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Title

Biogeography of the White-Bellied Carpet Viper Echis leucogaster Roman, 1972 in Morocco, a study combining mitochondrial DNA data and ecological niche modeling

AuthorsEscoriza, Daniel; Metallinou, Margarita ; Donaire, David; Amat, Fèlix; Carranza, Salvador
KeywordsBiogeographic patterns
Saharan discontinuity
Subtropical snakes
Discontinuitat sahariana
Patrons biogeogràfics
Serps subtropicals
Issue Date2009
PublisherSocietat Catalana d'Ictiologia i Herpetologia
CitationButlletí de la Societat Catalana d’Herpetologia 18: 55-68 (2009)
Abstract[EN]: In northwest Africa some species from Sahelian origin appear with relict populations and apparently isolated by the extreme aridity of the Sahara desert. However very tolerant to aridity species could maintain continuous populations as might be the case for Echis leucogaster as indicated by results from genetic analysis and bioclimatic models.
[CA]: Al nord-oest d'àfrica apareixen un grup d'espècies d'origen sahelià en poblacions relictes i aparentment aïllades pel desert del Sàhara. No obstant això espècies molt tolerants a l‟aridesa podrien mantenir poblacions contínues, com podria ser el cas de Echis leucogaster segons indiquen els resultats de l'anàlisi genètica i els models bioclimàtics.
Description14 páginas, 4 figuras, 3 tablas.
Publisher version (URL)http://soccatherp.org/publicacions/butlleti-2/
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/43670
ISSN0212-6648
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