Fulfilling the taxonomic consequence after DNA Barcoding: Carychium panamaense sp. n. (Eupulmonata, Ellobioidea, Carychiidae) from Panama is described using computed tomographic (CT) imaging

Published on Nov 5, 2018in ZooKeys1.143
· DOI :10.3897/zookeys.795.29339
Adrienne Jochum6
Estimated H-index: 6
Bernhard Ruthensteiner2
Estimated H-index: 2
+ 3 AuthorsAdrien Favre1
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#1Adrienne JochumH-Index: 6
Last. Marian KampschulteH-Index: 16
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Three new species of the genus Carychium O.F. Muller, 1773, Carychium hardiei Jochum & Weigand, sp. n., Carychium belizeense Jochum & Weigand, sp. n. and Carychium zarzaae Jochum & Weigand, sp. n. are described from the Southeastern United States, Belize and Panama, respectively. In two consecu-tive molecular phylogenetic studies of worldwide members of Carychiidae, the North and Central American morphospecies Carychium mexicanum Pilsbry, 1891 and Carychium costaricanum E. von Martens, 1898 were...
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#1Alexander M. Weigand (Goethe University Frankfurt)H-Index: 12
#2Adrienne Jochum (Goethe University Frankfurt)H-Index: 6
Last. Annette Klussmann-Kolb (Goethe University Frankfurt)H-Index: 19
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Background Current biodiversity patterns are considered largely the result of past climatic and tectonic changes. In an integrative approach, we combine taxonomic and phylogenetic hypotheses to analyze temporal and geographic diversification of epigean (Carychium) and subterranean (Zospeum) evolutionary lineages in Carychiidae (Eupulmonata, Ellobioidea). We explicitly test three hypotheses: 1) morphospecies encompass unrecognized evolutionary lineages, 2) limited dispersal results in a close gen...
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#2Susan E. Cameron (UQ: University of Queensland)H-Index: 9
Last. Andy Jarvis (CIAT: International Center for Tropical Agriculture)H-Index: 40
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We developed interpolated climate surfaces for global land areas (excluding Antarctica) at a spatial resolution of 30 arc s (often referred to as 1-km spatial resolution). The climate elements considered were monthly precipitation and mean, minimum, and maximum temperature. Input data were gathered from a variety of sources and, where possible, were restricted to records from the 1950–2000 period. We used the thin-plate smoothing spline algorithm implemented in the ANUSPLIN package for interpola...
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