Phylogeny and evolutionary history of birch mice Sicista Griffith, 1827 (Sminthidae, Rodentia): Implications from a multigene studyстатья

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[1] Phylogeny and evolutionary history of birch mice sicista griffith, 1827 (sminthidae, rodentia): Implications from a multigene study / V. S. Lebedev, M. Y. Rusin, E. D. Zemlemerova et al. // Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research. — 2019. Phylogeny of birch mice is estimated using sequences of ten nuclear genes (more than 8500 bp in total alignment). Based on the results of tree reconstructions and molecular dating five major lineages are recognized: tianschanica, concolor, caudata, betulina and caucasica. It is established that the three latter lineages constitute a clade and that the long-tailed birch mouse S. caudata is the sister-group of the caucasica lineage. The tianschanica lineage is placed as the sister branch to all other species, however, with insufficient support. The mitochondrial (cytb) tree is less resolved but is generally concordant with the nuclear topology. The molecular clock results suggest that the radiation among the main lineages occurred in the latest Miocene – Early Pliocene. The correspondence between molecular dates and fossil record is discussed. Based on nuclear data a high level of divergence between cryptic species in the tianschanica lineage is confirmed. Mitochondrial and nuclear data suggests the existence of a cryptic species within S. strandi. [ DOI ]

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