Museum of Vertebrate Zoology Publications

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3382 Edwards, S. V. and A. C. Wilson. 1990. Phylogenetically informative length polymorphism and sequence variability in mitochondrial DNA of Australian songbirds (Pomatostomus). Genetics 126:695-711.

3383 Anonymous (written by D. B. Wake and H. J. Morowitz). 1991. Declining amphibian populations - global phenomenon? Findings and recommendations. Alytes 9:33-42.

3384 Wolf, J. O., W. Z. Lidicker, R. K. Chesser, and M. H. Smith. 1991. [REVIEW] Dispersal in rodents: a resident fitness hypothesis by P. K. Anderson. J. Mamm. 72:218-20.

3385 Laurance, W. F. 1991. Ecological correlates of extinction proneness in Australian tropical rain forest mammals. Cons. Biol. 5:79-89.

3386 Lidicker, W. Z., Jr. 1991. Lemmings - small travelers of the North. Pp. 182-3 in Fantastic Journeys - The marvels of animal migration (R. R. Baker, Ed.). Weldon Owen.

3387 Wake, D. B. 1991. Declining amphibian populations. Science 253:860.

3388 Sinervo, B. and J. B. Losos. 1991. Walking the tight rope: arboreal sprint performance among Sceloporus occidentalis lizard populations. Ecology 72:1225-33.

3389 Hooge, P. N. 1991. The effects of radio weight and harnesses on time budgets and movements of Acorn Woodpeckers. J. Field Ornithol. 62:230-238.

3390 Lidicker, W. Z., Jr. and R. S. Ostfeld. 1991. Extra-large body size in California voles: causes and fitness consequences. Oikos 61:108-121.

3391 Lidicker, W. Z., Jr. 1991. In defense of a multifactor perspective in population ecology. J. Mamm. 72:631-635.

3392 Pearson, O. P. and M. I. Christie. 1991. Sympatric species of Euneomys (Rodentia, Cricetidae). Studies Neotrop. Fauna Env. 26:121-127.

3393 Barlow, G. W. 1990. How do Midas cichlids choose their mates? Proc. Fifth Eur. Cong. "Biology of Cichlids".

3394 Koenig, W. D., M. T. Stanback, P. N. Hooge, and R. L. Mumme. 1991. Distress calls in the Acorn Woodpecker. Condor 93:637-643.

3395 Rogers, M. A. 1991. Evolutionary differentiation within the northern Great Basin pocket gopher, Thomomys townsendii. I. Morphological variation. Grt. Basin Nat. 51:109-126.

3396 Rogers, M. A. 1991. Evolutionary differentiation within the northern Great Basin pocket gopher, Thomomys townsendii. II. Genetic variation and biogeographic considerations. Grt. Basin Nat. 51:127-152.

3397 Laurance, W. F. 1991. Edge effects in tropical forest fragments: application of a model for the design of nature reserves. Biol. Cons. 57:205-219.

3398 Fish, F. E. and B. R. Stein. 1991. Functional correlates of differences in bone density among terrestrial and aquatic genera in the family Mustelidae (Mammalia). Zoomorphology 110:339-345.

3399 Stebbins, R. C. 1990. A desert at the crossroads. Pac. Discov. 43:3-37.

3400 Koenig, W. D., W. J. Carmen, M. T. Stanback, and R. L. Mumme. 1991. Determinants of acorn productivity among five species of oaks in central coastal California. Proc. Symp. Oak Wdlands. Hardwd. Rangeld. Mgmt. 1990:136-142.

3401 Mumme, R. L. and W. D. Koenig. 1991. Explanations for avian helping behavior. Trends Ecol. Evol. 6:343-344.

3402 Lidicker, W. Z., Jr. 1991. Introduced mammals in California. Pp. 263-271 in Biogeography of Mediterranean Invasions (R. H. Groves and F. di Castri, Eds.), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

3403 Holder, J. L., G. W. Barlow, and R. C. Francis. 1991. Differences in aggressiveness in the Midas Cichlid fish (Cichlasoma citrinellum) in relation to sex, reproductive state, and the individual. Ethology 88:297-306.

3404 Wake, D. B. 1991. Homoplasy: the result of natural selection, or evidence of design limitations? Am. Nat. 138:543-567.

3405 Ribble, D. O. 1991. The monogamous mating system of Peromyscus californicus as revealed by DNA fingerprinting. Beh. Ecol. Sociobiol. 29:161-166.

3406 Musser, G. G. and M. E. Holden. 1991. Sulawesi rodents (Muridae: Murinae): Morphological and geographical boundaries of species in the Rattus hoffmanni group and a new species from Pulau Peleng. Bull. Am. Mus. Nat. Hist. 206:322-413.

3407 Teer, J. G., D. L. Drawe, T. L. Blankenship, W. F. Andelt, R. S. Cook, J. G. Kie, F. F. Knowlton, and M. White. 1991. Deer and coyotes: The Welder experiments. Trans. 56th N. A. Wildl. & Nat. Res. Conf. 1991:550-560.

3408 Koenig, W. D. 1992. Protecting a territory of storage trees: the Acorn Woodpecker. Animals on Earth (Jan. 5-12, 1992) 29:7-137 - 7-139.

3409 Losos, J. B., R. M. Andrews, O. J. Sexton, and A. L. Schuler. 1991. Behavior, ecology, and locomotor performance of the Giant Anole, Anolis frenatus. Carib. J. Sci. 27:173-179.

3410 Johnson, N. K. and C. Cicero. 1991. Mitochondrial DNA sequence variability in two species of sparrows of the genus Amphispiza. Acta XX Congressus Internationalis Ornithologici:600-610.

3411 Johnson, N. K. and C. Cicero. 1991. Breeding birds. Pp. 361-436 in California Natural History Guides, 55: Natural History of the White-Inyo Range, Eastern California (C. A. Hall, Jr., Ed.), University of California Press, Berkeley.

3412 Patton, J. L. and M. F. Smith. 1992. mtDNA phylogeny of Andean mice: A test of diversification across ecological gradients. Evolution 46:174-183.

3413 Koenig, W. D. 1991. [REVIEW] Food Hoarding in Animals, by S. B. Vander Wall. J. Evol. Biol. 4:690.

3414 (not used)

3415 Dickinson, J. L. 1992. Scramble competition polygyny in the milkweed leaf beetle: combat, mobility, and the importance of being there. Beh. Ecol. 3:32-41.

3416 Lessa, E. P. 1992. Rapid surveying of DNA sequence variation in natural populations. Mol. Biol. Evol. 9:323-330.

3417 Smith, M. F., W. K. Thomas, and J. L. Patton. 1992. Mitochondrial DNA-like sequence in the nuclear genome of an akodontine rodent. Mol. Biol. Evol. 9:204-215.

3418 Johnson, N. K. and J. A. Marten. 1992. Macrogeographic patterns of morphometric and genetic variation in the Sage Sparrow complex. Condor 94:1-19.

3419 Stenseth, N. C. and W. Z. Lidicker, Jr., Eds. 1992. [BOOK] Dispersal: Small Mammals as a Model. Chapman and Hall Publ., London, England. 365 pp.

3420 Stenseth, N. C. and W. Z. Lidicker, Jr. 1992. The study of dispersal: a conceptual guide. Pp. 5-20 in Dispersal: Small Mammals as a Model (N. C. Stenseth and W. Z. Lidicker, Jr., Eds.), Chapman and Hall, London.

3421 Lidicker, W. Z., Jr. and N. C. Stenseth. 1992. To disperse or not to disperse: who does it and why? Pp. 21-36 in Dispersal: Small Mammals as a Model (N. C. Stenseth and W. Z. Lidicker, Jr., Eds.), Chapman and Hall, London.

3422 Stenseth, N. C. and W. Z. Lidicker, Jr. 1992. Presaturation and saturation dispersal fifteen years later: some theoretical considerations. Pp. 201-223 in Dispersal: Small Mammals as a Model (N. C. Stenseth and W. Z. Lidicker, Jr., Eds.), Chapman and Hall, London.

3423 Stenseth, N. C. and W. Z. Lidicker, Jr. 1992. Where do we stand methodologically about experimental design and methods of analysis in the study of dispersal? Pp. 295-318 in Dispersal: Small Mammals as a Model (N. C. Stenseth and W. Z. Lidicker, Jr., Eds.), Chapman and Hall, London.

3424 Stenseth, N. C. and W. Z. Lidicker, Jr. 1992. The use of radioisotopes in the study of dispersal - with a case study. Pp. 333-352 in Dispersal: Small Mammals as a Model (N. C. Stenseth and W. Z. Lidicker, Jr., Eds.), Chapman and Hall, London.

3425 Cox, P. A., T. Elmqvist, E. D. Pierson, and W. E. Rainey. 1991. Flying foxes as strong interactors in South Pacific island ecosystems: A conservation hypothesis. Cons. Biol. 5:448-454.

3426 Lidicker, W. Z., Jr., J. O. Wolff, L. N. Lidicker, and M. H. Smith. 1992. Utilization of a habitat mosaic by cotton rats during a population decline. Landscape Ecol. 6:259-268.

3427 Barlow, G. W. 1992. Is mating different in monogamous species? The Midas cichlid fish as a case study. Amer. Zool. 32:91-99.

3428 Graybeal, A. and K. de Queiroz. 1992. Inguinal amplexus in Bufo fastidiosus, with comments on the systematics of bufonid frogs. J. Herp. 26:84-87.

3429 Conant, R., R. C. Stebbins, and J. T. Collins. 1992. [BOOK] Peterson First Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians. Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 128 pp.

3430 Wake, M. H. 1992. Patterns of peripheral innervation of the tongue and hyobranchial apparatus in caecilians (Amphibia: Gymnophiona). J. Morph. 212:37-53.

3431 Wake, M. H. 1991. The impact of functional morphology and biomechanics on studies of evolutionary biology. ICSEB IV Proc.:555-557.

3432 Wake, D. B., P. Mabee, J. Hanken, and G. Wagner. 1991. Development and evolution--the emergence of a new field. ICSEB IV Proc.:582-588.

3433 Johnson, N. K. 1992. [REVIEW] Utah birds: historical perspectives and bibliography, by William H. Behle. Auk 109:210-211.

3434 Koenig, W. D., P. A. Gowaty, and J. L. Dickinson. 1992. Boxes, barns, and bridges: confounding factors or exceptional opportunities in ecological studies? Oikos 63:305-308.

3435 Koenig, W. D. 1991. Levels of female choice in the white-tailed skimmer Plathemis lydia (Odonata: Libellulidae). Behaviour 119:193-224.

3436 de Queiroz, K. 1992. Phylogenetic relationships and rates of allozyme evolution among the lineages of sceloporine sand lizards. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 45:333-362.

3437 Losos, J. B. 1992. A critical comparison of the taxon-cycle and character-displacement models for size evolution of Anolis lizards in the Lesser Antilles. Copeia 1992:279-288.

3438 Ribble, D. O. 1992. Dispersal in a monogamous rodent, Peromyscus californicus. Ecology 73:859-866.

3439 Lessa, E. P., M. F. Smith, and C. Orrego. 1992. A cool hot start for PCR amplifications. Ancient DNA Newsletter 1:1-3.

3440 Elmqvist, T., P. A. Cox, W. E. Rainey, and E. D. Pierson. 1992. Restricted pollination on oceanic islands: pollination of Ceiba pentandra by flying foxes in Samoa. Biotropica 24:15-23.

3441 Barlow, G. W. 1992. [REVIEW] Behavioral Ecology, Oxford Univ. Press, New York. Ethology 90:82-83.

3442 Wake, M. H. 1992. Biogeography of Mesoamerican caecilians (Amphibia: Gymnophiona). Tulane Stud. Zool. Bot. Suppl. Pub. 1:321-325.

3443 Wake, D. B., T. J. Papenfuss, and J. F. Lynch. 1992. Distribution of salamanders along elevational transects in Mexico and Guatemala. Tulane Stud. Zool. Bot. Suppl. Pub. 1:321-325.

3444 Wake, M. H. 1992. Evolutionary scenarios, homology and convergence of structural specializations for vertebrate viviparity. Am. Zool. 32:256-263.

3445 Koenig, W. D., F. A. Pitelka, W. J. Carmen, R. L. Mumme, and M. T. Stanback. 1992. The evolution of delayed dispersal in cooperative breeders. Qtr. Rev. Biol. 67:111-150.

3446 Ribble, D. O. 1992. Lifetime reproductive success and its correlates in the monogamous rodent, Peromyscus californicus. J. Anim. Ecol. 61:457-468.

3447 Wootton, J. T. and D. A. Bell. 1992. A metapopulation model of the Peregrine Falcon in California: viability and management strategies. Ecol. Appl. 2:307-321.

3448 Bell, D. A. 1988. Successful nesting of shaheen falcon Falcon peregrinus peregrinator in Tamil Nadu. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. 87:291-292.

3449 Pitelka, F. A. 1992. [REVIEW] Seabirds of Hawaii: Natural history and conservation, by Craig S. Harrison (Cornell Univ. Press, Ithaca, NY). Qtr. Rev. Biol. 67:223.

3450 Jones, Jr., J. K. 1992. Genealogy of twentieth-century systematic mammalogists in North America: the descendants of Joseph Grinnell. Pp. 48-56 in Latin American Mammalogy: History, Biodiversity, and Conservation (M. A. Mares and D. J. Schmidly, Eds.), Univ. Oklahoma Press.

3451 Smith, J. I. and H.-T. Yu. 1992. The association between vocal characteristics and habitat type in Taiwanese passerines. Zool. Sci. 9:659-664.

3452 Pearson, O. P. 1992. Reproduction in a South American mouse, Abrothrix longipilis. Anat. Rec. 234:73-88.

3453 Eichholz, M. W. and W. D. Koenig. 1992. Gopher snake attraction to birds' nests. Southw. Nat. 37:293-298.

3454 Tucker, P. K., R. D. Sage, J. Warner, A. C. Wilson, and E. M. Eicher. 1992. Abrupt cline for sex chromosomes in a hybrid zone between two species of mice. Evolution 45:1146-1163.

3455 Pierson, E. D. and W. E. Rainey. 1992. The biology of flying foxes of the genus Pteropus: A review. Pp. 1-17 in Pacific Island Flying Foxes: Proc. of an Int'l. Cons. Conf., Biol. Rep. 90, US Dept. of the Int., Fish & Wild. Svc.

3456 Rainey, W. E. and E. D. Pierson. 1992. Distribution of Pacific island flying foxes. Pp. 111-121 in Pacific Island Flying Foxes: Proc. of an Int'l. Cons. Conf. (Biol. Rep. 90, US Dept. of the Int., Fish & Wild. Svc.).

3457 Cox, P. A., T. Elmqvist, E. D. Pierson, and W. E. Rainey. 1992. Flying foxes as pollinators and seed dispersers in Pacific island ecosystems. Pp. 18-23 in Pacific Island Flying Foxes: Proc. of an Int'l. Cons. Conf. (Biol. Rep. 90, US Dept. of the Int., Fish & Wild. Svc.).

3458 Dickinson, J. L. and P. P. Rabenold. 1992. Dispelling the skinny well myth. Fingerprint News 4:3-4.

3459 Barlow, G. W. 1992. Behavior. P. 240 in Dictionary of Science and Technology, Academic Press, San Diego.

3460 Birkhead, T. R., K. Clarkson, M. D. Reynolds, and W. D. Koenig. 1992. Copulation and mate guarding in the yellow-billed magpie Pico nuttalli and a comparison with the black-billed magpie P. pica. Behavior 121:110-130.

3461 Lessa, E. P. and M. H. Wake. 1992. Morphometric analysis of the skull of Dermophis mexicanus (Amphibia: Gymnophiona). Zool. J. Linn. Soc. 106:1-15.

3462 Good, D. A. and D. B. Wake. 1992. Geographic variation and speciation in the torrent salamanders of the genus Rhyacotriton (Caudata: Rhyacotritonidae). Univ. Calif. Publs. Zool. 126:1-91.

3463 Wake, D. B. 1992. An integrated approach to evolutionary studies of salamanders. Pp. 163-177 in Herpetology: Current Research on the Biology of Amphibians and Reptiles (K. Adler, Ed.). Proc. 1st World Cong. Herp., Soc. Study Amph. Rept., Oxford, OH.

3464 Stanback, M. T. and W. D. Koenig. 1992. Cannibalism in birds. Pp. 277-298 in Cannibalism: Ecology and Evolution among Diverse Taxa (M. A. Elgar and B. J. Crespi, Eds.), Oxford University Press, Oxford.

3465 Wake, D. B. 1992. Homoplasy: the result of natural selection, or evidence of design limitations? Pp. 175-203 in The Principles of Organization in Organisms (J. E. Mittenthal and A. B. Baskin, Eds.). Proc. Vol. XIII, Santa Fe Institute Studies in the Sciences of Complexity. Addison-Wesley Publ. Co., Reading, MA. (Slight revision and republication of #3404 Homoplasy: the result of natural selection, or evidence of design limitations? Am. Nat. 1991, 138:543-567).

3466 Moritz, C., C. J. Schneider, and D. B. Wake. 1992. Evolutionary relationships within the Ensatina eschscholtzii complex confirm the ring species interpretation. Sys. Biol. 41:273-291.

3467 James, C. D. and J. B. Losos. 1991. Diet and reproductive biology of the Australian sand-swimming lizards, Eremiascincus (Scincidae). Wildl. Res. 18:641-654.

3468 Dickinson, J. L. 1992. Egg cannibalism by larvae and adults of the milkweed leaf beetle (Labidomera clivicollis, Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Ecol. Ent. 17:209-218.

3469 Tan, A.-M. and C. Orrego. 1992. DNA stabilization and amplification from museum collections of extracts originally intended for allozyme analysis. Mol. Ecol. 1:195-197.

3470 Wake, M. H. 1992. "Regressive" evolution of special sensory organs in caecilians (Amphibia: Gymnophiona): Opportunity for morphological innovation. Zool. Jb. Anat. 122:325-329.

3471 James, C. D., J. B. Losos, and D. R. King. 1992. Reproductive biology and diets of goannas (Reptilia: Varanidae) from Australia. J. Herp. 26:128-136.

3472 Wake, M. H. 1992. Morphology, the study of form and function, in modern evolutionary biology. Pp. 289-346 in Oxford Surveys in Evolutionary Biology (D. Futuyma and J. Antonovics, Eds.), Oxford University Press, New York.

3473 Lara, M., M. A. Bogan, and R. Cerquiera. 1992. Sex and age components of variation in Proechimys cuvieri (Rodentia: Echimyidae) from northern Brazil. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 105:882-893.

3474 Pierson, E. D. and M. H. Stack. 1988. Methods of body composition analysis. Pp. 387-403 in Ecological and Behavioral Methods for the Study of Bats (T. H. Kunz, Ed.), Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C.

3475 Cicero, C. and N. K. Johnson. 1992. Genetic differentiation between populations of Hutton's vireo (Aves: Vireonidae) in disjunct allopatry. Southw. Nat. 37:344-348.

3476 Lessa, E. P. and B. R. Stein. 1992. Morphological constraints in the digging apparatus of pocket gophers (Mammalia: Geomyidae). Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 47:439-453.

3477 Burke, T., W. E. Rainey, and T. J. White. 1991. Molecular variation and ecological problems. Pp. 229-254 in Genes in Ecology, the 33rd Symposium of the British Ecological Society, University of East Anglia (R. J. Berry, T. J. Crawford, and G. M. Hewitt, Eds.), Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford.

3478 Wake, M. H. 1992. Reproduction in caecilians. Pp. 112-120 (Chapter 8) in Reproductive Biology of South American Vertebrates (W. C. Hamlett, Ed.), Springer-Verlag, New York.

3479 Stein, B. R. 1993. Comparative hind limb morphology in geomyine and thomomyine pocket gophers. J. Mamm. 74:86-94.

3480 Brylski, P. 1990. Development and evolution of the carotid circulation in geomyid rodents in relationship to their craniomorphology. J. Morph. 204:33-45.

3481 Brodie, E. D., III. 1993. Differential avoidance of coral snake banded patterns by free-ranging avian predators in Costa Rica. Evolution 47:227-235.

3482 Laurance, W. F. 1992. Abundance estimates of small mammals in Australian tropical rainforest: a comparison of four trapping methods. Wildl. Res. 19:651-5.

3483 Patton, J. L. and M. F. Smith. 1992. Evolution and systematics of akodontine rodents (Muridae: Sigmodontinae) of Peru, with emphasis on the genus Akodon. Mem. Mus. Hist. Nat., UNMSM (Lima) 21:83-103.

3484 Harris, E., M. Lopez, J. Arevalo, J. Bellatin, A. Belli, J. Moran, and C. Orrego. 1993. Short courses on DNA detection and amplification for public health in Central and South America: the democratization of molecular biology. Biochem. Educ. 21:16-22.

3485 Branch, L. C. 1993. Social organization and mating system of the plains viscacha (Lagostomus maximus). J. Zool., Lond. 229:473-491.

3486 Patton, J. L. and M. F. Smith. 1993. Molecular evidence for mating asymmetry and female choice in a pocket gopher (Thomomys) hybrid zone. Mol. Ecol. 2:3-8.

3487 Wake, M. H. 1993. Two-career couples -- attitudes and opportunities. Bioscience 43:238-240.

3488 Pearson, O. P. and M. I. Christie. 1993. Rodent guano (amberat) from caves in Argentina. Studies Neotrop. Fauna Env. 28:105-111.

3489 Bolker, J. A. 1993. The mechanism of gastrulation in the white sturgeon. J. Exp. Zool. 266:132-145.

3490 Bolker, J. A. 1993. Gastrulation and mesoderm morphogenesis in the white sturgeon. J. Exp. Zool 266:116-131.

3491 Edwards, S. V. and S. Naeem. 1993. The phylogenetic component of cooperative breeding in perching birds. Am. Nat. 141:754-789.

3492 Groth, J. G. 1993. Evolutionary differentiation in morphology, vocalizations, and allozymes among nomadic sibling species in the North American Red Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra) complex. Univ. Calif. Publs. Zool. 127:1-143.

3493 Lessa, E. P. and G. Applebaum. 1993. Screening techniques for detecting allelic variation in DNA sequences. Mol. Ecol. 2:119-129.

3494 Cicero, C. 1993. Vulnerability of prey stimulates attacks by jays and shrikes on adult birds. West. Birds 24:101-102.

3495 Lidicker, W. Z. 1993. [REVIEW] The Great Bear: Contemporary Writings on the Grizzly (J. A. Murray, Ed.). Q. Rev. Biol. 68:287.

3496 Stanback, M. T. 1991. A reassessment of avian food caching. Bird Behav. 9:1-6.

3497 Pearson, O. and H. A. Lagiglia. 1992. "Fuerte de San Rafael": una localidad tipo ilusoria. Rev. Mus. Hist. Nat. San Rafael 12:35-43.

3498 Wake, M. H. 1993. Non-traditional characters in the assessment of caecilian phylogenetic relationships. Herp. Monog. 7:42-55.

3499 Wake, D. B. and S. B. Marks. 1993. Development and evolution of plethodontid salamanders: a review of prior studies and a prospectus for future research. Herpetologica 49:194-203.

3500 Staub, N. L. 1993. Intraspecific agonistic behavior of the salamander Aneides flavipunctatus (Amphibia: Plethodontidae) with comparisons to other plethodontid species. Herpetologica 49:271-282.

3501 Wake, D. B. 1993. Phylogenetic and taxonomic issues relating to salamanders of the family Plethodontidae. Herpetologica 49:229-237.

3502 Wake, M. H. 1993. The skull as a locomotor organ. Pp. 197-240 in The Skull, Vol. 3, Functional and Evolutionary Mechanisms (J. Hanken & B. K. Hall, Eds.), Univ. Chicago Press, Chicago.

3503 Neal, T. J. 1993. A test of the function of juvenile color patterns in the pomacentrid fish Hypsypops rubicundus (Teleostei: Pomacentridae). Pac. Sci. 47:240-247.

3504 Roth, G., K. C. Nishikawa, C. Naujoks-Manteuffel, A. Schmidt, and D. B. Wake. 1993. Paedomorphosis and simplification in the nervous system of salamanders. Brain Behav. Evol. 42:137-170.

