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LEI Xin, , LIAN Zhen-min, LEI Fu-min, *, YIN Zuo-hua, ZHAO Hong-feng. Phylogeny of Some Muscicapinae Genera and Species Inferred from Mitochondrial Gene COI Sequences. Zoological Research, 2007, 28(3): 291-296.
Citation: LEI Xin, , LIAN Zhen-min, LEI Fu-min, *, YIN Zuo-hua, ZHAO Hong-feng. Phylogeny of Some Muscicapinae Genera and Species Inferred from Mitochondrial Gene COI Sequences. Zoological Research, 2007, 28(3): 291-296.

Phylogeny of Some Muscicapinae Genera and Species Inferred from Mitochondrial Gene COI Sequences

  • Received Date: 2006-11-13
  • Rev Recd Date: 1900-01-01
  • Publish Date: 2007-06-22
  • This paper investigates phylogenetic relationships within the Muscicapinae based on analysis of cytochrome oxidase I mitochondrial gene sequences (1 176 bp). Sixteen species representing six of eight putative Muscicapinae genera were analysed, and Dicrurus hottentottus and Lanius isabellinus were selected as outgroups. Phylogenetic trees were reconstructed using the Bayesian (BI), maximumlikelihood (ML) and maximum parsimony (MP) methods. The results suggest that Terpsiphone, Rhipidura and Culicicapa are distant relatives of the other genera of Muscicapinae, and Rhipidura is a close relative of Culicicapa. Muscicapa is a monophyletic taxon, but the phylogenetic relationships of Muscicapa, Niltava and Ficedula are still uncertain. Our results suggest that Muscicapa thalassina should be placed in Niltava. These results resolve the phylogenetic relationships among some genera of Muscicapinae and provide some molecular phylogenetic evidence for taxonomic research of Muscicapinae.
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