wtorek, 27 grudnia 2011

Cladistics - 27 (2-6), 2011


Cladistics - 27 (2), 2011


Phylogenetics and divergence times of Papilioninae (Lepidoptera) with special reference to the enigmatic genera Teinopalpus and Meandrusa (pages 113–137)

Thomas J. Simonsen, Evgeny V. Zakharov, Marie Djernaes, Adam M. Cotton, R.I. Vane-Wright and Felix A.H. Sperling

On the evolution of raptorial legs – an insect example (Hemiptera: Reduviidae: Phymatinae) (pages 138–149)

Christiane Weirauch, Dimitri Forero and Dawid H. Jacobs

A character-based approach in the Mexican cycads supports diverse multigene combinations for DNA barcoding (pages 150–164)

Fernando Nicolalde-Morejón, Francisco Vergara-Silva, Jorge González-Astorga, Dennis W. Stevenson, Andrew P. Vovides and Victoria Sosa

Applying plant DNA barcodes for Rosaceae species identification (pages 165–170)

Xiaohui Pang, Jingyuan Song, Yingjie Zhu, Hongxi Xu, Linfang Huang and Shilin Chen

SequenceMatrix: concatenation software for the fast assembly of multi-gene datasets with character set and codon information (pages 171–180)

Gaurav Vaidya, David J. Lohman and Rudolf Meier

Mapping extrinsic traits such as extinction risks or modelled bioclimatic niches on phylogenies: does it make sense at all? (pages 181–185)

Philippe Grandcolas, Romain Nattier, Frédéric Legendre and Roseli Pellens

Phylogenetic inference using non-redundant coding of dependent characters versus alternative approaches for protein-coding genes (pages 186–196)

Mark P. Simmons, Li-Bing Zhang and Kai F. Müller

Rethinking taxon sampling in the light of environmental sequencing (pages 197–203)

R. Henrik Nilsson, Martin Ryberg, Elisabet Sjökvist and Kessy Abarenkov


A review of: Foundations of Systematics and Biogeography by Williams and Ebach (pages 204–206)

Kelly B. Miller

Systemic foundering (pages 207–221)

James S. Farris

Corrigendum (page 222)


Cladistics - 27 (3), 2011



Chris Humphries (1947–2009): botanist, cladist and biogeographer: an appreciation (pages 223–229)

D.M. Williams, C. Jarvis, O. Seberg and R.I. Vane-Wright


A combined evidence phylogenetic analysis of Anguimorpha (Reptilia: Squamata) (pages 230–277)

Jack L. Conrad, Jennifer C. Ast, Shaena Montanari and Mark A. Norell

Morphology to the rescue: molecular data and the signal of morphological characters in combined phylogenetic analyses—a case study from mysmenid spiders (Araneae, Mysmenidae), with comments on the evolution of web architecture (pages 278–330)

Lara Lopardo, Gonzalo Giribet and Gustavo Hormiga


Do model-based phylogenetic analyses perform better than parsimony? A test with empirical data (pages 331–334)

Eirik Rindal and Andrew V.Z. Brower


Cladistics - 27 (4), 2011



On MaHo (pages 335–336)

Mark E. Siddall and Alejandro Oceguera-Figueroa

Phylogenetic signal in morphometric data (pages 337–340)

Ronald M. Clouse, Benjamin L. de Bivort and Gonzalo Giribet


Morphological and molecular evidence converge upon a robust phylogeny of the megadiverse Holometabola (pages 341–355)

Rolf G. Beutel, Frank Friedrich, Thomas Hörnschemeyer, Hans Pohl, Frank Hünefeld, Felix Beckmann, Rudolf Meier, Bernhard Misof, Michael F. Whiting and Lars Vilhelmsen

Inference of phylogenetic relationships within Fabriciidae (Sabellida, Annelida) using molecular and morphological data (pages 356–379)

Danwei Huang, Kirk Fitzhugh and Greg W. Rouse

Relationships of the Australo-Malesian genus Paraserianthes (Mimosoideae: Leguminosae) identifies the sister group of Acacia sensu stricto and two biogeographical tracks (pages 380–390)

Gillian K. Brown, Daniel J. Murphy and Pauline Y. Ladiges


Grebes and flamingos: standards of evidence, adjudication of disputes, and societal politics in avian systematics (pages 391–401)

Bradley C. Livezey

The deterministic effects of alignment bias in phylogenetic inference (pages 402–416)

Mark P. Simmons, Kai F. Müller and Colleen T. Webb

The mega-matrix tree of life: using genome-scale horizontal gene transfer and sequence evolution data as information about the vertical history of life (pages 417–427)

E. Kurt Lienau, Rob DeSalle, Marc Allard, Eric W. Brown, David Swofford, Jeffrey A. Rosenfeld, Indra N. Sarkar and Paul J. Planet

When is enough, enough in phylogenetics? A case in point from Hordeum (Poaceae) (pages 428–446)

Gitte Petersen, Lone Aagesen, Ole Seberg and Ida Hartvig Larsen


Cladistics - 27 (5), 2011



Repeatability and reality (pages 447–448)

Andrew V.Z. Brower


Phylogeny of Sabellidae (Annelida) and relationships with other taxa inferred from morphology and multiple genes (pages 449–469)

María Capa, Pat Hutchings, M. Teresa Aguado and Nathan J. Bott

Molecular systematics of the Cactaceae (pages 470–489)

Rolando T. Bárcenas, Chris Yesson and Julie A. Hawkins

Phylogenetic analyses reveal reliable morphological markers to classify mega-diversity in Onthophagini dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Scarabaeinae) (pages 490–528)

Sergey I. Tarasov and Alexey Y. Solodovnikov


MorphoBank: phylophenomics in the “cloud” (pages 529–537)

Maureen A. O’Leary and Seth Kaufman


Running WILD: the case for exploring mixed parameter sets in sensitivity analysis (pages 538–549)

Prashant P. Sharma, Varpu Vahtera, Gisele Y. Kawauchi and Gonzalo Giribet

Impediments to taxonomy and users of taxonomy: accessibility and impact evaluation (pages 550–557)

Malte C. Ebach, Antonio G. Valdecasas and Quentin D. Wheeler


Cladistics - 27 (6), 2011



A phylogenetic analysis of morphological and molecular characters of Lithospermum L. (Boraginaceae) and related taxa: evolutionary relationships and character evolution (pages 559–580)

James I. Cohen

Combined molecular and morphological phylogeny of Eulophidae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea), with focus on the subfamily Entedoninae (pages 581–605)

Roger A. Burks, John M. Heraty, Marco Gebiola and Christer Hansson

Phylogenetic relationships in the millipede family Julidae (pages 606–616)

Henrik Enghoff, Gitte Petersen and Ole Seberg


Spatial analysis of vicariance: a method for using direct geographical information in historical biogeography (pages 617–628)

J. Salvador Arias, Claudia A. Szumik and Pablo A. Goloboff


Species are individuals—the German tradition (pages 629–645)

Olivier Rieppel

Are species names proper names? (pages 646–652)

Richard J. Jensen


Changes to publication requirements made at the XVIII International Botanical Congress in Melbourne—what does e-publication mean for you? (pages 653–656)

Sandra Knapp, John McNeill and Nicholas J. Turland


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