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Thomas Hörnschemeyer
Thomas Hörnschemeyer
Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung & Privatdozent Zoologie, Georg-August-Universität
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Morphological and molecular evidence converge upon a robust phylogeny of the megadiverse Holometabola
RG Beutel, F Friedrich, T Hörnschemeyer, H Pohl, F Hünefeld, ...
Cladistics 27 (4), 341-355, 2011
2012011
On the head morphology of Tetraphalerus, the phylogeny of Archostemata and the basal branching events in Coleoptera
RG Beutel, S Ge, T Hörnschemeyer
Cladistics 24 (3), 270-298, 2008
1502008
Head structures of Priacma serrata leconte (coleptera, archostemata) inferred from X‐ray tomography
T Hörnschemeyer, RG Beutel, F Pasop
Journal of Morphology 252 (3), 298-314, 2002
1322002
Insect morphology in the age of phylogenomics: innovative techniques and its future role in systematics
F Friedrich, Y Matsumura, H Pohl, M Bai, T Hörnschemeyer, RG Beutel
Entomological Science 17 (1), 1-24, 2014
1172014
Paleozoic nymphal wing pads support dual model of insect wing origins
J Prokop, M Pecharová, A Nel, T Hörnschemeyer, E Krzemińska, ...
Current Biology 27 (2), 263-269, 2017
792017
Larval morphology and phylogenetic position of Micromalthus debilis LeConte (Coleoptera: Micromalthidae)
RG Beutel, T Hörnschemeyer
Systematic Entomology 27 (2), 169-190, 2002
632002
The species‐level phylogeny of archostematan beetles—where do Micromalthus debilis and Crowsoniella relicta belong?
T Hoernschemeyer
Systematic Entomology 34 (3), 533-558, 2009
602009
Archostemata Kolbe, 1908
T Hörnschemeyer
562005
Phylogenetic significance of the wing‐base of the Holometabola (Insecta)
T Hörnschemeyer
Zoologica Scripta 31 (1), 17-29, 2002
512002
Morphologie und Evolution des Flügelgelenks der Coleoptera und Neuropterida
T Hörnschemeyer
Zoologisches Forschungsinstitut und Museum Alexander Koenig, 1998
501998
The homology of wing base sclerites and flight muscles in Ephemeroptera and Neoptera and the morphology of the pterothorax of Habroleptoides confusa (Insecta: Ephemeroptera …
J Willkommen, T Hörnschemeyer
Arthropod Structure & Development 36 (2), 253-269, 2007
492007
Late Palaeozoic Paoliida is the sister group of Dictyoptera (Insecta: neoptera)
J Prokop, W Krzeminski, E Krzeminska, T Hoernschemeyer, JM Ilger, ...
Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 12 (5), 601-622, 2014
482014
The thorax of Mantophasmatodea, the morphology of flightlessness, and the evolution of the neopteran insects
B Wipfler, R Klug, SQ Ge, M Bai, J Göbbels, XK Yang, T Hörnschemeyer
Cladistics 31 (1), 50-70, 2015
462015
How long can insect species exist? Evidence from extant and fossil Micromalthus beetles (Insecta: Coleoptera)
T Hoernschemeyer, S Wedmann, G Poinar
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 158 (2), 300-311, 2010
442010
Investigation of insect morphology by MRI: Assessment of spatial and temporal resolution
S Wecker, T Hörnschemeyer, M Hoehn
Magnetic resonance imaging 20 (1), 105-111, 2002
412002
The head morphology of Ascioplaga mimeta (Coleoptera: Archostemata) and the phylogeny of Archostemata
T Hörnschemeyer, J Goebbels, G Weidemann, C Faber, A Haase
European Journal of Entomology 103 (2), 409, 2006
402006
Description of the larva of Rhipsideigma raffrayi (Coleoptera: Archostemata), with phylogenetic and functional implications
RGBT HÖRNSCHEMEYER
Eur. J. Entorno 99, 53-66, 2002
402002
Cephalic morphology of Hymenopus coronatus (Insecta: Mantodea) and its phylogenetic implications
B Wipfler, F Wieland, F DeCarlo, T Hoernschemeyer
Arthropod Structure & Development 41 (1), 87-100, 2012
392012
Analysis of the functional morphology of mouthparts of the beetle Priacma serrata, and a discussion of possible food sources
T Hörnschemeyer, J Bond, PG Young
Journal of Insect Science 13 (1), 126, 2013
372013
Fossil insects from the Late Oligocene Enspel Lagerstätte and their palaeobiogeographic and palaeoclimatic significance
S Wedmann, M Poschmann, T Hörnschemeyer
Palaeobiodiversity and Palaeoenvironments 90, 49-58, 2010
362010
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