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2010
Bartlett MD, Briones MJI, Neilson R, Schmidt O, Spurgeon D, Creamer RE.  2010.  A critical review of current methods in earthworm ecology: From individuals to populations (Review). European Journal of Soil Biology. 46:67-73.
Nielson UN, Osler GHR, Campbell CD, Neilson R, Burslem DFRP, van der Wal R.  2010.  The enigma of soil animal species diversity revisited: the role of small-scale heterogeneity. PLoS One. 5:-e11567.
Duarte IM, De Almeida MTM, Brown DJF, Marques I, Neilson R, Decraemer W.  2010.  Phylogenetic relationships, based on SSU rDNA sequences, among the didelphic genera of the family Trichodoridae from Portugal. Nematology. 12:171-180.
2007
Riga E, Karanastasi E, Oliveira CMG, Neilson R.  2007.  Molecular identification of two stubby root nematode species. American Journal of Potato Research. 84:161-167. Abstract
2006
Boag B, Neilson R, Scrimgeour CM.  2006.  The effect of starvation on the planarian Arthurdendyus triangulatus (Tricladida: Terricola) as measured by stable isotopes. Biology and Fertility of Soils. 43:267-270. Abstract
Karanastasi E, Neilson R, Decraemer W.  2006.  First record of two trichodorid nematode species Paratrichodorus minor and Trichodorus sparsus (Nematoda: Trichodoridae Thorne 1935) from Greece. Annals of the Benaki Phytopathological Institute. 20:129-133.
Lazarova SS, Malloch G, Oliveira CMG, Hubschen J, Neilson R.  2006.  Ribosomal and mitochondrial DNA analyses of Xiphinema americanum-group populations. Journal of Nematology. 38:404-410. Abstract
Oliveira CMG, Ferraz LCCB, Neilson R.  2006.  Xiphinema krugi, species complex or complex of cryptic species? Journal of Nematology. 38:418-428. Abstract
2005

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