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Monday, July 29th

Monday, July 29th, 8:00 am to 11:45 am · Tucson E/Starr Pass
Session BIOG1: Contributed Papers: Biogeography I
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BIOG1001July 29th 8:00 amTucson E/Starr PassPhylogeny, Historical Biogeography, and Divergence Time Estimates of Eucnide (Loasaceae)
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Oral PaperBrindley, Josh; Roalson, Eric; Hufford, Larry.biogeography
desert
Loasaceae
Eucnide
systematics
BIOG1002July 29th 8:15 amTucson E/Starr PassBioclimatology of Evergreen Sclerophyll Woodland
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Oral PaperGreller, Andrew.Evergreen Sclerophyll Woodland
BIOG1003July 29th 8:30 amTucson E/Starr PassPatterns of gypsum endemism in Coahuila
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Oral PaperMoore, Michael; Douglas, Norman; Ochoterena, Helga; Flores Olvera, Hilda.gypsum
Coahuila
Mexico
Chihuahuan Desert
phylogeny
phylogeography
gene flow
Pleistocene
BIOG1004July 29th 8:45 amTucson E/Starr PassGenetic diversity and population structure in Chrysolepis chrysophylla (giant chinquapin; Fagaceae): SSRs vs SNPs
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Oral PaperWillyard, Ann; Bower, Andrew; Hipkins, Valerie; DeWoody, Jennifer A.RAD-seq
SNP
microsatellite
Chrysolepis
genetic diversity
Fagaceae
giant chinquapin
BIOG1005July 29th 9:00 amTucson E/Starr PassMitochondrial phylogeography of the ponderosa pines in the USA and Mexico
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Oral PaperWillyard, Ann; Gernandt, David; Langer, Stephen K; Lopez Reyes, Alejandro; Potter, Kevin M.biogeography
Jeffrey pine
Mexico
mitochondrial capture
Pinaceae
Pinus ponderosa
Ponderosae
Sabinianae
sympatry
western United States
BIOG1006July 29th 9:15 amTucson E/Starr PassDoes hybrid Phragmites australis differ from native and introduced lineages in reproductive, genetic, and morphological traits?
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Oral PaperWilliams, Jared; Lambert, Adam; Long, Randy; Saltonstall, Kristin.phragmites
hybrid
Southwest
July 29th 9:30 amTucson E/Starr PassBreak
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BIOG1008July 29th 10:15 amTucson E/Starr PassEcological, biogeographic, and physiological drivers of diversification in Abildgaardieae (Cyperaceae)
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Oral PaperSpalink, Daniel; Larridon, Isabel; Roalson, Eric.C4
Cyperaceae
Fire
diversification
community assembly
Pyrome
Soil
Edaphic evolution
Niche Conservatism
savanna
BIOG1009July 29th 10:30 amTucson E/Starr PassStanding on a Red Rock scanning a Desert Sea: the biogeography of central Australia
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Oral PaperJobson, Peter C..biogeography
Australia
desert
BIOG1010July 29th 10:45 amTucson E/Starr PassTaxonomic literature is functional! Using herbarium resources to investigate functional traits across the African continent
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Oral PaperHarris, Timothy; Mulligan, Mark; Brummitt, Neil.functional traits
Africa
functional diversity
BIOG1011July 29th 11:00 amTucson E/Starr PassPatterns of Biogeography & Diversification in the Scrub Mint Clade (Lamiaceae) using target enrichment
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Oral PaperNaranjo, Andre; Gitzendanner, Matt; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela.endemism
biogeography
diversification
north american coastal plain
phylogenetic diversity
BIOG1012July 29th 11:15 amTucson E/Starr PassRegions of Endemism and Chorotypes in SC USA Based on Species of Texas Flora
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Oral PaperSaghatelyan, Anna.endemism
chorotypes
chorionomy
SC US
Texas
BIOG1013July 29th 11:30 amTucson E/Starr PassHistorical Biogeography of Physocarpus opulifolius s.l. (Rosaceae): Implications for the Flora of Colorado and the Southwestern US
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Oral PaperDignan, Audrey; Bruederle, Leo.Historical Biogeography
climatic niche modeling
eastern woodland-prairie
Physocarpus
Monday, July 29th, 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm · Arizona Ballroom/Starr Pass
Session P: Contributed Posters: Biogeography Posters
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PBG001July 29th 5:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassHabitat Specialization, Landscape Heterogeneity, and the Fitness Consequences of Dispersal
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Poster: BiogeographyOldfather, Meagan; Emery, Nancy.dispersal
habitat specialization
Lasthenia
vernal pools
PBG002July 29th 5:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassAnatomy of a soapberry forest from the lower San Pedro, Arizona
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Poster: BiogeographyMcNair, Daniel; Andresen, Celeste; Rocha, Dawn; Sakeva, Shanelle; Villarreal, Anthony; Tu'tsi, Trent; Powell, Chuck.soapberry
Sapindus saponaria L.
Sapindaceae
clonal forests
mesquite bosque
ethnobotany
traditional ecological knowledge
PBG003July 29th 5:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassComparative phylogeographic methods to inform conservation of endemic Pedicularis (Orobanchaceae) in the Hengduan Mountains of China
