Allopatric speciation or geographic speciation is speciation that occurs when
biological .... Sympatric speciation represents an alternative method of speciation
that does not require physical separ...
Allopatric speciation may be by subdivision of the species range or by a
peripheral isolate ... Sympatric speciation requires reinforcement to happen;
Allopatric speciation, the most common form of speciation, occurs when
populations of a species become geographically isolated. When populations
Speciation would then be viewed as a byproduct of divergence in allopatry. ....
This model still requires the evolution of associations (e.g., linkage disequilibrium
According to National Geographic, a good example of allopatric speciation is the
formation of new squirrel species after the formation of the Grand Canyon.
This may or may not be sufficient to cause speciation. Speciation would probably
also require different selective pressures at opposite ... Allopatric speciation.
Mar 28, 2012 ... Related to dispersal is peripatric speciation, when the migrated segment ... that
sympatric speciation requires natural selection; allopatry might ...
Sep 17, 2007 ... In contrast, there are far fewer restrictions on allopatric speciation, which requires
only that selection produce adaptive differences between ...
It also requires an investigation of the differences that characterize species,
genera, .... This is referred to as allopatric (geographic) speciation (see Figure).
Allopatric speciation occurs when a new species evolves in geographic isolation
from its .... Sympatric speciation requires reinforcement to happen; parapatric ...