La phylogénie des cercopithecinés encore en costruction.

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The cercopithecines (monkeys and other taxa correlated) are a group of African monkeys which consist of about 36 species with actual evolution and phylogeny três difficult to rebuild. The academic approach has the tendency to propose clustering of that group in two: strictly arboreal and terrestrial. With this, we analyze critically the different phylogenetic reconstructions proposed today while conducting an analysis based on molecular, chromosomal and ecological species included in the "group of species" currently recognized. This multidisciplinary approach includes morphology, regional ecology and the results of research conducted in s membership geographic areas and demonstrates the
Original languageFrench
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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