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Lice can be tremendously useful. For instance, the high but not perfect specificity of several different species of lice allows to use information about their phylogeny to infer some information about the phylogenies of their host species. Some of the … Continue reading
An article, Neogastropod phylogenetic relationships based on entire mitochondrial genomes, was published by Regina L Cunha, Cristina Grande and Rafael Zardoya in BMC Evolutionary Biology in 2009. It contains multiple phylogenetic trees, with thumbnail images added to represent inhabitants of individual branches. The … Continue reading