The steep slopes of Tahitian mountains isolate insect communities by creating physical barriers between ridges, and by being vulnerable to rain and erosion that fragments populations and leads to ... more 
The steep slopes of Tahitian mountains isolate insect communities by creating physical barriers between ridges, and by being vulnerable to rain and erosion that fragments populations and leads to species divergence. less 
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LiveScience.com | Photo By James Kenneth Liebherr
Fri, Aug 16, 2013 9:10 AM EDT