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Using numerous contact zones to delimit species and calibrate a reference-based taxonomy in a challenging lizard group (Heteronotia).

Stephen M. Zozaya (Australian National University); Scott A. Macor (James Cook University); Conrad J. Hoskin (James Cook University); Megan Higgie (James Cook University); Craig Moritz (Australian National University). What happens where divergent populations come into secondary contact? Is there evidence of reproductive isolation and restricted gene flow, or do they gradually intergrade into each other? Assessing …

Using numerous contact zones to delimit species and calibrate a reference-based taxonomy in a challenging lizard group (Heteronotia). Read More »

Rise up, Rhizoctonia: moving to one fungus, one name in the Cejpomycetaceae (Agaricomycetes; Cantharellales).

Ryan P. O’Donnell (Australian National University); Tom W. May (Royal Botanic Gardens, Victoria); Celeste C. Linde (Australian National University). Cejpomycetaceae is a family of cryptic basidiomycetous fungi, most notable for the plant pathogens known under generic names such as Rhizoctonia, Ceratobasidium, Thanatephorus and Ceratorhiza. While responsible for billions of dollars in crop losses annually, members of these …

Rise up, Rhizoctonia: moving to one fungus, one name in the Cejpomycetaceae (Agaricomycetes; Cantharellales). Read More »

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