Phylogenetic Relationships, Evolution of Broodcare Behavior, and Geographic Speciation in the Wrasse Tribe Labrini

@article{Hanel2002PhylogeneticRE,
  title={Phylogenetic Relationships, Evolution of Broodcare Behavior, and Geographic Speciation in the Wrasse Tribe Labrini 
},
  author={Reinhold Hanel and Mark W. Westneat and Christian Sturmbauer},
  journal={Journal of Molecular Evolution},
  year={2002},
  volume={55},
  pages={776-789}
}
The family Labridae is a large assemblage of marine fish composed of about 580 species in 82 genera distributed in tropical and temperate marine waters around the world. Several subgroups, currently classified as tribes, have been identified in this large family, yet only a few phylogenetic analyses have been performed on labrid clades. We confirm monophyly of the labrid tribe Labrini and propose a phylogeny of the 23 species of the genera Acantholabrus, Centrolabras, Ctenolabrus, Labrus… 
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