Molecular phylogeny of siboglinid annelids (a.k.a. pogonophorans): a review

@article{Halanych2004MolecularPO,
  title={Molecular phylogeny of siboglinid annelids (a.k.a. pogonophorans): a review},
  author={Kenneth M. Halanych},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2004},
  volume={535-536},
  pages={297-307}
}
Siboglinid, or pogonophoran, annelids are tubicolous worms that rely on chemoautotrophic endosymbionts for nutrition. Three clades within the siboglinids are recognized: Frenulata, Vestimentifera, and Monilifera. As a group, these worms have received considerable attention from molecular phylogenetists. Most studies have focused either on the evolutionary origins of the group or on the relationships within vestimentiferans, which live at hydrocarbon seeps and hydrothermal vents. Here I review… 

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