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D. A. Baum, Donoghue M. J.1995Choosing among alternative "phylogenetic" species concepts
D. Baum, Shaw K. L.1995Genealogical perspectives on the species problem
D. Baum, Donoghue M.1993Choosing among alternative phylogenetic species concepts
J. I. Davis1997Phylogenetics, Molecular Variation, and Species Concepts
J. I. Davis1997Evolution, Evidence, and the Role of Species Concepts in Phylogenetics
J. I. Davis1995Species concepts and phylogenetic analysis - introduction
J. I. Davis1993Species concepts and the progress of systematics
J. J. Doyle1995The irrelevance of allele tree topology for species delimitation, and a non-topological alternative
D. R. Frost, Kluge A. G.1995A consideration of epistemology in systematic biology, with special reference to species
E. A. Kellogg1985A biosystematic study of the Poa secunda complex
M. S. Y. Lee2003Species concepts and species reality: salvaging a Linnean rank
M. S. Y. Lee, Wolsan M.2002Integration, individuality and species concepts
M. Luckow1995Species concepts: assumptions, methods, and applications
M. Luckow1993Monography and species concepts
L. A. McDade1995Species concepts and problems in practice: insight from botanical monographs
L. A. McDade1993Species concepts: insights from groups that are difficult at the species level
B. D. Mishler1985The morphological, developmental and phylogenetic basis os species concepts in bryophytes
B. D. Mishler, Donoghue D. J.1982Species concept: a case for pluralism
R. G. Olmstead1995Species concepts and pleisiomorphic species
K. de Queiroz, Donoghue M. J.1990Phylogenetic systematics or Nelson's version of cladistics?
K. de Queiroz, Donoghue M. J.1990Phylogenetic systematics and species revisited
P. H. Raven1986Modern aspects of the biological species in plants
R. R. Sokal, Crovello T.1970The biological species concept. A critical evaluation
G. L. Stebbins1987Species concepts: Semantics and actual situations
P. F. Stevens1997J.D.Hooker, George Bentham, Asa Gray and Ferdinand Mueller on species limits in theory and practice: a mid-nineteenth-centurydebate and its repercussions
P. F. Stevens1992Species: Historical Perspectives
P. Vrana, Wheeler W.1992Individual Organisms as Terminal Entities: Laying the Species Problem to Rest
Q. D. Wheeler, Nixon K. C.1990Another way of looking at the species problem: a reply to de Queiroz and Donaghue
E. O. Wiley1978The evolutionary species concept reconsidered
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