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Marquardt, W.H.
and
K.J. Walker.
2012. Southwest Florida during the
Mississippi Period. pp. 29-61
In:
K. Ashley and N.M. White, eds.
Late
Prehistoric Florida: Archaeology at the Edge of the Mississippian World.
University Press of Florida, Gainesville.
Matthews, D.L., J.Y. Miller,
M.J. Simon, and G. Goss. 2012. Observations
of Plume moths on North Andros Island, Bahamas, and notes on new
records and species previously recorded from the Bahamas (Lepidoptera:
Pterophoridae).
Insecta Mundi
0236:1-12.
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.
Matthews, D.L.
and R.A. Watkins. 2011. Extralimital records of the Sage
Plume moth,
Anstenoptilia marmarodactyla
(Lepidoptera: Pterophoridae).
Southern Lepidopterists’ News
33(4):175-177.
Mavrodiev, E.V.,
A.P. Laktionov, and
N. Cellinese
. 2012. A maximum
likelihood approach to generate hypotheses on the evolution and
historical biogeography in the Lower Volga Valley regions (southwest
Russia).
Ecology & Evolution.
DOI:10.1002/ece3.282.
Milbrath, S.
2011. Last great capital of the Maya: How internal fighting
brought down Mayapán, the last Maya kingdom. pp. 62-65.
In:
Z. Zorich,
ed.
The Maya: Ancient Mysteries and New Discoveries from the Editors
of ARCHAEOLOGY
. Archaeology Magazine, Long Island City.
Miller, J.Y., D.L. Matthews, A.D. Warren,
M.A. Solis, D.J. Harvey, P.
Gentili-Poole, R. Lehman,
T.C. Emmel,
and
C.V. Covell Jr.
2012. An
annotated list of the Lepidoptera of Honduras.
Insecta Mundi
0205:1-72.
Moraes, S.S., M. Duarte,
J.Y. Miller.
2011. Revision of the Neotropical
genus
Yagra Oiticia
(Lepidoptera: Castniidae).
Journal of Natural History
Nos. 25-28:1511-1531.
Nekola, J.C., A. Jones, G. Martinez, S. Martinez, K. Mondragon, T.
Lebeck,
J. Slapcinsky,
and S. Chiba. 2012.
Vertigo shimochii
Kuroda &
Amano 1960 synonymized with
Gastrocopta servilis
(Gould, 1843) based
on conchological and DNA sequence data.
Zootaxa
3161:48-52.
Neubig, K.M., W.M. Whitten, N.H. Williams,
M.A. Blanco,
L. Endara,
J.G. Burleigh, K. Silvera, J.C. Cushman, and M.W. Chase. 2012. Generic
recircumscriptions of Oncidiinae (Orchidaceae: Cymbidieae) based
on maximum likelihood analysis of combined DNA datasets.
Botanical
Journal of the Linnean Society
168:117-146.
Neubig, K.M., W.M. Whitten,
M.A. Blanco,
L. Endara, N.H. Williams
,
and S. Koehler. 2011. Preliminary molecular phylogenetics of
Sobralia
and relatives (Sobralieae; Orchidaceae).
Lankesteriana
11:307-317.
Nickerson, C.A., C.M. Ott, S.L. Castro, V.M. Garcia, J. Briggler, A.L.
Pitt, J.J. Tavano, J.K. Byram, J. Barrila, and
M.A. Nickerson.
2011.
Evaluation of microorganisms cultured from injured and repressed tissue
regeneration sites in endangered Giant Aquatic Ozark Hellbenders
salamanders.
PLoS ONE
6(12):e28905. DOI:10.1371/journal.
pone.0028906.
Nie, Z.-L., H. Sun,
S.R. Manchester,
Y. Meng, Q. Luke and J. Wen.
2012. Evolution of the intercontinental disjunctions in six continents in
the
Ampelopsis
clade of the grape family (Vitaceae).
BMC Evolutionary
Biology
12(17).
Nieukerken, E.J., L. Kaila, I.J. Kitching, N.P. Kristensen, D.C. Lees, J.
Minet, C. Mitter, M. Mutanen, J.C. Regier, T.J. Simonsen, N. Wahlberg,
S.-H. Yen, R. Zahiri, D. Adamski, J. Baixeras, D. Bartsch, B.Å. Bengtsson,
J.W. Brown, S.R. Bucheli, D.R. Davis, J. De Prins, W. De Prins, M.E.
Epstein, P. Gentili-Poole, C. Gielis, P. Hättenschwiler, A. Hausmann,
J.D. Holloway, A. Kallies, O. Karsholt,
A.Y. Kawahara,
S.J. C. Koster, M.
Kozlov, J.D. Lafontaine, G. Lamas, J.-F. Landry, S. Lee, M. Nuss, K.-T.
Park, C. Penz, J. Rota, A. Schintlmeister, B.C. Schmidt, J.-C. Sohn, M.A.
Solis, G.M. Tarmann,
A.D. Warren,
S. Weller, R.V. Yakovlev, V.V. Zolotuhin,
and A. Zwick. 2011. Order Lepidoptera Linnaeus, 1758.
In:
Z.-Q. Zhang,
ed. Animal biodiversity: An outline of higher-level classification and survey
of taxonomic richness.
Zootaxa
3148:212-221.
