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1. Peer Review #2 of "Unexpected cross-species contamination in genome sequencing projects (v0.1)"


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2. Peer Review #2 of "Unexpected cross-species contamination in genome sequencing projects (v0.2)"


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3. RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Research article

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4. RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Incongruence between morphotypes and

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5. Haplowebs as a graphical tool for delimiting species: a revival of Doyle's "field for recombination" approach and its application to the coral genus Pocilloporain Clipperton

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6. Unsuspected diversity of Niphargusamphipods in the chemoautotrophic cave ecosystem of Frasassi, central Italy

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7. Lophelia pertusa corals from the Ionian and Barents seas share identical nuclear ITS2 and near-identical mitochondrial genome sequences

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8. Haplowebs as a graphical tool for delimiting species: a revival of Doyle's "field for recombination" approach and its application to the coral genus Pocillopora in Clipperton

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9. Haplowebs as a graphical tool for delimiting species: a revival of Doyle's "field for recombination" approach and its application to the coral genus Pocillopora in Clipperton


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10. Unsuspected diversity of Niphargus amphipods in the chemoautotrophic cave ecosystem of Frasassi, central Italy


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