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Poster: BiogeographyMeek, Jared; Eaton, Deren; Ree, Richard.phylogenomics
conservation
alpine flora
PBG004July 29th 5:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassA New Phylogeny and Biogeographic History Reconstruction for Coccoloba (Polygonaceae)
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Poster: BiogeographyKoenemann, Daniel; Burke, Janelle.biogeography
Coccoloba
phylogeny
maximum likelihood
Parsimony
Mesoamerica
Caribbean 
Brazil
PBG005July 29th 5:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassCan we predict the range of an edaphic specialist tree using soil indicators?
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Poster: BiogeographySimmons, Tracey; Betancourt, Austin; Carter, Benjamin; Misiewicz, Tracy.geographic species distribution
amazon rainforest
habitat specialization
tropical trees
Soil
PBG006July 29th 5:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassPhylogeny and Historical Biogeography of South American Marsh Pitcher Plants, Heliamphora (Sarraceniaceae)
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Poster: BiogeographyLiu, Sukuan; Smith, Stacey.Heliamphora
carnivorous plant
Phylogenetics
Tepuis
PBG007July 29th 5:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassInvestigating speciation of Iris subgenus xiphium through phylogenomics with a biogeographic focus
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Poster: BiogeographyBoosalis, Zoe A.; Wilson, Carol; Sandor, Michael.biogeography
Ecological niche
Iridaceae
Phylogenetics
PBG008July 29th 5:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassBiogeography of Tibouchina s.s.: identifying the origins of cerrado and campos rupestres plant diversity
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Poster: BiogeographyJantzen, Johanna; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela.biogeography
Cerrado
Campos rupestres
Tibouchina
Melastomataceae
Tepui
PBG009July 29th 5:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassA phylogenetic and morphological analysis of biogeography and dispersal mechanism evolution in Channel Islands endemic Malacothrix (Asteraceae)
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Poster: BiogeographyLujan, Theresa; Hasenstab-Lehman, Kristen; Baldwin, Bruce; Lee, Joongku; Guilliams, C. Matt; Guilliams, C. Matt.Malacothrix
phylogeny
morphology
biogeography
California Channel Islands
PBG010July 29th 5:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassSpatial phylogenetic diversity of native vascular plants in the Mojave National Preserve
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Poster: BiogeographyBerkowitz, Dean; Ekwealor, Jenna T. B.; McClure, Sheila; Mishler, Brent.biogeography
deserts
Phylogenetics
evolution
biodiversity
PBG011July 29th 5:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassLichens and allied fungi of Nunavut: establishing a baseline in a changing environment
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Poster: BiogeographyMcMullin, Troy; Gillespie, Lynn; Saarela, Jeffery; Sokoloff, Paul.lichen
Arctic
biogeography
taxonomy
climate change
bioindicators
PBG012July 29th 5:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassEcological niche modeling of Loranthaceae haustorial morphology across Australia
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Poster: BiogeographyTrang, Kenneth; Calvin, Clyde; Wilson, Carol.biogeography
trait evolution
climatic niche
haustorium
mistletoes
PBG013July 29th 5:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassBiogeography and diversity of the striped wintergreen, Chimaphila maculata L. (Ericaceae)
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Poster: BiogeographyJolles, Diana; Stoughton, Thomas.biogeography
disjunct
morphometry
Mexico
Eastern Forest
speciation
systematics
Ericaceae
Chimaphila
microclimate
PBG014July 29th 5:30 pmArizona Ballroom/Starr PassClimatic and edaphic adaptation of tetraploid wild yarrow (Achillea millefolium aggregate, Asteraceae) in the Black Hills and Great Plains, USA
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Poster: BiogeographyRamsey, Justin; Ramsey, Tara.polyploidy
adaptation
phenology
ecophysiology
Asteraceae

Tuesday, July 30th

Tuesday, July 30th, 3:45 pm to 4:30 pm · Tucson B/Starr Pass
Session BIOG2: Contributed Papers: Biogeography II
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BIOG2001July 30th 3:45 pmTucson B/Starr PassEurasian continent vicariance shaped Asarum Sect. Heterotropa diversity and biogeography
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Oral PaperZUO, Lei; Freudenstein, John.Asarum
Heterotropa
biogeography
BIOG2002July 30th 4:00 pmTucson B/Starr PassEvolutionary history of angiosperms across the Neotropics
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Oral PaperMarx, Hannah; Dick, Christopher; Smith, Stephen.
BIOG2003July 30th 4:15 pmTucson B/Starr PassLook who just moved in next door!: Understanding geographical patterns in Neotropical Ruellia (Acanthaceae)
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Oral PaperRose, Jeff; Tripp, Erin.Ruellia
Acanthaceae
sympatry
neotropics

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