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Die Kalkschwämme. eine Monographie : in zweiten Bänden Text und einem Atlas mit 60 Tafeln Abbildungen

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  title={Die Kalkschw{\"a}mme. eine Monographie : in zweiten B{\"a}nden Text und einem Atlas mit 60 Tafeln Abbildungen},
  author={Ernst Haeckel}
}
Diversity of sponges (Porifera) from cryptic habitats on the Belize barrier reef near Carrie Bow Cay.
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It is determined that about 75 of the 122 cryptic sponge species studied (61%) are exclusive members of the sciophilic community, 47 (39 %) occur in both, light-exposed and shaded or dark habitats.
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The sponge fauna of Clipperton Island shows strongest affinities with the Central and West Pacific regions and only two or three species are shared with the East Pacific region.
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Two new species of Amphoriscidae Dendy, 1892 from the northern coast of Peru, Tropical Eastern Pacific, are described integrating molecules and morphology and the phylogenetic analysis, which included the largest number of AmphOriscidae species, was congruent with previous studies.
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The “Biogenetic Law” in zoology: from Ernst Haeckel’s formulation to current approaches
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Haeckel’s original idea is described and its development in the thinking of two scientists inspired by Haeckel, Alexei Sewertzoff and Adolf Naef are followed, which can be seen as a modern version of the biogenetic law.
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The importance of Haeckel’s original concepts, insights, and theories with reference to the current knowledge in the areas of evolutionary biology, molecular phylogenetics, systematic zoology, and philosophical issues today are summarized.
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SRS is healthy and advancing steadily, especially in some subareas (e.g. developmental biology and life history).
Increased taxon sampling provides new insights into the phylogeny and evolution of the subclass Calcaronea (Porifera, Calcarea)
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The resulting phylogeny supports previous findings that the current classification of the subclass Calcaronea is highly artificial, and with high levels of homoplasy, and the close relationship between the order Baerida and the genus Achramorpha suggest that the orderBaerida should be abandoned.
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