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Dr. Jean-Michel Maes
Museo Entomologico de Leon
On behalf of Gonzalo Halffter and Juan J Morrone, I am pleased to draw your attention to a new paper by them concerning the conceptual history and the biogeographical significance of Halffter’s Mexican Transition Zone. Much of the supporting evidence for the discussion centers on scarabaeine dung beetles.
Halffter, G. and Juan J. Morrone. 2017. An analytical review of Halffter’s Mexican transition zone, and its relevance for evolutionary biogeography, ecology and biogeographical regionalization. Zootaxa 4226 (1): 001-046.
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