Publications in peer-reviewed journals

 

Early view

 

 

2017

 

Haug, C. & Haug, J. T. 2017. The presumed oldest flying insect: more likely a myriapod? PeerJ 5, e3402. Free access PDF

 

Haug, J. T. & Haug, C. 2017. A new glimpse on Mesozoic zooplankton—150 million-year-old lobster larvae. PeerJ 5, e2966. Free access PDF

 

Haug, J. T., Poschmann, M., Hörnig, M. K. & Lutz, H. 2017. A crustacean with eumalacostracan affinities from the Early Devonian Hunsrück Slate (SW Germany). Papers in Palaeontology 3, 151–159. DOI 10.1002/spp2.1070

 

Hörnig, M. K., Haug, J. T. & Haug, C. 2017. An exceptionally preserved 110 million years old praying mantis provides new insights into the predatory behavious of early mantodeans. PeerJ 5, e3605. Free access PDF

 

Montagna, M., Haug, J. T., Strada, L., Haug, C., Felber, M. & Tintori, A. 2017. Central nervous system and muscular bundles preserved in a 240 million year old giant bristletail (Archaeognatha: Machilidae). Scientific Reports 7, 46016. Free access PDF Suppl.

 

Nagler, C., Haug, J. T., Glenner, H. & Buckeridge, J. 2017. Litholepas klausreschi gen. et sp. nov., a new neolepadine barnacle (Cirripedia, Thoracica) on a sponge from the Upper Jurassic lithographic limestones of southern Germany. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie-Abhandlungen 284, 29–42. DOI 10.1127/njgpa/2017/0648

 

Nagler, C., Hörnig, M. K., Haug, J. T., Noever, C., Høeg, J. T. & Glenner, H. 2017. The bigger, the better? Volume measurements of parasites and hosts: Parasitic barnacles (Cirripedia, Rhizocephala) and their decapod hosts. PLoS ONE 12, e0179958. Free access PDF

 

Nagler, C., Hyžný, M. & Haug, J. T. 2017. 168 million years old “marine lice” and the evolution of parasitism within isopods. BMC Evolutionary Biology 17, 76. Free access PDF

 

 

2016

 

Audo, D., Haug, J. T., Haug, C., Charbonnier, S., Schweigert, G., Müller, C. H. G. & Harzsch, S. 2016. On the sighted ancestry of blindness – exceptionally preserved eyes of Mesozoic polychelidan lobsters. Zoological Letters 2, art. 13. Free access PDF

 

Eiler, S. M., Haug, C. & Haug, J. T. 2016. Detailed description of a giant polychelidan eryoneicus-type larva with modern imaging techniques (Eucrustacea, Decapoda, Polychelida). Spixiana 39, 39–60. Free access PDF Suppl.

 

Eiler, S. M. & Haug, J. T. 2016. Larval development of fossil polychelidan crustaceans, exemplified by the 150 million years old species Palaeopentacheles roettenbacheri. Neues Jahrbuch fur Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 279, 295–310. DOI 10.1127/njgpa/2016/0557

 

Haug, C., Ahyong, S. T., Wiethase, J. H., Olesen, J. & Haug, J. T. 2016. Extreme morphologies of mantis shrimp larvae. Nauplius 24, e2016020. Free access PDF

 

Haug, C. & Haug, J. T. 2016. New insights into the appendage morphology of the Cambrian trilobite-like arthropod Naraoia compacta. Bulletin of Geosciences 91, 221–227. Free access PDF Suppl.

 

Haug, C., Haug, J. T., Shannon, K. & Vega, F. J. 2016. The oldest modern spearer-type mantis shrimp dactyli – fossils from the Maastrichtian (Cretaceous) of the Peedee Formation, North Carolina, USA. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 282(3), 251–261. DOI 10.1127/njgpa/2016/0616

 

Haug, J. T., Audo, D., Charbonnier, S., Palero, F., Petit, G., Abi Saad, P. & Haug, C. 2016. The evolution of a key character, or how to evolve a slipper lobster. Arthropod Structure & Development 45, 97–107.

