Species and speciation in the fossil record / edited by Warren D. Allmon and Margaret M. Yacobucci
- Introduction: taking fossil species seriously / W. D. Allmon and M. M. Yacobucci -- The "species concept" and the beginnings of paleobiology / David Sepkoski -- The species problem: concepts, conflicts, and patterns preserved in the fossil record / W. Miller III -- Studying species in the fossil record: a review and recommendations for a more unified approach / W. D. Allmon -- The stages of speciation: a stepwise framework for analysis of speciation in the fossil record / W. D. Allmon and S. D. Sampson -- Morphology and molecules: an integrated comparison of phenotypic and genetic rates of evolution / S. J. Hageman -- Fitting ancestral age-dependent speciation models to fossil data / H. Liow and T. Ergon -- Contrasting patterns of speciation in reef corals and their relationship to population connectivity / A. F. Budd and J. M. Pandolfi -- Towards a model for speciation in ammonoids / M. Yacobucci -- Species of decapoda (crustacea) in the fossil record: patterns, problems, and progress / E. Schweitzer and R. M. Feldmann -- Fossil species as data: a perspective from echinoderms / W. I. Ausich -- Species and the fossil record of fishes / W. E. Bemis -- Invasive species and speciation / A. L. Stigall -- Fossil species lineages and their defining traits: taxonomic "usefulness" and evolutionary modes / J. Hopkins and S. Lidgard -- Geographic clines, chronoclines, and the fossil record: implications for speciation theory / R. Prothero, V. J. Syverson, K. R. Raymond, M. Madan, S. Molina, A. Fragomeni, S. Desantis, A. Sutyagina, and G.L. Gage.
- 9780226377445 (cloth : alk. paper)
022637744X (cloth : alk. paper)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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