3505 Wake, M. H. 1993. Evolution of oviductal gestation in amphibians. J. Exp. Zool. 266:394-413.

3506 Edwards, S. V. 1993. Long-distance gene flow in a cooperative breeder detected in genealogies of mitochondrial DNA. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. 252:177-185.

3507 Schwenk, K. and D. B. Wake. 1993. Prey processing in Leurognathus marmoratus and the evolution of form and function in desmognathine salamanders (Plethodontidae). Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 49:141-162.

3508 Chapin III, F. S., K. Autumn, and F. Pugnaire. 1993. Evolution of suites of traits in response to environmental stress. Am. Nat. 142:S78-S92.

3509 Good, D. A. and D. B. Wake. 1993. Systematic studies of the Costa Rican moss salamanders, genus Nototriton, with descriptions of three new species. Herp. Monog. 7:131-159.

3510 Johnson, N. K. 1993. [REVIEW] Molt of the genus Spizella (Passeriformes, Emberizidae) in relation to ecological factors affecting plumage wear, by E. J. Willoughby. Wilson Bull. 105:541-542.

3511 Johnson, N. K. and R. E. Jones. 1993. The green jay turns blue in Peru: interrelated aspects of the annual cycle in the arid tropical zone. Wilson Bull. 105:388-398.

3512 Koenig, W. D. 1993. [REVIEW] The Ostrich Communal Nesting System, B. C. R. Bertram. Condor 95:762-763.

3513 Beckman, K. B., M. F. Smith, and C. Orrego. 1993. Purification of mitochondrial DNA with Wizard Minipreps DNA Purification System. Promega Notes 43:10-13.

3514 Smith, H. M. and D. B. Wake. 1993. Hydromantes Gistel, 1848 (Amphibia, Caudata): proposed designation of Salamandra genei Temminck & Schlegel, 1838 as the type species. Bull. Zool. Nomen. 50:219-223.

3515 Smith, H. M. and D. B. Wake. 1993. Hemidactyliini Hallowell, 1856 (Amphibia, Caudata): proposed conservation. Bull. Zool. Nomen. 50:129-132.

3516 Orrego, C. and F. Agudelo-Silva. 1993. Genetic variation in the parasitoid wasp Trichogramma (Hymenoptera: Trichogrammatidae) revealed by DNA amplification of a section of the nuclear ribosomal repeat. Florida Ent. 76:519-524.

3517 Hanken, J. and D. B. Wake. 1993. Miniaturization of body size: organismal consequences and evolutionary significance. Annu. Rev. Ecol. Syst. 24:501-19.

3518 Yu, H.-T. 1993. Natural history of small mammals of subtropical montane areas in central Taiwan. J. Zool., Lond. 231:403-422.

3519 Wake, D. B. 1993. Brainstem organization and branchiomeric nerves. Acta Anat. 148:124-131.

3520 Villablanca, F. X. 1994. Spatial and temporal aspects of populations revealed by mitochondrial DNA. Pp. 31-58 in Ancient DNA (B. Herrmann and S. Hummel, Eds.), Springer-Verlag, NY.

3521 da Silva, M. N. F. and J. L. Patton. 1993. Amazonian phylogeography: mtDNA sequence variation in arboreal echimyid rodents (Caviomorpha). Mol. Phylo. Evol. 2:243-255.

3522 Graybeal, A. 1993. The phylogenetic utility of cytochrome b: lessons from bufonid frogs. Molec. Phylo. Evol. 2:256-269.

3523 Pacheco, V., B. D. Patterson, J. L. Patton, L. H. Emmons, S. Solari and C. F. Ascorra. 1993. List of mammal species known to occur in Manu Biosphere Reserve, Peru. Pub. Mus. Hist. Nat. UNMSM 44:1-12.

3524 Wake, M. H. 1993. Evolutionary diversification of cranial and spinal nerves and their targets in the gymnophione amphibians. Acta Anat. 148:160-168.

3525 Francis, R. C. and G. W. Barlow. 1993. Social control of primary sex differentiation in the Midas cichlid. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 90:10673-10675.

3526 Pitelka, L. F. and F. A. Pitelka. 1993. Environmental decision making: multidimensional dilemmas. Ecol. Appl. 3:566-568.

3527 Koenig, W. D., R. L. Mumme, W. J. Carmen, and M. T. Stanback. 1994. Acorn production by oaks in central coastal California. Ecology 75:99-109.

3528 Pitelka, F. A. 1993. Academic family tree for Loye and Alden Miller. Condor 95:1065-1067.

3529 Pitelka, F. A. and G. O. Batzli. 1993. Distribution, abundance and habitat use by lemmings on the north slope of Alaska. Pp. 213-236 in The Biology of Lemmings, Linn. Soc. London.

3530 Barlow, G. W. 1993. Fish behavioral ecology: pros, cons and opportunities. Mar. Behav. Physiol. 23:7-27.

3531 Barlow, G. W. 1993. The puzzling paucity of feeding territories among freshwater fishes. Mar. Behav. Physiol. 23:155-174.

3532 Smith, M. F. and J. L. Patton. 1993. The diversification of South American murid rodents: evidence from mitochondrial DNA sequence data for the akodontine tribe. Biol. Jour. Linn. Soc. 50:149-177.

3533 Mire, J. B. and L. Millett. 1994. Size of mother does not determine size of eggs or fry in the Owens pupfish, Cyprinodon radiosus. Copeia 1994:100-107.

3534 Collazo, A. and S. B. Marks. 1994. Development of Gyrinophilus porphyriticus: identification of the ancestral developmental pattern in the salamander family Plethodontidae. Jour. Exp. Zool. 268:239-258.

3535 Koenig, W. D. 1993. Woodpeckers: Family Picidae. Pp. 243-244 in The Marin County Breeding Bird Atlas: A Distributional and Natural History of Coastal California, by W. D. Shuford. Bushtit Books, Bolinas, CA.

3536 Greene, H. W. 1994. Systematics and natural history, foundations for understanding and conserving biodiversity. Am. Zool. 34:48-56.

3537 Barlow, G. W. 1994. [REVIEW] Behaviour of Teleost Fishes, Second Edition (T. J. Pitcher, ed.), Chapman & Hall, London. Rev. Fish Biol. Fish. 4:126-139.

3538 Blaustein, A. R., D. B. Wake, and W. P. Sousa. 1994. Amphibian declines: judging stability, persistence, and susceptibility of populations to local and global extinctions. Cons. Biol. 8:60-71.

3539 Autumn, K., R. B. Weinstein, and R. J. Full. 1994. Low cost of locomotion increases performance at low temperature in a nocturnal lizard. Physiol. Zool. 67:238-262.

3540 Graybeal, A. 1994. [REVIEW] E. C. Dudley, ed., The unity of evolutionary biology: proceedings of the Fourth International Congress of Systematic and Evolutionary Biology, Volumes 1 and 2, 1991. Syst. Biol. 43:136-139.

3541 Patton, J. L. and M. F. Smith. 1994. Paraphyly, polyphyly, and the nature of species boundaries in pocket gophers (genus Thomomys). Syst. Biol. 43:11-26.

3542 Laurance, W. F. 1993. The pre-European and present distributions of Antechinus godmani (Marsupialia: Dasyuridae), a restricted rainforest endemic. Aust. Mamm. 16:23-27.

3543 Edwards, S. V. 1993. Mitochondrial gene genealogy and gene flow among island and mainland populations of a sedentary songbird, the grey-crowned babbler (Pomatostomus temporalis). Evolution 47:1118-1137.

3544 Pearson, A. K., O. P. Pearson, and I. A. Gomez. 1994. Biology of the bamboo Chusquea culeou (Poacea: Bambusoideae) in southern Argentina. Vegetatio 111:93-126.

3545 Dickinson, J. L. 1993. [REVIEW] Parent-offspring conflict and its resolution in the European starling, by E. Litovich and H. W. Power, 1992. Auk 110:661-662.

3546 Laurance, William F. 1994. Rainforest fragmentation and the structure of small mammal communities in tropical Queensland. Biol. Cons. 69:23-32.

3547 Johnson, Ned K. 1993. Pioneering and natural expansion of breeding distributions in western North American birds. Studies in Avian Biology 15:27-44.

3548 Johnson, Ned K. and Joseph Jehl, Jr. 1994. A century of avifaunal change in western North America: overview. Studies in Avian Biology 15:1-3.

3549 Wake, Marvalee H. 1994. The Use of Unconventional Morphological Characters in Analysis of Systematic Patterns and Evolutionary Processes. Pp. 173-200 in Interpreting the Hierarchy of Nature - From Systematic Patterns to Evolutionary Process (L. Grande and O. Rieppel, eds.). Academic Press, New York.

3550 Wang, Y. and Keller Autumn. 1990. Home range size and spatial distribution of Phrynocephalus przewalskii, P. axillaris and Eremias velox. Pp. 125-132 in Zhao, E. (ed.). From water onto land - a volume to commemorate the ninetieth birthday of the late professor Liu Cheng-zhao. CSSAR, Chengdu, Sichuan, China. 454 pp. [In Chinese; English abstract].

3551 Johnson, Ned K. 1993. [REVIEW] Handbook of the Birds of the World, Volume 1, edited by Josep del Hoyo, Andrew Elliott, and Jordi Sargatal, 1992. The Auk 110(4):959-960.

3552 Stanback, Mark T. 1994. Dominance within broods of the cooperatively breeding acorn woodpecker. Anim. Behav. 47:1121-1126.

3553 Stanback, Mark T. and Walter D. Koenig. 1994. Techniques for capturing birds inside natural cavities. J. Field Ornithol. 64(1):70-75.

3554 Lidicker, William Z., Jr. 1994. Population Ecology. In Seventy-five years of Mammalogy (1919-1994). Special Publication No. 11, the American Society of Mammalogists (E.C. Birney and J.R. Choate, eds.), pp. 323-347.

3555 Barlow, George. 1994. [REVIEW] Rhythms in Fishes: Proceedings of A NATO Advanced Study Institute on Rythms in Fishes, Montreal, Quebec, CANADA, 4-17 August 1991 (M.A. Ali, ed), 1992, Plenum Press, New York, New York and London, England. Copeia, 1994, No. 2.

3556 Pearson, Oliver P. and G. J. Kenagy. 1994. Reproduction. In Seventy-five years of Mammalogy (1919-1994). Special Publication No. 11, the American Society of Mammalogists (E.C. Birney and J.R. Choate, eds.), pp. 271-287.

3557 Graybeal, Anna. 1994. Evaluating the phylogenetic utility of genes: a search for genesis informative about deep divergences among vertebrates. Syst. Biol. 43(2):174-193.

3558 Patton, James L. and Duke S. Rogers. 1993. Biochemical Genetics. In Biology of the Heteromyidae, Special Publication No. 10, The American Society of Mammalogists (H.H. Genoways and James H. Brown, eds.), pp. 259-269.

3559 Roth, Gerhard, Jens Blanke and David B. Wake. 1994. Cell size predicts morphological complexity in the brains of frogs and salamanders. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 91:4796-4800.

3560 Darda, David M. 1994. Allozyme variation and morphological evolution among Mexican salamanders of the genus Chiropterotriton (Caudata: Plethodontidae). Herpetologica 50:164-187.

3561 Greene, Harry W. 1992. The ecological & behavioral context for pitviper evolution. In Biology of the Pitvipers, 1992 (J.A. Campbell & E.D. Brodie, Jr., eds.), Selva, Tyler, TX.

3562 Cadle, John E. and Harry W. Greene. 1993. Phylogenetic patterns, biogeography, and the ecological structure of neotropical snake assemblages. In Species Diversity in Ecological Communities: historical and geographical perspectives (R.E. Ricklefs & D. Schleter, eds.), Univ. of Chicago Press.

3563 Greene, Harry W. 1994. Homology and behavioral repertoires. Chapter 11 in HOMOLOGY: The Hierarchical Basis of Comparative Biology (B.K. Hall, ed.), Academic Press, San Diego.

3564 Tucker, Priscilla K., Richard D. Sage, John Warner, Allan C. Wilson, and Eva M. Eicher. 1992. Abrupt cline for sex chromosomes in a hybrid zone between two species of mice. Evolution 46:1146-1163.

3565 Greene, Harry W. 1993. Unelevated vertebrates, [REVIEW] Snakes (Richard A. Seigel and Joseph T. Collins, eds.), McGraw Hill, New York. Science 262:1282.

3566 Tan, An-Ming. 1994. Chromosomal variation in the northwestern American newts of the genus Taricha (Caudata: Salamandridae). Chromosome Research 2:281-292.

3567 Patton, J.L. and Duke S. Rogers. 1993. Cytogenetics. In Biology of Heteromyid Rodents (H.H. Genoways and J.H. Brown, eds.), Spec. Publ. Amer. Soc. Mammal.

3568 Wake, Marvalee H. 1994. The International Union of Biological Sciences and its United States National Committee. BioScience 44:422-423.

3569 Wake, David B. 1994. Comparative terminology, [REVIEW] Homology: The Hierarchical Basis of Comparative Biology (Brian K. Hall, ed.). Science 265:268-269

3570 Collazo, Andrés, Jessica A. Bolker and Ray Keller. 1994. A phylogenetic perspective on teleost gastrulation. Am. Nat. 144:133-152.

3571 Ainley, D.G., R.E. Jones, R. Stallcup, D.J. Long, G.W. Page, L.T. Jones, L.E. Stenzel, R.L. LeValley and L.B. Spear. 1993. Beached Marine Birds and Mammals of the North American West Coast: A Revised Guide to their Census and Identification, with Supplemental Keys to Beached Sea Turtles and Sharks. Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary, NOAA, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA.

3572 Roberts, Wendy E. 1994. Explosive breeding aggregations and parachuting in a neotropical frog, Agalychnis saltator (Hylidae). J. Herp 28:193-199.

3573 Jehl, Joseph R., Jr. and Ned K. Johnson. 1994. [REVIEW] The Birds of North America: Life Histories for the 21st Century (A. Poole, P. Stettenheim, and F. Gill, eds.), 1992-1993, Volume 1, Nos. 1-40. The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, PA. Condor 96:833-839.

3574 Hanken, James and David B. Wake. 1994. Five new species of minute salamanders, genus Thorius (Caudata: Phethodontidae), from northern Oaxaca, Mexico. Copeia 1994:573-590.

3575 Wake, Marvalee H. 1994. Comparative morphology of caecilian sperm (Amphibia: Gymnophiona). J. Morphol. 221:261-276.

3576 Rodríguez-Robles, Javier A. 1994. Are the Duvernoy's gland secretions of colubrid snakes venoms? J. Herp. 28:388-390.

3577 Du Plessis, Morne A., W.W. Weathers and W.D. Koenig. 1994. Energetic benefits of communal roosting by acorn woodpeckers during the nonbreeding season. Condor 96:631-637.

3578 Cicero, Carla and Ned K. Johnson. 1994. Mitochondrial DNA divergence at the cytochrome B locus in sapsuckers. J. für Ornithologie 135:351.

3579 Koenig, W.D. 1994. [REVIEW] The natural history of inbreeding and outbreeding. J. Wildlife Management 58:797-798.

3580 Wake, David B. 1994. [Foreword] Measuring and monitoring biological diversity standard methods for amphibians (W. Ronald Heyer... et al., eds.) Smithsonian Institution Press.

3581 Griffin, James R. 1994. Flora of Hastings Reservation Carmel Valley, California (Robert Berman and Mark R. Stromberg, eds.), third edition.

3582 Koenig, W. D., Janis L. Dickinson, Andrew G. Horn, Marty L. Leonard and Kevin L. Teather. 1994. Provisioning in western bluebirds is not related to offspring sex. Behav. Ecol. 5:455-459.

3583 Mustrangi, Meika A. 1994. Marmosops scapulatus Burmeister, 1856, and the brown mutation in didelphids (Marsupialia). Z. Säugetierkunde 59:252-254.

3584 Bolker, J.A. 1994. Comparison of gastrulation in frogs and fish. Amer Zool 34:313-322.

3585 Johnson, Ned K. 1994. Old-school taxonomy versus modern biosystematics: species-level decisions in Stelgidopteryx and Empidonax. Auk 111:773-780.

3586 Pearson, Oliver P. 1994. The impact of an eruption of Volcan Hadson on small mammals in Argentine Patagonia. Mastozoologia Neotropical 1:103-112.

3587 Pearson, Oliver P. and Anita K. Pearson. 1993. La fauna de mamiferos pequeños de Cueva Traful I, Argentina: pasado y presente. Praeititstoria, Buenos Aires, 1:211-224

3588 Deban, Stephen M., James C. O'Reilly and Tad Theimer. 1994. Mechanism of defensive inflation in the chuckwalla, Sauromalus obesus. J. Exper. Zool. 270:451-459.

3589 Barlow, George W. and Paul Siri. 1994. Polychromatic midas cichlids respond to dummy opponents: color, contrast and contest. Behaviour 130:1-2.

3590 Roberts, Wendy E. 1994. How many students know, how many species are on earth? Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 75:268-269.

3591 Jackman,Todd R. and David B. Wake 1994. Evolutionary and historical analysis of protein variation in the blotched forms of salamanders of the Ensatina complex (Amphibia: Plethodontidae). Evolution 48:876-897.

3592 Wake, David and Hobart M. Smith. 1994. Comment on the proposed conservation of Hemidactyliini Hallowell, 1856 (Amphibia, Caudata) Bull. Zool. Nomen. 51:341-342.

3593 Koenig, Walter D., Johannes M.H. Knops, William J. Carmen, Mark T. Stanback, and Ronald L. Mumme. 1994. Estimating acorn crops using visual surveys. Canad. J. Forest Res. 24:2105-2112.

3594 Barlow, George. 1994. A fish for all reasons. [Review] The Evolutionary Biology of the Threespine Stickleback, edited by Michael A. Bell and Susan A. Foster, Oxford University Press. Quart. Rev. Biol. 69:494-498.

3595 Yu, Hon-Tsen. 1994. Distribution and abundance of small mammals along a subtropical elevational gradient in central Taiwan. J. Zool. 234:577-600.

3596 Wake, David B. 1994. [Review] Herpetology of China, by Er-mi Zhao and Kraig Adler. 1993. Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, in Cooperation with Chinese Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles. Oxford, Ohio. Copeia 1994:1065-1066.

3597 Knops, Johannes M. H., James R. Griffin and Anne C. Royalty. 1995. Introduced and native plants of the Hastings Reservation, central coastal California: a comparison. Biol. Cons. 71:115-123.

3598 Patton, James L., Maria Nazareth F. Da Silva, and Jay R. Malcolm. 1994. Gene genealogy and differentiation among arboreal spiny rats (Rodentia: Echimyidae) of the Amazon basin: a test of the riverine barrier hypothesis. Evolution 48:1314-1323.

3599 Greene, Harry W. 1994. [Review] The right stuff, by Edward O. Wilson. 1994. Island Press/Shearwater Books, Washington, DC. Science 266:1261-1262.

3600 Knops, Johannes M.H. and Walter D. Koenig. 1994. Water use strategies of five sympatric species of Quercus in central coastal California. Madroño 41:290-301.

3601 Wake, David B. and Jacques Castanet. 1995. A skeletochronological study of growth and age in relation to adult size in Batrachoseps attenuatus. J. Herp. 29:60-65.

3602 Wake, Marvalee H. 1995. The spermatogenic cycle of Dermophis mexicanus (Amphibia: Gymnophiona). J. Herp. 29:119-122.

3603 Garcia-Paris, Mario and Stephen M. Deban. 1995. A novel antipredator mechanism in salamanders: rolling escape in Hydromantes platycephalus. J. Herp. 29:149-151.

3604 Leal, Manuel, and Javier A. Rodríguez-Robles. 1995. Antipredator responses of Anolis cristatellus (Sauria: Polychrotidae). Copeia 1995:155-161.

3605 Blaustein, Andrew R. and David B. Wake. 1995. The puzzle of declining amphibian population. Scientific American 272(4): 56-61. (Pourquoi les grenouilles disparaissent. Pour la Science, July 1995 213:58-64).

3606 Johnson, Ned K. 1995. Seven avifaunal censuses spanning one-half century on an island of white firs (Abies concolor) in the Mojave Desert. Southw. Nat. 40:76-85.

3607 Patton, James L. 1993. Hybridization and hybrid zones in pocket gophers (Rodentia, Geomyidae). pp: 290-308 in Hybrid Zones and the Evolutionary Process, (Richard G. Harrison, ed.) Oxford Univ. Press.

3608 Patton, James L. 1993. Family Geomyidae. pp:469-476 in Mammal Species of the World, 2nd Ed., (Don E. Wilson and DeeAnn M. Reeder, eds.) Smithsonian Institution Press.

3609 Patton, James L. 1993. Family Heteromyidae. pp:477-486 in Mammal Species of the World, 2nd Ed., (Don E. Wilson and DeeAnn M. Reeder, eds.) Smithsonian Institution Press.

3610 Johnson, Ned K. 1995. Ornithology at the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, University of California, Berkeley. 8:183-221 in Contributions to the history of North American ornithology. Memoirs of the Nuttall Ornithological Club, No. 12, (William E. Davis, Jr. and Jerome A. Jackson, eds.) Cambridge, Massachusetts.

3611 Charland, M. Brent. 1995. Sigma Plot for scientists. [BOOK] Pp. 376. Wm. C. Brown Communications, Dubuque, Iowa.

3612 Banack, Sandra Anne, Gilbert S. Grant and Pepper Trail. 1994. Decline of the sheath-tailed bat Emballonura semicaudata (Chiroptera: Emballonuridae) on American Samoa. Micronesica 27:133-137.

3613 Wassersug, Richard J. and David B. Wake. 1995. Fossil tadpoles from the Miocene of Turkey. Alytes 12:145-157.

3614 Wake, David B. 1995. Amphibians, Major Amphibian Groups, Caudata (salamanders and newts) 13:424-428, 435 in The New Encyclopaedia Britannica, 15th Ed. (revised), Chicago.

3615 Lidicker, W.Z., Jr. and M. Salvioni. 1995. Social organization and space use in California voles: seasonal, sexual, and age-specific strategies. Oecologia (Berlin) 101:426-438.

3616 Groth, Jeffrey G. 1992. Further information on the genetics of bill crossing in Crossbills. Auk 109:383-385.

3617 Collazo, Andrés. 1994. Molecular heterochrony in the pattern of fibronectin expression during gastrulation in amphibians. Evolution 48:2037-2045.

3618 Lidicker, William Z., Jr. 1994. A spatially explicit approach to vole population processes. Polish Ecological Studies 20:215-225.

3619 Yu, Hon-Tsen. 1995. Patterns of diversification and genetic population structure of small mammals in Taiwan. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 55:69-89.

3620 Graybeal, Anna and David C. Cannatella. 1995. A new taxon of Bufonidae from Peru, with descriptions of two new species and a review of the phylogenetic status of supraspecific bufonid taxa. Herpetologica 51:105-131.

3621 Graybeal, Anna. 1995. Naming species. Syst. Biol. 44:237-250.

3622 Patton, James L. and Maria Nazareth F. da Silva. 1995. A review of the spiny mouse genus Scolomys (Rodentia: Muridae: Sigmodontinae) with the description of a new species from the western Amazon of Brazil. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 108:319-337.

3623 Autumn, Kellar and Dale F. De Nardo. 1995. Behavioral thermoregulation increases growth rate in a nocturnal lizard. J. Herp. 29:157-162.

3624 Wake, Marvalee H. 1994. Caecilians (Amphibia: Gymnophiona) in captivity. Pp. 223-228 in Captive Management and Conservation of Amphibians and Reptiles (J.B. Murphy, K. Adler and J.T. Collins, eds.) Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, Ithaca, N.Y.

3625 Wake, M.H., A. Dubois, D.R. Frost, T.E. Moore and R.A. Nussbaum. 1994. CAECILIIDAE Rafinesque-Schmaltz, 1814 (Amphibia, Gymnophiona) and CAECILIIDAE Kolbe, 1880 (Insecta, Psocoptera): proposed removal of the homonymy by the revocation of Opinion 1462 and the adoption of the spelling CAECILIUSIDAE for the psocopteran family name. Bull. Zool. Nomen. 51:237-239.

