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Title: Morphological and genomic assessment of divergence between closely related species of the genus Philaenus (Hemiptera, Aphrophoridae)
Authors: Seabra, Sofia
Neto, Carina
Rodrigues, Ana Sofia
Streito, Jean-Claude
Genson, Guénaëlle
Pierre, Eric
Silva, Sara
Popova, Gana
Marabuto, Eduardo
Mateus, Célia
Wilson, Michael
Rei, Fernando
Quartau, José
Paulo, Octávio
Rebelo, Maria Teresa
Keywords: Philaenus
Xylella fastidiosa
Issue Date: 29-Oct-2019
Publisher: 2nd European conference on Xylella fastidiosa
Citation: Seabra SG, Neto C, Rodrigues ASB, Streito J-C, Genso G, Pierre E, Silva SE, Marabuto E, Figueiredo E, Mateus C, Wilson M, Rei F, Quartau JA, Paulo OS, Rebelo MT, 2019. Morphological and genomic assessment of divergence between closely related species of the genus Philaenus (Hemiptera, Aphrophoridae). 2nd European conference on Xylella fastidiosa. Ajaccio, 29-30 October, 82.
Abstract: Philaenus spumarius, is a widespread and polyphagous xylem-feeding insect. It is also the main vector of Xylella fastidiosa in Europe (Saponari et al., 2014). P. spumarius and P. tesselatus are considered sister species, differentiated at the male genitalia level but not at karyological, mitochondrial DNA and some nuclear genes levels (Maryanska-Nadachowska et al., 2012; Rodrigues et al., 2014). Genome-wide markers revealed previously unreported genetic differentiation. Here we aim at characterising morphological variation in the male genitalia in both species.
Type: article
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