DOI 10.1016/j.asd.2015.08.003

 

Haug, J. T. & Haug, C. 2016. Der Zusammenhang zwischen Ordnungsgraden und Kongruenzsätzen am Beispiel des Systems der Dreiecke. The Teaching of Mathematics 19, 57–67. Free access PDF

 

Haug, J. T. & Haug, C. 2016. “Intermetamorphic” developmental stages in 150 million-year-old achelatan lobsters – The case of the species tenera Oppel, 1862. Arthropod Structure & Development 45, 108–121.

DOI 10.1016/j.asd.2015.10.001

 

Haug, J. T., Haug, C. & Garwood, R. 2016. Evolution of insect wings and development – new details from Palaeozoic nymphs. Biological Reviews 91, 53–69. DOI 10.1111/brv.12159

 

Haug, J. T., Rudolf, N. R., Wagner, P., Gundi, P. T., Fetzer, L.-L. & Haug, C. 2016. An intermetamorphic larval stage of a mantis shrimp and its contribution to the 'missing-element problem' of stomatopod raptorial appendages. Annual Research & Review in Biology 10(3), 1–19. Free access PDF

 

Hörnig, M. K., Sombke, A., Haug, C., Harzsch, S. & Haug, J. T. 2016. What nymphal morphology can tell us about parental investment – a group of cockroach hatchlings in Baltic Amber documented by a multi-method approach. Palaeontologia Electronica 19(1), art. 5A, 20 pp. Free access

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Hyžný, M., Haug, C. & Haug, J. T. 2016. Mesoprosopon triasinum from the Triassic of Austria revisited: The oldest eumalacostracan larva known to date and its significance for interpreting fossil cycloids. Gondwana Research 37, 86–97. DOI 10.1016/j.gr.2016.05.010

 

Liu, Y., Melzer, R. R., Haug, J. T., Haug, C., Briggs, D. E. G., Hörnig, M. K., He, Y.-y. & Hou, X. 2016. Three-dimensionally preserved minute larva of a great-appendage arthropod from the early Cambrian Chengjiang biota. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS) 113, 5542–5546. DOI 10.1073/pnas.1522899113

 

Nagler, C., Haug, C., Resch, U., Kriwet, J. & Haug, J. T. 2016. 150 million years old isopods on fishes: a possible case of palaeo-parasitism. Bulletin of Geosciences 91, 1–12. Free access PDF

 

Nagler, C. & Haug, J. T. 2016. Functional morphology of parasitic isopods: understanding morphological adaptations of attachment and feeding structures in Nerocila as a pre-requisite for reconstructing the evolution of Cymothoidae. PeerJ 4, e2188. Free access PDF

 

Rudolf, N. R., Haug, C. & Haug, J. T. 2016. Functional morphology of giant mole crab larvae: a possible case of defensive enrollment. Zoological Letters 2, art. 17. Free access PDF

 

Saltin, B. D., Haug, C. & Haug, J. T. 2016. How metamorphic is holometabolous development? Using microscopical methods to look inside the scorpionfly (Panorpa) pupa (Mecoptera, Panorpidae) Spixiana 39, 105–118. Free access PDF

 

Serrano-Sánchez, M. L., Nagler, C., Haug, C., Haug, J. T., Centeno-García, E. & Vega, F. J. 2016. The first fossil record of larval stages of parasitic isopods: cryptoniscus larvae preserved in Miocene amber. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 279(1), 97–106.

DOI 10.1127/njgpa/2016/0543

 

 

2015

 

Dittmann, I. L., Hörnig, M. K., Haug, J. T. & Haug, C. 2015. Raptoblatta waddingtonae n. gen. et n. sp. – an Early Cretaceous roach-like insect with a mantodean-type raptorial foreleg. Palaeodiversity 8, 103–111. Free access PDF

 

Haug, C. & Haug, J. T. 2015. The ambiguous use of the prefix 'Pan' in arthropod systematics. Research & Reviews: Journal of Zoological Sciences 3(1), 19–24. Free access PDF

 

Haug, C., Nyborg, T., Kovalchuk, G., Nyborg, B. & Haug, J. T. 2015. Pushing the limits to the north – a fossil mantis shrimp from Oregon, USA. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 278, 281–290. DOI 10.1127/njgpa/2015/0528

 

Haug, C., Wiethase, J. H. & Haug, J. T. 2015. New records of Mesozoic mantis shrimp larvae and their implications on modern larval traits in stomatopods. Palaeodiversity 8, 121–133. Free access PDF

