Subphylum Crustacea Brünnich, 1772. In : Zhang, Z.-Q. (Ed.) Animal biodiversity: An outline of higher-level classification and survey of taxonomic richness

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  author={Shane T. Ahyong and James K. Lowry and Miguel Alonso and Roger N. Bamber and Geoffrey Allan Boxshall and Peter Castro and Sarah Gerken and Gordan S. Karaman and Joseph W. Goy and Diana S. Jones and Kenneth Meland and D. Christopher Rogers and J{\"o}rundur Svavarsson},

An appraisal of the fossil record for the Cirolanidae (Malacostraca: Peracarida: Isopoda: Cymothoida), with a description of a new cirolanid isopod crustacean from the early Miocene of the Vienna Basin (Western Carpathians)

An appraisal of the fossil record for the cirolanid isopods is presented and it is concluded that Cirolana feldmanni sp.

History of Discovery of Parasitic Crustacea

This chapter reviews the history of discovery for each of the major parasitic Crustacea groups, highlighting some of the key developments that have influenced the current understanding of these parasites.

Onychocaudata (Branchiopoda: Diplostraca), a new high-level taxon in branchiopod systematics

The systematics of Branchiopoda has received much attention in recent years, and a full understanding of the higher-level classification seems close. Based on a number of phylogenetic analyses

In-depth investigation of the species problem and taxonomic status of marbled crayfish, the first asexual decapod crustacean

The application of the Evolutionary Genetic Species Concept for asexuals to all available data supports raising marbled crayfish from “forma” to species rank.

Freshwater shrimps (Crustacea, Decapoda, Caridea, Dendrobranchiata) from Roraima, Brazil: species composition, distribution, and new records

This work provides an update on the species composition and distribution of freshwater shrimps from the state of Roraima, Brazil, based on material deposited in the Brazilian collections of the

Distributional patterns of isopods (Crustacea) in Icelandic and adjacent waters

Since the 1990s, the marine benthos of the Greenland–Iceland–Faeroe (GIF) Ridge has been sampled through the BIOICE (Benthic Invertebrates of Icelandic waters) and subsequent IceAGE (Icelandic Marine

Investigating the genetic and epigenetic basis of big biological questions with the parthenogenetic marbled crayfish: A review and perspectives

  • G. Vogt
  • Biology
    Journal of Biosciences
  • 2018
The biological advantages and genomic and epigenetic features of marbled crayfish are summarized and, based on first promising data, what this new model could contribute to answering of “big” biological questions are discussed.

Looking back on a decade of barcoding crustaceans

This review examines the progress of barcoding studies for the Crustacea using the Web of Science data base from 2003 to 2014 and finds that BOLD did not establish itself as a popular informatics platform among carcinologists although it offers many advantages for standardized data storage, analyses and publication.

Monophyly and phylogenetic origin of the gall crab family Cryptochiridae (Decapoda : Brachyura)

Test the monophyly and phylogenetic position of Cryptochiridae using the same gene, but with an extended representation of cryptochirids spanning nine species in eight of 21 genera, in addition to further thoracotreme representatives, showing that gall crabs form a highly supported monophyletic clade within the Thoracotremata, which evolved independently of grapsid crabs.

A nomenclatorial confusion in Tanymastigidae (Crustacea: Branchiopoda: Anostraca).

Although the author did not explicitly designate a type genus, he created the subfamily name on the stem of the older genus that he included in his new subfamily, Tanymastiginae Brtek, 1972.