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Smith, D.C.,
K.L. Krysko
, T.A. Sorensen and M.N. Sider.
2011. The Pacific Coast Giant Musk turtle,
Staurotypus
salvinii
Gray 1864 (Kinosternidae), a new non-indigenous
species in Florida.
IRCF Reptiles & Amphibians
18:55-56.
Sodhi, N.S., C.H. Sekercioglu, J. Barlow and
S.K. Robinson
.
2011.
Conservation of tropical birds
. Wiley-Blackwell,
London. 300 pp.
Soltis, D.E.
, M.J. Moore, G. Burleigh, C.D. Bell and
P.S.
Soltis
. 2010. Assembling the angiosperm tree of life:
Progress and future prospects.
Annals of the Missouri
Botanical Garden
97:514-526.
Soltis, D.E.
, S.A. Smith,
N. Cellinese
, K.J. Wurdack, D.C.
Tank,
S.F. Brockington
, N.F. Refulio-Rodriguez, J.B.
Walker, M.J. Moore, B.S. Carlsward, C.D. Bell, M. Latvis, S.
Crawley, C. Black, D. Diouf, Z. Xi, C.A. Rushworth,
M.A.
Gitzendanner
, K.J. Sytsma, Y.-L. Qiu, K.W. Hilu, C.C.
Davis, M.J. Sanderson,
R.S. Beaman
, R.G. Olmstead, W.S.
Judd, M.J. Donoghue and
P.S. Soltis
. 2011. Angiosperm
phylogeny: 17 genes, 640 taxa.
American Journal of
Botany
98:704-730.
Soltis, D.E.
,
R.J.A. Buggs
, J.J. Doyle and
P.S. Soltis
.
2010. What we still don’t know about polyploidy.
Taxon
59:1387-1403.
Soltis, P.S.
, J.G. Burleigh,
A.S. Chanderbali
, M.-J. Yoo
and
D.E. Soltis
. 2010. Gene and genome duplication in
plants. pp. 369-398
In:
K. Dittmar and D. Liberles, eds.
Evolution After Genome Duplication
. John Wiley & Sons
Inc., Hoboken, NJ.
Sourakov, A.
2010. Natural and sexual selection in
satyrine wing patterns: A complex story.
News of
Lepidopterists’ Society
52(1):6-7,15.
Sourakov, A.
2011. Faster than a flash: The fastest
visual startle reflex response is found in a long-legged
fly,
Condylostylus
sp. (Dolichopodidae).
Florida
Entomologist
94(2):367-369.
Sourakov, A.
and E.V. Zakharov. 2011. “Darwin’s
butterflies?”DNA barcoding and the radiation of the
endemic Caribbean butterfly genus
Calisto
(Lepidoptera,
Nymphalidae, Satyrinae).
Comparative Cytogenetics
5:191-
210. DOI:10.3897/compcytogen.v5i3.1730.
Suárez-Santiago, V.N., C. Díaz de la Guardia,
D.E. Soltis
,
P.S. Soltis
and G. Blanca.
Tragopogon lainzii
, a new
species of
Tragopogon
(Asteraceae) segregated from
T. dubius
: Evidence from morphological and molecular
data.
Systematic Botany
36:470-480.
Sun, G., D.L. Dilcher,
H. Wang
and Z. Chen. 2011. A
eudicot from the Early Cretaceous of China.
Nature
471:625-628.
Symonds, V.V.,
P.S. Soltis
and
D.E. Soltis
. 2010.
Dynamics of polyploid formation in
Tragopogon
(Asteraceae): Recurrent formation, gene flow, and
population structure.
Evolution
64:1984-2003.
Templado, J.,
G. Paulay
, A. Gittenberger and C. Meyer.
2010. Sampling the marine realm.
In:
J. Eymann,
J. Degreef, C. Häuser, J.C. Monje, Y. Samyn and D.
VandenSpiegel, eds.
Manual on Field Recording
Techniques and Protocols for All Taxa Biodiversity
Inventories + Monitoring
. ABC Taxa 8:273-307.
Thomson, A.W.
and
L.M. Page
. 2010. Taxonomic
revision of the
Amphilius uranoscopus
group (Teleostei:
Siluriformes) in Kenya, with the description of a new
species from the Athi River.
