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Título: The role of Pleistocene climate change in the genetic variability, distribution and demography of Proechimys cuvieri and P. Guyannensis (Rodentia: Echimyidae) in northeastern Amazonia
Autor: Silva, Cláudia Regina
Ribas, Camila Cherem
Silva, Maria Nazareth Ferreira da
Leite, Rafael N.
Catzeflis, François M.
Rogers, Duke S.
Thoisy, Benoît de
Palavras-chave: Animals Tissue
Bayes Theorem
Climate Change
Controlled Study
Gene Sequence
Gene Structures
Genetic Distance
Genetic Variability
Molecular Clock
Proechimys Cuvieri
Proechimys Guyannensis
Species Distribution
Species Habitat
Genetic Variation
Cytochrome B
Climate Change
Cytochromes B
Genetic Variation
Data do documento: 2018
Revista: PLoS ONE
Encontra-se em: Volume 13, Número 12
Abstract: The spiny rats, genus Proechimys, have the highest species richness within the Echimyidae family, as well as species with high genetic variability. The genus distribution includes tropical South America and Central America south to Honduras. In this study, we evaluate the phylogeographic histories of Proechimys guyannensis and P. cuvieri using cytochrome b, in a densely sampled area in northeastern Amazon where both species are found in sympatry in different environments. For each species, Bayesian and Maximum Likelihood phylogenetic analysis were congruent and recovered similar clades in the studied area. Bayesian phylogenetic analysis using a relaxed molecular clock showed that these clusters of haplotypes diversified during Pleistocene for both species. Apparently, the large rivers of the region did not act as barriers, as some clades include specimens collected from opposite banks of Oiapoque, Araguari and Jari rivers. Bayesian skyline plot analysis showed recent demographic expansion in both species. The Pleistocene climatic changes in concert with the geologic changes in the Amazon fan probably acted as drivers in the diversification that we detected in these two spiny rats. Proechimys cuvieri and P. guyannensis show genetic structure in the eastern part of the Guiana region. Greater genetic distances observed in P. guyannensis, associated with highly structured groups, suggest that more detailed studies of systematics and ecology should be directed to this species. © 2018 Silva et al. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0206660
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