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Monday, July 25th

Monday, July 25th, 1:30 pm to 5:15 pm · Tubughnenq' 4/Dena'ina Center
Session BIOG I: Contributed Papers: Biogeography I
Presiding: Kenneth Cameron, University Of Wisconsin; Julissa Roncal, Memorial University Of Newfoundland
BIOG I001July 25th 1:30 pmTubughnenq' 4/Dena'ina CenterHistorical biogeography of Caribbean endemic plants: insight from dated phylogenetic trees contributes to paleogeography of the regionOral PaperRoncal, Julissa; Nieto-Blazquez, Maria Esther; Cardona, Agustin; Bacon, Christine.colonization
divergence time
endemic flora
in situ speciation
West Indies
BIOG I002July 25th 1:45 pmTubughnenq' 4/Dena'ina CenterGreenMaps: a Tool for Addressing the Wallacean Shortfall in the Global Distribution of PlantsOral PaperDaru, Barnabas.Citizen Science
Plant Biogeography
Species Distribution Modeling
Vascular Plants
BIOG I003July 25th 2:00 pmTubughnenq' 4/Dena'ina CenterAddressing Darwin’s naturalization conundrum using native and naturalized species using disjunct genera that occur in Eastern North America and Eastern AsiaOral PaperLiu, Yunpeng; Heberling, Mason; Wang, Zhiheng; Soltis, Douglas; Soltis, Pamela.Eastern Asia – Eastern North America floristic disjunction
Plant invasion
Climatic niches
BIOG I004July 25th 2:15 pmTubughnenq' 4/Dena'ina CenterPhylogeography of Streptopus lanceolatus (Liliaceae): a North American endemic with a curious pattern of disjunction among the Pacific Northwest, Upper Midwest, and Eastern AppalachiaOral PaperCameron, Kenneth; Wang, Shenyi.Glaciation
Driftless Area
BIOG I005July 25th 2:30 pmTubughnenq' 4/Dena'ina CenterSpecies delimitation at marginal areas: Range expansion of the apomictic polyploid Ranunculus auricomus complex following the Last Glacial MaximumOral PaperBradican, John Paul; Karbstein, Kevin; Tomasello, Salvatore; Dunkel, Franz; Pätzold, Claudia; Hodač, Ladislav; Hörandl, Elvira.biogeography
Ranunculus auricomus
Target Enrichment
BIOG I006July 25th 2:45 pmTubughnenq' 4/Dena'ina CenterEffects of climatic fluctuations and restricted gene flow on the fragmented distribution pattern of Tertiary relict conifer Pseudotaxus chienii (Taxaceae) revealed by chloroplast and nuclear markersOral PaperLi, Ning; Su, Yingjuan; Wang, Ting.Pseudotaxus chienii
ecological niche modelling
climatic fluctuations
gene flow
fragmented distribution pattern
July 25th 3:00 pmTubughnenq' 4/Dena'ina CenterBreak
BIOG I008July 25th 3:45 pmTubughnenq' 4/Dena'ina Center
The mystery of North American shrub birches: from researchers to detectives
Oral PaperTouchette, Lyne; Godbout, Julie; Lamothe, Manuel; Isabel, Nathalie; Porth, Ilga.Betula glandulosa
North American birches
nuclear DNA
chloroplast DNA
ploidy level
BIOG I009July 25th 4:00 pmTubughnenq' 4/Dena'ina Center
Climate and geographic distance drive phylogenetic regionalization in the world's tree flora
Oral PaperMonks, Logan; Davies, Stuart; Swenson, Nathan.Trees
Phylogenetic beta-diversity
Biogeographic regions
BIOG I010July 25th 4:15 pmTubughnenq' 4/Dena'ina CenterUnderstanding Phylogenetic Diversity and Endemism in the Greater Antilles: Caribbean Melastomes as a Case Test ExampleOral PaperNaranjo, Andre; Majure, Lucas.Melastomes
phylogenetic diversity
Greater Antilles
BIOG I011July 25th 4:30 pmTubughnenq' 4/Dena'ina CenterAreas of Endemism of Plants in Southcentral and Southwestern Nearctic RegionOral PaperSaghatelyan, Anna.areas of endemism
biogeographic patterns
SW Deserts
BIOG I012July 25th 4:45 pmTubughnenq' 4/Dena'ina CenterUncovering the biogeographic history of the Neotropical Tillandsia subgenus TillandsiaOral PaperVera Paz, Sandra Itzel; Díaz Contreras Díaz, D. D; Montes-Azcue, Claudia; Jost, Matthias; Hernández-Gutiérrez, Rebeca; Magallon, Susana; Sánchez Gonzáles, Luis Antonio; Salazar, Gerardo; Wanke, Stefan; Granados Mendoza, Carolina.Tillandsia
BIOG I013July 25th 5:00 pmTubughnenq' 4/Dena'ina CenterExamining broad geographic patterns of Rhodohypoxis baurii (Baker) Nel. var. platypetala Hilliard & Burtt cytotypes in the Drakensberg, South AfricaOral PaperMtileni, Masingitla; Glennon, Kelsey.Hypoxidaceae
Mountain grasslands endemic
Environmental distribution
Monday, July 25th, 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm · Idlughet (Eklutna) Exhibit Hall/Dena'ina Center
Session P: Contributed Posters: Biogeography Posters
PBG001July 25th 5:30 pmIdlughet (Eklutna) Exhibit Hall/Dena'ina CenterA sky island perspective: New England (USA) alpine plant community change across space and timePoster: BiogeographyTirrell, Andrea; Cianchette, Michael; McDonough MacKenzie, Caitlin; Gill, Jacquelyn.biogeography
plant ecology
alpine ecology
PBG002July 25th 5:30 pmIdlughet (Eklutna) Exhibit Hall/Dena'ina CenterUtilizing Humboldt to Assess Niche Overlap in E-space of the Cryptic Genus TriodanisPoster: BiogeographyCribelar, Morgan; Simmonds, Taylor; Weber, Jenn.Climatic niche
Species Distribution Modeling
PBG003July 25th 5:30 pmIdlughet (Eklutna) Exhibit Hall/Dena'ina CenterBiogeographic patterns in phenological diversity of forest wildflowers across Eastern North AmericaPoster: BiogeographyYancy, Abby; Lee, Ben; Spicer, Michelle; Neufeld, Howard; Kuebbing, Sara; Heberling, Mason.phenology
deciduous forest
spring ephemeral
herbaceous layer
forest wildflowers
PBG004July 25th 5:30 pmIdlughet (Eklutna) Exhibit Hall/Dena'ina CenterDANZ: a comparative study of plant diversification mechanisms involved in the Disjunction between America and New ZealandPoster: BiogeographyJiménez-Mejías, Pedro; Míguez, Mónica; Benítez, Carmen Benítez; García-Moro, Pablo; Sanz-Arnal, María; Barrett, Russell; Cano, Asunción; Donadío, Sabina; Fernandez-Mazuecos Santa Teresa, Mario; Ford, Kerry A.; Gebauer, Sebastian; Hipp, Andrew; Hoffman, Matthias; Larridon, Isabel; Léveillé-Bourret, Etienne; Mairal, Mario; Márquez-Corro, José Ignacio; Muñoz-Schüler, Paulo; Otero, Ana; Penneckamp, Diego; Roalson, Eric; Spalink, Daniel; Starr, Julian; Villaverde, Tamara; Wilson, Karen; Luceño, Modesto; Martin-Bravo, Santiago.adaptive radiation
New Zealand
PBG005July 25th 5:30 pmIdlughet (Eklutna) Exhibit Hall/Dena'ina CenterModeling species richness within the East Texas longleaf pine ecosystem: can C and z values determined at the community level be used to accurately calculate species richness at the landscape levelPoster: BiogeographyWilliams, Justin Kirk; Hagyari, David.species richness
longleaf pine
species area curve
Big Thicket
PBG006July 25th 5:30 pmIdlughet (Eklutna) Exhibit Hall/Dena'ina CenterAre variation in seed size and fruit morphology related to climate in Serjania (Sapindaceae)?Poster: BiogeographyListon, Paige; Jud, Nathan.seed size
Neotropical biogeography

