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- González Marín, Andrea, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 2018 v.129 pp. 226-241
- Squamata; body size; dry environmental conditions; head; lizards; microhabitats; models; phenotype; reproduction
- ... During the speciation process sibling lineages accumulate differences in time (e.g. genetic, morphological, and/or ecological). Phenotypic traits such as size or shape, however, could experience rapid changes or show stasis depending on their role in survival and reproduction. The clade Phymaturus patagonicus includes 26 species characterized by a conservative morphology, and all inhabit rock crev ...
- González-Marín, Andrea, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Revista mexicana de biodiversidad 2016 v.87 no.2 pp. 399-408
- Squamata; information sources; morphometry
- ... The species concept of De Queiroz (1998) provides a context to infer different lineages based on different integrated sources of information. Most species of the genus Phymaturus were described based on a few morphological characters and the validity of some have been questioned. Recent research revalidated some old species, while others suggest synonyms for some recently described. In this paper, ...