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Deagan, K.D
. 2010. The Spanish Atlantic world on the
eve of Jamestown. pp. 31-52
In:
W. Kelso, ed.
Archaeology
of Early European Colonial Settlement in the Emerging
Atlantic World.
Society for Historical Archaeology
Special Publication 8.
Diggers, W.,
G.H. Burgess
, A. Hamilton, N. Hopkins and
C. Schobernd. 2010.
Squaliolus laticaudus
in the western
North Atlantic Ocean: Distributional and life history
observations.
Bulletin of Marine Science
86(4):829-836.
Eble J., R. Toonen, L. Sorenson, L. Basch,
Y.P.
Papastamatiou
and B. Bowen. 2011. Escaping paradise:
Larval export from Hawaii in an Indo-Pacific reef fish,
the Yellow tang (
Zebrasoma flavescens
).
Marine Ecology
Progress Series
428:245-258.
Ehret, D.J.
, and
J.R. Bourque
. 2011. An extinct map
turtle
Graptemys
(Testudines, Emydidae) from the late
Pleistocene of Florida.
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology
31:575-587.
Ellis, S.
and
B.A. Dunckel
. 2010. Creating opportunities
through classroom-based early childhood science.
Museums & Social Issues
5:103-116.
Emery, K.
2010. Zooarchaeology, Chapter 11.
In:
J.R.
Stepp, ed.
Ethnobiology
. Encyclopedia of Life Support
Systems. EOLSS Publishers, Oxford, England.
Erickson, A.
2011. Outreach and education in
archaeology.
AP Journal
1:45-54.
Franklin, J. and
D.W. Steadman
. 2010. Forest plant
and bird communities in the Lau Group, Fiji.
PloS ONE
5(12):e15685. DOI:10.137/journal.pone.0015685.
Gajdeczka, M.T.,
K.M. Neubig
, W.S. Judd,
W.M. Whitten
,
N.H. Williams
and
K.D. Perkins
. 2010. Phylogenetic
analyses of the
Gaylussacia frondosa
complex (Ericaceae:
Vaccinieae) based on molecular and morphological
characters.
Journal of the Botanical Research Institute of
Texas
4:245-260.
Gillette, C.R.,
K.L. Krysko
, J.A. Wasilewski, G.N. Kieckhefer
III, E.F. Metzger III, M.R. Rochford and D. Cueva. 2010.
Oustalet’s chameleon,
Furcifer oustaleti
(Mocquard 1894)
(Chamaeleonidae), a non-indigenous species newly
established in Florida.
IRCF Reptiles & Amphibians
17:248-249.
Givnish, T.J., J.H. Leebens-Mack, M. Ames Sevillano, J.R.
McNeal, P.R. Steele, J.I. Davis, C. Ané, C.W. dePamphilis,
M.A. Gandolfo, S.W. Graham, J.C. Pires, D.W. Stevenson,
W.B. Zomlefer, B.G. Briggs, L.G. Clark, M.R. Duvall, A.
Moore, M. Moore,
D.E. Soltis
,
P.S. Soltis
and K. Thiele.
Assembling the tree of the monocotyledons: Plastome
sequence phylogeny and evolution of Poales.
Annals of
the Missouri Botanical Garden
97:584-616.
Granatosky, M.C., L.M. Wagner, and
K.L Krysko
. 2011.
Osteopilus septentrionalis
(Cuban treefrog). Prey.
Herpetological Review
42:90.
Hall, J.P.W. and
K.R. Willmott
. 2010. Discovery of a
new
Lucillella
species (Riodinidae: Symmachiini) in
the eastern Andes of Ecuador using the single rope
canopy access technique.
Journal of the Lepidopterists’
Society
64:139-146.
Han, K.-L., E.L. Braun, R.T. Kimball, S. Reddy, R.C.K. Bowie,
M.J. Braun, J.L. Chojnowski, S. Hackett, J. Harshman,
C. Huddleston, B.D. Marks, K.J. Miglia, W.S. Moore, F.H.
Sheldon,
D.W. Steadman
, C.C. Witt and T. Yuri. 2011.
Are transposable element insertions homoplasy free?
An examination using the avian tree of life.