Tuesday, July 26th

Tuesday, July 26th, 10:15 am to 12:00 pm · Tikahtnu Ballroom E/Dena'ina Center
Session BIOG II: Contributed Papers: Biogeography II
Presiding: Michael Donoghue, Yale University; Daniel Turck, University of Idaho, Department of Biological Sciences
BIOG II001July 26th 10:15 amTikahtnu Ballroom E/Dena'ina CenterReplicated radiation of a plant clade along a cloud forest archipelagoOral PaperDonoghue, Michael; Eaton, Deren; Maya-Lastra, Carlos; Landis, Michael; Sweeney, Patrick; Olson, Mark; Cacho, N. Ivalu; Moeglein, Morgan; Gardner, Jordan; Heaphy, Nora; Castorena, Matiss; Segovia Rivas, Ali; Clement, Wendy; Edwards, Erika.evolutionary radiation
molecular phylogenetics
BIOG II002July 26th 10:30 amTikahtnu Ballroom E/Dena'ina CenterParallel phylogeography of mountain endemics: do infrageneric species share geographic history?Oral PaperMeek, Jared; Eaton, Deren.phylogenomics
landscape genomics
BIOG II003July 26th 10:45 amTikahtnu Ballroom E/Dena'ina CenterPopulation genomics and biogeography of Symphyotrichum in Mexico and the eastern U.SOral PaperDahal, Sushil; Siniscalchi, Carolina; Folk, Ryan.Disjunction
Plant Biogeography
BIOG II004July 26th 11:00 amTikahtnu Ballroom E/Dena'ina CenterVariability of climatic conditions in southern South American Myrtaceae as a potential indictor of polyploidyOral PaperBatalla, Martin; Wallace, Lisa.Climatic niches
Climatic variability
BIOG II005July 26th 11:15 amTikahtnu Ballroom E/Dena'ina CenterFrom the coast to the mountains: extending phylogeographic analyses of coastal disjuncts in the Pacific Northwest to the alpine species Larix lyalii (Pinaceae)Oral PaperTurck, Daniel; Grossfurthner, Lukas P.; Sullivan, Jack; Tank, David.subalpine larch
Larix lyallii
demographic modeling
Species Distribution Modeling
BIOG II006July 26th 11:30 amTikahtnu Ballroom E/Dena'ina CenterGlobal phylogenetic, functional, and taxonomic beta-diversity in Carex is mostly driven by climate: implications for a megadiverse genus in a changing worldOral PaperSpalink, Daniel.turnover
Community Phylogenetics
general dissimilarity modeling
distribution modeling
climate change
functional traits
phylogenetic diversity

