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A Phylogenetic Hypothesis for Passerine Birds: Taxonomic and Biogeographic Implications of an Analysis of Nuclear DNA Sequence Data

Passerine birds comprise over half of avian diversity, but have proved difficult to classify. Despite a long history of work on this group, no comprehensive hypothesis of passerine family-level relationships was available until recent analyses of DNA-DNA hybridization data. Unfortunately, given... Full description

1st Person: Barker, F. Keith
Additional Persons: Barrowclough, George F. verfasserin; Groth, Jeff G. verfasserin
Source: in Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Vol. 269, No. 1488 (2002), p. 295-308
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2002
Keywords: research-article
Passeriformes
'Tapestry'
DNA-DNA hybridization
Gondwana
Wallace's line
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