2023
DOI: 10.1111/icad.12684
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Contrasting results of multiple species delimitation approaches cause uncertainty in synecological studies: A case study on Sri Lankan chafers

U. G. S. L. Ranasinghe,
J. Thormann,
S. P. Benjamin
et al.

Abstract: Biodiversity patterns are the sum of multiple overlapping species distributions. Their analysis therefore requires proper species inference. DNA‐based species delimitation has become increasingly popular for such assessments, but their robustness is often problematic due to incongruence between multiple delimitation approaches. Here, we explored how contrasting results of different species’ delimitations translate into conclusions of synecological studies, exemplified by assemblages of phytophagous scarab beet… Show more

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“… Hupało et al 2022 , Recuero and Caterino (2024b) ) or underestimating it (e.g. Ranasinghe et al (2023) , Schattanek-Wiesmair et al (2024) ), although studies on a diverse array of organisms has shown ASAP to be one of the most reliable single-locus species delimitation methods (e.g. Muster et al (2021) , Serrano and Ortiz (2023) , Solovyeva et al (2023) , Yin et al (2023) , Schattanek-Wiesmair et al (2024) ).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“… Hupało et al 2022 , Recuero and Caterino (2024b) ) or underestimating it (e.g. Ranasinghe et al (2023) , Schattanek-Wiesmair et al (2024) ), although studies on a diverse array of organisms has shown ASAP to be one of the most reliable single-locus species delimitation methods (e.g. Muster et al (2021) , Serrano and Ortiz (2023) , Solovyeva et al (2023) , Yin et al (2023) , Schattanek-Wiesmair et al (2024) ).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%