CV & Publications

Tenellia gotlandica Photo Klas Malmberg

Home address: Von Holtens väg 69
SE-44332 Lerum
Office address: Gothenburg Natural History Museum
Box 7283, SE-402 35 Göteborg
Mobile: +46(0)705523489,
e-mail: kennet.lundin@vgregion.se

Civil status
Born in november 1964 in Karlskoga, Sweden.
Presently living in Lerum, outside Gothenburg.

Position
• 2003 – present: Senior curator at the Gothenburg Natural History Museum (GNM)
• 2011 – present: Associate professor (non-tenure) at the Dept. of Marine Sciences, Gothenburg University.

Collections
Principal investigator and coordinator of the museum´s work with marine invertebrates and parasitic worms.

Present projects
Red-list evaluation. BarCode project, principal author of National Key for Marine euthyneuran gastropods, co-author of National Key for pulmonate gastropods, reviewer for National Key for decapod crustaceans.

Exhibitions
Project leader and scientific advisor for six past exhibits at the museum, noteably marine invertebrates, Parasites under cover, Aqualiens - invasive aquatic species and joint cooperative project with Natural history museum and University in Cochabamba, Bolivia. Presently involved as scientific advisor in renewal of exhibits at the Gothenburg Natural History museum. Whale hall 2021, Fishes Human evolution 2022.


Teaching
Engaged in pedagogic activities at the museum, mainly concerning evolutionary theory and phylogenetics for students on gymnasial and university levels.

Research
Engaged in several research collaborations. Many international collaborators see publication list for recent work. Presently engaged in project of biodiversity of nudibranchs in Indonesia together with four Indonesian Universities.

Museum
Global museum network GoCAS. Local contact person for European networks CETAF and DiSSCO. Engaged in EU-funded TETTRIs project 2023-2024.


Previous positions
• 1984-1985 Atlas Copco, Örebro
• 1985-1989 Bofors AB, Karlskoga.
• 1989-1991 University studies at Lund and Gothenburg Universities.
• 1991-2000 Doctorate student, course asssistant and lecturer at the Gothenburg University.
• 2001-2003 Universeum science centre, Gothenburg, responsible for public information
in the Aquarium exhibits and as project leader for thematic exhibits.

Basal studies

4-year technical gymnasium 1980-1984.

University studies
• 1989-1991 Chemistry, Maths and Ecology, 40p, at Lund University.
• 1991-1993 Biology, 95p, at Gothenburg University.
• 1993-1999 Doctorate student at Gothenburg University, Zoology Inst., Dept. for Morphology and Systematics. Subject: “Morphology and systematics of the Nemertodermatida (Platyhelminthes)”.
• Doctorate courses, 52 p.: Evolutionary biology; Invertebrate morphology, ultrastructure and systematics; Meiofauna; Phylogenetic systematics; Molecular methods for phylogeny estimations; Methods for electron microskopy, Paleontology, Philosophy of science.
• 2000-2001 Didactics and Curriculum, 40p, at Gothenburg University, Dept. of education, communication and learning.
• 2009 “Science and belief”, 8p, at Gothenburg University, Dept. of literature, history of ideas and religion.
• 2016 “DNA barcoding – from theory to applications, 2,5p., ForBio course, The Swedish Taxonomy Initiative Research School in Systematics (STIRS).
Academic achievements
Ph. D. dissertation passed in May 1999 at the Dept. for Zoological morphology and Systematics,Gothenburg University.
Associate professor (Docent) in February 2011 at Gothenburg University.
Author and co-author of 32 peer-reviewed scientific papers, three books and many popular scientific articles.

Selected conferences and workshops
• 7th ISBT (International Symposium on the Biology of the Turbellaria),
Turku, Finland, june 1993.
• 8th ISBT, Brisbane, Australien, august 1996.
• Interrelationships of the Platyhelminthes, London, july 1999.
• 9th ISBT, Barcelona, Spain, july 2000.
• 1st International Aplacophoran Conference and workshop, Sweden, july 2002.
• 1st Scandinavian Network on Marine Biodiversity, Sweden okt 2004.
• 10th International flatworm conference, Innsbruck, july 2006.
• Marine meiofauna of Sweden, international workshop, Lovén center for marine sciences, Tjärnö, 2008.
• Marine macrofauna of Sweden, international workshop, Lovén center for marine sciences, Tjärnö, 2010.
• 2nd International Congress on Invertebrate Morphology, Boston USA, 2011.
• 12th ISBT, Stockholm, Sweden, 2012 (member of scientific board).
• 3rd International Congress on Invertebrate Morphology, Berlin, Germany, 2014.
• 1st National Norwegian symposium on Biodiversity and DNA barcoding, Trondheim, 2015.
• Flora och Faunavård, SLU, Uppsala, Sweden 2017
• CoCAS/ GU Biodiversity workshop, Gothenburg, 2017.
• BIOSYST2017 Gothenburg, Sweden, 2017.
• SLSA: OUT OF TIME, Arizona, USA, 2017.
• MARECOL 2018 Strömstad, Sweden, 2018.
• Systematikdagarna, Lund 2018.
• SLSA: GREEN, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2018.
• Systematikdagarna, Göteborg 2019.
• Systematikdagarna, Stockholm 2022.

