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Katja Seltmann

  • University of California Santa Barbara
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Publications

The maxillo-labial complex of Sparasion (Hymenoptera, Platygastroidea)

Popovici O, Miko I, Seltmann K, Deans A

Journal of Hymenoptera Research (2014)

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The description of Alloxysta chinensis, a new Charipinae species from China (Hymenoptera, Figitidae)

FÜLÖP D, MIKÓ I, SELTMANN K, PÉNZES Z, MELIKA G

Zootaxa (2013)

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On dorsal prothoracic appendages in treehoppers (Hemiptera: Membracidae) and the nature of morphological evidence.

Mikó I, Friedrich F, Yoder M, Hines H, Deitz L, Bertone M, Seltmann K, Wallace M, Deans A

PloS one (2012)

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Multi-Species Anatomy Ontology Development Requires a Pluralist Approach to Label_Class Mapping

Mikó I, Yoder M, Bertone M, Seltmann K, Deans A

Proceedings of the International Conference on Biomedical Ontology (2011)

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Digital Image Vouchering in Morphbank, Linking to Publications, and a Few Words about Sharing

Seltmann K

American Entomologist (2010)

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University of California Santa Barbara

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