TITLE

Phylogenetic relationships within hump-winged grigs, Cyphoderris (Insecta, Orthoptera, Tettigonioidea, Haglidae)

AUTHOR(S)
Kumala, M.; McLennan, D. A.; Brooks, D. R.; Mason, A. C.
PUB. DATE
July 2005
SOURCE
Canadian Journal of Zoology;Jul2005, Vol. 83 Issue 7, p1003
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The genus Cyphoderris, or hump-winged grigs, is represented by three species of cold-adapted, acoustic Ensifera with a geographic distribution that is generally restricted to the high-elevation coniferous forests of western North America. A phylogenetic analysis based on 29 morphological and 3 behavioural characters produced one tree, (C. buckelli (C. strepitans, C. monstrosa)) with a consistency index of 1.0. We discuss possible explanations for the observation that almost all of the autapomorphic change was concentrated in C. monstrosa.
ACCESSION #
18288004

 

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