Biotic Element Analysis in Biogeography
Biotic element analysis is an alternative to the areas-of-endemism approach for recognizing the presence or absence of vicariance events in a given region. If an ancestral biota was fragmented by vicariance events, biotic elements or clusters of distribution areas should emerge. We propose a statist...
|Published in:||Systematic Biology, Vol. 52, No. 5 (2003), p. 717-723|
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