Opponent and examination board assignments
• Primary opponent for several Master theses in 1998 and 1999, Zoology Inst., Gothenburg University.
• Primary faculty opponent for doctoral dissertation, defendant Olga Raikova, at Åbo Academy University, Finland, 2004. Title: Neuroanatomy of basal bilaterian (Xenoturbellida, Nemertodermatida, Acoela) and its phylogenetic implications.
• Primary faculty opponent for doctoral dissertation, defendant Yonas Tekle, at EBC, Uppsala University, 2006. Title: Phylogeny and taxonomy of Childia (Acoela).
• Member of examination board for doctoral dissertation, defendant Lisa Matamoros, Dept. of Biological and Environmental Sciences; Gothenburg University, 2011. Title: Systematics of Marionina (Annelida: Clitellata: Enchytraeidae).
• Member of examination board for doctoral dissertation, defendant Daniel Gustafsson, Dept. of Biological and Environmental Sciences, Gothenburg University, 2012. Title: Tales of the flying Earth: The effect of host flyways on the phylogeny of shorebird lice (Phthiraptera: Ischnocera).
• Member of examination board for doctoral dissertation, defendant Erika Norlinder, Dept. of Biological and Environmental Sciences, Gothenburg University, 2013. Title: Scale-worm systematics (Annelida, Polychaeta).
• Chairman of examination board for licenciate seminar, defendant Inga Meyer-Wachsmuth, National museum of natural history, Stockholm, 2013. Title: Through the magnifying glass – the big small world of marine meiofauna. Morphology, species and evolution in Nemertodermatida.
• Primary faculty opponent for doctoral dissertation, defendant Arom Mucharin, Aarhus University, Denmark, 2015. Title: Apodida (Echinodermata: Holothuroidea) of Thailand.
• Member of examination board for doctoral dissertation, defendant Susanna Strömberg, Dept. of Marine Sciences, Gothenburg University, 2016. Title: Early life history of the cold-water coral Lophelia pertusa – with implications for dispersal.
• Member of examination board for doctoral dissertation, defendant Svante Martinsson, Dept. of Biological and Environmental Sciences, Gothenburg University, 2016. Title: Exploring the species boundaries in terrestrial clitellates (Annelida: Clitellata).
• Opponent for Arturo Munoz, doctoral dissertation, Gent University, Belgium, 2018. Title: Foraging strategies and ecology of Titicaca water frog (Telmatobius culeus).
• Member of examination board for doctoral dissertation, defendant Jonna Eriksson, Dept. of Biological and Environmental Sciences, Gothenburg University, 2019. Title: Polyploid phylogenetics in plants: Insights on non-model organisms in Fabaceae and Malvaceae.
• Member of examination board for doctoral dissertation, defendant Rachel Pereira, EBC, Uppsala University, 28 october 2022. Title: In murky water.s. Swedish demosponges and their genealogies.

Membership in scientific societies and boards
2004 – present, member of the expert group for red-list evaluation of marine invertebrates for the Swedish Species Information Centre.
2008-2010, board member of the Swedish Systematics Association.
2011 – present, member of reference specialist board on invasive marine species for the Swedish environmental protection agency.
2014-present, member of the editorial board for the Swedish popular science journal “Fauna och Flora”.

2017 – present: Member of steering board of the Gothenburg Global Biodiversity Centre (GGBC).

Project management and leadership
Project manager for three large exhibitions and several smaller at GNM.
Didactic leader and exhibition project manager at Universeum Science Centre.
Part of conference planning group for the ”Systematics days” in Gothenburg at four occasions.


Teaching merits
Awarded best lecturer at the National Flora och Faunavård conference in Uppsala april 2018, arranged by the Swedish Species Information Centre.
Lecturer yearly for courses at Gothenburg University and Stockholm University.
Lecturer for visiting university courses at the museum since 2003. Gothenburg, Uppsala, Stockholm, Lund Universities, for example Marine biodiversity Uppsala University, every year in May since 2008.


