2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0074-02762008000300002
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Biological and genetic aspects of experimental hybrids from species of the Phyllosoma complex (Hemiptera: Reduviidae: Triatominae)

Abstract: The present work is a thorough investigation of the degree of reproductive isolation between

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“…Similarly, all F1 offspring of crosses involving M. bassolsae and most specimens of the second generation displayed most of the typical characteristics of the four species (M. pallidipennis, M. longipennis, M. picturatus and M. phyllosomus) crossed with it, as did previously reported specimens resulting from crosses between M. bassolsae and M. mazzottii (Martínez-Ibarra et al 2008b (Martínez-Ibarra et al 2008b). Our findings support a model in which different degrees of reproductive isolation exist among the species of Meccus involved in this study, and M. phyllosomus is more reproductively isolated from the other five species of Meccus than is M. bassolsae.…”
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“…Similarly, all F1 offspring of crosses involving M. bassolsae and most specimens of the second generation displayed most of the typical characteristics of the four species (M. pallidipennis, M. longipennis, M. picturatus and M. phyllosomus) crossed with it, as did previously reported specimens resulting from crosses between M. bassolsae and M. mazzottii (Martínez-Ibarra et al 2008b (Martínez-Ibarra et al 2008b). Our findings support a model in which different degrees of reproductive isolation exist among the species of Meccus involved in this study, and M. phyllosomus is more reproductively isolated from the other five species of Meccus than is M. bassolsae.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 82%
“…Similar results were obtained when M. mazzottii were crossed with specimens of the other four species of the Phyllosoma group, with the exception of M. bassolsae (Martínez-Ibarra et al 2008b).…”
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confidence: 77%
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