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2005-present. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences.


  1. Shalchian-Tabrizi, K., Eikrem, W., Klaveness, D., Vaulot, D., Minge, M.A., Le Gall, F., Romari, K., Throndsen, J., Botnen, A., Massana, R., Thomsen, H.A. & Jakobsen, K.S., 2006. Telonemia, a new protist phylum with affinity to chromist lineages.: 1833-1842.
  2. Boessenkool, S., Austin, J.J., Worthy, T.H., Scofield, P., Cooper, A., Seddon, P.J. & Waters, J.M., 2009. Relict or colonizer? Extinction and range expansion of penguins in southern New Zealand: 815-821.
  3. Reisz, R.R., Modesto, S.P. & Scott, D.M., 2011. A new Early Permian reptile and its significance in early diapsid evolution: 3731-3737.
  4. Brown, M.W., Sharpe, S.C., Silberman, J.D., Heiss, A.A., Lang, B.F., Simpson, A.G.B. & Roger, A.J., 2013. Phylogenomics demonstrates that breviate flagellates are related to opisthokonts and apusomonads: [1]-9.
  5. Modesto, S.P., Scott, D.M., MacDougall, M.J., Sues, H.-D., Evans, D.C. & Reisz, R.R., 2015. The oldest parareptile and the early diversification of reptiles: 20141912 (pp. [1]-9).
  6. Fernández, R., Sharma, P.P., Tourinho, A.L. & Giribet, G., 2017. The Opiliones tree of life: shedding light on harvestmen relationships through transcriptomics: [1]-9.
  7. Cunha, T.J. & Giribet, G., 2019. A congruent topology for deep gastropod relationships: [1]-8.
  8. Moysiuk, J. & Caron, J.-B., 2019. Burgess Shale fossils shed light on the agnostid problem: [1]-9.
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