CONDAMINE Fabien

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  • UMR 5554 Institut des Sciences de l'Evolution (Université de Montpellier), CNRS, Montpellier, France
  • Macroevolution, Paleontology, Phylogenetics / Phylogenomics, Phylogeography & Biogeography, Systematics / Taxonomy
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2019-12-09
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Systematics and geographical distribution of Galba species, a group of cryptic and worldwide freshwater snails
Pilar Alda, Manon Lounnas, Antonio Alejandro Vázquez, Rolando Ayaqui, Manuel Calvopina, Maritza Celi-Erazo, Robert Dillon, Luisa Carolina González Ramírez, Eric S. Loker, Jenny Muzzio-Aroca, Alberto Orlando Nárvaez, Oscar Noya, Andrés Esteban Pereira, Luiggi Martini Robles, Richar Rodríguez-Hidalgo, Nelson Uribe, Patrice David, Philippe Jarne, Jean-Pierre Pointier, Sylvie Hurtrez-Boussès
10.1101/647867

Recommended by Fabien Condamine based on reviews by Christelle Fraïsse, Pavel Matos and Niklas Wahlberg
The challenge of delineating species when they are hidden

The science of naming species (taxonomy) has been renewed with the developments of molecular sequencing, digitization of museum specimens, and novel analytical tools. However, naming species can be highly subjective, sometimes considered as an art [1], because it is based on human-based criteria that vary among taxonomists. Nonetheless, taxonomists often argue that species names are hypotheses, which are therefore testable and refutable as new evidence is provided. This challenge comes with a mo...

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2018-06-05
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Pleistocene climate change and the formation of regional species pools
Joaquín Calatayud, Miguel Á. Rodríguez, Rafael Molina-Venegas, María Leo, José Luís Hórreo, Joaquín Hortal
10.1101/149617

Recommended by Fabien Condamine based on reviews by 3 anonymous reviewers
Recent assembly of European biogeographic species pool

Biodiversity is unevenly distributed over time, space and the tree of life [1]. The fact that regions are richer than others as exemplified by the latitudinal diversity gradient has fascinated biologists as early as the first explorers travelled around the world [2]. Provincialism was one of the first general features of land biotic distributions noted by famous nineteenth century biologists like the phytogeographers J.D. Hooker and A. de Candolle, and the zoogeographers P.L. Sclater and A.R. Wa...

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