Morphologic-phylogenetic analysis of the late Cenozoic Chlamydini von Teppner (Bivalvia: Pectinidae) of southern South America

María Belén Santelli, Maximiliano J. Alvarez & Claudia J. Del Río
The tribe Chlamydini was highly diversified in the marine Neogene of southern South America, reaching its maximum taxonomic diversity during the Miocene. However, the evolutionary relationships of South American taxa remain uncertain. This is the first phylogenetic analysis based on a large morphological matrix on Pectinidae, which is focusing on South American taxa and species related to Chlamys s. The phylogenetic analysis is based on a matrix composed of 145 shell characters scored for 48...
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