3626 Wake, Marvalee H. 1995. An integrated approach to the biology of biodiversity. Biology International 31:1-6.

3627 Wake, Marvalee H. 1995. The current status of the Diversitas program and its implementation. Biology International 31:7-18.

3628 Dickenson, Janis L. 1995. Trade-offs between postcopulatory riding and mate location in the blue milkweed beetle. Behav. Ecol. 6:280-286.

3629 Emerson, Sharon B., Harry W. Greene and Eric L. Charnov. 1994. Allometric aspects of predator-prey interactions. Pp. 123-139 in Ecological Morphology: Integrative Organismal Biology, (Peter C. Wainwright and Stephen M. Reilly, eds.) University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

3630 Schwenk, Kurt and Harry W. Greene. 1995. No electrostatic sense in snakes. Nature 373:26.

3631 Greene, Harry W. 1994. [REVIEW] The venomous sea snakes: a comprehensive bibliography, by W.A. Culotta and G.V. Pickwell. Quart. Rev. Biol. 69:286.

3632 Koenig, Walt and Jean Knops. 1995. Acorn production in California. Oaks 'n' folks, UC Integrated Hardwood Range Management Program 10(1):1,4.

3633 Pacheco, V. and J.L. Patton. 1995. A new species of the Puna mouse, genus Punomys Osgood, 1943 (Muridae, Sigmodontinae) from the southeastern Andes of Perú. Z. Säugetierkunde 60:85-96.

3634 Wake, M. 1994. Biosystematics: An essential component of biodiversity analysis. Briefing paper for parties to Convention on Biological Diversity. Pp. 7, International Union of Biological Sciences, Paris, France.

3635 Peyton, Bernard. 1994. Conservation in the developing world: Ideas on how to proceed. Int. Conf. Bear Res. Manage. 9:115-127.

3636 Koenig, Walter D., Ronald L. Mumme, Mark T. Stanback, and Frank A. Pitelka. 1995. Patterns and consequences of egg destruction among joint-nesting acorn woodpeckers. Anim. Behav. 50:607-621.

3637 Charland, M. Brent, and P.T. Gregory. 1995. Movements and habitat use in gravid and nongravid female garter snakes (Colubridae: Thamnophis). J. Zool., Lond. 236:543-561.

3638 Charland, M. Brent. 1995. Thermal consequences of reptilian viviparity: thermoregulation in gravid and nongravid garter snakes (Thamnophis). J. Herp. 29:383-390.

3639 Koenig, Walter D. 1994. Two new bird-mammal associations from Kenya with comments on host use by Wattled Starlings. Ostrich 65:337-338.

3640 Koenig, Walter D. and Jean Knops. 1995. Why do oaks produce boom-and-bust seed crops? California Agriculture 49(5):7-12.

3641 Patton, James L., Sergio F. dos Reis, and Maria Nazareth F. da Silva. 1996. Relationships among didelphid marsupials based on sequence variation in the mitochondrial cytochrome b gene. J. Mammal. Evol. 3:3-29.

3642 Orrego, Cristián. 1989. Excellence under adversity: the life sciences and biotechnology in Latin America. Interciencia Association, Washington D.C. 64 pp.

3643 Lidicker, William Z., Jr. (Ed.) 1995. [BOOK] Landscape approaches in mammalian ecology and conservation. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 215 pp.

3644 Lidicker, William Z., Jr. 1995. The landscape concept: something old, something new. Pp. 3-19 in Landscape approaches in mammalian ecology and conservation, 215 pp. (William Z. Lidicker, Jr., ed.) University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

3645 Smith, Hobart M., David B. Wake and Mark R. Jennings. 1995. Comment on the proposed conservation of Hydromantes Gistel, 1848 (Amphibia, Caudata) by the designation of Salmandra genei Temminck & Schlegel, 1838 as the type species. Bull. Zool. Nomen. 52:267-269.

3646 Reynolds, M. D. 1995. Yellow-billed Magpie (Pica nutalli) in The birds of North America, No. 180 (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds.). The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, and The American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D.C. 20 pp. NOT AVAILABLE AS A REPRINT.

3647 Carrier, David R. and Marvalee H. Wake. 1995. Mechanism of lung ventilation in the caecilian Dermophis mexicanus. J. Morph. 226:289-295.

3648 Ruedi, Manuel. 1995. Taxonomic revision of shrews of the genus Crocidura from the Sunda Shelf and Sulawesi with description of two new species (Mammalia: Soricidae). Zool. J. Linn. Soc. 115:211-265.

3649 Tan, An-Ming, and David B. Wake. 1995. MtDNA phylogeography of the California newt, Taricha torosa (Caudata, Salamandridae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 4:383-394.

3650 Johnson, Ned K. 1995. Speciation in vireos. I. Macrogeographic patterns of allozymic variation in the Vireo solitarius complex in the contiguous United States. Condor 97:903-919.

3651 Lidicker, William Z., Jr. 1996. Misleading view of on-line museums [Letter to the Editor]. BioScience 46:2-3.

3652 Koenig, Walter D., Peter B. Stacey, Mark T. Stanback, and Ronald L. Mumme. 1995. Acorn Woodpecker (Melanerpes formicivorus) in The birds of North America, No. 194 (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds.). The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, and The American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D.C. 24 pp.

3653 Staub, Nancy L., Charles W. Brown, and David B. Wake. 1995. Patterns of growth and movements in a population of Ensatina eschscholtzii platensis (Caudata: Plethodontidae) in the Sierra Nevada, California. J. Herp. 29:593-599.

3654 Stebbins, Robert C. and Nathan W. Cohen. 1995. [BOOK] A natural history of amphibians. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey. 299 pp.

3655 Strickberger, Monroe W. 1996. [BOOK] Evolution, second edition. Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Boston, MA. 615 pp.

3656 Dickinson, J., J. Haydock, W. Koenig, M. Stanback, and F. Pitelka. 1995. Genetic monogamy in single-male groups of acorn woodpeckers, Melanerpes formicivorus. Mol. Ecol. 4:765-769.

3657 Cicero, Carla. 1996. Sibling species of titmice in the Paris inornatus complex (Aves: Paridae). Univ. Calif. Publ. Zool. 128:1-217.

3658 McKinney, William T., Jr., Russell Gardner, Jr., George W. Barlow, and Micheal T. McGuire. 1994. Conceptual basis of animal models in psychiatry: a conference summary. Ethology and Sociobiology 15:369-382.

3659 Barlow, George W. 1995. The relevance of behavior and natural history to evolutionarily significant units. American Fisheries Society Symposium 17:169-175.

3660 Pearson, Oliver P. 1995. Annotated keys for identifying small mammals living in or near Nahuel Huapi National Park or Lanin National Park, southern Argentina. Mastozoología Neotropical 2:99-148.

3661 Edwards, Scott V. and Mark Kot. 1995. Comparative methods at the species level: geographic variation in morphology and group size in grey-crowned babblers (Pomatostomus temporalis). Evolution 49:1134-1146.

3662 von Hippel, Frank A. 1996. Interactions between overlapping multimale groups of black and white colobus monkeys (Colobus guereza) in the Kakamega Forest, Kenya. Amer. J. Primatology 38:193-209.

3663 Arano, Begoña, Gustavo Llorente, Mario García-Paris, and Pilar Herrero. 1995. Species translocation menaces Iberian waterfrogs. Conservation Biology 9(1):196-198.

3664 Cicero, Carla and Ned K. Johnson. 1995. Speciation in sapsuckers (Sphyrapicus): III. Mitochondrial-DNA sequence divergence at the cytochrome-b locus. Auk 112:547-563.

3665 Lara, Márcia C., James L. Patton, and Maria Nazareth F. da Silva. 1996. The simultaneous diversification of South American echimyid rodents (Hystricognathi) based on complete cytochrome b sequences. Mol. Phylogenet. Evol. 5:403-413.

3666 Pearson, Oliver P. 1995. In memoriam: Wilbur Brooks Quay, 1927-1994. Auk 112:489-491.

3667 Leonard, Marty L., Janis L. Dickinson, Andrew G. Horn, and Walter Koenig. 1995. An experimental test of offspring recognition in western bluebirds. Auk 112:1062-1064.

3668 Shubin, Neil, David B. Wake, and Andrew J. Crawford. 1995. Morphological variation in the limbs of Taricha granulosa (Caudata: Salamandridae): evolutionary and phylogenetic implications. Evolution 49:874-884.

3669 Shubin, Neil, and David Wake. 1996. Phylogeny, variation, and morphological integration. Amer. Zool. 36:51-60.

3670 Wake, David B. 1996. [REVIEW] How the leopard changed its spots: The evolution of complexity, by Brian Goodwin. 252 pp. Charles Scribner's Sons, 1994. Amer. Sci. 84:300.

3671 Smith, Hobart M., David B. Wake, and Mark R. Jennings. 1996. Comments on the proposed conservation of Hydromantes Gistel 1848 (Amphibia, Caudata) by the designation of Salamandra genei Temminck & Schlegel, 1838 as the type species. Bull. Zool. Nomen. 53:48.

3672 Smith, Hobart M., and David B. Wake. 1996. Comment on the proposed conservation of HEMIDACTYLIINI Hallowell, 1856 (Amphibia, Caudata). Bull. Zool. Nomen. 53:48-49.

3673 Rodríguez-Robles, Javier A., and Harry W. Greene. 1996. Ecological patterns in Greater Antillean macrostomatan snake assemblages, with comments on body-size evolution in Epicrates (Boidae). Pp. 339-357 in Contributions to West Indian herpetology: A tribute to Albert Schwartz. R. Powell and R.W. Henderson (eds.) Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, Ithaca, NY. Contributions to Herpetology, volume 12.

3674 Greene, Harry W., and Claudia A. Luke. 1992. Amphibian and reptile diversity in the East Mojave Desert. Pp. 53-58 in Technical Reports, No. 10, Proceedings of the East Mojave Desert Symposium November 7-8, 1992. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.

3675 Patton, J.L., M.N. F. da Silva, and J.R. Malcolm. 1996. Hierarchical genetic structure and gene flow in three sympatric species of Amazonian rodents. Mol. Ecol. 5:229-238.

3676 Ruedi, Manuel, Christine Courvoisier, Peter Vogel, and François M. Catzeflis. 1996. Genetic differentiation and zoogeography of Asian Suncus murinus (Mammalia: Soricidae). Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 57:307-316.

3677 Dickinson, Janis L., Walter D. Koenig, and Frank A. Pitelka. 1996. Fitness consequences of helping behavior in the western bluebird. Behav. Ecol. 7:168-177.

3678 Schmidt, Andrea, David B. Wake, and Marvalee H. Wake. 1996. Motor nuclei of nerves innervating the tongue and hypoglossal musculature in a caecilian (Amphibia: Gymnophiona), as revealed by HRP transport. J. Comp. Neurol. 370:342-349.

3679 Johnson, Ned K. 1996. [REVIEW] Handbook of the birds of the world, Volume 2. (Josep del Hoyo, Andrew Elliott, and Jordi Sargatal, Eds.) 640 pp. 1994. Lynx Edicions, Barcelona, Spain. Auk 113:518-519.

3680 Cicero, Carla and Ned K. Johnson. 1996. Declining scientific standards in studies of avian distribution. [REVIEW] California birds: Their status and distribution, by Arnold Small. 342 pp. 1994. Ibis Publishing Co., Vista, CA. Auk 113:522-523.

3681 Wake, David B. 1996. Schmalhausen's evolutionary morphology and its value in formulating research strategies. Systematic Biology as an Historical Science: Memorie della Societa Italiana di Scienze Naturali e del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Milano, Vol. XXVII, Fascicolo I, pg. 129-132.

3682 Cicero, Carla. 1995. [REVIEW] The Marin County breeding bird atlas. A distributional and natural history of coastal California birds, by W. David Shuford. xv + 479 pp. California Avifauna Series 1. Bushtit Books, Bolinas, CA, 1993. Atlas of the breeding birds of Monterey County, California, Don Roberson and Chris Tenney, (eds.) viii + 438 pp. Monterey Peninsula Audobon Society, Carmel, CA, 1993. Auk 112:530-533.

3683 Koenig, Walter D. 1996. [REVIEW] Woodpeckers: An identification guide to the woodpeckers of the world, by Hans Winkler, David A. Christie, and David Nurney. 406 pp. Houghton Mifflin Company, NY, 1995. Auk 113:726-727.

3684 Gillooly, James F., and George W. Barlow. 1995. Effects of winter floods on threespine sticklebacks in a restored urban creek. Calif. Fish and Game 81:155-162.

3685 Lidicker, William Z., Jr. 1995. Biodiversity: What is it and what is it good for? Pp. 89-97 in Conference papers of The Environmental Spirit: Past, Present and Future, Symposium and Conference April 13-15, 1995, U.C. Berkeley.

3686 Stein, Barbara R. 1996. Women in mammalogy: The early years. J. Mammal. 77:629-641.

3687 Greene, Harry W. 1995. Nonavian reptiles as laboratory animals. ILAR Journal 37:182-186.

3688 Bell, Christopher J., and David P. Whistler. 1996. Fossil remains of the legless lizard, Anniella Gray, 1852 from Late Pleistocene deposits at Rancho La Brea, California. Bull. Southern California Acad. Sci. 95:99-102.

3689 Bell, Douglas A. 1996. Genetic differentiation, geographic variation and hybridization in gulls of the Larus glaucescens-occidentalis complex. Condor 98:527-546.

3690 Wake, David B., and James Hanken. 1996. Direct development in the lungless salamanders: what are the consequences for developmental biology, evolution and phylogenesis? Int. J. Dev. Biol. 40:859-869.

3691 Wake, David B. 1996. Evolutionary developmental biology--prospects for an evolutionary synthesis at the developmental level. Memoirs, California Academy of Sciences (20):97-107.

3692 Mojica, Camille L. 1996. The re-discovery of Brachyrhaphis punctifer (Poeciliidae). The Southw. Nat. 41:67-69.

3693 Erickson, Gregory M., Samuel D. Van Kirk, Jinntung Su, Marc E. Levenston, William E. Caler, and Dennis R. Carter. 1996. Bite-force estimation for Tyrannosaurus rex from tooth-marked bones. Nature 382:706-708.

3694 Lidicker, William Z., and Walter D. Koenig. 1996. Responses of terrestrial vertebrates to habitat edges and corridors. Pp. 85-109 in Metapopulations and wildlife conservation. (Dale R. McCullough, ed.) Island Press, Washington, D.C.

3695 Koenig, Walter D., and Janis L. Dickinson. 1996. Nestling sex-ratio variation in Western Bluebirds. Auk 113:902-910.

3696 Barlow, George W. 1996. Behavior of the White Shark: an emerging picture. Pp. 257-260 in Great White Sharks: the biology of Carcharodon carcharias. (A. Peter Klimley and David G. Ainley, eds.) Academic Press, San Diego, CA.

3697 Long, D.J., K.D. Hanni, P. Pyle, J. Roletto, R.E. Jones, and R. Bandar. 1996. White Shark predation on four pinniped species in central California waters: geographic and temporal patterns inferred from wounded carcasses. Pp. 263-274 in Great White Sharks: the biology of Carcharodon carcharias. (A. Peter Klimley and David G. Ainley, eds.) Academic Press, San Diego, CA.

3698 Long, Douglas J., and Robert E. Jones. 1996. White Shark predation and scavenging on cetaceans in the eastern north Pacific Ocean. Pp. 293-307 in Great White Sharks: the biology of Carcharodon carcharias. (A. Peter Klimley and David G. Ainley, eds.) Academic Press, San Diego, CA.

3699 Stromberg, Mark R., and James R. Griffin. 1996. Long-term patterns in coastal California grasslands in relation to cultivation, gophers, and grazing. Ecological Applications 6:1189-1211.

3700 Dickinson, Janis L. 1996. The behavior and ecology of Labidomera Chevrolat (Chrysomelidae: Chrysomelinae). Chrysomelidae Biology 2:323-335.

3701 Jockusch, Elizabeth. 1996. Techniques for obtaining and raising plethodontid salamander eggs. Int. J. Dev. Biol. 40:911-912.

3702 Wake, David B. 1996. Introduction. Pp. xvii-xxv in M.J. Sanderson and L. Hufford (eds.), Homoplasy, the Recurrence of Similarity in Evolution. Academic Press, San Diego.

3703 McCullough, Dale R. (ed.) 1996. [BOOK] Metapopulations and Wildlife Conservation. Island Press, Washington, D.C. 429 pp.

3704 McCullough, Dale R. 1996. Introduction. Pp. 1-10 in Dale R. McCullough, (ed.), Metapopulations and Wildlife Conservation. Island Press, Washington, D.C. 429 pp.

3705 McCullough, Dale R., Jon K. Fischer, and Jonathan D. Ballou. 1996. From bottleneck to metapopulation: recovery of the tule elk in California. Pp. 375-403 in Dale R. McCullough, (ed.), Metapopulations and Wildlife Conservation. Island Press, Washington, D.C. 429 pp.

3706 McCullough, Dale R. 1996. Metapopulation management: what patch are we in and which corridor should we take? Pp. 405-410 in Dale R. McCullough, (ed.), Metapopulations and Wildlife Conservation. Island Press, Washington, D.C. 429 pp.

3707 Swenson, Ramona O., and Arja T. McCray. 1996. Feeding ecology of the tidewater goby. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 125:956-970.

3708 Dickinson, Janis L., and Marty L. Leonard. 1996. Mate attendance and copulatory behaviour in western bluebirds: evidence of mate guarding. Anim. Behav. 52:981-992.

3709 Schmidt, Andrea, and Marvalee H. Wake. 1997. Cellular migration and morphological complexity in the caecilian brain. J. Morphol. 231:11-27.

3710 Wake, David B. 1996. A new species of Batrachoseps (Amphibia: Plethodontidae) from the San Gabriel Mountains, southern California. Contributions in Science 463:1-12.

3711 da Fonseca, G.A.B., G. Herrmann, Y.L.R. Leite, R.A. Mittermeier, A.B. Rylands, J.L. Patton. 1996. Lista Anotada dos Mamíferos do Brasil. Conservation International and Fundação Biodiversitas, Occasional Papers in Conservation Biology 4:1-38.

3712 Mustrangi, Meika A. and James L. Patton. 1997. Phylogeography and systematics of the slender mouse opossum Marmosops (Marsupialia, Didelphidae). University of California Publications in Zoology 130:1-86.

3713 Erickson, G.M. 1996. Incremental lines of von Ebner in dinosaurs and the assessment of tooth replacement rates using growth line counts. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 93:14623-14627.

3714 de Queiroz, Kevin. 1996. Notes and comments: Including the characters of interest during tree reconstruction and the problems of circularity and bias studies of character evolution. Am. Nat. 148:700-708.

3715 Leite, Y.L.R., L.P. Costa, and J.R. Stallings. 1996. Diet and vertical space use of three sympatric opossums in a Brazilian Atlantic forest reserve. J. Trop. Ecol. 12:435-440.

3716 Koenig, Walter D., Dirk Van Vuren, and Philip N. Hooge. 1996. Detectability, philopatry, and the distribution of dispersal distances in vertebrates. Trends in Ecol. and Evol. 11:514-517.

3717 McCranie, James R., David B. Wake, and Larry David Wilson. 1996. The taxonomic status of Bolitoglossa schmidti, with comments on the biology of the Mesoamerican salamander Bolitoglossa dofleini (Caudata: Plethodontidae). Carib. J. Sci. 32:395-398.

3718 Hadly, Elizabeth Anne. 1996. Influence of late-Holocene climate on northern Rocky Mountain mammals. Quaternary Research 46:298-310.

3719 Tilley, Stephen G., and Meredith J. Mahoney. 1996. Patterns of genetic differentiation in salamanders of the Desmognathus ochrophaeus complex (Amphibia: Plethodontidae). Herpetol. Monogr. 10:1-42.

3720 Ruedi, M., and L. Fumagalli. 1996. Genetic structure of Gymnures (genus Hylomys; Erinaceidae) on continental islands of southeast Asia: historical effects of fragmentation. J. Zoo. Syst. Ecol. Research 34:153-162.

3721 Vié, J.C., V. Volobouev, J.L. Patton, and L. Granjon. 1996. A new species of Isothrix (Rodentia: Echimyidae) from French Guiana. Mammalia 60:393-406.

3722 Peres, Carlos A., James L. Patton, and Maria Nazareth F. da Silva. 1996. Riverine barriers and gene flow in Amazonian saddle-back tamarins. Folia Primatol. 67:113-124.

3723 Koenig, Walter D. 1997. Host preferences and behaviour of oxpeckers: co-existence of similar species in a fragmented landscape. Evolutionary Ecology 11:91-104.

3724 Patton, James L., and Maria Nazareth F. da Silva. 1997. Definition of species of pouched four-eyed opossums (Didelphidae, Philander). J. Mammal. 78:90-102.

3725 Stromberg, Mark R., and Paul Kephart. 1996. Restoring native grasses in California old fields. Restoration and Management Notes 14:102-111.

3726 Lidicker, William Z., Jr. 1996. Rodent evolution in evolutionary and ecological time: are there any connections? Pp. 203-210 in Zaime, A., (ed.) Biodiversity and Adaption. Proc. Fifth International Conference of Rodens and Spatium, Actes Editions, Rabat, Morocco. 258 pp.

3727 Macey, J. Robert, Allan Larson, Natalia B. Ananjeva, and Theodore J. Papenfuss. 1997. Replication slippage may cause parallel evolution in the secondary structures of mitochondrial transfer RNAs. Mol. Biol. Evol. 14:30-39.

3728 Macey, J. Robert, Allan Larson, Natalia B. Ananjeva, Zhili Fang, and Theodore J. Papenfuss. 1997. Two novel gene orders and the role of light-strand replication in rearrangement of the vertebrate mitochondrial genome. Mol. Biol. Evol. 14:91-104.

3729 Schneider, Chris J. 1996. Distinguishing between primary and secondary intergradation among morphologically differentiated populations of Anolis marmoratus. Molecular Ecology 5:239-249.

3730 Schütz, M., and G.W. Barlow. 1997. Young of the Midas cichlid get biologically active nonnutrients by eating mucus from the surface of their parents. Fish Physiology and Biochemistry 16:11-18.

3731 Hadly, Elizabeth A. 1997. Evolutionary and ecological response of pocket gophers (Thomomys talpoides) to late-Holocene climatic change. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 60:277-296.

3732 Pearson, Oliver P. 1997. Monticulos "Mima". Revista Patagonia Silvestre/Snap No. 4, 2 p.

3733 Lidicker, William Z. 1997. [REVIEW] CRC Handbook of Mammalian Body Masses by Marina Silva and John A. Downing. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL. 1995. vi + 359 p. Quarterly Review of Biology 72:88-89.

3734 Lutterschmidt, William I., Randall L. Nydam, and Harry W. Greene. 1996. County record for the woodland vole, Microtus pinetorum (Rodentia: Muridae), LeFlore County, OK, with natural history notes on a predatory snake. Proc. Okla. Acad. Sci. 76:93-94.

3735 Barlow, George W., and Paul Siri. 1997. Does sexual selection account for the conspicuous head dimorphism in the Midas cichlid? Anim. Behav. 53:573-584.

3736 Cicero, Carla. 1997. Boggy meadows, livestock grazing, and interspecific interactions: influences on the insular distribution of montane Lincoln's Sparrows (Melospiza lincolnii alticola). Great Basin Naturalist 57:104-115.

3737 Lacey, Eileen A., John R. Wieczorek, and Priscilla K. Tucker. 1997. Male mating behaviour and patterns of sperm precedence in Arctic ground squirrels. Anim. Behav. 53:767-779.

3738 Jockusch, Elizabeth L. 1997. An evolutionary correlate of genome size change in plethodontid salamanders. Proc. R. Soc. Lond. 264:597-604.

3739 Dickinson, Janis L. 1997. Male detention affects extra-pair copulation frequency and pair behaviour in western bluebirds. Anim. Behav. 53:561-571.

