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AuthorsD.L.J. Quicke, S. Manzari, C. van Achterberg
TitleThe systematic placement of Afrocampsis van Achterberg & Quicke (Hymenoptera: Braconidae): molecular and morphological evidence indicate that it belongs to Helconinae s.l. not Sigalphinae
JournalZoologische Mededelingen
Volume76, 17-24
KeywordsBraconidae; Sigalphinae; Helconinae; Diospilini; Afrocampsis; Canalicephalus; Urosigalphus; phylogeny; biology; morphology; convergence; 28S rDNA
AbstractThe D2 expansion region of 28S rDNA and the smaller D3 region of Afrocampsis griseosetosus van Achterberg & Quicke, 1990, were analysed. Molecular and morphological evidence indicate that Afrocampsis is the sister group of Urosigalphus + Canalicephalus (forming a separate clade close to the tribe Diospilini) or that it is associated with a group of the subfamily Helconinae s.s.
Document typearticle
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