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    1. Andersen, NM
      The impact of W. Hennig's "phylogenetic systematics" on contemporary entomology

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF ENTOMOLOGY
    2. Hunn, CA; Upchurch, P
      The importance of time/space in diagnosing the causality of phylogenetic events: Towards a "chronobiogeographical" paradigm?

      SYSTEMATIC BIOLOGY
    3. Wolf, PG; Schneider, H; Ranker, TA
      Geographic distributions of homosporous ferns: does dispersal obscure evidence of vicariance?

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    4. Van Veller, MGP; Brooks, DR
      When simplicity is not parsimonious: a priori and a posteriori methods in historical biogeography

      JOURNAL OF BIOGEOGRAPHY
    5. Glaubrecht, M
      A look back in time - Toward an historical biogeography as a synthesis of systematic and geologic patterns outlined with limnic gastropods

      ZOOLOGY-ANALYSIS OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS
    6. Bruyns, PV
      Phylogeny and biogeography of the stapeliads 2. Biogeography

      PLANT SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTION
    7. Carney, JP; Dick, TA
      Parasite biogeography: A review of the origins and ideas with specific examples from Holarctic fishes

      VIE ET MILIEU-LIFE AND ENVIRONMENT
    8. van Veller, MGP; Zandee, M; Kornet, DJ
      Two requirements for obtaining valid common patterns under different assumptions in vicariance biogeography

      CLADISTICS-THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE WILLI HENNIG SOCIETY
    9. LADIGES PY
      BIOGEOGRAPHY AFTER BURBIDGE

      Australian systematic botany
    10. RONQUIST F
      DISPERSAL-VICARIANCE ANALYSIS - A NEW APPROACH TO THE QUANTIFICATION OF HISTORICAL BIOGEOGRAPHY

      Systematic biology
    11. SCOTT B
      BIOGEOGRAPHY OF THE HELICOIDEA (MOLLUSCA, GASTROPODA, PULMONATA) - LAND SNAILS WITH A PANGEAN DISTRIBUTION

      Journal of biogeography
    12. CRITCHLOW DE; PEARL DK; QIAN CL
      THE TRIPLES DISTANCE FOR ROOTED BIFURCATING PHYLOGENETIC TREES

      Systematic biology
    13. ENGHOFF H
      WIDESPREAD TAXA, SYMPATRY, DISPERSAL, AND AN ALGORITHM FOR RESOLVED AREA CLADOGRAMS

      Cladistics
    14. ANDERSSON L
      AN ONTOLOGICAL DILEMMA - EPISTEMOLOGY AND METHODOLOGY OF HISTORICAL BIOGEOGRAPHY

      Journal of biogeography
    15. WANG Q; THORNTON IWB; NEW TR
      BIOGEOGRAPHY OF THE PHORACANTHINE BEETLES (COLEOPTERA, CERAMBYCIDAE)

      Journal of biogeography
    16. DASILVA JMC; OREN DC
      APPLICATION OF PARSIMONY ANALYSIS OF ENDEMICITY IN AMAZONIAN BIOGEOGRAPHY - AN EXAMPLE WITH PRIMATES

      Biological Journal of the Linnean Society
    17. HARLIN M
      BIOGEOGRAPHIC PATTERNS AND THE EVOLUTION OF EUREPTANTIC NEMERTEANS

      Biological Journal of the Linnean Society
    18. CROTHER BI; GUYER C
      CARIBBEAN HISTORICAL BIOGEOGRAPHY - WAS THE DISPERSAL-VICARIANCE DEBATE ELIMINATED BY AN EXTRATERRESTRIAL BOLIDE

      Herpetologica
    19. KENNEDY M; SPENCER HG; GRAY RD
      HOP, STEP AND GAPE - DO THE SOCIAL DISPLAYS OF THE PELECANIFORMES REFLECT PHYLOGENY

      Animal behaviour
    20. CRISP MD; LINDER HP; WESTON PH
      CLADISTIC BIOGEOGRAPHY OF PLANTS IN AUSTRALIA AND NEW-GUINEA - CONGRUENT PATTERN REVEALS 2 ENDEMIC TROPICAL TRACKS

      Systematic biology
    21. ENGHOFF H
      HISTORICAL BIOGEOGRAPHY OF THE HOLARCTIC - AREA RELATIONSHIPS, ANCESTRAL AREAS, AND DISPERSAL OF NONMARINE ANIMALS

      Cladistics
    22. LAPOINTE FJ; LEGENDRE P
      COMPARISON TESTS FOR DENDROGRAMS - A COMPARATIVE-EVALUATION

      Journal of classification
    23. MORRONE JJ; CRISCI JV
      HISTORICAL BIOGEOGRAPHY - INTRODUCTION TO METHODS

      Annual review of ecology and systematics
    24. SLUYS R
      EXPLANATIONS FOR BIOGEOGRAPHIC TRACKS ACROSS THE PACIFIC-OCEAN - A CHALLENGE FOR PALEOGEOGRAPHY AND HISTORICAL BIOGEOGRAPHY

      Progress in physical geography


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