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    • Development of the nervous system in Solenogastres (Mollusca) reveals putative ancestral spiralian features 

      Redl, Emanuel; Scherholz, Maik; Todt, Christiane; Wollesen, Tim; Wanninger, Andreas (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2014-12-24)
      Background: The Solenogastres (or Neomeniomorpha) are a taxon of aplacophoran molluscs with contentious phylogenetic placement. Since available developmental data on non-conchiferan (that is, aculiferan) molluscs mainly ...
    • Diet of three sympatric species of granivorous songbirds in a Norwegian high mountain area during the early breeding season 

      Byrkjedal, Ingvar; Fjeldheim, Vegard Bang; Halvorsen, Lene Synnøve; Lislevand, Terje (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      Stomach samples of Lapland Longspur Calcarius lapponicus, Snow Bunting Plectrophenax nivalis, and Horned Lark Eremophila alpestris were collected at Hardangervidda in an early phase of the breeding season (during egg-laying ...
    • Diet preferences of the Aglajidae: a family of cephalaspidean gastropod predators on tropical and temperate shores 

      Zamora, Andrea; Malaquias, Manuel Antonio E. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2015)
      Aglajidae is a family of tropical and temperate marine Cephalaspidea gastropod slugs regarded as active predators. In order to better understand their food habits and trophic interactions, we have studied the diet of all ...
    • The dilemma of asymmetric porphyroclast systems and sense of shear 

      Zhang, Qing; Fossen, Haakon (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020-01)
      Asymmetric porphyroclast systems have long been used as independent shear-sense indicators based on their clast-tail asymmetry and/or stair-stepping tail geometry. Over the last two decades, advances in exploring the ...
    • Dimensions of amphibian alpha diversity in the New World 

      Ochoa-Ochoa, Leticia M.; Mejía-Domínguez, Nancy R.; Velasco, Julián A.; Dimitrov, Dimitar; Marske, Katharine A. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Aim The links between taxonomic, functional, and phylogenetic diversity and how these vary geographically are key to understanding how historical and contemporary processes have shaped communities at regional and local ...
    • Directed endozoochorous dispersal by scavengers facilitate sexual reproduction in otherwise clonal plants at cadaver sites 

      Arnberg, Mie Prik; Frank, Shane; Blaalid, Rakel; Davey, Marie Louise; Eycott, Amy Elizabeth; Steyaert, Sam (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      The regeneration niche of many plant species involves spatially and temporally unpredictable disturbances, called recruitment windows of opportunity. However, even species with clear dispersal adaptations such as fleshy ...
    • Disaggregation bands as an indicator for slow creep activity on blind faults 

      Brandes, Christian; Tanner, David C.; Fossen, Haakon; Halisch, Matthias; Müller, Katharina (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      Hidden, blind faults have a strong seismic hazard potential. Consequently, there is a great demand for a robust geological indicator of neotectonic activity on such faults. Here, we conduct field measurements of disaggregation ...
    • The Discovery and Preliminary Geological and Faunal Descriptions of Three New Steinahóll Vent Sites 

      Taylor, James; Devey, Colin; Le Saout, Morgane; Petersen, Sven; Kwasnitschka, Tom; Frutos, Inmaculada; Linse, Katrin; Lörz, Anne-Nina; Pałgan, Dominik; Tandberg, Anne Helene Solberg; Svavarsson, Jörundur; Thorhallsson, Daniel; Tomkowicz, Adrianna; Egilsdottir, Hrönn; Ragnarsson, Stefán Á.; Renz, Jasmin; Markaseva, Elena A.; Gollner, Sabine; Paulus, Eva; Kongsrud, Jon Anders; Beermann, Jan; Kocot, Kevin M.; Meißner, Karin; Bartholomä, Alexander; Hoffman, Leon; Vannier, Pauline; Marsteinsson, Viggó; Rapp, Hans Tore; Diaz-Agras, Guillermo; Tato, Ramiro; Brix, Saskia (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      During RV MS Merian expedition MSM75, an international, multidisciplinary team explored the Reykjanes Ridge from June to August 2018. The first area of study, Steinahóll (150–350 m depth), was chosen based on previous ...
    • Discovery of an unknown diversity of Leucinodes species damaging Solanaceae fruits in sub-Saharan Africa and moving in trade (Insecta, Lepidoptera, Pyraloidea) 

      Mally, Richard; Korycinska, Anastasia; Agassiz, David J. L.; Hall, Jayne; Hodgetts, Jennifer; Nuss, Matthias (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2015-01-19)
      The larvae of the Old World genera Leucinodes Guenée, 1854 and Sceliodes Guenée, 1854 are internal feeders in the fruits of Solanaceae, causing economic damage to cultivated plants like Solanum melongena and S. aethiopicum ...
    • The distribution of lichens and mosses at Edward VII Peninsula, Marie Byrd Land, Antarctica 

      Ochyra, Ryszard; Øvstedal, Dag Olav; Broady, Paul A. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      This is the first detailed study of the distribution of mosses and lichens at Alexandra Mountains and Rockefeller Mountains, Edward VII Peninsula, Antarctica. A total of 418 samples was collected on 21 nunataks in the ...
    • The distribution of the fathead sculpin species Cottunculus subspinosus Jensen, 1902 

      Byrkjedal, Ingvar; Langhelle, Gunnar; Christiansen, Jørgen Schou; Karamushko, Oleg V. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2018-04-13)
      The range of the rarely caught fathead sculpin species Cottunculus subspinosus has been considered restricted to the waters off East Greenland and Northeast Iceland. For the first time the species is recorded from the east ...
    • Diverse mite communities (Acari: Oribatida, Mesostigmata) from a broadleaf forest in western Norway 

