Christina Nagler
Christina Nagler
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München
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The first fossil record of larval stages of parasitic isopods: cryptoniscus larvae preserved in Miocene amber
ML Serrano-Sánchez, C Nagler, C Haug, JT Haug, E Centeno-García, ...
Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie-Abhandlungen 279 (1), 97-106, 2016
168 million years old “marine lice” and the evolution of parasitism within isopods
C Nagler, M Hyžný, JT Haug
BMC Evolutionary Biology 17 (1), 76, 2017
The bigger, the better? Volume measurement s of parasites and hosts: Parasitic barnacles (Cirripedia, Rhizocephala) and their decapod hosts
C Nagler, MK Hörnig, JT Haug, C Noever, JT Høeg, H Glenner
PlosOne 12 (7), 18, 2017
Functional morphology of parasitic isopods: understanding morphological adaptations of attachment and feeding structures in Nerocila as a pre-requisite for reconstructing the …
C Nagler, JT Haug
PeerJ 4, e2188, 2016
Chapter Four-From Fossil Parasitoids to Vectors: Insects as Parasites and Hosts
C Nagler, JT Haug
Advances in parasitology 90, 137-200, 2015
Revision of the genus Tanycypris (Ostracoda, Cypricercinae) with the description of Tanycypris alfonsi n. sp., and an identification key to the genus
C Nagler, J Geist, R Matzke-Karasz
Zootaxa 3821 (4), 401-424, 2014
150 million years old isopods on fishes: a possible case of paleo-parasitism
C Nagler, C Haug, U Resch, J Kriwet, T Haug, Joachim
Bulletin of Geosciences 91 (1), 12, 2015
The ostracod springtail—camera recordings of a previously undescribed high-speed escape jump in the genus Tanycypris (Ostracoda, Cypridoidea)
R Matzke-Karasz, C Nagler, S Hofmann
Crustaceana 87 (8-9), 1072-1094, 2014
Litholepas klausreschi gen. et sp. nov., a new neolepadine barnacle (Cirripedia, Thoracica) on a sponge from the Upper Jurassic lithographic limestones of southern Germany
C Nagler, JT Haug, H Glenner, J Buckeridge
Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie-Abhandlungen 284 (1), 29-42, 2017
A possible 150 million years old cirripede crustacean nauplius and the phenomenon of giant larvae.
C Nagler, JT Høeg, C Haug, JT Haug
Contributions to Zoology 86 (3), 2017
A group of assassin fly pupae preserved in a single piece of Eocene amber
JT Haug, C Nagler, C Haug, MK Hoernig, J KIMMIG, LC STROTZ, ...
Bulletin of Geosciences 92 (3), 2017
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