Publications
Scientific articles in peer-reviewed journals
1. Lundin, K. & Hendelberg, J. 1995. Ultrastructure of the epidermis of Meara stichopi (Platyhelminthes, Nemertodermatida) and associated extraepidermal bacteria. Hydrobiologia 305: 161-165.
2. Lundin, K. & Hendelberg, J. 1996. Degenerating bodies (“pulsatile bodies”) in the epidermis of Meara stichopi (Platyhelminthes, Nemertodermatida). Zoomorphology 116:1-5.
3. Lundin, K. 1997. Comparative ultrastructure of epidermal ciliary rootlets and associated structures in species of the Nemertodermatida and Acoela (Plathelminthes). Zoomorphology 117: 81-92.
4. Lundin, K. 1998. Symbiotic bacteria on species of the Nemertodermatida (Platyhelminthes). Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 79(3): 187-191.
5. Lundin, K. 1998. The ciliary rootlets of Xenoturbella bocki revisited: new support for a possible kinship with the Acoelomorpha (Platyhelminthes). Zoologica Scripta 27(3): 263-270.
6. Lundin, K. & Hendelberg, J. 1998. Is the sperm type of the Nemertodermatida (Platyhelminthes) close to that of the ancestral Platyhelminthes? Hydrobiologia 383: 197-205.
7. Lundin, K. & Schander, C. 1999. Ultrastructure of gill cilia and ciliary rootlets of Chaetoderma nitidulum Lovén, 1844 (Mollusca, Chaetodermomorpha). Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 80: 185-191.
8. Lundin, K. & Sterrer, W. 2001. The Nemertodermatida. In: Littlewood, D. T. J. & Bray, R. A. (eds), Interrelationships of the Platyhelminthes, pp. 24-27. Taylor & Francis, London
9. Lundin, K. 2001. Degenerating epidermal cells in Xenoturbella (phylum uncertain), Nemertodermatida and Acoela (Platyhelminthes). Belgian Journal of Zoology 131(1): 153-157.
10. Lundin, K. & Schander, C. 2001. Ciliary ultrastructure of neomeniomorphs (Mollusca, Aplacophora). Invertebrate Biology 120(4): 342-349.
11. Lundin, K. & Schander, C. 2001. Ciliary ultrastructure of protobranchs (Mollusca, Bivalvia). Invertebrate Biology 120(4): 350-357.
12. Lundin, K. & Schander, C. 2001. Ciliary ultrastructure of polyplacophorans (Mollusca, Amphineura, Polyplacophora). Journal of Submicroscopic Cytology and Pathology 33: 93-98.
13. Lundin, K. & Schander, C. 2003. Epidermal ciliary ultrastructure of adult and larval sipunculids (Sipunculida). Acta zoologica 84(2): 113-119.
14. Lundin, K., Schander, C. & Todt, C. 2008. Ultrastructure of epidermal cilia and ciliary rootlets of the Scaphopoda. Journal of Molluscan studies 75(1):69-73.
15. Drotz, M.K., Bergren, M., Lundberg, S., Lundin, K. & von Proschwitz, T. 2010. Invasion routes, current and historical distribution of the Chinese mitten crab (Eriocheir sinensis H. Milne Edwards, 1853) in Sweden. Aquatic Invasions 5: 387–396.
16. Nakano, H., Lundin, K., Bourlat, S.J.s, Telford, M.J., Funch, P., Nyengaard, J.R., Obst, M. & Thorndyke, M.C. 2013. Xenoturbella bocki has direct development with similarities to Acoelomorpha.
Nature Communications, vol.4, Article1537, doi: 10.1038/ncomms2556
17. Obst, M., Vicario, S., Lundin, K., Berggren, M., Karlsson, A., Haines, R., Williams, A., Goble, C., Mathew, C. & Güntsch, A. 2017. Marine long-term biodiversity assessment suggests loss of rare species in the Skagerrak and Kattegat region. Marine Biodiversity, doi: 10.1007/s12526-017-0749-5
18. Korshunova, T., Martynov, A., Bakken, T., Evertsen, J., Fletcher, K., Mudianta, I W., Saito, H., Lundin, K., Schrödl, M. & Picton, B. 2017. Polyphyly of the traditional family Flabellinidae affects a major group of Nudibranchia (Mollusca, Gastropoda): aeolidacean taxonomic reassessment with description of several new families, genera and species. ZooKeys 717: 1–139. doi: 10.3897/zookeys.717.21885
19. Korshunova, T., Martynov, A., Bakken, T., Evertsen, J., Fletcher, K., Mudianta, I W., Saito, H., Lundin, K., Schrödl, M. & Picton, B. 2017. Corrigenda: Polyphyly of the traditional family Flabellinidae affects a major group of Nudibranchia: aeolidacean taxonomic reassessment with descriptions of several new families, genera, and species (Mollusca, Gastropoda). ZooKeys 725: 139–141 (2017). doi: 10.3897/zookeys.725.23022.
20. Lundin, K., Korshunova, T., Malmberg, K. & Martynov, A. 2017. Intersections of historical museum collections and modern systematic methods: the case of a relict population of the Arctic nudibranch Dendronotus velifer G.O. Sars 1878 in a Swedish fjord. Contributions to Zoology, 86 (4) 303-318.
21. Korshunova, T., Lundin, K., Malmberg, K., Picton, B. & Martynov, A. 2018. First true brackish-water nudibranch mollusc provides new insights for phylogeny and biogeography and reveals paedomorphosis-driven evolution. PLoS ONE 13(3): e0192177. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0192177
