Discussion of Phylogenetic Relationships
The first phylogeny of the family was proposed by Aczél (1948). Although not a quantitative analysis, this phylogeny has remained remarkably robust through time. Recent phylogenetic hypotheses proposed by Rafael and De Meyer (1992) and Skevington and Yeates (2000, 2001) support many of the lineages proposed by Aczél.
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