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  1. Pérez-Schultheiss, J. & Wilson, G.D.F. (2021) A new genus and species of groundwater isopod of the family Protojaniridae (Isopoda: Asellota: Gnathostenetroidoidea) from southern Chile. Zootaxa 4966(5):550–562. https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4966.5.4

  2. Just, J. & Wilson, G.D.F. (2021) Redescriptions and new species in the ‘Austrosignum–Munnogonium’ complex sensu Just & Wilson (2007), mainly from the Southern Hemisphere (Crustacea: Isopoda: Paramunnidae). Zootaxa 4952(3): 401-447. /https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4952.3.1

  3. Wilson, G.D.F. & Humphrey, C.L. (2020) The Eophreatoicus Nicholls, 1926 species flock from Kakadu and Arnhem Land, with a description of a new genus of Amphisopidae (Crustacea : Isopoda : Phreatoicidea) Zootaxa, 4854, 1-303. https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4854.1

  4. Wilson, G.D.F. (2017) Macrofauna abundance, species diversity and turnover at three sites in the Clipperton-Clarion Fracture Zone. Marine Biodiversity, 47, 323-347. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12526-016-0609-8

  5. Esquete P. Wilson G. D. F. 2016. The genus Uromunna (Crustacea: Isopoda: Munnidae) in New South Wales, with a key for all known species. Marine Biology Research 2016 (online): 1-25.  DOI: 10.1080/17451000.2015.1131298

  6. Selden P., Wilson G.D.F., Simonetto L., Dalla Vecchia F. M. 2016. First fossil asellote (Isopoda: Asellota), from the Upper Triassic (Norian) of the Carnic Prealps (Friuli, north-east Italy). Journal of Crustacean Biology 36(1): 68-86.

  7. Wilson G.D.F. & Ahyong S.Y. 2015. Lifestyles of the Species-rich and Fabulous: the Deep-sea Crustaceans. Chapter 11 in “The Life Styles and Feeding Biology of the Crustacea, Volume II, Natural History of the Crustacea, eds. M. Thiel & L. Watling. Oxford University Press, New York, USA, pp.279-297.

  8. Wilson G.D.F., Shaik S. & Ranga Reddy Y. 2015. A new species of Andhracoides Wilson and Ranga Reddy, 2011 (Isopoda: Hypsimetopidae) from Belum Cave, Andhra Pradesh, India, with a phylogenetic review of the family. Journal of Crustacean Biology 35: 216-240

  9. Esquete, P., Wilson G. D. F. & Troncoso, J. S. 2014. Ecology and systematics of a new species of Uromunna (Crustacea: Isopoda) from Spanish eelgrass beds. Helgoland Marine Research 68:329-339.

  10. Riehl T., Wilson G. D. F. & Malyutina M. V. 2014. Urstylidae – a new family of abyssal isopods (Crustacea: Asellota) and its phylogenetic implications. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 170, 245-296.

  11. Lee T., Ho S.Y.W., Wilson G. D. F., Lo N. 2014. Phylogeography and diversity of the terrestrial isopod Spherillo grossus (Oniscidea: Armadillidae) on the Australian East Coast. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 170, 297-309.

  12. Wilson G. D. F. (2012) Fossils in the phylogeny of isopod crustaceans (Arthropoda). In (eds. T.A. Hegna and J.A. Wolfe): “The Origins of Arthropod Diversity: Phylogenetic Insights from the Living and the Dead”, GSA Topical Session, Programs and Abstracts, p. 478. Geological Society of America, Charleston, N.C., USA

  13. Lins L.S.F., Ho S.Y. W. Wilson G. D. F. , Lo N. 2012. Evidence for Permo-Triassic colonisation of the deep sea by isopod crustaceans. " Biology Letters 8(6): 979-982.

  14. Wilson G. D. F., Osborn A. W., Forteath G. N. R. 2012. Two new species of Colubotelson Nicholls, 1944 in Tasmania's Lake Pedder: persistence of Phreatoicidae (Crustacea, Isopoda) therein. Zootaxa 3406: 1–29.

  15. Park T.-Y. Wilson G. D. F., Lee D.-C., Choi, D. K. 2012. Occurrence of the isopod Archaeoniscus coreaensis n.sp. from the Lower Cretaceous Jinju Formation, Korea. Journal of Paleontology 86: 626-640.

  16. Riehl T., Wilson G. D. F., Hessler R. R. 2012. New Macrostylidae Hansen, 1916 (Crustacea: Isopoda) from the Gay Head–Bermuda Transect with special consideration of sexual dimorphism. Zootaxa 3277: 1-26.

  17. Wilson G. D. F., Paterson J. R., Kear B. P. 2011. Fossil isopods associated with a fish skeleton from the lower Cretaceous of Queensland, Australia – direct evidence of a scavenging lifestyle in Mesozoic Cymothoida. Palaeontology 54(5): 1053-1068.

  18. Wilson G. D. F., Sims C. A., Grutter A. S. 2011. Toward a taxonomy of the Gnathiidae (Isopoda) using juveniles. The external anatomy of Gnathia aureamaculosa Zuphea stages using scanning electron microscopy. Journal of Crustacean Biology 31(3): 509-522.

