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Started by Martin Spies, January 17, 2018, 09:27:19 AM

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This board refers to new publications on methods and/or results of phylogeny reconstructions.

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Borkent, A. (2018) The state of phylogenetic analysis: narrow visions and simple answers — examples from the Diptera (flies). Zootaxa 4374(1): 107-143.

Kutty, S. N., Wong, W. H., Meusemann, K., Meier, R., Cranston, P. S. (2018) A phylogenomic analysis of Culicomorpha (Diptera) resolves the relationships among the eight constituent families. Syst. Ent.43(3): 434-446 + online suppl. info. [first publ. online (26.ii.2018)]

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Morrone, J. J. (2022) When phylogenetics met biogeography: Willi Hennig, Lars Brundin and the roots of phylogenetic and cladistic biogeography. Cladistics: 12 pp. (publd online 19.x.2022]

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Fang, X., Wang, X., Mao, B., Xiao, Y., Shen, M., Fu, Y. (2023) Comparative mitogenome analyses of twelve non-biting flies and provide[sic!] insights into the phylogeny of Chironomidae (Diptera: Culicomorpha). Scientific Reports [London] 13(1, Article 9200): 13 pp. + online suppl. material. [first publd online]

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