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  • Burgess Shale fossils shed light on the agnostid problem. [Journal Article]
    Proc Biol Sci 2019; 286(1894):20182314Moysiuk J, Caron JB
  • Agnostids (agnostinids and eodiscinids) are a widespread and biostratigraphically important group of Cambro-Ordovician euarthropods whose evolutionary affinities have been highly controversial. Their dumbbell-shaped calcified tergum was traditionally suggested to unite them with trilobites, but agnostinids have alternatively been interpreted as stem-crustaceans, based on Orsten larval material fr…
  • A new species of the genus Elasmopus from Miyako Island, Japan (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Maeridae). [Journal Article]
    Zootaxa 2019; 4544(3):395-406Nakamura Y, Nakano T, … Tomikawa K
  • A new species of the maerid amphipod, Elasmopus nkjaf, from Miyako Island, Ryukyu Islands, Japan, is named and described. Additionally, nucleotide sequences of nuclear 28S ribosomal RNA and histone H3 as well as mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit I and 16S ribosomal RNA from its holotype and paratype were determined. Elasmopus nkjaf sp. nov. belongs to the rapax-group, and distinguished f…
  • Melanospora (Sordariomycetes, Ascomycota) and its relatives. [Journal Article]
    MycoKeys 2018; (44):81-122Marin-Felix Y, Guarro J, … Stchigel AM
  • The order Melanosporales comprises a large group of ascomycetes, most of them mycoparasites, characterized by the production of usually ostiolate, translucent ascomata, unitunicate asci, and unicellular, pigmented ascospores with germ pores or germ slits. The most studied taxa are Melanospora and Sphaerodes, but the boundaries with other morphologically closely related genera are not well resolve…
  • Medinillatheresae (Melastomataceae), a new species from ultramafic soils in the Philippines. [Journal Article]
    PhytoKeys 2018; (113):145-155Fernando ES, Quakenbush JP, … Ong PS
  • A new species, Medinillatheresae Fernando, from ultramafic soils on Dinagat and Mindanao Islands, Philippines is described and illustrated. The species is characterized by its terrestrial erect habit, non-setose nodes, 3-plinerved, lanceolate and coriaceous leaves arranged in whorls, cauline or axillary and pendulous inflorescences, rounded flower buds, 4-merous flowers, and straight anthers. It …
  • Description of female of Titidius urucu Esmerio Lise, 1996 (Araneae: Thomisidae). [Journal Article]
    Zootaxa 2018; 4422(2):284-286Amanda N, Salvatierra L, … De Morais JW
  • The genus Titidius Simon, 1895 belongs to the family Thomisidae Sundevall, 1833 and can be easily identified from the related genera Tmarus Simon, 1875 and Acentroscelus Simon, 1886 by the high carapace, anterior eye row straight and posterior eye row recurve-;pd in dorsal view, carapace smooth with moderate setation, abdomen longer than wide, legs long, slender and setose and clypeus vertical (E…
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