 

Haug, J. T., Audo, D., Haug, C., Abi Saad, P., Petit, G. & Charbonnier, S. 2015. Unique occurrence of polychelidan lobster larvae in the fossil record and its evolutionary implications. Gondwana Research 28, 869–874. DOI 10.1016/j.gr.2014.05.004

 

Haug, J. T., Hädicke, C. W., Haug, C. & Hörnig, M. K. 2015. A possible hatchling of a jumping bristletail in 50 million years old amber. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 278, 191–199. DOI 10.1127/njgpa/2015/0523

 

Haug, J. T. & Haug, C. 2015. Are there martial arts styles that represent natural systems? Revista de Artes Marciales Asiáticas 10, 88–104. Free access PDF

 

Haug, J. T. & Haug, C. 2015. Von der Klassifikation der Vierecke zum System der Vierecke. The Teaching of Mathematics 18, 1–15. Free access PDF

 

Haug, J. T. & Haug, C. 2015. Worm Palaeo-Evo-Devo – The ontogeny of Ottoia prolifica from the Burgess Shale. Research & Reviews: Journal of Zoological Sciences 3(1), 3–14. Free access PDF

 

Haug, J. T., Labandeira, C. C., Santiago-Blay, J. A., Haug, C. & Brown, S. 2015. Life habits, hox genes, and affinities of a 311 million-year-old holometabolan larva. BMC Evolutionary Biology 15, art. 208. Free access PDF Suppl.

 

Haug, J. T., Martin, J. W. & Haug, C. 2015. A 150-million-year-old crab larva and its implications for the early rise of brachyuran crabs. Nature Communications 6, art. 6417. DOI 10.1038/ncomms7417

 

Haug, J. T. & Rudolf, N. R. 2015. A nisto larva of an Eocene slipper lobster (Neoscyllarida). Palaeodiversity 8, 113–119. Free access PDF Suppl.

 

Metz, M., Haug, C. & Haug, J. T. 2015. Autofluorescence microscopy as a method for the documentation of cephalopod paralarvae and juveniles. Ruthenica 25, 105–116. Free access PDF

 

Rötzer, M. A. I. N. & Haug, J. T. 2015. Larval development of the European lobster and how small heterochronic shifts lead to a more pronounced metamorphosis. International Journal of Zoology, art. 345172. Free access PDF

 

Struck, T. H., Haug, C., Haszprunar, G., Prpic, N.-M. & Haug, J. T. 2015. Enalikter aphson is more likely an annelid than an arthropod: A comment to Siveter et al. (2014). Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282, art. 20140946.

DOI 10.1098/rspb.2014.0946

 

 

2014

 

Audo, D., Schweigert, G., Haug, J. T., Haug, C., Saint Martin, J.-P. & Charbonnier, S. 2014. Diversity and palaeoecology of the enigmatic genus Knebelia (Eucrustacea, Decapoda, Eryonidae) from Upper Jurassic plattenkalks in southern Germany. Palaeontology 57, 397–416. DOI 10.1111/pala.12071

 

Hädicke, C. W., Hörnig, M. K., Haug, C. & Haug, J. T. 2014. New data on fossil Archaeognatha from Baltic amber and the origin of the insect ovipositor. Palaeodiversity 7, 167–183. Free access PDF Suppl.1 Suppl. 2

 

Haug, C., Briggs, D. E. G., Mikulic, D. G., Kluessendorf, J. & Haug, J. T. 2014. The implications of a Silurian and other thylacocephalan crustaceans for the functional morphology and systematic affinities of the group. BMC Evolutionary Biology 14, art. 159. Free access PDF

 

Haug, C. & Haug, J. T. 2014. Defensive enrolment in mantis shrimp larvae (Malacostraca: Stomatopoda). Contributions to Zoology 83, 185–194. Free access PDF

 

Haug, J. T., Frattigiani, R., Resch, U. & Haug, C. 2014. Über die Erhaltung von Insekten aus den Solnhofener Plattenkalken. Archaeopteryx 32, 1–7. Link to publisher

 

Haug, J. T. & Haug, C. 2014. A new cycloneuralian from the Burgess Shale with a palaeoscolecid-type terminal end. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie, Abhandlungen 274, 73–79. DOI 10.1127/njgpa/2014/0441

