Molecular and morphological systematics of neustonic nudibranchs (Mollusca : Gastropods : Glaucidae: Glaucus), with descriptions of three new cryptic species.
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Sequence-based species delimitation for the DNA taxonomy of undescribed insects. | Ronquist, F., Teslenko, M., van der Mark, P., Ayres, D.
Mr Bayes 3.2: efficient Bayesian phylogenetic inference and model choice across a large model space.
Tertiary fossil species of the Rhinotermitidae (Isoptera), phylogeny of genera, and reciprocal phylogeny of associated Flagellata (Protozoa) and the Staphylinidae (Coleoptera).
M., Seifert, B., Stauffer, C., Christian, E., and Crozier, R. Endemic to South America, octodontid rodents are remarkable by being the only mammal taxa where allotetraploidy has been documented.The taxon’s extensive morpho-physiological radiation associated to niche shifts has allowed testing phylogeographic hypotheses. Partition Finder: combined selection of partitioning schemes and substitution models for phylogenetic analyses. The origins and radiation of Australian Coptotermes termites: from rainforest to desert dwellers. Using maximum likelihood and Bayesian inference analyses, applied to all nominal species of octodontids, phylogenetic reconstructions based on sequences of 12S r RNA and growth hormone receptor gene are presented.Species boundaries were determined by coalescent analyses and divergence times among taxa were estimated based on mutation rates.Images of the external view of the two new species are provided, as well as a key, based on soldier characters, for all Australian species of Coptotermes. L., Sobotnik, J., Hayashi, Y., Shigenobu, S., Watanabe, D., Roisin, Y., Miura, T., and Evans, T. Preliminary examination of cuticular hydrocarbons of worker termites as chemotaxonomic characters for some Australian species of Coptotermes (Isoptera, Rhinotermitidae). Integrative taxonomy: a multisource approach to exploring biodiversity. Ergebnisse der Hamburger Südwest-Australischen Forschungsreise 1905.