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Anso J., Barrabe L., Desutter-Grandcolas L., Jourdan Hervé, Grandcolas P., Dong J. J., Robillard T. (2016). Old lineage on an old island : Pixibinthus, a new cricket genus endemic to New Caledonia shed light on gryllid diversification in a hotspot of biodiversity. Plos One, 11 (3), e0150920 [34 p.]. ISSN 1932-6203

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Old lineage on an old island : Pixibinthus, a new cricket genus endemic to New Caledonia shed light on gryllid diversification in a hotspot of biodiversity
Année de publication2016
Type de documentArticle référencé dans le Web of Science WOS:000373116500013
AuteursAnso J., Barrabe L., Desutter-Grandcolas L., Jourdan Hervé, Grandcolas P., Dong J. J., Robillard T.
SourcePlos One, 2016, 11 (3), p. e0150920 [34 p.]. p. e0150920 [34 p.] ISSN 1932-6203
RésuméFew studies have focused on the early colonization of New Caledonia by insects, after the re-emergence of the main island, 37 Myr ago. Here we investigate the mode and tempo of evolution of a new endemic cricket genus, Pixibinthus, recently discovered in southern New Caledonia. First we formally describe this new monotypic genus found exclusively in the open shrubby vegetation on metalliferous soils, named 'maquis minier', unique to New Caledonia. We then reconstruct a dated molecular phylogeny based on five mitochondrial and four nuclear loci in order to establish relationships of Pixibinthus within Eneopterinae crickets. Pixibinthus is recovered as thesister clade of the endemic genus Agnotecous, mostly rainforest-dwellers. Dating results show that the island colonization by their common ancestor occurred around 34.7 Myr, shortly after New Caledonia re-emergence. Pixibinthus and Agnotecous are then one of the oldest insect lineages documented so far for New Caledonia. This discovery highlights for the first time two clear-cut ecological specializations between sister clades, as Agnotecous is mainly found in rainforests with 19 species, whereas Pixibinthus is found in open habitats with a single documented species. The preference of Pixibinthus for open habitats and of Agnotecous for forest habitats nicely fits an acoustic specialization, either explained by differences in body size or in acoustic properties of their respective habitats. We hypothesize that landscape dynamics, linked to major past climatic events and recent change in fire regimes are possible causes for both present-day low diversity and rarity in genus Pixibinthus. The unique evolutionary history of this old New Caledonian lineage stresses the importance to increase our knowledge on the faunal biodiversity of 'maquis minier', in order to better understand the origin and past dynamics of New Caledonian biota.
Plan de classementSciences du monde animal [080]
Descr. géo.NOUVELLE CALEDONIE
LocalisationFonds IRD [F B010066779]
Identifiant IRDfdi:010066779
Lien permanenthttp://www.documentation.ird.fr/hor/fdi:010066779

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