Analysis of the karyotype structure in Ricolla quadrispinosa (Linneus, 1767): inferences about the chromosomal evolution of the tribes of Harpactorinae (Heteroptera, Reduviidae)

@article{Tiepo2016AnalysisOT,
  title={Analysis of the karyotype structure in Ricolla quadrispinosa (Linneus, 1767): inferences about the chromosomal evolution of the tribes of Harpactorinae (Heteroptera, Reduviidae)},
  author={Ang{\'e}lica Nunes Tiepo and Larissa Forim Pezenti and Thayn{\'a} Bisson Ferraz Lopes and Carlos Roberto Maximiano da Silva and Jaqueline Fernanda Dion{\'i}sio and J A M Fernandes and Renata da Rosa},
  journal={Comparative Cytogenetics},
  year={2016},
  volume={10},
  pages={719 - 729}
}
Abstract The subfamily Harpactorinae is composed of six tribes. Phylogenetic studies bring together some of Harpactorinae tribes, but by and large the data on evolutionary relationships of the subfamily are scarce. Chromosome studies are of great importance for understanding the systematics of different groups of insects. For Harpactorinae, these studies are restricted to some subfamilies and involved only conventional chromosome analysis. This work analyzed cytogenetically Ricolla… 

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