Krenn H (Ed.) 2019. Insect Mouthparts Form, Function, Development and Performance Springer International Publishing

Krenn HW (2019) Introduction: Ecological Importance of Insect Feeding. In: Krenn HW (ed) Insect Mouthparts – Form, Function, Development and Performance. Zoological Monographs 5, Springer Nature Switzerland, pp. 1-7

Krenn HW (2019) Form and Function of Insect Mouthparts. In: Krenn HW (ed) Insect Mouthparts – Form, Function, Development and Performance. Zoological Monographs 5, Springer Nature Switzerland, pp 9-46

Krenn HW (2019) Fluid-Feeding Mouthparts. In: Krenn HW (ed) Insect Mouthparts – Form, Function, Development and Performance. Zoological Monographs 5, Springer Nature Switzerland, pp 47-99

Mauss V, Kuba KKrenn HW (2019) Evolution of the Multifunctional Mouthparts of Adult Vespidae. In: Krenn HW (ed) Insect Mouthparts – Form, Function, Development and Performance. Zoological Monographs 5, Springer Nature Switzerland, pp 443-478

Walsh G,  Lamboj A, Stiassny MLJ (2019) Review of the cichlid genus Thysochromis (Teleostei: Ovalentaria) with the description of a new species from the Kouilou Province in the Republic of Congo, west–central Africa. Journal of Fish Biology. Link. Published online 03.10.2019

Hailer F, Kutschera VE, Zachos FE. (2019) A Summary of Brown Bear Genetic Studies: Phylogeny, Phylogeography and Evolutionary Relationships with Polar Bears. In: Schlup P,  Hertwig ST (eds.) Of Bears and Men, Conclusions of the 1st International Bear Meeting. Haupt Verlag.

Sanchez E, Rodríguez A, Grau J, Lötters S, Künzel S, Saporito RA, Ringler E, Schulz S, Wollenberg Valero KC, Vences M (2019) Transcriptomic signatures of experimental alkaloid consumption by poison frogs. Genes 10: 733. Link.  Published online 21.09.2019

Wanninger A, Wollesen T (2019) Methods in brain development of molluscs. In: Sprecher SG (ed.) Brain Development: Methods and Protocols, Methods in Molecular Biology, vol. 2047. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4939-9732-9_17

Holderegger R, Balkenhol N, Bolliger J, Engler JO, Gugerli F, Hochkirch A, Nowak C, Segelbacher G, Widmer A, Zachos FE (2019) Conservation genetics: Linking science with practice. Molecular Ecology  28(17): 3848-3856. https://doi.org/10.1111/mec.15202https://doi.org/10.1111/mec.15202. Published online 07.08.2019

Seiter M, Lemell P, Gredler R & Wolff JO (2019). Strike kinematics in the whip spider Charon sp. (Amblypygi, Charontidae). Journal of Arachnology, 47:260-265.

Calcino AD, de Oliveira AL, Simakov O, Schwaha T, Zieger E, Wollesen T & Wanninger A (2019). The quagga mussel genome and the evolution of freshwater tolerance. DNA Research, dsz019. Open Access. Published online 29.08.2019

Pröts P, Wanninger A  & Schwaha T (2019). Life in a tube: morphology of the ctenostome bryozoan Hypophorella expansa. Zoological Letters 5: 28. Open Access. Published online 08.08.2019

Sumasgutner P, Terraube J, Coulon A, Villers A, Chakarov N, Kruckenhauser L & Korpimäki E (2019).
Landscape homogenization due to agricultural intensification disrupts the relationship between reproductive success and main prey abundance in an avian predator. Frontiers in Zoology 16:31. Open Access. Published online 06.08.2019

Sombke A, Klann AE, Lipke A, Wolf H (2019). Primary processing neuropils associated with the malleoli of camel spiders (Arachnida, Solifugae) - a re-evaluation of axonal pathways. Zoological Letters 5:26. Open Access. Published online 02.08.2019

Schwaha T, Ruthensteiner B, Melzer RR, Asami T & Páll‐Gergely B (2019). Three phyla—Two type specimens—One shell: History of a snail shell revealed by modern imaging technology. J Zool Syst Evol Res. 57: 527– 533. https://doi.org/10.1111/jzs.12293. Published online 26.07.2019

Wittfoth C, Harzsch , Wolff C & Sombke A (2019). The “amphi”-brains of amphipods: new insights from the neuroanatomy of Parhyale hawaiensis (Dana, 1853). Frontiers in Zoology 16: 30. Open Access. Published online 26.07.2019

