Worcester State University Assistant Professor of Biology Sebastian Velez

Velez Publishes Two Papers Related to Biodiversity in ‘Invertebrate Systematics’

October 10, 2014
By: Worcester State University News

Sebastian Velez (Biology) published two papers and presented his work in Morelia, Mexico as follows:

Vélez S., Férnandez, R., Giribet, G. (in press) A molecular phylogenetic approach to the New Zealand species of Enantiobuninae (Opiliones : Eupnoi : Neopilionidae). Invertebrate Systematics.

Fernández, R., Vélez, S., Giribet, G. (in press) Linking genetic diversity and morphological disparity: biodiversity assessment of a highly unexplored family of harvestmen (Arachnida : Opiliones : Neopilionidae) in New Zealand. Invertebrate Systematics.

Molecular systematics of the New Zealander and Chilean genera of the family Triaenonychidae (Arachnida: Opiliones: Laniatores). Presentation at the IV Arachnology Congress in Morelia, Mexico.

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