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Panpulmonate habitat transitions: tracing the evolution of Acochlidia (Heterobranchia,Gastropoda)

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Oct 15, 2014

Katharina M. JörgerMichael Schrödl

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The evolution and diversification of euthyneuran slugs and snails was likely strongly influenced by habitat transitions from marine to terrestrial and limnic systems. Well-supported euthyneuran phylogenies with detailed morphological data can provide information on the historical, biolo...read more

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Gigantism
Sampling - Surgical Action
Species
Tethys
Study
Heterobranchia
Indonesia Zebrafish
Panpulmonata
Adaptation
Basal Diet
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  • Panpulmonate habitat transitions: tracing the evolution of Acochlidia (Heterobranchia,Gastropoda)

    bioRxiv

    Oct 15, 2014

    Katharina M. JörgerMichael Schrödl

    PMID: 990010322

    DOI: 10.1101/010322

    Abstract

    The evolution and diversification of euthyneuran slugs and snails was likely strongly influenced by habitat transitions from marine to terrestrial and limnic systems. Well-supported euthyneuran phylogenies with detailed morphological data can provide information on the historical, biolo...read more

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    Gigantism
    Sampling - Surgical Action
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    Tethys
    Study
    5

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