      Seniczak, Anna Beata; Bolger, Thomas; Roth, Steffen; Seniczak, Stanislaw; Djursvoll, Per; Jordal, Bjarte Henry (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Broadleaf forests are rare in Norway and they are considered one of the most biodiverse terrestrial habitats in Fennoscandia. These forests are poorly studied in terms of their acarofauna. Mites of two groups, Oribatida ...
    • Diversity and Distribution of Mites (Acari: Ixodida, Mesostigmata, Trombidiformes, Sarcoptiformes) in the Svalbard Archipelago 

      Seniczak, Anna Beata; Seniczak, Stanislaw; Schwarzfeld, Marla D.; Coulson, Stephen J.; Gwiazdowicz, Dariusz J. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Svalbard is a singular region to study biodiversity. Located at a high latitude and geographically isolated, the archipelago possesses widely varying environmental conditions and unique flora and fauna communities. It is ...
    • Diversity and systematics of Haminoeidae gastropods (Heterobranchia: Cephalaspidea) in the tropical West Pacific Ocean: New data on the genera Aliculastrum, Atys, Diniatys and Liloa 

      Too, Chin Chin; Carlson, Clay; Hoff, Patty Jo; Malaquias, Manuel Antonio E. (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2014)
      Four genera of Haminoeidae gastropods inhabiting the tropical West Pacific (Aliculastrum, Atys, Diniatys, and Liloa) were studied based on the combined analyses of live animals, external morphology, anatomy and shells aided ...
    • Diversity and systematics of philinid snails (Gastropoda: Cephalaspidea) in West Africa with remarks on the biogeography of the region 

      Malaquias, Manuel Antonio E.; Ohnheiser, Lena Tina; Oskars, Trond Roger; Willassen, Endre (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2016)
      West Africa is often considered one of the least studied regions of the world concerning marine biodiversity. Knowledge about the philinid snails of the region has largely been based on shells, but shells can be insufficient ...
    • Diversity of Caudofoveata (Mollusca) Around Iceland and Description of Psilodens Balduri sp. n. 

      Mikkelsen, Nina Therese; Todt, Christiane (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2014)
      The first records from samples from the IceAGE cruise ME85/3 in 2011 include seven species of Caudofoveata with a distribution range in Icelandic waters. From this first cruise of the project, two new records for Iceland ...
    • Diversity patterns and conservation gaps of Magnoliaceae species in China 

      Xie, Huanhuan; Tang, Yigong; Fu, Jiao; Chi, Xiulian; Du, Weihua; Dimitrov, Dimitar Stefanov; Liu, Jianquan; Xi, Zhenxiang; Wu, Jianyong; Xu, Xiaoting (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2022)
      Magnoliaceae, a primitive group of angiosperms and distinguished ornamental plants with more than 100 species in China, is one of the most threatened plant family in the wild due to logging, habitat loss, over-collection ...
    • DNA barcode reference libraries for the monitoring of aquatic biota in Europe : Gap-analysis and recommendations for future work 

      Weigand, Hannah; Beermann, Arne J.; Čiampor, Fedor; Costa, Filipe O.; Csabai, Zoltán; Duarte, Sofia; Geiger, Matthias F.; Grabowski, Michał; Rimet, Frédéric; Rulik, Björn; Strand, Malin; Szucsich, Nicholaus; Weigand, Alexander M.; Willassen, Endre; Wyler, Sofia A.; Bouchez, Agnès; Borja, Ángel; Čiamporová-Zaťovičová, Zuzana; Ferreira, Sónia; Dijkstra, Klaas-Douwe B.; Eisendle, Ursula; Freyhof, Jörg; Gadawski, Piotr; Graf, Wolfram; Haegerbaeumer, Arne; van der Hoorn, Berry B.; Japoshvili, Bella; Keresztes, Lujza; Keskin, Emre; Leese, Florian; Macher, Jan N.; Mamos, Tomasz; Paz, Guy; Pešić, Vladimir; Pfannkuchen, Daniela Maric; Pfannkuchen, Martin Andreas; Price, Benjamin W.; Rinkevich, Buki; Teixeira, Marcos A.L.; Várbíró, Gábor; Ekrem, Torbjørn (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019-08-15)
      Effective identification of species using short DNA fragments (DNA barcoding and DNA metabarcoding) requires reliable sequence reference libraries of known taxa. Both taxonomically comprehensive coverage and content quality ...
    • DNA from resin-embedded organisms: Past, present and future 

      Peris, David; Janssen, Kathrin; Barthel, H. Jonas; Bierbaum, Gabriele; Delclòs, Xavier; Peñalver, Enrique; Solórzano-Kraemer, Mónica M.; Jordal, Bjarte Henry; Rust, Jes (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Past claims have been made for fossil DNA recovery from various organisms (bacteria, plants, insects and mammals, including humans) dating back in time from thousands to several million years BP. However, many of these ...
    • Drivers of large‐scale geographical variation in sexual systems of woody plants 

      Wang, Yunyun; Lyu, Tong; Shrestha, Nawal; Lyu, Lisha; Li, Yaoqi; Schmid, Bernhard; Freckleton, Robert; Dimitrov, Dimitar; Liu, Shuguang; Hao, Zhanqing; Wang, Zhiheng (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2020)
      Aim: Sexual systems strongly influence angiosperm evolution and play important roles in community assembly and species responses to climate change. However, geographical variation in proportions of different sexual systems ...