Kaindipsocinae is a sister taxon to the rest of Psocidae (Insecta:Psocodea:'Psocoptera')

  title={Kaindipsocinae is a sister taxon to the rest of Psocidae (Insecta:Psocodea:'Psocoptera')},
  author={Kazunori Yoshizawa and Emilie C. Bess and Kevin P. Johnson},
  journal={Invertebrate Systematics},
The systematic status of Kaindipsocinae (formerly Kaindipsocini) is revised based on morphology of the male terminalia and on molecular data. The genera Clematostigma, Lasiopsocus and Tanystigma are newly assigned to this subfamily. The ‘Blaste’ lunulata species-group is also placed within Kaindipsocinae and is probably closest to Kaindipsocus. Both morphological and molecular data provide strong support for monophyly of Kaindipsocinae and molecular data support a sister relationship between… 
A new Neotropical genus of Blastini (Psocodea: 'Psocoptera': Psocidae: Amphigerontiinae).
A monotypic genus of Psocidae from Santiago de Cali, Colombia, which differs from Chaetopsocidus Badonnel, from the Páramo de Monserrate, near Bogotá, in having setae on the forewing veins.
Uncovering the diversity of the neotropical genus Elaphopsocus ('Psocoptera': Psocidae: Amphigerontiinae): from one to ten species.
Three new species from the East Colombian high Andes are described, including a new species of neotropical psocids from Brazil and Colombia.
The genus Elaphopsocus Roesler (Psocodea: 'Psocoptera': Psocidae) with six new species from Brazil and Colombia.
Six new species of Elaphopsocus Roesler from Brazil and Colombia are described and illustrated and based on the structure of the male hypandrium and phallosome three species groups are recognized in Elaphopsis.
Elaphopsocoides, a new genus of Psocidae (Psocodea: ´Psocoptera´) from Valle del Cauca, Colombia.
Two new species of Elaphopsocoides n. gen. from Valle del Cauca, Colombia, are here described and illustrated. The new genus is related to Elaphopsocus Roesler, but differs from it mostly in the
Atrichadenotecnum multispinosus sp. n. (Psocoptera: Psocidae) from southwestern China, with new synonyms and new combinations from Psocomesites and Clematostigma.
Atrichadenotecnum multispinosus sp. n. is described from southwestern China. Psocomesites and Clematostigma from China are discussed, with five species transferred to Atrichadenotecnum and four
On the divergence of Psocidae (Psocodea, Psocomorpha): fossils or biogeography?
It is found that family Psocidae likely diverged during the Mesozoic – Paleozoic transition and the subsequent splits of the major sub-lineages occurred in a short time interval between 68 to 77 Mya, which correspond to diversification shifts in multiple angiosperm lineages and the increase in global temperature.
New records of Dictyopsocus pennicornis (Burmeister) (Psocodea 'Psocoptera': Psocidae: Psocinae)
Abstract. First records of Dictyopsocus pennicornis (Burmeister), in the northeastern Brazilian states of Bahia, Ceara and Paraiba, are presented, with biogeographic comments. Novos registros de
Historical biogeography of Thyrsophorini psocids and description of a new neotropical species of Thyrsopsocopsis (Psocodea: Psocomorpha: Psocidae)
In these analyses, the position of Cycetes (Cycetini) and Thyrsopsocopsis among Thyrsophorini psocids is well resolved, suggesting a dispersal event from the Neotropics for both genera.
Decolonizing Psocopteran Systematics: Holarctic Lineages Cannot Inform Diversity and Evolution in Tropics
Leveraging the largest phylogeny of the Psocidae, this study pinpoints the downfalls of simply extending taxonomic knowledge from lineages of a certain area to inform diversity and evolution of lineages in other regions.


Ststematic revision of the Japanese species of the subfamily Amphigerontiinae (Psocodea : 'Psocoptera' : Psocidae)
Title Ststematic revision of the Japanese species of the subfamily Amphigerontiinae (Psocodea : 'Psocoptera' : Psocidae) Author(s) Yoshizawa, Kazunori; Yoshizawa, Kazunori Citation Insecta
A reappraisal of 'Clematostigma' Enderlein with notes on related genera (Psocoptera: Psocidae)
'Clematostigma' Enderlein is redefined and compared with other genera of the 'Copostigma-Clematostigma-Ptycra-Maheella' complex. Each is defined as far as available data allow and species for each
The Psocidae (Insecta:Psocoptera) of New Guinea, including a New Coleopteriform Genus from High on Mount Wilhelm
Twenty-four species of the family Psocidae (Psocoptera) are listed for New Guinea; four new genera and 19 new species are described and keys to genera and species provided. One of the new genera,
Two new species that are likely to represent the most basal clade of the genus Trichadenotecnum (Psocoptera: Psocidae)
Two new Trichadenotecnum species were described from Japan and were considered to compose a monophyletic group newly defined here as the corniculum group, which was considered to represent the basal most clade of the genus TrichADN.
Phylogeny and higher classification of suborder Psocomorpha (Insecta: Psocodea: 'Psocoptera')
Based on the results of the cladistic analysis, a higher classification for Psocomorpha is proposed and six infraorders (two new − Archipsocetae, HemipsOCetae − and the four aforementioned) are recognized.
The Psocoptera of tropical South East Asia
This book is a synopsis of the insect order Psocoptera in tropical southeast Asia up 2005. Keys to families and genera facilitate recognition of all reported taxa from the region, and notes are given
Adult integumental morphology of the suborder Psocomorpha (Psocodea: 'Psocoptera') was examined, and homologies and transformation series of characters throughout the sub order and PsocopterA were discussed.
Systematics and biogeography of the New World species of Trichadenotecnum Enderlein (Insecta: Psocodea: ‘Psocoptera’: Psocidae)
Based on the phylogenetic hypothesis and distributional pattern of the species groups, the biogeographical history of the New World Trichadenotecnum is discussed and trees from these analyses support monophyly of TrichADCnum and the proposed species groups.
Morphology of male genitalia in lice and their relatives and phylogenetic implications
This is the first study to provide morphological support for the polyphyly of lice and relatives based on morphological characters that are independent from the selective pressures of a parasitic lifestyle.