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Kratter, A.W.
2010. First record of Ancient murrelet
(
Synthliborhamphus antiquus
) for Florida.
Florida Field
Naturalist
38:930134.
Kratter, A.W.
2010. Nineteenth report of the Florida
Ornithological Society Records Committee: 2009.
Florida Field Naturalist
38:150-174.
Kratter, A.W.
2011. First record of White-eared
hummingbird (
Hylocharis leucotis
) for Florida.
Florida Field Naturalist
39:52-55.
Krysko, K.L.
, S.A. Johnson, K.E. Giddens, K.H. Gielow, T.S.
Lowke, W.M. Moore, E. Suarez, C.D. Thomas, A.S. Shoelson,
J.P. Burgess,
C.A. Smith
and B.A. Garner. 2010. The African
Five-lined skink,
Trachylepis quinquetaeniata
(Lichtenstein
1823): A new established species in Florida.
IRCF Reptiles &
Amphibians
17:183-184.
Krysko, K.L
., M. Granatosky, Z.W. Fratto, J.L. Kline and M.R.
Rochford. 2010.
Caiman crocodilus
(Spectacled caiman).
Prey.
Herpetological Review
41:348-349.
Krysko, K.L
. and M.D. Halvorsen. 2010.
Osteopilus
septentrionalis
(Cuban treefrog). Prey.
Herpetological
Review
41:339-340.
MacFadden, B.J.
2011. Equine dental evolution:
Perspective from the fossil record. Chapter 1, pp. 3-10
In:
G.J. Baker, and J. Easley, eds.
Equine Dentistry, 3rd Edition
.
Elsevier, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
MacMahon, D.A.
2010. Beyond the pedestal: Creating
culturally relevant exhibitions.
Exhibitionist
29(2):8-13.
Malinska, H., J.A. Tate,
E. Mavrodiev
, R. Matyasek, K.Y. Lim,
A.R. Leitch,
D.E. Soltis
,
P.S. Soltis
and A. Kovarik. 2011.
Ribosomal RNA genes evolution in
Tragopogon
: A story
of New and OldWorld allotetraploids and the synthetic
lines.
Taxon
60:348-354.
Malinska, H., J.A. Tate, R. Matyasek, A.R. Leitch,
D.E.
Soltis
,
P.S. Soltis
and A. Kovarik. 2010. Similar patterns of
rDNA evolution in synthetic and recently formed natural
populations of
Tragopogon
(Asteraceae) allopolyploids.
BMC Evolutionary Biology
10:291.
Manchester, S.R.
and Z. Kvacek. 2010. Inflorescences
and compound leaves of the extinct
Platanus neptuni
complex in the Oligocene of Oregon, USA.
Acta
Palaeobotanica
50:5-15.
Manchester, S.R.
, T.M. Lehman and E.A. Wheeler. 2010.
Fossil palms (Arecaceae, Coryphoideae) associated with
juvenile herbivorous dinosaurs in the upper Cretaceous
Aguja Formation, Big Bend National Park, Texas.
International Journal of Plant Sciences
171:679-689.
Manchester, S.R.
, X.-P. Xiang and Q.-Y. Xiang. 2010. Fruits
of Cornelian cherries (Cornaceae:
Cornus
Subg.
Cornus
) in
the Paleocene and Eocene of the Northern Hemisphere.
International Journal of Plant Sciences
171:882-891.
Marin, I. and
G. Paulay
. 2010.
Pinnotherotonia rumphiusi
gen. et sp. nov., a new furry bivalve-associated pontoniine
shrimp (Crustacea: Decapoda: Palaemonidae) from Palau.
Zootaxa
2636:37-48.
Marquardt, W.H.
2010. Shell mounds in the Southeast:
Middens, monuments, temple mounds, rings, or works?
American Antiquity
75:551-570.
Mathis, J. and
B.J. MacFadden
. 2010. Quantifying
Leptomeryx
(Mammalia, Artiodactyla) enamel surface
area across the Eocene-Oligocene Transition in Nebraska.
Palaios
25:682-687.
Matthews, D.L.
and C. Gielis. 2011.
Adaina ipomoeae
Bigot and Etienne, 2009, new records for Florida and the
West Indies (Lepidoptera: Pterophoridae).
Insecta Mundi
0156:1-3.
Matthews, D.L.
