Synonyms for meyer_olivera_bouchet or Related words with meyer_olivera_bouchet

conchbooks_pp_puillandre_duda              fossil_conoidean_gastropods_hackenheim              chromodorid_nudibranchs_plos              scissurellidae_gastropoda_vetigastropoda              tucker_tenorio_systematic              conchbooks_pp              xenophora_taxonomy_puillandre_duda              olivera_bouchet              fossil_turrids_mollusca_gastropoda              pp_puillandre_duda_meyer              decapod_subspecies              puillandre_duda_meyer_olivera              zootaxa_gastropods_com              desmid              duda_meyer_olivera_bouchet              angariidae              visaya_puillandre_duda_meyer              sorediate_species              varietets              osmolskina              corayi              cerapachyinae              caenoplaninae              instituut_voor_brussels_belgium              belgium_koninklijk_belgisch              ornithogaleae              yonghesuchus              toed_snake              family_eulimidae              conisquamis              haidomyrmodes              striped_opossum              trochini              paleospecies              goosefishes              physical_pcie_slot              chilophiurina              thymallinae              tricarunculata              saltators              dabanensis              pacific_humpback_dolphin              marginelliform_gastropods              cantharidus_montfort              celestichthys              neovenatorids              zootaxa_kilburn_turridae_mollusca              sparrow_amphispiza              bouchet_kantor_yu_sysoev              oryzomyine_rodents_cricetidae_sigmodontinae             



Examples of "meyer_olivera_bouchet"
In the "Journal of Molluscan Studies", in 2014, Puillandre, Duda, Meyer, Olivera & Bouchet presented a new classification for the old genus "Conus". Using 329 species, the authors carried out molecular phylogenetic analyses. The results suggested that the authors should place all cone snails in a single family, Conidae, containing four genera: "Conus", "Conasprella", "Profundiconus" and "Californiconus". The authors group 85% of all known cone snail species under "Conus", They recognize 57 subgenera within "Conus", and 11 subgenera within the genus "Conasprella".
In 2015, in the "Journal of Molluscan Studies", Puillandre, Duda, Meyer, Olivera & Bouchet presented a new classification for the old genus "Conus". Using 329 species, the authors carried out molecular phylogenetic analyses. The results suggested that the authors should place all cone snails in a single family, Conidae, containing four genera: "Conus", "Conasprella", "Profundiconus" and "Californiconus". The authors group 85% of all known cone snail species under "Conus", They recognize 57 subgenera within "Conus", and 11 subgenera within the genus "Conasprella". .
In 2015, in the "Journal of Molluscan Studies", Puillandre, Duda, Meyer, Olivera & Bouchet presented a new classification for the old genus "Conus". Using 329 species, the authors carried out molecular phylogenetic analyses. The results suggested that the authors should place all cone snails in a single family, Conidae, containing four genera: "Conus", "Conasprella", "Profundiconus" and "Californiconus". The authors group 85% of all known cone snail species under "Conus", They recognize 57 subgenera within "Conus", and 11 subgenera within the genus "Conasprella".
In 2015, in the "Journal of Molluscan Studies", Puillandre, Duda, Meyer, Olivera & Bouchet presented a new classification for the old genus "Conus". Using 329 species, the authors carried out molecular phylogenetic analyses. The results suggested that the authors should place all cone snails in a single family, Conidae, containing four genera: "Conus", "Conasprella", "Profundiconus" and "Californiconus". The authors group 85% of all known cone snail species under "Conus", They recognize 57 subgenera within "Conus", and 11 subgenera within the genus "Conasprella".
The traditional taxonomy of cone snails, which prevailed for over 100 years, placed all of the species in the genus "Conus" within the family Conidae. In 2009, a proposed taxonomy by Tucker & Tenorio grouped the cone snails within five families and 115 genera. In 2014, a paper was released (Puillandre, Duda, Meyer, Olivera & Bouchet) that revised the group again, this time in a much simpler way.
In 2015, in the "Journal of Molluscan Studies", Puillandre, Duda, Meyer, Olivera & Bouchet presented a new classification for the old genus "Conus". Using 329 species, the authors carried out molecular phylogenetic analyses. The results suggested that the authors should place all cone snails in a single family, Conidae, containing four genera: "Conus", "Conasprella", "Profundiconus" and "Californiconus". The authors group 85% of all known cone snail species under "Conus", They recognize 57 subgenera within "Conus", and 11 subgenera within the genus "Conasprella".
In 2015, in the "Journal of Molluscan Studies", Puillandre, Duda, Meyer, Olivera & Bouchet presented a new classification for the old genus "Conus". Using 329 species, the authors carried out molecular phylogenetic analyses. The results suggested that the authors should place all cone snails in a single family, Conidae, containing four genera: "Conus", "Conasprella", "Profundiconus" and "Californiconus". The authors group 85% of all known cone snail species under "Conus". They recognize 57 subgenera within "Conus", and 11 subgenera within the genus "Conasprella".
In 2015, in the "Journal of Molluscan Studies", Puillandre, Duda, Meyer, Olivera & Bouchet presented a new classification for the old genus "Conus". Using 329 species, the authors carried out molecular phylogenetic analyses. The results suggested that the authors should place all cone snails in a single family, Conidae, containing four genera: "Conus", "Conasprella", "Profundiconus" and "Californiconus". The authors group 85% of all known cone snail species under "Conus", They recognize 57 subgenera within "Conus", and 11 subgenera within the genus "Conasprella".
In the "Journal of Molluscan Studies", in 2014, Puillandre, Duda, Meyer, Olivera & Bouchet presented a new classification for the old genus "Conus". Using 329 species, the authors carried out molecular phylogenetic analyses. The results suggested that the authors should place all living cone snails in a single family, Conidae, containing four genera: "Conus", "Conasprella", "Profundiconus" and "Californiconus". The authors grouped 85% of all known cone snail species under "Conus", They recognized 57 subgenera within "Conus", and 11 subgenera within the genus "Conasprella".