22. Korshunova, T., Fletcher, K., Lundin, K., Schrödl, M., Picton, B. & Martynov, A. 2018. The genus Zelentia is an amphi-boreal taxon expanded to include three new species from the North Pacific and Atlantic oceans (Gastropoda: Nudibranchia: Trinchesiidae). Zootaxa 4482 (2): 297-321. https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4482.2.4
23. Buckland-Nicks, J., Lundin, K.& Wallberg, A. 2018. The sperm of Xenacoelomorpha revisited: implications for the evolution of early bilaterians. Zoomorphology 138(1): 13-27. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00435-108-0425-8
24. Martynov, A., Mehrotra, R., Chavanich, S., Nakano, R., Kashio, S., Lundin, K., Picton, B., Korshunova, T. 2019. The extraordinary genus Myja is not a tergipedid but related to the Facelinidae s. str. with the addition of two new species from Japan (Mollusca, Nudibranchia). ZooKeys 818: 89-116
25. https://doi: 10.3897/zookeys.818.30477
26. Korshunova, T., Mehrotra, R., Arnold, S. Lundin, K., Picton, B., Martynov, A. 2019. The formerly enigmatic Unidentiidae in the limelight again: a new species of the genus Unidentia from Thailand (Gastropoda: Nudibranchia). Zootaxa, 4551(5): 556-570. http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4551.5.4
27. Korshunova, T., Picton, B., Furfaro, G., Mariottini, P., Pontes, M., Prkić, J., Fletcher, K., Malmberg, K., Lundin, K, Martynov, A. 2019. Multilevel fine-scale diversity challenges the ‘cryptic species’ concept. Scientific Reports (2019) 9:6732. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-42297-5
28. Bakker, F.T., Antonelli, A., Clarke, J.A., Cook, J.A., Edwards, S.V., Ericson, P.G.P., Faurby, S., Ferrand, N., Gelang, M., Gillespie, R.G., Irestedt, M., Lundin, K., Larsson, E., Matos-Maraví, P., Müller, J., von Proschwitz, T., Roderick, G.K., Schliep, A., Wahlberg, N., Wiedenhoeft, J., Källersjö, M. 2020. The Global Museum: natural history collections and the future of evolutionary science and public education. PeerJ (2020) 8:e8225. https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.8225
29. Korshunova, T, Fletcher, K., Picton, B., Lundin, K., Kashio, S., Sanamyan, K., Sanamyan, N., Padula, V., Shrödl, M., Martynov, A. 2020. Emperor’s Cadlina, hidden diversity, and the gill cavity evolution: new insights for the taxonomy and phylogeny of the dorid nudibranchs (Mollusca: Gastropoda).  Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society zlz126:1-66. https://doi.org/10.1093/zoolinnean/zlz126
30. Martynov, A., Lundin, K., Picton, B., Fletcher, K., Malmberg, K., Korshunova, T. 2020. Multiple paedomorphic lineages of soft-substrate burrowing invertebrates: parallels for the origin of Xenocratena and Xenoturbella. PLoS ONE 15(1): e02271s73. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0227173
31. Korshunova, T., Malmberg, K., Prkić, J., Petani, A., Fletcher, K., Lundin, K., Martynov, A. 2020. Fine-scale species delimitation: speciation in process and periodic patterns in nudibranch diversity. ZooKeys 917:15-50. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.917.47444
32. Korshunova, T.; Bakken, T.; Grøtan, V. V.; Johnson, K. B.; Lundin, K.; Martynov, A. 2020. A synoptic review of the family Dendronotidae (Mollusca: Nudibranchia): a multilevel organismal diversity approach. Contributions to Zoology 90(1): 93-153. https://doi.org/10.1163/18759866-bja10014
33. Korshunova T.A., Sanamyan N.P., Sanamyan K.E., Bakken T., Lundin K., Fletcher K., Martynov A.V. 2020. Biodiversity hotspot in cold waters: a review of the genus Cuthonella with descriptions of seven new species (Mollusca, Nudibranchia). Contributions to Zoology 90(2): 216-283. https://doi.org/10.1163/18759866-BJA10017
34. Martinsson S., Malmberg K., Bakken T., Korshunova T., Martynov A., Lundin K. 2021. Species delimitation and phylogeny of Doto (Nudibranchia: Dotidae) from the Northeast Atlantic, with a discussion on food specialization. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 2021;59:1754–1774. https://doi.org/10.1111/jzs.12561
35. Polovodova, I, Kankainen, M, Nordberg, K, Lundin, K. 2022. Too old to be new? A recent discovery of a pteropod Limacina lesueurii (d'Orbigny 1836) at the Swedish west coast (Skagerrak, North Sea). Marine Microbiology, 171, 2022. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marmicro.2021.102083
36. Martynov A.V., Lundin K., Korshunova T.A. 2022. Ontogeny, phylotypic periods, paedomorphosis and ontogenetic systematics. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 10. https://doi.org/10.10.3389/fevo.2022.806414.
37. Korshunova, T.A., Lundin, K., Malmberg, K., Martynov, A. 2022. Narrowly defined taxa on a global scale: the phylogeny and taxonomy of the genera Catriona and Tenellia (Nudibranchia, Trinchesiidae) favours fine-scale taxonomic differentiation and dissolution of the “lumpers & splitters” dilemma. Evolutionary applications 2022. https://doi.org/10.1111/eva.13468