 

Haug, J. T. & Haug, C. 2014. Eoprosopon klugi (Brachyura) – the oldest unequivocal and most “primitive” crab reconsidered. Palaeodiversity 7, 149–158. Free access PDF

 

Haug, J. T., Haug, C., Schweigert, G. & Sombke, A. 2014. The evolution of centipede venom claws – Open questions and possible answers. Arthropod Structure & Development 43, 5–16. DOI 10.1016/j.asd.2013.10.006

 

Haug, J. T., Hübers, M., Haug, C., Maas, A., Waloszek, D., Schneider, J. W. & Kerp, H. 2014. Arthropod cuticles from the upper Viséan (Mississippian) of eastern Germany. Bulletin of Geosciences 89, 541–552. Free access PDF

 

Hörnig, M. K., Haug, C., Herd, K. J. & Haug, J. T. 2014. New insights into dictyopteran early development: smallest Palaeozoic roachoid nymph found so far. Palaeodiversity 7, 159–165. Free access PDF

 

Liu, Y., Haug, J. T., Haug, C., Briggs, D. E. G. & Hou, X. 2014. A 520 million-year-old chelicerate larva. Nature Communications 5, art. 4440. DOI 10.1038/ncomms5440

 

Waloszek, D., Maas, A., Olesen, J., Haug, C. & Haug, J. T. 2014. A eucrustacean from the Cambrian 'Orsten' of Sweden with epipods and a maxillary excretory opening. Palaeontology 57, 909–930. DOI 10.1111/pala.12094

 

 

2013

 

Hädicke, C. W., Haug, C. & Haug, J. T. 2013. Adding to the few: a tomocerid collembolan from Baltic amber. Palaeodiversity 6, 149–156. Free access PDF

 

Haug, C., Kutschera, V., Ahyong, S. T., Vega, F. J., Maas, A., Waloszek, D. & Haug, J. T. 2013. Re-evaluation of the Mesozoic mantis shrimp Ursquilla yehoachi based on new material and the virtual peel technique. Palaeontologia Electronica 16, art. 16.2.5T. Free access PDF

 

Haug, C., Nyborg, T. & Vega, F. J. 2013. An exceptionally preserved upogebiid (Decapoda: Reptantia) from the Eocene of California. Bolétin de la Sociedad Geológica Mexicana 65, 235–248. Free access PDF Suppl.

 

Haug, C., Shannon, K. R., Nyborg, T. & Vega, F. J. 2013. Isolated mantis shrimp dactyli from the Pliocene of North Carolina and their bearing on the history of Stomatopoda. Bolétin de la Sociedad Geológica Mexicana 65, 273–284. Free access PDF

 

Haug, J. T., Audo, D., Charbonnier, S. & Haug, C. 2013. Diversity of developmental patterns in achelate lobsters—today and in the Mesozoic. Development Genes and Evolution 223, 363–373. DOI 10.1007/s00427-013-0452-x

 

Haug, J. T., Caron, J.-B. & Haug, C. 2013. Demecology in the Cambrian: synchronized molting in arthropods from the Burgess Shale. BMC Biology 11, art. 64. Free access PDF

 

Haug, J. T., Castellani, C., Haug, C., Waloszek, D. & Maas, A. 2013. A Marrella-like arthropod from the Cambrian of Australia: A new link between "Orsten"-type and Burgess Shale assemblages. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 58, 629–639. Free access PDF

 

Haug, J. T. & Haug, C. 2013. An unusual fossil larva, the ontogeny of achelatan lobsters, and the evolution of metamorphosis. Bulletin of Geosciences 88, 195–206. Free access PDF

 

Haug, J. T., Leipner, A., Wappler, T. & Haug, C. 2013. Palaeozoic insect nymphs: new finds from the Piesberg quarry (Upper Carboniferous, Germany). Bulletin of Geosciences 88, 779–791. Free access PDF

 

Haug, J. T., Müller, C. H. G. & Sombke, A. 2013. A centipede nymph in Baltic amber and a new approach to document amber fossils. Organisms Diversity & Evolution 13, 425–432. DOI 10.1007/s13127-013-0129-3

 

Hörnig, M. K., Haug, J. T. & Haug, C. 2013. New details of Santanmantis axelrodi and the evolution of the mantodean morphotype. Palaeodiversity 6, 157–168. Free access PDF

