Edited By: D Otte and JA Endler
679 pages, 115 illus
Speciation is a subject of great interest because it represents both the formation of units of evolution and the connection between microevolution and macroevolution. The purpose of this book is to illustrate how different patterns of speciation and differentiation have occurred among diverse taxa.
"A lot of fascinating evolutionary patterns are summarized here, making the book essential for anyone interested in contemporary trends in evolutionary biology."
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