38. Osvatic, J.T., Yuen, B., Kunert, M. Wilkins, L., Hausmann, B., Girguis, P., Lundin, K., Taylor, J., Jospin, G., Petersen, J. 2023. Gene loss and symbiont switching during adaptation to the deep sea in a globally distributed symbiosis. ISME J (2023). 

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Conference abstracts
1. Lundin, K. & Hendelberg, J. 1993. Ultrastructure of the epidermis of Meara stichopi (Platyhelminthes, Nemertodermatida) with remarks on associated extraepidermal bacteria. 7:th International symposium on the biology of the Turbellaria, 44. Åbo Akademi University.
2. Smith, J. P. S.,Tyler, S., Boatwright, D. & Lundin, K. 1993. Rhabditelike secretions in Acoelomorpha: Evidence for monophyly? American Zoologist 33 (5):113.
3. Lundin, K. & Hendelberg, J. 1996. Is the sperm type of Meara stichopi (Platyhelminthes, Nemertodermatida) close to that of the ancestral Platyhelminthes? 8:th International symposium on the biology of the Turbellaria, 35. Queensland Museum.
4. Lundin, K. 1999. Emended morphology-based cladistic analysis of the Nemertodermatida. Interrelationships of the Platyhelminthes Symposium, 26. The Linnean Society of London.
5. Lundin, K. 2000. Degenerating epidermal bodies in the Nemertodermatida, Acoela and Xenoturbella. Clues to the flatworms as progenetic coelomates? 9:th International symposium on the biology of the Turbellaria, 1-2. Universitat de Barcelona.
6. Lundin, K. 2002.  Ciliary structures of the Aplacophora. 1:st International Aplacophoran Conference, Kristineberg marine research centre, Sweden.
7. Obst, M., Lundin, K. & Nakano, H. 2011. Larval morphology of Xenoturbella. 2nd International Congress on Invertebrate morphology. Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, Cambridge, USA
8. Nakano, H. Lundin, K., Bourlat, S.J., Telford, M.J., Funch, P., Nyengaard, J.R., Obst, M., & Thorndyke, M.C.  2012. The non-brooded direct development of Xenoturbella bocki (Xenacoelomorpha). New clues to the origins of the deuterostome or bilaterian body plan. 12th International Symposium on Flatworm Biology, Stockholm.
9. Lundin, K., Korshunova, K., Martynov, A. & Malmberg, K. 2017. Crossroads of historical museum collections and modern systematic methods: the case of a relict population of the Arctic nudibranch Dendronotus velifer G.O. Sars 1878 in a Swedish fiord. BIOSYST EU 2017, Gothenburg.
10. Kongsrud, J.-A. Kongshavn, K., Lundin, K. & Ekrem, T. 2017 Building a comprehensive barcode reference library of the Norwegian Echinodermata through NorBOL - an ongoing effort. IBOL 2017
11. Blixt, K., Lundin, K. Laslo, F. Carlgren P. 2017. Time and the Vampire squid. Society for literature, arts and Science 2017, Arizona. Abstract
12. Kongsrud, J.-A. Kongshavn, K., Lundin, K., Ekrem, T. 2017 Building a comprehensive barcode reference library of the Norwegian Echinodermata through NorBOL - an ongoing effort. IBOL 2017, Johannesburg, South Africa
13. Fröydi, L., Lundin, K, Blixt, K. Carlgren, P. 2017. Time and the Vampire squid. Abstract. SLSA Out of time, Tempe, Arizona 2017
14. Korshunova, T., Lundin, K., Malmberg, K., Picton, B. & Martynov, A. 2018. Paedomorphosis-driven speciation in brackish-water living nudibranch molluscs. Marine Evolution 2018, Strömstad.
15. Fröydi, L., Lundin, K, Blixt, K. & Carlgren, P.  2018. Flusser in the abyss. Panel: Green Flusser. Abstract. SLSA Green, Köpenhamn, Danmark 2018
16. Willassen, E. Kongshavn, K., Alvestad, T., Kongsrud, J., Byrkjedal, I. & Lundin, K. 2019.
DNA Barcoding marine fauna with NorBOL – Current status. IBOL 2019, Trondheim, Norge
18.Willassen, E. Kongshavn, K., Alvestad, T., Kongsrud, J., Bakken, T., Rapp, H.T. & Lundin, K. 2019. DNA Barcodes to Nordic Echinodermata. IBOL 2019, Trondheim, Norge
19. Proschwitz, T., Lundin, K., Roth, J., Bjelke, U. 2022. A new illustrated fauna for the Swedish species of Eupulmonata, Hygrophila and Pylopulmonata. – Spixiana Supplement 30A [Abstracts, World Congress of Malacology, Munich 2022]: 191.

