Phylogenetic diversity, types of endemism and the evolutionary history of New World bats = Diversidad filogenética, tipos de endemismo y la historia evolutiva de los murciélagos del Nuevo Mundo

New World bats represent over one third of global bat species and encompass the widest adaptive radiation among bats. Modern bat diversity in the Americas resulted from a mixture of migrations and colonisations of different taxa throughout the Cenozoic. Traditionally, these taxa are conceived as eit...

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Autor Principal: López Aguirre, Camilo; Hand, Suzanne J.; Laffan, Shawn W.; Archer, Michael
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Publicado: Ecography, 41 2018
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spelling ir-p17054coll23-9822020-09-28 Phylogenetic diversity, types of endemism and the evolutionary history of New World bats = Diversidad filogenética, tipos de endemismo y la historia evolutiva de los murciélagos del Nuevo Mundo López Aguirre, Camilo; Hand, Suzanne J.; Laffan, Shawn W.; Archer, Michael New World bats represent over one third of global bat species and encompass the widest adaptive radiation among bats. Modern bat diversity in the Americas resulted from a mixture of migrations and colonisations of different taxa throughout the Cenozoic. Traditionally, these taxa are conceived as either South or North American, based on the location of their centres of diversification. To better understand the spatial and temporal processes behind modern biogeographic patterns of New World bat fauna, we investigated phylogenetic diversity (PD) and endemism (PE) for 325 American bat species using distribution maps and a species-level phylogenetic supertree of bats. Randomisation tests were used to evaluate the statistical significance of our results, and to derive a categorical analysis of neo- and palaeo-endemism (CANAPE) to decon- struct significant endemism into its different components. PD and PE showed differ- ent patterns than those previously reported for New World bats based on traditional measures of diversity. We found multiple centres of significant endemism across the New World for most bat families, extending the hypothesis of dual centres of diversi- fication, previously proposed for Emballonuridae, Phyllostomidae and Mormoopidae, to Molossidae and Vespertilionidae. Our results indicate that Central America and southern North America played important roles in the diversification of New World bats, as did the Andes in the diversification of Vespertilionidae in South America. Chiroptera; CANAPE; Phylogenetic endemism Ciencias naturales y matemáticas; Ciencias naturales y matemáticas / Animales; Ciencias naturales y matemáticas / Animales / Aves; Ciencias naturales y matemáticas / Ciencias de la vida Biología; 2018 Ecography, 41 PDF; Artículo; ENG - Inglés; América Central; América del Norte; América del Sur; Colfuturo; © Derechos reservados del autor http://babel.banrepcultural.org/cdm/ref/collection/p17054coll23/id/982
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topic Chiroptera; CANAPE; Phylogenetic endemism
Ciencias naturales y matemáticas; Ciencias naturales y matemáticas / Animales; Ciencias naturales y matemáticas / Animales / Aves; Ciencias naturales y matemáticas / Ciencias de la vida Biología;
spellingShingle Chiroptera; CANAPE; Phylogenetic endemism
Ciencias naturales y matemáticas; Ciencias naturales y matemáticas / Animales; Ciencias naturales y matemáticas / Animales / Aves; Ciencias naturales y matemáticas / Ciencias de la vida Biología;
López Aguirre, Camilo; Hand, Suzanne J.; Laffan, Shawn W.; Archer, Michael
Phylogenetic diversity, types of endemism and the evolutionary history of New World bats = Diversidad filogenética, tipos de endemismo y la historia evolutiva de los murciélagos del Nuevo Mundo
description New World bats represent over one third of global bat species and encompass the widest adaptive radiation among bats. Modern bat diversity in the Americas resulted from a mixture of migrations and colonisations of different taxa throughout the Cenozoic. Traditionally, these taxa are conceived as either South or North American, based on the location of their centres of diversification. To better understand the spatial and temporal processes behind modern biogeographic patterns of New World bat fauna, we investigated phylogenetic diversity (PD) and endemism (PE) for 325 American bat species using distribution maps and a species-level phylogenetic supertree of bats. Randomisation tests were used to evaluate the statistical significance of our results, and to derive a categorical analysis of neo- and palaeo-endemism (CANAPE) to decon- struct significant endemism into its different components. PD and PE showed differ- ent patterns than those previously reported for New World bats based on traditional measures of diversity. We found multiple centres of significant endemism across the New World for most bat families, extending the hypothesis of dual centres of diversi- fication, previously proposed for Emballonuridae, Phyllostomidae and Mormoopidae, to Molossidae and Vespertilionidae. Our results indicate that Central America and southern North America played important roles in the diversification of New World bats, as did the Andes in the diversification of Vespertilionidae in South America.
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author López Aguirre, Camilo; Hand, Suzanne J.; Laffan, Shawn W.; Archer, Michael
author_facet López Aguirre, Camilo; Hand, Suzanne J.; Laffan, Shawn W.; Archer, Michael
author_sort López Aguirre, Camilo; Hand, Suzanne J.; Laffan, Shawn W.; Archer, Michael
title Phylogenetic diversity, types of endemism and the evolutionary history of New World bats = Diversidad filogenética, tipos de endemismo y la historia evolutiva de los murciélagos del Nuevo Mundo
title_short Phylogenetic diversity, types of endemism and the evolutionary history of New World bats = Diversidad filogenética, tipos de endemismo y la historia evolutiva de los murciélagos del Nuevo Mundo
title_full Phylogenetic diversity, types of endemism and the evolutionary history of New World bats = Diversidad filogenética, tipos de endemismo y la historia evolutiva de los murciélagos del Nuevo Mundo
title_fullStr Phylogenetic diversity, types of endemism and the evolutionary history of New World bats = Diversidad filogenética, tipos de endemismo y la historia evolutiva de los murciélagos del Nuevo Mundo
title_full_unstemmed Phylogenetic diversity, types of endemism and the evolutionary history of New World bats = Diversidad filogenética, tipos de endemismo y la historia evolutiva de los murciélagos del Nuevo Mundo
title_sort phylogenetic diversity, types of endemism and the evolutionary history of new world bats = diversidad filogenética, tipos de endemismo y la historia evolutiva de los murciélagos del nuevo mundo
publisher Ecography, 41
publishDate 2018
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