Systematic relationships of five newly sequenced cervid species

@inproceedings{Heckeberg2016SystematicRO,
  title={Systematic relationships of five newly sequenced cervid species},
  author={Nicola S. Heckeberg and Dirk Erpenbeck and Gert W{\"o}rheide and Gertrud Elisabeth R{\"o}ssner},
  booktitle={PeerJ},
  year={2016}
}
Cervid phylogenetics has been puzzling researchers for over 150 years. In recent decades, molecular systematics has provided new input for both the support and revision of the previous results from comparative anatomy but has led to only partial consensus. Despite all of the efforts to reach taxon-wide species sampling over the last two decades, a number of cervid species still lack molecular data because they are difficult to access in the wild. By extracting ancient DNA from museum specimens… CONTINUE READING
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