The biogeography of the yeti crabs (Kiwaidae) with notes on the phylogeny of the Chirostyloidea (Decapoda: Anomura)
Roterman, C.N., Copley, J.T., Linse, K.T., Tyler, P.A. and Rogers, A.D. (2013) The biogeography of the yeti crabs (Kiwaidae) with notes on the phylogeny of the Chirostyloidea (Decapoda: Anomura) Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 280, (1764), p. 20130718. (doi:10.1098/rspb.2013.0718).
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The phylogeny of the superfamily Chirostyloidea (Decapoda: Anomura) has been poorly understood owing to limited taxon sampling and discordance between different genes. We present a nine-gene dataset across 15 chirostyloids, including all known yeti crabs (Kiwaidae), to improve the resolution of phylogenetic affinities within and between the different families, and to date key divergences using fossil calibrations. This study supports the monophyly of Chirostyloidea and, within this, a basal split between Eumunididae and a Kiwaidae–Chirostylidae clade. All three families originated in the Mid-Cretaceous, but extant kiwaids and most chirostylids radiated from the Eocene onwards. Within Kiwaidae, the basal split between the seep-endemic Kiwa puravida and a vent clade comprising Kiwa hirsuta and Kiwa spp. found on the East Scotia and Southwest Indian ridges is compatible with a hypothesized seep-to-vent evolutionary trajectory. A divergence date estimate of 13.4–25.9 Ma between the Pacific and non-Pacific lineages is consistent with Kiwaidae spreading into the Atlantic sector of the Southern Ocean via the newly opened Drake Passage. The recent radiation of Kiwaidae adds to the list of chemosynthetic fauna that appear to have diversified after the Palaeocene/Eocene Thermal Maximum, a period of possibly widespread anoxia/dysoxia in deep-sea basins.
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||doi:10.1098/rspb.2013.0718|
|Keywords:||Kiwaidae, Chirostyloidea, biogeography, phylogenetics, hydrothermal vents, yeti crab|
|Subjects:||G Geography. Anthropology. Recreation > GC Oceanography
Q Science > QH Natural history > QH301 Biology
|Organisations:||Ocean Biochemistry & Ecosystems|
|Date Deposited:||12 Aug 2013 12:59|
|Last Modified:||21 Feb 2017 05:56|
Biogeography and ecology of the first known deep-sea hydrothermal vent site on the ultraslow-spreading Southwest Indian Ridge
Funded by: NERC (NE/H012087/1)
Led by: Jonathan Timothy Copley
1 August 2011 to 31 July 2012
Chemosynthetically-driven ecosystems south of the Polar Front: biogeography and ecology
Funded by: NERC (NE/D01249X/1)
Led by: Paul Tyler
16 June 2008 to 15 July 2014
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