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Mechanisms of Speciation (Suma)

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on April 20, 2011 at 6:05:09 am
 

 

These two pictures explain the differences between sympatry and allopatry in fun and exciting ways.  Not really, but it explains it really well.  I like the fish because they look like Dory.

 

Anyways, sympatric speciation is when there are many varieties in one location, and they become different species while in the same location, as evidenced by the fat and skinny fish living in the same pond/lake/puddle whatever.  Allopatric speciation is when a species becomes two or more species because of a geographical barrier, as shown by this lake body of water being separated into three, each having a different variation of the original population.

 

My Prezi! http://prezi.com/kcnw1tzbf0ee/mechanisms-of-speciation-final/

 

Virtual Lecture! Sorry my voice skips a little, I'm not really sure what happened.

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