2022
DOI: 10.1111/jbi.14316
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Abstract: Aim Historical biogeography and community ecology both seek to uncover the patterns and processes governing the structure and composition of communities, though typically at different temporal and spatial scales. Recent work has called to integrate these two fields; however, it is typically assumed that history plays little role in assembling contemporary, local communities. We incorporated phylogeographic data into traditional metacommunity analyses of freshwater fish communities to analyse if history can sha… Show more

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