This paper is an additional contribution to the Special Issue that arose from the symposium Evolutionary islands: 150 years after Darwin (http://science.naturalis.nl/darwin2009), held from 11 to 13 February 2009 at the Museum Naturalis, Leiden, The Netherlands. The theme of the symposium was to explore the contribution of islands to our understanding of evolutionary biology and to analyse the role of island biological processes in a world in which the insularity of island and mainland ecosystems is being drastically altered.
Historical biogeography of the coffee family (Rubiaceae, Gentianales) in Madagascar: case studies from the tribes Knoxieae, Naucleeae, Paederieae and Vanguerieae
Article first published online: 11 FEB 2010
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Journal of Biogeography
Volume 37, Issue 6, pages 1094–1113, June 2010
How to Cite
Wikström, N., Avino, M., Razafimandimbison, S. G. and Bremer, B. (2010), Historical biogeography of the coffee family (Rubiaceae, Gentianales) in Madagascar: case studies from the tribes Knoxieae, Naucleeae, Paederieae and Vanguerieae. Journal of Biogeography, 37: 1094–1113. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2699.2009.02258.x
- Issue published online: 13 MAY 2010
- Article first published online: 11 FEB 2010
Appendix S1 List of investigated taxa and GenBank accession numbers for sequences used in the analyses.
Appendix S2 Bayesian posterior probabilities and reconstructed ancestral areas for all nodes.
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