Triassic Isopoda – three new species from Central Europe shed light on the early diversity of the group

@article{Schdel2020TriassicI,
  title={Triassic Isopoda – three new species from Central Europe shed light on the early diversity of the group},
  author={M. Sch{\"a}del and T. V. Eldijk and H. Winkelhorst and J. Reumer and J. Haug},
  journal={Bulletin of Geosciences},
  year={2020},
  volume={95},
  pages={145-166}
}
Despite its vernacular names (e.g. ‘woodlice’) Isopoda is a group with mostly aquatic species, with most species living in marine environments. The fossil record for isopods compared to other groups of Eucrustacea is relatively sparse. This applies even more for the Triassic. While in the Jurassic Isopoda is relatively well represented by fossils, only eight species have previously been described from the Triassic. In this study three new species of Isopoda are described from two field sites in… Expand
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