 

Hörnschemeyer, T., Haug, J. T., Bethoux, O., Beutel, R. G., Charbonnier, S., Hegna, T. A., Koch, M., Rust, J., Wedmann, S., Bradler, S. & Willmann, R. 2013. Is Strudiella a Devonian insect? Nature 494, E3–E4. DOI 10.1038/nature11887

 

Mayer, G., Haug, J. T., Maas, A. & Waloszek, D. 2013. Functional aspects of the gammaridean mandibles with special reference to the lacinia mobilis (Crustacea, Amphipoda). Zoologischer Anzeiger 252, 536–547. DOI 10.1016/j.jcz.2012.11.007

 

Parker, A. R., Schoenemann, B., Haug, J. T. & Waloszek, D. 2013. An unusual cornea from a well preserved ('Orsten') Cambrian compound eye. Paleontological Research 17, 251–260. DOI 10.2517/1342-8144-17.3.251

 

Urdy, S., Wilson, L. A. B., Haug, J. T. & Sánchez-Villagra, M. R. 2013. On the unique perspective of paleontology in the study of developmental evolution and biases. Biological Theory 8, 293–311. DOI 10.1007/s13752-013-0115-1

 

 

2012

 

Castellani, C., Haug, J. T., Haug, C., Maas, A., Schoenemann, B. & Waloszek, D. 2012. Exceptionally well-preserved isolated eyes from Cambrian ‘Orsten’ fossil assemblages of Sweden. Palaeontology 55, 553–566. DOI 10.1111/j.1475-4983.2012.01153.x 

 

Castellani, C., Maas, A., Haug, C., Haug, J. T. & Waloszek, D. 2012. Isolated sponge spicules from the late Cambrian Alum Shale Formation ('Orsten' nodules) of Sweden. Bulletin of Geosciences 87, 443–460. Free access PDF

 

Haug, C., Haug, J. T., Fayers, S. R., Trewin, N. H., Castellani, C., Waloszek, D. & Maas, A. 2012. Exceptionally preserved nauplius larvae from the Devonian Windyfield chert, Rhynie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Palaeontologia Electronica 15, art. 15.2.24A. Free access PDF

 

Haug, C., Sallam, W. S., Maas, A., Waloszek, D., Kutschera, V. & Haug, J. T. 2012. Tagmatization in Stomatopoda – reconsidering functional units of modern-day mantis shrimps (Verunipeltata, Hoplocarida) and implications for the interpretation of fossils. Frontiers in Zoology 9, art. 31. Free access PDF

 

Haug, C., Van Roy, P., Leipner, A., Funch, P., Rudkin, D. M., Schöllmann, L. & Haug, J. T. 2012. A holomorph approach to xiphosuran evolution—a case study on the ontogeny of Euproops. Development Genes and Evolution 222, 253–268. DOI 10.1007/s00427-012-0407-7

 

Haug, J. T., Briggs, D. E. G. & Haug, C. 2012. Morphology and function in the Cambrian Burgess Shale megacheiran arthropod Leanchoilia superlata and the application of a descriptive matrix. BMC Evolutionary Biology 12, art. 162. Free access PDF Suppl.

 

Haug, J. T., Kruta, I. & Haug, C. 2012. A possible fossil paralarva (Cephalopoda: Coleoidea) from the Solnhofen Lithographic Limestones (Upper Jurassic, southern Germany). Palaeontologia Electronica 15, art. 15.3.28A. Free access PDF

 

Haug, J. T., Mayer, G., Haug, C. & Briggs, D. E. G. 2012. A Carboniferous non-onychophoran lobopodian reveals long-term survival of a Cambrian morphotype. Current Biology 22, 1673–1675. DOI 10.1016/j.cub.2012.06.066

 

Haug, J. T., Waloszek, D., Maas, A., Liu, Y. & Haug, C. 2012. Functional morphology, ontogeny and evolution of mantis shrimp-like predators in the Cambrian. Palaeontology 55, 369–399. DOI 10.1111/j.1475-4983.2011.01124.x

 

