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Historical biogeography and modes of speciation across high-latitude seas of the Holarctic: concepts for host – parasite coevolution among the Phocini (Phocidae) and Tetrabothriidae (Eucestoda)
Canadian Journal of Zoology
Species of Anophryocephalus are host-specific parasites of pinnipeds in the Holarctic. Phylogenetic analysis of 7 species postulates A. anophrys as the basal taxon and A. inuitorum as basal to A. skrjabini; A. arcticensis is basal to A. nunivakensis and A. eumetopii + A. ochotensis (single tree; consistency index = 74.4%; homoplasy slope ratio = 36.45%). Evaluation of host and geographic distributions postulates ringed seals of the Atlantic-Arctic as ancestral hosts, and the Arctic basin as adoi:10.1139/z95-006 fatcat:dxxrkjo2jfdkjj5obkpeoap4kq