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Tanaidacean Phylogeny - the Second Step: the Basal Paratanaoidean Families (Crustacea: Malacostraca)

@inproceedings{Bird2009TanaidaceanP,
  title={Tanaidacean Phylogeny - the Second Step: the Basal Paratanaoidean Families (Crustacea: Malacostraca)},
  author={R. J. Bird and K. Larsen},
  year={2009}
}
Received 09.ii.2009, accepted 24.v.2009. Published online at www.arthropod-systematics.de on 25.viii.2009. > Abstract Phylogenetic relationships between the basal (or less derived) families in the tanaidacean superorder Paratanaoidea are examined and their monophyly tested using evidence derived from external morphology. With the genus Zeuxoides from the superfamily Tanaidoidea as outgroup, monophyly is confi rmed for the Paratanaidae, Pseudotanaidae, Pseudozeuxidae, and Typhlotanaidae. The… Expand

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