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By David Paul Whistler, Xiaoming Wang, Lawrence G Barnes

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This older view—that ostracodes are monophyletic—has been adopted here and is in fact held by a majority of current workers in the field. The assignment of ostracodes to a group ‘‘Entomostraca’’ (which included, in addition to ostracodes, the Branchiopoda, Cirripedia, Branchiura, and Phyllocarida) by McKenzie et al. (1983) was clearly an unsupported departure (see also discussions on Branchiopoda and Phyllocarida and notes on Entomostraca under the general heading Crustacea). A modified version of the classification of the Ostracoda used by Whatley et al.

This older view—that ostracodes are monophyletic—has been adopted here and is in fact held by a majority of current workers in the field. The assignment of ostracodes to a group ‘‘Entomostraca’’ (which included, in addition to ostracodes, the Branchiopoda, Cirripedia, Branchiura, and Phyllocarida) by McKenzie et al. (1983) was clearly an unsupported departure (see also discussions on Branchiopoda and Phyllocarida and notes on Entomostraca under the general heading Crustacea). A modified version of the classification of the Ostracoda used by Whatley et al.

Finally, the family Micrallectidae has been established recently (Huys, 2001) to accommodate poecilostomatoid genera associated with pteropods. Ho (1984) suggested phylogenetic relationships among the nereicoliform families, indicating three main lines of evolution. Later, Ho (1991) conducted a more thorough analysis of the 47 known poecilostomatoid families, which remains the most indepth study of poecilostomatoid relationships while at the same time being somewhat preliminary in nature. Relationships of 10 poecilostomatoid families (in the lichomolgoid complex) are presented by Humes and Boxshall (1996).

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