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Zoological Journal

The Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society publishes original papers on systematic and evolutionary zoology. Including comparative, functional and other studies where relevant and studies of extinct as well as living animals.

Edited by Dr Peter J Hayward

June 2015: Volume 174, Issue 2, Pages 217-428

  • Phylogeny of the shore crab family Grapsidae (Decapoda: Brachyura: Thoracotremata) based on a multilocus approach

Brian H Y Ip, Christoph D Schubart, Ling Ming Tsang and Ka Hou Chu

  • Host specialization and species diversity in the genus Stylops (Strepsiptera: Stylopidae), revealed by molecular phylogenetic analysis

Katerina Juzova, Yuta Nakase and Jakub Straka

  • Systematics of the Anopheles barbirostris species complex (Diptera: Culicidae: Anophelinae) in Thailand

Kritsana Taai and Ralph E Harbach

  • Taxonomy and phylogeny of the Asphondylia species (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) of North American goldenrods: challenging morphology, complex host associations, and cryptic speciation

Netta Dorchin, Jeffrey B Joy, Lukas K Hilke, Michael J Wise and Warren G Abrahamson

  • Molecular phylogenetics and complementary geographical distributions of species of the Western Australian land snail genera Plectorhagada Iredale, 1933 and Strepsitaurus Solem, 1997 (Gastropoda: Camaenidae)

James P A Taylor, Michael S Johnson and Sean Stankowski

  • Systematics and biogeography of Pleurobranchus Cuvier, 1804, sea slugs (Heterobranchia: Nudipleura: Pleurobranchidae)

Jessica Goodheart, Yolanda Camacho-Garcia, Vinicius Padula, Michael Schrodl, Juan L Cervera, Terrence M Gosliner and Angel Valdes

  • Review and phylogeny of the New Zealand hagfishes (Myxiniformes: Myxinidae), with a description of three new species

Vincent Zintzen, Clive D Roberts, Lara Shepherd, Andrew L Stewart, Carl D Struthers, Marti J Anderson, Margaret McVeagh, Michael Noren and Bo Fernholm

  • Using geometric morphometrics for integrative taxonomy: an examination of head shapes of milksnakes (genus Lampropeltis)

Sara Ruane

  • The diversification of the genus Monodelphis and the chronology of Didelphidae (Didelphimorphia)

Julio Fernando Vilela, Joao Alves de Oliveira and Claudia Augusta de Moraes Russo