G. C. Waldren et al. 2023

Full reference
G. C. Waldren, E. A. Sadler, E. A. Murray, S. Bossert, B. N. Danforth and J. P. Pitts. 2023. Phylogenomic inference of the higher classification of velvet ants (Hymenoptera: Mutillidae). Systematic Entomology 48:463-487 [M. Clapham/M. Clapham]
Metadata
ID number:  84998
Created:  2023-06-07 22:04:22
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  10.1111/syen.12588
Taxonomic opinions (13) - view classification
'Dasymutilla belongs to Dasymutillini' according to G. C. Waldren et al. 2023
'Dasymutillini belongs to Sphaeropthalminae' according to G. C. Waldren et al. 2023
'Ephuta belongs to Ephutini' according to G. C. Waldren et al. 2023
'Ephutinae was reranked as the tribe Ephutini and belongs to Sphaeropthalminae' according to G. C. Waldren et al. 2023
'Kudakrumiinae belongs to Myrmosidae' according to G. C. Waldren et al. 2023
'Mutilla belongs to Mutillini' according to G. C. Waldren et al. 2023
'Mutillariae is corrected as Mutillidae and belongs to Pompiloidea' according to G. C. Waldren et al. 2023
'Mutillina is an invalid subgroup of Mutillini' according to G. C. Waldren et al. 2023
'Mutillinae belongs to Mutillidae' according to G. C. Waldren et al. 2023
'Mutillini belongs to Mutillinae' according to G. C. Waldren et al. 2023
'Myrmosinae was reranked as the family Myrmosidae and belongs to Pompiloidea' according to G. C. Waldren et al. 2023
'Protomutilla belongs to Kudakrumiinae' according to G. C. Waldren et al. 2023
'Sphaeropthalminae belongs to Mutillidae' according to G. C. Waldren et al. 2023