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Vicariance, dispersal, and hybridization in a naturally fragmented system: the afro-alpine endemics Carex monostachya and C. runssoroensis (Cyperaceae)
(Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2016-01-08)
The naturally fragmented habitat on the tallest African mountains provides a good model system to study vicariance, dispersal, and hybridization. Many mountains are separated by lowland that likely was unsuitable for high-alpine plants even during cold climatic periods. <br> We explore the relative importance of these processes using two endemic sister species: the widespread Ethiopian/eastern East ...