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The family Ammotheidae is the most diversified group of the class Pycnogonida, with 297 species described in 20 genera. Its… Expand In this paper, new data on larval and postlarval stages after newly collected and museum-deposited material of six Ammothea… Expand In this report, we analyze the phylogeny of Pycnogonida using the three nuclear and three mitochondrial markers currently… Expand In this paper the postembryonic development of Ammothea glacialis (family Ammotheidae) is described. The studied material was… Expand Species that exhibit uniparental postzygotic investment by males are potentially good systems for investigating the interplay of… Expand Higher‐level phylogenetics of Pycnogonida has been discussed for many decades but scarcely studied from a cladistic perspective… Expand BackgroundThe phylogenetic position of pycnogonids is a long-standing and controversial issue in arthropod phylogeny. This… Expand The diverse and exceptionally well-preserved pycnogonids described herein from the Middle Jurassic La Voulte Lagerstätte fill a… Expand All developmental stages of Tanystylum bealensis are described. This is the first complete developmental series of a pycnogonid… Expand The phylogenetic relationships among major evolutionary lineages of the sea spiders (subphylum Pycnogonida) were investigated… Expand