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Systematics and Taxonomy of Australian Mesostoinae on Kangaroo Island using next generation sequencing (Braconidae: Mesostoinae).

Shannon P. Tetley (University of Adelaide); Erinn P. Fagan-Jeffries (University of Adelaide & South Australian Museum); Richard V. Glatz (University of Adelaide & South Australian Museum & D’Estrees Entomology and Science Services). The subfamily Mesostoinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) has historically been poorly understood, with challenging morphology and many poorly resolved phylogenies. There are six endemic Australian genera currently known, …

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Reconciling incongruence and implications for taxonomy/systematics in the phylogenomic era.

Francis J. Nge (Institut de Recherche pour le Développement and National Herbarium of New South Wales, Botanic Gardens of Sydney). Incongruence could arise through different datasets (e.g. molecular vs. morphological or nuclear vs organellar), analytical methods (e.g., concatenated vs. coalescent), and even across different genes in the phylogenomic era. Conflicting results from any of these would …

Reconciling incongruence and implications for taxonomy/systematics in the phylogenomic era. Read More »

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