Systematic Biology
. DOI:10.1093/sysbio/syq100.
Hanauer, R.E., C.M. Stracey and
S.K. Robinson
. 2010.
Why has an urban adapter, the Northern mockingbird
(
Mimus poyglottos
), declined in Florida?
Florida Field
Naturalist
38:135-145.
Havird, J.C.,
L.M. Page
, W. Tangjitjaroen, C. Vidthayanon,
C. Grudpan and S. Udduang. 2010. A new species of
Lepidocephalichthys
(Teleostei: Cobitidae) with distinctive
sexual dimorphism and comments on relationships in
southern lineages of Cobitidae.
Zootaxa
2557:1-18.
Holbrook, J.D. and
K.L. Krysko
. 2011. The Tentacled
Snake,
Erpeton tentaculatum
Lacépède 1800
(Homalopsidae), in Florida.
IRCF Reptiles &
Amphibians
18:52.
Honebrink, R., R. Buch, P. Galpin and
G.H. Burgess
.
2011. First documented attack on a live human by a
Cookie-cutter shark (Squaliformes, Dalatiidae:
Isistius
sp.).
Pacific Science
65(3):365-374.
Hulbert Jr., R.C.
2010. A new early Pleistocene tapir
(Mammalia: Perissodactyla) from Florida, with a review
of Blancan tapirs from the state.
Bulletin of the Florida
Museum of Natural History
49:67-126.
Jarzen, D.M.
, S.L. Corbett and
S.R. Manchester
. 2010.
Palynology and paleoecology of the Middle Miocene
Alum Bluff flora, Liberty County, Florida, USA.
Palynology
34:261-286.
Jiao, Y., N.J. Wickett, S. Ayyampalayam,
A.S. Chanderbali
,
L. Landherr, P.E. Ralph, L.P. Tomsho, Y. Hu, H. Liang,
P.S.
Soltis
,
D.E. Soltis
, S.W. Clifton, S.E. Schlarbaum, S.C.
Schuster, H. Ma, J. Leebens-Mack and C.W. dePamphilis.
2011. Ancestral polyploidy in seed plants and
angiosperms.
Nature
DOI:10.1038/nature09916.
Karl, S., A. Castro, J. Lopez, P. Chavert-Almeida and
G.H. Burgess
. 2011. Phylogeography of the Bull shark
(
Carcharhinus leucas
) inferred from mitochondrial and
microsatellite DNA.
Conservation Genetics
12:371-382.
Keegan, W.F.
2010. Boundary work, reputational systems
and the delineation of population movements in the
prehistoric Caribbean. pp. 138-155
In:
C.L. Hofman
and A.J. Bright, eds.
Mobility and Exchange from a Pan-
Caribbean Perspective
. Journal of Caribbean Archaeology,
Special Publications Number 3.
Keegan, W.F.
2010. From baselines to faunal remains:
A comment on Baisre.
Journal of Island and Coastal
Archaeology
5:162-164.
Keegan, W.F.
2010. Demographic imperatives for island
colonists. pp. 171-178
In:
A. Anderson, K. Boyle and R.
Barker, eds.
Global Origins and Development of Seafaring
.
McDonald Institute, Cambridge, England.
Keegan, W.F.
2010. Island shores and “long pauses.”
pp. 11-20
In:
S.M. Fitzpatrick and A. Ross, eds.
Island
Shores and Distant Places: Archaeological and Biological
Approaches to the Pre-Columbian Settlement of the
Caribbean
. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
Knuckey, J., D. Ebert and
G.H. Burgess
. 2011.
Etmopterus
joungi
sp. nov., a new species of Lanternshark
(Squaliformes: Etmopteridae) from Taiwanese waters.
Aqua - International Journal of Ichthyology
17(9):61-72.
Visitors viewing skeletons on the island in the
Florida
Fossils
exhibit are framed by a steel sculpture of the
Terror Bird.
Ornithology curator David Steadman shows Sen. Steve
Oelrich some of the Museum’s rare bird specimens.
Invertebrate Paleontology collection manager Roger
Portell preserves a 25-foot giant squid recovered off the
coast of Jensen Beach. The rare specimen is the only
one of its kind in the Museum’s collection.