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From:Frontiers in Marine SciencePeer-ReviewedAuthor(s): Romy Gielings, Maria Fais, Diego Fontaneto, Simon Creer, Filipe Oliveira Costa, Willem Renema, Jan-Niklas Macher Meiofaunal animals, roughly between 0.045 and 1 mm in size, are ubiquitous and ecologically...
From:Frontiers in Marine SciencePeer-ReviewedAuthor(s): Ana Rotter, Susana P. Gaudàªncio, Katja Klun, Jan-Niklas Macher, Olivier P. Thomas, Irem Deniz, Christine Edwards, Ernesta Grigalionyte-BembiÄ, Zrinka Ljubesic, Johan Robbens, Giovanna Cristina Varese, Marlen...
From:PLoS ONE (Vol. 16, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedForaminifera are a group of mostly marine protists with high taxonomic diversity. Species identification is often complex, as both morphological and molecular approaches can be challenging due to a lack of unique...
From:Frontiers in Ecology and EvolutionPeer-ReviewedAuthor(s): Christopher A. Hempel, Bianca Peinert, Arne J. Beermann, Vasco Elbrecht, Jan-Niklas Macher, Till-Hendrik Macher, Gunnar Jacobs, Florian Leese Freshwaters face some of the highest rates of species loss,...
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