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Allen, G.R., A.C. Gill & M.V. Erdmann. 2008. A new species of Pseudochromis Rüppell (Pisces: Pseudochromidae) from Irian Jaya Barat Province, Indonesia. Aqua, Int. J. Ichthyol. 13(3-4): 155-162.

Allen, G.R., A.C. Gill & M.V. Erdmann. 2008. A new species of Pictichromis (Pisces: Pseudochromidae) from western New Guinea with a redescription of P. aurifrons. Aqua, Int. J. Ichthyol. 13(3-4): 145-154.

Benedict, J.C., K.B. Pigg & M.L. DeVore. In press. Paleowilsonia boglei gen. et sp. nov. (Hamamelidaceae) from the Late Paleocene Almont flora of central North Dakota, USA. Int. J. Plant Sci.

Bungartz, F. & T.H. Nash III. 2004. Buellia turgescens is synonymous with Buellia badia and must not be included in Amandinea. Bryologist 107: 21-27.

Bungartz, F. & T.H. Nash III. 2004. Buellia subalbula (Nyl.) Müll. Arg. and B. amabilis de Lesd., two species from North America with one-septate ascospores: A comparison with Buellia [“Diplotomma”] venusta (Körb.) Lettau. Bibl. Lichenol. 88: 49-66.

Bungartz, F. & T.H. Nash III. 2004 [2005]. The Buellia aethalea-group in the greater Sonoran Desert Region with reference to similar species in North America. Bryologist 107: 441-458.

Bungartz, F., J.A. Elix & T.H. Nash III. 2004 [2005]. The genus Buellia sensu lato in the greater Sonoran Desert region: saxicolous species with one-septate ascospores containing xanthones. Bryologist 107: 459-479.

Bungartz, F., L.A.J. Garvie & T.H. Nash III. 2004. Anatomy of the endolithic Sonoran Desert lichen Verrucaria rubrocincta Breuss: implications for biodeterioration and biomineralization. Lichenol. 36: 55-73.

Bungartz, F., T.H. Nash III & B.D. Ryan. 2004. Morphology and anatomy of chasmolithic versus epilithic growth: a taxonomic revision of inconspicuous saxicolous Buellia species from the Sonoran Desert Region generally ascribed to the “Buellia punctata” group. Can. J. Bot. 82: 540-562.

DeVore M.L. & K.B. Pigg. 2007. A brief review of the fossil history of the family Rosaceae with a focus on the Eocene Okanogan Highlands of eastern Washington State, USA, and British Columbia, Canada. Plant Syst. & Evol. 266: 45-57.

DeVore, M.L., P. Kenrick, K.B. Pigg & R.A. Ketcham. 2006. Utility of high-resolution X-ray computed tomography (HRXCT) for paleobotanical studies: an example using London Clay fruits and seeds. Am. J. Bot. 93: 1848-1851.

Dugan, L.E., M.F. Wojciechowski & L.R. Landrum. In press. Collection, storage, and identification of plant voucher specimens from a large survey area. Taxon.

Ebach, M.C. 1999. Paralogy and the centre of origin concept. Cladistics 15:387-391.

Ebach, M.C. 2002. Lower Devonian trilobites from Cobar, NSW. Rec. West. Aust. Mus. 20: 353-378.

Ebach, M.C. & S.T. Ahyong. 2001. Phylogeny of the trilobite subgenus Acanthopyge (Lobopyge). Cladistics 17: 1-10.

Ebach, M.C. & D. Goujet. 2006. The first biogeographical map. J. Biogeogr. 33: 761-769.

Ebach, M.C. & Holdrege, C. 2005. DNA Barcoding is no substitute for taxonomy. Nature 434: 697.

Ebach, M.C. & Holdrege, C. 2005. More taxonomy, not DNA Barcoding. BioScience, 55: 822-823.

Ebach, M.C. & C.J. Humphries. 2002. Cladistic biogeography and the art of discovery. J. Biogeogr. 29: 427-444.

Ebach, M.C, C.J. Humphries & D.M. Williams. 2003. Phylogenetic biogeography deconstructed. J. Biogeogr. 30: 1285-1296.

Ebach, M.C. & K.J. McNamara. 2002. A systematic revision of the family Harpetidae (Trilobita). Rec. West. Aust. Mus. 21:235-267.

