A taxonomic and phylogenetic revision of Maorothiini trib. n. from the New Zealand subregion: (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae, Staphylininae): with 2 tables, 22 figure plates, and 3 maps.

@inproceedings{Assing2000ATA,
  title={A taxonomic and phylogenetic revision of Maorothiini trib. n. from the New Zealand subregion: (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae, Staphylininae): with 2 tables, 22 figure plates, and 3 maps.},
  author={Volker Assing},
  year={2000}
}
Die Typen der aus Neuseeland bekannten, bisher der Gattung Othius Stephens zugeordneten Arten sowie weiteres Material werden revidiert. Eine phylogenetische Analyse unter Einschluss der neuseelandischen Arten, aller Gattungen holarktischer Othiini, reprasentativer Taxa aller ubrigen Staphylininentriben sowie der Paederinengattung Lathrobium Gravenhorst als Ausengruppe ergab: (a) die neuseelandischen Arten bilden ein Monophylum; (b) Othius Stephens ist eine palaarktische Gattung und nicht… 
Revision and Phylogenetic Assessment of Afroquedius gen. nov. from South Africa: Toward New Concepts of the Genus Quedius, Subtribe Quediina and Reclassification of the Tribe Staphylinini (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Staphylininae)
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The whole phylogenetic pattern yielded by the analysis, briefly discussed in the article, disagrees with the current conventional classification of the tribe Staphylinini and the new genus Afroquedius is proposed to accommodate the Q. sexpunctatus group.
Multilocus phylogeny defines a new classification of Staphylininae (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae), a rove beetle group with high lineage diversity
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This work provides the first multilocus molecular phylogeny of a group corresponding to the former subfamily Staphylininae, proven to be a lineage sister to the monophyletic Paederinae and reclassified according to a robust phylogeny resolving a number of long‐standing controversies.
Towards a natural classification of the subtribe Philonthina (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Staphylinini): a phylogenetic analysis of the Neotropical genera
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The separation of Gondwana about 65 my and major landscape modifications in the vast interior of northern South America during the past 25 my is proposed to explain the evolution of the endemic Neotropical genera of Philonthina.
Extinct and extant rove beetles meet in the matrix: Early Cretaceous fossils shed light on the evolution of a hyperdiverse insect lineage (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae: Staphylininae)
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It is demonstrated that by the Early Cretaceous, Paederinae and Staphylininae were already diversified into groups, some of which now represent extant tribes but not the branches dominating in the modern biota.
The past and the present through phylogenetic analysis: the rove beetle tribe Othiini now and 99 Ma
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The newly discovered stem lineage of Othiini stresses the importance of fossils in phylogenetic analyses conducted with the aim of improving the natural classification of extant species and suggests that the definitions of Staphylininae and Paederinae, long‐established family‐group taxa, may have to be reconsidered.
Congruence of morphological and molecular phylogenies of the rove beetle subfamily Staphylininae (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae)
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The hypothesis that Staphylininae is monophyletic and indeed the sister group to PaederinaE is reasserted using both Bayesian and maximum likelihood inference and is a case-study to show that both outgroup selection and completeness of nucleotide data can influence the outcome of a molecular phylogeny.
How Old are the Rove Beetles (Insecta: Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) and Their Lineages? Seeking an Answer with DNA
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The molecular clock analysis suggests that the family Staphylinidae dates from approximately the Early Triassic epoch and the most lineages of the family started to radiate from the Late Jurassic to the Early Paleogene.
Phylogenetic placement of Arrowinini trib.n. within the subfamily Staphylininae (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae), with revision of the relict South African genus Arrowinus and description of its larva
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The analysis confirmed that Arrowinus does not belong to the subtribe Quediina of the tribe Staphylinini but constitutes a separate taxon, sister to the tribeStaphyl inini, for which a new tribe Arrowinini is established.
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The genus Liotesba is increased by four species to 17 species, and perspective evolutionary trends of the two characters are exhibited: the aedeagus possessing the spinulate inner sac may be primitive, and the labrum with protruding median teeth may have evolved more than once within the genus Liotsba.
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