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An Updated Classification Of The Recent Crustacea

@inproceedings{Martin2001AnUC,
  title={An Updated Classification Of The Recent Crustacea},
  author={J. Martin and G. E. Davis},
  year={2001}
}
  • J. Martin, G. E. Davis
  • Published 2001
  • Geography
  • An updated classification of the Crustacea down to the level of family is provided. The classification is based loosely on that given by Bowman and Abele (1982) and includes all new families and higher level taxa described since that time. In addition, in several crustacean groupings, new arrangements and assignments have been incorporated, based usually on phylogenetic information that has accrued or that has become more widely accepted since 1982. Among the more salient changes, some of which… CONTINUE READING
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