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Nerivania Nunes Godeiro

Nerivania Nunes Godeiro
Shanghai Natural History Museum · Natural History Research Center

Ph.D.

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May 2019 - August 2021
Nanjing Agricultural University
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  • PostDoc Position
May 2019 - April 2021
Nanjing Agricultural University
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  • PostDoc Position
November 2015 - August 2016
University of Copenhagen
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  • PhD visitant

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Publications (26)
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The second species of Arrhopalites from China is described and illustrated and an identification key to the Asian species of the caecus group is presented. Arrhopalites brevicornis sp. nov. is the eleventh species of the caecus group recorded in Asia and it can be clearly differentiated by the unguiculus III with 2 internal teeth (0-1 in all other...
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Spinactaletes boneti mitochondrial genome was assembled and annotated. It has 14,766 bp in length, all 37 genes are present and the gene order is the same as the Pancrustacean ancestral gene order. Phylogenetic analyses based on maximum likelihood placed the species as a sister group of the remaining Entomobryomorpha, not closely related to the Iso...
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The first complete mitochondrial genome of the micro-whip-scorpion (Schizomus zhensis) was assembled from Illumina-based whole genome sequencing. The circular genome is 14,309 bp in length with 13 protein coding genes, 22 tRNA, 2 rRNAs, and a control region. The A þ T content of the mito-genome is 76.6%. Maximum likelihood phylogenetic analyses pla...
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Mitochondrial metagenomics (MMG) using Illumina sequencers for mixed-species samples provides a promising tool for evolutionary and ecological studies using mitogenomes. However, the traditional assembly procedure is still computationally intensive and expensive. Here, a novel MMG pipeline was applied to different DNA extractions, one per species,...
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Three novel mitogenomes of Entomobryoidea were assembled and annotated. Sequences final lengths were 14,683 bp for Alloscopus bannaensis, 14,884 bp for Sinhomidia bicolor, and 14,794 bp for Coecobrya sp., including 13 PCGs, 22 tRNA, and 2 rRNA genes. To confirm the morphological identifications, maximum likelihood and Bayesian analyses were perform...
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The superfamily Entomobryoidea has been the focus of molecular studies in recent years due to an intriguing divergence between morphological and genetic data. Recent studies based on mitogenomes have converged on a result that suggests the non-monophyly of Paronellidae and Entomobryidae. Here, we reanalyzed some of the raw published data and newly...
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Four new species of troglomorphic Coecobrya Yosii, 1956 are described from caves located in the central and northeastern regions of Thailand. Coecobrya whitteni sp. nov. and C. troglobia sp. nov. are from Khon Kaen province, C. ellisi sp. nov. is from Phetchabun province and C. phitsanulokensis sp. nov. is from Phitsanulok province. They all exhibi...
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Here, the first record of Seira dowlingi from Asia is reported and its newly generated mitogenome is compared with Neotropical specimens. Molecular analyses were performed based on low-coverage whole-genome sequencing and the complete mitogenome was assembled using NovoPlasty. Our results show that the Chinese specimens have the same color pattern,...
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Mitogenomes have been widely used as markers to reconstruct phylogenies of various groups of arthropods, but specifically for Collembola they have not been useful to resolve the relationships between some families, such as Paronellidae and Entomobryidae. Here, we present a phylogenetic study integrating previously published data and 20 new mitogeno...
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A new species of Seira from Koh Rong Sanloem Island, Cambodia, as well as its mitochondrial genome information, are herein described. Seira sanloemensis sp. nov. has a similar colour pattern compared to nine other species of Seira worldwide distributed, but the dorsal chaetotaxy is more similar to S. arunachala Mitra from India, S. camgiangensis Ng...
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Entomobrya Rondani, 1861 is one of the largest genera of springtails and the most diverse group of scaleless Entomobryoidea. Only 14 species of Entomobrya were recorded from Brazil so far. Herein we present two new Brazilian species of the genus. Entomobrya juneae sp. nov. can be diagnosed by antennae shorter or as long as the trunk; prelabral and...
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Seirinae is one of the most diverse subfamilies of Collembola. To date no detailed phylogeny of Seirinae has been proposed, which leads to difficulties in the understanding of evolutionary patterns regarding this taxon. The main aim of this study is to clarify the phylogenetic relationships within the Neotropical Seirinae, by generating and analysi...
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Seira dowlingi (Wray, 1953) is recorded for the first time in Peru and Brazil from five states, including Fernando de Noronha archipelago plus a new record from United States. These new records support that S. dowlingi has a wide distribution in Neotropical Region, and expanded to 34 the number of species of Seira Lubbock, 1870 found in Brazil. In...
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We herein present the first reliable record of Lepidosira from Neotropical Region. Lepidosira neotropicalis sp. n. from Brazil is described and illustrated in detail, including its complete mitochondrial genome. We perform a Bayesian phylogenetic analysis to place the new species within the Entomobryidae, and at the same time to test previous contr...
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Tyranonoseira is revised and new diagnostic characters to the genus and its species are proposed. The genus is now characterised by distinct chaetotaxic patterns of head, in lacking M2, S1, S4, S5 macrochaetae and Th II to Abd IV with 21–27, 7, 0, 3, 1 and 8–10 central macrochaetae, as well as anterior legs of males with modified chaetae. The five...
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Seirinae is one of the most diverse subfamilies of Collembola, and a considerable part of this diversity is comprised by Seira Lubbock, which currently gathers approximately 220 species. So far no internal phylogeny Seirinae was proposed, what leads to difficulties in the establishment of comparative knowledge, description of new taxa, and also the...
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The taxonomic comprehension of Brazilian entomobryids had several contributions during the last decade, but the absence of detailed chaetotaxic schemes to most of endemic species difficult identifications and probably hides undescribed spe-cies in surveys across the country. Herein we describe two new species of the family and provide detailed dors...
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Two new species, Seira coroatensis sp. nov. and Seira diamantinae sp. nov., from different areas of Caatinga Biome, Northeastern Brazil, are described and illustrated in this paper. Seira coroatensis sp. nov. share some similarities with Seira mendoncae Bellini & Zeppelini and Seira ritae Bellini & Zeppelini, but presents a very distinct pattern of...
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Three new species of Seira Lubbock, Seira jiboiensis sp.nov., Seira primaria sp. nov. and Seira harena sp.nov. from Neotropical Region are described and illustrated. All species were collected from humid areas of Caatinga Biogeographic Domain, northeastern Brazil. Seira jiboiensis sp.nov. shows some similarities with S. mendoncea Bellini & Zeppelin...
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A new species of Seira Lubbock, 1869 is described and illustrated. Seiraglabra sp. nov. is the second species described from the municipality of Areia (Caatinga biome) and the seventh from the state of Paraíba, Brazil. Compared with other species of the genus, Seira glabra sp. nov. has some remarkable reductions on dorsal chaetotaxy, specially on t...
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The diversity of Collembola across three forest types was compared on the basis of species richness, abundance and species turnover. The goal of this study was to identify patterns of diversity at local scale in each forest type sample and to compare it at the regional scale. Our results showed that samples taken from the Atlantic Forest had higher...
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A new species of Tyrannoseira Bellini & Zeppelini, 2011 (Entomobryidae) is described and illustrated. Specimens of T. diabolica sp. nov. were collected in Barreira do Inferno, state of Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil. This is the fourth described species in the genus. All males of Tyrannoseira have the femora of the first pair of legs enlarged and slen...