  19. Wilson, G. D. F., Ranga Reddy, Y. 2011. Andhracoides shabuddin gen. nov., sp. nov., a new phreatoicidean isopod (Crustacea, Hypsimetopidae) from hypogean aquatic habitats in Andhra Pradesh, India. Zootaxa. 2869: 37–53.

  20. Doti B. L., Wilson G. D. F. 2010. The genera Carpias Richardson, Ianiropsis Sars and Janaira Moreira & Pires (Isopoda: Asellota: Janiridae) from Australia, with description of three new species. Zootaxa 2625:1-39.

  21. Fu W.-L., Wilson G. D. F., Jiang D.-Y., Sun Y.-L., Hao W.-C. and Sun Z.-Y. 2010. A new species of Protamphisopus nicholls (crustacea, isopoda, phreatoicidea) from Middle Triassic Luoping fauna of Yunnan Province, China. Journal of Paleontology 84:1003-1013.

  22. Wei C.-L., Rowe G.T., Hubbard G.F., Scheltema A.H., Wilson G. D. F. , Petrescu I., Foster J.M., Wicksten M.K., Chen M., Davenport R., Soliman Y., Wang Y. 2010. Bathymetric zonation of deep-sea macrofauna in relation to export of surface phytoplankton production. Marine Ecology Progress Series 399, 1-14.

  23. Schotte M., Markham J. C., Wilson G. D. F. 2009. Isopoda (Crustacea) of the Gulf of Mexico. In: Felder, D.L. and Camp D. (editors), "Gulf of Mexico - Its Origins, Waters, and Biota: Biodiversity", pp. 973-986. Volume 1, Biodiversity. Texas A&M University Press, College Station, Texas.

  24. Wilson G. D. F. 2009. The phylogenetic position of the Isopoda in the Peracarida (Crustacea: Malacostraca). Arthropod Systematics & Phylogeny 67: 159 - 198.

  25. Wilson G. D. F., Humphrey C. L., Colgan D. J., Gray K. A., Johnson R. 2009. Monsoon-influenced speciation patterns in a species flock of Eophreatoicus Nicholls (Isopoda; Crustacea). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 51: 349-364.

  26. Wilson G. D. F. 2008. Local and Regional diversity of benthic Isopoda (Crustacea) in the deep Gulf of Mexico. Deep-Sea Research Part II, Topical Studies in Oceanography 55: 2634-2649.

  27. Wilson G. D. F. 2008. Groundwater Gondwana: Subterranean Connections of Australian Phreatoicidean Isopods to India and New Zealand. Invertebrate Systematics 22: 301-310.

  28. Wilson G. D. F. 2008. Global diversity of Isopod crustaceans (Crustacea; Isopoda) in freshwater. In K. Martens, E. Balian, H. Segers. C. Lévêque (eds.) “Freshwater Animal Diversity Assessment”. (Springer; Netherlands.) Hydrobiologia 595(1): 231-240.

  29. Wilson G. D. F. 2008. A review of taxonomic concepts in the Nannoniscidae (Isopoda, Asellota), with a key to the genera and a description of Nannoniscus oblongus Sars. Zootaxa 1680: 1-24.

  30. Kavanagh F. A., Wilson G. D. F. 2007. A revision of the genus Haplomesus (Isopoda: Asellota: Ischnomesidae). Invertebrate Systematics 21: 487-535.

  31. Just J., Wilson G. D. F. 2007. Revision of Austrosignum Hodgson and Munnogonium George & Stromberg (Paramunnidae) with descriptions of eight new genera and two new species, (Crustacea: Isopoda: Asellota). Zootaxa 1515: 1-29 (25 Jun. 2007) 11 plates

  32. Cunha M., Wilson G. D. F. 2006. Revision of the deep-sea genus Heteromesus Richardson (Isopoda, Ischnomesidae). Zootaxa 1192: 1-76 (4 May 2006) 33 plates

  33. Kavanagh, F.A., Wilson G. D. F., Power A.M. 2006. Heterochrony in Haplomesus (Crustacea, Isopoda, Ischnomesidae): revision of two species and description of two new species. Zootaxa 1120: 1-33 (2 Feb. 2006) 15 plates

  34. Keable S.J. Wilson G. D. F. 2006. New species of Pygolabis Wilson (Isopoda, Tainisopidae) from Western Australia. Zootaxa 1116: 1-27 (27 Jan. 2006) 13 plates

  35. Just J., Wilson G. D. F. 2006. Revision of southern hemisphere Austronanus Hodgson, 1910, with two new genera and five new species (Isopoda: Asellota: Paramunnidae). Zootaxa 1111: 21-58 (20 Jan. 2006) 19 plates

  36. Guinot D., Wilson G. D. F., Schram F. R. 2005. A Jurassic Isopod from Ranville, Normandy, France. Journal of Paleontology 79(5): 954-960. (errata G. D. F. Wilson)