20. De Nolf, M, Meeus S, Fichtmueller D, Lundin K, Tilley L, Groom Q 2023. European taxonomists in profile: a data-driven approach. Biodiversity Information Science and Standards 7: e111534. https://doi.org/10.3897/biss.7.111534


Thesis
Lundin, K. 1999. Morphology and phylogeny of the Nemertodermatida (Platyhelminthes).
55 pp + 7 articles. Göteborg University, Zoology Inst.
Diploma thesis in Didactics [In swedish]
Grudemo, J. & Lundin, K. 2001. Does the teaching in evolution evolve? – an evaluation of teacher courses, textbooks and teachers. 30 pp. Göteborg University, Inst. for didactics and curriculum research. Didactics and curriculum in practice 40p.


Books
1. Holmberg, A., Lundin, K., Nilson, G. & Strömberg, A. 2007. Hem till paddorna på Hamneskär (Home to the toads at Hamneskär). In: Pater Noster, ed. V. Overland. pp. 227-235. Bohusläns Museum Förlag.
2. Lundin, K. 2008.  L.A. Jägerskiöld – naturforskare med stor betydelse än idag. In: Bohuslän. Människor att minnas. Bohuslän Museum Yearbook 2008, pp.79-86.
3. Lundin, K. 2009.  En djupdykning bland salta läckerbitar. Bohuslän Museum årsbok, pp.76-92.
4. Lundin, K. 2022. Sjömat – den ätbara mångfalden i havet. Ekström & Garay, 152 pp.
5. Lundin, K., Malmberg, K. & Pleijel, F. 2020. Nationalnyckeln till Sveriges Flora och Fauna. Blötdjur: Sidopalpssnäckor–taggsäcksnäckor. The Encyclopedia to the Swedish Flora and Fauna. Mollusca: Cimidae–Asperspinidae. [In Swedish with keys in english]. SLU ArtDatabanken, Uppsala. 352 pp.
6. Malmberg, K. & Lundin, K. 2015. Svenska Nakensnäckor. Waterglobe, Halmstad 128 pp.

7. Proschwitz, T.v,, Roth, J.. Lundin, K. 2023. Nationalnyckeln till Sveriges Flora och Fauna. Blötdjur: Snyltsnäckor–skivsnäckor. Mollusca: Pyramidellidae-Planorbidae. The Encyclopedia to the Swedish Flora and Fauna. Mollusca: Pyramidellidae-Planorbidae. [In Swedish with keys in english]. SLU ArtDatabanken, Uppsala. 528 pp. SLU ArtDatabanken, Uppsala.


