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Comparative phylogeography of a coevolved community: concerted population expansions in Joshua trees and four yucca moths

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Smith, CI, S Tank, W Godsoe, J Levenick, E Strand, T Esque, O Pellmyr (2011) Comparative Phylogeography of a Coevolved Community: Concerted Population Expansions in Joshua Trees and Four Yucca Moths. PLoS ONE 6(10): e25628. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0025628

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Comparative phylogeographic studies have had mixed success in identifying common phylogeographic patterns among co-distributed organisms. Whereas some have found broadly similar patterns across a diverse array of taxa, others have found that the histories of different species are more idiosyncratic than congruent. The variation in the results of comparative phylogeographic studies could indicate that the extent to which sympatrically-distributed organisms share common biogeographic histories varies depending on the strength and specificity of ecological interactions between them. To test this hypothesis, we examined demographic and phylogeographic patterns in a highly specialized, coevolved community – Joshua trees (Yucca brevifolia) [...]

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