  37. McLaughlin P.A., Camp D.K, Angel M.V., Bousfield E. L., Brunel P., Brusca R.C., Cadien D., Cohen A.C., Conlan K., Eldredge L.G., Felder D.L., Goy J.W., Haney T., Hann B., Heard R.W., Hendrycks E.A., Hobbs H.H., Holsinger J.R., Kensley B.K., Laubitz D.R., LeCroy S.E., Lemaitre R., Maddocks R.F., Martin J.W., Mikkelsen P., Nelson E., Newman W.A., Overstreet R.M., Poly W.J., Price W.W., Reid J.W., Robertson A., Rogers D.C., Ross A., Schotte M., Schram F.R., Shih C-T., Watling L., Wilson G. D. F. , Turgeon D.D. 2005. Common and Scientific Names of Aquatic Invertebrates from the United States and Canada: Crustaceans. American Fisheries Society Special Publication 31, 533 pp. American Fisheries Society: Bethesda, Maryland. (with CD-ROM)

  38. Just J., Wilson G. D. F. 2004. Paramunnidae (Isopoda: Asellota): the Paramunna complex. Invertebrate Systematics 18: 377-466.

  39. Wilson G. D. F., Keable, S. J. 2004. A new family and genus of Phreatoicidea (Crustacea, Isopoda) from artesian springs in southwestern Queensland, Australia. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 49(2): 741-759.

  40. Wilson, G. D. F. 2003. Clean slaters. In: Nature Australia. Australian Museum, Sydney, Australia, p. 82.

  41. Cunha M. R., Wilson G. D. F. 2003. Haplomunnidae (Isopoda, Asellota) reviewed, with a description of an intact specimen of Thylakogaster Wilson & Hessler, 1974. Zootaxa 326:1-16.

  42. Edgecombe G. D., Richter S. and Wilson, G. D. F. 2003. The mandibular gnathal edges: homologous structures throughout Mandibulata? In: Proceedings of the 12th International Congress of Myriapodology, M. Hamer, ed. African Invertebrates 44: 115-135.

  43. Wilson G. D. F. 2003. A new genus of Tainisopidae fam. nov. (Crustacea: Isopoda) from the Pilbara, Western Australia. Zootaxa 245: 1-20.

  44. Wilson G. D. F., Edgecombe G.D. 2003. The Triassic isopod Protamphisopus wianamattensis (Chilton) and comparison with extant taxa (Crustacea, Phreatoicidea) Journal of Paleontology 77(3): 454–470.

  45. Poore G.C.B., Knott B., Lew Ton H. M., Wilson G. D. F. 2002. Suborder Phreatoicidea Stebbing, 1893. Pp. 62-80 in Poore, G.C.B. (ed.), “Crustacea: Malacostraca: Syncarida, Peracarida: Isopoda, Tanaidacea, Mictacea, Thermosbaenacea, Spelaeogriphacea”, Houston W.W.K., Beesley P.L. (series eds.), Zoological Catalogue of Australia. Vol. 19.2A. Melbourne: CSIRO Publishing, Australia, xii 434 pp.

  46. Glover A. G., Smith C. R., Paterson G. L. J., Wilson G. D. F., Hawkins L., Sheader M. 2002. Polychaete species diversity in the central Pacific abyss: local and regional patterns, and relationships with productivity. Marine Ecology Progress Series 240: 157-170.

  47. Larsen K., Wilson G. D. F. 2002. Tanaidacean Phylogeny, The First Step: The Superfamily Paratanaidoidea. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research (Zeitschrift für zoologische Systematik und Evolutionsforschung) 40: 205-222.

  48. Richter S., Edgecombe G. D., Wilson G. D. F. 2002. The lacinia mobilis and similar structures – a valuable character in arthropod phylogeny? Zoologischer Anzeiger 241: 339-361.

  49. Wilson G. D. F., Keable S. J. 2002. New Phreatoicidea (Crustacea, Isopoda) from Grampians National Park, with revisions of Synamphisopus and Phreatoicopsis. Memoirs of Museum Victoria 59(2):457-529.

  50. Greer A.E., Wilson G. D. F. 2001 [2002]. Comments on the scincid lizard genus Ophiomorus, with a cladistic analysis of the species. Hamadryad 26(2):273-282.

  51. Lillemets B., Wilson G. D. F. 2002. A new genus and four new species of Armadillidae (Crustacea, Isopoda) from Lord Howe Island. Records of the Australian Museum 54(1):71-98.

  52. Wilson G. D. F., Keable S. J. 2002. New Genera of Phreatoicidea (Isopoda, Crustacea) from Western Australia. Records of the Australian Museum 54(1):41-70.

  53. Wilson G. D. F. 2001. Australian groundwater-dependent isopod crustaceans. Records of the Western Australian Museum (Supplement 64): 239-240 [Abstract only].

  54. Wilson G. D. F., Keable S. J. 2001. Systematics of the Phreatoicidea. In: “Isopod Systematics and Evolution”, R. C. Brusca & B. Kensley, eds., pp. 175-194. Special Publication of the Second Isopod Conference. Crustacean Issues 13. A.A.Balkema, Rotterdam.

  55. Edgecombe G. D., Wilson G. D. F., Colgan D. J., Gray M. R., Cassis G. 2000. Arthropod Cladistics: Combined Analysis of Histone H3 and U2 snRNA Sequences and Morphology. Cladistics 16(2): 155-203.