Ebach, M.C., J.J. Morrone & D.M. Williams. 2008. A new cladistics of cladists. Biol. Philos. 23: 153-156.

Ebach, M.C., R.A. Newman, C.J. Humphries, D.M. Williams & S.A. Walsh. 2005. Assumption 2: Opaque to intuition? J. Biogeogr. 32: 781- 787.

Ebach, M.C. & D.M. Williams, D.M. 2007. An outline of the foundations of systematics and biogeography. Hist. Philos. Life Sci. 29: 83-92.

Ebach, M.C., D.M. Williams & J.J. Morrone. 2006. Paraphyly is bad taxonomy. Taxon 55: 831-832.

Elser, J.J. & A. Hamilton. 2007. Stoichiometry and the new biology: the future is now. PLoS Biol. 5: 181-183.

Escalante, T., G. Rodríguez, N. Cao, M.C. Ebach & J.J. Morrone. 2007. Cladistic biogeographic analysis suggests a Caribbean diversification prior to the Great American Biotic Interchange and the Mexican Transition Zone. Naturwissenschaften 94: 561-565.

Gill, A.C. 2004. Revision of the Indo-Pacific dottyback fish subfamily Pseudochrominae (Perciformes: Pseudochromidae). Smithiana Monogr. 1: ii + 1-214, pls 1-12.

Gill, A.C., G.R. Allen, N.J. Cross, D.F. Hoese & D.J. Bray. 2007. Pseudochromidae. Pp. 1058-1072. In: P.L. Beesley & A. Wells (Eds). Zoological Catalogue of Australia, Volume 35. Fishes. Part 2. ABRS & CSIRO, Australia.

Gill, A.C. & A.J. Edwards. 2005. Revision of the Indian Ocean dottyback fish genera Chlidichthys and Pectinochromis (Perciformes: Pseudochromidae: Pseudoplesiopinae). Smithiana Bull. 3: 1-47.

Gill, A.C. & D.F. Hoese. 2004. Three new Australian species of the fish genus Xenisthmus (Gobioidei: Xenisthmidae). Rec. Aust. Mus. 56: 241-246.

Gill, A.C. & S.L. Jewett. 2004. Eviota hoesei and E. readerae, new species of fish from the southwest Pacific, with comments on the identity of E. corneliae Fricke (Perciformes: Gobiidae). Rec. Aust. Mus. 56: 235-240.

Gill, A.C. & J.M. Kemp. 2002. Widespread Indo-Pacific shore-fish species: a challenge for taxonomists, biogeographers, ecologists, and fishery and conservation managers. Environ. Biol. Fishes 65: 165-174.

Haber, M.H. & A. Hamilton. 2005. Coherence, consistency, and cohesion: clade selection in Okasha and beyond. Philos. Sci. 72: 1026-1040.

Hamilton, A. 2006. Review of Ernst Mayr's What Makes Biology Unique? Philosophy of Science, 73: 255-257.

Hamilton, A. 2007. Laws of biology, laws of nature: problems and (dis)solutions. Philos. Compass 2: 592-610.

Hamilton, A. & M.H. Haber. 2006. Clades are reproducers.Biol. Theory 1: 381-391.

Hamilton, A., M.H. Haber & N.R. Smith. In press. Social insects and the individuality thesis: cohesion and the colony as a selectable individual. In: J. Gadau & J. Fewell (Eds). Organization of Insect Societies: From Genome to Sociocomplexity. Harvard University Press.

Holst, B., L. R. Landrum & F. Grifo. 2003. Myrtaceae. In: J. A. Steyermark et al. (Eds). Flora of the Venezuelan Guayana 7: 1-99.

Ickert-Bond S.M., K.B. Pigg&J. Wen. 2007. Comparative infructescence morphology in Altingia Noronha and discordance between morphological and molecular rates of evolution. Am. J. Bot. 94: 1094-1115.

Ickert-Bond, S.M. & M.F. Wojciechowski. 2004. Phylogenetic relationships in Ephedra (Gnetales): evidence from nuclear and chloroplast DNA sequence data. Syst. Bot. 29: 834-849.

