Evolution in the dark: unifying our understanding of eye loss
Dr Lauren Sumner-Rooney: List of publications
The kingdom of the blind: disentangling fundamental drivers in the evolution of eye loss
Do chitons have a brain? New evidence for diversity and complexity in the polyplacophoran central nervous system
Whole-body photoreceptor networks are independent of 'lenses' in brittle stars.
Anatomy of Zetela alphonsi vilvens, 2002 casts doubt on its original placement based on conchological characters (Mollusca, solariellidae)
Lazarus in the museum: Resurrecting historic specimens through new technology
The scaphopod foot is ventral: more evidence from the anatomy of Rhabdus rectius (Carpenter, 1864) (Dentaliida: Rhabdidae)
Repeated eye reduction events reveal multiple pathways to degeneration in a family of marine snails.
Mollusca: Caudofoveata, Monoplacophora, Polyplacophora, Scaphopoda, Solenogastres
A neurophylogenetic approach provides new insight to the evolution of Scaphopoda.
Is the Schwabe Organ a Retained Larval Eye? Anatomical and Behavioural Studies of a Novel Sense Organ in Adult Leptochiton asellus (Mollusca, Polyplacophora) Indicate Links to Larval Photoreceptors.
Do chitons have a compass? Evidence for magnetic sensitivity in Polyplacophora
A new sensory organ in "primitive" molluscs (Polyplacophora: Lepidopleurida), and its context in the nervous system of chitons.
A test for mucus removal in the chiton Lepidochitona cinerea (Linnaeus, 1767) (Polyplacophora: Chitonida: Ischnochitonidae)