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Bachelor's at Biology from Universidade Federal de São Carlos (2009), with master's (2012-summa cum laude) and PhD with sandwich period at Ohio State University (2017-summa cum laude) at Genetics and Evolution from Universidade Federal de São Carlos. Experienced in Genetics and Evolution, Bioinformatics, and Bayesian and Approximate Bayesian statistics for species delimitation, Phylogeography, Phylogeny and demographic history in natural populations. Main focus at Genetics and Evolution os Natural Populations, with emphasis in species associated with dry environments in eastern Brazil. Homepage: https://sites.google.com/site/manolofperez/ (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Osteoglossiformes represent one of the oldest Teleost lineages, making this group, together with its wide geographic distribution, an important object for systematic, biogeographic and evolutionary studies. Currently, living species of this order are found in several rivers and lakes in South America, Africa, Asia and Australia. Such distribution may have contributed to the diversity pr...
The Neogene geomorphologic events and Quaternary paleoclimatic cycles contribution to Neotropical species diversification has been a recurrent debate theme on the literature. The current scattered distribution pattern of xeric vegetation enclaves at the Cerrado domain is presumably the result of these events, since present vegetation fragments could be relicts from a broader past distri...
Osteoglossiformes is one of the oldest teleost lineages, with a wide geographic distribution, making this group an interesting subject for systematic, biogeographic and evolutionary studies. Currently, living species of this order are found in several rivers and lakes in South America, Africa, Asia and Australia. Such wide distribution probably contributed to the diversity of the group,...
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