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Pfeil, B.E. and Crisp, M.D.2005What to do with Hibiscus? A proposed nomemnclatural resolution for a lage and well known genus of Malvaceae and comments on paraphylly
A. Backlund, Bremer K.1998To be or not to be - principles of classification and monotypic plant families
R. K. Brummitt1997Taxonomy versus cladonomy, a fundamental controversy in biological systematics
R. K. Brummitt1997Proposing the motion `that this house believes that Linnaean classification without parapyletic taxa is nonsensical': the theoretical case
R. K. Brummitt, Sosef M. S. M.1998Paraphyletic taxa are inherent in Linnaean classification - a reply to Freudenstein
M. J. Donoghue, Cantino P. D.1988Paraphyly, Ancestors and the Goals of Taxonomy: A Botanical Defense of Cladism
D. P. Faith1983Parsimony and Paraphyly
J. S. Farris1974Formal definitions of paraphyly and polyphyly
J. V. Freudenstein1998Paraphyly, ancestors, and classification - a reply ro Sosef and Brummitt
C. J. Humphreys1997Opposing the motion `That this house believes that Linnaean classification without paraphyletic taxa is nonsensical': what forms of information are to be conveyed?
E. B. Knox1998The use of hierarchies as organizational models in systematics
A. PatonSubmittedParaphyly, taxon recognition and the justification for Linnean classification. Seconding the Motion: This house believes that Linnean Classification without paraphyly is nonsensical
A. Paton1997Classification and species of Platysoma and its relationship with Haumaniastrum (Labiatae)
N. I. Platnick1977Paraphyletic and Polyphletic Groups
L. H. Rieseberg, Brouillet L.1994Are many species paraphyletic
C. Schander1998Mandatory categories and impossible hierarchies - a rely to Sosef
C. Schander1998Types, emendations and names - a reply to Liden & al
M. S. M. Sosef1997Hierarchical models, reticulate evolution and the inevitability of paraphyletic supraspecific taxa
P. C. van Welzen1998Phylogenetic versus Linnean taxonomy, the continuuing story
P. C. van Welzen1997Parapyletic groups or what should a classification entail
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