8th to 12th January, 2015 - Bayreuth, Germany

CT7 Phylogeography

Chair: Anna Papadopoulou

Sunday, 13:00-14:30, H 25, RW I

13:00CT7.1: Henrik Krehenwinkel et al.: The poleward range expansion of European populations of the wasp spider Argiope bruennichi is associated with a recent genome-wide admixture of Eastern and Western Palearctic glacial lineages
13:15CT7.2: Orly Razgour et al.: Insights from the past into biodiversity responses to future climate change using bats as a model
13:30CT7.3: Rafe Brown: UCE-primed sequence capture and the resolution of shallow divergences in cryptic species complexes: empirical applications in gecko and monitor lizard radiations in a Southeast Asian island archipelago
13:45CT7.4: Cecilia Banag et al.: Molecular phylogeny and biogeography of Philippine Ixora L. (Rubiaceae)
14:00CT7.5: Alexander Florez-Rodriguez et al.: A step backwards to move forward: Footprints of climate change on genetic populations dynamics
14:15CT7.6: Hanna Tuomisto et al.: Diversification of neotropical ferns: some do it in Amazonia, others outside
14:30Change of Rooms

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P7.2⚡ Ana Catarina A. Silva, Jason Bragg, Sally Potter, Dan Rosauer, Carlos Fernandes, Maria Manuela Coelho, Craig Moritz

Phylogeography of two closely related skink species with different climatic niche breadth in Australia

P7.3⚡ Laura Bertola, Klaas Vrieling, Hans de Iongh

Phylogeographic patterns in Africa and high resolution delineation of genetic clades in the African lion

P7.4 Gabriela Bittencourt-Silva, David Blackburn, Michele Menegon, Peter Nagel, Simon Loader

Combining phylogeny and niche models to unravel the biogeographic history of the shovel-footed squeaker

P7.5⚡ Guillaume Chomicki, Susanne Renner

Biogeographic patterns underlying the increasing specialization or loss of symbiotic association between ant and plants

P7.6⚡ David Garcia Vazquez, Ignacio Ribera Galan

The Mediterranean peninsulas and central Asia were both post-glacial colonization sources for the widespread European species of water beetles 

P7.7 Paolo Gratton, Gaelle Bocksberger, Hjalmar Kuehl

A phylogeographic synthesis for Sub-Saharan Africa

P7.9 David Harter, Anke Jentsch, Walter Durka

Holocene re-colonisation, central-marginal-distribution and habitat specialisation shape population genetic patterns within an Atlantic European grass species

P7.10 Emma Howard-Williams, Xiao-Dong Dang, Colin Kelleher, Pablo Vargas, Kevin Walker, Conor Meade

The British-Irish Ice Sheet at the end of the LGM: Tabula rasa? Perhaps not

P7.11⚡ Anna K. Hundsdoerfer, Martin Päckert, Christian Kehlmaier, Ian J. Kitching

Museum archives revisited: Biogeographic discoveries in brain-teasing high elevation Hyles (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae)

P7.12⚡ Carolin Kindler, Wolfgang Böhme, Claudia Corti, Václav Gvoždík, Daniel Jablonski, David Jandzik, Margarita Metallinou, Pavel Široký, Uwe Fritz

Implications of phylogeography and population genetics for the taxonomy of grass snakes (Natrix natrix)

P7.13 Matthias Kropf, Katharina Bardy, Kristina Plenk

Performance of steppe plants in Central Europe – a comparative analysis of four steppe species based on fruit set and germination data

P7.14 Sen Li, Carina Schlebusch, Mattias Jakobsson

Genetic variation reveals large-scale population expansion and migration during the expansion of Bantu-speaking peoples

P7.15⚡ Sigrid Liede-Schumann, Riwana Khanum, Abdul Samed Mumtaz, Iulian Ghergel, Amirhossein Pahlevani

Going West – a subtropical lineage (Vincetoxicum, Apocynaceae: Asclepiadoideae) expanding into Europe

P7.16⚡ Katharine Marske, Mirnesa Rizvanovic

Climate change, phylogeography and the future of genetic diversity

P7.17⚡ Thomas Mutton, Andrew Baker, Susan Fuller

 Phylogeography and evolution of the Australian marsupial genus Antechinus

P7.18 Sarah Noben, Anna Weigand, Michael Krug, Michael Kessler, Dietmar Quandt, Marcus Lehnert

Biogeographic and phylogenetic analysis of the tree fern family Dicksoniaceae (Cyatheales)

P7.19⚡ Kristina Plenk, Katharina Bardy, Maria Höhn, Mike Thiv, Matthias Kropf

Genetic variation of steppe plants in Central Europe – a comparative analysis of four steppe species based on AFLPs and cpDNA sequence data

P7.20 Nikolaos Psonis, Aglaia Antoniou, Oleg V. Kukushkin, Boyan Petrov, Jelca Crnobrnja - Isailović, Iulian Gherghel, Daniel Jablonski, Petros Lymberakis, Nikos Poulakakis

Investigating the phylogeography and population structure of Podarcis tauricus group

P7.21⚡ V.V. Robin, C.K Vishnudas, Pooja Gupta, Uma Ramakrishnan

Deep and wide valleys drive nested phylogeographic impacts across an entire montane bird community

P7.22 Amy Runck, Marjorie Matocq, Joseph Cook

Repeatability of patterns of hybridization after post-glacial contact of Myodes rutilus and M. gapperi

P7.23 Lauren M. Schiebelhut, Michael N Dawson

Correlates of gene flow in terrestrial and marine environments

P7.24 Gerald M. Schneeweiss, Peter Schönswetter

The role of ecogeographic isolation in the diversification of alpine Androsace (Primulaceae)

P7.25⚡ Peter Schönswetter, Bozo Frajman

Spatiotemporal diversification of Balkan biota

P7.26 M.J. Serra Varela, D. Grivet, L. Vincenot, O. Broennimann, J. Gonzalo-Jiménez, N.E. Zimmerman

Connecting environmental, genetic and geographical distances: A case study of maritime pine

P7.28 Karin Tamar, Salvador Carranza, Roberto Sindaco, Jiří Moravec, Jean-François Trape, Shai Meiri

Biogeography of the genus Acanthodactylus Fitzinger, 1834

P7.29⚡ Melita Vamberger, Heiko Stuckas, Francesco Sacco, Stefania D'Angelo, Marco Arculeo, Marc Cheylan, Claudia Corti, Federico Marrone, Michael Wink, Uwe Fritz

Differences in gene flow in a twofold secondary contact zone of pond turtles in southern Italy (Testudines: Emydidae: Emys orbicularis galloitalica, E. o. hellenica, E. trinacris)

P7.30 Michael Veith, Sarah Kieren, Bayram Göçmen, Konstantinos Sotiropoulos, Stefan Lötters

How to survive past climate changes - lessons from Lyciasalamandra

P7.31⚡ Christophe Vieira, Olga Camacho, Zhongmin Sun, Suzanne Fredericq, Claude Payri, Olivier De Clerck

Phylogeography and speciation of the brown algal genus Lobophora (Dictyotales, Phaeophyceae)

P7.32 Beatriz Vigalondo, Isabel Draper, Ricardo Garilleti, Vicente Mazimpaka, Jairo Patiño, James Shevock, Ana Losada-Lima, Juana María González-Mancebo, Francisco Lara

Orthotrichum shevockii, another moss species displaying the rare biogeographic disjunction California-Macaronesia?

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