Species classification references

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Barton, N. H., and Hewitt, G. M. (1985). Analysis of hybrid zones. Annu. Rev. Ecol. Syst. 16, 113–148.

Cracraft, J. (1989). Speciation and its ontology: The empirical consequences of alternative species concepts for understanding patterns and processes of differentiation. In Speciation and its Consequences (D. Otte and J. A. Endler, Eds.), pp. 28–59. Sinauer Associates, Sunderland, MA.

Darwin, C. (1874). The Descent of Man and Selection in Relation to Sex, 2nd ed. John Murray, London.

Johnson, K. R. (2003). Karl Jordan: A life in systematics. PhD dissertation, Oregon State University, Corvallis.

Mallet, J. (2004a). Poulton, Wallace and Jordan: How discoveries in Papilio butterflies initiated a new species concept 100 years ago. Syst. Biodiv. 1, 441–452.

Mallet, J. (2004b). Species problem solved 100 years ago. Nature 430, 503.

Mayr, E. (1982). The Growth of Biological Thought. Diversity, Evolution, and Inheritance. Belknap, Cambridge, MA.

Rothschild, M. (1983). Dear Lord Rothschild. Birds, Butterflies and History. Hutchinson, London.

Rothschild, W., and Jordan, K. (1895). A revision of the Papilios of the eastern hemisphere, exclusive of Africa. Novitat. Zool. 2, 167–463.

Rothschild, W., and Jordan, K. (1903). A revision of the lepidopterous family Sphingidae. Novitat. Zool. 9(Suppl.), I–cxxv, 1–813.

Stresemann, E. (1936). The Formenkreis theory. Auk 53, 150–158.

Stresemann, E. (1975). Ornithology. From Aristotle to the Present. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA. Reprinted edition of

Stresemann’s 1951 ‘‘Entwicklung der Ornithologie.’’ Translated by H. J. Epstein and C. Epstein; G. W. Cottrell Ed.; foreword and epilogue by E. Mayr.

Wilson, E. O., and Brown, W. L. (1953). The subspecies concept and its taxonomic application. Syst. Zool. 2, 97–111.

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