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Published: 2023-10-31
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A new genus for Dasycrotapha plateni and D. pygmaea (Aves: Zosteropidae)

Naturalis Biodiversity Center; Darwinweg 2; PO Box 9517; 2300 RA Leiden; The Netherlands
Department of Biology and Museum of Southwestern Biology; University of New Mexico; Albuquerque; NM 87131 USA
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Department of Biology and Museum of Southwestern Biology; University of New Mexico; Albuquerque; NM 87131 USA
Aves Zosteropidae white-eyes phylogenetic studies species composition Yuhina Stachyris babblers non-monophyletic Parayuhina Staphida Dasycrotapha Zosterornis Sterrhoptilus Flame-templed Babbler Mindanao Pygmy Babbler visayan Pygmy Babbler morphological differences polyphyletic multi-locus molecular dataset bootstrap support Bayesian posterior probability divergence genome-wide ultraconserved elements supermatrix Cleptornis marchei Tephrozosterops Zosterops paraphyletic taxonomic arrangements

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