- Research Grants
Boris Leonardo Blotto Acuña in research grants and scholarships supported by FAPESP.
Recent years have been characterized by a substantial increase in the amount of phylogenetic analysis in anurans, mainly driven by the production of large DNA sequences. Hyloidea, a group that contains more than half of the living amphibian, has been the focus of a large number of studies densely sampled. Those works resulted in phylogenies reasonably resolved at all levels, though most...
No comprehensive study on hand and foot musculature across the diversity of Anura has been carried out. During the development of the current postdoc, several anuran taxa were studied for these character systems. However, some endemic taxa from India (Micrixalidae, Nasikabatrachidae, Nyctibatrachidae, Ranixalidae) are still missing in the taxon sampling. These taxa, and particularly Nas...
No comprehensive study on hand and foot musculature across the diversity of Anura has been carried out. Some articles report informative variation of these character systems, but the few studies that have included this variation in a phylogenetic quantitative analyses have focused on small taxonomic groups or small characters sets. Hyloidea is a mainly neotropical group containing more ...
(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)
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