Institut für Evolution und Ökologie

Mario Schädel



Name Mario Schädel
Phone +49 7071 29 74653
Fax +49 7071 29 5634
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University Tuebingen
Faculty for Biology
Institute for Evolution and Ecology
Animal Evolutionary Ecology
Auf der Morgenstelle 28
D-72076 Tübingen


Schädel, M., Nagler, C. & Hyžný, M. (2022). Fossil Relatives of Extant Parasitic Crustaceans from the Mesozoic of Europe. Boletín de La Sociedad Geológica Mexicana 75(2), 1-57. HTML PDF

Schädel, M., Yavorskaya, M. I., Beutel R. G. (2022). The earliest beetle †Coleopsis archaica (Insecta: Coleoptera) – morphological re-evaluation using Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) and phylogenetic assessment. Arthropod Systematics & Phylogeny, 495-510. HTML PDF

Schädel, M., Hörnig, M. K., Hyžný, M., & Haug, J. T. (2021). Mass occurrence of small isopodan crustaceans in 100-million-year-old amber: an extraordinary view on behaviour of extinct organisms. PalZ, 1-17. HTML PDF

Schädel, M., Hyžný, M. & Haug, J. T. (2021). Ontogenetic development captured in amber - the first record of aquatic representatives of Isopoda in Cretaceous amber from Myanmar. Nauplius 29, e2021003. HTML PDF

Haug, J. T., Baranov, V., Schädel, M., Müller, P., Gröhn, C., & Haug, C. (2020). Challenges for understanding lacewings: how to deal with the incomplete data from extant and fossil larvae of Nevrorthidae?(Neuroptera). Fragmenta entomologica, 52(2), 137-168. PDF

Wang, H., Schädel, M., Sames, B. & Horne, D. J. (2020). New record of podocopid ostracods from Cretaceous amber. PeerJ 8, e10134. HTML PDF

Schädel, M. & Haug J. T. (2020). A new interpretation of the enigmatic fossil arthropod Anhelkocephalon handlirschi Bill, 1914 – important insights in the morphology of Cyclida. Palaeodiversity 13, 69–81. HTML PDF

Schädel, M., Van Eldijk, T., Winkelhorst, H., Reumer, J. W. F. & Haug, J. T. (2020). Triassic Isopoda – three new species from Central Europe shed light on the early diversity of the group. Bulletin of Geosciences 95(2).HTML PDF

Haug, J. T., Schädel, M., Baranov, V. A. & Haug, C. (2020). An unusual 100-million-year old holometabolan larva with a piercing mouthcone. PeerJ 8, e8661. PDF

Schädel, M., Müller, P. & Haug J. T. (2020). Two remarkable fossil insect larvae from Burmese amber suggest the presence of a terminal filum in the direct stem lineage of dragonflies and damselflies (Odonata). Rivista Italiana di Palaeontologia e Stratigrafia 126(1), 13-35. PDF

Baranov, V. A., Schädel, M. & Haug, J. T. (2019). Fly palaeo-evo-devo: immature stages of bibionomorphan dipterans in Baltic and Bitterfeld amber. PeerJ 7, e7843. PDF

Schädel, M., Perrichot, V. & Haug, J. T. (2019). Exceptionally preserved cryptoniscium larvae - morphological details of rare isopod crustaceans from French Cretaceous Vendean amber. Palaeontologia Electronica, 22.3.71, 1-45. HTML PDF

Braig, F., Haug, J. T., Schädel, M. & Haug, C. (2019). A new thylacocephalan crustacean from the Upper Jurassic lithographic limestones of southern Germany and the diversity of Thylacocephala. Palaeodiversity 12, 69–87. PDF

Schädel, M., Pazinato, P. G., van der Wal, S. & Haug, J. T. (2019). A fossil tanaidacean crustacean from the Middle Jurassic of southern Germany. Palaeodiversity 12, 13–30. PDF

Schädel, M. & Lechner, T. S. (2017). Two new dragonflies (Odonata: Anisoptera) from the Miocene of Carinthia (Austria). Zootaxa, 4243(1), 153-164. ResearchGate

Schädel, M. & Bechly, G. (2016). First record of Anisoptera (Insecta: Odonata) from mid- Cretaceous Burmese Amber. Zootaxa, 4103(6), 537-549. ResearchGate