UCE Phylogenomics Resolves Major Relationships Among Ectaheteromorph Ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidae: Ectatomminae, Heteroponerinae): A New Classification For the Subfamilies and the Description of a New Genus

Gabriela Camacho*, Wesly Franco, Michael Branstetter, MARCIO PIE, Jack Longino, Ted Schultz, Rodrigo Feitosa

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