Johnson, J.W. & A.C. Gill. 2005. Reef and shore fishes of Sweers Island, Gulf of Carpentaria. R. Geogr. Soc. Qld, Geogr. Monogr. Ser. 10: 239-260.

Kashiwadani, H., T.H. Nash III & K.-H. Moon. 2006. Two new species of the genus Ramalina (Ascomycotina: Ramalinaceae) from South America. Bibl. Lichenol. 93: 335-340.

Kim, Y.-D., S.-H. Kim & L. R. Landrum. 2004. Taxonomic and phytogeographic implications from ITS phylogeny in Berberis (Berberidaceae). J. Plant Res. (Tokyo) 117(3): 175-182.

Knapp, S. and Q. D. Wheeler (Eds.) 2009. Letters to Linnaeus. London: Linnean Society of London.

Landrum, L.R. 2001. What has happened to descriptive systematics? What would make it thrive? Syst. Bot. 26(2): 438-442.

Landrum, L. R. 2003. Berberidaceae. In: C. Marticorena & R. Rodriguez (Eds). Flora de Chile 2(2): 1-23, 79-81.

Landrum, L. R. 2003. A revision of the Psidium salutare complex (Myrtaceae). Sida 20(4): 1449-1469.

Landrum, L. R. 2005. A revision of the Psidium grandifolium complex (Myrtaceae). Sida 21(3): 1335-1354.

Landrum, L. R. 2005. Two new species of Myrtaceae from South America. Novon 15: 442-446.

Landrum, L. R. & M. Sobral. 2006. Psidium cauliflorum (Myrtaceae), a new species from Bahia, Brazil. Sida 22(2): 927-929.

Lavin, M., P.S. Herendeen & M.F. Wojciechowski. 2005. Evolutionary rates analysis of Leguminosae implicates a rapid diversification of lineages during the Tertiary. Syst. Biol. 54: 530-549.

Makings, E. 2005. Flora of the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area, Cochise County, Arizona. USDA For. Serv. Proceed. RMRS-P-36: 92-99.

Makings, E. 2006. Flora of the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area. Desert Plants 22(2): 1-104.

McNamara, K.J., R. Feist & M.C. Ebach. In Press. Patterns of evolution and extinction in the last harpetid trilobites during the Late Devonian (Frasnian). Palaeontol.

Miller, K.B. & Q.D. Wheeler. 2005. Slime mold beetles of the genus Agathidium (Coleoptera: Leiodidae) of North and Central America, Part II. Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. Hist. 291: 1-167.

Mooi, R.D. & A.C. Gill. 2004. Notograptidae, sister to Acanthoplesiops Regan (Teleostei: Plesiopidae: Acanthoclininae), with comments on biogeography, diet and morphological convergence with Congrogadinae (Teleostei: Pseudochromidae). Zool. J. Linn. Soc. 141: 179–205.

Nash III, T.H., J.A. Elix & M.A. Herrera-Campos. 2004. Preliminary treatment of Xanthoparmelia for Mexico. Symb. Bot. Ups. 34: 239-326.

Nash III, T.H., C. Gries & F. Bungartz (Eds) In press. Lichen Flora of the Greater Sonoran Desert Region. Vol. III. Lichen Unlimited: Tempe, AZ.

Nash III, T.H., B.D. Ryan, P. Diederich, C. Gries & F. Bungartz (Eds) 2004. Lichen Flora of the Greater Sonoran Desert Region. Vol. II. Lichen Unlimited: Tempe, AZ. 776 pp.

Nash III, T.H., B.D. Ryan, C. Gries & F. Bungartz (Eds) 2002. Lichen Flora of the Greater Sonoran Desert Region. Vol. I. Lichen Unlimited: Tempe, AZ. 532 pp.

Nishida, H., K.B. Pigg, K. Kudo & J.F. Rigby. 2007. New evidence of reproductive organs of Glossopteris based on permineralized fossils from Queensland, Australia. I. Ovulate organ Homevaleia gen. nov. J. Plant Res. 120: 539-549.

Nishida, H., K.B. Pigg & J.F. Rigby. 2003. Swimming sperm in an extinct Gondwanan plant. Nature 422: 396-397.

Pigg, K.B. & M.L. DeVore. 2005. Paleoactaea gen. nov. (Ranunculaceae) from the Paleogene of North Dakota and the London Clay. Am. J. Bot. 92: 1650-1659.

