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Phylogeny and geographical distribution of the genus boettcherisca diptera sarcophagidae

, : Phylogeny and geographical distribution of the genus boettcherisca diptera sarcophagidae. Japanese Journal of Medical Science & Biology 37(1): 27-34

The phylogeny of Boettcherisca Rohdendorf was investigated by numerical techniques. The phenetic and phyletic dendrograms were obtained by mean character difference (MCD) and Russell and Rao's coefficient (SRR) proximity analyses and unweighted pair-group (UPGA) cluster analysis, and then related to the classification of the species group and the geographical distribution of the group. Two monophyletic and 1 paraphyletic groups were recognized: B. peregrina group, B. septentrionalis group and B. karnyi group, respectively. A biological evolution was postulated commencing with a hypothetical ancestor having occurred in Sundaland [Indonesia] and involving 2 lines of specialization, the B. peregrina group found in and around Sundaland and the B. septentrionalis group in Far East, Walacea and Papualand. On the basis of the cladogram and the present geographical distribution, a Sundaland origin was postulated for the genus.


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