Mitochondrial phylogenomics of Hemiptera reveals adaptive innovations driving the diversification of true bugs

@article{Li2017MitochondrialPO,
  title={Mitochondrial phylogenomics of Hemiptera reveals adaptive innovations driving the diversification of true bugs},
  author={Hu Li and John M. Leavengood and Eric G. Chapman and Daniel Burkhardt and Fan Song and Pei Jiang and Jinpeng Liu and Xuguo Joe Zhou and Wanzhi Cai},
  journal={Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences},
  year={2017},
  volume={284}
}
  • Hu Li, J. Leavengood, +6 authors W. Cai
  • Published 2017
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
Hemiptera, the largest non-holometabolous order of insects, represents approximately 7% of metazoan diversity. With extraordinary life histories and highly specialized morphological adaptations, hemipterans have exploited diverse habitats and food sources through approximately 300 Myr of evolution. To elucidate the phylogeny and evolutionary history of Hemiptera, we carried out the most comprehensive mitogenomics analysis on the richest taxon sampling to date covering all the suborders and… Expand
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