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Evolution and biogeography of the Crustacea / edited by Gary C. B. Poore and Martin Thiel.

Contributor(s): Poore, Gary C. B | Thiel, Martin, 1962-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Natural history of the crustacea: volume 8Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2020Description: xiv, 505 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.ISBN: 0190637846; 9780190637842.Other title: Natural history of the Crustacea. Volume 8, Evolution and biogeography of the Crustacea [Other title].Subject(s): CRUSTACEANS | EVOLUTION | PHYLOGENY | PHYLOGEOGRAPHY | BIOGEOGRAPHY | BARNACLES | COPEPODS | BENTHOS | DEEP SEA FAUNA | CORAL COMMUNITIES | MARINE ENVIRONMENT | LITTORAL ZONE | ESTUARINE ORGANISMS | LACUSTRINE ENVIRONMENT | TERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENTHoldings: GRETA POINT: 595.3 EVO
Contents:
Chapter 1. What the Ur-crustacean Looked Like / Stefan Richter and Christian Wirkner -- Chapter 2. The Fossil Record of the Pancrustacea / Thomas A. Hegna, Javier Luque, and Joanna M. Wolfe -- Chapter 3. Evolution and Radiation of Crustacea / Shane T. Ahyong -- Chapter 4. The Pancrustacean Conundrum: A Conflicted Phylogeny with Emphasis on Crustacea / Heather Bracken-Grissom and Joanna M. Wolfe -- Chapter 5. Crustaceans and Insect Origins / Björn M. von Reumont and Gregory D. Edgecombe -- Chapter 6. Biogeography of the Oceans / Claudia Halsband, Shane T. Ahyong, Angelika Brandt, Ksenia Kosobokova, Peter Ward, Will P. Goodall-Copestake, and Enrique Macpherson -- Chapter 7. Conquering the Ocean Depths Over Three Geological Eras / Torben Riehl, Simone Nunes Brandão, and Angelika Brandt -- Chapter 8. Biogeography and Host Usage of Coral-associated Crustaceans - Barnacles, Copepods and Gall Crabs as Model Organisms / Benny K.K. Chan, Kingsley J.H. Wong, and Yu-Rong Cheng -- Chapter 9. Invasion of the Poles / Joanna Legezynska, Claude De Broyer, and Jan Marcin Weslawski -- Chapter 10. Colonization of Coastal and Estuarine Environments / Joseph L. Staton, Brian A. Canada, Stephen A. Borgianini, and Karen M. Barkel -- Chapter 11. Standing Waters, especially Ancient Lakes / Kristina von Rintelen, Patricio De los Ríos, and Thomas von Rintelen -- Chapter 12. Colonization, Adaptation, Radiation, and Diversity in Freshwater / Shane T. Ahyong and Chao Huang -- Chapter 13. Subterranean and Anchialine Waters / Renée E. Bishop, William Humphreys, and Damià Jaume -- Chapter 14. Terrestrial Environments / Spyros Sfenthourakis, Alan A. Myers, Stefano Taiti, and James K. Lowry -- Chapter 15. Latitudinal Gradient of Diversity of Marine Crustaceans: Towards a Synthesis / Marcelo M. Rivadeneira and Gary C. B. Poore -- Chapter 16. Intertidal to Abyss: Crustaceans and Depth / Anna McCallum and Torben Riehl -- Chapter 17. Population Connectivity and Phylogeography of Crustaceans / Christine Ewers-Saucedo and John P. Wares -- Chapter 18. Outlook: Crustaceans in the Anthropocene / Karolina Bacela-Spychalska, Gary C. B. Poore, and Michal Grabowski -- Index.
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Chapter 1. What the Ur-crustacean Looked Like / Stefan Richter and Christian Wirkner -- Chapter 2. The Fossil Record of the Pancrustacea / Thomas A. Hegna, Javier Luque, and Joanna M. Wolfe -- Chapter 3. Evolution and Radiation of Crustacea / Shane T. Ahyong -- Chapter 4. The Pancrustacean Conundrum: A Conflicted Phylogeny with Emphasis on Crustacea / Heather Bracken-Grissom and Joanna M. Wolfe -- Chapter 5. Crustaceans and Insect Origins / Björn M. von Reumont and Gregory D. Edgecombe -- Chapter 6. Biogeography of the Oceans / Claudia Halsband, Shane T. Ahyong, Angelika Brandt, Ksenia Kosobokova, Peter Ward, Will P. Goodall-Copestake, and Enrique Macpherson -- Chapter 7. Conquering the Ocean Depths Over Three Geological Eras / Torben Riehl, Simone Nunes Brandão, and Angelika Brandt -- Chapter 8. Biogeography and Host Usage of Coral-associated Crustaceans - Barnacles, Copepods and Gall Crabs as Model Organisms / Benny K.K. Chan, Kingsley J.H. Wong, and Yu-Rong Cheng -- Chapter 9. Invasion of the Poles / Joanna Legezynska, Claude De Broyer, and Jan Marcin Weslawski -- Chapter 10. Colonization of Coastal and Estuarine Environments / Joseph L. Staton, Brian A. Canada, Stephen A. Borgianini, and Karen M. Barkel -- Chapter 11. Standing Waters, especially Ancient Lakes / Kristina von Rintelen, Patricio De los Ríos, and Thomas von Rintelen -- Chapter 12. Colonization, Adaptation, Radiation, and Diversity in Freshwater / Shane T. Ahyong and Chao Huang -- Chapter 13. Subterranean and Anchialine Waters / Renée E. Bishop, William Humphreys, and Damià Jaume -- Chapter 14. Terrestrial Environments / Spyros Sfenthourakis, Alan A. Myers, Stefano Taiti, and James K. Lowry -- Chapter 15. Latitudinal Gradient of Diversity of Marine Crustaceans: Towards a Synthesis / Marcelo M. Rivadeneira and Gary C. B. Poore -- Chapter 16. Intertidal to Abyss: Crustaceans and Depth / Anna McCallum and Torben Riehl -- Chapter 17. Population Connectivity and Phylogeography of Crustaceans / Christine Ewers-Saucedo and John P. Wares -- Chapter 18. Outlook: Crustaceans in the Anthropocene / Karolina Bacela-Spychalska, Gary C. B. Poore, and Michal Grabowski -- Index.

GRETA POINT: 595.3 EVO

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