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4. Two causes of divided species ranges. • A vicariant event is the appearance of a barrier that splits the range of a species.
Alternative Hypotheses in Biogeography: Introduction and Synopsis
range split is called a vicariant event. (Udvardy, 1969). (3) The allopatric popu- lations diverge and speciate.
Cryptic vicariance in the historical assembly of a Baja California
of testable vicariance events in peninsular biogeographic history. (22, 23).
Comparative phylogeography of livebearing fishes in the genera
the physical barrier responsible for a particular vicariant event is not conspicuous vicariant events caused by geological activity of the uplifted.
Use of dispersal–vicariance analysis in biogeography – a critique
speciation events – vicariance and dispersal (Futuyma, 1998). Speciation by . vicariance events would be inferred erroneously (Fig.

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The origin of G. quadruncus may reflect a vicariant event associated with Pliocene orogenesis in the Tamaulipas Arch and a frontal section of the Sierra Madre Oriental (Lleran Mesas).

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Definition of vicariance in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of vicariance. Pronunciation of vicariance.
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allopatric speciation [¦al·ō¦pa·trik ‚spē·sē′ā·shən].
Phylogeography - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
When a continuous population (or species) is divided by a new river or a new mountain range (i.e., a vicariance event), two populations (or species) are created.
Example: Galapagos finches had to have dispersed to the archipelago from the mainland and in so doing imposed a vicariance event on themselves.

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