3740 Pechmann, Joseph H. K., and David B. Wake. 1997. Declines and disappearances of amphibian populations. Essay 5B, pp. 135-137 in G.K. Meffe and C.R. Carroll. Principles of Conservation Biology, Second Edition. Sinauer Associates, Sunderland, Mass.

3741 Mojica, Camille L., Axel Meyer, and George W. Barlow. 1997. Phylogenetic relationships of species of the genus Brachyrhaphis (Poeciliidae) inferred from partial mitochondrial DNA sequences. Copeia 1997:298-305.

3742 Bell, Christopher J., and Jim I. Mead. 1996. Charina gray, 1849 (Boidae: Erycinae) from the Pleistocene of California. Herpetological Natural History 4:161-168.

3743 Hayes, Tyrone B. 1997. Amphibian metamorphosis: an integrative approach. Amer. Zool. 37:121-123.

3744 Hayes, Tyrone B. 1997. Steroids as potential modulators of thyroid hormone activity in anuran metamorphosis. Amer. Zool. 37:185-194.

3745 Lank, David B., and Frank A. Pitelka. 1997. [REVIEW] Jacob Högland and Rauno V. Alatalo. Leks. Princeton U. Press, Princeton. xii + 248 pp. 1995. Paul A. Johnsgard. Arena Birds: Sexual Selection and Behavior. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C. vii + 330 pp. 1994. Condor 99:558-559.

3746 Koenig, Walter D., and Ronald L. Mumme. 1997. The great egg-demolition derby: acorn woodpeckers share food, nests, and care of the young. But the mating game can pit mother against daughter, sister against sister. Natural History 106(5):32-37.

3747 Lacey, Eileen A., Stanton H. Braude, and John R. Wieczorek. 1997. Burrow sharing by colonial tuco-tucos (Ctenomys sociabilis). J. Mammal. 78:556-562.

3748 Lidicker, W.Z., Jr., and F.C. McCollum. 1997. Allozymic variation in California sea otters. J. Mammal. 78:417-425.

3749 Hanni, K.D., D.J. Long, R.E. Jones, P. Pyle, and L.E. Morgan. 1997. Sightings and strandings of Guadalupe fur seals in central and northern California, 1988-1995. J. Mammal. 78:684-690.

3750 Monk, Daniela S., and Walter D. Koenig. 1997. Individual, brood, and sex variation in begging calls of Western Bluebirds. Wilson Bull. 109:328-332.

3751 Roth, Gerhard, Kiisa C. Nishikawa, and David B. Wake. 1997. Genome size, secondary simplification, and the evolution of the brain in salamanders. Brain Behav. Ecol. 50:50-59.

3752 Stein, B.R., and A. Casinos. 1997. What is a cursorial mammal? J. Zool. Lond. 242:185-192.

3753 Greene, Harry W. 1997. [BOOK] Snakes: the evolution of mystery in nature. University of California Press. 351 pp.

3754 Greene, Harry W. 1997. [FOREWARD] Foreward to the 1997 printing, pp. xi-xxiii in Laurence M. Klauber, Rattlesnakes: Their habits, life histories, and influence on mankind, Second Edition. University of California Press. 1,533 pp.

3755 Graybeal, Anna. 1997. Phylogenetic relationships of bufonid frogs and tests of alternate macroevolutionary hypotheses characterizing their radiation. Zool. J. Linn. Soc. 119:297-338.

3756 Knops, Johannes M.H., Walter D. Koenig, and Thomas H. Nash, III. 1997. On the relationship between nutrient use efficiency and fertility in forest ecosystems. Oecologia 110:550-556.

3757 Knops, Johannes M.H., and Walter D. Koenig. 1997. Site fertility and leaf nutrients of sympatric evergreen and deciduous species of Quercus in central coastal California. Plant Ecology 130:121-131.

3758 Ruedi, M., M.F. Smith, and J.L. Patton. 1997. Phylogenetic evidence of mitochondrial DNA introgression among pocket gophers in New Mexico (family Geomyidae). Molecular Ecology 6:453-462.

3759 Macey, J. Robert, Allan Larson, Natalia B. Ananjeva, and Theodore J. Papenfuss. 1997. Evolutionary shifts in three major structural features of the mitochondrial genome among iguanian lizards. J. Mol. Evol. 44:660-674.

3760 Zamudio, Kelly R., K. Bruce Jones, and Ryk H. Ward. 1997. Molecular systematics of short-horned lizards: biogeography and taxonomy of a widespread species complex. Syst. Biol. 46:284-305.

3761 Patton, James L., Maria Nazareth F. da Silva, Márcia C. Lara, and Meika A. Mustrangi. 1997. Diversity, differentiation, and the historical biogeography of nonvolant small mammals of the Neotropical forests. Chapter 29, p. 455-465 in William F. Laurance and Richard O. Bierregaard, Jr. (eds.), Tropical Forest Remnants: Ecology, Management, and Conservation of Fragmented Communities. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois.

3762 Wake, David B. 1997. Incipient species formation in salamanders of the Ensatina complex. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 94:7761-7767 Colloquium Paper.

3763 García-París, M., and M. París. 1995. Geographic variation in the African-Iberian ground beetle Rhabdotocarabus melancholicus (Coleoptera: Carabidae) and its taxonomical and biogeographical implications. Graellsia 51:27-35.

3764 Arntzen, J.W., and M. García-París. 1997. Phylogeny and biogeography of midwife toads (Alytes, Discoglossidae): a rebuttal. Contributions to Zoology 66:263-268.

3765 Jackman, Todd R., Geoffrey Applebaum, and David B. Wake. 1997. Phylogenetic relationships of bolitoglossine salamanders: a demonstration of the effects of combining morphological and molecular data sets. Mol. Biol. Evol. 14:883-891.

3766 Bell, Douglas A. 1997. Hybridization and reproductive performance in gulls of the Larus glaucescens-occidentalis complex. Condor 99:585-594.

3767 Wake, Marvalee H. 1997. The 'playground' of evolutionary biology. [REVIEW] Michael R. Rose and George V. Lauder, (eds.) 1996. Adaptation. Academic Press. 511 pp. Trends in Ecol. and Evol. 12:245.

3768 Stromberg, Mark R. 1997. Tarica torosa (California newt). Response to fire. Herpetological Review 28:82-84.

3769 Fincke, Ola M., Jonathan K. Waage, and Walter D. Koenig. 1997. Natural and sexual selection components of odonate mating patterns. Chapter 3, p. 58-74 in Jae C. Choe and Bernard J. Crespi, (eds.) The evolution of mating systems in insects and arachnids. Cambridge University Press.

3770 Bolen, Ginger M. 1997. Extra-pair copulations in Yellow-billed Magpies Pica nuttalli: preliminary results. Acta Ornithologica 32:9-13.

3771 Deban, Stephen M. 1997. Modulation of prey-capture behavior in the plethodontid salamander Ensatina eschscholtzii. J. Exp. Biol. 200:1951-1964.

3772 Koenig, Walt and Jean Knops. 1997. Geographical ecology of acorn production by California oaks. Oaks 'n' Folks 12(2):6-7.

3773 Johnson, N.K., R.C. Banks, J.W. Fitzpatrick, T.R. Howell, et al. 1997. Forty-first supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union Checklist of North American Birds. Auk 114:542-552.

3774 Koenig, Walter D., Johannes M.H. Knops, William J. Carmen, Mark T. Stanback, and Ronald L. Mumme. 1996. Acorn production by oaks in central coastal California: influence of weather at three levels. Can. J. For. Res. 26:1677-1683.

3775 Hayes, Tyrone B., Tzu Hao Wu, and Tanya N. Gill. 1997. DDT-like effects as a result of corticosterone treatment in an anuran amphibian: is DDT a corticoid mimic or a stressor? Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 16:1948-1953.

3776 Lidicker, Jr., William Z. 1997. Dennis Chitty on voles, science, and life. [REVIEW] Dennis Chitty. 1996. Do lemmings commit suicide? Beautiful hypotheses and ugly facts. Oxford University Press. xxi + 268 pp. Ecology 78:1934:1935.

3777 Lidicker, Jr., William Z. 1997. [REVIEW] M. Silva and J.A. Downey. 1995. A handbook of mammalian body masses. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida. 359 pp. J. Mammal. 78:987-988.

3778 Lavergne, A., O. Verneau, J.L. Patton, and F.M. Catzeflis. 1997. Molecular discrimination of two sympatric species of opossum (genus Didelphis: Didelphidae) in French Guiana. Mol. Ecol. 6:889-891.

3779 Autumn, Kellar, and Jonathan B. Losos. 1997. Notes on jumping ability and thermal biology of the enigmatic anole Chamaelinorops barbouri. J. Herp. 31:442-444.

3780 Dickinson, Janis L. 1997. [REVIEW] Philip N. Lehner. 1997. Handbook of ethological methods. Cambridge University Press. 672 pp. Amer. Zool. 37:434-435.

3781 Deban, Stephen M., David B. Wake, and Gerhard Roth. 1997. Salamander with a ballistic tongue. Nature 389:27-28.

3782 Leal, Manuel and Javier A. Rodríguez-Robles. 1997. Antipredator responses of the Puerto Rican giant anole, Anolis cuvieri (Squamata: Polychrotidae). Biotropica 29:372-375.

3783 Ruedi, Manuel. 1996. Phylogenetic evolution and biogeography of Southeast Asian shrews (genus Crocidura: Soricidae). Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 58:197-219.

3784 Autumn, Kellar, Claire T. Farley, Maya Emshwiller, and Robert J. Full. 1997. Low cost of locomotion in the banded gecko: a test of the nocturnality hypothesis. Physiol. Zool. 70:660-669.

3785 Stein, Barbara R. 1997. Annie M. Alexander: extraordinary patron. J. Hist. Biol. 30:243-266.

3786 Massey, Brian N., Floyd W. Weckerly, Charles E. Vaughn, and Dale R. McCullough. 1994. Correlations between fecal nitrogen and diet composition in free-ranging black-tailed deer. Southw. Nat. 39:165-170.

3787 McCullough, Dale R. 1991. Refuges and zoning to control exploitation of hunted wildlife. Pg. 9-21 in Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Wildlife Conservation, ROC, December 1991.

3788 McCullough, Dale R. 1990. Detecting density dependence: filtering the baby from the bathwater. Pg. 534-543 in Trans. 55th N.A. Wildl. & Nat. Res. Conf.

3789 McCullough, Dale R. 1994. What do herd composition counts tell us? Wildl. Soc. Bull. 22:295-300.

3790 McCullough, Dale R. 1994. Sources of inaccuracy in black-tailed deer herd composition counts. J. Wildl. Manage. 58:319-329.

3791 McCullough, Dale R. 1993. Variation in black-tailed deer herd composition counts. J. Wildl. Manage. 57:890-897.

3792 McCullough, Dale R. 1994. Importance of population data in forest management planning. The Forestry Chronicle 70:533-537.

3793 McCullough, Dale R. 1991. Management of wildlife population dynamics for exploitation and non-consumptive use. Pg. 125-128 in N. Maruyama, etal (eds.) 1991. Wildlife conservation: present trends and perspectives for the 21st century. Japan Wildlife Research Center, Tokyo, Japan.

3794 McCullough, Dale R. 1993. History and management of elk in North America. Pg. 331-341 in N. Ohtaishi and H.-I. Sheng, (eds.) Deer of China: Biology and management. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Deer of China, Shanghai, China, 21-23 November 1992. Elsevier Science Publishers.

3795 McCullough, Dale R. 1996. Failure of the tooth cementum aging technique with reduced population density of deer. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 24:722-724.

3796 McCullough, Dale R. 1996. Spatially structured populations and harvest theory. J. Wildl. Manage. 60:1-9.

3797 McCullough, Dale R. 1997. Breeding by female fawns in black-tailed deer. Wildl. Soc. Bull. 25:296-297.

3798 Reynolds, Mark D., and Walter D. Koenig. 1997. Reproductive success of Yellow-billed Magpies Pica nuttalli in central coastal California. Acta Ornithologica 32:99-109.

3799 Howell, F. Clark. 1996. Thoughts on the study and interpretation of the human fossil record. Pg. 1-45 in W.E. Meikle, F.C. Howell, and N.G. Jablonski, (eds.) Contemporary Issues in Human Evolution. California Academy of Sciences, Memoir 21. viii + 193 p.

3800 Swenson, Ramona O. 1997. Sex-role reversal in the tidewater goby, Eucyclogobius neberryi. Env. Biol. of Fishes 50:27-40.

3801 Leal, Manuel, and Javier A. Rodríquez-Robles. 1997. Signalling displays during predator-prey interactions in a Puerto Rican anole, Anolis cristatellus. Anim. Behav. 54:1147-1154.

3802 Dickinson, Janis L. 1997. Multiple mating, sperm competition, and cryptic female choice in the leaf beetles (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae). Ch. 9, pg. 164-182 in Jae C. Choe and Bernard J. Crespi, (eds.) The Evolution of Mating Systems in Insects and Arachnids. Cambridge University Press.

3803 Roberts, Wendy E. 1996. The Responsible Frog: Parenting strategies of tropical frogs. Pacific Discovery, Spring 1996, 49:8-14.

3804 Lacey, Eileen A., and Paul W. Sherman. 1997. Cooperative breeding in naked mole-rats: Implications for vertebrate and invertebrate sociality. Ch. 10, pg. 267-301 in Nancy G. Solomon and Jeffrey A. French, (eds.) Cooperative Breeding in Mammals. Cambridge University Press. xiii + 390 p.

3805 Koenig, Walter D. 1997. [REVIEW] Nancy G. Solomon and Jeffrey A. French, (eds.) Cooperative Breeding in Mammals. Cambridge University Press. 1997. xiii + 390 p. Trends in Ecol. and Evol. 12:412-413.

3806 Johnson, Ned K., H. Ouellet, J.V. Remsen, and R.W. Storer. 1991. Thirty-eighth supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union check-list of North American birds. Auk 108:750-754. NOT AVAILABLE AS A REPRINT.

3807 Monroe, B.L., Jr., R.C. Banks, J.W. Fitzpatrick, T.R. Howell, N.K. Johnson, H. Ouellet, J.V. Remsen, and R.W. Storer. 1994. Thirty-ninth supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union check-list of North American birds. Auk 110:675-682. NOT AVAILABLE AS A REPRINT.

3808 Monroe, B.L., Jr., R.C. Banks, J.W. Fitzpatrick, T.R. Howell, N.K. Johnson, H. Ouellet, J.V. Remsen, and R.W. Storer. 1995. Fortieth supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union check-list of North American birds. Auk 112:819-830. NOT AVAILABLE AS A REPRINT.

3809 Pajak, III, Alois. F., Eric Scott, and Christopher J. Bell. 1996. A review of the biostratigraphy of Pliocene and Pleistocene sediments in the Elsinore fault zone, Riverside County, California. PaleoBios 17(2-4):28-49.

3810 Lidicker, Jr., William Z., and Zdzislaw Pucek. 1996. [OBITUARY] William Peter Crowcroft (1922-1996). Acta Theriologica 42:343-349.

3811 Lidicker, Jr., William Z. 1997. [REVIEW] Tracy I. Storer and Lloyd P. Tevis, Jr. California Grizzly. University of California Press. 1996. [Originally published 1955]. xx + 335 p. Quart. Rev. Biol. 72:477-478.

3812 Burns, Kevin J. 1997. Molecular systematics of tanagers (Thraupinae): evolution and biogeography of a diverse radiation of neotropical birds. Mol. Phylog. Evol. 8:334-348.

3813 Zamudio, Kelly R., and Harry W. Greene. 1997. Phylogeography of the bushmaster (Lachesis muta: Viperidae): implications for neotropical biogeography, systematics, and conservation. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 62:421-442.

3814 Yoerg, Sonja I., and Debra M. Shier. 1997. Maternal presence and rearing condition affect responses to a live predator in kangaroo rats (Dipodomys heermanni arenae). J. Comp. Psych. 111:362-369.

3815 Jockusch, Elizabeth L., and Meredith J. Mahoney. 1997. Communal oviposition and lack of parental care in Batrachoseps nigriventris (Caudata: Plethodontidae) with a discussion of the evolution of breeding behavior in plethodonthid salamanders. Copeia 1997:697-705.

3816 Macey, J. Robert, James A. Schulte II, Allan Larson, and Theodore J. Papenfuss. 1998. Tandem duplication via light-strand synthesis may provide a precursor for mitochondrial genomic rearrangement. Mol. Biol. Evol. 15:71-75.

3817 Jockusch, Elizabeth L. 1997. Geographic variation and phenotypic plasticity of number of trunk vertebrae in slender salamanders, Batrachoseps (Caudata: Plethodontidae). Evolution 51:1966-1982.

3818 Chubb, A.L., R.M. Zink, and J.M. Fitzsimons. 1998. Patterns of mtDNA variation in Hawaiian freshwater fishes: the phylogeographic consequences of amphidromy. J. Heredity 89:8-16.

3819 Smith, Margaret F. 1998. Phylogenetic relationships and geographic structure in pocket gophers in the genus Thomomys. Mol. Phyl. Evol. 9:1-14.

3820 Hayes, Tyrone B. 1997. Hormonal mechanisms as potential constraints on evolution: examples from the Anura. Amer. Zool. 37:482-490.

3821 Roberts, Wendy E. 1997. Behavioral observations of Polychrus gutturosus, a sister taxon of Anoles. Herpetological Review 28:184-185.

3822 García-París, M., M. Alcobendas, and P. Alberch. 1998. Influence of the Guadalquivir River Basin on mitochondrial DNA evolution of Salamandra salamandra (Caudata: Salamandridae) from southern Spain. Copeia 1998:173-176.

3823 Bell, Christopher J., and Jim I. Mead. 1998. Late Pleistocene microtine rodents from Snake Creek Burial Cave, White Pine County, Nevada. Great Basin Naturalist 58:82-86.

3824 Johnson, Ned K., J.V. Remsen, Jr., and Carla Cicero. 1998. Refined colorimetry validates endangered subspecies of the Least Tern. Condor 100:18-26.

3825 Lidicker, William Z., Jr. 1997. William Peter Crowcroft (1922-1996), an obituary. Austral. Mammal. 20:143-145.

3826 Reavis, Robert H. 1997. The natural history of a monogamous coral-reef fish, Valenciennea strigata, (Gobiidae): 1. abundance, growth, survival and predation. Env. Biol. Fishes 49:239-246.

3827 Dickinson, J.L., and J.J. Akre. 1998. Extrapair paternity, inclusive fitness, and within-group benefits of helping in western bluebirds. Mol. Ecol. 7:95-105.

3828 Koenig, Walter D., Joseph Haydock, and Mark T. Stanback. 1998. Reproductive roles in the cooperative breeding acorn woodpecker: incest avoidance versus reproductive competition. Amer. Nat. 151:243-255.

3829 Hayes, Tyrone B. 1997. Steroid-mimicking environmental contaminants: their potential role in amphibian declines. Herpetologia Bonnensis 1997:145-149.

3830 Zeng Xiao-Mao, Wang Yue-Zhao, Fang Zi-Li, Wu Guan-Fu, Liu Zhi-Jun, Theodore J. Papenfuss and J. Robert Macey. 1996. Study on the karyotype and Ag-NOS of Thermophis baileyi. (In Chinese) Hereditas (Beijing) 18:4-6.

3831 Wang Yue-Zhao, Zeng Xiao-Mao, Fang Zi-Li, Liu Zhi-Jun, Wu Guan-Fu, Theodore J. Papenfuss and J. Robert Macey. 1996. A new species of the genus Phrynocephalus - Phrynocephalus zetanensis SP. NOV. (In Chinese) Zoological Research 17:27-29.

3832 Zeng Xiao-Mao, Wang Yue-Zhao, Liu Zhi-Jun, Fang Zi-Li, Wu Guan-Fu, Theodore J. Papenfuss and J. Robert Macey. 1997. Karyotypes of nine species in the genus Phrynocephalus, with discussion of karyotypic evolution of Chinese Phrynocephalus. (In Chinese with English abstract) Acta Zoologica Sinica 43:399-410.

3833 J. Robert Macey, Natalia B. Ananjeva, Yuezhao Wang, and Theodore J. Papenfuss. 1997. A taxonomic reevaluation of the Gekkonid lizard genus Teratoscincus in China. Russ. J. Herp. 4:8-16.

3834 Macey, J. Robert, James A. Schulte II, Allan Larson, and Theodore J. Papenfuss. 1998. Tandem duplication via light-strand synthesis may provide a precursor for mitochondrial genomic rearrangement. Mol. Biol. Evol. 15:71-75.

3835 Macey, J. Robert, James A. Schulte II, Allan Larson, Zhili Fang, Yeuzhao Wang, Boris S. Tuniyev, and Theodore J. Papenfuss. 1998. Phylogenetic relationships of toads in the Bufo bufo species group from the eastern escarpment of the Tibetan Plateau: a case of vicariance and dispersal. Mol. Phylogen. Evol. 9:80-87.

3836 Roçek, Zbynek, and Marvalee H. Wake. 1997. Meetings: Third World Congress of Herpetology 2-10 August 1997, Prague, Czech Republic. Herpetological Review 28:178-180.

3837 Wake, Marvalee H. 1997. [REVIEW] Werner Himstedt. Die Blindwühlen. Die Neue Brehm-Bücherei Bd. 630, Westarp Wissenschaften, Magdeburg and Spektrum Akademischer Verlag, Heidelberg, Germany. 1996. 160 p. Herpetological Review 28:164-165.

3838 Wake, Marvalee H. 1997. [REVIEW] Marjorie L. Reaka-Kudla, Don E. Wilson, and Edward O. Wilson (eds.) Biodiversity II: Understanding and protecting our biological resources. Joseph Henry Press of the National Academy Press. 1996. v + 551 p. Amer. Zool. 37:431-432.

3839 Koenig, Walter D. 1998. [REVIEW] Ronald M. Lanner. Made for each other: A symbiosis of birds and pines. Oxford University Press, New York and London. 1996. ix + 160 p. Quart. Rev. Biol. 73:100.

3840 Parra-Olea, Gabriela and Mario García-París. 1998. Bolitoglossa hartwegi. Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles 641.1-2.

3841 Wake, David B., Elizabeth L. Jockusch and Theodore J. Papenfuss. 1998. Does Batrachoseps occur in Alaska? Herpetological Review 29:12-14.

3842 Jockusch, Elizabeth L. and Mario García-París. Nototriton abscondens (Cordilleran Moss salamander). Reproduction. Herpetological Review 29:38.

3843 Panger, Melissa A., and Harry W. Greene. 1998. Micrurus nigrocinctus (Coral snake). Reproduction. Herpetological Review 29:46.

3844 Mojica, Camille L. 1998. Comparative ecology and historical biogeography of the genus Brachyrhaphis. Envir. Biol. Fishes 51:117-127.

3845 Good, David A., and David B. Wake. 1997. Phylogenetic and taxonomic implications of protein variation in the Mesoamerican salamander genus Oedipina (Caudata: Plethodontidae). Rev. Biol. Trop. 45:1185-1208.

3846 Wake, Marvalee H. 1997. Amphibian locomotion in evolutionary time. Zoology 100:141-151.

3847 Schmidt, Andrea, and Marvalee H. Wake. 1998. Development of the tectum in gymnophiones, with comparison to other amphibians. J. Morph. 236:233-246.

3848 Barlow, George W. 1998. Sexual-selection models for exaggerated traits are useful but constraining. Amer. Zool. 38:59-69.

3849 Wake, David B. 1998. On the taxonomic status of Nototriton sanctibarbarus McCranie and Wilson (Amphibia: Caudata). Southw. Nat. 43:88-106.

3850 Rodríguez-Robles, Javier A. 1998. Alternative perspectives on the diet of gopher snakes (Pituophis catenifer, Colubridae): literature records versus stomach contents of wild and museum specimens. Copeia 1998:463-466.

3851 Hanken, James, and David B. Wake. 1998. Biology of tiny animals: systematics of the minute salamanders (Thorius: Plethodontidae) from Veracruz and Puebla, México, with descriptions of five new species. Copeia 1998:312-345.

