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Three New Species of GymnodorisStimpson, 1855 (Opisthobranchia, Nudibranchia) from the Philippines
Three new species of nudibranchs in the genus Gymnodoris are described, with no rachidian tooth and featuring hookshaped, pointed lateral teeth, found in the Anilao region of the Philippines and has been additionally recorded from Madang, Papua New Guinea and the Marshall Islands.
Fitness and morphological outcomes of many generations of hybridization in the copepod Tigriopus californicus
The results suggest that, in a system where much work has focused on F2 hybrid breakdown, the long‐term fitness consequences of interpopulation hybridization are surprisingly benign.
Most Cephalaspidea have a shell, but transcriptomes can provide them with a backbone (Gastropoda: Heterobranchia).
A phylogenomic approach to address internal cephalaspidean relationships is taken, finding a consistent, well-supported topology, with full support across most nodes including at the family and genus level, which also appears to be robust to the effect of compositional heterogeneity among amino acids in the dataset.