  56. Wilson G. D. F. 1999. Some of the deep-sea fauna is ancient. In: Jan H. Stock Memorial Symposium: "Crustacean Biodiversity in Subterranean, Ancient/Deep Lakes and Deep-Sea Habitats," D. L. Danielopol & K. Martens, eds. Crustaceana 72(8):1019-1030.

  57. Wilson G. D. F., Johnson R. T. 1999. Ancient endemism among freshwater isopods (Crustacea, Phreatoicidea). In: “The Other 99%. The conservation and Biodiversity of Invertebrates,” W.F. Ponder and D. Lunney, eds., pp. 264-268, Transactions of the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales, Mossman.

  58. Wilson G. D. F., Keable S. J. 1999. A new genus of phreatoicidean isopod (Crustacea) from the North Kimberley Region, Western Australia. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, London 126(1):51-79.

  59. Serov P., Wilson G. D. F. 1999. A revision of the family Pseudojaniridae Wilson, 1986 and the superfamily Stenetrioidea Hansen, 1914. Invertebrate Taxonomy 13:67-113.

  60. Wilson G. D. F., Fenwick G. D. 1999. Taxonomy and Ecology of Phreatoicus typicus Chilton, 1883 (Crustacea, Isopoda, Phreatoicidae). Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 29(1):41-64.

  61. Colgan D. J., McLauchlan A., Wilson G. D. F., Livingston S., Macaranas J., Edgecombe G. D., Cassis G., Gray M. R. 1999 (1998). Molecular phylogenetics of the Arthropoda: relationships based on histone H3 and U2 snRNA DNA sequences. Australian Journal of Zoology 46:419-437.

  62. Larsen K., Wilson G. D. F. 1998. Tanaidomorphan systematics – Is it Obsolete? Journal of Crustacean Biology 18(2): 346-362.

  63. Wilson, G. D. F. 1998. Historical influences on deep-sea isopod diversity in the Atlantic Ocean. Deep-Sea Research Part II, Topical Studies in Oceanography 45(1-3):279-301. (In: C. R. Smith, L. S. Mullineaux and L. A. Levin (eds.), "Deep-sea biodiversity: a compilation of recent advances in honor of Robert R. Hessler"; Pergamon Press: Oxford, UK)

  64. Paterson G. L. J., Wilson G. D. F., Cosson N., Lamont P. A. 1998. Hessler and Jumars (1974) revisited: abyssal polychaete assemblages from the Atlantic and Pacific. Deep-Sea Research Part II, Topical Studies in Oceanography 45(1-3):225-251. (In: C. R. Smith, L. S. Mullineaux and L. A. Levin (eds.), "Deep-sea biodiversity: a compilation of recent advances in honor of Robert R. Hessler"; Pergamon Press: Oxford, UK)

  65. Wilson G. D. F. 1997. The Suborder Asellota. Section 1.3, in (pp. 59-109) "The Order Isopoda," by R. Wetzer, R. Brusca and G. Wilson. Atlas of the Fauna of the Santa Maria Basin, Volume 11, “The Crustacea, Part 2”, J.A. Blake and P.H. Scott (series eds.), 278 pp. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History: Santa Barbara, California, USA.

  66. Thistle D., Wilson G. D. F. 1996. Is the HEBBLE isopod fauna hydrodynamically modified? A second test. Deep-Sea Research. 43(4):545-554.

  67. Wilson G. D. F. 1996. Of uropods and isopod crustacean trees: a comparison of ‘groundpattern’ and cladistic methods. Vie et Milieu 46(2):139-153. (Comments on Wägele’s reply, p. 185)

  68. Wilson G. D. F., Ho L. 1996. Crenoicus Nicholls, 1944 (Isopoda, Phreatoicidae): systematics and population biology of a new species from New South Wales. Records of the Australian Museum 48(1):7-32.

  69. Serov P., Wilson G. D. F. 1995. A review of the Stenetriidae (Crustacea: Isopoda: Asellota). Records of the Australian Museum 47:39-82.

  70. Wilson G. D. F. 1994. A phylogenetic analysis of the isopod family Janiridae (Asellota). Invertebrate Taxonomy 8:749-766.

  71. Wilson G. D. F., Wägele J.-W. 1994. A systematic review of the family Janiridae (Isopoda, Asellota). Invertebrate Taxonomy 8:683-747.

  72. Rex M.A., Stuart C.T., Hessler R.R., Allen J.A., Sanders H.L., Wilson G. D. F. 1993. Global-scale latitudinal patterns of species diversity in the deep-sea benthos. Nature 365:636-639.

  73. Poore G.C.B., Wilson G. D. F. 1993. Marine Species Richness. Nature 361(6413):587-583.

  74. Wilson G. D. F., Ponder W.A. 1992. Extraordinary new subterranean isopods (Peracarida, Crustacea) from the Kimberley Region, Western Australia. Records of the Australian Museum 44:279-298.

  75. Wilson G. D. F. 1992. Computerized analysis of crustacean relationships. In: E. Dahl and J-O Strömberg, eds., Proceedings of the Crustacean Evolution Workshop, September 1990, Kristinaberg Marine Biological Station, Sweden. Swedish Royal Society, Lund. Zoologica Acta (Stockholm) 73(5):383-389.

