Refining the phylogeny of Crambidae with complete sampling of subfamilies (Lepidoptera, Pyraloidea)

@article{Lger2020RefiningTP,
  title={Refining the phylogeny of Crambidae with complete sampling of subfamilies (Lepidoptera, Pyraloidea)},
  author={Th{\'e}o L{\'e}ger and Richard Mally and Christoph Neinhuis and Matthias Nuss},
  journal={Zoologica Scripta},
  year={2020},
  volume={50},
  pages={84 - 99}
}
Crambidae is a group of moths with more than 10,000 species occurring worldwide that evolved diverse morphological and ecological habits. They can be best recognized by morphological characters of the adult tympanal organ and larval chaetotaxy. We present the first molecular phylogeny of Crambidae including all subfamilies and most tribes. We use available molecular data from two previous studies, and published transcriptomes and genomes, compiling ten genes totalling 11,247 bp. Up to eight… 
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