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Fitness and morphological outcomes of many generations of hybridization in the copepod Tigriopus californicus
Hybridization between genetically divergent populations is an important evolutionary process, with an outcome that is difficult to predict. We used controlled crosses and freely mating hybrid swarms,Expand
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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. All three have radulae typical of the genus, with no rachidian tooth and featuring hookshaped, pointed lateral teeth.Expand
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Most Cephalaspidea have a shell, but transcriptomes can provide them with a backbone (Gastropoda: Heterobranchia).
Cephalaspidea is an order of marine gastropods found worldwide, often in sandy or muddy habitats, which has a convoluted taxonomic history based on convergent or ill-defined morphological characters.Expand