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2018
Leiva C., Riesgo A., Avila C., Rouse GW, Taboada S..  2018.  Population structure and phylogenetic relationships of a new shallow-water Antarctic phyllodocid annelid. Zoologica Scripta. 47:714-726.
Kerbl A., Vereide E.H, Gonzalez B.C, Rouse GW, Worsaae K..  2018.  Two new meiofaunal species of Trilobodrilus (Dinophilidae, Annelida) from California, USA. 421:1-18.
2017
Eilertsen M.H, Kongsrud J.A, Alvestad T., Stiller J, Rouse GW, Rapp H.T.  2017.  Do ampharetids take sedimented steps between vents and seeps? Phylogeny and habitat-use of Ampharetidae (Annelida, Terebelliformia) in chemosynthesis-based ecosystems Bmc Evolutionary Biology. 17
Alvarez-Cerrillo L.R, Valentich-Scott P., Newman W.A.  2017.  A remarkable infestation of epibionts and endobionts of an edible chiton (Polyplacophora: Chitonidae) from the Mexican tropical Pacific. Nautilus. 131:87-96.
Alvarez-Campos P., Giribet G., San Martin G, Rouse GW, Riesgo A..  2017.  Straightening the striped chaos: systematics and evolution of Trypanosyllis and the case of its pseudocryptic type species Trypanosyllis krohnii (Annelida, Syllidae). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 179:492-540.
2016
Tilic E., Bartolomaeus T., Rouse GW.  2016.  Chaetal type diversity increases during evolution of Eunicida (Annelida). Organisms Diversity & Evolution. 16:105-119.
Watson C., Carvajal J.I, Sergeeva N.G, Pleijel F, Rouse GW.  2016.  Free-living calamyzin chrysopetalids (Annelida) from methane seeps, anoxic basins, and whale falls. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 177:700-719.
Ulate K., Sanchez C., Sanchez-Rodriguez A., Alonso D, Aburto-Oropeza O, Huato-Soberanis L..  2016.  Latitudinal regionalization of epibenthic macroinvertebrate communities on rocky reefs in the Gulf of California. Marine Biology Research. 12:389-401.
2015
Shah D.U, Vollrath F., Stires J., Deheyn DD.  2015.  The biocomposite tube of a chaetopterid marine worm constructed with highly-controlled orientation of nanofilaments. Materials Science & Engineering C-Materials for Biological Applications. 48:408-415.
Rouse GW, Wilson NG, Worsaae K., Vrijenhoek RC.  2015.  A dwarf male reversal in bone-eating worms. Current Biology. 25:236-241.
Leslie MS.  2015.  Impacts of phylogenetic nomenclature on the efficacy of the US Endangered Species Act. Conservation Biology. 29:69-77.
Zhang Y.J, Rouse GW, Qiu J.W.  2015.  A new species of Mesochaetopterus (Annelida, Chaetopteridae) from Hong Kong, with comments on the phylogeny of the family. Zootaxa. 3974:495-506.
Borda E, Yanez-Rivera B., Ochoa G.M, Kudenov J.D, Sanchez-Ortiz C., Schulze A, Rouse GW.  2015.  Revamping Amphinomidae (Annelida: Amphinomida), with the inclusion of Notopygos. Zoologica Scripta. 44:324-333.
Summers M., Pleijel F, Rouse GW.  2015.  Whale falls, multiple colonisations of the deep, and the phylogeny of Hesionidae (Annelida). Invertebrate Systematics. 29:105-123.
2014
Shah D.U, Vollrath F., Porter D., Stires J., Deheyn DD.  2014.  Housing tubes from the marine worm Chaetopterus sp.: biomaterials with exceptionally broad thermomechanical properties. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 11
Helm C., Stevenson P.A, Rouse GW, Bleidorn C..  2014.  Immunohistochemical investigations of Myzostoma cirriferum and Mesomyzostoma cf. katoi (Myzostomida, Annelida) with implications for the evolution of the myzostomid body plan. Zoomorphology. 133:257-271.
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