Christopher Kenneth TAYLOR - papers on Opiliones
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Christopher Kenneth Taylor
Birthplace: Dargaville, New Zealand.
BIOGRAPHY: Master of Science from University of Auckland, New Zealand, in 2002, currently at Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia.
DISCLAIMER — This resource was first intended as for private use of the members of the arachnology lab of Museu Nacional, but later we thought "why not to share this with the world?". Eventually if greedy lawyers (redundance...) start to bother us with copyright matters, etc, we may have to be forced to quit the project and keep this just to ourselves.
|Taylor, C.K. (2004) New Zealand harvestmen of the subfamily Megalopsalidinae (Opiliones: Monoscutidae) – the genus Pantopsalis. Tuhinga, 15, 53–76.|
|Taylor, C.K. (2008a) A new species of Monoscutinae (Arachnida, Opiliones, Monoscutidae) from New Zealand, with a redescription of Monoscutum titirangiense. The Journal of Arachnology, 36(1):176–179.|
|Taylor, C.K. (2008b) A new species of Monoscutidae (Arachnida, Opiliones) from the wheatbelt of Western Australia. Records of the Western Australian Museum, 24(4), 375–380.|
|Taylor, C.K. (2009a) Revision of the Australian Gagrellinae (Arachnida: Opiliones: Sclerosomatidae), with a description of a new species. Australian Journal of Entomology, 48, 217–222.|
|Taylor, C.K. (2009b) Australiscutum, a new genus of Monoscutidae (Arachnida: Opiliones) from eastern Australia, with the first record of asymmetrical chelicerae in Opiliones. Insect Systematics and Evolution, 40, 319–332.|
|Taylor, C.K. (2011) Revision of the genus Megalopsalis (Arachnida: Opiliones: Phalangioidea) in Australia and New Zealand and implications for phalangioid classification. Zootaxa, 2773, 1–65.|
|Taylor, C.K. & Hunt, G. (2009) New genus of Megalopsalidinae (Arachnida: Opiliones: Monoscutidae) from north-eastern Australia. Zootaxa, 2130, 41–59.|
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