Joachim Haug
Joachim Haug
Professor LMU München
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Autofluorescence imaging, an excellent tool for comparative morphology
JT Haug, C Haug, V Kutschera, G Mayer, A Maas, S Liebau, C Castellani, ...
Journal of Microscopy 244 (3), 259-272, 2011
Functional morphology, ontogeny and evolution of mantis shrimp‐like predators in the Cambrian
JT Haug, D Waloszek, A Maas, Y Liu, C Haug
Palaeontology 55 (2), 369-399, 2012
† Henningsmoenicaris scutula,† Sandtorpia vestrogothiensis gen. et sp. nov. and heterochronic events in early crustacean evolution
JT Haug, A Maas, D Waloszek
Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of …, 2009
Morphology and function in the Cambrian Burgess Shale megacheiran arthropod Leanchoilia superlata and the application of a descriptive matrix
J Haug, D Briggs, C Haug
BMC Evolutionary Biology 12 (1), 162, 2012
First fossil stomatopod larva (Arthropoda: Crustacea) and a new way of documenting Solnhofen fossils (Upper Jurassic, Southern Germany)
JT Haug, C Haug, M Ehrlich
Palaeodiversity 1, 103-109, 2008
New methods to document fossils from lithographic limestones of southern Germany and Lebanon
C Haug, JT Haug, D Waloszek, A Maas, R Frattigiani, S Liebau
Palaeontologia Electronica 12 (3), 1-12, 2009
Imaging and documenting gammarideans
C Haug, G Mayer, V Kutschera, D Waloszek, A Maas, JT Haug
International Journal of Zoology 2011 (1), 380829, 2011
A holomorph approach to xiphosuran evolution—a case study on the ontogeny of Euproops
C Haug, P Van Roy, A Leipner, P Funch, DM Rudkin, L Schöllmann, ...
Development Genes and Evolution 222 (5), 253-268, 2012
The ride of the parasite: a 100-million-year old mantis lacewing larva captured while mounting its spider host
JT Haug, P Müller, C Haug
Zoological Letters 4, 1-8, 2018
Evolution of mantis shrimps (Stomatopoda, Malacostraca) in the light of new Mesozoic fossils
JT Haug, C Haug, A Maas, V Kutschera, D Waloszek
BMC evolutionary biology 10 (1), 290, 2010
High-level phylogenetic analysis using developmental sequences: The Cambrian† Martinssonia elongata,† Musacaris gerdgeyeri gen. et sp. nov. and their position in early …
JT Haug, D Waloszek, C Haug, A Maas
Arthropod Structure & Development 39 (2), 154-173, 2010
The stem crustacean Oelandocaris oelandica re-visited
M Stein, D Waloszek, A Maas, JT Haug, KJ Müller
Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 53 (3), 461-484, 2008
Evolution of insect wings and development–new details from Palaeozoic nymphs
JT Haug, C Haug, RJ Garwood
Biological Reviews 91 (1), 53-69, 2016
A eucrustacean metanauplius from the Lower Cambrian
X Zhang, A Maas, JT Haug, DJ Siveter, D Waloszek
Current Biology 20 (12), 1075-1079, 2010
A centipede nymph in Baltic amber and a new approach to document amber fossils
JT Haug, CHG Müller, A Sombke
Organisms Diversity & Evolution 13 (3), 425-432, 2013
Why the term “larva” is ambiguous, or what makes a larva?
JT Haug
Acta Zoologica 101 (2), 167-188, 2020
Cretaceous chimera–an unusual 100-million-year old neuropteran larva from the “experimental phase” of insect evolution
C Haug, AF Herrera-Flórez, P Müller, JT Haug
Palaeodiversity 12 (1), 1-11, 2019
A Carboniferous non-onychophoran lobopodian reveals long-term survival of a Cambrian morphotype
JT Haug, G Mayer, C Haug, DEG Briggs
Current Biology 22 (18), 1673-1675, 2012
A 100-million-year old predator: a fossil neuropteran larva with unusually elongated mouthparts
JT Haug, P Müller, C Haug
Zoological letters 5 (1), 29, 2019
Comment on the letter of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology (SVP) dated April 21, 2020 regarding “Fossils from conflict zones and reproducibility of fossil-based scientific …
JT Haug, D Azar, AJ Ross, J Szwedo, B Wang, A Arillo, VA Baranov, ...
Paläontologische Zeitschrift, 2020
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