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Phylogenetic analysis of Anomalophylla Reitter, 1887 (Coleoptera, Scarabaeidae: Sericini)

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The phylogeny of the genus Anomalophylla Reitter, 1887 is investigated based on comparative morphology involving 68 characters. Three monophyletic lineages were recognized from the strict consensus tree within the ingroup: (1) Anomalophylla; (2) Gastroserica + Neoserica; (3) Microserica soppongensis + M. panzona. Monophyly of Anomalophylla was evident with highest branch supports in both analyses with unweighted and weighted characters, however its sister taxon was not apparent with present data set. Monophyly of Microserica species included in this analysis could not be shown according to the tree topology.


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