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L’anchois, le bossu et la spéciation centrifuge : Quand le désintérêt suscité par un sujet scientifique aboutit à valider une hypothèse majeure

Abstract : Engaged in a study of the genetic diversity of the Monotaxinae ("large-eye seabreams") subfamily throughout the tropical Indo-West Pacific ensemble, W.-J. Chen and P. Borsa confirmed the validity of eight species new to science. They were able to establish the phylogeny of the group and thus test hypotheses on the biogeography of reef species in the tropical Indo-West Pacific ensemble. Most of the species in this group originated from the Coral Triangle. This result is a major argument in favor of the of centrifugal speciation hypothesis.
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Submitted on : Saturday, December 11, 2021 - 6:35:07 PM
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Olivier Blot, Philippe Borsa. L’anchois, le bossu et la spéciation centrifuge : Quand le désintérêt suscité par un sujet scientifique aboutit à valider une hypothèse majeure. 2020. ⟨ird-03475939⟩

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