Dissertation Carsten Heinzeller

Dr. Gesa H.-M. Bertrang

Ehemalige Doktorandin / AG Wolf

info@gesabertrang.com

Ort: FONDECYT Fellow an der Universidad de Chile in Santiago, Chile

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Dr. Marvin Blank

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Duschl

marvin.blank@nyu.edu

Ort: New York University Abu Dhabi

Dr. Robert Brauer

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Wolf

rbrauer@astrophysik.uni-kiel.de

Dr. Markward Britsch

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Duschl

markward.britsch@mpi-hd.mpg.de

Florian Bruder

Ehemaliger Diplomstudent

Dr. Giorgia Busso

Ehemalige Doktorandin / AG Koester

busso@oa-teramo.inaf.it

Dr. Steve Ertel

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Wolf

sertel@eso.org

Ort: ESO, Santiago, Chile

Dr. Anna Feiler

Ehemalige Doktorandin / AG Duschl

afeiler@astrophysik.uni-kiel.de

Dr. Tim Freyer

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Hensler

tim.freyer@t-online.de

Dr. Bernd Freytag

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Holweger

Bernd.Freytag@ens-lyon.fr

Dr. Christian Gräfe

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Wolf

Dr. Dominikus Heinzeller

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Duschl

Dr. Marc Hempel

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Hensler

marc.hempel@desy.de

Prof. Dr. Gerhard Hensler

Ehemaliger Professor und AG-Leiter

hensler@astro.univie.ac.at

Dr. Jan Hofmann

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Duschl

Dr. Stefan Jordan

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Koester

jordan@ari.uni-heidelberg.de

Dr. Manuel Jung

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Duschl

mjung@astrophysik.uni-kiel.de

Dr. Florian Kirchschlager

Ehemaliger Doktorand und Post-Doc / AG Wolf

Dr. Yao Liu

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Wolf

yliu@mpia.de

Dr. David Madlener

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Wolf

Dr. Sabine Moehler

Ehemalige Doktorandin / AG Koester

smoehler@eso.org

Dr. Florian Ober

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Wolf

fober@astrophysi.uni-kiel.de

Dr. Stefan Reißl

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Wolf

reissl@uni-heidelberg.de

Dr. Elke Rödiger

Ehemalige Doktorandin / AG Hensler

elke@cp.dias.ie

Dr. Jan-Philipp Ruge

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Wolf

Dr. Jürgen Sauter

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Wolf

sauter@dkms.de

Dr. Peter Scicluna

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Duschl

peterscicluna@asiaa.sinica.edu.tw

Dr. Björn Sperling

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Duschl

sperling@astrophysik.uni-kiel.de

Dr. Alexandra Tachil

Ehemalige Doktorandin / AG Duschl

Dr. Christian Theis

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Hensler

ct@planetarium-mannheim.de

Dr. Sven Wedemeyer-Böhm

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Holweger

sven.wedemeyer@astro.uio.no

Dr. Carsten Weidner

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Hensler

cweidner@iac.es

Dr. Bjoern Voss

Ehemaliger Doktorand / AG Hensler

bjoern.voss@lwl.org

Dr. Meng Xiang-Grüß

Ehemalige Doktorandin / AG Duschl

mxiang@astro.uni-bonn.de

Special thanks to Richard Emlet for providing specimens and larvae of Tosia australis for the study. Many thanks go also to Maria Byrne and Paula Cisternas (University of Sydney), Andrew Cabrinovic (British Museum of Natural History, London), Marc Eléaume (Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris), Nick Kirby (Melbourne Aquarium), Carsten Lueter (Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin), David Macmillan and Joan Clark (University of Melbourne), Benjamin Ong (Museum Victoria) and Genefor Walker-Smyth (Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery) for their invaluable contributions to this project. David Staples (Museum Victoria) provided the photographs used in Figs 1 and 8.


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Appendix 1. List of specimens sequenced for the current study

Haplotype codes are referred to on the phylogenetic trees (Figs 2, 3). Composite mitochondrial haplotype names shown on the mitochondrial tree consist of a numeral referring to the 16S haplotype and a letter referring to the COI haplotype, as shown in the table




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