  76. Brusca R.C., Wilson G. D. F. 1991. A phylogenetic analysis of the Isopoda with some classificatory recommendations. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 31:143-204.

  77. Wilson G. D. F. 1991. Functional morphology and evolution of isopod genitalia. In: R. Bauer and J. Martin, eds., "Crustacean Sexual Biology," pp. 228-245. New York: University of Columbia Press, 355 pp.

  78. Wilson G. D. F., Boudrais M., Miller R., Harbison G. 1989. An unique form of swimming in the deep-sea isopod crustacean genus Munneurycope: walking! American Zoologist 29:66A. (Abstract: Annual meeting of the American Society of Zoologists, American Microscopical Society, Animal Behavior Society, Biological Society of Washington, Crustacean Society and the International Association of Astacology, Society of Systematic Zoology, Boston, MA, Dec. 27-30, 1989.)

  79. Wilson G. D. F., Kussakin O.G., Vasina G. 1989. A revision of the genus Microprotus Richardson with two new species M. acutispinatus and M. lobispinatus (Asellota, Isopoda, Crustacea). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 102(2):339-361.

  80. Wilson G. D. F. 1989. A systematic revision of the deep-sea subfamily Lipomerinae of the isopod crustacean family Munnopsidae. Bulletin of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography 27:1-138.

  81. Wilson G. D. F. 1987. The road to the Janiroidea: the comparative morphology and evolution of the asellote isopods. Zeitschrift für zoologische Systematik und Evolutionsforschung 25:257-280.

  82. Wilson G. D. F. 1987. Differences in dispersal and speciation between deep-sea tanaids and isopods (Crustacea). American Zoologist 23(4):140. (Abstract: Annual meeting of the American Society of Zoologists, American Microscopical Society, Animal Behavior Society, Biological Society of Washington, Crustacean Society and the International Association of Astacology, Society of Systematic Zoology, New Orleans, LA, Dec. 27-30, 1987.)

  83. Wilson G. D. F., Hessler R. 1987. Speciation in the Deep Sea. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 18:185-207.

  84. Thistle D., Wilson G. D. F. 1987. A hydrodynamically modified, abyssal isopod fauna. Deep-Sea Research 34:73-87.

  85. Wilson G. D. F. 1986. The evolution of the female cuticular organ in the Asellota (Crustacea, Isopoda). Journal of Morphology 190:297-305.

  86. Wilson G. D. F. 1986. Pseudojaniridae, a new family for Pseudojanira stenetrioides Barnard, 1925 (Crustacea, Isopoda), a species intermediate to the asellote superfamilies Stenetrioidea and Janiroidea. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 99(2):350-358.

  87. Wilson G. D. F. 1985. The distribution of eurycopid species complexes (Crustacea: Isopoda: Asellota). In: "Peuplements profonds du golfe de Gascogne. Campagnes BIOGAS," edited by L. Laubier et C. Monniot, pp. 465-468. Brest, France: Service Documentation-Publications, Institut Francais de Recherche pour l'Exploitation de la Mer, 630 pp.

  88. Wilson G. D. F., Thistle D. 1985. Amuletta, a new genus for Ilyarachna abyssorum Richardson 1911 (Isopoda, Asellota, Eurycopidae). Journal of Crustacean Biology 5(2):350-360.

  89. Wilson G. D. F. 1984. The evolution of the janiroidean female reproductive apparatus (Crustacea, Isopoda, Asellota). American Zoologist 24(4). (Abstract: Annual meeting of the American Society of Zoologists, American Microscopical Society, Animal Behavior Society, Biological Society of Washington, Crustacean Society and the International Association of Astacology, Society of Systematic Zoology, and Western Society of Naturalists, Denver, Colorado, Dec. 27-30, 1984.)

  90. Wilson G. D. F. 1983. Systematics of a species complex in the deep-sea genus Eurycope, with a revision of six previously described species (Crustacea, Isopoda, Eurycopidae). Bulletin of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography 25:1-64.

  91. Wilson G. D. F. 1983. Dispersal and speciation in the deep-sea janiroidean isopods (Asellota, Crustacea). American Zoologist 23(4):921. (Abstract: Annual meeting of the American Society of Zoologists, American Microscopical Society, Animal Behavior Society, Biological Society of Washington, Crustacean Society and the International Association of Astacology, Philadelphia PA., Dec. 27-30, 1983.)

  92. Hessler R.R., Wilson G. D. F. 1983. The origin and biogeography of malacostracan crustaceans in the deep sea. In: "Evolution, Time, and Space: The Emergence of the Biosphere," edited by R.W. Sims, J.H. Price, and P.E.S. Whalley, Systematics Association, Special Publication, 23:227-254.

  93. Wilson G. D. F. 1983. An unusual species complex in the genus Eurycope (Crustacea: Isopoda: Asellota) from the deep North Atlantic Ocean. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 96(3):452-467.

  94. Wilson G. D. F. 1983. Variation in the deep-sea isopod, Eurycope iphthima (Asellota, Eurycopidae): Depth related clines in rostral morphology and in population structure. Journal of Crustacean Biology 3:127-140.

