Data from: Phylogenetic divergences of the true bugs (Insecta: Hemiptera: Heteroptera), with emphasis on the aquatic lineages: the last piece of the aquatic insect jigsaw originated in the Late Permian/Early Triassic

Yan-Hui Wang, Ying Cui, Dávid Rédei, Petr Baňař, Qiang Xie, Pavel Štys, Jakob Damgaard, Ping-Ping Chen, Wen-Bo Yi, Ying Wang, Kai Dang, Chuan-Ren Li & Wen-Jun Bu
Heteroptera are among the most diverse hemimetabolous insects. Seven infraorders have been recognized within this suborder of Hemiptera. Apart from the well-established sister-group relationship between Cimicomorpha and Pentatomomorpha (= Terheteroptera), the two terminal lineages, the relationships among the other five infraorders are still controversial, of which three (Gerromorpha, Nepomorpha and Leptopodomorpha) are intimately connected to aquatic environments. However, the various and often conflicting available phylogeny hypotheses do not offer a clear background for a connection...
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