Differential heavy-metal sensitivity in two cryptic species of the marine nematode Litoditis marina as revealed by developmental and behavioural assays
2018) JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY. 502. p.203-210 Mark(
- Co-occurrence of cryptic nematode species : true coexistence or mediated by differential microhabitat preferences?
- The microbiomes of sympatric cryptic nematode species reflect resource differentiation which is altered by ecological interactions
- Cryptic diversity matters : ecological and functional differences in a marine nematode cryptic species complex
- Cryptic diversity matters : implications for ecosystem functioning and pollution monitoring
- Cryptic diversity and ecosystem functioning : a complex tale of differential effects on decomposition
- Unravelling coexistence of cryptic Litoditis marina species
- Coexisting cryptic species of the Litoditis marina complex (Nematoda) show differential resource use and have distinct microbiomes with high intraspecific variability
- Microhabitat choice of cryptic species: do closely related nematode species really occur together?
- Assessing functional diversity of marine nematodes in the 21st century: moving away from the black box approach