Molecular studies carried out on New World Sandflies, comparing several genera.
|Study||Gene(s) sequenced||Sampling||Main goal|
|Torgerson et al. (2003)||cyt b mtDNA||12 species of Lutzomyiina and Psychodopygina rooted on two Brumptomyia||Phylogeny|
|Beati et al. (2004)||12S mtDNA & D4–D5 of 28SrDNA||30 species mostly Lutzomyiina and a few Psychodopygina||Phylogeny|
|Cohnstaedt et al. (2011)||cyt b mtDNA||10 species of Pintomyia (Pifanomyia) belonging to the series Verrucarum, Serrana and Townsendi||Phylogeny|
|Yamamoto et al.. (2013)||cyt b mtDNA||12 species of Lutzomyia and Pintomyia rooted on Warileya||Phylogeny|
|Grace-Lemma et al. (2015)||Cac COI, Cyt b and ND4 mtDNA; ITS2 rDNA; cacophony||32 species of New world sandflies||Phylogeny|
|Romero-Ricardo et al. (2016)||COI mtDNA||19 species of Lutzomyiina and Psychodopygina rooted on Brumptomyia||DNA barcoding|
|Kocher et al. (2017)||16S mtDNA||40 species of Lutzomyiina, Psychodopygina and Brumptomyiina||Metabarcoding by NGS|
|Dutari & Loaiza (2019)||COI mtDNA||14 species of Lutzomyiina and Psychodopygina rooted on Brumptomyia||DNA barcoding|
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