A phylogenetic study of the tribe Dryxini Zatwarnicki (Dipter:Ephydridae) by Wayne N Mathis

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StatementWayne N. Mathis and Tadeusz Zatwarnicki
SeriesSmithsonian contributions to zoology -- no. 617
ContributionsZatwarnicki, Tadeusz, Smithsonian Institution. Press
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Paginationiv, 99 p. :
Number of Pages99
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Open LibraryOL13629840M
LC Control Number2001049798
OCLC/WorldCa48013136

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Vamosi PREMISE OF THE STUDY: Antirrhineae is a large tribe within Plantaginaceae. Mostly concentrated in the Mediterranean Basin, the tribe members are pr esent. The genera of tribe Sipaneeae have been either included within tribe Rondeletieae or treated as its sister tribe, and historically placed in subfamily Cinchonoideae.

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Phylogenetic information was extracted from this data set using neighbor-joining and maximum parsimony methods and compared to a phylogenetic hypothesis proposed from the morphological literature.

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Systematics. Tribe Dryxini Zatwarnicki. Genus Paralimna Loew. Key to New World Species of the Subgenus Paralimna --Subgenus Phaiosterna Cresson --Key to New World Species of the Subgenus Phaiosterna --Paralimna (Coganolimna, Subgen.

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and Wondersong (as “Colleteria ” nom. illeg.), were not placed in any of the tribes. In addition, they delimited the tribe. Book 2. Descoings, B. "Revision of the Malagasy genus Pervillea (Asclepiadaceae) and its phylogenetic relationship to Calyptranthera." Nordic Journal of Botany A phylogenetic study of the tribe Dryxini Zatwarnicki (Diptera: Ephydridae).

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Zatwarnicki and Mathis () added two additional genera, Galaterina and Orasiopa, and altered the status of some subgenera in their phylogenetic study of the tribe.

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Adler, P. & R. Crosskey. World Blackflies (Diptera: Simuliidae): A Comprehensive Revision of. the Taxonomic and. Introduction. Polytrichophora Cresson occurs worldwide and now comprises 31 species, including 11 undescribed species that we treat in this revision of the New World fauna of this genus.

Previously on a worldwide basis, 20 species were known (Mathis and Zatwarnicki and updates).We focus on the New World fauna, which for many years has been woefully in need of comprehensive revision. Ephydridae (shore fly, sometimes brine fly) is a family of insects in the order Diptera.

Shore flies are tiny flies that can be found near seashores or at smaller inland waters, such as ponds. About 2, species have been described worldwide, including Ochthera. The petroleum fly, Helaeomyia petrolei, is the only known insect whose larvae live in naturally occurring crude petroleum.

Zatwarnicki and Mathis () then added two additional genera, Galaterina and Orasiopa, and altered the status of some subgenera in their phylogenetic study of the tribe. Finally, Mathis and Zatwarnicki (a) recently described Facitrichophora.A phylogenetic study of the tribe was undertaken using gene sequences obtained from the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) of nuclear ribosomal DNA as well as the plastid rbcL gene ( species).

Several clades were identified within the tribe. Subtribe Xiphothecinae consists of the genera Amphithalea and Xiphotheca.1. Int J Plant Sci. May;(3) A Phylogenetic Study of Tribe Euphorbieae (Euphorbiaceae).

Park KR, Elisens WJ. A phylogenetic investigation of a monophyletic lineage of spurge plants, tribe Euphorbieae, was conducted to elucidate evolutionary relationships, to clarify biogeographic patterns, and to reexamine the previous classification of Euphorbieae.

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