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  • Bok et al, 2016

    Michael J. Bok, María Capa, Dan-Eric Nilsson, Here, There and Everywhere: The Radiolar Eyes of Fan Worms (Annelida, Sabellidae), Integrative and Comparative Biology, Volume 56,...
  • Zieger and Meyer-Rochow, 2008

    Marina V. Zieger and Victor Benno Meyer-Rochow. 2008. Understanding the cephalic eyes of pulmonate gastropods: a review. Amer. Malac. Bull.26: 47-66...
  • Moseley, 1885

    H. N. MOSELEY. 1885. Memoirs: On the Presence of Eyes in the Shells of Certain Chitonidæ, and on the Structure of these Organs. Journal of Cell Science, 1885 s2-25:37-60...
  • Bitsch, 2005

    C Bitsch, J Bitsch. 2005. Evolution of eye structure and arthropod phylogeny. In: Crustacean Issues, Stefan Koenemann and Ronald Jenner, eds. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, USA
  • Land and Fernald, 1992

    Land, M.F., and Fernald, R.D. 1992. The Evolution of Eyes. Annual Review of Neuroscience, Vol. 15:1-29. https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev.ne.15.030192.000245
  • Mackenzie 2003

    Treatise on Geochemistry, Volume 7. Editor: Fred T. Mackenzie. Executive Editors: Heinrich D. Holland and Karl K. Turekian. pp. 407. ISBN 0-08-043751-6. Elsevier, 2003.,...
  • Nebelsick 1992

    Nebelsick, J. (1992). Echinoid Distribution by Fragment Identification in the Northern Bay of Safaga, Red Sea, Egypt. PALAIOS, 7(3), 316-328. doi:10.2307/3514976...
  • Bone and James 1993

    Bone, Y., James, N.P. 1993. Bryozoans as carbonate sediment producers on the cool-water Lacepede Shelf, southern Australia. Sedimentary Geology, 86(3–4):247-271....
  • Yamano et al 2000

    Yamano, H., Miyajima, T. & Koike, I. Importance of foraminifera for the formation and maintenance of a coral sand cay: Green Island, Australia. Coral Reefs 19, 51–58 (2000)....
  • Cubo, 2000

    Cubo, J., Arthur, W. Patterns of correlated character evolution in flightless birds: a phylogenetic approach. Evolutionary Ecology 14, 693–702 (2000)....
  • Wilkinson et al, 2003

    Mark Wilkinson , Simon P. Loader , David J. Gower , Jonathan A. Sheps & Bernard L. Cohen (2003) Phylogenetic relationships of African caecilians (Amphibia: Gymnophiona):...
  • Wilkinson et al, 2011

    WILKINSON, M., SAN MAURO, D., SHERRATT, E., & GOWER, D. J. (2011). A nine-family classification of caecilians (Amphibia: Gymnophiona). Zootaxa, 2874(1), 41....
  • Nussbaum, 1985

    Nussbaum,R.A. 1985. SYSTEMATICS OF CAECILIANS (AMPHIBIA: GYMNOPHIONA) OF THE FAMILY SCOLECOMORPHIDAE. OCCASIONAL PAPERS OF THE MUSEUM OF ZOOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, number...
  • Suschenko and Purschke, 2008

    Suschenko, Dominick and Günter Purschke. “Ultrastructure of pigmented adult eyes in errant polychaetes (Annelida): implications for annelid evolution.” Zoomorphology 128 (2008):...
  • Hughes, 1970

    Hughes, H.P.I. A light and electron microscope study of some opisthobranch eyes. Z.Zellforsch 106, 79–98 (1970). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01027719
  • Koppetsch et al, 2019

    T Koppetsch, W Böhme, A Koch. 2019. A new species of Dibamus Duméril & Bibron, 1839 (Squamata: Dibamidae) from Pulau Manado Tua, Northern Sulawesi, Indonesia. Zootaxa, 4555...
  • Picciani et al, 2018

    Natasha Picciani, Jamie R. Kerlin, Noemie Sierra, Andrew J.M. Swafford, M. Desmond Ramirez, Nickellaus G. Roberts, Johanna T. Cannon, Marymegan Daly, Todd H. Oakley. 2018....
  • Syme and Oakley, 2012

    Anna E. Syme, Todd H. Oakley, Dispersal between Shallow and Abyssal Seas and Evolutionary Loss and Regain of Compound Eyes in Cylindroleberidid Ostracods: Conflicting...
  • Beckers et al, 2019

    Beckers, P., Helm, C. & Bartolomaeus, T. The anatomy and development of the nervous system in Magelonidae (Annelida) – insights into the evolution of the annelid brain. BMC...
  • Vodopyanov and Purschke, 2017

    Vodopyanov, S., Purschke, G. Fine structure of the cerebral eyes in Flabelligera affinis (Annelida, Sedentaria, Cirratuliformia): new data prove the existence of typical...
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