  95. Wilson G. D. F. 1982. Two new natatory asellote isopods (Crustacea) from the San Juan Archipelago, Baeonectes improvisus n.gen., n.sp. and Acanthamunnopsis milleri n.sp., with a revised description of A. hystrix Schultz. Canadian Journal of Zoology 60(12):3332-3343.

  96. Wilson G. D. F., Hessler R. R. 1981. A revision of the genus Eurycope (Isopoda, Asellota) with descriptions of three new genera. Journal of Crustacean Biology 1(3):401-423.

  97. Wilson G. 1981. Taxonomy and postmarsupial development of a dominant deep-sea eurycopid isopod (Crustacea). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 94(1):276-294.

  98. Iverson E.W., Wilson G. 1981. Paramunna quadratifrons, new species, the first record of the genus in the NorthPacific Ocean (Crustacea: Isopoda: Pleurogoniidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 93(4):982-988.

  99. Wilson G. 1980. Incipient speciation in a deep-sea eurycopid isopod (Crustacea). American Zoologist 20(4). (Abstract: Annual meeting of the American Society of Zoologists, American Microscopical Society, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Animal Behavior Society, Biological Society of Washington, Canadian Society of Zoologists, Ecological Society of America, society of Systematic Zoology, and the Western society of Naturalists, Seattle, WA., Dec. 27-30, 1980.)

  100. Wilson G., Hessler R.R. 1980. Taxonomic characters in the morphology of the genus Eurycope (Crustacea, Isopoda) with a redescription of E. cornuta Sars, 1864. Cahiers de Biologie Marine 21:241-263.

  101. Wilson G. 1980. New insights into the colonization of the deep sea: Systematics and zoogeography of the Munnidae and the Pleurogoniidae comb. nov. (Isopoda; Janiroidea). Journal of Natural History 14(2):215-236.

  102. Wilson G. 1980. Superfamilies of the Asellota (Isopoda) and the systematic position of Stenetrium weddellense (Shultz). Crustaceana 38(2):219-221.

  103. Hessler R.R., Wilson G., Thistle D. 1979. The deep-sea isopods: a biogeographic and phylogenetic overview. Sarsia 64(1-2):67-75.

  104. Wilson G., Thistle D., Hessler R. 1976. The Plakarthriidae (Isopoda; Flabellifera): déjà vu. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 58(4):331-343.

  105. Wilson G. 1976. The systematics and evolution of Haplomunna and its relatives (Isopoda, Haplomunnidae, , n.fam.). Journal of Natural History 10:569-580.

  106. Thiel H., Thistle D., Wilson G. 1975. Ultrasonic treatment of sediment samples for more efficient sorting of meiofauna. Limnology and Oceanography 20(3):472-473.

  107. Wilson G., Hessler R.R. 1974. Some unusual Paraselloidea (Isopoda, Asellota) from the deep benthos of the Atlantic. Crustaceana 27(1):47-67.n.fam.). Journal of Natural History 10:569-580.

 
Reports, Educational Documents and Thesis

 

  1. Wilson G. D. F. 2012. Key to the Genera of Phreatoicidea (Crustacea, Isopoda). In (ed. P. Suter) “Freshwater Taxonomy Workshop”, 6 pp., Latrobe University, Wodonga, Victoria, Australia.

  2. Fenwick G.D., Wilson G. D. F. , Sykes J. 2009. Distribution and conservation status of New Zealand epigean phreatoicid isopods. NIWA Report CHC2009-153, September 2009, 37 pp. National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research Ltd., Christchurch, New Zealand.

  3. Weston P.H., Wilson G. D. F. 2008. Topic 1: Some Fundamentals. In: "Systematics 301 Course Handbook", J. Bruhl, ed. 35 pp. (University of New England, Armidale)

  4. Wilson G. D. F. 2008. Animal practicals: 1 - Taxonomic specimens and characters; 2 - Scoring comparative data; 3 - Building a Data Matrix in Mesquite; 4 – PAUP; 5 - Mesquite. In: "Systematics 301 Residential School Laboratory Sessions", J. Bruhl, ed. 19 pp. (University of New England, Armidale)

  5. Wilson G. D. F. 2007. Antarctic Biodiversity: Previous "Insights" Overlooked, reply to Brandt et al., 2007. Unpublished.

  6. Wilson G. D. F. 2007. A period of consequences. Explore March-April 2007: 22-23, Australian Museum publication [Essay review of the Albert Gore movie: "An Inconvenient Truth"]

  7. Wilson G. D. F. 2006. Arafura Sea Biological Survey. Report on Benthic Fauna collected during RV Southern Surveyor Leg 05-2005 (28 April - 28 May 2005): Taxonomic Results, Australian Department of the Environment and Heritage–Marine Division Sydney, Australian Museum, 17 pp., appendices.

  8. Wilson G. D. F. 2006. Taxonomic Results. Arafura Sea Biological Survey, Report on Benthic Fauna collected during R/V Southern Surveyor Voyage 05-2005 (30 April - 28 May 2005), Department of the Environment and Heritage–Marine Division. Sydney; Australian Museum. 39 pp., appendix.