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This project aims to develop a phylogenetic study of the subfamily Seirinae based on mitogenomic data of Asian and American species, using the most advanced molecular methodologies, to finally propose theories about divergence and species dispersal. Until now, the only Seirinae phylogeny proposed was based on mitogenomes from Neotropical species, so the results of this project will be innovative for the group systematics. Also, a taxonomical review of the Asian Seirinae species will be made previous to the molecular experiments, it is of extreme importance since most species descriptions are dated from more than 30 years ago. We would like to connect with other soil fauna specialists in Asia to make collaborations, seeing that our lab is located in China, and due to the current travel restrictions, we are not able to travel abroad. Please send me a message if you would like to be our collaborator.
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The fauna of Neotropical Entomobryidae harbors up to the moment 11 endemic genera: Amazhomidia Cipola & Bellini, Americabrya Mari Mutt & Palacios-Vargas, Calx Christiansen, Dicranorchesella Mari Mutt, Mastigoceras Handschin, Metasinella Denis, Neorchesella Mari Mutt, Nothobrya Arlé, Pseudodicranocentrus Mari Mutt, Rhynchocyrtus Mendonça & Fernandes and Tyrannoseira Bellini & Zeppelini. However, many biomes still need to be explored, so the purpose of this study is to reveal the fauna of Neotropical Entomobryidae.