INVESTIGADORES
FAIVOVICH Julian
artículos
Título:
The phylogeny of Dendropsophini
Autor/es:
ORRICO, V.G.D.; GRANT, TARAN; FAIVOVICH, J.; RIVERA-CORREA, MAURICIO; RADA, M. A.; LYRA, M. L.; CASSINI, C.S.; VALDUJO, P.H.; SCHARGEL, W.L.; MACHADO, D.J.; WHEELER, W.C.; BARRIO-AMORÓS, C.L.; LOEBMANN, D.; MORAVEC, J.; ZINA, J.; SOLÉ, M.; STURARO, M. J.; PELOSO, P. L. V.; SUAREZ, P.; HADDAD, C. F. B.
Revista:
CLADISTICS (PRINT)
Editorial:
WILEY-BLACKWELL PUBLISHING, INC
Referencias:
Lugar: Londres; Año: 2021 vol. 37 p. 73 - 73
ISSN:
0748-3007
Resumen:
The relationships of the hyline tribe Dendropsophini remain poorly studied, with most published analyses dealing with few ofthe species groups of Dendropsophus. In order to test the monophyly of Dendropsophini, its genera, and the species groups currentlyrecognized in Dendropsophus, we performed a total evidence phylogenetic analysis. The molecular dataset includedsequences of three mitochondrial and five nuclear genes from 210 terminals, including 12 outgroup species, the two species ofXenohyla, and 93 of the 108 recognized species of Dendropsophus. The phenomic dataset includes 46 terminals, one per species(34 Dendropsophus, one Xenohyla, and 11 outgroup species). Our results corroborate the monophyly of Dendropsophini and thereciprocal monophyly of Dendropsophus and Xenohyla. Some species groups of Dendropsophus are paraphyletic (the D. microcephalus,D. minimus, and D. parviceps groups, and the D. rubicundulus clade). On the basis of our results, we recognize ninespecies groups; for three of them (D. leucophyllatus, D. microcephalus, and D. parviceps groups) we recognize some nominalclades to highlight specific morphology or relationships and facilitate species taxonomy. We further discuss the evolution ofoviposition site selection, where our results show multiple instances of independent evolution of terrestrial egg clutches duringthe evolutionary history of Dendropsophus.