A molecular phylogeny of the Dactylogyridae sensu Kritsky & Boeger (1989) (Monogenea) based on the D1-D3 domains of large subunit rDNA

@article{imkov2006AMP,
  title={A molecular phylogeny of the Dactylogyridae sensu Kritsky \& Boeger (1989) (Monogenea) based on the D1-D3 domains of large subunit rDNA},
  author={Andrea {\vS}imkov{\'a} and Iveta Matějusov{\'a} and Carey O. Cunningham},
  journal={Parasitology},
  year={2006},
  volume={133},
  pages={43 - 53}
}
Phylogenetic analyses based on the partial large subunit rDNA (LSU) sequences of polyonchoinean monogeneans belonging to the Dactylogyridea and Monocotylidea were generated to investigate relationships among various subfamilies of the Dactylogyridae sensu Kritsky & Boeger, 1989. Monophyly of the Dactylogyridae was supported by all analyses performed. Status of the Ancyrocephalidae sensu Bychowsky & Nagibina, 1978 and Ancyrocephalinae sensu Kritsky & Boeger, 1989 was revised based on the present… 
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