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A new hypothesis of decapod phylogeny (2003) | …

This project intended to use nuclear protein-coding genes (PEPCK, NAK) to resolve inner-node relationships among the major shrimp-like decapod lineages including Sergestoidea, Caridea, Penaeoidea, Stenopodidea and Procarididea. We planned to use these genes to support a relationship between the pleocyemate taxa Stenopodidea, Procarididea, and Caridea. We wanted to highlight monophyletic and polyphyletic assemblages, while also examining congruence or incongruence between past and present hypotheses of evolution in shrimp-like decapods. PEPCK and NAK, protein-coding genes were intended to solve inner-node discrepancies, however they have yet to be resolved. However, here we present the first molecular phylogeny for shrimp-like decapods, including all major lineages. We combined nuclear and mitochondrial sequences, to investigate the relationships among 3 pleocyemate infraorders, 2 dendrobranchiate superfamilies, 35 families, 81 genera, and 107 species.


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