A new Indo-Malayan member of the Stenostiridae (Aves: Passeriformes) revealed by multilocus sequence data: biogeographical implications for a morphologically diverse clade of flycatchers.

@article{Fuchs2009ANI,
  title={A new Indo-Malayan member of the Stenostiridae (Aves: Passeriformes) revealed by multilocus sequence data: biogeographical implications for a morphologically diverse clade of flycatchers.},
  author={J. Fuchs and E. Pasquet and A. Couloux and J. Fjelds{\aa} and R. Bowie},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2009},
  volume={53 2},
  pages={
          384-93
        }
}
Recent molecular studies on passerine birds have highlighted numerous discrepancies between traditional classification and the phylogenetic relationships recovered from sequence data. Among the traditional families that were shown to be highly polyphyletic are the Muscicapidae Old World flycatcher. This family formerly included all Old World passerines that forage on small insects by performing short sallies from a perch. Genera previously allocated to the Muscicapidae are now thought to belong… Expand
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