On the divergence of Psocidae (Psocodea, Psocomorpha): fossils or biogeography?

@inproceedings{Palacios2018OnTD,
  title={On the divergence of Psocidae (Psocodea, Psocomorpha): fossils or biogeography?},
  author={Cristian Rom{\'a}n Palacios and Ranulfo gonz{\'A}lez Obando and Yherson Franchesco Molina Henao},
  year={2018}
}
With more than 900 valid species, Psocidae is the most diverse family of psocodeans. Even though the availability of molecular has allowed hypothesizing on the phylogenetic relations for the different lineages, the evolutionary timing is still poorly discussed and the influence of intrinsic and extrinsic factors on their diversification is hitherto unknown. In this paper, we aim to test the temporal congruence of three evidences (i.e., two fossils and one biogeographical constraint), and… CONTINUE READING

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