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.

                    [6 references currently listed]
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Last update: 21-09-2020]
 

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20.09.2020
Zawierucha, K., Porazinska, D.L., Ficetola, G.F., Ambrosini, R., Baccolo, G., Buda, J., Ceballos, J.L., Devetter, M., Dial, R., Franzetti, A., Fuglewicz, U., Gielly, L., £okas, E., Janko, K., Novotna Jaromerska, T., Koœciñski, A., Koz³owska, A., Ono, M., Parnikoza, I., Pittino, F., Poniecka, E., Sommers, P., Schmidt, S.K., Shain, D., Sikorska, S., Uetake, J. & Takeuchi, N. (202?) A hole in the nematosphere: tardigrades and rotifers dominate the cryoconite hole environment, whereas nematodes are missing. Journal of Zoology.
17.09.2020
Sugiura, K. & Matsumoto, M. (2020) Spermatozoa morphology changes during reproduction and first observation of acrosomal contact in two dioecious species of Macrobiotidae (Tardigrada: Eutardigrada). Zygote.
31.08.2020
Sugiura, K., Minato, H., Matsumoto, M. & Suzuki, A.C. (2020) Milnesium (Tardigrada: Apochela) in Japan: The First Confirmed Record of Milnesium tardigradum s.s. and Description of Milnesium pacificum sp. nov. Zoological Science, 37(5).
25.08.2020
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) signalise a pseudocryptic horn of plenty. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society.
25.08.2020
Stec, D. & Michalczyk, £. (202?) Macrobiotus coronifer Richters, 1903 (type species for Richtersius Pilato & Binda, 1989): designating a new neotype from the original type locality described within the integrative taxonomy framework. Zootaxa.
08.08.2020
Vizueta, J., Escuer, P., Frías-López, C., Guirao-Rico, S., Hering, L., Mayer, G., Rozas, J. & Sánchez-Gracia, A. (202?) Evolutionary history of major chemosensory gene families across Panarthropoda. Molecular Biology and Evolution.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Last update: 21-09-2020
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(2004-2020)
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