1. Evolutionary Biology
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Speciation: How predictable is genome evolution?

  1. Matthew J Coathup
  2. Owen G Osborne
  3. Vincent Savolainen  Is a corresponding author
  1. Imperial College London, United Kingdom
  2. Bangor University, United Kingdom
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Cite this article as: eLife 2019;8:e50784 doi: 10.7554/eLife.50784
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Geographical distribution of closely related plant species.

Map showing floristic disjunctions – geographically separated regions than contain closely related plant species: 1) the Eastern Asian–Eastern North American floristic disjunction (blue; Dong et al., 2019); 2) the American Amphitropical floristic disjunction (pink; Raven, 1963); 3) the Madrean–Tethyan floristic disjunction (black; Wen and Ickert-Bond, 2009); 4) the Australia–South America floristic disjunction (green; van den Ende et al., 2017); 5) the Northern–Southern Africa floristic disjunction (yellow; Jürgens, 1997); 6) the disjunction between Linospadix minor in North-East Queensland and L. albertisianus in New Guinea (brown; Osborne et al., 2019).

Image credit: Matthew Coathup.

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