2018
DOI: 10.1590/1982-0224-20180016
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Phylogenetic relationships of the family Tarumaniidae (Characiformes) based on nuclear and mitochondrial data

Abstract: Characiformes is an order of freshwater fishes that includes many commercially important and emblematic species from South America and Africa, such as the popular piranhas, hatchetfishes, African tiger fishes and tetras. The order is split into two suborders with a total of 24 families, 282 genera and ca. 2,100 species. Here, we present an expanded phylogeny of characiform fishes, including data for 520 species and three genes (12S, 16S and RAG1), and the recently described family Tarumaniidae, which has not b… Show more

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“…; Arcila et al. ). Among the newly sequenced data, two species had to be excluded due to cross‐contamination detected by analyses of COI sequences (barcodes) obtained with the exon‐capture probe set.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 98%
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“…; Arcila et al. ). Among the newly sequenced data, two species had to be excluded due to cross‐contamination detected by analyses of COI sequences (barcodes) obtained with the exon‐capture probe set.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…This expanded taxonomic sampling consists of 321 individuals representing 318 distinct species-level taxa, of which 206 are characiforms (173 genera), 21 are cypriniforms (21 genera), 13 are gymnotiforms (10 genera), and 78 are siluriforms (77 genera). The order Characiformes is represented by 23 (out of 24) families; the only family not sampled here is the Neotropical and monotypic Tarumaniidae, hypothesized to be the sister group of Erythrinidae (de Pinna et al 2017;Arcila et al 2018). Among the newly sequenced data, two species had to be excluded due to cross-contamination detected by analyses of COI sequences (barcodes) obtained with the exon-capture probe set.…”
Section: Sequencingmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Lebiasinidae was formerly considered to be phylogenetically related to Erythrinidae, Ctenoluciidae, and Hepsetidae, due to sharing of some particular morphological similarities (Buckup, 1998). Nonetheless, more recent robust molecular phylogenetic analyses indicated that Erythrinidae and Hepsetidae are in fact not closely related to Lebiasinidae; instead, the close relationship between Lebiasinidae and Ctenoluciidae was demonstrated (Arcila et al, 2017; Arcila et al, 2018). However, while providing significant advances to this issue, these relationships still require complementary studies for the comprehensive understanding of the evolutionary history among its evolutionary lineages.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The following Datasets were prepared for downstream analyses ( 74 and concatenated in SequenceMatrix 75 to produce one sequence for each representative species. Concatenated sequences are useful to overcome sampling error and missing data, and can show accuracy in generating taxonomic topologies [76][77][78] .…”
Section: Selection Of Target Regionsmentioning
confidence: 99%