Species ‘hotspots’ created by immigrant influx or evolutionary speed depending on climate

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Species 'hotspots' created by immigrant influx or evolutionary speed depending on climate

New research reveals that biodiversity ‘hotspots’ in the tropics produced new species at faster rates over the last 25 million years, but those in temperate regions are instead full of migrant species that likely sought refuge from shifting and cooling climates.

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