Smith, M.R. (2016) 'Evolution : velvet worm biogeography.', Current biology., 26 (19). R882-R884.
The present-day distribution of velvet worms corresponds neatly to the ancient supercontinent Gondwana — except for a puzzling outpost in southeast Asia. Jaw-dropping new fossil material now establishes when and how peripatid onychophorans reached this isolated spot.
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|Date accepted:||26 July 2016|
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|Date of first online publication:||10 October 2016|
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