Sebastián Cabanne at Evolution

Sebastián Cabanne gave a talk today at the Evolution meetings in Portland on the historical phylogeography of the atlantic forest and andean forest biomes. He used data generated in part in our lab during two visits (2014 and 2016) to study patterns of isolation and connectivity in two co-distributed passerines. Both species suggest historical connectivity between these biomes through the brazilian cerrado.

This image has nothing to do with Sebastián’s talk except that it is the kind of thing you get when you ask Leo to send photos from a conference held anywhere near a trout stream…

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