Crawling through time: Transition of snails to slugs dating back to the Paleozoic, based on mitochondrial phylogenomics.
Coral Reef Animals of the Indo-Pacific: Animal Life from Africa to Hawaii Exclusive of the Vertebrates
A Tale That Morphology Fails to Tell: A Molecular Phylogeny of Aeolidiidae (Aeolidida, Nudibranchia, Gastropoda)
This study, the most comprehensive for Aeolidida to date, uses new sequences of two mitochondrial (COI and 16S) genes and one nuclear gene to resolve the systematic relationships within the Aeolidiidae at a generic level, requiring changes in the systematics of this family.
Nudibranchs of Southern Africa: A Guide to Opisthobranch Molluscs of Southern Africa
- T. Gosliner
- Environmental Science
- 1 August 1987
Southern Africa, whose east coast originates in tropical waters and whose west coast is cooled by upwelling and the north-flowing Benguela current, may be expected to have a rich and complex benthic…
A Radical Solution: The Phylogeny of the Nudibranch Family Fionidae
- Kristen Cella, Leila Carmona, I. Ekimova, A. Chichvarkhin, D. Schepetov, T. Gosliner
- BiologyPLoS ONE
- 15 December 2016
The present study is the first molecular phylogeny of Tergipedidae based on partial sequences of two mitochondrial (COI and 16S) genes and one nuclear gene (H3) and it does not recover the traditional systematic relationships at a generic level, and therefore, systematic changes are required.
The first molecular phylogeny of cladobranchian opisthobranchs (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Nudibranchia).
A molecular phylogeny of the Cephalaspidea sensu lato (Gastropoda: Euthyneura): Architectibranchia redefined and Runcinacea reinstated
The monophyly and phylogenetic relationships of the Cephalaspidea sensu lato have been investigated by means of Bayesian, parsimony and distance analyses of nuclear and mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase I genes.
Phylogeny of Hypselodoris (Nudibranchia: Chromodorididae) with a review of the monophyletic clade of Indo-Pacific species, including descriptions of twelve new species
An account of the systematics and phylogeny of Hypselodoris is provided, which largely refute the generality of the hypothesis of Springer (1982), that Pacific Plate and Australasian Plate endemic sister taxa should predominate.
Systematics and Phylogeny of Philine (Gastropoda: Opisthobranchia), with Emphasis on the Philine aperta Species Complex