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Phylogenomics and the evolution of hemipteroid insects

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Title: Phylogenomics and the evolution of hemipteroid insects
Authors: Johnson, Kevin P. Browse this author
Dietrich, Christopher H. Browse this author
Friedrich, Frank Browse this author
Beutel, Rolf G. Browse this author
Wipfler, Benjamin Browse this author
Peters, Ralph S. Browse this author
Allen, Julie M. Browse this author
Petersen, Malte Browse this author
Donath, Alexander Browse this author
Walden, Kimberly K. O. Browse this author
Kozlov, Alexey M. Browse this author
Podsiadlowski, Lars Browse this author
Mayer, Christoph Browse this author
Meusemann, Karen Browse this author
Vasilikopoulos, Alexandros Browse this author
Waterhouse, Robert M. Browse this author
Cameron, Stephen L. Browse this author
Weirauch, Christiane Browse this author
Swanson, Daniel R. Browse this author
Percy, Diana M. Browse this author
Hardy, Nate B. Browse this author
Terry, Irene Browse this author
Liu, Shanlin Browse this author
Zhou, Xin Browse this author
Misof, Bernhard Browse this author
Robertson, Hugh M. Browse this author
Yoshizawa, Kazunori Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Keywords: phylogeny
Issue Date: 11-Dec-2018
Publisher: National Academy of Sciences
Journal Title: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Volume: 115
Issue: 50
Start Page: 12775
End Page: 12780
Publisher DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1815820115
PMID: 30478043
Abstract: Hemipteroid insects (Paraneoptera), with over 10% of all known insect diversity, are a major component of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. Previous phylogenetic analyses have not consistently resolved the relationships among major hemipteroid lineages. We provide maximum likelihood-based phylogenomic analyses of a taxonomically comprehensive dataset comprising sequences of 2,395 single-copy, protein-coding genes for 193 samples of hemipteroid insects and outgroups. These analyses yield a well-supported phylogeny for hemipteroid insects. Monophyly of each of the three hemipteroid orders (Psocodea, Thysanoptera, and Hemiptera) is strongly supported, as are most relationships among suborders and families. Thysanoptera (thrips) is strongly supported as sister to Hemiptera. However, as in a recent large-scale analysis sampling all insect orders, trees from our data matrices support Psocodea (bark lice and parasitic lice) as the sister group to the holometabolous insects (those with complete metamorphosis). In contrast, four-cluster likelihood mapping of these data does not support this result. A molecular dating analysis using 23 fossil calibration points suggests hemipteroid insects began diversifying before the Carboniferous, over 365 million years ago. We also explore implications for understanding the timing of diversification, the evolution of morphological traits, and the evolution of mitochondrial genome organization. These results provide a phylogenetic framework for future studies of the group.
Type: article (author version)
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