  9. Wilson G. D. F. 2006. Arafura Sea Biological Survey. Report on R/V Southern Surveyor Expedition 05/2005 28 April - 28 May 2005. Department of the Environment and Heritage–Marine Division. Sydney; Australian Museum. 73 pp., appendices.

  10. Wilson G. D. F. , Johnson R. T. and Keable S. J. 2004 (onwards) Isopoda: Species of Asellota. http://www-personal.usyd.edu.au/~buz/Asellota/asell-main.html. (Online descriptions of Australian Asellota)

  11. Keable S. J., Poore G. C. B., Wilson G. D. F. 2002 (onwards). Australian Isopoda: Families. Version: 2 October 2002. http://www.crustacea.net/crustace/isopoda/index.htm. (Interactive Identification and Description)

  12. Wilson G. D. F. 2003. Clean Slaters. Nature Australia, Autumn, p. 82 (Q & A).

  13. Edgecombe G. D. and Wilson G. D. F. 2000. Practical 5: Fossils. Pp. 144-148, in: J. Bruhl & G. D. F. Wilson (eds.) SYST 302 Systematics II Unit Handbook, 192 pp. Armidale: University of New England.

  14. Wilson G. D. F. 2000. Practical 3: Tree Evaluation. Pp. 130-135, in: J. Bruhl & G. D. F. Wilson (eds.) SYST 302 Systematics II Unit Handbook, 192 pp. Armidale: University of New England.

  15. Wilson G. D. F. 2000. Animal prac 5: MacClade. Residential School Laboratory Sessions—Animals. Pp. 127-133, in: J. Bruhl & G. D. F. Wilson (eds.) SYST 301 Systematics I Unit Handbook, 115 pp. Armidale: University of New England.

  16. Wilson G. D. F. 2000. Animal prac 4: PAUP. Residential School Laboratory Sessions—Animals. Pp. 124-126, in: J. Bruhl & G. D. F. Wilson (eds.) SYST 301 Systematics I Unit Handbook, 115pp. Armidale: University of New England.

  17. Wilson G. D. F. 2000. Animal prac 3: DELTA databasing. Residential School Laboratory Sessions—Animals. Pp. 118-123, in: J. Bruhl & G. D. F. Wilson (eds.) SYST 301 Systematics I Unit Handbook, 115pp. Armidale: University of New England.

  18. Wilson G. D. F. 2000. Animal prac 2: Scoring comparative data. Residential School Laboratory Sessions— Animals. Pp. 115-117, in: J. Bruhl & G. D. F. Wilson (eds.) SYST 301 Systematics I Unit Handbook, 115pp. Armidale: University of New England.

  19. Wilson G. D. F. 2000. Animal prac 1: Taxonomic practices, specimens and characters. Residential School Laboratory Sessions—Animals. Pp. 112-114, in: J. Bruhl & G. D. F. Wilson (eds.) SYST 301 Systematics I Unit Handbook, 115pp. Armidale: University of New England.

  20. Wilson G. D. F. 2000. Topic 8: Summary. Pp. 105-110, in: J. Bruhl & G. D. F. Wilson (eds.) SYST 302 Systematics II Unit Handbook, 192 pp. Armidale: University of New England.

  21. Jacobs S. and Wilson G. D. F. 2000. Topic 5: Hybridisation. Pp. 68-80, in: J. Bruhl & G. D. F. Wilson (eds.) SYST 302 Systematics II Unit Handbook, 192 pp. Armidale: University of New England.

  22. Faith D., Wilson G. D. F. 2000. Topic 2: Tree Evaluation. Pp. 40-52, in: J. Bruhl & G. D. F. Wilson (eds.) SYST 302 Systematics II Unit Handbook, 192 pp. Armidale: University of New England.

  23. Wilson G. D. F., Wilson P. 2000. Topic 9: Classification. Pp. 94-101, in: J. Bruhl & G. D. F. Wilson (eds.) SYST 301 Systematics I Unit Handbook, 115pp. Armidale: University of New England.

  24. Colgan D. J., Jacobs S., Wilson G. D. F. 2000. Topic 7: Data Sources for systematics. Pp. 74-82, in: J. Bruhl & G. D. F. Wilson (eds.) SYST 301 Systematics I Unit Handbook, 115pp. Armidale: University of New England.

  25. Bruhl J., Wilson G. D. F. 2000. Topic 6: Phylogenetic reconstruction: parsimony, tree testing and optimisation. Pp. 64-73, in J. Bruhl & G. D. F. Wilson (eds.) SYST 301 Systematics I Unit Handbook, 115 pp. Armidale: University of New England.

  26. Bruhl J., Wilson G. D. F. 2000. Topic 1. Introduction to systematics. Pp. 30-34 in J. Bruhl & G. D. F. Wilson (eds.) SYST 301 Systematics I Unit Handbook, 115 pp.