Kutschera, V., Maas, A., Waloszek, D., Haug, C. & Haug, J. T. 2012. Re-study of larval stages of Amphionides reynaudii (Malacostraca: Eucarida) with modern imaging techniques. Journal of Crustacean Biology 32, 916–930. DOI 10.1163/1937240X-00002092

 

Schoenemann, B., Castellani, C., Clarkson, E. N. K., Haug, J. T., Maas, A., Haug, C. & Waloszek, D. 2012. The sophisticated visual system of a tiny Cambrian crustacean: analysis of a stalked fossil compound eye. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 279, 1335–1340. DOI 10.1098/rspb.2011.1888


 

2011

 

Castellani, C., Maas, A., Waloszek, D. & Haug, J. T. 2011. New pentastomids from the Late Cambrian of Sweden – deeper insight of the ontogeny of fossil tongue worms. Palaeontographica A 293(4–6), 95–145. Link to publisher


Haug, C. & Haug, J. T. 2011. Die Evolution der Fangschreckenkrebse (Stomatopoda, Malacostraca) im Lichte neuer mesozoischer Fossilfunde. Archaeopteryx 29, 13–19.


Haug, C., Mayer, G., Kutschera, V., Waloszek, D., Maas, A. & Haug, J. T. 2011. Imaging and documenting gammarideans. International Journal of Zoology, art. 380829, DOI 10.1155/2011/380829 Free access  PDF

 

Haug, J. T. & Haug, C. 2011. Fossilien unter langwelligem Licht: Grün-Orange-Fluoreszenz an makroskopischen Objekten. Archaeopteryx 29, 20–23.

 

Haug, J. T., Haug, C., Kutschera, V., Mayer, G., Maas, A., Liebau, S., Castellani, C., Wolfram, U., Clarkson, E. N. K. & Waloszek, D. 2011. Autofluorescence imaging, an excellent tool for comparative morphology. Journal of Microscopy 244, 259–272. DOI 10.1111/j.1365-2818.2011.03534.x


Haug, J. T., Haug, C., Waloszek, D. & Schweigert, G. 2011. The importance of lithographic limestones for revealing ontogenies in fossil crustaceans. Swiss Journal of Geosciences 104, Supplement 1, S85–S98. DOI 10.1007/s00015-010-0033-1


Haug, J. T., Maas, A., Haug, C. & Waloszek, D. 2011. Sarotrocercus oblitus – small arthropod with great impact on the understanding of arthropod evolution? Bulletin of Geosciences 86, 725–736. Free access  PDF


Haug, J. T., Olesen, J., Maas, A. & Waloszek, D. 2011. External morphology and post-embryonic development of Derocheilocaris remanei (Crustacea: Mystacocarida) revisited, with a comparison to the Cambrian taxon Skara. Journal of Crustacean Biology 31, 668–692. Link to publisher


Olesen, J., Haug, J. T., Maas, A. & Waloszek, D. 2011. External morphology of Lightiella monniotae (Crustacea, Cephalocarida) in the light of Cambrian ‘Orsten’ crustaceans. Arthropod Structure & Development 40, 449–478. DOI 10.1016/j.asd.2011.04.002

 

 

2010


Haug, J. T., Haug, C. (both main authors), Maas, A., Kutschera, V. & Waloszek, D. 2010. Evolution of mantis shrimps (Stomatopoda, Malacostraca) in the light of new Mesozoic fossils. BMC Evolutionary Biology 10, art. 290, 17 pp. Free access  PDF  Suppl.1  Suppl.2  Suppl.3


Haug, J. T., Maas, A. & Waloszek, D. 2010. †Henningsmoenicaris scutula, †Sandtorpia vestrogothiensis gen. et sp. nov. and heterochronic events in early crustacean evolution. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 100, 311–350. DOI 10.1017/S1755691010008145


Haug, J. T., Waloszek, D., Haug, C. & Maas, A. 2010. High-level phylogenetic analysis using developmental sequences: The Cambrian †Martinssonia elongata, †Musacaris gerdgeyeri gen. et sp. nov. and their position in early crustacean evolution. Arthropod Structure & Development 39, 154–173. DOI 10.1016/j.asd.2010.01.005


Zhang, X.-g., Maas, A., Haug, J. T., Siveter, D. J. & Waloszek, D. 2010. A eucrustacean metanauplius from the Lower Cambrian. Current Biology 20, 1075–1079. DOI 10.1016/j.cub.2010.04.026

