- •Phylotranscriptomic analysis helps resolve early relationships in Lithosiini.
- •Phylogeny highlights subtribal and generic relationships in need of further study.
- •Phenolic sequestration patterns more similar within than among lichen moth species.
- •Sequestering phenolics produced by a single pathway may represent a synapomorphy.
- •Phenolics from orcinol series may form the basis of chemical defense in Lithosiini.
- Clare H.Scott ChialvoPabloChialvoJeffrey D.HollandTimothy J.AndersonJesse W.BreinholtAkito Y.KawaharaXinZhouShanlinLiuJennifer M.Zaspel
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