Cophylogeny and disparate rates of evolution in sympatric lineages of chewing lice on pocket gophers.

@article{Light2007CophylogenyAD,
  title={Cophylogeny and disparate rates of evolution in sympatric lineages of chewing lice on pocket gophers.},
  author={Jessica E Light and Mark S. Hafner},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2007},
  volume={45 3},
  pages={997-1013}
}
Although molecular-based phylogenetic studies of hosts and parasites are increasingly common in the literature, no study to date has examined two congeneric lineages of parasites that live in sympatry on the same lineage of hosts. This study examines phylogenetic relationships among chewing lice (Phthiraptera: Trichodectidae) of the Geomydoecus coronadoi and Geomydoecus mexicanus species complexes and compares these to phylogenetic patterns in their hosts (pocket gophers of the rodent family… CONTINUE READING

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