 

 

2009

 

Haug, C., Haug, J. T., Waloszek, D. 2009. Morphology and ontogeny of the Upper Jurassic mantis shrimp Spinosculda ehrlichi n. gen. n. sp. from southern Germany. Palaeodiversity 2, 111–118. Free access  PDF


Haug, C., Haug, J. T., Waloszek, D., Maas, A., Frattigiani, R. & Liebau, S. 2009. New methods to document fossils from lithographic limestones of southern Germany and Lebanon. Palaeontologia Electronica 12(3); 6T; 12p. Free access  PDF


Haug, J. T., Haug, C., Maas, A., Fayers, S. R., Trewin, N. H. & Waloszek, D. 2009. Simple 3D images from fossil and Recent micromaterial using light microscopy. Journal of Microscopy 233, 93–101. DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2818.2008.03100.x


Haug, J. T., Haug, C., Waloszek, D., Maas, A., Wulf, M. & Schweigert, G. 2009. Development in Mesozoic scyllarids and implications for the evolution of Achelata (Reptantia, Decapoda, Crustacea). Palaeodiversity 2, 97–110. Free access  PDF


Haug, J. T., Maas, A. & Waloszek, D. 2009. Ontogeny of two Cambrian stem crustaceans, †Goticaris longispinosa and †Cambropachycope clarksoni. Palaeontographica A 289, 1–43. Link to publisher


Haug, J. T., Maas, A., Waloszek, D., Donoghue, P. C. J. & Bengtson, S. 2009. A new species of Markuelia from the Middle Cambrian of Australia. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists 37, 303–313. Link to publisher


Maas, A., Haug, C., Haug, J. T., Olesen, J., Zhang, X. & Waloszek, D. 2009. Early crustacean evolution and the appearance of epipodites and gills. Arthropod Systematics & Phylogeny 67(2), 255–273. Free access  PDF 


Maas, A., Waloszek, D., Haug, J. T. & Müller, K. J. 2009. Loricate larvae (Scalidophora) from the Middle Cambrian of Australia. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists 37, 281–302. Link to publisher

 

 

2008

 

Haug, J. T., Haug, C. & Ehrlich, M. 2008. First fossil stomatopod larva (Arthropoda: Crustacea) and a new way of documenting Solnhofen fossils (Upper Jurassic, Southern Germany). Palaeodiversity 1, 103–109. Free access  PDF


Stein, M., Waloszek, D. Maas, A., Haug. J. T. & Müller, K. J. 2008. Oelandocaris oelandica revisited. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 53, 461–484. Free access  PDF  Suppl.

 

 

2007


Maas, A., Waloszek, D., Haug, J. T. & Müller, K. J. 2007. A possible larval round worm from the Cambrian ‘Orsten’ and its bearing on the phylogeny of Cycloneuralia. Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists 34, 499–519. Link to publisher

 

 

Publications in scientific books

 

2014

 

Ahyong, S. T., Haug, J. T. & Haug, C. 2014. Stomatopoda. In: Martin, J. W., Olesen, J. & Høeg, J. T. (eds.), Atlas of Crustacean Larvae, 185–189. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore. Link to publisher


Haug, C., Haug, J. T., Maas, A. & Waloszek, D. 2014. Fossil larvae (head larvae, nauplii, and others) from the Cambrian in Orsten preservation. In: Martin, J. W., Olesen, J. & Høeg, J. T. (eds.), Atlas of Crustacean Larvae, 17–26. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore. Link to publisher


Haug, C., Haug, J. T. & Olesen, J. 2014. Uniquely preserved fossil larvae, some with branchiopod affinities, from the Devonian: the Rhynie and Windyfield Cherts. In: Martin, J. W., Olesen, J. & Høeg, J. T. (eds.), Atlas of Crustacean Larvae, 36–39. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore. Link to publisher


Haug, J. T., Ahyong, S. & Haug, C. 2014. Fossil malacostracan larvae. In: Martin, J. W., Olesen, J. & Høeg, J. T. (eds.), Atlas of Crustacean Larvae, 176–179. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore. Link to publisher


Olesen, J. & Haug, J. T. 2014. Mystacocarida. In: Martin, J. W., Olesen, J. & Høeg, J. T. (eds.), Atlas of Crustacean Larvae, 138–143. The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore. Link to publisher

