Bat Systematics in the Light of Unconstrained Analyses of a Comprehensive Molecular Supermatrix

@article{Amador2016BatSI,
  title={Bat Systematics in the Light of Unconstrained Analyses of a Comprehensive Molecular Supermatrix},
  author={L. I. Amador and R. Leticia Moyers Ar{\'e}valo and F. C. Almeida and S. Catalano and Norberto P. Giannini},
  journal={Journal of Mammalian Evolution},
  year={2016},
  volume={25},
  pages={37-70}
}
Bats (Chiroptera) represent the largest diversification of extant mammals after rodents. Here we report the results of a large-scale phylogeny of bats based on unconstrained searches for a data matrix of 804 non-chimeric, taxonomically updated bat terminals (796 species represented by a single terminal plus three species represented by ≥2 genetically distinct subspecies), able to preliminary test the systematics of most groups simultaneously. We used nine nuclear and mitochondrial DNA sequence… Expand
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