Extended phylogeny of the Craspedida (Choanomonada).

@article{Jeuck2014ExtendedPO,
  title={Extended phylogeny of the Craspedida (Choanomonada).},
  author={Alexandra Jeuck and H. Arndt and F. Nitsche},
  journal={European journal of protistology},
  year={2014},
  volume={50 4},
  pages={
          430-43
        }
}
Currently choanoflagellates are classified into two distinct orders: loricate Acanthoecida and non-loricate Craspedida. The morphologically based taxonomy of the order Craspedida is in need of a revision due to its controversial, paraphyletic and inconsistent systematics and nomenclature. In this study, we add molecular data (SSU and parts of the LSU rDNA) of six new Craspedida species isolated from saline, brackish and freshwater habitats to the existing knowledge. Four of these six organisms… Expand
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