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Alastair J Potts
I am interested in many aspects of South African œcology, including palaeovegetation distributions, plant phylogeography, drivers of biome boundaries and Albany Subtropical Thicket œcology (e.g. physiology, seed dispersal and restoration). I also spend time exploring the interface between phylogenetic trees and networks, as evolution is often poorly described using a bifurcating tree.
Articles published in PeerJ
Catchments catch all in South African coastal lowlands: topography and palaeoclimate restricted gene flow in Nymania capensis (Meliaceae)—a multilocus phylogeographic and distribution modelling approach
Catchments catch all in South African coastal lowlands: multilocus phylogeography and distribution modelling of Nymania capensis (Meliaceae) reveal topographic and palaeoclimatic connectivity constraints