3852 Ryan, Michael J., Kellar Autumn, and David B. Wake. 1998. Integrative biology and sexual selection. Integrative Biology: Issues, News, and Reviews 1:68-72.

3853 Smith, Julia I. 1998. Allometric influence on phenotypic variation in the song sparrow (Melospiza melodia). Zool. J. Linn. Soc. 122:427-454.

3854 Wake, David B., and Christopher J. Schneider. 1998. Taxonomy of the plethodontid salamander genus (Ensatina). Herpetologica 54:279-298.

3855 Koenig, Walter D. 1998. Spatial autocorrelation in California land birds. Conserv. Biol. 12:612-620.

3856 Wake, David B. 1998. [OBITUARY] Pere Alberch (1954-98) Synthesizer of development and evolution. Nature 393:632.

3857 Macey, J. Robert and Theodore J. Papenfuss. 1991. Amphibians of the White-Inyo Range. Chapter 9, p. 277-290 in Clarence A. Hall, Jr. (ed.) Natural History of the White-Inyo Range, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA. 536 pp. NOT AVAILABLE AS A REPRINT.

3858 Macey, J. Robert and Theodore J. Papenfuss. 1991. Reptiles of the White-Inyo Range. Chapter 10, p. 291-360 in Clarence A. Hall, Jr. (ed.) Natural History of the White-Inyo Range, University of California Press, Berkeley, CA. 536 pp. NOT AVAILABLE AS A REPRINT.

3859 Macey, J. Robert, Natalia Ananjeva, Ermi Zhao, and Ted J. Papenfuss. 1991. [ABSTRACT] A phylogeny for the agamid genus Phrynocephalus and its biogeographical implications. Pg. 58 in Z. Korsos and I. Kiss (eds.), Abstracts of the 6th Ordinary General Meeting of the Societas Europaea Herpetologica, August 19-23, 1991, Budapest, Hungary. NOT AVAILABLE AS A REPRINT.

3860 Wang, Yuezhao, Xiaomao Zeng, Zigun Liu, Guanfu Wu, Zili Fang, Theodore J. Papenfuss, and J. Robert Macey. 1995. [ABSTRACT] A study on the classification and phylogenetics of the genus Phrynocephalus on the Xizang plateau (Sauria: Agamidae). Pg. 63 in Natalia Ananjeva (ed.), Abstracts of the Second Asian Herpetological Meeting September 6-10, 1995, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. NOT AVAILABLE AS A REPRINT.

3861 Papenfuss, Theodore J., Natalia Ananjeva, and Yuezhao Wang. 1995. [ABSTRACT] Species diversity of reptiles across vicariant barriers in the Asian deserts. Pg. 46 in Natalia Ananjeva (ed.), Abstracts of the Second Asian Herpetological Meeting September 6-10, 1995, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. NOT AVAILABLE AS A REPRINT.

3862 da Silva, Maria Nazareth F., and James L. Patton. 1998. Molecular phylogeography and the evolution and conservation of Amazonian mammals. Mol. Ecol. 7:475-486.

3863 da Silva, Maria Nazareth F. 1998. Four new species of spiny rats of the genus Proechimys (Rodentia: Echimyidae) from the western Amazon of Brazil. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 111:436-471.

3864 Wake, Marvalee H. 1998. Cartilage in the cloaca: phallodeal spicules in caecilians (Amphibia: Gymnophiona). J. Morph. 237:117-186.

3865 Holmes, Richard T., and Frank A. Pitelka. 1998. Pectoral sandpiper: Calidris melanotosin, No. 348 in A. Poole and F. Gill, (eds.) The birds of North America. The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia and The American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D.C. 24 pp. NOT AVAILABLE AS A REPRINT.

3866 Pearson, Anita K., Tyrone B. Hayes, and Paul Licht. 1998. Immunochemical identification of thyrotropes and gonadotropes in the pars distalis and pars tuberalis of the toad (Bufo boreas) with reference to ontogenic changes. General and Comparative Endocrinology 111:83-94.

3867 Howell, F. Clark. 1997. Book of Man [REVIEW] Frank Spencer, (ed.) History of Physical Anthropology: an Encyclopedia. Garland. 1996. 2 volumes, 1,195 pp. Nature 387:35.

3868 DeGusta, David and Katherine Milton. 1998. Skeletal pathologies in a population of Alouatta palliata: behavioral, ecological, and evolutionary implications. Int'l. J. Primatol. 19:615-650.

3869 Burns, Kevin J. 1998. Molecular phylogenetics of the genus Piranga: implications for biogeography and the evolution of morphology and behavior. Auk 115:621-634.

3870 Chin, Karen, Timothy T. Tokaryk, Gregory M. Erickson, and Lewis C. Calk. 1998. A king-sized theropod coprolite. Nature 393:680-682.

3871 Koenig, Walter D., and Johannes M.H. Knops. 1997. Patterns of geographic synchrony in growth and reproduction of oaks within California and beyond. Pg. 101-108 in Proceedings of a symposium on oak woodlands: Ecology, management, and urban interface issues, March 19-22, 1996, San Luis Obispo, CA. USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-160.

3872 Wake, Marvalee H. 1998. Integrative biology in biodiversity: An approach to questions, answers and training. Pp. 35-40 in Chang-Hung Chou and Kwant-Tsao Shao (eds.) Frontiers in Biology: The challenges of biodiversity, biotechnology and sustainable agriculture. Academia Sinica, Taipei.

3873 Lidicker, William Z., Jr. 1998. The status of mammals in central coastal California. Pp. 47-52 in N. Chiariello and R.F. Dasmann (eds.) Proceedings of the Symposium on the central California coast, March 3-5, 1995. Association for the Golden Gate Biosphere Reserve. 122 pp.

3874 Bell, Christopher J. 1998. Synopsis of Quaternary terrestrial and non-marine aquatic faunal groups of North America. Section 2.7.3, pp. 2-597 to 2-604 in J.M. Sowers, J.S. Noller, and W.R. Lettis, (eds.) Dating and earthquakes: Review of Quaternary geochronology and its application to Paleoseismology. U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission publication NUREG/CR-5562.

3875 Bell, Christopher J. 1998. North American Quaternary land mammal ages and the biochronology of North American microtine rodents. Section 2.7.4, pp. 2-605 to 2-645 in J.M. Sowers, J.S. Noller, and W.R. Lettis, (eds.) Dating and earthquakes: Review of Quaternary geochronology and its application to Paleoseismology. U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission publication NUREG/CR-5562.

3876 Pitulle, Christian, Mario Garcia-Paris, Kelly R. Zamudio, and Norman R. Pace. 1998. Comparative structure analysis of vertebrate ribonuclease P RNA. Nucleic Acids Research 26:3333-3339.

3877 Koenig, Walter D., and Johannes M.H. Knops. 1998. Testing for spatial autocorrelation in ecological studies. Ecography 21:423-429.

3878 Lacey, Eileen A., Stanton J. Braude, and John R. Wieczorek. 1998. Solitary burrow use by adult Patagonian tuco-tucos (Ctenomys haigi). J. Mammal. 79:986-991.

3879 Burns, Kevin J. 1998. A phylogenetic perspective on the evolution of sexual dichromatism in tanagers (Thraupidae): the role of female versus male plumage. Evolution 52:1219-1224.

3880 Dickinson, Janis L. 1998. [REVIEW] Julie Dunlap, illustrated by Ralph L. Ramstad. Birds in the Bushes: a story about Margaret Morse Nice. Carolrhoda Books, Minneapolis, MN. + 63 pp. Condor 100:583-586.

3881 Marks, Sharyn B., and Andres Collazo. 1998. Direct development in Desmognathus aeneus (Caudata: Plethondontidae): A staging table. Copeia 1998:637-648.

3882 Reavis, Robert H., and George W. Barlow. 1998. Why is the coral-reef fish Valenciennea strigata (Gobiidae) monogamous? Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 43:229-237.

3883 Banack, Sandra Anne. 1998. Diet selection and resource use by flying foxes (Genus Pteropus). Ecology 79:1949-1967.

3884 Yeorg, Sonja. 1998. Foraging behavior predicts age at independence in juvenile Eurasian dippers (Cinclus cinclus). Behav. Ecol. 9:471-477.

3885 Koenig, Walter D., and Stanley H. Faeth. 1998. Effects of storage on tannin and protein content of cached acorns. Southw. Nat. 43:170-175.

3886 Parra-Olea, Gabriela, and Mario Garcia-Paris. 1998. Pseudoeurycea galeanae (Galeana False Brook Salamander). Habitat use. Herpetological Review 29:163-164.

3887 Louchart, Antoine, Cécile Mourer-Chauviré, Erksin Guleç, Francis Clark Howell, and Tim D. White. 1998. L'avifaune de Dursunlu, Turquie, Pléistocène inférieur: climat, environnement et biogéographie (in French with English abridgment). Palaeontology 327:341-346.

3888 Howell, F. Clark. 1998. Evolutionary implications of altered perspectives on hominine demes and populations in the later Pleistocene of western Eurasia. Chapter 1, p. 5-27 in Akazawa etal, (eds.) Neandertals and Modern Humans in Western Asia, Plenum Press, New York.

3889 Jockusch, Elizabeth L., David B. Wake, and Kay P. Yanev. 1998. New species of slender salamanders, Batrachoseps (Amphibia: Plethodontidae), from the Sierra Nevada of California. Contributions in Science 472:1-17.

3890 Wake, Marvalee H. 1999. Amphibian reproduction, Overview. Pp. 161-166 in Encyclopedia of Reproduction, Volume 1. Academic Press, San Diego.

3891 Wake, Marvalee and Renée Dickie. 1998. Oviduct structure and function and reproductive modes in amphibians. J. Exper. Zool. 282:477-506.

3892 Macey, J. Robert, James A. Schulte II, Natalia B. Ananjeva, Allan Larson, Nasrullah Rastegar-Pouyani, Sakhat M. Shammakov, and Theodore J. Papenfuss. 1998. Phylogenetic relationships among agamid lizards of the Laudakia caucasia species group: testing hypotheses of biogeographic fragmentation and an area cladogram for the Iranian plateau. Molec. Phylogen. Evol. 10:118-131.

3893 Prager, Ellen M., Christián Orrego, and Richard D. Sage. 1998. Genetic variation and phylogeography of central Asian and other house mice, including a major new mitochondrial lineage in Yemen. Genetics 150:835-861.

3894 Peyton, Bernard, Edgard Yerena, Damian Ignacio Rumiz, Jeffrey Jorgenson, and Jorge Orejuela. 1998. Status of wild Andean bears and policies for their management. Ursus 10:87-100.

3895 White, Tim D. 1998. [LETTER TO THE EDITOR] No surprises? Science 281:45.

3896 White, Tim D., Berhane Asfaw, and Gen Suwa. 1996. Ardipeithecus ramidus, A root species for Australopithecus. Pp. 15-23 in F. Facchini, (ed.) The First Humans and Their Cultural Manifestations. The Colloquia of the XIII International Congress of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences, Forli, Italy, 8-14 September, 1996. A.B.A.C.O. srl., Forli.

3897 Lidicker, William Z., Jr. 1998. Given some careful revision, this book could be excellent. [REVIEW] BCSC Biology: An Ecological Approach. Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, Dubuque, Iowa. 1998. 774 pp. The Textbook Letter 9(1):5-7.

3898 Wake, David B. 1998. Action on amphibians. TREE 13:379-380.

3899 Cicero, Carla, and Ned K. Johnson. 1998. Molecular phylogeny and ecological diversification in a clade of New World songbirds (genus Vireo). Molec. Ecol. 7:1359-1370.

3900 White, Tim D., David DeGusta, Gary D. Richards, and Steven G. Baker. 1997. Brief communication: Prehistoric dentristry in the American Southwest: A drilled canine from Sky Aerie, Colorado. Am. J. Phys. Anthrop. 103:409-414.

3901 Suwa, Gen, Berhane Asfaw, Yonas Beyene, Tim D. White, Shigehoro Katoh, Shinji Nagaoka, Hideo Nakaya, Kazuhiro Uzawa, Paul Renne, and Giday WoldeGabriel. 1997. The first skull of Australopithecus boisei. Nature 389:489-492.

3902 Crawford, Andrew J., and David B. Wake. 1998. Phylogenetic and evolutionary perspectives on an enigmatic organ: the balancer of larval caudate amphibians. Zoology 101:107-123.

3903 Lynch, James F., and David B. Wake. 1998. Pseudoeurycea saltator Lynch and Wake. Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles 665.1-2.

3904 Wake, Marvalee H. 1998. Dermophis oaxacae (Mertens). Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles 661.1-2.

3905 Parra-Olea, Gabriela. 1998. Pseudoeurycea nigromaculata Taylor. Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles 664.1-2.

3906 Hays, Warren T. 1998. A new method for live-trapping shrews. Acta Theriologica 43:333-335.

3907 Lidicker, William Z., Jr. 1998. [LETTER] Revisiting the human dimension in conservation biology. Conservation Biology 12:1170-1171.

3908 Lidicker, William Z., Jr. 1998. Zapus trinotatus Rhoads 1895 Pacific jumping mouse. Pp. 123-124 in D. Hafner, E. Yensen, and G. Kirkland, Jr. (eds.) North American rodents. Status survey and conservation action plan. IUCN/SSC Rodent Special Group. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK. 1998. x + 171 pp.

3909 Hooge, Philip N., Mark T. Stanback, and Walter D. Koenig. 1999. Nest-site selection in the acorn woodpecker. Auk 116:45-54.

3910 Patton, James L., and Maria Nazareth F. da Silva. 1998. Rivers, refuges, and ridges: The geography of speciation of Amazonian mammals. Chapter 15, p. 202-213 in Daniel J. Howard and Stewart H. Berlocher, (eds.) Endless Forms: species and speciation. Oxford University Press, New York. 1998.

3911 Zamudio, Kelly R. 1998. The evolution of female-biased sexual size dimorphism: A population-level comparative study in horned lizards (Phrynosoma). Evolution 52:1821-1833.

3912 Sheen, Judy P., and Howard H. Whiteman. 1998. Head and body size relationships in polymorphic tiger salamander larvae from Colorado. Copeia 1998:1089-1093.

3913 Stidham, Thomas A. 1998. A lower jaw from a Cretaceous parrot. Nature 396:29-30.

3914 Koenig, Walter D., and Johannes M.H. Knops. 1998. Scale of mast-seeding and tree-ring growth. Nature 396:225-226.

3915 Koenig, Walter D., and Jeffrey R. Walters. 1999. Sex-ratio selection in species with helpers at the nest: the repayment model revisited. Am. Nat. 153:124-130.

3916 Rodríguez-Robles, Javier A., Daniel G. Mulcahy, Harry W. Greene. 1999. Feeding ecology of the desert nightsnake, Hypsiglena torquata (Colubridae). Copeia 1999:93-100.

3917 Leal, Manuel, Javier A. Rodríguez-Robles, and Jonathan B. Losos. 1998. An experimental study of interspecific interactions between two Puerto Rican Anolis lizards. Oecologia 117:273-278.

3918 Hall, Brian K., and Marvalee H. Wake, (Eds.) 1999. [BOOK] The origin and evolution of larval forms. Academic Press, San Diego, CA xiii + 425 pp. NOT AVAILABLE AS A REPRINT.

3919 Hall, Brian K., and Marvalee H. Wake. 1999. Introduction: Larval development, evolution, and ecology. Chapter 1, p. 1-19 in Brian K. Hall and Marvalee H. Wake, (eds.) The origin and evolution of larval forms. Academic Press, San Diego, CA. 1999. xiii + 425 pp.

3920 Hall, Brian K., and Marvalee H. Wake. 1999. Epilogue: Prospects for research on the origin and evolution of larval forms. Chapter 12, p. 411-416 in Brian K. Hall and Marvalee H. Wake, (eds.) The origin and evolution of larval forms. Academic Press, San Diego, CA. 1999. xiii + 425 pp.

3921 Servheen, Christopher, Stephen Herrero, and Bernard Peyton, (eds.) 1999. [BOOK] Bears: Status survey and conservation plan. IUCN/SSC Bear and Polar Bear Specialist Groups, IUCN, Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, U.K. x + 309 pp. NOT AVAILABLE AS A REPRINT.

3922 Peyton, Bernard, Christopher Servheen, and Stephen Herrero. 1999. An overview of bear conservation planning and implementation. Chapter 2, p. 8-24 in Christopher Servheen, Stephen Herrero, and Bernard Peyton, (eds.) Bears: Status survey and conservation plan. IUCN/SSC Bear and Polar Bear Specialist Groups, IUCN, Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, U.K. x + 309 pp.

3923 Peyton, Bernard. 1999. Spectacled bear conservation action plan. Chapter 9, p. 157-158 in Christopher Servheen, Stephen Herrero, and Bernard Peyton, (eds.) Bears: Status survey and conservation plan. IUCN/SSC Bear and Polar Bear Specialist Groups, IUCN, Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, U.K. x + 309 pp.

3924 Schulte, James A., II, J. Robert Macey, Allan Larson, and Theodore J. Papenfuss. 1998. Molecular tests of phylogenetic taxonomies: A general procedure and example using four subfamilies of the lizard family Iguanidae. Molec. Phylogen. Evol. 10:367-376.

3925 Pearson, Oliver P., and Margaret F. Smith. 1999. Genetic similarity between Akodon olivaceus and Akodon xanthorhinus (Rodentia: Muridae) in Argenitina. J. Zool. Lond. 247:43-52.

3926 Fine, Paul V.A. 1999. Aerial predator recognition by free-ranging Sceloporus occidentalis. J. Herp. 33:128-131.

3927 Shier, Debra M., and Sonja I. Yoerg. 1999. What footdrumming signals in kangaroo rats (Dipodomys heermanni). J. Comp. Psych. 113:666-73.

3928 DeGusta, David, W. Henry Gilbert, and Scott P. Turner. 1999. Hypoglossal canal size and hominid speech. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 96:1800-1804.

3929 Rodríguez-Robles, Javier A., Christopher J. Bell, and Harry W. Greene. 1999. Food habits of the glossy snake, Arizona elegans, with comparisons to the diet of sympatric long-nosed snakes, Rhinocheilus lecontei. J. Herp. 33:87-92.

3930 Banks, R.C., J.W. Fitzpatrick, T.R. Howell, N.K. Johnson, B.L. Monroe, Jr., Henri Ouellet, J.V. Remsen, and R.W. Storer. 1998. [BOOK] Check-list of North American birds, 7th Edition. American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D.C., Allen Press, Lawrence, Kansas. i-liv + 829pp. NOT AVAILABLE AS A REPRINT.

3931 Barlow, George W. 1999. [REVIEW] Peter H. Klopfer. Politics and people in ethology. Personal reflections on the study of animal behavior. Bucknell University Press, Lewisburg, Pennsylvania. 1999. Pp. 168. Anim. Behav. 57:260-262.

3932 Koenig, Walter D. 1999. Spatial autocorrelation of ecological phenomena. TREE 14:22-26.

3933 Koenig, Walter D. 1999. [REVIEW] Ian Rowley and Eleanor Russell. Fairy-wrens and Grasswrens: Maluridae, Bird Families of the World, Volume 4. Oxford University Press, Oxford and New York. 1997. xxii + 274 pp. Quart. Rev. Biol. 74:88-89.

3934 Kraaijeveld-Smit, Femmie, and Walter D. Koenig. 1998. [In Dutch] Groepsgedrag van de Eikelspecht. Natura 1998-5:140-141.

3935 Jackman, Todd R. Molecular and historical evidence for the introduction of clouded salamanders (genus Aneides) to Vancouver Island, British Colombia, Canada, from California. Can. J. Zool. 76:1570-1580.

3936 Haddad, Célio F.B., and José P. Pombal, Jr. 1998. Redescription of Physalaemus spiniger (Anura: Leptodactylidae) and description of two new reproductive modes. J. Herp. 32:557-565.

3937 Marcio Martins, José P. Pombal, Jr., and Célio F.B. Haddad. 1998. Escalated aggressive behaviour and facultative parental care in the nest building gladiator frog, Hyla faber. Amphibia-Reptilia 19:65-73.

3938 Esteban, Marisa, Mario García-París, David Buckley and Jacques Castanet. 1999. Bone growth and age in Rana saharica, a water frog living in a desert environment. Ann. Zool. Fennici 36:53-62.

3939 Dickinson, Janis L., and Wesley W. Weathers. 1999. Replacement males in the western bluebird: opportunity for paternity, chick-feeding rules, and fitness consequences of male parental care. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 45:201-209.

3940 Alvarez-Castañeda, Sergio Ticul, and James L. Patton (eds.) 1999. [BOOK] Mamíferos del Noroeste de Mexico (in Spanish and English). Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas del Noroeste, S.C., La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico. 1999. 583 pp. NOT AVAILABLE AS A REPRINT.

3941 Patton, James L. 1999. Rodentia: Family Geomyidae. Pp. 321-350 in Sergio Ticul Alvarez-Castañeda and James L. Patton (eds.) Mamíferos del Noroeste de Mexico. Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas del Noroeste, S.C., La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico. 1999. 583 pp.

3942 Patton, James L. 1999. Rodentia: Family Heteromyidae. Pp. 351-442 in Sergio Ticul Alvarez-Castañeda and James L. Patton (eds.) Mamíferos del Noroeste de Mexico. Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas del Noroeste, S.C., La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico. 1999. 583 pp.

3943 Smith, Margaret F. and James L. Patton. 1999. Phylogenetic relationships and the radiation of sigmodontine rodents in South America: evidence from cytochrome b. J. Mamm. Evol. 6:89-128.

3944 Yoerg, Sonja I. 1999. Solitary is not asocial: effects of social contact in kangaroo rats (Heteromyidae: Dipodomys heermanni). Ethology 105:317-333.

3945 Swenson, Ramona O. 1999. The ecology, behavior, and conservation of the tidewater goby, Eucyclogobius newberryi. Environ. Biol. Fishes 55:99-114.

3946 Koenig, Walter D., Mark T. Stanback, and Joseph Haydock. 1999. Demographic consequences of incest avoidance in the cooperatively breeding acorn woodpecker. Anim. Behav. 57:1287-1293.

3947 de Heinzelin, Jean, J. Desmond Clark, Tim White, William Hart, Paul Renne, Giday WoldeGabriel, Yonas Beyene, and Elizabeth Vrba. 1999. Environment and behavior of 2.5-million-year-old Bouri hominids. Science 284:625-629.

3948 Asfaw, Berhane, Tim White, Owen Lovejoy, Bruce Latimer, Scott Simpson, and Gen Suwa. 1999. Australopithecus garhi: A new species of early hominid from Ethiopia. Science 284:629-635.

3949 Suwa, Gen, Tim D. White, and F. Clark Howell. 1996. Mandibular postcanine dentition from the Shungura formation, Ethiopia: Crown morphology, taxonomic allocations, and Plio-Pleistocene hominid evolution. Am. J. Phys. Anthrop. 101:247-282. NOT AVAILABLE AS A REPRINT.

3950 Renne, Paul R., Giday WoldeGabriel, William K. Hart, Grant Heiken, and Tim D. White. 1999. Chronostratigraphy of the Miocene-Pliocene Sagantole Formation, Middle Awash Valley, Afar rift, Ethiopia. Geological Society of America Bulletin (GSA Bulletin) 111:869-885.

3951 da Fonseca, Gustavo A.B., Gisela Herrmann, and Yuri L.R. Leite. 1999. Macrogeography of Brazilian mammals. Chapter 20, p. 549-563 in John F. Eisenberg and Kent H. Redford, Mammals of the Neotropics, Volume 3. U. Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois.

3952 Chu, Miyoko, and Glenn Walsberg. 1999. Phainopepla (Phainopepla nitens) in The Birds of North America No. 415 (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds.) The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia and The American Ornithologists' Union, Washington, D.C. 20 pp. NOT AVAILABLE AS A REPRINT.

3953 Lidicker, William Z., Jr. 1999. Population regulation in mammals: an evolving view [In Russian: Populyatsionnaya regulyatsiya u mlekopitayushchih: evolyutsiya (sic) vzglyada]. Sibirskii Ekologicheskii Zhurnal 6:5-13.

