Darwin’s Butterflies? Spectacular Species Radiation in the Caribbean Studied With ‘DNA Barcoding’

ScienceDaily (Aug. 25, 2011) – In one of the first taxonomic revisions of Neotropical butterflies that utilizes ‘DNA barcoding’, Andrei Sourakov (University of Florida, Florida Museum of Natural History) and Evgeny Zakharov (University of Guelph, Canadian Centre for DNA Barcoding at the Biodiversity Institute of Ontario) uncovered a spectacular degree of evolutionary divergence within the satyrine butterfly genus Calisto

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Darwin’s Butterflies? Spectacular Species Radiation in the Caribbean Studied With ‘DNA Barcoding’

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