A phylogeny of the leptostraca (Crustacea) with keys to families and genera

@article{WalkerSmith2001APO,
  title={A phylogeny of the leptostraca (Crustacea) with keys to families and genera},
  author={Genefor K. Walker-Smith and Gary C. B. Poore},
  journal={Memoirs of the Museum of Victoria},
  year={2001},
  volume={58},
  pages={383-410}
}
Walker-Smith, G.K. and Poore, G.C.B., 2001. A phylogeny of the Leptostraca (Crustacea) with keys to families and genera. Memoirs of Museum Victoria 58(2): 383–410. A phylogenetic analysis of the Leptostraca Claus, 1880 is undertaken using 32 of the 41 known species (including 4 undescribed species). The value of outgroups for deriving a plausible phylogeny in a group whose affinities remain contentious is discussed. A hypothetical ancestor is considered the best solution to the problem and… 

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