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Coppard, S.E., Kroh, A. and Smith, A.B. (2010). The evolution of pedicellariae in echinoids: an arms race against pests and parasites. —Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 00:1–24.
Joyce, W.G. and Sterli J. 2010. Congruence, non‐homology, and the phylogeny of basal turtles.–Acta Zoologica (Stockholm)
Hammel, J.U., Filatov, M.V., Herzen, J, Beckmann, F., Kaandorp, J.A. and Nickel M. 2011. The non‐hierarchical, non‐uniformly branching topology of a leuconoid sponge aquiferous system revealed by 3D reconstruction and morphometrics using corrosion casting and X‐ray microtomography. —Acta...
de Carvalho MR., Faro C. and Gomes UL. 2010. Comparative neurocranial morphology of angelsharks from the south‐western Atlantic Ocean (Chondrichthyes, Elasmobranchii, Squatinidae): implications for taxonomy and phylogeny. —Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 00:1–13
Friedemann K., Wipfler B., Bradler S. and Beutel R.G. 2011. On the head morphology of Phyllium and the phylogenetic relationships of Phasmatodea (Insecta). —Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 00: 1–16.
Gotoh, A., Billen, J., Tsuji, K., Sasaki, T. and Ito, F. 2011. Histological study of the spermatheca in three thelytokous parthenogenetic ant species, Pristomyrmex punctatus, Pyramica membranifera and Monomorium triviale (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). —Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 00:1–8.
Kuehnel, S., Herzen, J., Kleinteich, T., Beckmann, F. and Kupfer, A. 2011. The female cloaca of an oviparous caecilian amphibian (Gymnophiona): functional and seasonal aspects. —Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 00:1–14.
Nicolau, C.F., Nascimento, A.A., Machado‐Santos, C., Sales, A. and Oshiro, L.M.Y. 2011. Gonads of males and females of the mangrove tree crab Aratus pisonii (Grapsidae: Brachyura: Decapoda): a histological and histochemical view. —Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 00:1–9.
Hünefeld, F. and Beutel, R.G. 2011. The female postabdomen of the enigmatic Nannochoristidae (Insecta: Mecopterida) and its phylogenetic significance. —Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 00: 1–8.
The production of polymorphic spermatozoa has been registered in various insect orders such as Diptera, Lepidoptera, and Hemiptera. In this work, morphology of two types of spermatozoa produced by Largus rufipennis was reported for the first time in the Largidae family. For this, techniques...
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