Jana Hoffmann

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Full name
Jana Hoffmann
Username
HoffmannMfN
Curator level
Full Curator

Activity

3 objects curated
1 taxon curated
0 images set as exemplar
0 articles selected for Overview
0 preferred classifications selected

0 common names added
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0 common names curated

3 taxa commented
3 comments submitted
2 articles added
0 data records added

Curator qualifications

Credentials
staff member of Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin, Germany (scientific staff) and graduate student of the Humboldt-University of Berlin References: Hoffmann, J. & Lüter, C. (in press). Shell development in thecidellinine brachiopods with description of a new genus. Special Papers in Paleontology. Hoffmann, J., Klann, M., Matz, F. 2009. Recent thecideide brachiopods from the northern Great Barrier Reef, Australia (SW Pacific Ocean). Zoosystematics and Evolution 85 (2), 341-349. Hoffmann, J. and Lüter, C. 2009. Shell development, growth and sexual dimorphism in the Recent thecideide brachiopod Thecidellian meyeri sp. nov. from the Lesser Antilles, Caribbean. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom (JMBA), 89, 469-479. Lüter, C., Hoffmann, J., Logan, A. 2008. Cryptic speciation in the Recent thecideide brachiopod Thecidellina in the Atlantic and the Caribbean. Earth and Environmental Science Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 98, 405-413, 2008 (for 2007). Hoffmann, J. 2003. Redescription of Griffithius latipes (Griffiths, 1976) (Crustacea, Amphipoda, Phoxocephalidae) from the coast of Namibia. Org. Divers. Evol. 3: 307, Electr. Suppl., http://senckenberg.de/odes/03-18.htm 18: 1-16. Memberships Member and board member of the German Systematics Association (GfBS), spokesperson of the Young Systematists (JuSys) Germany Member of the Association of Marine Laboratories of the Caribbean (AMLC)
Curation scope
I specilized in tropical and subtropical brachiopods living in cryptic habitats such as representatives of the Thecideida (clade could not be found in the tree above), the genus Argyotheca and the genus Novocrania. However, I'm familiar with other Recent brachiopods as well working with one of the best collections of Recent brachiopods at the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, Germany.