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- Silvestro, Daniele, et al. Show all 11 Authors
- Systematic biology 2019 v.68 no.1 pp. 78-92
- Cebidae; Eocene epoch; Miocene epoch; altitude; ancestry; ecosystems; extinction; fossils; geographical distribution; global cooling; humid zones; monkeys; phylogeny; species diversity; tropics; Andes region; Argentina
- ... New World Monkeys (NWM) (platyrrhines) are one of the most diverse groups of primates, occupying today a wide range of ecosystems in the American tropics and exhibiting large variations in ecology, morphology, and behavior. Although the relationships among the almost 200 living species are relatively well understood, we lack robust estimates of the timing of origin, ancestral morphology, and geogr ...
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- Silvestro, Daniele, et al. Show all 15 Authors
- Journal of evolutionary biology 2019 v.32 no.8 pp. 769-782
- Cichlidae; adaptive radiation; case studies; models
- ... Species interactions lie at the heart of many theories of macroevolution, from adaptive radiation to the Red Queen. Although some theories describe the imprint that interactions will have over long timescales, we are still missing a comprehensive understanding of the effects of interactions on macroevolution. Current research shows strong evidence for the impact of interactions on macroevolutionar ...