Literature

AuthorsYearTitlesort descending
A. A. Polilov, Beutel R. G.2010Developmental stages of the hooded beetle Sericoderus lateralis (Coleoptera: Corylophidae) with comments on the phylogenetic position and effects of miniaturization
M. Bai, Beutel, R. G., Song, K. - Q., Liu, W. - G., Malqin, H., Li, S., Hua, X. - Y., Yang, X. - K.2012Evolutionary patterns of hind wing morphology in dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeinae)
T. Hörnschemeyer, Haug, J. T., Béthoux, O., Beutel, R. G., Charbonnier, S., Hegna, T. A., Koch, M., RUST, J. E. S., Wedmann, S., Bradler, S., Willmann, R.2013Is Strudiella a Devonian insect?
J. Kukalová-Peck, Beutel R. G.2012Is the Carboniferous †Adiphlebia lacoana really the “oldest beetle”?Critical reassessment and description of a new Permian beetle family
R. G. Beutel, Pollock D. A.2000Larval head morphology of Phycosecis litoralis (Pascoe) (Coleoptera : Phycosecidae) with phylogenetic implications
R. G. Beutel, Ge, S. -qin, Hörnschemeyer, T.2008On the head morphology of Tetraphalerus, the phylogeny of Archostemata and the basal branching events in Coleoptera
R. G. Beutel, WANG, B. O., Tan, J. - J., Gec, S. - Q., Rend, D., Yang, X. - K.2012On the phylogeny and evolution of Mesozoic and extant lineages of Adephaga (Coleoptera, Insecta)
H. Pohl, Wipfler, B., Grimaldi, D., Beckmann, F., Beutel, R. G.2010Reconstructing the anatomy of the 42-million-year-old fossil Mengea tertiaria (Insecta, Strepsiptera)
M. Bai, Beutel, R. G., Shih, C. -kun, Ren, D., Yang, X. - K.2013Septiventeridae, a new and ancestral fossil family of Scarabaeoidea (Insecta: Coleoptera) from the Late Jurassic to Early Cretaceous Yixian Formation
R. G. Beutel, Pohl, H., Hu¨nefeld, F.2005Strepsipteran brains and effects of miniaturization (Insecta)
K. Schneeberg, Friedrich, F., Courtney, G. W., Wipfler, B., Beutel, R. G.2012The larvae of Nymphomyiidae (Diptera, Insecta) e Ancestral and highly derived?
R. G. Beutel, Friedrich, F., Aspöck, U.2010The larval head of Nevrorthidae and the phylogeny ofNeuroptera (Insecta)
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