Problems with DNA barcodes for species delimitation: ‘Ten species’ of Astraptes fulgerator reassessed (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae)

@article{Brower2006ProblemsWD,
  title={Problems with DNA barcodes for species delimitation: ‘Ten species’ of Astraptes fulgerator reassessed (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae)},
  author={A. Brower},
  journal={Systematics and Biodiversity},
  year={2006},
  volume={4},
  pages={127 - 132}
}
  • A. Brower
  • Published 2006
  • Biology
  • Systematics and Biodiversity
Abstract Hebert and colleagues (2004) used a short region of the mitochondrial Cytochrome oxidase subunit I gene as a delimiter for ten putative species from among 466 individuals of the skipper butterfly currently known as Astraptes fulgerator from Guanacaste, Costa Rica. Their data are reanalysed to assess cluster stability and clade support using Neighbor‐Joining bootstrap, population aggregation analysis and cladistic haplotype analysis. At least three, but not more than seven mtDNA clades… Expand
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