Morphological and molecular characterisation of Paranoplocephala ...

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Morphological and molecular characterisation of Paranoplocephala ...

Syst Parasitol (2007) 66:55–71 59665052601009410 changesParanoplocephala blanchardiParanoplocephala primordialisDiandrya composita100 Paranoplocephala macrocephalaParanoplocephala omphalodesParanoplocephala kalelaiParanoplocephala etholeni100 Paranoplocephala buryatiensis n.sp.100 Paranoplocephala buryatiensis n.sp.100 Paranoplocephala longivaginataParanoplocephala longivaginata100 Paranoplocephala alternataParanoplocephala arcticaParanoplocephala fellmani99 Anoplocephaloides variabilisParanoplocephala krebsiParanoplocephala oeconomiAnoplocephaloides lemmi52Paranoplocephala nordenskioeldiParanoplocephala gracilisParanoplocephala serrata5850Anoplocephaloides dentata74Anoplocephaloides kontrimavichusiAndrya rhopalocephalaNeandrya cuniculi98 Anoplocephala magnaAnoplocephala perfoliataMonoecocestus americanusMoniezia sp.89Moniezia expansaMoniezia benedeniProgamotaenia ewersiProgamotaenia macropodisMosgovoyia pectinataRodentolepis nanaHymenolepididaeHymenolepis diminutaEchinococcus multilocularisEchinococcus granulosusTaeniidaeTaenia asiaticaTaenia soliumParanoplocephalasensu strictoFig. 1 Strict consensus phylogram and approximate hostranges of three equally parsimonious topologies resultingfrom the phylogenetic analysis of the COI sequencealignment. Numbers above or below nodes are percentagesof 1,000 nonparametric bootstrap pseudoreplicates. Nodesrecovered in < 50% of pseudoreplicates are not shown123

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