Resolving Relationships among the Megadiverse Butterflies and Moths with a Novel Pipeline for Anchored Phylogenomics
Lineage Diversity and Size Disparity in Musteloidea: Testing Patterns of Adaptive Radiation Using Molecular and Fossil-Based Methods
Points of View
Software for Systematics and Evolution
Evolutionary Theory: A Hierarchical Perspective. —Edited by Niles Eldredge, Telmo Pievani, Emanuele Serrelli, and Ilya Tëmkin.
Species Concepts in Biology: Historical Development, Theoretical Foundations and Practical Relevance.—By Frank E. Zachos.
Cover Illustration: A Shoebill (Balaeniceps rex) prowls for food in a Ugandan swamp. Large birds like the Shoebill exhibit markedly slower rates of DNA sequence evolution than small birds. Berv and Field (this issue) show that body size evolution following the end-Cretaceous mass extinction could have accelerated the avian molecular clock. Image courtesy of Daniel J. Field.
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