3954 Lidicker, Willaim Z., Jr., and Jeffrey A. Peterson. 1999. Responses of small mammals to habitat edges. Chapter 10, p. 211-227 in Gary W. Barrett and John D. Peles (eds.) Landscape Ecology of Small Mammals. Springer-Verlag, New York. 347 pp.

3955 Autumn, Kellar. 1999. Secondarily diurnal geckos return to cost of locomotion typical of diurnal lizards. Physiol. Biochem. Zool. 72:339-351.

3956 Autumn, Kellar, Devin Jindrich, Dale DeNardo, and Rachel Mueller. 1999. Locomotor performance at low temperature and the evolution of nocturnality in geckos. Evolution 53:580-599.

3957 Wake, David B., and Neil Shubin. 1998. Limb development in the Pacific giant salamanders, Dicamptodon (Amphibia, Caudata, Dicamptodontidae). Can. J. Zool. 76:2058-2066.

3958 Haddad, Celio F.B., and Walter Hödl. 1997. New reproductive mode in anurans: bubble nest in Chiasmocleis leucosticta (Microhylidae). Copeia 1997:585-588.

3959 Wake, Thomas A., Marvalee H. Wake and Richard G. Lesure. 1999. SHORT PAPER: First Quaternary fossil record of caecilians from a Mexican archaeological site. Quat. Res. 52:138-140.

3960 Rodríguez-Robles, Javier A., Christopher J. Bell and Harry W. Greene. 1999. Gape size and evolution of diet in snakes: feeding ecology of erycine boas. J. Zool. Lond. 248:49-58.

3961 García-París, Mario and Elizabeth L. Jockusch. 1999. A mitochondrial DNA perspective on the evolution of Iberian Discoglossus (Amphibia: Anura). J. Zool. Lond. 248:209-218.

3962 Howell, F. Clark. 1999. Paleo-demes, species clades, and extinctions in the pleistocene hominin record. J. Anthropol. Res. 55:191-243.

3963 Lappin, A. Kristopher, and Erica J. Swinney. 1999. Sexual dimorphism as it relates to natural history of leopard lizards (Crotaphytidae: Gambelia). Copeia 1999:649-660.

3964 Lidicker, William Z., Jr. 1999. Responses of mammals to habitat edges: an overview. Landscape Ecology 14:333-343.

3965 Macey, J. Robert, James A. Schulte II, Allan Larson, Boris S. Tuniyev, Nikolai Orlov, and Theodore J. Papenfuss. 1999. Molecular phylogenetics, tRNA evolution, and historical biogeography in anguid lizards and related taxonomic families. Molec. Phylogen. Evol. 12:250-272.

3966 Macey, J. Robert, Yuezhao Wang, Natalia B. Ananjeva, Allan Larson, and Theodore J. Papenfuss. 1999. Vicariant patterns of fragmentation among gekkonid lizards of the genus Teratoscincus produced by the Indian collision: a molecular phylogenetic perspective and an area cladogram for central Asia. Molec. Phylogen. Evol. 12:320-332.

3967 Johnson, Ned K., J.V. Remsen, Jr., and Carla Cicero. 1999. Resolution of the debate over species concepts in ornithology: a new comprehensive biologic species concept. Pg. 1470-1482 in N.J. Adams and R.H. Slotow, (eds). Proceedings of the 22nd International Ornithological Congress, Aug. 16-22, 1998, Durban. Birdlife South Africa, 1999.

3968 Wake, David, and Todd Jackman. 1999 (1998). Description of a new species of plethodontid salamander from California. Appendix, pp. 1579-1580 in Jackman, Todd R. 1999 (1998). Molecular and historical evidence for the introduction of clouded salamanders (genus Aneides) to Vancouver Island, British Colombia, Canada, from California. Can. J. Zool. 76:1570-1579.

3969 Rodriquez-Robles, Javier, and Harry W. Greene. 1999. Food habits of the long-nosed snake (Rhinocheilus lecontei), a 'specialist' predator? J. Zool. Lond. 248:489-499.

3970 Greene, Harry W. 1999. Foreward. Pp. ix-xi in Roy W. McDiarmid, Jonathan A. Campbell and T'Shaka Toure. Snake Species of the World. A taxonomic and geographic reference, Vol. 1. The Herpetologists' League, Washington D.C. 1999. 511 pp.

3971 Greene, Harry W. 1999. Natural history and behavioural homology. Pp. 173-188 in Gregory R. Bock and Gail Cardew (eds). Novartis Foundation Symposium 222: Homology. John Wiley and Sons, New York. 1999. ix-256 pp.

3972 de V. Grelle, Carlos E., G.A.B. Fonseca, M.T. Fonseca, and L.P. Costa. 1999. The question of scale in threat analysis: a case study with Brazilian mammals. Animal Conservation 2:149-152.

3973 Wake, David B. 1999. Homoplasy, homology and the problem of 'sameness' in biology. Pp. 24-46 in Gregory R. Bock and Gail Cardew (eds). Novartis Foundation Symposium 222: Homology. John Wiley and Sons, New York. 1999. ix-256 pp.

3974 Erickson, Gregory M., and Christopher A. Brochu. 1999. How the 'terror crocodile' grew so big. Nature 398:205-206.

3975 Leonard, William P., and Robert C. Stebbins. 1999. Observations of antipredator tactics of the sharp-tailed snake (Contia tenuis). Northwestern Naturalist 80:74-77.

3976 Koenig, Walter D., and Joseph Haydock. 1999. Oaks, acorns, and the geographical ecology of acorn woodpeckers. J. Biogeography 26:159-165.

3977 DeGusta, David. 1999. Fijian cannibalism: osteological evidence from Navatu. Am. J. Phys. Anthro. 110:215-241.

3978 Stidham, Thomas A. 1999. Did parrots exist in the Cretaceous period? Reply. Nature 399:317-318.

3979 Koenig, Walter D., Johannes M.H. Knops, William J. Carmen, and Mark T. Stanback. 1999. Spatial dynamics in the absence of dispersal: acorn production byoaks in central coastal California. Ecography 22:499-506.

3980 Krakauer, Alan H. 1999. Foraging of yellow-headed caracaras in the fur of a three-toed sloth. J. Raptor Res. 33:270.

3981 Defleur, Alban, Tim White, Patricia Valensi, Ludovic Slimak, and Evelyne Cregut-Bonnoure. 1999. Neanderthal cannibalism at Moula-Guercy, Ardeche, France. Science 286:128-131.

3982 Lynch, James F., and David B. Wake. 1999. Pseudoeurycea longicauda Lynch, Wake, and Yang. Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles 686.1-2.

3983 Lynch, James F., and David B. Wake. 1999. Pseudoeurycea parva Lynch, Wake, and Yang. Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles 687.1-2.

3984 Lynch, James F., and David B. Wake. 1999. Pseudoeurycea unguidentis (Taylor). Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles 688.1-2.

3985 Lidicker, William Z., Jr. 1999. Demographic patterns in space and time. [REVIEW] Nils C. Stenseth and Takashi Saitoh, (eds.) The Population Ecology of the Vole Clethrionomys rufocanus. Researches on Population Ecology Volume 40, No. 1. The Society of Population Ecology, Kyoto, Japan. 1998. 158 pp. BioScience 49:837-839.

3986 Lidicker, William Z., Jr. 1999. California vole: Microtus californicus. Pg. 626-628 in Don E. Wilson and Sue Ruff (eds.) The Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D.C. 1999. xxv + 750 pp.

3987 Lidicker, William Z., Jr. and G.O. Batzli. 1999. Singing vole: Microtus miurus. Pg. 632-633 in Don E. Wilson and Sue Ruff (eds.) The Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D.C. 1999. xxv + 750 pp.

3988 Patton, James L. 1999. Pocket gopher accounts. Pg. 466-480 in Don E. Wilson and Sue Ruff (eds.) The Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D.C. 1999. xxv + 750 pp.

3989 Smith, Margaret F. 1999. Townsend's pocket gopher: Thomomys townsendii. Pg. 477-478 in Don E. Wilson and Sue Ruff (eds.) The Smithsonian Book of North American Mammals. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D.C. 1999. xxv + 750 pp.

3990 Granjon, Laurent, James L. Patton, Vitaly Volobouev, and Jean-Cristophe Vie. 1999. Une nouvelle espece de Ronguer decrite de Guyane Francaise, Isothrix sinnamariensis (in French). Arvicola XI:5-6.

3991 Parra-Olea, Gabriela and Mario Garcia-Paris. 1999. Geographic Distribution: Thorius minydemus (Minute Pigmy Salamander). Herpetological Review 30:105.

3992 Koenig, Walter D. 1999. Spatial autocorrelations: Reply. TREE 14:196

3993 Hayes, Tyrone B., and Karen P. Menendez. 1999. The effect of sex steroids on primary and secondary sex differentiation in the sexually dichromatic reedfrog (Hyperolius argus: Hyperolidae) from the Arabuko Sokoke forest of Kenya. General and Comparative Endocrinology 115:188-199.

3994 Wake, Marvalee H. 1999. Libbie Hyman and comparative vertebrate anatomy. American Museum Novitates 3277:33-39.

3995 Wang Yue-Zhao, Zeng Xiao-Mao, Fang Zi-Li, Wu Guan-Fu, Theodore J. Papenfuss and J. Robert Macey. 1999. Study on the relationships of classification, phylogenetics and distribution of the genus Phrynocephalus species. (Sauria: Agamidae) with the paleogeographical changes during cenozoic era in Tibet plateau (in Chinese with English abstract). Zoological Review 20:178-185.

3996 Keesing, Felicia. 1998. Ecology and behavior of the pouched mouse, Saccostomus mearnsi, in central Kenya. J. Mamm. 79:919-931.

3997 Keesing, Felicia. 1998. Impacts of ungulates on the demography and diversity of small mammals in central Kenya. Oecologia 116:381-389.

3998 Grant, Gilbert S., and Sandra Anne Banack. 1999. Harem structure and reproductive behaviour of Pteropus tonganus in American Samoa. Australian Mammalogy 21:111-120.

3999 Greene, Harry W. 1999. [Foreword] Living with snakes. Pp. xv-xix in G.H. Rodda, Y. Sawai, D. Chissar and H. Tanaka (eds.) Problem Snake Management: The habu and the brown treesnake. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York. 1999. xix + 534 pp.

4000 Lidicker, William Z., Jr. 1999. [REVIEW] Neil A. Campbell. Biology, Fourth Edition. The Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Company, Menlo Park, CA. 1996. 1,206 pp.

4001 Koenig, Walter D., Dale R. McCullough, Charles E. Vaughn, Johannes M.H. Knops, and William J. Carmen. 1999. Synchrony and asynchrony of acorn production at two coastal California sites. Madrono 46:20-24.

4002 Greene, Harry W. 1998. We are primates and we are fish: teaching monophyletic organismal biology [REVIEW] F.H. Pugh, J.B. Heiser, and W.N. McFarland. Vertebrate Life, Fourth Edition. Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, N.J. 1996. 798 pp.; E.W.A. Gergus and G.W. Schuett. Labs for Vertebrate Zoology: An evolutionary approach. Cooper Publishing Group, Carmel, IN. 1997. 248 pp.; F.H. Pough, R.M. Andrews, J.E. Cadle, M.L. Crump, A.H. Savitzky, and K.D. Wells. Herpetology. Prentice Hall, N.J. 1997. 577 pp. Integrative Biology: Issues, News and Reviews 1:108-111.

4003 Rodriquez-Robles, Javier A., and Jose M. de Jesus-Escobar. 1999. Molecular systematics of New World lampropeltinine snakes (Colubridae): implications for biogeography and evolution of food habits. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 68:355-385.

4004 Rodriquez-Robles, Javier A., Dale F, Denardo and Richard E. Staub. 1999. Phylogeography of the California mountain kingsnake, Lampropeltis zonata (Colubridae). Molecular Ecology 8:1923-1934.

4005 Smale, Laura, Kay E. Holekamp, and Paula A. White. 1999. Siblicide revisited in the spotted hyaena: does it conform to obigate or facultative models? Animal Behaviour 58,545-551.

4006 Hanken, James, David B. Wake, and Howard L. Freeman. 1999. Three new species of minute salamanders (Thorius: Plethodontidae) from Guerrero, Mexico, including the report of a novel dental polymorphism in urodeles. Copeia 1999:917-931.

4007 Wake, Marvalee H. 1999. [REVIEW] George R. McGhee, Jr. Theoretical morphology the concept and its applications. Columbia University Press, New York 1999. x + 316 pp. Systematic Biology 48:830-831.

4008 Dunker, Nicole, Marvalee H. Wake, and Wendy M. Olson. 2000. Embryonic and larval development in the caecilian Ichthyophis kohtaoensis (Amphibia, Gymnophiona): A staging table. Journal of Morphology 243:3-34.

4009 Zenuto, Roxana R., Eileen A. Lacey and Cristina Busch. 1999. DNA fingerprinting reveals polygyny in the subterranean rodent Ctenomys talarum. Molecular Ecology 8:1529-1532.

4010 Lacey, Eileen A., Jesus E. Maldonado, Jerod P. Clabaugh and Marjorie D. Matocq. 1999. Interspecific variation in microsatellites isolated from tuco-tucos (Rodentia: Ctenomyidae). Molecular Ecology 8:1754-1756.

4011 Cicero, Carla and Z Morgan Benowitz-Fredericks. 2000. Song types and variation in insular populations of Lincoln's Sparrow (Melospiza lincolnii), and comparisons with other Melospiza. The Auk 117:52-64.

4012 Koenig, Walter D. 2000. [REVIEW] Alexander F. Skutch. Helpers at birds' nests: A worldwide survey of cooperative breeding and related behavior. University of Iowa Press, Iowa City. 1999, xv + 298 pp. The Auk 117:273-274.

4013 Fleck, David W., Robert S. Voss and James L. Patton. 1999. Biological basis of Saki (Pithecia) folk species recognized by the Matses Indians of Amazonian Peru. Int. J. Primatol. 20:1005-1028.

4014 White, Tim D., Gen Suwa, Scott Simpson and Berhane Asfaw. 2000. Jaws and teeth of Australopithecus afarensis from Maka, Middle Awash, Ethiopia. Am J Phys Anthropol 111:45-68.

4015 Rodriguez-Robles, Javier A. and Jose M. De Jesus-Escobar. 2000. Molecular Systematics of new world gopher, bull and pinesnakes (Pituophis: Colubridae), a transcontinental species complex. Mol. Phylogenet. Evol. 14:35-50.

4016 Zamudio, K. R. and Gabriela Parra-Olea. 2000. Reproductive mode and female reproductive cycles of two endemic Mexican horned lizards (Phrynosoma taurus and Phrynosoma braconnieri). Copeia, 2000:222-229.

4017 Garcia-Paris, Mario and David B. Wake. 2000. Molecular phylogenetic analysis of relationships of the tropical salamander genera Oedipina and Nototriton, with descriptions of a new genus and three new species. Copeia, 2000:42-70.

4018 Parham, James Ford and Thomas Allen Stidham. 1999. Late Cretaceous sea turtles from the Chico Formation of California. Paleo Bios 19(3):1-7.

4019 Wake, David B. 1999. A crisis for the world's amphibians; an issue in biodiversity science. Aeramook, Asahi Shimbun Extra Report & Analysis, Special Number 54:88-91 (In Japanese).

4020 Marks, Jeffrey S., Jamis L. Dickinson and Joseph Haydock. 1999. Genetic monogamy in Long-eared Owls. The Condor 101:854-859.

4021 Barlow, George W. 1999. Fish life on the littoral edge. Behaviour and conservation of littoral fishes, LISBOA:3-32.

4022 Parra-Olea, Gabriela, Mario Garc’a-Par’s and David B. Wake. 1999. Status of some populations of Mexican salamanders (Amphibia: Plethodontidae). Rev. Biol. Trop., 47(1-2):217-223.

4023 Parker, Patricia G., Thomas C. Jones, Joseph Haydock, Janis L. Dickinson, and Bradley D. Worden. 1999. Multilocus minisatellite DNA fingerprinting and cooperative breeding. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 47:108-111.

4024 Patton, James L., Maria Nazareth F. da Silva, Jay R. Malcolm. 2000. Mammals of the Rio Jurua and the evolutionary and ecological diversification of Amazonia. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, No. 244:1-306. NOT AVAILABLE AS A REPRINT.

4025 Koenig, Walter D. and Johannes M.H. Knops. 1999. The ecology of blue oak (Quercus douglasii) acorn production. Proceedings from the Second International Oak Conference Oct 1997, The Journal of the International Oak Society 9:60-68.

4026 Johnson, Ned K. 2000. [REVIEW] The era of Allan R. Phillips: A Festschrift. Compiled by Robert W. Dickerman. Horizon Communications, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 1997:246 pp. The Wilson Bulletin, 112 no. 1:157-158.

4027 Hambuch, Tina M. and Eileen A. Lacey. 2000. Contrasting patterns of MHC and microsatellite diversity in social and solitary tuco-tucos (Rodentia: Ctenomyidae). Major Histocompatibility Complex Evolution, Structure, and Function, M. Kasahara (Ed.), Springer-Verlag Tokyo 2000:542-554.

4028 DeGusta, David. 2000. Fijian cannibalism and mortuary ritual: Bioarchaeological evidence from Vunda. Int. J. Osteoarchaeol. 10:76-92.

4029 Garcia-Paris, Mario, David A. Good, Gabriela Parra-Olea, and David B. Wake. 2000. Biodiversity of Costa Rican salamanders: Implications of high levels of genetic differentiation and phylogeographic structure for species formation. PNAS Vol 97, No. 4:1640-1647.

4030 Koenig, Walter D. and Johannes M.H. Knops. 2000. Patterns of annual seed production by Northern Hemisphere trees: A global perspective. The American Naturalist Vol. 155:59-69.

4031 Lovejoy, N.R. and M.L.G. De Araujo. 2000. Molecular systematics, biogegraphy and population structure of Neotropical freshwater needlefishes of the genus Potamorrhapyhis. Molecular Ecology 9, 259-268.

4032 Kenagy, G.J. and O.P. Pearson. 2000. Life with fur and without: experimental field energetics and survival of naked meadow voles. Oecologia (2000) 122:220-224.

4033 McCullough, Dale R. 2000. [REVIEW] The European Roe Deer: The Biology of Success. J. Wildl. Manage. 64(2):608-609.

4034 McCullough, Dale R., Kurtis C. J. Pei, and Ying Wang. 2000. Home range, activity patterns, and habitat relations of Reeves' muntjacs in Taiwan. J. Wildl. Manage. 64(2):430-441.

4035 McCullough, Dale R. 1999. Density dependence and life-history strategies of ungulates. J. of Mammalogy, 80(4):1130-1146, 1999.

4036 Cicero, Carla. 2000. Oak Titmouse (Baeolophus inornatus) and Juniper Titmouse (Baeolophus ridgwayi). The Birds of North America, No. 485 (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds.). NOT AVAILABLE AS A REPRINT.

4037 Parkinson, Christopher L., Kelly R. Zamudio and Harry W. Greene. 2000. Phylogeography of the pitviper clade Agkistrodon: historical ecology, species status, and conservation of cantils. Molecular Ecology 9, 411-420.

4038 Zamudio, Kelly R., David L. Hardy Sr., Marcio Martins, and Harry W. Greene. 2000. Fang tip spread, puncture distance, and suction for snake bite. Toxicon 38:723-728.

4039 Trenham, Peter C., Bradley Shaffer, Walter D. Koenig, and Mark R. Stromberg. 2000. Life history and demographic variation in the California Tiger Salamander ( Ambystoma californiense). Copeia 2:365-377.

4040 Bell, Christopher J, and Anthony D. Barnosky. 2000. The microtine rodents from the Pit locality in Porcupine Cave, Park County, Colorado. Annals of Carnegie Museum, Vol. 69, 2:93-134.

4041 Garcia-Paris, Mario, Gabriela Parra-Olea, and David B. Wake. 2000. Phylogenetic relationships within the lowland tropical salamanders of the Bolitoglossa mexicana complex (Amphibia: Plethodontidae). The Biology of Plethodontid Salamanders, edited by Bruce et al. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York. 9:199-214.

4042 Wake, David B., and Elizabeth L. Jockusch. 2000. Detecting species borders using diverse data sets: examples from Plethodontid Salamanders in California. The Biology of Plethodontid Salamanders, edited by Bruce et al. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York. 4:95-119.

4043 Marks, Sharyn B. 2000. Skull development in two Plethodontid Salamanders (genus Desmognathus) with different life histories. The Biology of Plethodontid Salamanders, edited by Bruce et al. Kluwer Academic/Plenus Publishers, New York. 12:261-276.

4044 Bolen, Ginger M., Stephen J. Rothstein, and Charles H. Trost. 2000. Egg recognition in Yellow-billed and Black-billed Magpies in the absence of interspecific parasitism: implications for parasite-host oevolution. Condor 102:432-438.

4045 Macey, J. Robert, James A. Schulte, II, Allan Larson, Natalia B. Ananjeva, Yuezhao Wang, Rohan Pethyiyagoda, Nasrullah Rastegar-Pouyani, and Theodore J. Papenfuss. 2000. Evaluating Trans-Tethys Migration: an example using acrodont lizard phylogenetics. Systematic Biology 49(2):233-256.

4046 Macey, J. Robert, Natalia B. Ananjeva, Yuezhao Wang, and Theodore J. Papenfuss. 2000. Phylogenetic relationships among Asian gekkonid lizards formerly of the genus Cyrtodactylus based on cladistic analyses of allozymic data: monopoly of Cyrtopodion and Mediodactylus. Journal of Herpetology 34(2):258-265.

4047 Barlow, George W. 2000. [OBITUARY] Gerardus Pieter Baerends, 30 March 16 - 1 September 1999. Ethology 106:481-482.

4048 Macey, Robert J., James A. Schulte II, Haji G. Kami, Natalia B. Ananjeva, Allan Larson, and Theodore J. Papenfuss. 2000. Testing hypotheses of vicariance in the agamid lizard Laudakia caucasia from mountain ranges on the northern Iranian plateau. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 14(3):470-483.

4049 Deban, Stephen M. and David B. Wake. 2000. Aquatic feeding in salamanders. Ch. 3 p 65-94 in K. Schwenk, ed. Feeding form, function, and evolution in Tetrapod Vertebrates. Academic Press, San Diego. vii-537.

4050 Wake, David B. and Stephen M. Deban. 2000. Terrestrial feeding in salamanders. Ch. 4 p 95-116 in K. Schwenk, ed. Feeding form, function, and evolution in Tetrapod Vertebrates. Academic Press, San Diego. vii-537.

4051 Ackerman-Melendez, Elvia J., James D. Ackerman, and Javier A. Rodriguez-Robles 2000. Reproduction in an orchid can be resource-limited over its lifetime. Biotropica 32(2):282-290.

4052 Koenig, Walter D., Philip N. Hooge, Mark T. Stanback, and Joseph Haydock. 2000. Natal dispersal in the cooperatively breeding Acorn Woodpeckers. The Condor 102:492-502.

4053 Pombal, Jose P. and Celio F.B. Haddad 1999 Frogs of the genus Paratelmatobius (Anura: Leptodactylidae) with descriptions of two new species. Copeia, (4):1014-1026.

4054 Banks, Richard C., Carla Cicero, Jon L. Dunn, Andrew W. Kratter, H. Ouellet, P.C. Rasmussen, J.V. Remsen, Jr., J.A. Rising, and D.F. Stotz. 2000. Forty-second supplement to the American Ornithologists' Union check-list of North American Birds. The Auk 117(3):847-858. NOT AVAILABLE AS A REPRINT.

4055 Lidicker, William Z. Jr., Jerry O. Wolff, and Robert A. Mowrey. 2000. Genetic change in a cyclic population of snowshoe hares. Ecoscience 7(3):247-255.

4056 Lidicker, William Z. Jr. 2000. Fragments and edges in boreal landscapes. Russian Academy of Sciences, Siberian Branch, Novosidirsk, Biodiversity and Dynamics of Ecosystems in North Eurasia, vol 3:251-252.

4057 Pickering, Travis Rayne, Tim D. White, and Nicholas Toth. 2000. Brief Communication: Cutmarks on a Plio-Pleistocene hominid from Sterkfontein, South Africa. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 111:579-584.

