Literature

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N. Klas WAIILBERG, Simon, S., Hadrys, H., Zwick, A., Fukui, Mki ko, Tomizuka, S., Sekiya, K., Mashimo, Y., Shimizu, S., Machida, R., Koch, M., Carle, F. L., May, M. L., Bbnke, A., Ware, J. Lee, Béthoux, O., Bradler, S., Svenson, G. J., Wletand, F., Béthoux, O., Sthuh, R. 1., Weirauch, C., Yoshizawa, K., Johnson, K. P., Beutel, R. Georg, Niehuis, O., U Aspiick, lrike, Zirnmermann, D., Vogler, A. P., Madaric, B. Bruvo, Robertson, J. A., Marvaldi, A. E., Matsumurn., Y., Vilhelmsen, L., Kristensen, N. P., Dupont, S., Rota, J., Zwick, A., Simonsen, T. 1., Kjer, K., Wegmann, B. M., frautwein, M., Pape, T.0Datlng the models: robust tempomi estimates of arthropod macroevolutionary events and divergences.Can phylogenomkstudies tell us the evolution of insects?Molecular phylogeny of non-endopterygote HexapodaEmbryonic development of o springm I'omocerus cus ld
O. Béthoux, Nel, A., Lapeyrie, J.2003THE EXTINCT ORDER CALONEURODEA (INSECTA: PTERYGOTA: PANORTHOPTERA): WING VENATION, SYSTEMATICS AND PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS
O. Béthoux, Nel A.2002Venation pattern and revision of Orthoptera sensu nov. and sister groups. Phylogeny of Palaeozoic and Mesozoic Orthoptera sensu nov
O. Béthoux, Kristensen, N. P., Engel, M. S.2008Hennigian Phylogenetic Systematics and the ‘Groundplan’ vs. ‘Post-Groundplan’ Approaches: A Reply to Kukalova´-Peck
O. Béthoux2007Propositions for a character-state-based biological taxonomy
O. Béthoux2007Cladotypic taxonomy revisited
O. Béthoux2008Revision and phylogenetic affinities of the lobeattid species bronsoni Dana, 1864 and silvatica Laurentiaux & Laurentiaux-Vieira, 1980 (Pennsylvanian; Archaeorthoptera)
O. Béthoux2008Groundplan, nomenclature, homology, phylogeny, and the question of the insect wing venation pattern
O. Béthoux2009Head and leg morphology of elongata Brongniart, 1893: 433 (Late Carboniferous, Archaeorthoptera): phylogenetic and palaeoecological implications
O. Béthoux2009Gaps and nodes between fossil and extant insects
O. Béthoux2010Optimality of phylogenetic nomenclatural procedures
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