Pigg, K.B.& M.L. DeVore. 2005. Shirleya grahamae gen. et sp. nov. (Lythraceae), Lagerstroemia-like fruits from the middle Miocene Yakima Canyon flora, central Washington state, USA. Am. J. Bot. 92: 77-107.

Pigg, K.B., R.M. Dillhoff, M.L. DeVore & W.C. Wehr. 2007. New diversity among the Trochodendraceae from the Early/Middle Eocene Okanogan Highlands of British Columbia, Canada and northeastern Washington State, USA. Int. J. Plant Sci. 168: 521-532.

Sipman, H.J.M., J.A. Elix & T.H. Nash III. In press. Hypotrachyna (Parmeliaceae, lichenized fungi). Flora Neotropica.

Taylor, W., M.L. DeVore & K.B. Pigg. 2006. Susiea newsalemae, gen. et sp. nov., (Nymphaeaceae): Euryale-like seeds from the Late Paleocene Almont flora, North Dakota, USA. Int. J. Plant Sci. 167: 1271-1278.

Triebel, D., D. Peršoh, D., T.H. Nash III, L. Zedda & G. Rambold. 2007. LIAS - an interactive database system for structured descriptive data of ascomycetes. Pp. 99-110. In: G.B. Curry & C.J. Humphries (Eds). Biodiversity Databases: Techniques, Politics & Applications. Taylor & Francis: Boca Raton, FL.

Wheeler, Q.D. 2004. Taxonomic triage and the poverty of phylogeny. Philos. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B 359: 571-583.

Wheeler, Q.D. 2007. Digital innovation and taxonomy’s finest hour. Pp. 9-23 In: N. McLeod (Ed.). Automated Taxon Identification and Systematics: Theory, Approaches and Application. Systematics Association Special Volume. CRC Press, Boca Ratan.

Wheeler, Q.D. 2007. Invertebrate systematics or spineless taxonomy? Zootaxa 1668: 11-18.

Wheeler, Q.D. 2008. Undisciplined thinking: morphology and Hennig’s unfinished revolution. Syst. Entomol. 33: 2-7.

Wheeler, Q.D. (Ed.) 2008. The New Taxonomy. Systematics Association Species Volume. CRC Press, Boca Ratan.

Wheeler, Q. D. 2009. Revolutionary thoughts about taxonomy: declarations of independence and interdependence. Zoologia 26: 1-4.

Wheeler, Q. D. 2009. The science of insect taxonomy: prospects and needs, pp. 359-380 In R. Foottit and P. Adler (Eds.), Insect Biodiversity: Science and Society. New York: Blackwell Publishing.

Wheeler, Q.D. & K.B. Miller. 2005. Slime mold beetles of the genus Agathidium (Coleoptera: Leiodidae) of North and Central America, Part I. Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. Hist. 290: 1-95.

Wheeler, Q.D., Raven, P.H. & E. O. Wilson. 2004. Taxonomy: impediment or expedient? Science 303: 285.

Wheeler, Q.D. & A.G. Valdecasas. 2007. Taxonomy: myths and misconceptions. An. Jard. Botan. Madr. 64(2): 237-241.

Williams, D.M. & M.C. Ebach. 2004. The reform of palaeontology and the rise of biogeography – 25 Years after 'Ontogeny, Phylogeny, Paleontology and the Biogenetic law' (Nelson, 1978). J. Biogeogr. 31: 685-712.

Williams, D.M. & M.C. Ebach. 2007. Foundations of Systematics and Biogeography. Springer, New York.

Winterbottom, R. & A.C. Gill. 2006. Paraxenisthmus cerberusi, a new species of xenisthmid fish from Palau (Percomorpha: Gobioidei). Copeia 2006: 10-13.

Wojciechowski, M.F. 2005. Astragalus (Fabaceae): a molecular phylogenetic perspective. Brittonia 57(4): 382-396.

Wojciechowski, M.F., M. Lavin & M.J. Sanderson. 2004. A phylogeny of legumes (Leguminosae) based on analysis of the plastid matK gene resolves many well-supported subclades within the family. Am. J. Bot. 91: 1846-1862.

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