Phylogeny of All Fishes
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Phylogenetic Classification of Bony Fishes

Version 3 is out!

Phylogeny of fishes (oneZoom)

New names for the nine percomorph clades included in Subdivision Percomorphaceae listed in version 3

Molecular Markers for Fish Phylogenetics
What gene should I use for my study? Go to the DeepFin wiki to find out! Or to contribute information (if you are a member) about your favorite marker...

Also see PHYLOMARKER and EvolMarkers online tool to search for more markers mining public data bases

DeepFin is a research coordination network of systematic ichthyologists and biologists with expertise in the analysis of fish biodiversity, seeking to integrate knowledge of morphology, paleontology, molecular biology, and bioinformatics. Our ultimate goal is to establish the phylogenetic tree of all fishes, to decipher their evolutionary relationships, and build a phylogentic classification. Our work has been partially funded by the USA National Science Foundation (grants DEB-0732838, DEB-1019398, DEB-0443470, DEB-1004765).


Classification version 3

NCBI Taxonomy adopted the new classification

Paleobiology Database is using the new classification

New MegaTree of Fishes and a NEW Classification

Multilocus phylogeny reveals pattern and tempo of bony fish evolution

New nuclear markers and exploration of the relationships among Serraniformes

New fish clade: Ovalentaria

Increased resolution for ray-finned fish phylogeny

New genes for fish phylogenetic studies




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