Thomas J. Simonsen
Thomas J. Simonsen
Natural History Museum Aarhus, Denmark
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Animal biodiversity: An outline of higher-level classification and survey of taxonomic richness
EJ Van Nieukerken, L Kaila, IJ Kitching, NP Kristensen, DC Lees, J Minet, ...
Zootaxa 3148 (1), 212-221, 2011
Towards a mitogenomic phylogeny of Lepidoptera
MJTN Timmermans, DC Lees, TJ Simonsen
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 79, 169-178, 2014
A molecular phylogeny for the pyraloid moths (Lepidoptera: Pyraloidea) and its implications for higher‐level classification
JC Regier, C Mitter, MA Solis, JE Hayden, B Landry, M Nuss, ...
Systematic Entomology 37 (4), 635-656, 2012
No specimen left behind: industrial scale digitization of natural history collections
V Blagoderov, IJ Kitching, L Livermore, TJ Simonsen, VS Smith
ZooKeys, 133, 2012
Virtual forensic entomology: improving estimates of minimum post-mortem interval with 3D micro-computed tomography
CS Richards, TJ Simonsen, RL Abel, MJR Hall, DA Schwyn, M Wicklein
Forensic science international 220 (1-3), 251-264, 2012
A molecular phylogeny for the oldest (nonditrysian) lineages of extant L epidoptera, with implications for classification, comparative morphology and life‐history evolution
JC Regier, C Mitter, NP Kristensen, DR Davis, EJ Van Nieukerken, J Rota, ...
Systematic Entomology 40 (4), 671-704, 2015
Metamorphosis revealed: time-lapse three-dimensional imaging inside a living chrysalis
T Lowe, RJ Garwood, TJ Simonsen, RS Bradley, PJ Withers
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 10 (84), 20130304, 2013
Deceptive single‐locus taxonomy and phylogeography: Wolbachia‐associated divergence in mitochondrial DNA is not reflected in morphology and nuclear …
U Kodandaramaiah, TJ Simonsen, S Bromilow, N Wahlberg, F Sperling
Ecology and evolution 3 (16), 5167-5176, 2013
Phylogenetics and divergence times of Papilioninae (Lepidoptera) with special reference to the enigmatic genera Teinopalpus and Meandrusa
TJ Simonsen, EV Zakharov, M Djernaes, AM Cotton, RI Vane‐Wright, ...
Cladistics 27 (2), 113-137, 2011
Morphology, molecules and fritillaries: approaching a stable phylogeny for Argynnini (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae)
A Brower, N Wahlberg, T Simonsen, R de Jong
Insect Systematics & Evolution 37 (4), 405-418, 2006
Resolving confusion in the use of concepts and terminology in intrapuparial development studies of cyclorrhaphous Diptera
D Martín-Vega, MJR Hall, TJ Simonsen
Journal of Medical Entomology 53 (6), 1249-1251, 2016
Evolutionary framework for Lepidoptera model systems
AD Roe, SJ Weller, J Baixeras, J Brown, MP Cummings, D Davis, ...
Genetics and molecular biology of Lepidoptera, 1-24, 2009
Fritillary phylogeny, classification, and larval host plants: reconstructed mainly on the basis of male and female genitalic morphology (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Argynnini)
TJ Simonsen
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 89 (4), 627-673, 2006
Looking into the puparium: Micro‐CT visualization of the internal morphological changes during metamorphosis of the blow fly, Calliphora vicina, with the first …
D Martín‐Vega, TJ Simonsen, MJR Hall
Journal of Morphology 278 (5), 629-651, 2017
2.'Hairs' and scales
NP Kristensen, TJ Simonsen, NP Kristensen
Lepidoptera, moths and butterflies 2, 9-22, 1998
Age estimation during the blow fly intra-puparial period: a qualitative and quantitative approach using micro-computed tomography
D Martín-Vega, TJ Simonsen, M Wicklein, MJR Hall
International Journal of Legal Medicine 131, 1429-1448, 2017
Virtual dissections through micro‐CT scanning: a method for non‐destructive genitalia ‘dissections’ of valuable L epidoptera material
TJ Simonsen, IJ Kitching
Systematic Entomology 39 (3), 606-618, 2014
The wing vestiture of the non‐ditrysian Lepidoptera (Insecta). Comparative morphology and phylogenetic implications
TJ Simonsen
Acta Zoologica 82 (4), 275-298, 2001
Tracing an Invasion: Phylogeography of Cactoblastis cactorum (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) in the United States Based on Mitochondrial DNA
TJ Simonsen, RL Brown, FAH Sperling
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 101 (5), 899-905, 2008
Splendid ghost moths and their allies: a revision of Australian Abantiades, Oncopera, Aenetus, Archaeoaenetus and Zelotypia (Hepialidae)
T Simonsen
CSIRO publishing, 2018
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