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A new hypothesis of decapod phylogeny
A cladistic analysis based on external morphology was carried out on 60 taxa of decapod crustaceans. An analysis with unordered characters and one with ordered characters were both in agreementExpand
Checklist of Marine Biota of China Seas
This hefty volume is faithful to its title—a Check List. It systematically records the Chinese marine biota (prokaryotes and eukaryotes) as currently understood and provides the scientific names inExpand
Phylogeny of decapods: moving towards a consensus
Although the recognition of four broad groups within Decapoda – natantians, macrurans, anomurans and brachyurans – has long been a staple of textbooks and even the primary taxonomic literature, aExpand
Thylacocephala (Arthropoda: Crustacea) from the Cretaceous of Lebanon
An intensive study of a collection of arthropods from the Cretaceous of Lebanon, formerly referred to as stomatopod larvae, reveals that these forms belong to the problematical arthropod classExpand
New Genus and Species from the Cretaceous of Lebanon Links the Thylacocephala To the Crustacea
A continuing study of a collection of marine arthropods from the Upper Cretaceous of Sahel Alma in Lebanon has uncovered a new genus and species of the problematic arthropod group Thylacocephala. TheExpand
Family level classification within Thylacocephala, with comments on their evolution and possible relationships
Thylacocephala are among the most problematic of arthropod fossils. Various authors have allied them with all manner of crustacean groups, including branchiopods, cirripedes, remipedes, andExpand
Cladistic analysis of the Cirripedia Thoracica
Abstract We present a cladistic analysis of the Cirripedia Thoracica using morphological characters and the Acrothoracica and Ascothoracida as outgroups. The list of characters comprised 32 shell andExpand
A reexamination of all available palaeopalaemonid specimens, of the genus Palaeopa- laemon, and material of Bellocaris newfoundlandensis Fong, 1972, is presented. The four described species ofExpand