Congruence between comparative morphology and molecular phylogenies: the final stage of evolution of the skeletal characters of male genitalia in the subtribe Polyommatina (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). Part 2. Uncus and subunci

@article{Korzeev2017CongruenceBC,
  title={Congruence between comparative morphology and molecular phylogenies: the final stage of evolution of the skeletal characters of male genitalia in the subtribe Polyommatina (Lepidoptera, Lycaenidae). Part 2. Uncus and subunci},
  author={A. I. Korzeev and A. Stekolnikov},
  journal={Entomological Review},
  year={2017},
  volume={97},
  pages={1031-1047}
}
The morphology of the male terminalia (uncus and subunci) was studied in 39 species of the subtribe Polyommatina (Lycaenidae). Traces of nine established characters were mapped on the molecular phylogeny of the subtribe proposed by Talavera et al. (2013). The ancestral character states for these morphological structures were established in Plebejus s. l. and Polyommatus s. l. According to the time calibration of the proposed molecular tree, the studied skeletal structures (uncus and subunci… Expand
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