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

CT4 Historical and Paleo-Biogeography

Chair: Corinne Myers

Saturday, 13:00-15:00, H 22, RW II

13:00CT4.1: Hans Peter Linder et al.: Cenozoic palaeofloristic regionalization – dispersal barriers rather than global climates as drivers of global regionalization
13:15CT4.2: S P Vijayakumar et al.: Born in the mountains: dominance of geological processes in the diversification of bush frogs in the Western Ghats Escarpment
13:30CT4.3: Nicholas Matzke: Bayesian stochastic mapping for estimating biogeographic history on phylogenies
13:45CT4.4: Jason Pither: Historical-biogeographical and evolutionary hypotheses for diversity-environment correlations among microbes
14:00CT4.5: Jens-Christian Svenning et al.: Late Cenozoic climate change and the phylogenetic structure of conifer assemblages worldwide
14:15CT4.6: Judith Masters et al.: The red island and the seven dwarfs: body size reduction in Cheirogaleidae
14:30CT4.7: Susanne Renner et al.: No longer relying just on oldest fossils forced to specific nodes: The fossilized birth-death process illustrated in the worldwide fern family Osmundaceae
14:45CT4.8: Thomas A. Neubauer et al.: Establishing a paleobiogeographic framework for European Neogene freshwater systems
15:00Coffee Break (Foyer RW I)

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P4.1 Ellie Armstrong, Andrew Rominger, Rosemary Gillespie

Rarity, niche differentiation and species formation in Hawaiian Philodromid spiders

P4.2 Dennise Stefan Bauer, Kristina Vanessa Klaus, Christian Schulz, Thomas Stützel

Dated phylogeny and biogeography of the genus Selaginella

P4.3⚡ Jovani B. de Souza Pereira, Christian Schulz, Paulo H. Labiak, Thomas Stützel

The lycophyte genus Isoetes from South America: Evidence to Understanding its Evolution

P4.4⚡ Michael Borregaard, Carsten Rahbek, Jon Fjeldså, Juan Parra, Robert Whittaker, Catherine Graham

Node-based analysis of species distributions

P4.5⚡ Plauto Carvalho

Miocene divergent species lineages contributed to high levels of species diversity in the Atlantic Forest and Cerrado biomes of South America.

P4.6⚡ Julien Clavel

Impact of the Mio-Pliocene Messinian salinity crisis on large mammals

P4.7 J. Ebersbach, A. Favre, N. Tkach, M. H. Hoffmann, A. N. Muellner-Riehl

Saxifraga L. on a cold tin roof: Diversification and biogeography on the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau and beyond

P4.8⚡ Georg Fischer, Lacey Knowles, Jen-Pan Huang, Evan Economo

Colonization and radiation of the hyperdiverse ant genus Pheidole in Madagascar

P4.9⚡ Susanne Fritz, Jussi Eronen, Jan Schnitzler, Christian Hof, Christine Janis, Andreas Mulch, Katrin Böhning-Gaese, Catherine Graham

Fossil mammalian diversity has tracked primary productivity over 20 million years

P4.10 Carola Gómez-Rodriguez, Adrián Castro-Insua, Andrés Baselga, John J. Wiens

Niche divergence drives diversification in vertebrate clades

P4.11⚡ Jahnavi Joshi, Praveen Karanth

Cretaceous–Tertiary diversification among select Scolopendrid centipedes of South India

P4.12⚡ Michelle Lawing, David Polly, Diana Hews, Emília Martins

Including fossils in phylogenetic climate reconstructions: A deep time perspective on the climatic niche evolution and diversification of Spiny Lizards (Sceloporus)

P4.13 Ingo Michalak, Robert Kellner, Adrien Favre, Alexandra N. Muellner-Riehl

Challenging disjunctions across the globe: the biogeographic history of Nartheciaceae

P4.14⚡ Rasmus Østergaard Pedersen, Søren Faurby, Jens-Christian Svenning

Improved phylogeny integrated estimates of abundance and their potential uses in macroecology

P4.15⚡ Danny Rojas, Omar Warsi, Liliana Davalos

The elusive case for neotropical refugia

P4.16⚡ Patrick Strutzenberger, Sun Yue-Hua, Martens Jochen, Tietze Dieter-Thomas, Päckert Martin

Colonization and diversification patterns of passerine birds at the margins and in the centre of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau

P4.17⚡ Mike Thiv, Paulina Kondraskov, Christina Schüßler, Nicole Schütz

Islands as refugia? - Are Macaronesian laurel forests 'Tertiary' relicts?

P4.18⚡ Dieter Thomas Tietze, Ulf S. Johansson

Does evolution of habitat niche in tits (Aves: Paridae) follow distributional range shifts?

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