Tachyporinae Revisited: Phylogeny, Evolution, and Higher Classification Based on Morphology, with Recognition of a New Rove BeetBy S. Yamamoto
Simple Summary: The rove beetle subfamily Tachyporinae has been suggested to be polyphyletic for
the last half century but there are no previous studies conducting phylogenetic analysis on this group
specifically. Here, the most comprehensive tachyporine phylogeny is shown, which again rejects the
monophyly of Tachyporinae and its largest tribe Tachyporini. A revised classification of Tachyporinae
is proposed here based on observation of morphological characters and their phylogenetic analyses.
This backbone phylogeny will be a framework for further evolutionary and ecological studies.
Multilocus phylogeny defines a new classification of Staphylininae (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae)...By Żyła D., Solodovnikov A.
Sys. Entomol. 45: 114–127, 2020
Full title: Multilocus phylogeny defines a new classification of Staphylininae (Coleoptera, Staphylinidae), a rove beetle group with high lineage diversity
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Catalog of the Staphylinidae (Insecta, Coleoptera) : 1758 to the end of the second millenniumBy Herman, Lee H.; Smetana, Aleš
American Museum of Natural History Bulletin No. 265, 2001
Vol. 1 (Bull. No. 265): Introduction, History, Biographical sketches, and Omaliinae group;
Vol. 2: Tachyporinae group;
Vol. 3: Oxytelinae group;
Vol. 4: Staphylininae group (part I): Euastethinae - Steninae;
Vol. 5: Staphylininae group (part II): Staphylininae / Diochini - Philonthina;
Vol. 6: Staphylininae group (part III): Staphylininae / Quediina - Xantholinininae
Vol. 7: Bibliography and Index.
All volumes available online
All groups treated in world scale, Aleocharinae (and maybe some smaller groups) not part of this work.