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Sánchez, N.; Yamasaki, H.; Pardos, F.; Sørensen, M. V.; Martínez, A. (2016). Morphology disentangles the systematics of a ubiquitous but elusive meiofaunal group (Kinorhyncha: Pycnophyidae). Cladistics. 32(5): 479-505.
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10.1111/cla.12143 [view]
Sánchez, N.; Yamasaki, H.; Pardos, F.; Sørensen, M. V.; Martínez, A.
2016
Morphology disentangles the systematics of a ubiquitous but elusive meiofaunal group (Kinorhyncha: Pycnophyidae)
Cladistics
32(5): 479-505
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Meiobenthos
Molecular systematics, Molecular biology
Morphology
Phylogeny, Phylogenesis
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 Etymology

From Latin crista crest, + Greek phyes, the commonly used suffix in names of Allomalorhagid genera. The name ... [details]

 Etymology

From Fujur, the dog-dragon in the novel The Never-ending Story by M. Ende + Greek phyes, the commonly used suffix ... [details]

 Etymology

To honour Dr Robert P. Higgins, a primary researcher on the phylum Kinorhyncha during the second half of the 20th ... [details]

 Etymology

From Kraken, marine monster of the Scandinavian mythology + Latin -ella diminutive suffix. Feminine gender. [details]

 Etymology

From Greek leio, smooth, even and kanthus, edge, border. Masculine gender. [details]

 Etymology

From Latin seta, seta, hair + Greek phyes, the commonly used suffix in names of Allomalorhagid genera. The name ... [details]

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