Invertebrate Biology

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Edited By: Michael W. Hart

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Online ISSN: 1744-7410

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  • The nonfeeding auricularia of Holothuria mexicana (Echinodermata, Holothuroidea)

    The nonfeeding auricularia of Holothuria mexicana (Echinodermata, Holothuroidea)

    The auricularia, doliolaria, and pentactula of Holothuria mexicana.

  • Observations of false mating behavior in entocytherid ostracods from the northwestern United States

    Observations of false mating behavior in entocytherid ostracods from the northwestern United States

    Examples of typical and false mating in entocytherid ostracods.

  • Is love in the air or at first sight? Mate finding cues used by sympatric male velvet ants (Hymenoptera: Mutillidae)

    Is love in the air or at first sight? Mate finding cues used by sympatric male velvet ants (Hymenoptera: Mutillidae)

    Consensus phylogram of trees sampled from the posterior distribution of the combined Bayesian analysis of CO1 and wingless. Numbers at nodes are posterior probabilities.

  • Spawning of coral reef invertebrates and a second spawning season for scleractinian corals in the central Red Sea

    Spawning of coral reef invertebrates and a second spawning season for scleractinian corals in the central Red Sea

    Observations of nocturnal invertebrate spawning in the central Saudi Arabian Red Sea, including (A) Stichodactyla mertensii, with the oral disc in a volcano shape, and (B) Leiaster leachi immediately after spawning, displaying the general spawning posture of sea stars.

  • Three-dimensional fate mapping of larval tissues through metamorphosis in the glass sponge Oopsacas minuta

    Three‐dimensional fate mapping of larval tissues through metamorphosis in the glass sponge Oopsacas minuta

    Fate of the flagellated chambers, yolk, and lipid in settlers of Oopsacas minuta.

  • Hyalinoecia artifex: Field notes on a charismatic and abundant epifaunal polychaete on the US Atlantic continental margin

    Hyalinoecia artifex: Field notes on a charismatic and abundant epifaunal polychaete on the US Atlantic continental margin

    Hyalinoecia artifex, Hudson Canyon. Scale bar 5 mm.

  • Tusk shells in trouble? Physiology and behavior in response to changing temperature in a scaphopod (Mollusca: Scaphopoda: Dentaliida)

    Tusk shells in trouble? Physiology and behavior in response to changing temperature in a scaphopod (Mollusca: Scaphopoda: Dentaliida)

    The scaphopod Rhabdus rectius, shell length ~3.2 cm.

  • Carboniferous Onychophora from Montceau-les-Mines, France, and onychophoran terrestrialization

    Carboniferous Onychophora from Montceau‐les‐Mines, France, and onychophoran terrestrialization

    The Carboniferous onychophoran Antennipatus montceauensis gen. nov., sp. nov., specimen SOT006706a,b. A–D.SOT006706a, showing the head and anterior trunk of the organism, both antennae visible, and the anterior-most lobopods.

  • The nonfeeding auricularia of Holothuria mexicana (Echinodermata, Holothuroidea)
  • Observations of false mating behavior in entocytherid ostracods from the northwestern United States
  • Is love in the air or at first sight? Mate finding cues used by sympatric male velvet ants (Hymenoptera: Mutillidae)
  • Spawning of coral reef invertebrates and a second spawning season for scleractinian corals in the central Red Sea
  • Three‐dimensional fate mapping of larval tissues through metamorphosis in the glass sponge Oopsacas minuta
  • Hyalinoecia artifex: Field notes on a charismatic and abundant epifaunal polychaete on the US Atlantic continental margin
  • Tusk shells in trouble? Physiology and behavior in response to changing temperature in a scaphopod (Mollusca: Scaphopoda: Dentaliida)
  • Carboniferous Onychophora from Montceau‐les‐Mines, France, and onychophoran terrestrialization

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