Edited By: Koen Martens
336 pages, 13 col plates, 78 figs, 17 tabs
Ostracods have largely been ignored in evolutionary studies on reproductivity, in spite of the fact that they have an extensive fossil record and can reproduce using different breeding strategies. Combining palaeontological, ecological, morphological and molecular techniques, the effects of reproductive modes on evolutionary ecologyof non-marine ostracod lineages have been investigated.
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