 

 

2013

 

Haug, J. T., Maas, A., Haug, C. & Waloszek, D. 2013. Chapter 2. Evolution of crustacean appendages. In: Watling, L. & Thiel, M. (eds.): Vol. 1. Functional Morphology and Diversity. The Natural History of the Crustacea, 34–73. Oxford University Press, Oxford. Link to publisher


 

2008

 

Hughes, N.C., Haug, J. T. & Waloszek, D. 2008. Basal euarthropod development: a fossil-based perspective. In: Minelli, A. & Fusco, G. (eds.): Evolving Pathways – Keynotes in Evolutionary Developmental Biology, 281–298. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Link to publisher

 

 

Additional publications

 

2016

 

Haug, C. & Haug, J. T. 2016. Developmental Paleontology and Paleo-Evo-Devo. In: Kliman, R. M. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Biology, vol. 1. Academic Press, Oxford, 420–429. Link to publisher

 

Haug, C. & Haug, J. T. 2016. Über die Zusammenarbeit von Hobbypaläontologen und Wissenschaftlern. Der Steinkern 24, 90–93. Link to publisher

 

Haug, J. T. & Haug, C. 2016. Der Cousin des Quadrates – die Charakterisierung des überschlagenen doppelt-rechtwinkligen Vierecks. Die Wurzel 9+10, 220–225. Link to publisher

 

Haug, J. T., Labandeira, C. C., Santiago-Blay, J. A., Haug, C. & Brown, S. 2016. Erratum to: Life habits, hox genes, and affinities of a 311 million-year-old holometabolan larva. BMC Evolutionary Biology 16, art. 169. Free access PDF

 

Vannier, J. & Haug, J. T. 2016. Introduction: Fossils as Living Beings. Arthropod Structure & Development 45, 69–70. DOI 10.1016/j.asd.2016.01.007

 

 

2015

 

Haug, C., Leipner, A. & Haug, J. T. 2015. Neues über die 300 Millionen Jahre alten Schwertschwänze vom Piesberg, Osnabrück. Osnabrücker Naturwissenschaftliche Mitteilungen 41, 1–12. Link to publisher

 

Haug, J. T. & Haug, C. 2015. “Crustacea”: Comparative aspects of larval development. In: Wanninger, A. (ed.), Evolutionary Developmental Biology of Invertebrates 4: Ecdysozoa II: Crustacea. Springer, Wien, 1–37. Link to publisher


Nagler, C. & Haug, J. T. 2015. From fossil parasitoids to vectors: insects as parasites and hosts. In: De Baets, K. & Littlewood, T. (eds.) Fossil parasites. Advances in Parasitology 90, Elsevier, 137–200. Link to publisher

 

 

2014

 

Haug, C. & Haug, J. T. 2014. Neues zu den Thylacocephala, einer Gruppe (immer noch) seltsamer Krebse. Archaeopteryx 32, 8–14. Link to publisher

 

 

2013

 

Haug, J. T. & Haug, C. 2013. Comment on "Three head-larvae of Hesslandona angustata", Zhang et al., Gondwana Research, Volume 21, Issue 4, May 2012, Pages 1115–1127. Gondwana Research 23, 1178–1180. DOI 10.1016/j.gr.2012.08.003



 

2011

 

Haug, J. T. & Haug, C. 2011. Fossilien hinter Glas fotografieren. Fossilien 3/11, 159–163.

 

 

2010

 

Tanaka, G., Waloszek, D., Maas, A. & Haug, J. T. 2010. Evolutionary “explosion“ also affected micro-organisms. Newton Graphic Science Magazine, separate volume 2010, 44–51 (in Japanese).

 

 

2009

 

Haug, C., Haug, J. T. & Waloszek, D. 2009. Neues zur Krebsfauna der süddeutschen Plattenkalke. Archaeopteryx 27, 31–37.

 

 

2008

 

Haug, J. T., Haug, C. & Ehrlich, M. 2008. Erster fossiler Nachweis einer Fangschreckenkrebslarve (Arthropoda: Crustacea) und eine neue Methode zur Dokumentation von Solnhofen-Fossilien (Oberjura, Süddeutschland). Archaeopteryx 26, 19–27.