Papastamatiou, Y.P.
and C. Lowe. 2012. An analytical and hypothesis
driven approach to elasmobranch movement studies.
Journal of Fish
Biology
80:1342-1360.
Papastamatiou, Y.P.,
P. DeSalle, and D. McCauley. 2012. Area restricted
searching in manta rays and their response to spatial scale in lagoon
habitats.
Marine Ecology Progress Series
456:233-244.
Parr, C.S., R. Guralnick,
N. Cellinese,
and R.D.M. Page. 2012.
Evolutionary informatics: Unifying knowledge about the diversity of life.
Trends in Ecology & Evolution
27:94-103.
Pino, J., M. Ascunce,
J.P. Hugot, and
D.L. Reed
. 2012. Development
and characterization of microsatellite markers for the endangered Laotian
rock-rat (
Laonastes aenigmamus
) using 454-sequencing technology.
Conservation Genetics
DOI:10.1007/s12686-012-9692-8.
Pluckhahn, T.J. and
A.S. Cordell.
2011. Paste characterization of
Weeden Island pottery from Kolomoki and its implications for specialized
production.
Southeastern Archaeology
30(2):288-310.
Purdy, B.A., K.S. Jones, J.J. Mecholsky, G. Bourne,
R.C. Hulbert Jr.,
B.J. MacFadden,
K.L. Church, M.W. Warren, T.F. Jorstad, D.J. Stanford,
M.J. Wachowiak, and R.J. Speakman. 2011. Earliest art in the Americas:
Incised image of a proboscidean on a mineralized extinct animal bone
from Vero Beach, Florida.
Journal of Archaeological Science
38:2908-
2913.
Quitmyer, I.R.
and
D.S. Jones.
2012. Annual incremental shell
growth patterns in hard clams (
Mercenaria
spp.) from St. Catherines
Island, Georgia: A record of seasonal and anthropogenic impact on
zooarchaeological resources. pp. 135-148.
In:
E.J. Reitz,
I.R. Quitmyer,
and D.H. Thomas, eds.
Seasonality and Human Mobility Along the
Georgia Bight
. American Museum of Natural History Anthropological
Papers, Number 97.
Reed, D.L.,
R.W. Currier, S.F. Walton, M. Conrad, S.A. Sullivan, J.M.
Carlton, T.D. Read, A. Severini, S. Tyler, R. Eberle, W.E. Johnson, G.
Silvestri, I.N. Clarke, T. Lagergård, S.A. Lukehart, M. Unemo, W.M.
Shafer, R.P. Beasley, T. Bergström, P. Norberg, A.J. Davison, P.M. Sharp,
B.H. Hahn, and J. Blomberg. 2011. The evolution of infectious agents
in relation to sex in animals and humans: Brief discussions of some
individual organisms.
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
1230(1):74-107.
Reed, R.N., D. Giardina, T. Pernas, D. Hazelton, J. Giffin-Dozier, J. Prieto,
R.W. Snow, and
K.L. Krysko.
2011.
Python sebae
(Northern African
python or African Rock python). Size.
Herpetological Review
42:303.
Reitz, E.J.,
I.R. Quitmyer,
and D.H. Thomas, eds. 2012.
Seasonality and
Human Mobility Along the Georgia Bight
. American Museum of Natural
History Anthropological Papers, Number 97.
Rincon A.F., J.I. Bloch,
C. Suarez,
B.J. MacFadden,
and C. Jaramillo.
2012. New Florida tragulines (Mammalia, Camelidae) from the Early
Miocene Las Cascadas Formation, Panama.
Journal of Vertebrate
Paleontology
32:456-475.
Rochford, M.R.,
K.L. Krysko,
and K.P. Wray. 2011. The Marbled treefrog
(
Dendropsophus marmoratus
[Laurenti 1768]) (Hylidae), another
introduced amphibian species in Florida.
IRCF Reptiles & Amphibians
18:248.
Rose, K.D., S.G.B. Chester, R.H. Dunn, D.M. Boyer, and
J.I. Bloch.
2011.
New fossils of the oldest North American euprimate
Teilhardina brandti
(Omomyidae) from the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum.
American
Journal of Physical Anthropology
146:281-305.
Rosser, N., A.B. Phillimore, B. Huertas,
K.R. Willmott,
and J. Mallet.
2012. Testing historical explanations for gradients in species richness
in heliconiine butterflies of tropical America.
Biological Journal of the
Linnean Society
105:479-497. DOI:10.1111/j.1095-8312.2011.01814.x.
Rubinoff, D., M. San-Jose, and
A.Y. Kawahara.
2012. Phylogenetics
and species status of Hawaii’s endangered Blackburn’s Sphinx moth,
Manduca blackburni
(Lepidoptera: Sphingidae).
Pacific Science
66(1):31-41.
Santander-Neto, J., V. Faria, A. Castro, and
G.H. Burgess.
2011. New
record of the rare Ragged-Tooth shark
Odontaspis ferox
(Chondrichthyes:
Odontaspidae) from the south-west Atlantic identified using DNA bar
coding.
Marine Biodiversity Records
4:1-3.
Scientific Publications
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The Museum launched its live bat-cams at the UF Bat
House and Bat Barn, viewable at www.flmnh.ufl.edu/bats/.
The structures on Museum Road across from Lake Alice on
the UF campus are the world’s largest occupied bat houses.