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Zootaxa, ISSN 1175-5326, 10/2018, Volume 4496, Issue 1, pp. 65 - 95
The earthworm family Hormogastridae is a relatively diverse group in the Western Mediterranean basin. Since 1887, around thirty species have been described and... 
Alpha taxonomy | Species diversity | Molecular phylogeny | Morphology | Clitellata | SP N. ANNELIDA | EARTHWORMS OLIGOCHAETA | EVOLUTIONARY | ZOOLOGY | morphology | molecular phylogeny | SOIL | species diversity | ELISAE | alpha taxonomy | FRANCE | Oligochaeta | Animals
Journal Article
European Journal of Soil Biology, ISSN 1164-5563, 09/2019, Volume 94, p. 103114
The genus Rosa, 1893 has been one of the most controversial in the taxonomy of Lumbricidae. The most accomplished earthworm experts from the last century... 
Divergence time estimation | Systematics | Bayesian inference | Earthworms
Journal Article
Invertebrate Systematics, ISSN 1445-5226, 2018, Volume 32, Issue 3, pp. 652 - 671
The problem of reconciling earthworm taxonomy and phylogeny has shown advances with the application of molecular techniques, yet they have proven insufficient.... 
character evolution | morphology | comparative morphology | molecular systematics | Clitellata | SP N. ANNELIDA | EVOLUTIONARY | SEQUENCES | CHARACTERS | TAXONOMY | EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | ZOOLOGY | MODELS | PHYLOGENOMIC ANALYSES | PHYLOGENETICS | GENETIC-DIVERGENCE
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Zoologica Scripta, ISSN 0300-3256, 09/2009, Volume 38, Issue 5, pp. 537 - 552
Hormogastridae earthworms are highly important for the functioning of the Mediterranean soil system. However, little is known about the species distribution... 
EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY | DISTANCE | AMPLIFICATION | ZOOLOGY | BARCODES | F-STATISTICS | POPULATION-GROWTH | POLYMERASE CHAIN-REACTION | HYDROTHERMAL VENTS | DNA-SEQUENCE DATA | MITOCHONDRIAL-DNA | PCR | Cytochrome c | Analysis | Genetic research | Cytochrome oxidase | Genetic aspects | Mitochondrial DNA | Biological diversity
Journal Article
ZOOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY, ISSN 0024-4082, 02/2018, Volume 182, Issue 2, pp. 258 - 274
Phylogenetic analysis has revealed many potential new earthworm species and has led to changes in current taxonomic classifications. Here, we propose the... 
Galiciandrilus | Bayesian divergence time analysis | MITOCHONDRIAL | 18S | MULTIPLE SEQUENCE ALIGNMENT | Lumbricidae | Oligochaeta | earthworms | TAXONOMY | BOOTSTRAP | EVOLUTION | ZOOLOGY | MODELS | molecular phylogeny | SELECTION | Compostelandrilus
Journal Article
European Journal of Soil Biology, ISSN 1164-5563, 03/2018, Volume 86, pp. 49 - 51
Molecular techniques have accelerated the detection of cryptic diversity within different animal groups, especially in soil fauna. These cryptic taxa show no... 
Molecular markers | Behavior | Species delimitation | Morphology | Ecological preferences | LUMBRICIDAE | EARTHWORMS OLIGOCHAETA | ANNELIDA | DIVERSIFICATION | PHYLOGEOGRAPHY | CALIGINOSA | HYBRIDIZATION | LINEAGES | SOIL SCIENCE | ECOLOGY | HORMOGASTRIDAE | COMPLEX OLIGOCHAETA | Epigenetic inheritance | Animal behavior
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by Gisela Lüscher and Youssef Ammari and Aljona Andriets and Siyka Angelova and Michaela Arndorfer and Debra Bailey and Katalin Balázs and Marion Bogers and Robert G. H. Bunce and Jean-Philippe Choisis and Peter Dennis and Mario Díaz and Tetyana Dyman and Sebastian Eiter and Wendy Fjellstad and Mariecia Fraser and Jürgen K. Friedel and Salah Garchi and Ilse R. Geijzendorffer and Tiziano Gomiero and Guillermo Gonzàlez-Bornay and Yana Guteva and Felix Herzog and Philippe Jeanneret and Rob H. G. Jongman and Max Kainz and Norman Kwikiriza and María Lourdes López Díaz and Gerardo Moreno and Pip Nicholas-Davies and Charles Nkwiine and Julius Opio and Maurizio G. Paoletti and László Podmaniczky and Philippe Pointereau and Fernando Pulido and Jean-Pierre Sarthou and Manuel K. Schneider and Tahar Sghaier and Norman Siebrecht and Siyka Stoyanova and Sebastian Wolfrum and Sergiy Yashchenko and Harald Albrecht and András Báldi and Márta Belényesi and Jacinto Benhadi-Marin and Theo Blick and Serge Buholzer and Csaba Centeri and Norma Choisis and Gérard Cuendet and Hendrika J. De Lange and Sylvain Déjean and Christo Deltshev and Darío J. Díaz Cosín and Wenche Dramstad and Zoltán Elek and Gunnar Engan and Konstantin Evtushenko and Eszter Falusi and Oliver-D. Finch and Thomas Frank and Federico Gavinelli and David Genoud and Phillipa K. Gillingham and Viktor Grónás and Mónica Gutiérrez and Werner Häusler and Xaver Heer and Thomas Hübner and Marco Isaia and Gergely Jerkovich and Juan B. Jesus and Esezah Kakudidi and Eszter Kelemen and Nóra Koncz and Eszter Kovacs and Anikó Kovács-Hostyánszki and Luisa Last and Toshko Ljubomirov and Klaus Mandery and Josef Mayr and Atle Mjelde and Christoph Muster and Juri Nascimbene and Johann Neumayer and Frode Ødegaard and Francisco Javier Ortiz Sánchez and Marie-Louise Oschatz and Susanne Papaja-Hülsbergen and Mauro Paschetta and Mark Pavett and Céline Pelosi and Károly Penksza and Reidun Pommeresche and Victor Popov and Volodymyr Radchenko and Nina Richner and Susanne Riedel and ...