Wednesday, July 27th

Wednesday, July 27th, 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm · Lupine/Hilton
Session BIOG III: Contributed Papers: Biogeography III
Presiding: Andrew Simpson, ; Alaina Krakowiak, Colorado State University
BIOG III001July 27th 1:30 pmLupine/HiltonPlant evolution on cliffs and bare rocky outcrops: a synthesis and case study in the rock daisy tribe (Perityleae; Compositae)Oral PaperLichter Marck, Isaac H.Edaphics
rare plants
ecological specialization
sky islands
rock daisies
BIOG III002July 27th 1:45 pmLupine/HiltonSpatial phylogenetics of Fagales: Investigating the history of temperate forestsOral PaperFolk, Ryan; Siniscalchi, Carolina; Belitz, Michael; Doby, Joshua; Manchester, Steven; Soltis, Pamela; Soltis, Douglas; Guralnick, Robert.
BIOG III003July 27th 2:00 pmLupine/HiltonConservation genetics and phylogeography of a disjunct prairie plant: Clematis fremontii (Ranunculaceae)Oral PaperKrakowiak, Alaina; Harris, Jesse; McGlaughlin, Mitchell; Simmons, Mark.
BIOG III004July 27th 2:15 pmLupine/HiltonPhylogenomics, biogeography, and adaptive evolution of Puya (Bromeliaceae)Oral PaperAguirre Santoro, Julian; Zuluaga Trochez, Alejandro; Betancur, Julio; Jabaily, Rachel.Andes
Angiosperm 353
BIOG III005July 27th 2:30 pmLupine/HiltonA biogeographic history of the Rosaceae (Anthophyta: Eudicotyledonae) using phylogeographic and fossil reconstruction methodsOral PaperSimpson, Andrew; Wing, Scott; Fenster, Charles.Rosaceae
BIOG III006July 27th 2:45 pmLupine/HiltonPhylogeography of the Abronia fragrans (Nyctaginaceae) species complex using Angiosperms353Oral PaperPrice, Sherese; Chen, Yanni; Douglas, Norman; Edwards, Caroline; Hale, Haley; LoPresti, Eric; Moore, Michael; Nosratinia, Sonia; Johnson, Matt.high-throughput sequencing  
Southwest Flora
July 27th 3:00 pmLupine/HiltonBreak
BIOG III008July 27th 3:45 pmLupine/HiltonThe genus Carex (Cyperaceae) in New Zealand: a southern hemisphere diversity hotspot in a boreotemperate genusOral PaperMartin-Bravo, Santiago; Márquez-Corro, José Ignacio; Ford, Kerry A.; Sanz-Arnal, María; McCarthy, James.biogeography
New Zealand
Southern Hemisphere
evolutionary radiation
long distance dispersal
BIOG III009July 27th 4:00 pmLupine/HiltonNiche Differentiation Within the "Asperula Clade" of Asclepias (Apocynaceae)Oral PaperKunkel, David; Fishbein, Mark.Ecological niche model
Climatic niche
Edaphic Niche
BIOG III010July 27th 4:15 pmLupine/Hilton“Overgeneralizing pollinator generalists: native North American orchids and their diverse pollinator dynamics”Oral PaperMorley, Lydia; Spalink, Daniel.
BIOG III011July 27th 4:30 pmLupine/HiltonGIS Spatial Analysis and Habitat Suitability Modeling Using Remote Sensing Data to Help Identify At-risk Populations of US Carolina Coastal Plain Endemic Venus Flytrap (Dionaea muscipula)Oral PaperCaruso, Kathryn; Lampley, Jayne; Rock, Monika; Siddhi, Ashna; Zhu, Seamore; Randall, John L.; Waitt, Damon; Weakley, Alan; Payne, Sarah; Madden, Marguerite.Species Distribution Modeling
remote sensing
native species
Endemic Species
Coastal Plain
Ecological Forecasting
threatened species
carnivorous plant
BIOG III012July 27th 4:45 pmLupine/HiltonEvolution of ginger-lilies: insights into the roles of mountains and monsoons in the botanical diversity of Indo-Malayan RealmOral PaperAshokan, Ajith; Gowda, Vinita.Dormancy
Historical biogeography
Island dwarfism
Malay Archipelago
Northeast India
species complex

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