26 Special Session - Towards an Understanding of Eco-evolutionary Processes in Freshwaters II

Tuesday, May 19, 2009: 10:15 AM-12:15 PM
Vandenberg B
Christopher T. Robinson and Jane Hughes
10:30 AM
Investigating the origins and stability of hybridization in an assemblage of Australian freshwater gudgeons
Daniel J. Schmidt, Griffith University; Nick R. Bond, Monash University; Jane M. Hughes, Griffith University
11:00 AM
Landscape evolution and monsoonal ecology as drivers of phylogeographic patterns in north Australian freshwater fish
Benjamin D. Cook, Australian Rivers Institute; Jane M. Hughes, Australian Rivers Institute
11:30 AM
AFLP study of 5 macroinvertebrate species: Does range-size affect genetic diversity and differentiation?
Kozo Watanabe, Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB); Michael T. Monaghan, Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB); Yasuhiro Takemon, Kyoto University; Tatsuo Omura, Tohoku University
11:45 AM
Concordance between genetic richness- and species richness-based complementarities in northern Chihuahuan Desert springs
Makiri Sei, Miami University; Brian K. Lang, New Mexico Department of Game and Fish; David J. Berg, Miami University
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