GODUNKO, Roman J., Pavel SROKA, Tomáš SOLDÁN and Jindřiška BOJKOVÁ. The higher phylogeny of Leptophlebiidae (lnsecta: Ephemeroptera), with description of a new species of Calliarcys Eaton, 1881. ARTHROPOD SYSTEMATICS & PHYLOGENY. vol. 73, No 2, p. 259-280. ISSN 1863-7221. 2015.
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Original name The higher phylogeny of Leptophlebiidae (lnsecta: Ephemeroptera), with description of a new species of Calliarcys Eaton, 1881
Authors GODUNKO, Roman J. (203 Czech Republic, guarantor), Pavel SROKA (203 Czech Republic), Tomáš SOLDÁN (203 Czech Republic) and Jindřiška BOJKOVÁ (203 Czech Republic, belonging to the institution).
Edition ARTHROPOD SYSTEMATICS & PHYLOGENY, 2015, 1863-7221.
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Original language English
Type of outcome Article in a journal
Field of Study 10600 1.6 Biological sciences
Country of publisher Germany
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
Impact factor Impact factor: 1.655
RIV identification code RIV/00216224:14310/15:00084152
Organization unit Faculty of Science
UT WoS 000360875900003
Keywords in English Calliarcyinae; systematics; phylogeny; Asia Minor
Tags AKR, rivok
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Abstract
A detailed morphological description of the adults and larvae of Calliarcys van sp.n., the second representative of the genus Calliarcys Eaton, 1881 is provided, including a differential diagnosis with regard to Calliarcys humilis Eaton, 1881. C. van sp.n. is distinguished in the adult mainly by the colouration of the upper part of male compound eyes, shape of costal process of hind wings, and genitalia; in larvae it is distinguished by the shape of hypopharynx and labium; and by comparatively densely arranged unbranched longitudinal ridges on the exochorion of the fusiform eggs. The generic diagnosis for Calliarcys is re-evaluated and specified. The genus had already previously been proposed to constitute the subfamily Calliarcyinae within Leptophlebiidae, a concept which has not been generally accepted. Now this classification is tested by phylogenetic analysis, for the first time using a set of 20 morphological characters. Ambiguous characters from previous studies are discussed. Leptophlebiinae is confirmed as sister group to all remaining Leptophlebiidae. Calliarcys is revealed as sistergroup of Habrophlebiinae + Atalophlebiinae s.l., thus justifying its classification as a subfamily Calliarcyinae.
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