4058 Stromberg, Mark R. 2000. Montezuma Quail (Cyrtonyx montezumae). In The Birds of North America, No. 524 (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds.). The Birds of North America, Inc., Philadelphia, PA. NOT AVAILABLE AS A REPRINT.

4059 Lovejoy, Nathan R. 2000. Reinterpreting recapitulation: Systematics of needlefishes and their allies (Teleostei: Beloniformes). Evolution 54(4):1349-1362.

4060 Matocq, Marjorie D., James L. Patton, and Maria Nazareth F. Da Silva. 2000. Population genetic structure of two ecologically distinct Amazonian spiny rats: Separating history and current ecology. Evolution 54(4):1423-1432.

4061 Wake, David B. 2000. [REVIEW] Gunther Köhler - The amphibians and reptiles of Nicaragua. A distributional checklist with keys - 1999- Frankfurt am Main [Senckenbergische Naturforschende Gesellschaft] - CFS Courier Forschungsinstitut Senckenberg 213:1-121. Herpetozoa 13 (1/2):95-96.

4062 Orlov, Nikolai L., Robert W. Murphy, and Theordore J. Papenfuss. 2000. List of snakes of Tam-Dao mountain ridge (Tonkin, Vietnam). Russian Journal of Herpetology 7(1):69-80.

4063 Koenig, Walt. 2000. The California Acorn Report. The California Acorn Report 4:1-8.

4064 Dickinson, Janis L., Ken Kraaijeveld, and Femmie Smit-Kraaijeveld. 2000. Specialized extrapair mating display in Western Bluebirds. The Auk 117(4):1078-1080.

4065 Wake, David B. and Jonathan A. Campbell. 2000. A new species of diminutive salamander (Amphibia: Caudata: Plethodontidae: Nototriton) from the Montañas del Mico of Guatemala. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 113(3):815-819.

4066 Moritz, Craig and J.L. Patton, C.J. Schneider, and T.B. Smith. 2000. Diversification of Rainforest Faunas: An Integrated Molecular Approach. Annu. Rev. Ecol. Syst. 31:533-563.

4067 Lidicker, William Z., Jr. 2000. An Essay on the History of the Biosystematists of the San Francisco Bay Area. from Ghiselin, M.T. and A.E. Leviton (eds.). 2000. Cultures and Institutions of Natural History: essays in the history and philosophy of science. Calif. Academy of Sciences Memoir no. 25:363 pp. (315-327).

4068 White, Tim D. 2000. News and Views A View on the Science: Physical Anthropology at the Millennium. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 113:287-292.

4069 Gascon, Claude, J.R. Malcolm, J.L. Patton, M.N.F. da Silva, J.P. Bogart, S.C. Lougheed, C.A. Peres, S. Neckel, and P.T. Boag. 2000. Riverine barriers and the geographic distribution of Amazonian species. PNAS 97(25):13672-13677.

4070 Koenig, Walter. 2000. [REVIEW] Christopher Cokinos. 2000. Hope is the Thing with Feathers. Penguin Putnam. Inc. New York. 368 pp. The Condor 102:963-964.

4071 Boonstra, Rudy, Anne H. Hubbs, Eileen A. Lacey, and Carolyn J. McColl. 2001. Seasonal changes in glucocorticoid and testosterone concentrations in free-living arctic ground squirrels from the boreal forest of the Yukon. Can. J. Zool. 79:49-58.

4072 Alvarez-Castañeda, Sergio Ticul and James L. Patton (eds.) 2000. [BOOK] Mamíferos del Noroeste de Mexico II (in Spanish and English). Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas del Noroeste, S.C., La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico. 2000. pgs. 587-873.

4073 Patton, James L. 2000. Family Erethizontidae. Pp. 587-589 in Sergio Ticul Alvarez-Castañeda and James L. Patton (eds.) Mamíferos del Noroeste de México II. Centro de Investigaciones Biológicas del Noroeste, S.C., La Paz, Baja California Sur, Mexico. 2000. pgs. 587-873.

4074 Lacey, Eileen A. 2000. It's Not Just the Naked Ones Any More... Behavior and Ecology of African Mole-rats. [REVIEW] Nigel C. Bennett and Chris G. Faulkes. 2000. African mole-rats: ecology and eusociality. Cambridge University Press, New York. xiv + 293 pp. Ecology, 81(12), pp. 3548-3549.

4075 Roth, Gerhard and David B. Wake. 2001. Evolution and Devolution: The Case of Bolitoglossine Salamanders. Chapter 8, p. 237-263 in Gerhard Roth and Mario F. Wullimann (eds.) Brain Evolution and Cognition. John Wiley & Sons, New York, NY. 597 pp.

4076 Ainley, David G. and Robert E. Jones. 2000. Southern Sea Otter Enhydra lutris nereis. Pp. 241-242 in Baylands Ecosystem Species and Community Profiles: Life histories and environmental requirements of key plants, fish and wildlife. Prepared by the San Francisco Bay Area Wetlands Ecosystem Goals Project. P.R. Olofson, editor. San Francisco Water Control Board, Oakland, CA. 407 pp.

4077 Lidicker, William Z. Jr. and David G. Ainley. 2000. Harbor Seal Phoca vitulina richardsi [sic]. Pp. 243-246 in Baylands Ecosystem Species and Community Profiles: Life histories and environmental requirements of key plants, fish and wildlife. Prepared by the San Francisco Bay Area Wetlands Ecosystem Goals Project. P.R. Olofson, editor. San Francisco Water Control Board, Oakland, CA. 407 pp.

4078 Ainley, David G. and Robert E. Jones. 2000. California Sea Lion Zalophus californianus. Pp. 246-248 in Baylands Ecosystem Species and Community Profiles: Life histories and environmental requirements of key plants, fish and wildlife. Prepared by the San Francisco Bay Area Wetlands Ecosystem Goals Project. P.R. Olofson, editor. San Francisco Water Control Board, Oakland, CA. 407 pp.

4079 Lidicker, William Z. Jr. 2000. California Vole Microtus californicus. Pp. 229-231 in Baylands Ecosystem Species and Community Profiles: Life histories and environmental requirements of key plants, fish and wildlife. Prepared by the San Francisco Bay Area Wetlands Ecosystem Goals Project. P.R. Olofson, editor. San Francisco Water Control Board, Oakland, CA. 407 pp.

4080 Zamudio, Kelly R. and Barry Sinervo. 2000. Polygyny, mate-guarding, and posthumous fertilization as alternative male mating strategies. PNAS Vol. 97(26):14427-14432.

4081 Wake, David B. 2001. Speciation in the round. Nature 409:299-300.

4082 Lacey, Eileen A., James L. Patton and Guy N. Cameron (eds.) 2000. [BOOK] Life Underground: the biology of subterranean rodents. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois. 449 pp. NOT AVAILABLE AS A REPRINT.

4083 Lacey, Eileen, A. 2000. Spatial and Social Systems of Subterranean Rodents. Chapter 7, p. 257-296 in Lacey, Eileen, A., James L. Patton and Guy N. Cameron (eds.) Life Underground: the biology of subterranean rodents. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois. 449 pp.

4084 Steinberg, Eleanor K. and James L. Patton. 2000. Genetic Structure and the Geography of Speciation in Subterranean Rodents: Opportunities and Constraints for Evolutionary Diversification. Chapter 8, p. 301-331 in Lacey, Eileen, A., James L. Patton and Guy N. Cameron (eds.) Life Underground: the biology of subterranean rodents. The University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois. 449 pp.

4085 Rodriguez-Robles, Javier A., Glenn R. Stewart and Theodore J. Papenfuss. 2001. Mitochondrial DNA-Based Phylogeography of North American Rubber Boas, Charina bottae (Serpentes: Boidae). Molecular, Phylogenetics and Evolution. Vol. 18, No. 2, February, pp 227-237.

4086 Mahoney, Meredith, J. 2001. Molecular Systematics of Plethodon and Aneides (Caudata: Plethodontidae: Plethodontini): Phylogenetic Analysis of an Old and Rapid Radiation. Molecular, Phylogenetics and Evolution. Vol. 18, No. 2, February, pp 174-188.

4087 Jones, Andrea L., David Degusta, Scott P. Turner, Christina J. Campbell, and Katherine Milton. 2000. Craniometric Variation in a Population of Mantled Howler Monkeys (alouatta palliata): Evidence of Size Selection in Females and Growth in Dentally Mature Males. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 113:411-434.

4088 Lidicker, William Z. Jr. 2000. A food web/landscape interaction model for microtine rodent density cyles. OIKOS 91:435-445. Copenhagen.

4089 Buchholz, Daniel R. and Tyrone B. Hayes. 2000. Larval Period Comparison for the Spadefoot Toads Scaphiopus Couchii and Spea Multiplicata (Pelobatidae: Anura). Herpetologica. 56(4):455-468.

4090 Mobley, Jason A. and Thomas A. Stidham. 2000. Great Horned Owl Death from Predation of a Toxic California Newt. Wilson Bulletin, 112(4):563-564.

4091 McCullough, Dale R. 2000. Male Harvest in Relation to Female Removals in a Black-tailed Deer Population. Journal of Wildlife Management 65(1):46-58.

4092 Duplicate listing - See Article #4069 Gascon, Claude, Jay R. Malcolm, James L. Patton, Maria N.F. da Silva, James P. Bogart, Stephen C. Lougheed, Carlos A. Peres, Selvino Neckel, and Peter T. Boag. 2000. Riverine barriers and the geographic distribution of Amazonian species. PNAS 97(25):13672-13677.

4093 Lara, Marcia C. and James L. Patton. 2000. Evolutionary diversification of spiny rats (genus Trinomys, Rodentia: Echimyidae) in the Atlantic Forest of Brazil. Zoological Journal of the n Linnean Society (2000), 130:661-686.

4094 Johnson, Ned K. 2001. [REVIEW] Schodde, Richard and Ian J. Mason. 1999. The Directory of Australian Birds: Passerines. CSIRO Publishing. Collingwood, Victoria, Australia. x + 851 pp. The Condor 103:200.

4095 Savage, Jay M. and Marvalee H. Wake. 2001. Reevaluation of the Status of Taxa of Central American Caecilians (Amphibia: Gymnophiona), with Comments on Their Origin and Evolution. Copeia, 2001(1), pp. 52-64.

4096 Wake, Marvalee H. and David B. Wake. 2000. Developmental morphology of early vertebrogenesis in Caecilians (Amphibia: Gymnophiona): Resegmentation and phylogenesis. Zoology 103:68-88.

4097 Olson, Wendy, M. 2000. Phylogeny, ontogeny, and function: Extraskeletal bones in the tendons and joints of Hymenochirus boettgeri (Amphibia: Anura: Pipidae). Zoology 103:15-24.

4098 Koenig, Walter D. and Joseph Haydock. 2001. Dividing Up the Kids. Science 291:442-443.

4099 Matocq, Marjorie D. and Francis X. Villablanca. 2001. Low genetic diversity in an endangered species: recent or historic pattern? Biological Conservation 98:61-68.

4100 Geise, Lena, Margaret F. Smith, and James L. Patton. 2001. Diversification in the Genus Akodon (Rodentia:Sigmodontinae) in Southeastern South America: Mitochondrial DNA Sequence Analysis. Journal of Mammalogy 82:92-101.

4101 Knops, Johannes M.H. and Walter D. Koenig. 2000. Annual Variation in Xylem Water Potential in California Oaks. Madroño 47(2):106-108.

4102 Hays, Warren S.T. and William Z. Lidicker Jr. 2000. Winter aggregations, Dehnel Effect, and habitat relations in the Suisun shrew Sorex ornatus sinuosus. Acta Theriologica 45(4):433-442.

4103 Weisrock, David W., J. Robert Macey, Ismail H. Ugurtas, Allan Larson and Theodore J. Papenfuss. 2001. Molecular Phylogenetics and Historical Biogeography among Salamandrids of the "True" Salamander Clade: Rapid Branching of Numerous Highly Divergent Lineages in Mertensiella luschani Associated with the Rise of Anatolia. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 18(3):434-448.

4104 Reiserer, Randall S. and Dale F. DeNardo. 2000. Natural History Observations on Bitis peringueyi (Boulenger) (Reptilia: Viperidae). Cimbebasia 16:195-198.

4105 Ditchfield, Albert David and Kevin Burns. 1998. DNA Sequences Reveal Phylogeographic Similarities of Neotropical Bats and Birds. J. Comp. Biol. 3(2):165-170.

4106 Pyle, Peter, Douglas J. Long, Jacqueline Schonewald, Robert E. Jones and Jan Roletto. 2001. Historical and Recent Colonization of the South Farallon Islands, California, by Northern Fur Seals (Callorhinus ursinus). Marine Mammal Science 17(2):397-402.

4107 Kraaijeveld, Ken and Janis L. Dickinson. 2001. Family-based winter territoriality in western bluebirds, Sialia mexicana: the structure and dynamics of winter groups. Animal Behaviour 61:109-117.

4108 Koenig, Walter D., Mark T. Stanback, Joseph Haydock and Femmie Kraaijeveld-Smit. 2001. Nestling sex ratio variation in the cooperatively breeding acorn woodpecker (Melanerpes formicivorus). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 49:357-365.

4109 Smith, M.F., D.A. Kelt and J.L. Patton. 2001. Testing models of diversification in mice in the Abrothrix olivaceus/xanthorhinus complex in Chile and Argentina. Molecular Ecology 10:397-405.

4110 Summers, Adam P. and Marvalee H. Wake. 2001. Clarification Regarding the Holotype of Caecilia volcani (Amphibia Gymnophiona). Copeia (2):561-562.

4111 Costa, L.P, Yuri L.R. Leite, Gustavo A.B. Fonseca, Monica Tavares da Fonseca. 2000. Biogeography of South American Forest Mammals: Endemism and Diversity in the Atlantic Forest. Biotropica 32(4b):872-881.

4112 Mayer, E. and Ned K. Johnson. 2001. Is Spizella taverneri a species or a subspecies? Condor 103:418-419.

4113 Haydock, J., W.D. Koenig and M.T. Stanback. 2001. Shared parentage and incest avoidance in the cooperatively breeding acorn woodpecker. Molecular Ecology 10:1515-1525.

4114 Summers, Adam P., Lara A. Ferry-Graham. 2001. Ventilatory modes and mechanics of the hedgehog skate (Leucoraja Erinacea): testing the continuous flow model. Molecular Ecology 10, 1515-1525.

4115 Parra-Olea, Gabriel and David B. Wake. 2001. Extreme morphological and ecological homoplasy in tropical salamanders. PNAS Vol. 98, No. 14:7888-7891.

4116 Cicero, Carla and Ned K. Johnson. 2001. Higher-Level Phylogeny of New World Vireos (Aves: Vireonidae) Based on Sequences of Multiple Mitochondrial DNA Genes. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, Vol 20, No. 1:27-40.

4117 Johnson, Ned K. and Robert E. Jones. 2001. A New Species of Tody-Tyrant (Tyrannidae: Poecilotriccus) from Northern Peru. The Auk 118(2):334-341.

4118 Wake, Marvalee H. 2001. Foreword in Giorgio Bernardi, Jean-Claude Mounolou, Talal Younes (eds.) Biological Sciences: Challenges for the 21st Century [BOOK]. Pp. 3-4, Biology International N° 41 (June, 2001). 100 pp.

4119 Wake, Marvalee H. 2001. Integrative Biology: Its Promise and Its Perils. Pp. 71-74 in Giorgio Bernardi, Jean-Claude Mounolou, Talal Younes (eds.) Biological Sciences: Challenges for the 21st Century [BOOK]. Biology International N° 41 (June, 2001). 100 pp.

4120 Wake, David B. 2001. Genomes, Morphologies and Communities: a Hierarchical Perspective on Evolutionary Patterns. Pg 61 - 64 in Giorgio Bernardi, Jean-Claude Mounolou and Talal Younes (eds.) Biological Sciences: Challenges for the 21st Century [BOOK]. Biology International No. 41 (June, 2001). 100 pp.

4121 Parra-Olea, Gabriela, Theodore J. Papenfuss and David B. Wake. 2001. New Species of Lungless Salamanders of the Genus Pseudoeurycea (Amphibia: Caudata: Plethodontidae) from Veracruz, Mexico. Scientific Papers, Natural History Museum, University of Kansas. No. 20:1-9.

4122 Wake, David B. 2001. Foreword in William E. Duellman, The Hylid Frogs of Middle America [BOOK]. Pp. vii-viii. Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles. Ithaca, NY.

4123 Koenig, Walter and Johannes M.H. Knops. 2001. Seed-crop size and eruptions of North American boreal seed-eating birds. Journal of Animal Ecology 70:609-620.

4124 Vazquez-Dominguez, E., D. Paetkau, N. Tucker, G. Hinten and C. Moritz. 2001. Resolution of natural groups using iterative assignment tests: an example from two species of Australian native rats (Rattus). Molecular Ecology 10:2069-2078.

4125 Sumner, J., F. Rousset, A. Estoup and C. Moritz. 2001. "Neighbourhood" size, dispersal and density estimates in the prickly forest skink (Gnypetoscincus queenslandiae) using individual genetic and demographic methods. Molecular Ecology 10:1917-1927.

4126 Lidicker, William Z. Jr. 2001. The Dehnel-Petrusewicz Memorial Fund - an experiment in international cooperation. Acta Theriologica 46(2):207-220.

4127 Brame, A.H. Jr., J. Savage, D.B. Wake and J. Hanken. 2001. New Species of Large Black Salamander, Genus Bolitoglossa (Plethodontidae) from Western Panama. Copeia 3:700-704.

4128 Haddad, Celio F.B. and R.J. Sawaya. 2000. Reproductive Modes of Atlantic Forest Hylid Frogs: A General Overview and the Description of a New Mode. Biotropica 32(4b):862-871.

4129 Lacey, Eileen A. and John Wiesczorek. 2001. Territoriality and male reproductive success in arctic ground squirrels. Behavioral Ecology, Vol. 12 No. 5:626-632.

4130 Lacey, Eileen A. 2001. Microsatellite variation in solitary and social tuco-tucos: molecular properties and population dynamics. Heredity 86:628-637.

4131 Jockusch, Elizabeth L., Kay P. Yanev and David B. Wake. 2001. Molecular Phylogenetic Analysis of Slender Salamanders, Genus Batrachoseps (Amphibia: Plethodontidae), from Central Coastal California with Descriptions of Four New Species. Herpetological Monographs, 15:54-99.

4132 Stuart-Fox, Devi M., Christopher J. Schneider, Craig Moritz and Patrick J. Couper. 2001. Comparative phylogeography of three rainforest-restricted lizards from mid-east Queensland. Australian Journal of Zoology, 49:119-127.

4133 Koenig, Walter D. 2001. Spatial Autocorrelation and Local Disappearances in Wintering North American Birds. Ecology, 82(9):2636-2644.

4134 Moritz, Craig, Karen S. Richardson, Simon Ferrier, Geoffrey B. Monteith, John Stanisic, Stephen E. Williams and Trevor Whiffin. 2001. Biogeographical concordance and efficiency of taxon indicators for establishing conservation priority in a tropical rainforest biota. Proceedings of the Royal Society, vol. 268, no. 1479:1861-1964.

4135 Lee, Jonathan Sau-Fung, and George Barlow. 2001. Recruiting juvenile damselfish: the process of recruiting into adult colonies in the damselfish Stegastes nigricans. Acta Ethol 4:23-29.

4136 Schauble, C.S. and C. Moritz. 2001. Comparative phylogeography of two open forest frogs from eastern Australia. Biological Journal of the Linean Society, 74:157-170.

4137 Robertson, Bruce C., Sandie M. Degnan, Jiro Kikkawa and Craig Moritz. 2001. Genetic monogamy in the absence of paternity guards: the Capricorn silvereye, Zosterops lateralis chlorocephalus, on Heron Island. Behavioral Ecology, Vol 12, No. 6:666-673.

4138 Dickinson, Janis. 2001. Extrapair copulations in western bluebirds (Sialia mexicana): female receptivity favors older males. Behavioral Ecol Sociobiol, 50:423-429.

4139 Hopenstand, Dafna and Ned K. Johnson. 2001. Variation in Pigmentary and Colorimetric Properties of Red Crown Feathers in Selected Woodpeckers (Aves: Picadae). Berkeley Scientific Vol. 5, Issue 1:56-60.

4140 Patton, James L. and Maria Nazareth F. da Silva. 2001. Molecular Phylogenetics and the Diversification of Amazonian Mammals. Diversidade Biol—gica e Cultural da Amaz™nia: 139-164.

4141 Koenig, Walter D. 2001. Synchrony and periodicity of eruptions by boreal seed-eating birds. Condor 103:725-735.

4142 DeQueiroz, Kevin and Steven Poe. 2001. Philosophy and Phlogenetic Inference: A Comparison of Likelihood and Parsimony Methods in the Context of Karl Popper's Writings on Corroboration. Syst. Biol. 50(3):305-321.

4143 Papenfuss, Theodore J., J. Robert Macey and James A Schulte II. 2001. A New Lizard Species in the Genus Xantusia from Arizona. Scientific Papers, Natural History Museum, University of Kansas; No. 23:1-9.

4144 Hanken, James and David B. Wake. 2001. A Seventh Species of Minute Salamander (Thorius: Plethodontidae) From the Sierra de Juarez, Oaxaca, Mexico. Herpetologica, 57(4):515-523.

4145 Wake, David B. and Jonathan A. Campbell. 2001. An Aquatic Plethodontid Salamander From Oaxaca, Mexico. Herpetologica, 57(4):509-514.

4146 Jockusch, Elizabeth, Kay Yanev, and David B. Wake. 2001. Molecular Phylogenetic Analysis of Slender Salamanders, Genus Batrachoseps (Amphibia: Plethodontidae), from Central California with Descriptions of Four New Species. Herpetological Monographs, 15:54-99.

4147 Trenham, Peter C., Walter D. Koenig, and H. Bradley Shaffer. 2001. Spatially Autocorrelated Demography and Interpond Dispersal in the Salamander Ambystoma californiense. Ecology, 82(12): pp. 3519-3530.

4148 Barlow, George. 2001. Parsing Mouth Brooding in Cichlid Fishes to Illuminate the Course of Evolution. Journal of Aquariculture and Aquatic Sciences Cichlid Research: State of the Art, vol. IX: pp. 66-78.

4149 Kuchta, Shawn and Diogo Meyer. 2001. A Genealogical View of Geographical Variation. Molecular Ecology, 10:2569-2576.

4150 Chan, Lauren M., Kelly R. Zamudio, David B. Wake. 2001. Relationships of the Salamandrid Genera Paramesotriton, Pachytrition and Cynops Based on Mitochondrial DNA Sequences. Copeia 4:997-1009.

4151 Estoup, Arnaud, Ian J. Wilson, Claire Sullivan, Jean-Marie Cornuet and Craig Moritz. 2001. Inferring Population History From Microsatellite and Enzyme Data in Serially Introduced Cane Toads, Bufo marinus. Genetics 159:1671-1687.

4152 Carothers, John H., Pablo A. Marquet and Fabian M. Jaksic. 1998. Thermal Ecology of a Liolaemus lizard assemblage along an Andean altitudinal gradient in Chile. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 71:39-50.

4153 Johnson, Ned K. 2002. Leapfrogging revisited in Andean birds: geographical variation in the Tody-tyrant superspecies Poecilotriccus ruficeps and P. lulluae. Ibis 144:69-84.

4154 Cicero, Carla and Ned K. Johnson. 2002. Phylogeny and Character Evolution in the Empidonax Group of Tyrant Flycatchers (Aves: Tyrannidae): A Test of W.E. Lanyon's Hypothesis Using mtDNA Sequences. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 22: no. 22, 289-302.

4155 da Silva, Maria Nazareth F., Anthony B. Rylands and James L. Patton. 2001. Biogeografia e Conservação da Mastofauna na Floresta Amazônica Brasileira. Biodiversidade e Funções Ecológicas dos Ecossistemas [BOOK], pp. 110-131.

