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Article Reference Island evolution and systematic revision of Comoran snakes: why and when subspecies still make sense
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Article Reference Preliminary molecular systematics of the African Goshawk Accipiter tachiro (Daudin, 1800)
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Article Reference A review of Bennelongia De Deckker & McKenzie, 1981 (Crustacea, Ostracoda) species from eastern Australia with the description of three new species
Australia is predicted to have a high number of currently undescribed ostracod taxa. The genus Bennelongia De Deckker & McKenzie, 1981 (Crustacea, Ostracoda) occurs in Australia and New Zealand, and has recently shown potential for high speciosity, after the description of nine new species from Western Australia. Here, we focus on Bennelongia from eastern Australia, with the objectives of exploring likely habitats for undiscovered species, genetically characterising published morphological species and scanning classical species for cryptic diversity. Two traditional (morphological) species are confirmed to be valid using molecular evidence (B. harpago De Deckker & McKenzie, 1981 and B. pinpi De Deckker, 1981), while three new species are described using both morphological and molecular evidence. Two of the new species belong to the B. barangaroo lineage (B. dedeckkeri sp. nov. and B. mckenziei sp. nov.), while the third is a member of the B. nimala lineage (B. regina sp. nov.). Another species was found to be genetically distinct, but is not formally described here owing to a lack of distinguishing morphological features from the existing species B. cuensis Martens et al., 2012. Trends in diversity and radiation of the genus are discussed, as well as implications these results have for the conservation of temporary pool microfauna and our understanding of Bennelongia’s evolutionary origin.
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Article Reference Ostracod valves as efficient UV protection.
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Inproceedings Reference Studying the driving forces of landscape change in the surroundings of the Late Bronze Age harbor town Halla Sultan Tekke, Cyprus
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Inproceedings Reference The role of rivers in ancient societies, or how man transformed the alluvial landscapes of Khuzestan (SW Iran)
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Inproceedings Reference Using Historical Imagery and GIS for Reconstructing the Ancient Landscapes of Khuzestan (SW Iran)
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Inproceedings Reference Studying the Influence of Landscape Changes on the Late Bronze Age Abandonment of the Harbour Town HST: Unravelling the Sedimentary Record of the Larnaca Salt Lake, Cyprus
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Article Reference New data on the Silurian-Devonian palaeontology and biostratigraphy of Bolivia
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Article Reference Inferring internal anatomy from the trilobite exoskeleton: the relationship between frontal auxiliary impressions and the digestive system
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