Phylogenetic analyses reveal extensive cryptic speciation and host specialization in an economically important mite taxon
Adam D Miller, Anna Skoracka, Denise Navia, Renata Santos de Mendonca, Wiktoria Szydlo, Mark B Schultz, C Michael Smith, Graciela Truol, Ary A Hoffmann
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution | ACADEMIC PRESS INC ELSEVIER SCIENCE | Published : 2013
Awarded by Ministry of Science and Higher Education in Poland
Awarded by National Science Centre in Poland
Awarded by Brazil National Council of Technological and Scientific Development (call CNPq/SDA/MAPA)
The authors wish to acknowledge Michele Schiffer, Danuta Knihinicki, Evsel Denizhan, Paulo Pereira da Silva, Douglas Lau, and Serge Kreiter for assisting in the collection of mites from Australia, Turkey, Brazil and France. This study was funded by the Australian Grains Research and Development Corporation, Ministry of Science and Higher Education in Poland (Grant No. NN 303089434), National Science Centre in Poland (Grant No. DEC-2011/01/N/NZ8/04540), Kansas Wheat commission, Brazil National Council of Technological and Scientific Development (call CNPq/SDA/MAPA No. 064/2008).