Literature

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B. Wipfler, Pohl, H., Predel, R.2012Two new genera and two new species of Mantophasmatodea (Insecta, Polyneoptera) from Namibia
H. Pohl, Kinzelbach R.2001First record of a female stylopid (Strepsiptera: ?Myrmecolacidae) parasite of a prionomyrmecine ant (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Baltic amber
H. Pohl, Beutel, R. G., Kinzelbach, R.2005Protoxenidae fam. nov. (Insecta, Strepsiptera) from Baltic amber a 'missing link' in strepsipteran phylogeny
H. Pohl, Beutel R. G.2005The phylogeny of Strepsiptera (Hexapoda)
H. Pohl, Beutel R. G.2008The evolution of Strepsiptera (Hexapoda)
H. Pohl2002Phylogeny of the Strepsiptera based on morphological data of the first instar larva
H. Pohl2009The oldest fossil strepsipteran larva (Insecta: Strepsiptera) from the Geisel Valley, Germany (Eocene)
R. Kinzelbach, Pohl H.1994The fossil Strepsiptera (Insecta: Strepsiptera)
F. Hünefeld, Pohl, H., B, W., Beckmann, F., Beutel, R. G.2011The male postabdomen and genital apparatus of †Mengea tertiaria, a strepsipteran amber fossil (Insecta)
M. Fraulob, Wipfler, M., Hünefeld, F., Pohl, H., Beutel, R. G.2012The larval abdomen of the enigmatic Nannochoristidae (Mecoptera, Insecta)
F. Bravo, Pohl, H., Silva-Neto, A., Beutel, R. G.2009Bahiaxenidae, a ‘‘living fossil’’ and a new family of Strepsiptera (Hexapoda) discovered in Brazil
R. G. Beutel, Pohl H.2006Endopterygote systematics - where do we stand and what is the goal (hexapoda, Arthropoda)?
R. G. Beutel, Pohl H.2006Head structures of males of Strepsiptera (Hexapoda) with emphasis on basal splitting events within the order
R. G. Beutel, Kristensen, N. P., Pohl, H.2009Resolving insect phylogeny: The significance of cephalic structures of the Nannomecoptera in understanding endopterygote relationships
R. G. Beutel, Friedrich, F., Hörnschemeyer, T., Pohl, H., Hünefeld, F., Beckmann, F., Meier, R., Misof, B., Whiting, M. F.2011Morphological and molecular evidence converge upon a robust phylogeny of the megadiverse Holometabola
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