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The monophyly of Cucujiformia appears certain (Hunt et al., 2007). The monophyly of Phytophaga (Chrysomeloidea + Curculionoidea) appears to be doubtful (Hunt et al., 2007), but confirmed by Marvaldi et al. (2008).


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  • Hunt, T.; Bergsten, J.; Levkanicova, Z.; Papadopoulou, A.; St. John, O.; Wild, R.; Hammond, P.M.; Ahrens, D.; Balke, M.; Caterino, M.S.; Gomez-Zurita, J.; Ribera, I.; Barraclough, T.G.; Bocakova, M.; Bocak, L.; Vogler, A.P. 2007: A comprehensive phylogeny of beetles reveals the evolutionary origins of a superradiation. Science, 318: 1913-1916.
  • Marvaldi, A.E.; Duckett, C.N.; Kjer, K.M.; Gillespie, J.J. 2008: Structural alignment of 18S and 28S rDNA sequences provides insights into phylogeny of Phytophaga (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea and Chrysomeloidea). Zoologica scripta, doi:10.1111/j.1463-6409.2008.00360.x

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