jrg13 at PSU.EDU
Tue Dec 26 14:45:30 CST 2000
Below are a couple of papers dealing with panbiogeography that have
recently come to my attention. John Grehan
Hajdu, E. (1998). Toward a panbiogeography of the seas: sponge phylogenies
tracks. In Sponge Sciences: multidisciplinary perspectives (eds.
Y. Watanabe, N.
Fusetani), pp. 95-108. Springer, Tokyo.
Modification of quantitative panbiogeographic methodology applied
marine demosponge species in 9 monophyletic clades. A quantitative
was performed for minimal distance links between classically
accepted areas of
endemism for marine benthic organisms. 85 distinct tracks were
33 comprising general tracks with two or more component tracks.
with multiple area relationships were identified as having a
composite biogeographic origin.
Zunino, M. (2000). El concepto de area de distribución: algunas reflexiones
teóricas. In Pribes 2000 vol. 1 (F. M. Piera, J. J. Morrone, and A. Melic
eds.), Sociedad Entomologica Aragonesa, pp. 69-78.
Cladograms mapped onto tracks.
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