Chapters in the yearbook of the Gothenburg Natural History Museum
Lundin, K. 2004. Faunistic news 2003 – marine invertebrates. Gothenburg Natural History Museum, Yearly report 2004. [with english summary].
Lundin, K. 2005. Faunistic news 2004 – marine invertebrates. Gothenburg Natural History Museum, Yearly report 2005. [with english summary].
Lundin, K., Karlsson, A., Andréasson, E. & Högström Azurduy, C.  2006. Faunistic news 2005 – marine invertebrates. Gothenburg Natural History Museum, Yearly report 2006. [with english summary].
Lundin, K., Andréasson, E. & Karlsson, A. 2007. Faunistic news 2006 – marine invertebrates. Gothenburg Natural History Museum, Yearly report 2007. [with english summary].
Lundin, K., Andréasson, E. & Karlsson, A. 2008. Faunistic news 2007 – marine invertebrates. Gothenburg Natural History Museum, Yearly report 2008. [with english summary].
Lundin, K., Karlsson, A., Möller, P. Azurduy Högström, C & Andréasson, E. 2009. Faunistic news 2008 – marine invertebrates. Gothenburg Natural History Museum, Yearly report 2009. [with english summary].
Lundin, K., Möller, P. & Azurduy Högström, C. 2010. Faunistic news 2009 – marine invertebrates. Gothenburg Natural History Museum, Yearly report 2010. [with english summary].
Lundin, K. & Azurduy Högström, C. 2011. Faunistic news 2010 – marine invertebrates. Gothenburg Natural History Museum, Yearly report 2011. [with english summary].
Lundin, K. & Azurduy Högström, C. 2012. Faunistic news 2011 – marine invertebrates. Gothenburg Natural History Museum, Yearly report 2012. [with english summary].
Lundin, K. & Azurduy Högström, C. 2013. Faunistic news 2012 – marine invertebrates. Gothenburg Natural History Museum, Yearly report 2013. [with english summary].
Lundin, K. & Azurduy Högström, C. 2014. Faunistic news 2013 – marine invertebrates. Gothenburg Natural History Museum, Yearly report 2014. [with english summary].
Lundin, K. & Azurduy Högström, C. 2015. Faunistic news 2014 – marine invertebrates. Gothenburg Natural History Museum, Yearly report 2015. [with english summary].
Lundin, K. & Azurduy Högström, C. 2016. Faunistic news 2015 – marine invertebrates. Gothenburg Natural History Museum, Yearly report 2016. [with english summary].
Lundin, K. & Azurduy Högström, C. 2017. Faunistic news 2016 – marine invertebrates. Gothenburg Natural History Museum, Yearly report 2017. [with english summary].
Lundin, K. & Azurduy Högström, C. 2018. Faunistic news 2017 – marine invertebrates. Gothenburg Natural History Museum, Yearly report 2018. [with english summary].
Lundin, K. & Azurduy Högström, C. 2019. Faunistic news 2018 – marine invertebrates. Gothenburg Natural History Museum, Yearly report 2019. [with english summary].
Lundin, K. 2020. Faunistic news 2019 – marine invertebrates. Gothenburg Natural History Museum, Yearly report 2020. [with english summary].
Lundin, K. 2021. Faunistic news 2020 – marine invertebrates. Gothenburg Natural History Museum, Yearly report 2020. [with english summary].
Lundin, K. 2022. Faunistic news 2021 – marine invertebrates. Gothenburg Natural History Museum, Yearly report 2020. [with english summary].

Lundin, K. 2023. Faunistic news 2022 – marine invertebrates. Gothenburg Natural History Museum, Yearly report 2020. [with english summary].


Selected popular science articles [In swedish]
Lundin, K. 1995. Amphibians in Lerum. Snoken 25 (1): 10-17. [with english summary]
Lundin, K. 1995. Newts – threatened swedish dragons. Fauna och Flora 90 (2): 30-35.
Lundin, K. 1995. African diversity – hypotheses of species differentiation on cichlid fishes in the East african lakes. Akvariet 4 (1995): 100-107.
Lundin. K. 1997. Heron Island – life around a coral island at the Great barrier reef. Akvariet 1 (1997): 24-29.
Hagström, T. & Lundin, K. 1999. The remarcable crested newts in Lerum – about enforced change in spawning locality and changed habits. Göteborg Natural History Museum, Yearly report 1999:
45-49. [with english summary]
Lundin, K. 2000. Xenoturbella – a contradictory animal. Fauna & Flora 95(1):44-48.
Lundin, K. 2003. Giant cephalopods in Sweden. Fauna & Flora 98:3.
Lundin, K. 2003. Anonymous species among the Swedish katydids. Aromia 3.
Lundin, K. 2004. New findings of giant octopus in Skagerrak. Fauna & Flora 99:1.
Schander C. & Lundin, K. 2004.  Xenoturbella – the worm that turned into a mussel that turned into a close relative. Fauna & Flora 99:1.
Lundin, K. & Schander, C. 2004. Acoels and nemertodermatids – from odd flatworms to the first bilaterally symmetrical animals. Fauna & Flora 99:2. [with english summary]
Johannesson, T. and Lundin. K. 2005. The fish auction – a source for observations of unusal species of the marine fauna on the Swedish west coast. Fauna & Flora 100:1
Lundin, K., Aneer, G., Berggren, M., Drotz, M., Filipsson, O., Lundberg, S., von Proschwitz, T. & Svensson, J.-E. 2007. The Chinese Mitten crab – a progressive species in Sweden. Fauna & Flora 102:3.
Drotz, M., Lundin, K., Aneer, G., Berggren, M., Filipsson, O., Lundberg, & von Proschwitz, T. 2010.  The Chinese mitten crab – a never ending story. Fauna & Flora 105:3.
Lundin, K. & Malmberg, K. 2012.  Havsanemoner – om nya och sällan sedda arter vid Svenska västkusten. Fauna & Flora 107(4):4-8.
Lundin, K. & Malmberg, K. 2013.  Nakensnäckor – fyra nya arter av ”havets divor” påträffade i Sverige. Fauna & Flora 108(1):14-20.
Lundin, K. & Obst, M. 2013.  Paradoxmasken håller ställningen som vår anfader. Fauna & Flora 108(1):42-43.
Lundin, K. & Malmberg, K. 2014.  Höstprakt i nudingland. Fauna & Flora 109(3):22-26.
Lundin, K. & Malmberg, K. 2016.  Nya fynd av nakensnäckor vid svenska västkusten. Fauna & Flora 111(2):11-13.
Lundin, K. & Malmberg, K. 2016.  Vitfläcksjöpung Molgula oculata – ny art för Sverige. Fauna & Flora 111(3):11.
Lundin, K., Malmberg, K., Martinsson, S. & Picton, B. 2017. Ny snigelkott på västkusten. Fauna & Flora 112 (3): 18-19.
Lundin, K. & Obst, M. 2017 Om förlust av marin biodiversitet Fauna & Flora 112 (4).
Lundin, K. & Malmberg, K. 2018.  Nytt om nakensnäckor och andra marina bakgälade snäckor. Fauna & Flora 113(3):10-15.

