Nature Communications – Toussaint et al. 2014

published today, in collaboration with Zoologische Staatssammlung (Munich), Royal Holloway University of London, Papua New Guinea Institute for Biological Research (Madang), Naturhistorisches Museum (Vienna), Natural History Museum (London), Imperial College Silwood Park, Mediterranean Institute for Advanced Studies (Esporles), and the GeoBioCenter of Ludwig-Maximilians-University (Munich):


Toussaint EFA, R Hall, MT Monaghan, K Sagata, S Ibalim, HV Shaverdo, AP Vogler, J Pons, M Balke. The towering orogeny of New Guinea as a trigger of arthropod megadiversity. Nature Communications 5:4001


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