,
J.Y. Miller
and J. Razowski. 2011.
Scientific note:
Mictopsichia cubae
recorded from
Honduras (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae).
Tropical
Lepidoptera Research
21(1):43-45.
McCauley, D.J.,
Y.P. Papastamatiou
and H.S. Young.
2010. An observation of mating in free-ranging Blacktip
Reef sharks,
Carcharhinus melanopterus
.
Pacific Science
64(2):349-352.
McMurran, D.M. and
S.R. Manchester
. 2010.
Lagokarpos
lacustris
, A new winged fruit from the Paleogene of
western North America.
International Journal of Plant
Sciences
171(2):227-234.
Mendonca, F.F., C. Oliveira,
G.H. Burgess
, R. Coelho,
A. Piercy, O.B.F. Gadig and F. Foresti, co-authors. 2010.
Species delimitation in Sharpnose sharks (genus
Rhizoprionodon
) in the western Atlantic Ocean using
mitochondrial DNA.
Conservation Genetics
. DOI 10.1007/
s10592-010-0132-6.
Meyer, C.C.,
Y.P. Papastamatiou
and K.N. Holland.
2010. A multiple instrument approach to quantifying
the movement patterns and habitat use of Tiger
(
Galeocerdo cuvier
) and Galapagos sharks (
Carcharhinus
galapagensis
) at French Frigate Shoals, Hawaii.
Marine
Biology
157:1857-1868.
Meyer, C.G.,
Y.P. Papastamatiou
and T.B. Clark. 2010.
Differential movement patterns and site fidelity among
trophic groups of reef fishes in a Hawaiian marine
protected area.
Marine Biology
157(7):1499-1511.
Moore, M.J., N. Hassan,
M.A. Gitzendanner
, R.A. Bruenn,
M. Croley, A. Vandeventer, J.W. Horn, A. Dhingra,
S.F.
Brockington
, M. Latvis, J. Ramdial, R. Alexandre, A.
Piedrahita, Z. Xi, C.C. Davis,
P.S. Soltis
and
D.E. Soltis
.
2011. Phylogenetic analysis of the plastid invertid repeat
of 244 species: Insights into deeper-level angiosperm
relationships from a long, slowly evolving sequence
region.
International Journal of Plant Sciences
172:541-558.
Morgan, A., J. Carlson, T. Ford, L. Siceloff, L. Hale, M.
Allen and
G.H. Burgess
. 2010. Temporal and spatial
distribution of finfish bycatch in the U.S. Atlantic bottom
longline shark fishery.
Marine Fisheries Review
72(2):34-38.
Morris, A.B., C.H. Graham,
D.E. Soltis
and
P.S. Soltis
.
2010. Reassessment of phylogeographical structure
in an eastern North American tree using Monmonier’s
algorithm and ecological niche modeling.
Journal of
Biogeography
37:1657-1667.
Mörs, T. and
R.C. Hulbert Jr.
2010.
Anchitheriomys
Roger, 1898 or
Amblycastor
Matthew, 1918 (Rodentia,
Castoridae)? Taxonomic implications of a mandible from
the Miocene of Florida.
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology
30:1899-1902.
Mourato, B., R. Coelho, A. Amorim,
F. Carvalho
, F. Hazin,
and
G.H. Burgess
. 2010. Size at maturity and length-
weight relationships of the Blurred Lantern shark
Etmopterus bigelowi
(Squaliformes: Etmopteridae) caught
off southeastern Brazil.
Ciencias Marinas
36(4):323-331.
Mullen, S.P., W. Savage and
K.R. Willmott
. 2010. Rapid
diversification and not clade age explains high diversity in
neotropical Adelpha butterflies.
Proceedings of the Royal
Society of London
B. DOI:10.1098/rspb.2010.2140.
Nakamura I., Y. Watanabe,
Y.P. Papastamatiou
, K. Sato
and C. Meyer. 2011. Yo-yo vertical movements suggest a
foraging strategy for Tiger sharks.
Marine Ecology Progress
Series
424:237-246.
Paul Robell, from left, former UF Foundation executive vice president, Allen Lastinger and Museum Director
Doug Jones enjoy the
Dugout Canoes: Paddling through the Americas
exhibit Members reception.
Florida has more than 4,000 plant species,
including this showy
Hibiscus
photographed along
a roadside.
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