What Can Jellyfish Genes Teach Us About Animal Diversity?
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What Can Jellyfish Genes Teach Us About Animal Diversity? […]

Paul Barber

I am interested in phylogeography-putting the evolutionary tree of life (phylogeny) into a geographic context. I am decoding (from sequencing the DNA of genes) the history of the origination and dispersal of marine organisms, particularly among the complex archipelagoes of the Indopacific. [ read more]

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