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Large scale biogeographic relationships in demosponge species assemblage in 3° by 3° grid cells from the Southern Ocean and neighbouring regions.

By Rachel V. Downey (314750), Huw J. Griffiths (219792), Katrin Linse (92032) and Dorte Janussen (314751)

Abstract

<p>Each grid cell contains 3 or more species of demosponge. (a) Geographic representation of the relationships shown in c. (b) A simplified representation of the biogeographic relationships found in a. (c) Cluster analysis of the percentage faunal similarity between grid cells. The colours represent each geographic region: Antarctica (blue), South America (red), South Africa (purple), sub-Antarctic (yellow), New Zealand temperate (orange), New Zealand tropical (green), Southern Australia (dark pink), Tasmania (light blue), and SE Australia (light pink).</p

Topics: Evolutionary Biology, Inorganic Chemistry, biogeographic, relationships, demosponge, assemblage, grid, cells, neighbouring
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0041672.g008
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/276121
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