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Origin of the species: where did Darwin's finches come from? - The Guardian


The Guardian
Biogeography and evolution of the Galápagos: Integration of the biological and geological evidence. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. Sato, A, et al., 2001. On the origin of Darwin's finches. Molecular Biology and Evolution. Steadman, DW, 1982.

Nearctica - Biogeography

Englewood - United States

Introduction to Biogeography with extensive links.

Related
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General information about classes of mollusks with extensive links.

Nomina Insecta Nearctica
United States

Checklist of the approximately 90,000 species of insects of North America north of Mexico, subdivided by Order and Family.

Lovebug: Plecia nearctica
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Photographs and information on these flies, their distribution, description, behavior and economic importance.

Biogeography
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Lectures notes on Biogeography by David A. Fitch of New York University.

The Brushfoots and their Biogeography
Sweden

Ullasa Kodandaramaiah outlines his research into butterflies of the family Nymphalidae at Stockholm University.

Do microorganisms have biogeography?
United States

Blog post explaining a theory that microorganisms, including many tardigrades, disperse around the world.

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The importance of islands in revealing evolutionary processes has been recognized since Darwins work on the Galapagos (Darwin, 1909) and Wallaces work in the Malay Archipelago (Wallace, 1876). Since, island biogeography has provided many elegant examples of the evolutionary mechanisms involved in generating biodiversity, including geological processes and colonization and isolation (Emerson, 2008; Gillespie et al., 2008a; Parent et al., 2008). Ar

UCSB Biogeography Lab
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Established to conduct basic and applied research on the ecology, distribution and conservation status of species and ecosystems with the aid of geographic information systems and remote sensing.

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Project by David Munro on Dannaus plexippus, including its description, habitat, evolution and distribution.

Biogeography of the Vampire Bat
United States

Information on Desmondus rotundus, its distribution, natural history, evolution and the folklore that surrounds it.