  27. Australian Museum Marine Invertebrates Section (G. D. F. Wilson, ed.). 1998. A Post-impact Monitoring Study of Benthic Fauna in Areas Dredged for the Third Parallel Runway in Botany Bay. Sydney: Australian Museum. 176 pp. (URL: http://www-personal.usyd.edu.au/~buz/eco.html )

  28. Australian Museum Marine Invertebrates Section (G. D. F. Wilson, project leader). 1995. Post Impact Monitoring Study in Subtidal Areas Dredged for the Third Runway in Botany Bay; Interim Report to the Federal Airports Corporation, September 1995. Sydney: Australian Museum, 45 pp.

  29. Australian Museum Marine Invertebrates Section (G. D. F. Wilson, project leader). 1994. Post Impact Monitoring Study in Subtidal Areas Dredged for the Third Runway in Botany Bay; Interim Report to the Federal Airports Corporation, November 1994. Sydney: Australian Museum, 155 pp.

  30. Australian Museum Marine Invertebrates Section (G. D. F. Wilson, project leader). 1994. Botany Bay Pilot Recolonisation Study: Final Report to the Federal Airports Corporation. Sydney: Australian Museum, 60 pp.

  31. Wilson G. D. F. 1993. Chapter 4, The Mobile Megabenthos. pp. 19-24, appendix 3. In: Australian Museum Biological Survey of Botany Bay: Phase I Final Report, by Australian Museum Marine Invertebrates Section (G. D. F. Wilson, project leader). Sydney: Australian Museum, 217 pp.

  32. Wilson G. D. F. 1992. Biological evaluation of a preservational reserve area ("BEPRA I"): Faunal data and comparative analysis. Prepared under National Oceanic Administration contract number 50-DSNC-9-00108. Sydney: Australian Museum. 60 pp.

  33. Wilson G. D. F. 1987-1991. Introduction to the PHYLIP Runtime System. Documentation on the use and installation of J. Felsenstein's PHYLIP version 3.4 for IBM PC's and compatibles, 6 pp.

  34. Wilson G. D. F. 1990. Biological evaluation of a preservational reserve area ("BEPRA I"): Cruise report and interim report on laboratory analysis. Cruise Report prepared under National Oceanic Administration contract number 50-DSNC-9-00108. Scripps Institution of Oceanography Reference 90-37, La Jolla, Calif., 34 pp.

  35. Wilson G. D. F. 1990. The biological impact of deep ocean manganese nodule mining - a review of current programs and future directions. Report on a Workshop held on July 6-7, 1989 at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography for the Ocean Minerals and Energy Office of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration under NOAA contract number 50-DSNC-9-00108. Scripps Institution of Oceanography Reference 90-26, La Jolla, Calif., 95 pp.

  36. Wilson G. D. F. 1990. R/V New Horizon cruise "Quagmire II": 23 April - 17 May, 1990. Cruise Report prepared under National Oceanic Administration contract number 50-DGNC-8-0013. Scripps Institution of Oceanography Reference 90-25, La Jolla, Calif., 43 pp.

  37. Wilson G. D. F. 1988. BOOTLOGN - A Manual. Version 2.4. Documentation for a programme that estimates a variety of standard diversity indices on species abundance data, and fits a normal curve to log transformed data to estimate the theoretical total species in the assemblage and other statistics.

  38. Wilson G. D. F. 1987. EXPSPP - A Manual. Version 3.1. Documentation for EXPSPP, a programme that estimates expected number of species from species abundance data, 4 pp.

  39. Wilson G. D. F. 1987. A response to Hurlbert's "The design, analysis, and conclusions of the ECHO 1 study: a critique. In: “Workshop on the effectiveness of numerical indices to detect the impact of manganese nodule mining in the deep sea,” E.D. Gallagher, Univ. Mass., Boston.

  40. Wilson G. D. F. 1987. Crustacean communities of the manganese nodule province. Report for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management (Ocean Minerals and Energy) on contract 40-AANC-701124. Scripps Institution of Oceanography, 44 pp.

  41. Wilson G. D. F., and Hessler R. 1987. The effects of manganese nodule test mining on the benthic fauna in the North Equatorial Pacific. In: "Environmental Effects of Deep-Sea Dredging," by F. N. Spiess, R. R. Hessler, G. D. F. Wilson, and M. Weydert, Final Report to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on contract NA83-SAC-00659, pp. 24-86. Scripps Institution of Oceanography Reference 87-5, La Jolla, Calif., 86 pp.

  42. Wilson G., Ragen T. 1985. Crustacea from DOMES site "A." In: "Determining Effects of Manganese Nodule Mining on Deep-Sea Benthic Communities: Planning and Evaluating a Controlled Impact Experiment," by G.L. Taghon, K.R. Hinga, E. Ozturgut, R.L. Greene, H.Caswell, J.R. Weinberg, E.D. Gallagher, G. D. F. Wilson, T.J. Ragen, K. Fitzhugh, K. Fauchald. Interim Report to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on contract NA-84-ABH-00030.

  43. Spiess F.N., Hessler R., Wilson G. D. F., Weydert M., Rude P. 1985. ECHO I Cruise Report. Scripps Institution of Oceanography Reference 84-3.

  44. Wilson G. 1985. The systematic position of the ilyarachnoid Eurycopidae (Crustacea, Isopoda, Asellota). Dissertation for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Marine Biology). Scripps Institution of Oceanography; University of California, San Diego. xxii, 403 pp.