Papers in press

Below are provided the references for papers on Tardigrada which are currently accepted by journals. When a paper is published, it is moved to the section 'Published'. The icon 'NEW' appears until one month after a paper was added to the list.

                    [8 references currently listed]
Last update: 23-02-2021]



G¹siorek, P., Vončina, K., Zaj¹c, K. & Michalczyk, £. (202?) Phylogeography and morphological evolution of Pseudechiniscus (Heterotardigrada: Echiniscidae). Scientific Reports.
Fleming, J.F. & Arakawa, K. (202?) Systematics of tardigrada: A reanalysis of tardigrade taxonomy with specific reference to Guil et al. (2019). Zoologica Scripta.
Guidetti, R., Schill, R.O., Giovannini, I., Massa, E., Goldoni, S.E., Ebel, C., Förschler, M.I., Rebecchi, L. & Cesari, M. (202?) When DNA sequence data and morphological results fit together: Phylogenetic position of Crenubiotus within Macrobiotoidea (Eutardigrada) with description of Crenubiotus ruhesteini sp. nov. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research.
G¹siorek, P., Vončina, K., Ciosek, J., Veloso, M., Fontoura, P. & Michalczyk, £. (202?) New Indomalayan Nebularmis species (Heterotardigrada: Echiniscidae) provoke a discussion on its intrageneric diversity. Zoological Letters.
Kiosya, Y., Vončina, K. & G¹siorek, P. (202?) Echiniscidae in the Mascarenes: the wonders of Mauritius. Evolutionary Systematics.
Topstad, L., Guidetti, R., Majaneva, M. & Ekrem, T. (202?) Multi-marker DNA metabarcoding reflects tardigrade diversity in different habitats. Genome.
Stec, D., Vecchi, M., Calhim, S. & Michalczyk, £. (202?) New multilocus phylogeny reorganises the family Macrobiotidae (Eutardigrada) and unveils complex morphological evolution of the Macrobiotus hufelandi group. Molecular Phylogenetics & Evolution.
G¹siorek, P., Oczkowski, A., Blagden, B., Kristensen, R.M., Bartels, P.J., Nelson, D.R., Suzuki, A.C. & Michalczyk, £. (202?) New Asian and Nearctic Hypechiniscus species (Heterotardigrada: Echiniscidae) signalize a pseudocryptic horn of plenty. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society.









Last update: 23-02-2021
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