Incomplete sampling, outgroups, and phylogenetic inaccuracy: a case study of the Greenside Darter complex (Percidae: Etheostomablennioides).

@article{Piller2009IncompleteSO,
  title={Incomplete sampling, outgroups, and phylogenetic inaccuracy: a case study of the Greenside Darter complex (Percidae: Etheostomablennioides).},
  author={Kyle R Piller and Henry L. Bart},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2009},
  volume={53 1},
  pages={340-4}
}
The freshwater fish fauna of eastern North America is remarkable for its high species diversity (Mayden, 1992; Etnier and Starnes, 1993; Boschung and Mayden, 2004). One of the most diverse and well studied groups of freshwater fishes in this region are the darters (Teleostei: Percidae), which continue to be of high interest to evolutionary biologists and ecologists alike (Page, 1983; Bart and Page, 1992; Near, 2002). The greenside darter, Etheostoma blennioides, is one of the most widely… CONTINUE READING

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