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Making waves: The repeated colonization of fresh water by copepod crustaceans
Twenty-two independent colonizations of fresh and inland continental waters are identified within six of the 10 currently recognized orders of copepods. This number is a minimum estimate and isExpand
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The complete mitochondrial genome of the subterranean crustacean Metacrangonyx longipes (Amphipoda): A unique gene order and extremely short control region
Metazoan mitochondrial genomes usually consist of the same gene set, but some taxonomic groups show a considerable variety in gene order and nucleotide composition. The mitochondrial genomes of 37Expand
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Mitogenomic Phylogenetic Analysis Supports Continental-Scale Vicariance in Subterranean Thalassoid Crustaceans
Many continental subterranean water crustaceans ("stygobionts") display extreme disjunct distributions, where different species in the same genus are isolated on continents or islands separated byExpand
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Under the volcano: phylogeography and evolution of the cave-dwelling Palmorchestia hypogaea (Amphipoda, Crustacea) at La Palma (Canary Islands)
BackgroundThe amphipod crustacean Palmorchestia hypogaea occurs only in La Palma (Canary Islands) and is one of the few terrestrial amphipods in the world that have adapted to a strictly troglobiticExpand
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Next-generation sequencing, phylogenetic signal and comparative mitogenomic analyses in Metacrangonyctidae (Amphipoda: Crustacea)
BackgroundComparative mitochondrial genomic analyses are rare among crustaceans below the family or genus level. The obliged subterranean crustacean amphipods of the family Metacrangonyctidae, foundExpand
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Historical biogeography and phylogeny of Typhlatya cave shrimps (Decapoda: Atyidae) based on mitochondrial and nuclear data
Aim Our aim was to produce a dated phylogeny of Typhlatya, a stygobiont shrimp genus with an extremely disjunct localized distribution across the Mediterranean, the central Atlantic and easternExpand
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Islands beneath islands: phylogeography of a groundwater amphipod crustacean in the Balearic archipelago
BackgroundMetacrangonyctidae (Amphipoda, Crustacea) is an enigmatic continental subterranean water family of marine origin (thalassoid). One of the species in the genus, Metacrangonyx longipes, isExpand
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Three new species of copepods (Copepoda: Calanoida and Cyclopoida) from anchialine habitats in Indonesia
Three new species of copepod crustaceans are described from material collected from anchialine and brackish habitats in and around the village of Walengkabola on the coast of Muna Island, to theExpand
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A New Genus of Epacteriscid Calanoid Copepod from an Anchialine Sinkhole on Northwestern Australia
Abstract Bunderia misophaga gen. et sp. nov. is described from an anchialine cenote located on the Cape Range peninsula, northwestern Australia. This is the first epacteriscid calanoid known fromExpand
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