[Taxacom] Taxacom Digest, Vol 24, Issue 14

Richard Olmstead olmstead at u.washington.edu
Mon Mar 17 13:09:53 CDT 2008

This might be the reference:
Davis et al. 2008. The California hotspots projects: identifying 
regions of rapid diversification of mammals.  Mol. Ecol. 17: 120-138.

Dick Olmstead

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>Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2008 15:06:08 +0100
>From: "Haveman, Rense" <Rense.Haveman at wur.nl>
>Subject: [Taxacom] Help on a literature reference
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>Dear Taxacomers,
>Some time ago I've read a paper in which it was stated that - forgive me
>the unaccurateness of my phrase - conservation of biodiversity should
>target the conservation of regions with a high overall speciation rate,
>instead of regions with a high species diversity. Somehow I managed to
>remember the message, but stupidly I forgot where I've read it. So,
>please, can anyone bring some light in my darkness?
>Thanks in advance,
>Rense Haveman
>Alterra - Centre for Ecosystem Studies
>Wageningen University and Research Centre - The Netherlands


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