The phylogenetic position of the 'living fossils' Neoglyphea and Laurentaeglyphea (Decapoda: Glypheidea).

@article{BoisselierDubayle2010ThePP,
  title={The phylogenetic position of the 'living fossils' Neoglyphea and Laurentaeglyphea (Decapoda: Glypheidea).},
  author={Marie‐Catherine Boisselier‐Dubayle and C{\'e}line Bonillo and Corinne Cruaud and Arnaud Couloux and Bertrand Richer de Forges and Nicol{\'a}s Vidal},
  journal={Comptes rendus biologies},
  year={2010},
  volume={333 10},
  pages={
          755-9
        }
}
The Glypheidea is a group of lobster-like decapods that appeared in the Triassic and that was thought to be extinct until 1975, when a specimen of the species Neoglyphea inopinata was caught off the Philippines. More recently, in 2005, a specimen of another glypheid species, Laurentaeglyphea neocaledonica, was discovered near New Caledonia. Here, we construct a decapod molecular data set including the two extant glypheid species sequenced from eight nuclear and mitochondrial genes. Our study… 
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