Lorenzo Prendini
Lorenzo Prendini
Curator of Arachnida and Myriapoda, American Museum of Natural History
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The spider tree of life: phylogeny of Araneae based on target‐gene analyses from an extensive taxon sampling
WC Wheeler, JA Coddington, LM Crowley, D Dimitrov, PA Goloboff, ...
Cladistics 33 (6), 574-616, 2017
Phylogeny and classification of the superfamily Scorpionoidea Latreille 1802 (Chelicerata, Scorpiones): an exemplar approach
L Prendini
Cladistics 16 (1), 1-78, 2000
Scorpion higher phylogeny and classification, taxonomic anarchy, and standards for peer review in online publishing
L Prendini, WC Wheeler
Cladistics 21 (5), 446-494, 2005
Species or supraspecific taxa as terminals in cladistic analysis? Groundplans versus exemplars revisited
L Prendini
Systematic biology 50 (2), 290-300, 2001
The taxonomic impediment: a shortage of taxonomists, not the lack of technical approaches
MS Engel, LMP Ceríaco, GM Daniel, PM Dellapé, I Löbl, M Marinov, ...
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 193 (2), 381-387, 2021
JA Coddington, G Giribet, MS Harvey, L Prendini, DE Walter
Assembling the tree of life, 2004
Systematics of the Damon variegatus group of African whip spiders (Chelicerata: Amblypygi): evidence from behaviour, morphology and DNA
L Prendini, P Weygoldt, WC Wheeler
Organisms Diversity & Evolution 5 (3), 203-236, 2005
Substratum specialization and speciation in southern African scorpions: the Effect Hypothesis revisited
L Prendini
scorpions 2001, 113-138, 2001
Comment on" Identifying spiders through DNA barcodes"
L Prendini
Canadian Journal of Zoology 83 (3), 498-504, 2005
DNA isolation procedures
MK Nishiguchi, P Doukakis, M Egan, D Kizirian, A Phillips, L Prendini, ...
Techniques in molecular systematics and evolution, 249-287, 2002
Systematics and biogeography of the family Scorpionidae (Chelicerata: Scorpiones), with a discussion on phylogenetic methods
L Prendini, TM Crowe, WC Wheeler
Invertebrate Systematics 17 (2), 185-259, 2003
Photography-based taxonomy is inadequate, unnecessary, and potentially harmful for biological sciences
LMP Ceríaco, EE Gutiérrez, A Dubois, M Carr
Zootaxa 4196 (3), 435-445, 2016
A new genus and species of bothriurid scorpion from the Brandberg Massif, Namibia, with a reanalysis of bothriurid phylogeny and a discussion of the phylogenetic position of …
L Prendini
Systematic Entomology 28 (2), 149-172, 2003
Wolbachia Are Present in Southern African Scorpions and Cluster with Supergroup F
L Baldo, L Prendini, A Corthals, JH Werren
Current Microbiology 55, 367-373, 2007
Obtaining, storing and archiving specimens and tissue samples for use in molecular studies
L Prendini, R Hanner, R DeSalle
Techniques in molecular systematics and evolution, 176-248, 2002
Scorpion diversity and distribution in southern Africa: pattern and process
BA Huber, BJ Sinclair, KH Lampe, L Prendini
African biodiversity: molecules, organisms, ecosystems, 25-68, 2005
Cheliceral morphology of Solifugae (Arachnida): primary homology, terminology, and character survey
TL Bird
Colorado State University, 2015
Linking of digital images to phylogenetic data matrices using a morphological ontology
MJ RAMirez, JA Coddington, WP Maddison, PE Midford, L Prendini, ...
Systematic Biology 56 (2), 283-294, 2007
As old as the hills: montane scorpions in southwestern North America reveal ancient associations between biotic diversification and landscape history
RW Bryson Jr, BR Riddle, MR Graham, BT Smith, L Prendini
PLoS One 8 (1), e52822, 2013
Homology of the lateral eyes of Scorpiones: a six-ocellus model
SF Loria, L Prendini
PLoS One 9 (12), e112913, 2014
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