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M. Sann et al. 2018

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M. Sann, O. Niehuis, R. S. Peters, C. Mayer, A. Kozlov, L. Podsiadlowski, S. Bank, K. Meusemann, B. Misof, C. Bleidorn, and M. Ohl. 2018. Phylogenomic analysis of Apoidea sheds new light on the sister group of bees. BMC Evolutionary Biology 18:71 [M. Clapham/M. Clapham]
Metadata
ID number:  65735
Created:  2018-05-20 22:20:32
Modified:  2018-05-21 13:20:32
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
Taxonomic names (3)
Taxonomic opinions (17) - view classification
'Ammoplanini was reranked as the family Ammoplanidae and belongs to Apoidea' according to M. Sann et al. 2018
'Ampulicidae belongs to Apoidea' according to M. Sann et al. 2018
'Andrenetae is corrected as Andrenidae and belongs to Anthophila' according to M. Sann et al. 2018
'Anthophila belongs to Apoidea' according to M. Sann et al. 2018
'Apiariae is corrected as Apidae and belongs to Anthophila' according to M. Sann et al. 2018
'Astatinae was reranked as the family Astatidae and belongs to Apoidea' according to M. Sann et al. 2018
'Bembiciles is corrected as Bembicidae and belongs to Apoidea' according to M. Sann et al. 2018
'Colletidae belongs to Anthophila' according to M. Sann et al. 2018
'Crabronites is corrected as Crabronidae and belongs to Apoidea' according to M. Sann et al. 2018
'Halictidae belongs to Anthophila' according to M. Sann et al. 2018
'Megachilidae belongs to Anthophila' according to M. Sann et al. 2018
'Melittidae belongs to Anthophila' according to M. Sann et al. 2018
'Pemphredonidae belongs to Apoidea' according to M. Sann et al. 2018
'Philantores is corrected as Philanthidae and belongs to Apoidea' according to M. Sann et al. 2018
'Psenini was reranked as the family Psenidae and belongs to Apoidea' according to M. Sann et al. 2018
'Sphegimae is corrected as Sphecidae and belongs to Apoidea' according to M. Sann et al. 2018
'Stenotritinae was reranked as the family Stenotritidae and belongs to Anthophila' according to M. Sann et al. 2018