- Research Grants
Jhon Jairo Ospina Sarria in research grants and scholarships supported by FAPESP.
Direct-developing frogs have undergone significant changes in their systematics. These changes are mainly due to limited taxon sampling, characters and preferences for a type of evidence in analysis (morphological or molecular). Terrarana currently consists of 989 species in four families (Brachycephalidae, Ceuthomantidae, Craugastoridae, Eleutherodactylidae), where the family Craugasto...
A major recent trend in systematics is the re-integration of morphological data into total evidence analysis. Phenomic data (e.g., data from morphology, behavior, ontogeny, etc.) provide a richly independent source of phylogenetic evidence and important framework to "testing" molecular hypotheses, allowing all evidence to interact simultaneously to identify the hypothesis that bestexpla...
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