Phylogeny of Oestridae (Insecta: Diptera)

@article{Pape2001PhylogenyOO,
  title={Phylogeny of Oestridae (Insecta: Diptera)},
  author={Thomas Pape},
  journal={Systematic Entomology},
  year={2001},
  volume={26}
}
The phylogeny of Oestridae was analysed at the generic level using 118 characters from all developmental stages and including morphology, ontogeny, physiology and behaviour. Four major clades were given subfamilial rank with the phylogenetic relationship (Cuterebrinae (Gasterophilinae (Hypodermatinae + Oestrinae))). The subdermal parasites of the African elephant, Neocuterebra squamosa Grünberg and Ruttenia loxodontis Rodhain, had their most probable affiliation subordinate to the clade of… Expand
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