Volume 67, Issue 6, November 2018
Information Dropout Patterns in Restriction Site Associated DNA Phylogenomics and a Comparison with Multilocus Sanger Data in a Species-Rich Moth Genus
Testing the Role of the Red Queen and Court Jester as Drivers of the Macroevolution of Apollo Butterflies
Intraspecific Niche Models for Ponderosa Pine (Pinus ponderosa) Suggest Potential Variability in Population-Level Response to Climate Change
Generalized Bootstrap Supports for Phylogenetic Analyses of Protein Sequences Incorporating Alignment Uncertainty
Dating the Species Network: Allopolyploidy and Repetitive DNA Evolution in American Daisies (Melampodium sect. Melampodium, Asteraceae)
Phylogenomic Analysis of the Explosive Adaptive Radiation of the Espeletia Complex (Asteraceae) in the Tropical Andes
Points of View
The Increasing Disconnection of Primary Biodiversity Data from Specimens: How Does It Happen and How to Handle It?
Cover Illustration: High-elevation Andean grasslands in Páramo El Angel (Ecuador) dominated by large stands of Espeletia pycnophylla. Pouchon et al. (1041–1061) show that plants in this genus are one of the best examples of adaptive radiation on continents and that they also exhibit some of the world’s fastest rates of species diversification. Image courtesy of Serge Aubert (Station Alpine Joseph Fourier, France).
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