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An interesting study on vertebrate evolution; specifically vertebrate
speciation.

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> Summary by SCIENCE-WEEK http://scienceweek.com 26Jan01
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> 2. EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY:
> A POSSIBLE CASE OF REPEATED SYMPATRIC SPECIATION
> ... ... Mark Kirkpatrick (University of Texas Austin, US)
> presents a commentary on new evidence of possible sympatric
> speciation in cichlids, the author making the following points:
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. "If confirmed, these natural
> replicates would offer a unique opportunity to identify the
> factors that trigger sympatric speciation." [*Note #1]
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> Mark Kirkpatrick: Fish found in flagrante delicto.
> (Nature 16 Nov 00 408:298)
> QY: Mark Kirkpatrick: kirkp@mail.utexas.edu
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> Summary & Notes by SCIENCE-WEEK http://scienceweek.com 26Jan01
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