Volume 279, Number 4, April 2018 JOURNAL O F ISSN 0362-2525 Editor: J. Matthias Starck FOUNDED BY C.O. WHITMAN, 1887 Originally Founded by the Wistar Institute Editor J. Matthias Starck Department of Biology II, University of Munich (LMU) – Biocenter, Planegg-Martinsried, Germany E-mail: email@example.com Senior Advisory Board William M. Kier Peter Wainwright Department of Biology Department of Evolution & Ecology University of North Carolina University of California Chapel Hill, NC Davis, CA firstname.lastname@example.org PCWainwright@ucdavis.edu Reinhardt Møbjerg Kristensen Marvalee H. Wake Zoological Museum and Department of Integrative Biology Arctic Station University of California University of Copenhagen Berkeley, CA Copenhagen, Denmark email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Advisory Board Richard Blob Jens T. Hoeg Thomas Stach Clemson University University of Copenhagen Humboldt-Universität Berlin Clemson, South Carolina DENMARK Berlin, GERMANY James R. Stewart Maria Byrne Shigeru Kuratani East Tennessee State University University of Sydney Evolutionary Morphology Laboratory Johnson City, Tennessee Sydney, AUSTRALIA RIKEN Kobe, JAPAN Alexander Tzetlin Shaun P. Collin M. V. Lomonosov Moscow George V. Lauder University of Western Australia State University Harvard University Crawley, AUSTRALIA Moscow, RUSSIA Cambridge, Massachusetts Elisabeth Dumont Janice Voltzow Paula Mabee University of Massachusetts University of Scranton University of South Dakota Amherst, Massachusetts Scranton, Pennsylvania Vermillion, South Dakota Jacqueline F.
Journal of Morphology – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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