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PROCEEDINGS OF THE CALIFORNIA ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, SERIES 4, V61, Nos. 7-18

 
 

  15 September 2010


No.  
Page No.
 
7

DAVID P. MINDELL. Editorial: Scientific Publications and the California Academy of Sciences. 1 fig

387-388  
8

GEORGE R. ZUG. An Outlying Carlia Population from Java and Comments on Species Groups within the Genus Carlia (Reptilia: Squamata: Scincidae). 3 figs., 3 tables, Appendix

389-408


9

FABIAN A. MICHELANGELI.  Neotropical Myrmecophilous Melastomataceae: An Annotated List and Key. 6 figs., Appendix

409-449

10

STEPHANIE A. DOLE and ANTHONY I. COGNATO. Phylogenetic Revision of Xylosandrus Reitter (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae: Xyleborina). 44 figs., 31 tables, Appendices

451-545

11

ALAN E. LEVITON, MICHELE L. ALDRICH, GARY C. WILLIAMS, AND PETER U. RODDA. Geology at the California Academy of Sciences, 1853-1907. 32 figs.

547-573

12

ROBYN A. WONG, JONATHAN J. FONG, and THEODORE J. PAPENFUSS. Phylogeography of the African Helmeted Terrapin, Pelomedusa Subrufa: Genetic Structure, Dispersal, and Human Introduction. 2 figs., 1 table, Appendices

575-585


13

THEODORE J. PAPENFUSS, TODD R. JACKMAN, AARON M. BAUER, BRYAN L. STUART, MICHAEL D. ROBINSON, and JAMES F. PARHAM. Phylogenetic Relationships Among Species of Southwest Asian Leaf-toed Geckos (Asaccus). 4 figs, 3 tables

587-596

14 PETER W. FRITSCH and LAURA M. GARRISON. The Flowering Plant Family Styracaceae in the Gaoligong Shan, along the Border Region of China and Myanmar. 13 figs., Appendices 597-616
15 THOMAS F. DANIEL. Sciaphila ledermannii (Triuridaceae), a Biogeographically Significant Holoscaprophyte Newly Reported from Principe in the Gulf of Guinea. 2 figs. 617-622
16

TERRENCE M. GOSLINER. Two New Species of Nudibranch Mollusks From the Coast of California. 7 figs., 1 table

623-631

17

MATTHEW P. HEINICKE, ELI GREENBAUM, TODD R. JACKMAN, AARON M. BAUER. Molecular Phylogenetics of Pacific Nactus (Squamata: Gekkota: Gekkonidae) and the Diphyly of Australian Species. 5 figs., 1 table

633-646

18
G.C. WILLIAMS, J.C. DELBEEK, B. SHEPHERD, S. WOLTERS. Zooxanthellae in Ellisellid Gorgonians of the Philippines. 3 figs.
647-648


 

 






 
   





 











 




       
 
   
       
 
   
       
       
       
       

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