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The perils of using host relationships in parasite taxonomy: phylogeny of the Degeeriella complex.
- K. Johnson, J. Weckstein, C. Witt, R. C. Faucett, Robert G. Moyle
- Biology, Medicine
- Molecular phylogenetics and evolution
- 1 May 2002
The taxonomy of lice (Insecta: Phthiraptera) is often heavily influenced by host taxonomy. The use of host information to define genera of avian lice in the widespread Degeeriella complex has been… Expand
Phylogenetic relationships in the louse genus Penenirmus based on nuclear (EF‐1α) and mitochondrial (COI) DNA sequences
Abstract. Ischnoceran lice in genus Penenirmus are parasites of birds in orders Piciformes and Passeriformes. No comprehensive revision of this genus has been published, but a few host‐based… Expand
Fox Sparrow (Passerella iliaca)
Avifauna of a paraguayan cerrado locality : Parque nacional serrania San Luis, depto. concepción
-We recorded 181 avian species at the Paraguayan Cerrado site, Parque Nacional Serrania San Luis, depto. Concepci6n, including the first record of Veery (Catharusfuscescens) for the country. We… Expand