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Historical biogeography and phylogeny of Typhlatya cave shrimps (Decapoda: Atyidae) based on mitochondrial and nuclear data

Autor Botello, Alejandro; Iliffe, Thomas M.; Álvarez, Fernando ; Juan, Carlos; Pons, Joan ; Jaume, Damià
Palabras clave COI
Cyt b
Histone H3A
Molecular clock
Stygofauna
Tethyan relicts
28S rRNA
16S rRNA
18S rRNA
Fecha de publicación 2013
EditorBlackwell Publishing
Citación Journal of Biogeography 40(3): 594-607 (2013)
ResumenAim: Our aim was to produce a dated phylogeny of Typhlatya, a stygobiont shrimp genus with an extremely disjunct localized distribution across the Mediterranean, the central Atlantic and eastern Pacific. Using phylogenetic analyses, we examine the role of dispersal and plate tectonics in determining its distribution. Location: Western Mediterranean, Ascension Island, Bermuda, Bahamas, Yucatán, Caribbean, Galápagos, Western Australia. Methods: Thirteen of the 17 species of Typhlatya were analysed, using Stygiocaris, Halocaridina and Antecaridina as outgroups. Fragments of three mitochondrial and three nuclear genes were combined into a data set of 2449 mitochondrial and 1374 nuclear base pairs. Results: Phylogenetic trees clearly showed Typhlatya to be paraphyletic, with the Galápagos species clustering with Antecaridina. Only the phylogenetic position of Typhlatya monae (Hispaniola and Puerto Rico) showed some uncertainty, appearing as the sister group to the Australian genus Stygiocaris on the most likely topology. We estimated an average age of 45 Myr (30.6-61.1 Myr) for the most recent common ancestor of Typhlatya + Stygiocaris + Antecaridina + Halocaridina. All Typhlatya (except Typhlatya galapagensis) + Stygiocaris derived from a node dated to 35.7 Ma (25.7-47.0 Ma), whereas the ancestor of all Typhlatya species (excluding T. monae and T. galapagensis) lived 30.7 Ma (21.9-40.4 Ma). Main conclusions: Typhlatya is paraphyletic and apparently absent from the eastern Pacific, with T. galapagensis clustering with Antecaridina. The remaining Typhlatya species form a robust monophyletic group with Stygiocaris, and both molecular and morphological evidence support the recognition of three sublineages: (1) Typhlatya s. str., Atlantic-Mediterranean, embracing all Typhlatya species minus T. monae; (2) Stygiocaris, limited to north-western Australia; and (3) T. monae (Caribbean), for which a new genus could be erected. No congruence was found between temporal and geographical projections of cladogenetic events within Typhlatya/Stygiocaris and the major plate tectonic events underlying Tethyan history. © 2012 Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
Versión del editorhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jbi.12020
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10261/99923
DOI10.1111/jbi.12020
Identificadoresdoi: 10.1111/jbi.12020
issn: 0305-0270
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