Phylogenetic placement of enigmatic percomorph families (Teleostei: Percomorphaceae).

@article{Sanciangco2016PhylogeneticPO,
  title={Phylogenetic placement of enigmatic percomorph families (Teleostei: Percomorphaceae).},
  author={Millicent D Sanciangco and K. Carpenter and R. Betancur-R},
  journal={Molecular phylogenetics and evolution},
  year={2016},
  volume={94 Pt B},
  pages={
          565-576
        }
}
Percomorphs are a large and diverse group of spiny-finned fishes that have come to be known as the "bush at the top" due to their persistent lack of phylogenetic resolution. Recently, the broader Euteleost Tree of Life project (EToL) inferred a well-supported phylogenetic hypothesis that groups the diversity of percomorphs into nine well-supported series (supraordinal groups): Ophidiaria, Batrachoidaria, Gobiaria, Syngnatharia, Pelagiaria, Anabantaria, Carangaria, Ovalentaria, and Eupercaria… Expand
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