The Articulata hypothesis – or what is a segment?

@inproceedings{Scholtz2002TheAH,
  title={The Articulata hypothesis – or what is a segment?},
  author={Gerhard Scholtz},
  year={2002}
}
The long held view that annelids and arthropods are closely related (Articulata) has been challenged recently by phylogenetic analyses using molecular data. The outcome of these studies is a clade of moulting animals (Ecdysozoa) comprising arthropods and some taxa of the nemathelminth worms. Monophyly of the Ecdysozoa has not yet been shown convincingly on morphological evidence, but is strongly supported by molecular data. The implication of the Ecdysozoa hypothesis is that the type of… CONTINUE READING

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