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New endemic beetles discovered in Iberian Peninsula
Date:5/31/2011

rchers used a combination of morphological and genetic studies. The results show that the small genetic variations between the new species and the proximity of their geographic distribution agree with the model put forward by Ribera.

The research also suggests that all the species in the Hydraena emarginata-saga group, including the two new ones, result from the splitting of a common ancestor, which spread throughout the north of the Iberian Peninsula half a million years ago. Today, the insects remain in their original distribution areas.


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