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  • Gizaw, Abel; Brochmann, Christian; Nemomissa, Sileshi; Wondimu, Tigist; Masao, Catherine; Tusiime, Felly Mugizi; Abdi, Ahmed Abdikhadir; Oxelman, Bengt; Popp, Magnus; Dimitrov, Dimitar (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / SubmittedVersion, 2016)
    The flora on the isolated high African mountains or ‘sky islands’ is remarkable for its peculiar adaptations, local endemism and striking biogeographical connections to remote parts of the world. Ages of the plant lineages ...
  • Struck, Torsten H; Feder, Jeffrey L.; Bendiksby, Mika; Birkeland, Siri; Cerca, Jose; Gusarov, Vladimir; Kistenich, Sonja; Larsson, Karl-Henrik; Liow, Lee Hsiang; Nowak, Michael; Stedje, Brita; Bachmann, Lutz; Dimitrov, Dimitar (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / SubmittedVersion, 2018)
    Cryptic species could represent a substantial fraction of biodiversity. However, inconsistent definitions and taxonomic treatment of cryptic species prevent informed estimates of their contribution to biodiversity and ...
  • Shrestha, Nawal; Wang, Zhiheng; Su, Xiangyan; Xu, Xiaoting; Lyu, Lisha; Liu, Yunpeng; Dimitrov, Dimitar; Kennedy, Jonathan D.; Wang, Qinggang; Tang, Zhiyao; Feng, Xiaojuan (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    Aim: Understanding the evolution of the latitudinal diversity gradient (i.e. increase in species diversity towards the tropics) is a prominent issue in ecology and biogeography. Disentangling the relative contributions of ...
  • Eberle, Jonas; Dimitrov, Dimitar; Valdez-Mondragón, Alejandro; Huber, Bernhard A (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    Background Microhabitat changes are thought to be among the main drivers of diversification. However, this conclusion is mostly based on studies on vertebrates. Here, we investigate the influence of ...
  • Huber, Bernhard A.; Eberle, Jonas; Dimitrov, Dimitar (Journal article / Tidsskriftartikkel / PublishedVersion; Peer reviewed, 2018)
    With almost 600 species, the latest molecular phylogeny of pholcid spiders (Eberle et al. 2018, BMC Evolutionary Biology) more than triples the largest previously available molecular phylogeny of the family. At the level ...