Systematics of the Eucestoda: advances toward a new phylogenetic paradigm, and observations on the early diversification of tapeworms and vertebrates

@article{Hoberg2004SystematicsOT,
  title={Systematics of the Eucestoda: advances toward a new phylogenetic paradigm, and observations on the early diversification of tapeworms and vertebrates},
  author={Eric P. Hoberg},
  journal={Systematic Parasitology},
  year={2004},
  volume={42},
  pages={1-12}
}
  • E. Hoberg
  • Published 2004
  • Biology
  • Systematic Parasitology
Evolutionary relationships of the Eucestoda have received intense but sporadic attention over the past century. Since 1996, the landscape has dramatically changed with respect to our knowledge of the phylogenetic relationships among the tapeworms. The 2nd International Workshop for Tapeworm Systematics (IWTS) held in Lincoln, Nebraska in October of that year provided the catalyst for development of novel hypotheses for inter- and intra-ordinal phylogeny. The working-group structure of the 2nd… 
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