Lundin, K. & Malmberg, K. 2023. Ny art av nakensnäcka från Östersjön. Fauna & Flora 118(1):xx.


Selected survey reports [In swedish]
Lundin, K. 1994. Pond survey in the municipality of Lerum. Flora and fauna of small waters in the agricultural landscape, with emphasis on threatened amphibians. The Swedish Nature Conservation Society. 50 pp.
Lundberg, S, Erséus, E & Lundin, K. 1998. Bentic invertebrates in the Säveå river. The Swedish National Museum of Natural History.
Lundin, K. 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004. Crested newts in the Buskadammen pond, Floda. The Swedish National Road Administration.
Lundin, K. 2003. Bentic fauna in the Osbäcken stream. Naturcentrum AB.
Lundin, K. 2004. Meiofauna in blue mussel beds at Vannarna, Tjärnö. Report to Marine ecology Dept., Stockholm University.
Lundin, K. 2004. Amphibians in ponds near E20 highway, Alingsås. Ramböll consultants agency.
Lundin, K. 2005.  Bentic fauna in Grönån (Älvängen). Naturcentrum AB.
Lundin, K. 2006. Bentic fauna in Ätran (Ulricehamn). Naturcentrum AB.
Lundin, K. 2006. Bentic fauna in the Wendelsberg parc area. Naturcentrum AB.
Lundin, K. 2007. Bentic fauna in Nissan & Ätran (Falkenberg). Naturcentrum AB.
Lundin, K. 2008. Bentic fauna in Hovaån & Gerumsälven. Naturcentrum AB.
Lundin, K. 2008. Bentic fauna in Ätran (Buttorp). Naturcentrum AB.
Lundin, K. 2009. Bentic fauna in Lillån (Trollhättan). Naturcentrum AB.
Lundin, K. 2009. Bentic fauna in Skuttran. Naturcentrum AB.


The Swedish Species Information Centre (ArtDatabanken)
Lundin, K. 2003- 2014.  Ca 150 fact sheets on species of red-listed marine invertebrates for the Swedish Species Information Centre.
Karlsson, A., Berggren, B., Lundin, K. & Sundin, R. 2014. Svenska artprojektets inventering – slutrapportering. ArtDatabanken rapporterar 16. ArtDatabanken, SLU. Uppsala.
Lundin, K. 2014- 2015.  Checklists at DynTaxa database the Swedish Species Information Centre for Swedish species of opisthobranch molluscs, cestodes, trematodes and acanthocephalans.
Lundin, K., Malmberg, K. 2017 - 2019. 10 posts on Dagens Natur at the website of the Swedish Species Information Centre.
Lundin, K. Malmberg, K. & Pleijel F. 2017. Swedish nudibranchia. Species fact sheets for 91 species. Artfakta.
Malmberg, K. & Lundin, K. 2017. Interactive determination key for Swedish nudibranchia. Artfakta.
Lundin, K., Malmberg, K. 2018. Swedish marine euthyneura, other than Nudibranchia. Species fact sheets for 32 species. Artfakta.
Lundin, K. 2019. Reviewer report for forthcoming National key on Decapod crustaceans, with species facts and interactive detemination key. Delivered in March 2019.
Lundin, K., Malmberg, K. 2019. Introductory texts, general description text for higher taxonomic levels. Delivered May 2019.
Lundin, K., Malmberg, K. 2019. Dichotomous determination key for swedish marine euthyneuran gastropods. In swedish and english. Delivered in June 2019.