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Complete tribal sampling reveals basal split in Muscidae (Diptera), confirms saprophagy as ancestral feeding mode, and reveals an evolutionary correlation between instar numbers and carnivory.
S. N. Kutty
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution
Corpus ID: 22028030
With about 5000 species in ca. 180 genera, the Muscidae is the most species-rich family in the muscoid grade of Calyptratae…
An annotated catalogue of the Muscidae (Diptera) of Siberia.
Corpus ID: 87822878
An annotated catalogue of the Muscidae (Diptera) of Siberia is given. The catalogue contains taxonomic and geographic information…
The Muscidae (Diptera) of Vanuatu.
Márcia Souto Couri
Adrian C. Pont
Corpus ID: 87567182
The Muscidae of Vanuatu are reviewed. All the genera and recorded species are diagnosed and an identification key is given. The…
Systematics of Thricops and phylogeny of the Azeliini (Diptera:Muscidae)
Corpus ID: 87917449
A phylogenetic analysis of the tribe Azeliini (Muscidae) was conducted, as well as a revision and phylogenetic analysis of the…
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