Reevaluation of the Phylogeny of the Ephemeroptera Infraorder Pannota (Furcatergalia), with Adjustments to Higher Classification

@inproceedings{Jacobus2006ReevaluationOT,
  title={Reevaluation of the Phylogeny of the Ephemeroptera Infraorder Pannota (Furcatergalia), with Adjustments to Higher Classification},
  author={Luke M. Jacobus and W. P. Mccafferty},
  year={2006}
}
Abstract Phylogeny of the cosmopolitan Ephemeroptera infraorder Pannota (Furcatergalia) is revised based on analysis of 46 characters from 34 Operational Taxonomic Units under the parsimony criterion of PAUP*, with Rhoenanthus Eaton (Scapphodonta: Potamanthidae) as an outgroup. Phylogenetic sequencing conventions were applied to the most parsimonious tree that was derived from this analysis. The resultant changes in classification include placing Philolimnias Hong, a monobasic genus from Eocene… 
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