Data from: Molecular phylogeny of the horse flies: a framework for renewing tabanid taxonomy

Shelah I. Morita, Keith M. Bayless, David K. Yeates & Brian M. Wiegmann
Horse flies, family Tabanidae, are the most diverse family-level clade of bloodsucking insects, but their phylogeny has never been thoroughly explored using molecular data. Most adult female Tabanidae feed on nectar and on the blood of various mammals. Traditional horse fly classification tends towards large heterogeneous taxa, which impede much-needed taxonomic work. To guide renewed efforts in the systematics of horse flies and their relatives, we assembled a dataset of 110 exemplar species using nucleotide...
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