4156 Koenig, Walter. 2002. On the Move. Ecology 83(3):879-880. [BOOK REVIEW] Dispersal, 2001. Clobert, J., E. Danchin, A.A. Dhont and J.D. Nichols, editors. Oxford University Press, NY. xxi + 452 p.

4157 Matocq, Majorie D. 2002. Phylogenetic structure and regional history of the dusly-footed woodrat, Neotoma fuscipes. Molecular Ecology 11:229-242.

4158 Koenig, Walter D. and Johannes M. H. Knops. 2002. The Behavioral Ecology of Masting in Oaks. Oak Ecology and Management [BOOK], Ch. 9. Ed. W. McShea.

4159 Marks, Jeffery S., Janis L. Dickinson and Joseph Haydock. 2002. Serial Polyandry and Alloparenting in Long-Eared Owls. The Condor 104:202-204.

4160 Urgurtas, Ismail H., Theodore J. Papenfuss, and Nikolai L. Orlov. 2001. New Record of Walterinnesia aegyptia Lataste, 1887 (Ophidia: Elapidae: Bungarinae) in Turkey. Russian Journal of Herpetology, Vol. 8, No. 3:239-245.

4161 Staub, Nancy L. 2002. Teaching Evolutionary Mechanisms: Genetic Drift and M&M's. Bioscience Vol. 52, No. 4:373-377.

4162 Moritz, Craig, K. McGuigan and L. Bernatchez. 2002. Conservation of freshwater fishes: integrating evolution and genetics with ecology. Chapter 27 in [BOOK] Conservation of Freshwater Fishes: Options for the Furture. Eds. M.J. Collardes-Pereira, M.M. Coelho and I.G. Cowx. Pp. 294-310.

4163 Stromberg, M., Paul Kephart and Vera Yadon. 2001. Composition, Invasibility, and Diversity in Coastal California Grasslands. Madroño Vol. 48, No. 4:236-252.

4164 Moritz, Craig. 2002. Strategies to Protect Biological Diversity and Evolutionary Processes That Sustain It. Systematic Biology 51(2):238-254.

4165 Deban, Stephen M. and Sharyn B. Marks. 2002. Metamorphosis and evolution of feeding behavior in salamanders of the family Plethodontidae. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 135:375-400.

4166 Hambuch, Tina M. and Eileen A. Lacey. 2002. Enhanced Selection for MHC Diversity in Social Tuco-tucos. Evolution, 56(4), pp. 841-845.

4167 Johnson, Ned K. 2002. [Review]: Handbook of the Birds of the World. The Auk 119(2):573-574.

4168 Hugall, Andrew, Craig Moritz, Adnan Moussalli, and John Stanisic. April 30, 2002. Reconciling paleodistribution models and comparative phylogeography in the Wet Tropics rainforest land snail Gnarosophia bellendenkerensis (Brazer 1875). PNAS, vol. 99, no. 9.

4169 Koenig, Walter D., Johannes M. H. Knops, and William J. Carmen. 2002. Arboreal Seed Removal and Insect Damage in Three California Oaks. pp. 193-204. Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on Oak Woodlands: Oaks in California's Changing Landscape. R. B. Standiford, D. McCreary, and K. L. Purcell, technical coordinators. Pacific Southwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-184.

4170 Chu, Miyoko. 2001. Heterospecific Responses to Scream Calls and Vocal Mimicry by Phainopeplas (Phainopepla nitens) in Distress. Behavior 138, pp. 775-787.

4171 Chu, Miyoko. 2001. Vocal Mimicry in Distress Calls of Phainopeplas. The Condor 103:389-395.

4172 Koenig, Walter D. 2002. Global Patterns of Environmental Synchrony and the Moran Effect. Ecography 25:283-288.

4173 Hoffman, Federico G., Enrique P. Lessa, & Margaret Smith. 2002. Systematics of Oxymycterus with Description of a New Species from Uruguay. Journal of Mammalogy, 83(2):408-420.

4174 Kalcounis-Ruppell, Matina C., and John S. Millar. 2002. Partitioning of space, food, and time by syntopic Peromyscus boylii and P. californicus. Journal of Mammalogy, 83(2):614-625.

4175 Lacey, Eileen A. 2002. [Book Review]: Adaptive Radiation of Blind Subterranean Mole Rats: Naming and Revisiting the Four Sibling Species of the Spalax ehrenbergi Superspecies in Israel: Spalax galili (2N=52), S. golani (2N=54), S. carmeli (2N=58) and S. judaei (2N=60). The Quarterly Review of Biology, vol. 77, no. 2, June 2002, pp. 214-215.

4176 White, Tim D. 2002. Remains of Homo erectus from Bouri, Middle Awash, Ehtiopia. Nature, vol 416, pp. 316-320.

4177 Moffett, Mark W. 2001. The Nature and Limits of Canopy Biology. Selbyana 22(2):157-179.

4178 Moffett, Mark W. 2000. What's "Up"? A Critical Look at the Basic Terms of Canopy Biology. Biotropica 32(4a):569-596.

4179 Parra-Olea, Gabriela. 2002. Molecular Phylogenetic Relationships of Neotropical Salamanders of the Genus Pseudoeurycea. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, vol. 22, no. 2, February, pp. 234-246.

4180 Wake, David B. 2002. A perspective on the 'species problem.' TRENDS in Ecology & Evolution, vol. 17, no. 7, pp. 345.

4181 Lidicker, William Z. 2002. From dispersal to landscapes: progress in the understanding of population dynamics. Acta Theriologica 47, Suppl. 1:23-37.

4182 Jockusch, Elizabeth L. and David B. Wake. 2002. Falling apart and merging: diversification of slender salamanders (Plethodontidae: Batrachoseps) in the American West. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 76:361-391.

4183 Matocq, Majorie D. 2001. Characterization of microsatellite loci in the dusky-footed woodrat, Neotoma fuscipes. Molecular Ecology Notes 1:194-196.

4184 Koenig, Walter D. and Lauryn S. Benedict. 2002. Size, insect parasitism and energetic value of acorns stored by Acorn Woodpeckers. Condor 104:539-547.

4185 Clegg, Sonya M., Sandie M. Degnan, Jiro Kikkawa, Craig Moritz, Arnaud Estoup and Ian P. F. Owens. 2002. Genetic consequences of sequential founder events by an island-colonizing bird. PNAS Early Edition.

4186 Koenig, Walt and Joey Haydock. 2002. Group sex in the acorn woodpecker: who comes out on top, and why? Biologist, 49:4. pp. 150-154.

4187 Matocq, Marjorie D. 2002. Morphological and molecular analysis of a contact Zone in the Neotoma fguscipes species complex. Journal of Mammology 83(3):866-883.

4188 Chu, Miyoko, Walter D. Koenig, Alvaro Godinez, Carl E. McIntosh and Robert C. Fleischer. 2002. Social and genetic monogamy in territorial and loosely colonial populations of Phainopepla (Phainopepla nitens). The Auk 119(3):770-777.

4189 Lara, Marcia, J.L. Patton and Erika Hingst-Zaher. 2002. Trinomys mirapitanga, a new species of spiny rat (Rodentia: Echimyidae) from the Brazilian Atlantic Forest. Mammalian Biology 67:233-242.

4190 Johnson, Ned K. 2002. The role of pigments and structural colors in the evolutionary origin of feathers. Evolutionary Theory 12:91-97.

4191 Parra-Olea, Gabriela, Mario Garcia-Parris and David B. Wake. 2002. Phylogenetic relationships among the salamanders of the Bolitoglossa macrini species group (Amphibia: Plethodontidae), with descriptions of two new species from Oaxaca (Mexico). Journal of Herpetology, Vol. 36, No. 3:356-366.

4192 Lidicker, William Z. Jr. 2002. Fragments, edges and corridors: A landscape perspective. Pp. 50-58 in Symposium on Habitat Fragmentation, Ecological Corridor and Habitat Network.

4193 Haydock, Joseph and Walter D. Koenig. 2002. Reproductive skew in the polygynandrous Acorn Woodpecker. PNAS Vol. 99, No. 10:7178-7183.

4194 Morshed, Sheda and James L. Patton. 2002. New records of mammals from Iran with systematic comments on hedgehogs (Erinaceidae) and mouse-like hamsters (Calomyscus, Muridae). Zoology in the Middle East 26:49-58.

4195 Rodriguez-Robles, Javier A. 2002. Feeding ecology of North American gopher snakes (Pituophis catenifer, Colubridae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 77:165-183.

4196 Craft, Kathleen J., Mary V. Ashley and Walter D. Koenig. 2002. Limited hybridization between Quercus lobata and Quercus douglasii (Fagaceae) in a mixed stand in central coastal California. Amer. J. of Botany 89(11):1792-1798.

4197 Wake, D.B. 2002. On the scientific legacy of Stephen Jay Gould. Evolution 56(11):2346.

4198 Leite, Yuri L.R. and J. L. Patton. 2002. Evolution of South American spiny rats (Rodentia, Echimyidae): the star-phylogeny hypothesis revisted. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 25:455-464.

4199 Lidicker, William Z. 2003. Mistaken identity. BioScience Vol. 53, No. 1:4.

4200 Barlow, George. 2002. How the behavioral studies contribute to the species problem: a piscine perspective. Blackwell Science Ltd. Fish and Fisheries 3:197-212

4201 Wake, David B., Kay P. Yanev and Robert W. Hansen. 2002. New Species of Slender Salamander, Genus Batrachoseps, from the Southern Sierra Nevada of California. Copeia 4: 1016-1028.

4202 Clegg, Sonya M., Sandie M. Degnan, Craig Moritz, Arnaud Estoup, Jiro Kikkawa and Ian P.F. Owens. 2002. Microevolution in Island Forms: The Roles of Drift and Directional Selection In Morphological Divergence of a Passerine Bird. Evolution 56(10): 2090-2099.

4203 Autumn, Kellar, Michael J. Ryan and David B. Wake. 2002. Integrating Historical and Mechanistic Biology Enhances the Study of Adaptation. The Quarterly Review of Biology: Vol. 77, No. 4.

4204 Pearson, Oliver P. 2002. A Perplexing Outlook of Mice in Patagonia, Argentina. Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment, Vol. 37, No. 3: 187-200.

4205 Johnson, N.K. and C. Cicero. 2002. The role of ecologic diversification in sibling speciation of Empidonax flycatchers (Tyrannidae): multigene evidence from mtDNA. Molecular Ecology 11: 2065-2081.

4206 Garcia-Parris, M., M. Alcobendas, D. Buckley and D. B. Wake. 2003. Dispersal of Viviparity Across Contact Zones in Iberian Populations of Fire Salamanders (Salamandra) Inferred from Discordance of Genetic and Morphological Traits. Evolution 57(1): 129-143.

4207 Barlow, George. 2003. Introduction in [BOOK] Fox, Stanley F., J. Kelley McCoy and Troy A. Baird, Lizard Social Behavior. Pp. 243-251, John Hopkins University Press.

4208 Lidicker, William. 2003. Re: Forum, "An Ecological View: Earth-Life" by J. Stan Rowe, pp. 39-41, Vol. 3 (2). Biodiversity, Journal of Life on Earth. 4(1): 2.

4209 Schwanz, Lisa and Eileen Lacey. 2003. Olfactory discrimination of gender by colonial tuco-tucos (Ctenomys sociabilis). Mammalian Biology 68: 53-60.

4210 Hauber, Mark E. and Kevin M. Pilz. 2003. Yolk Testosterone Levels are Not Consistently Higher in the Eggs of Obligate Brood Parasites Than Their Hosts. American Midland Naturalist 149:354-362.

4211 Wake, David B. 2003. Homology and Homoplasy. Pp. 191-201 in [BOOK] Keywords and Concepts in Evolutionary Developmental Biology, ed. Hall, Brian K. and Wendy M. Olson.

4212 Wake, Marvalee. 2003. Life History Evolution. Pp. 234-241 in [BOOK] Keywords and Concepts in Evolutionary Developmental Biology, eds. Hall, Brian K. and Wendy M. Olson.

4213 Wake, Marvalee H. and Adam P. Summers. 2003. Morphology. Pp. 268-275 in [BOOK] Keywords and Concepts in Evolutionary Developmental Biology, eds. Hall, Brian K. and Wendy M. Olson.

4214 McGuigan, Katrina, Garig E. Franklin, Craig Mortiz and Mark W. Blows. 2003. Adaptation of Rainbow Fish to Lake and Stream Habitats. Evolution 57(1): 104-118.

4215 Hauber, Mark E. and Donald C. Dearborn. 2003. Parentage without parental care: what to look for in genetic studies of obligate brood-parasitic mating systems. The Auk, Vol 120 (1): 1-13.

4216 Hamilton, Jason G., James R. Griffin and Mark R. Stromberg. 2003. Long-term Population Dynamics of Native Nassella (Poaceae) Bunchgrasses in Central California. Madrono, Vol. 49(4):274-284.

4217 Wlasiuk, Gabriela, John Carlos Garza and Enrique P. Lessa. 2003. Genetic and geographic differentiation in the Rio Negro tuco-tuco (Ctenomys rionegrensis): inferring the roles of migration and drift from multiple genetic markers. Evolution 57(4): 913-926.

4218 Koenig, Walter D. and Mary V. Ashley. 2003. Is pollen limited? The answer is blowin' in the wind. TRENDS in Ecology and Evolution 18(4): 157-159.

4219 Macey, J. Robert, Jared L. Strasburg, Jennifer A. Brisson, Vance T. Vredenburg, Mark Jennings and Allan Larson. 2001. Molecular Phylogenetics of Western North American Forgs of the Rana boylii Species Group. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 19(1):131-143.

4220 Dickinson, Janis L. 2003. Male share of provisioning is not influenced by actual or apparent loss of paternity in western bluebirds. Behavioral Ecology 14(3):360-366.

4221 Rissler, Leslie. 2003. The phylogenetics of Desmognathine salamander populations across the southern Appalachians. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 27(2):197-211.

4222 Orlando, Ludovic, Jean-Francois Mauffrey, Jacques Cuisin, James L. Patton, Catherine Hanni and Francois Catezeflis. 2003. Napoleon Bonaparte and the fact of an Amazonian rate: new data on the taxonomy of the Mesomys hispidus (Rodentia: Echimyidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 27(1):113-120.

4223 Hauber, Mark. 2003. Interspecific brood parasitism and the evolution of host clutch sizes. Evolutionary Ecology Research 5:559-570.

4224 Hauber, Mark E. and Karla Montenegro. 2002. What are the costs of raising a brood parasite? Comparing host parental care at parasitized and non-parasitized broods. Etologia 10:1-9.

4225 Dickinson, Janis L. and Walter D. Koenig. 2003. Desperately Seeking Similarity. Science Vol. 30: 1887-1889.

4226 Conroy, Chris J. and Marcel van Tuinen. 2003. Extracting time from phylogenies: positive interplay between fossil and genetic data. Journal of Mammology, Vol. 84(2):444-455.

4227 Rodriguez-Robles, Javier A. 2003. Home Ranges of Gopher Snakes (Pituophis catenifer, Colubridae) in Central California. Copeia 2:391-396.

4228 Rodriguez-Robles, Javier A., David A. Good and David B. Wake. 2003. [BOOK] Brief History of Herpetology in the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, University of California, Berkeley, with a List of Type Specimens of Recent Amphibians and Reptiles. University of CA Publications in Zoology, Vol. 131. University of CA Press, Berkeley, CA: pp. v-119.

4229 Wake, David B. 2003. Making Evo-Devo Comparative. Science, Vol. 300: 1663-1664.

4230 Wake, David B. 2002. A few words about evolution: Building a hierarchical framework on the foundations of Darwinism. [REVIEW of Gould, S.J., The Structure of Evolutionary Theory]. Nature 416(6883): 787-788.

4231 Koenig, Walter D., Dave Kelly, Victoria L. Sork, Richard P. Duncan, Joseph S. Elkinton, Mikko S. Peltonen and Robert D. Westfall. 2003. Dissecting components of population-level variation in seed production and the evolution of masting behavior. OIKOS 102(3): 581-591.

4232 Wake, Marvalee H. 2003. What is "Integrative Biology"? Integr. Comp. Biol. 43:239-241.

4233 Wake, D. B. 2002. Review [The Anatomy of the Salamander, by Eric T.B. Francis]. Herpetological Review 33(4): 333-334.

4234 Swei, Andrea, Philip V. Brylski, Wayne D. Spencer, Shana C. Dodd & James L. Patton. 2003. Hierarchical genetic structure in fragmented populations of the Little Pocket Mouse (Perognathus longimembris) in Southern California. Conservation Genetics 4: 501-514.

4235 White, Tim D., Berhane Asfaw, David DeGusta, Henry Gilbert, Gary D. Richards, Gen Suwa & F. Clark Howell. 2003. Pleistocene Homo sapiens from Middle Awash, Ethiopia. Nature 423:742-752.

4236 Hauber, Mark E. 2003. Egg-capping is a cost paid by hosts of interspecific brood parasites. The Auk 120(3): 860-865.

4237 Koenig, Walter D. European Starlings and Their Effect on Nativity Cavity-Nesting Birds. Conservation Biology Vol. 17 No. 4: 1134-1140.

4238 Leite, Yuri L.R. 2003. Evolution and Systematics of the Atlantic Tree Rats, Genus Phyllomys (Rodentia, Echimyidae), with Description of Two New Species [BOOK] eds. Peter Moyle, James L. Patton, Donald C. Potts, David S. Woodruff. Zoology, Vol 132; University of California Press. Pp. vii - 118.

4239 Crother, Brian I., Jeff Boundy, Jonathan A. Campbell, Kevin de Quieroz, Darrel Frost, David M. Green, Richard Highton, John B. Iverson, Roy W. McDiarmid, Peter A. Meylan, Tod W. Reeder, Michael E. Seidel, Jack W. Sites, Jr., Stephen G. Tilley and David B. Wake. 2003. Scientific and Standard English Names of Amphibians and Reptiles of North America North of Mexico: Update. Herpetological Review 34(3): 196-203.

4240 Garcia-Paris, M., G. Parra-Olea, A. H. Brame Jr. II, and D.B. Wake. 2002. Systematic Revision of the Bolitoglossa mexicana species group (Amphibia: Plethodontidae) with description of a new species from Mexico. Revista Espanola de Herpetologia 16: 43-71.

4241 Howell, F. Clark. 2002. Biographical Memoirs. Trans. Roy. Soc. S. Afr. 57 (1&2):47-79.

4242 Koenig, Walter D. and Andrew M. Liebhold. 2003. Regional impacts of periodical cicadas on oak radial increment. Can. J. For. Res. 33:1084-1089.

4243 Costa, Leonora Pires, Yuri L.R. Leite and James L. Patton. 2003. Phylogeography and systematic notes on two species of gracile mouse opossums, genus Gracilinanus (Marsupialia: Didelphidae) from Brazil. Proceeding of the Biological Society of Washington 116(2): 275-292.

4244 Smith, Thomas B., Salit Kark, Christopher J. Schneider, Robert K. Wayne, Craig Moritz. 2001. Biodiversity hotspots and beyond: the need for preserving environmental transitions. TRENDS in Ecology and Evolution 16(8): 431.

4245 Stuart-Fox, Devi M., Andrew F. Hugall and Craig Moritz. 2002. A molecular phylogeny of rainbow skinks (Scincidae: Carlia): taxonomic and biogeographic implications. Australian Journal of Zoology 50: 39-51.

4246 Hugall, Andrew, John Stanisic and Craig Moritz. 2003. Phylogeography of Terrestrial Gastropods: The Case of the Sphaerospira Lineage and History of Queensland Rainforests. Chapter 10 in [BOOK] Molecular Systematics and Phylogeography of Mollusks, 2003. Eds. Charles Lydeard and David R. Lindberg. Smithsonian Books, Washington and London.

4247 Buonaccorsi, John P., Joseph Elkinton, Walt Koenig, Richard P. Duncan, Dave Kelly, Victoria Sork. 2003. Measuring mast seeding behavior: relationships among population variation, individual variation and synchrony. Journal of Theoretical Biology 224: 107-114.

4248 Lessa, Enrique P., Joseph A. Cook and James L. Patton. 2003. Genetic footprints of demographic expansion in North America, but not Amazonia, during the Late Quaternary. PNAS Vol. 100 (18): 10331-10334.

4249 Koenig, Walter D. and Janis L. Dickinson. 2004. Pp 1-4 in [BOOK] Ecology and Evolution of Cooperative Breeding Birds, eds. Walter Koenig and Janis L. Dickinson. Cambridge University Press.

4250 Kearney, Michael, Adnan Mousalli, Jared Strasburg, David Lindenmayer and Craig Moritz. 2003. Geographic parthenogenesis in the Australian arid zone: I. A climatic analysis of the Heteronotia binoei complex (Gekkonidae). Evolutionary Ecology Research 5: 953-976.

4251 Hauber, Mark E. and Caitlin K. Ramsey. 2003. Honesty in host-parasite communication signals; the case for begging by fledgling brown-headed cowbirds Molothrus ater. Journal of Avian Biology 34(4): 339-344.

4252 Wake, Marvalee H. 2003. Reproductive modes, ontogenies and the evolution of body form. Animal Biology 53(3): 209-223.

4253 Banks, Richard C., Carla Cicero, Jon L. Dunn, Andrew W. Kratter, Pamela C. Rasmussen, J.V. Remsen, Jr., James D. Rising and Douglas F. Stotz. 2003. Forty-fourth supplement to the American Orinthologists' Union Check-List of North American birds. Auk 120(3): 923-931.

4254 Liebhold, Andrew, Victoria Sork, Mikko Peltonen, Walter Koenig, Ottar N. Bjornstad, Robert Westfall, Joseph Elkinton and Johannes M. H. Knops. 2004. Within population spatial synchrony in mast seeding of north American oaks. OIKOS 104:156-164.

4255 Lacey, Eileen A. and Nancy G. Solomon. 2003. Social Biology of Rodents: Trends, Challenges and Future Directions. Journal of Mammalogy 84(4): 1135-1140.

4256 Lacey, Eileen A. and John R. Wieczorek. 2003. Ecology of Sociality in Rodents: A Ctenomyid Perspective. Journal of Mammology 84(4): 1198-1211.

4257 Trenham, Peter C., Walter D. Koenig, Michael J. Mossman, Stacey L. Stark and Leslie A. Jagger. 2003. Regional Dynamics of Wetland-Breeding Frogs and Toads: Turnover and Synchrony. Ecological Application 13(6): 1522-1532.

4258 Emmons, Louise H., Yuri L. R. Leite, Dieter Kock, and Leonora P. Costa. 2002. A Review of the Named Forms of Phyllomys (Rodentia: Echimyidae) with the Description of a New Species from Coastal Brazil. American Museum Novitates 3380:1-40.

4259 Wake, Marvalee. 2004. Environmental Effects, Embryonization and the Evolution of Viviparity, Chapter 10 in [BOOK] Environment, Development, and Evolution: Toward a Synthesis, eds. Brian K. Hall, Roy D. Pearson and Gerd B. Muller. MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts: i - 304.

4260 Chubb, Alison. 2004. New nuclear evidence for the oldest divergence among neogath birds: the phylogenetic utility of ZENK (i). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 30: 140-151.

4261 Chubb, Alison. 2004. New nuclear evidence for the oldest divergence among neogath birds: the phylogenetic utility of ZENK (ii). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 30: 128-139.

4262 Krakauer, Alan H. 2003. California Quail Lays Egg in Wild Turkey Nest. Western Birds 34: 169-170.

4263 Shubin, Neil H. and David B. Wake. 2003. Morphological Variation, Development and Evolution of the Limb Skeleton of Salamanders. Chapter 5 in [BOOK] Amphibian Biology, eds. Harold Heatwole and Margaret Davis. 2003 Surrey Beatty & Sons.

4264 Wake, Marvalee H. 2003. The Osteology of Caecilians. Chapter 6 in [BOOK] Amphibian Biology, eds. Harold Heatwole and Margaret Davis. 2003 Surrey Beatty & Sons.

4265 Mahoney, Meredith J. 2004. Molecular systematics and phylogeography of the Plethodon elongatus species group: combining phylogentic and population genetic methods to investigate species history. Molecular Ecology 13: 149-166.


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