Phylogenetic Relationships and Systematic Revision of Central Texas Hemidactyliine Plethodontid Salamanders

@inproceedings{Chippindale2007PhylogeneticRA,
  title={Phylogenetic Relationships and Systematic Revision of Central Texas Hemidactyliine Plethodontid Salamanders},
  author={Paul T. Chippindale and Andrew Price and John J. Wiens and David and M.. and Hillis},
  year={2007}
}
Genetic variation and phylogenetic relationships of central Texas nontransforming spring and cave salamanders, genera Eurycea and Typhlomolge (Plethodontidae: Plethodontinae: Hemidactyliini), were examined using 25 allozyme loci and DNA sequence data for a maximum of 356 bp of the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene. Monophyly of the central Texas hemidactyliines is well supported. High levels of divergence occur among many populations and groups of populations, and there clearly are many more… CONTINUE READING
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