New study contradicts assumption that true frogs diversified as they expanded their range around globe

Evolutionary biologists long have supposed that when species colonize new geographic regions they often develop new traits and adaptations to deal with their fresh surroundings. They branch from their ancestors and multiply in numbers of species.

New study contradicts assumption that true frogs diversified as they expanded their range around globe

Evolutionary biologists long have supposed that when species colonize new geographic regions they often develop new traits and adaptations to deal with their fresh surroundings. They branch ...

Wed 13 Sep 17 from Phys.org

Evolution of 'true frogs' defies long-held expectations of science

New research shows, in contrast to expectations, 'the rapid global range expansion of true frogs was not associated with increased net-diversification.'

Wed 13 Sep 17 from ScienceDaily

The evolution of 'true frogs' defies long-held expectations of science

New research from the University of Kansas appearing in Royal Society Biology Letters shows, in contrast to expectations, 'the rapid global range expansion of true frogs was not associated with ...

Wed 13 Sep 17 from Eurekalert

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