Streinzer M, Roth N, Paulus HF, Spaethe J (2019) Color preference and spatial distribution of glaphyrid beetles suggest a key role in the maintenance of the color polymorphism in the peacock anemone (Ranunculaceae, Anemone pavonina) in Northern Greece. J. Comp. Physiol. A 205(5): 735-743. Link. Published online 23.07.2019

De Oliveira AL, Calcino AD, Wanninger A (2019) Ancient origins of arthropod moulting pathway components. e-Life 8: e46113. DOI: 10.7554/eLife.46113

Grischenko AV, Hirosec M, Schwaha T, Chernyshev AV (2019) First record of an abyssal and hadal bryozoan fauna from the Kuril-Kamchatka Trench. Progress in Oceanography 176: 102130. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pocean.2019.102130. Published online 28 June 2019

Melin A, Krenn HW, Beale CM, Manning JC, Colville JF (2019) The allometry of proboscis length in Melittidae (Hymenoptera: Apoidae) and an estimate of their foraging distance using museum collections. PLoS ONE 14(6): e0217839. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0217839. Published online 07.06.2019

Paulus HF (2019) Speciation, pattern recognition and the maximization of pollination: general questions and answers given by the reproductive biology of the orchid genus Ophrys. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 205(3): 285-300. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00359-019-01350-4. Published online 28.05.2019

Gibbons AT, Idnurm A, Seiter M, Dyer PS, Kokolski M, Goodacre SL, Gorb SN, Wolff JO (2019) Amblypygid-fungal interactions: The whip spider exoskeleton as a substrate for fungal growth. Fungal Biology. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.funbio.2019.05.003. Published 10.05.2019

Schwaha T, Bernhard JM, Edgcomb VP et al. (2019) Aethozooides uraniae, a new deep-sea genus and species of solitary bryozoan from the Mediterranean Sea, with a revision of the Aethozoidae. Mar Biodiv 49(4): 1843–1856. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12526-019-00948-w .Published online 04.04.2019

Kunz F,  Gamauf A, Zachos FE, Haring E (2019) Mitochondrial phylogenetics of the goshawk Accipiter [gentilis] superspecies. J Zool Syst Evol Res. 2019;1–17. https://doi.org/10.1111/jzs.12285. Published online 01.04.2019

Spring S, Lehner M, Huber L, Ringler E (2019) Oviposition and father presence reduce clutch cannibalism by female poison frogs. Frontiers in Zoology 16: 8. https://frontiersinzoology.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12983-019-0304-2. Published online 22.03.2019

Singer HJ, van Praagh JP, Paulus HF (2019) Interactions between honeybees and varroa mites influenced by cell sizes and hygienic behaviour. Entomologia Generalis Volume 38(3): 255 - 273. DOI: 10.1127/entomologia/2019/0512. Published 22.03.2019

Schwaha T, Moosbrugger M,  Walzl M, Ostrovsky AN (2019) First ultrastructural evidence of placental nutrition in a ctenostome bryozoan: example of Amathia verticillata. Zoomorphology 138(2): 221-232. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00435-019-00438-4. Published online 19.03.2019

De Oliveira AL, Calcino A, Wanninger A (2019) Extensive conservation of the proneuropeptide and peptide prohormone complement in mollusks. Scientific Reports 9: 4846.
DOI: s41598-019-40949-0. Published online 19.03.2019

Grunstra NDS, Zachos FE, Herdina AN, Fischer B, Pavličev M, Mitteroecker P (2019) Humans as inverted bats: A comparative approach to the obstetric conundrum. Am J Hum Biol e23227. Link. Published online 27.02.2019

Zachos FE (2019) Species delimitation in mammals: A response to Gippoliti. Mammalian Biology 94: 132-133. Link. Published online 24.05.2018

Reier S, Sattmann H, Schwaha T, Harl J, Konecny R & Haring E (2019) An integrative taxonomic approach to reveal the status of the genus Pomphorhynchus Monticelli, 1905 (Acanthocephala: Pomphorhynchidae) in Austria. IJP: Parasites and Wildlife 8: 145–155. Link. Published online 02.02.2019 

Nekliudova UA, Schwaha TF, Kotenko ON, Gruber D, Cyran N & Ostrovsky AN (2019) Sexual reproduction of the placental brooder Celleporella hyalina (Bryozoa, Cheilostomata) in the White Sea. Journal of Morphology 280: 279-299. Link. Published online 17.01.2019 

Kenning M, Schendel V, Müller CHG, Sombke A (2019) Comparative morphology of ultimate and walking legs in the centipede Lithobius forficatus (Myriapoda) with functional implications. Zoological Letters 5: 3. Open Access. Published online 14.01.2019