Characterization of the mitogenome of Rhammatocerus brasiliensis and phylogenetic analysis of the family Acrididae (Orthoptera)

  title={Characterization of the mitogenome of Rhammatocerus brasiliensis and phylogenetic analysis of the family Acrididae (Orthoptera)},
  author={Igor Costa Amorim and Adriana de Souza Melo and Alexandre Francisco da Silva and Gabriel da Luz Wallau and Rita C Moura},
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Mitogenome of Coprophanaeus ensifer and phylogenetic analysis of the Scarabaeidae family (Coleoptera)
Phylogenetic reconstruction suggests monophyly of the tribe Phanaeini and supports the hypothesis that Coprini is a sister group of Phanaseini, and revealed the position of the tribes Oniticellini which is grouped with Onthophagini and Onitini.


Complete mitochondrial genome of bamboo grasshopper, Ceracris fasciata, and the phylogenetic analyses and divergence time estimation of Caelifera (Orthoptera)
The bamboo grasshopper Ceracris fasciata is regarded as a major pest species because of the damage it causes to bamboo, and its classification within the families and subfamilies of the suborder Caelifera remains unclear using molecular biology methods and analyses, which concluded that the ancestral Acrididae probably originated in the early Paleogene.
The complete mitochondrial genome of Phlaeoba tenebrosa (Orthoptera: Acridoidea: Acrididae)
The complete mitochondrial genome of Phlaeoba tenebrosa was sequenced and found that all tRNA genes could be folded into the typical cloverleaf secondary structure, except trnS(AGN) lacking of the dihydrouridine arm.
Complete Mitochondrial Genome of Gomphocerus sibiricus (Orthoptera: Acrididae) and Comparative Analysis in Four Gomphocerinae Mitogenomes
This paper focused on the comparative analyses of mitogenomes from four Gomphocerinae taxa to find characteristics of nucleotide composition and overlapping and non-coding regions, and compared variable sites in the structure of 22 tRNAs and two rRNAs, and differences in some common conserved elements of A+T rich regions.
The complete mitochondrial genome of Gonista bicolor (Haan) (Orthoptera: Acrididae)
This work first published the complete mitochondrial genome of G. bicolor and uses the 13 protein-coding genes of the species, together with 12 other related species (two species as the outgroup) as PCGs data set, to construct the species phylogenetic tree.
Complete mitochondrial genome of Oxya chinensis (Orthoptera, Acridoidea).
The result of phylogenetic analysis based on the dataset containing 12 concatenated protein sequences confirms the close relationship of O. chinensis with L. migratoria.
300 million years of diversification: elucidating the patterns of orthopteran evolution based on comprehensive taxon and gene sampling
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Evolution, Diversification, and Biogeography of Grasshoppers (Orthoptera: Acrididae)
It is estimated that there have been a number of colonization and recolonization events between the New World and the Old World throughout the diversification of Acrididae, and, thus, the current diversity in any given region is a reflection of this complex history.