Ecology, ISSN 0012-9658, 6/2016, Volume 97, Issue 6, pp. 1625 - 1625
Farmland is a major land cover type in Europe and Africa and provides habitat for numerous species. The severe decline in farmland biodiversity of the last... 
Data Papers | vascular plant | bee | earthworm | habitat diversity | Uganda | BioBio | permanent crop | arable crop | agricultural management | spider | Tunisia | grassland | Life Sciences
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European Journal of Soil Biology, ISSN 1164-5563, 07/2017, Volume 81, pp. 31 - 38
Little is known about the origin and spatial pattern of the common phenomenon of parthenogenesis in earthworms. is unique in having a global distribution,... 
Uniparental reproduction | Aporrectodea trapezoides | Hybridization | Lumbricidae | DNA-SEQUENCES | DIVERSIFICATION | MITOCHONDRIAL | HAPLOTYPES | POPULATIONS | POTAMOPYRGUS | SOIL SCIENCE | EVOLUTION | SPECIES COMPLEX OLIGOCHAETA | ECOLOGY | PHYLOGENETICS | RNA | Genetic research
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ZooKeys, ISSN 1313-2989, 2014, Volume 414, Issue 414, pp. 1 - 17
The earthworm family Hormogastridae shows a remarkable disjunction in its distribution in the Iberian Peninsula, with the Hormogaster elisae species complex... 
Earthworm | Disjunct distribution | Phylogeny | Species description | Integrative taxonomy | LUMBRICIDAE | integrative taxonomy | MIXED MODELS | RDNA | SEQUENCES | earthworm | 18S | 16S | ZOOLOGY | SPECIES COMPLEX OLIGOCHAETA | phylogeny | disjunct distribution | PHYLOGENETICS | Evolutionary biology | Evolution | Disjunction | New species | Morphology
Journal Article
Zootaxa, ISSN 1175-5326, 10/2018, Volume 4496, Issue 1, p. 65
The earthworm family Hormogastridae is a relatively diverse group in the Western Mediterranean basin. Since 1887, around thirty species have been described and... 
Species diversity | New species | Aquatic invertebrates | Vernacular names | Genera
Journal Article
ZooKeys, ISSN 1313-2989, 2014, Issue 414, p. 1
The earthworm family Hormogastridae shows a remarkable disjunction in its distribution in the Iberian Peninsula, with the Hormogaster elisae species complex... 
Journal Article
ZooKeys, ISSN 1313-2989, 2014, Volume 399, Issue 399, pp. 71 - 87
The morphological and anatomical simplicity of soil dwelling animals, such as earthworms, has limited the establishment of a robust taxonomy making it... 
Eiseniona | Species description | Earthworms | Lumbricids | Phylogenetics | Phylogeny | Taxonomy | Species | Morphology
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Pedobiologia - International Journal of Soil Biology, ISSN 0031-4056, 2011, Volume 54, Issue 5, pp. 281 - 290
is a widely distributed earthworm, consisting of sexual, pseudogamic and parthenogenetic forms. We sampled individuals from five differently reproducing... 
Parthenogenesis | Phylogenetic analysis | Aporrectodea trapezoides | Cytochrome oxidase I | Spermiogenesis | Histone H3 | Phylogeneticanalysis | Cytochrome oxidase 1 | DNA-SEQUENCES | EVOLUTIONARY | ANNELIDA | MITOCHONDRIAL | SOIL SCIENCE | EARTHWORMS | ECOLOGY | Cytochrome c | Cytochrome oxidase | Analysis
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