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Systematic Biology  
Volume 67 Issue 2
 
March 2018
 
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Regular Articles
 
 
 
Issues and Perspectives in Species Delimitation using Phenotypic Data: Atlantean Evolution in Darwin's Finches 
 
Carlos Daniel Cadena; Felipe Zapata; Iván Jiménez
 
 
Cladogenetic and Anagenetic Models of Chromosome Number Evolution: A Bayesian Model Averaging Approach 
 
William A Freyman; Sebastian Höhna
 
 
Modeling Site Heterogeneity with Posterior Mean Site Frequency Profiles Accelerates Accurate Phylogenomic Estimation 
 
Huai-Chun Wang; Bui Quang Minh; Edward Susko; Andrew J Roger
 
 
Conflicting Evolutionary Histories of the Mitochondrial and Nuclear Genomes in New World Myotis Bats border= 
 
Roy N Platt, II; Brant C Faircloth; Kevin AM Sullivan; Troy J Kieran; Travis C Glenn ...
 
 
Resolving Recent Plant Radiations: Power and Robustness of Genotyping-by-Sequencing 
 
Mario Fernández-Mazuecos; Greg Mellers; Beatriz Vigalondo; Llorenç Sáez ; Pablo Vargas ...
 
 
 
 
Impact of Model Violations on the Inference of Species Boundaries Under the Multispecies Coalescent 
 
Anthony J Barley; Jeremy M Brown ; Robert C Thomson
 
 
To Include or Not to Include: The Impact of Gene Filtering on Species Tree Estimation Methods 
 
Erin K Molloy ; Tandy Warnow
 
 
A General Model for Estimating Macroevolutionary Landscapes 
 
Florian C Boucher ; Vincent Démery; Elena Conti; Luke J Harmon; Josef Uyeda
 
 
Probabilistic Distances Between Trees border= 
 
Maryam K Garba; Tom M W Nye ; Richard J Boys
 
 
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Use of Continuous Traits Can Improve Morphological Phylogenetics 
 
Caroline Parins-Fukuchi
 
 
 
 
The Past Sure is Tense: On Interpreting Phylogenetic Divergence Time Estimates 
 
Joseph W Brown; Stephen A Smith
 
 
The Efficacy of Consensus Tree Methods for Summarizing Phylogenetic Relationships from a Posterior Sample of Trees Estimated from Morphological Data border= 
 
Joseph E O'Reilly ; Philip C J Donoghue
 
 
Book Review
 
 
 
Improbable Destinies, Fate, Chance, and the Future of Evolution 
 
James Albert
 
 
Corrigendum
 
 
 
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