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© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI 10.1163/187631209X440078 Insect Systematics & Evolution 40 (2009) 209–228 Phylogenetic relationships of Leuronectes Sharp (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae: Agabinae) based on larval morphology and chaetotaxy Mariano C. Michat a, * and Miguel

In: Insect Systematics & Evolution

Nematology Monographs & Perspectives, 2014, Vol. 10, 55-57 Chapter 5 Phylogenetic relationships The position of Hemicycliophoroidea within the suborder Cricone- matina and phylogeny of this suborder was reconstructed by Siddiqi (2000) using morphological characters and the cladistic approach. He

In: Systematics of the Sheath Nematodes of the Superfamily Hemicycliophoroidea

phylogenetic analyses and species identifications that rely on nuclear gene sequences (Hugall et al. , 1999; Lunt, 2008; Szitenberg et al. , 2017). Álvarez-Ortega et al. (2019) presented a statistical parsimony network showing the phylogenetic relationships between the ITS rRNA gene haplotypes of the

In: Systematics of Root-knot Nematodes (Nematoda: Meloidogynidae)
Author: John E. Lattke

Phylogenetic relationships and classification of ectatommine ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) JOHN E. LATTKE The phylogenetic relationships between the genera of ants considered until now as ectatommines are investigated using cladistic methods. They are found polyphyletic and a new arrangement

In: Insect Systematics & Evolution

Contributions to Zoology, 79 (2) 69-78 (2010) Host specificity and phylogenetic relationships among Atlantic Ovulidae (Mollusca: Gastropoda) Bastian T. Reijnen1, 2, Bert W. Hoeksema1, Edmund Gittenberger1 1 Department of Marine Zoology, Netherlands Centre for Biodiversity Naturalis, PO Box 9517

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In: Contributions to Zoology

Phylogenetic relationships of the African egg-eating snake Dasypeltis scabra T.J. Lopez1, L.R. Maxson1,3, H.G. Dowling2 1 Department of Biology and Institute of Molecular Evolutionary Genetics, Penn State University, University Park, PA, 16802, USA 2 Department of Biology, New York University

In: Amphibia-Reptilia

revealed a close relationship between the Spanish and Italian populations with low intra-population variability and only two haplotypes were detected. Mitochondrial COI and ribosomal genes were analysed using Maximum Likelihood and Bayesian inference to reconstruct phylogenetic relationships

In: Nematology

Amphibia-Reptilia 28 (2007): 467-474 Can microsatellite markers resolve phylogenetic relationships between closely related crested newt species ( Triturus cristatus superspecies)? Peter Mikulí ˇ cek 1,2 , Jelka Crnobrnja-Isailovi ´ c 3 , Jaroslav Piálek 4 Abstract. Theoretical and empirical

In: Amphibia-Reptilia

relationships within L. orientalis and other Longidorus species. The results revealed a closer phylogenetic relationship with L. goodeyi for the D2-D3 expansion region and with L. vineacola for the partial 18S region. Keywords – Bayesian inference, 18S rRNA, 28S rRNA, ITS rRNA, maximum likelihood

In: Nematology

CHAPTER 15 DIPLOPODA — PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS BY GREGORY D. EDGECOMBE Diplopoda has received much more attention from the perspective of classification than it has from the perspective of phylogeny. Although it is of course possible to convey the information content of a classification, i

In: Treatise on Zoology - Anatomy, Taxonomy, Biology. The Myriapoda, Volume 2