Zeeshan A. Mirza

Zeeshan A. Mirza

Mar 02, 2017

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About This Project

National Centre for Biological Sciences

Tarantulas are large bodied and most species are obligate burrowers and have long been favorite of bio-geographers. The Western Ghats provides an ideal setting to study biogeography of this group due to its complex tectonic history and heterogeneity in topography, climate and habitat. I propose to used advance DNA data to assess diversity of tarantulas of Western Ghats and trace their origin and patterns of speciation.

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