Bulletin of the Florida
Museum of Natural History
49:45-66.
Toups, M.A.
, A. Kitchen,
J.E. Light
and
D.L. Reed
. 2011.
Origin of clothing lice indicates early clothing use by
anatomically modern humans in Africa.
Molecular
Biology and Evolution
28:29-32.
Trager, M.D. and
J.C. Daniels
. 2011. Size effects on
mating and egg production in the Miami Blue
butterfly.
Journal of Insect Behavior
24:34-43.
Wagner D.,
Y.P. Papastamatiou
, R. Kosaki, K. Gleason,
G. McFall, R. Boland, R. Pyle and R. Toonen. 2011. New
records of commercially valuable black corals (Cnidaria:
Antipatharia) from the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
at mesophotic depths.
Pacific Science
65(2):249-255.
Wallis, N.J.
2011.
The Swift Creek Gift: Vessel Exchange
on the Atlantic Coast
. University of Alabama Press,
Tuscaloosa.
Wallis, N.J.
, M. Boulanger, J.R. Ferguson and M.D.
Glascock. 2010. Woodland Period ceramic provenance
and the exchange of Swift Creek complicated stamped
pottery in the southeastern United States.
Journal of
Archaeological Science
37:2598-2611.
Wang, H.
, D.L. Dilcher, R.N. Schwarzwalder and J. Kvacek.
2011. Vegetative and reproductive morphology of an
extinct early Cretaceous member of Platanaceae from the
Braun’s Ranch locality, Kansas, U.S.A.
International Journal
of Plant Sciences
, 172(1):139-157.
Wang Q.,
S.R. Manchester
and D.L. Dilcher. 2010. Fruits
and foliage of
Pueraria
(Leguminosae, Papilionoideae)
from the Neogene of Eurasia and their biogeographic
implications.
American Journal of Botany
97:1982-1998.
Wang, T., D. Surge and
K.J. Walker
. 2011. Isotopic
evidence for climate change during the Vandal Minimum
from
Ariopsis felis
otoliths and
Mercenaria campechiensis
shells, southwest Florida, USA.
The Holocene.
DOI:10.1177/0959683611400458.
Wangwasit, K.,
N. Cellinese
and M. Norsaengsri. 2010.
Phyllagathis nanakorniana
(Melastomataceae), a new
species from Thailand.
Blumea
55:246-248.
Wenjun, L., G. Ortiz, G. Gimenez,
D.L. Reed
, B. Pittendrigh
and D. Raoult. 2010. Genotyping of human lice suggests
multiple emergences of body lice from local head louse
populations.
PLoS: Neglected Tropical Diseases
4(3):e641.
Willmott, K.R.
and J.P.W. Hall. 2010. A new species of
Dynamine Hübner
, 1819 from northwestern Ecuador
(Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Biblidinae).
Tropical
Lepidoptera Research
20:23-27.
Yoo, M.-J.,
A.S. Chanderbali
, N.S. Altman,
P.S. Soltis
and
D.E. Soltis
. 2010. Evolutionary trends in the floral
transcriptome: Insights from one of the basalmost
angiosperms,
Nuphar advena
(Nymphaeaceae).
The Plant Journal
64:687-698.
Zhou, W., X. Li and
A.W. Thomson
, 2011. A new
genus and two new species of glyptosternine
catfish (Siluriformes: Sisoridae) fromYunnan,
China.
Copeia
2011(2):226-241.
Zhou, W., X. Li and
A.W. Thomson
, 2011. Two
new species of the glyptosternine catfish genus
Euchiloglanis
(Teleostei: Sisoridae) from southwest
China with redescriptions of
E. davidi
and
E. kishinouyei
.
Zootaxa
2871:1-18.
Visitors view a collection of spurs during opening
day of the
Florida Cattle Ranching
and
Florida
Cowboys
exhibits.
Florida Program for Shark Research technician
Bethann Gillett dissects a shark during the Museum’s
annual Sawfish in Peril Educator Workshop.
Doctoral student Francois Michonneau received a
$15,000 NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement
grant to study sea cucumber speciation.
scientific publications
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