Phylogenetic classification of bony fishes

@article{BetancurR2017PhylogeneticCO,
  title={Phylogenetic classification of bony fishes},
  author={Ricardo Betancur-R and Edward O. Wiley and Gloria Arratia and Arturo Acero and Nicolas Bailly and Masaki Miya and Guillaume Lecointre and Guillermo Ort{\'i}},
  journal={BMC Evolutionary Biology},
  year={2017},
  volume={17}
}
BackgroundFish classifications, as those of most other taxonomic groups, are being transformed drastically as new molecular phylogenies provide support for natural groups that were unanticipated by previous studies. A brief review of the main criteria used by ichthyologists to define their classifications during the last 50 years, however, reveals slow progress towards using an explicit phylogenetic framework. Instead, the trend has been to rely, in varying degrees, on deep-rooted anatomical… Expand
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