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Andalucia is a recently described group of jakobid flagellates. There are two described species, Andalucia godoyi Lara et al., 2006, and Andalucia incarcerata (Bernard et al., 2000) Lara et al., 2006, previously known as Jakoba incarcerata. Phylogenetic studies indicate that Andalucia is a sister group to other studied jakobids (Lara et al. 2006; Simpson et al., 2008; Hampl unpublished), and is of potential evolutionary interest.


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