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Phylogenetic relationships and evolution of pulmonate gastropods (Mollusca): new insights from increased taxon sampling.
Phylogenetic relationships among higher clades of pulmonate gastropods are reconstructed based on a data set including one nuclear marker (complete ribosomal 18S) and two mitochondrial markersExpand
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Ten new complete mitochondrial genomes of pulmonates (Mollusca: Gastropoda) and their impact on phylogenetic relationships
BackgroundReconstructing the higher relationships of pulmonate gastropods has been difficult. The use of morphology is problematic due to high homoplasy. Molecular studies have suffered from lowExpand
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Crawling through time: Transition of snails to slugs dating back to the Paleozoic, based on mitochondrial phylogenomics.
Sea slugs (Gastropoda: Opisthobranchia) are characterized by extensive morphological homoplasy. In particular, reduced or absent shells are predominant throughout the group. This trend towards shellExpand
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Species Names in the PhyloCode: the approach adopted by the International Society for Phylogenetic Nomenclature.
Edwards, S. V., L. Liu, and D. K. Pearl. 2007. High resolution species trees without concatenation. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 104:5936– 5941. Hennig, W. 1950. Grundzuge Einer Theorie derExpand
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Diversity of Indo-West Pacific Siphonaria (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Euthyneura).
Species of the limpet genus Siphonaria (Gastropoda: Euthyneura) are commonly found in the rocky intertidal, worldwide, except in the Arctic. In total, 205 species-group names are available and notExpand
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A baseline measure of tree and gastropod biodiversity in replanted and natural mangrove stands in malaysia: langkawi island and sungai merbok.
THE DIVERSITIES OF MANGROVE TREES AND OF THEIR ASSOCIATED GASTROPODS WERE ASSESSED FOR TWO MANGROVE REGIONS ON THE WEST COAST OF PENINSULAR MALAYSIA: Langkawi Island and Sungai Merbok. The mangroveExpand
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