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Arbogast, B.S., J.P. Dumbacher, S.J. Steppan, S.P. Courtney, and L.A. Sztukowski. 2006. Evaluation of scientific information regarding Preble's Meadow Jumping Mouse. Sustainable Ecosystems Institute, Portland, Oregon.

 

Baptista, L.F. 1999. Chivit, Bico-chumbo outros pastro-pastro Macaista. Revista Macau 80:56-70.

 

Baptista, L.F. 1999. Field and Laboratory Studies of the Biology of the White-crowned Sparrow. Poultry and Avian Biology reviews [Proceedings of the Symposium on Ethical Considerations in Avian Research, Vienna] 10:101-107.

 

Baptista, L.F. 1999. A letter from the field: Multilingual Sparrows. California Wild 52:39-41.

 

Baptista, L.F. 2000. What the White-crowned Sparrow Can Teach Us About Human Language. The Chronicle of Higher Education:B8.

 

Baptista, L.F., D.A. Bell, R. Lawson, and E. Visser. 1999. Relationships of some mannikins and waxbills in the Estrildidae. Journal fur Ornithologie 140:179-192.

 

Baptista, L.F., and S.L.L. Gaunt. 1999. Cognitive Processes in Avian Vocal Development, Pages 138-155 in N.J. Adams and R.H. Slotow (eds.), Symposium on Avian Cognition. Proceedings of the 22nd International Ornithological Congress, Durban.

 

Baptista, L.F., and R.A. Keister. 2005. Why birdsong is sometimes like music. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 48(3):426-443.

 

Baptista, L.F., and R. Krebs. 2000. Vocalizations and Relationships of North American creepers (Certhia americana): a taxonomic mystery. Ibis 142:457-465.

 

Baptista, L.F., and D.E. Kroodsma. 2001. Foreword, Avian Bioacoustics, A tribute to Luis Baptista., Pages 11-52 in J. Del Hoyo, A. Elliott, and J. Sargatal (eds.), Handbook of the Birds of the World. Volume 6. Lynx Edicions, Barcelona.

 

Baptista, L.F., and J.E. Martinez-Gomez. 2002. La investigacion bioacustica de las aves del Archipielago de Revillagigedo: Un reporte de avance. Huitzil 3:33-41.

 

Beadell, J.S., E. Gering, J. Austin, J.P. Dumbacher, M.A. Peirce, T.K. Pratt, C.A. Atkinson, and R.C. Fleischer. 2004. Prevalence and differential host-specificity of two avian blood parasite genera in the Australo-Papuan region. Molecular Ecology 13:3829-3844.

 

Bochkov, A.V., M.E. Flannery, and G.S. Spicer. 2009. Mites of the genus Torotrogla (Prostigmata: Syringophilidae) from North American passerines. Journal of Medical Entomology 46(2):183-197.

 

Brown, J.W., and D.P. Mindell. 2009. Falconiformes, Pages 436-439 in S.B. Hedges and S. Kumar (eds.), The Timetree of Life. Oxford University Press.

 

Courtney, S.P., J.A. Blakesley, R.E. Bigley, M.L. Cody, J.P. Dumbacher, R.C. Fleischer, A.B. Franklin, J.F. Franklin, R.J. Gutiérrez, J.M. Marzluff, and L. Sztukowski. 2004. Scientific evaluation of the status of the Northern Spotted Owl. Sustainable Ecosystems Institute, Portland, Oregon.

 

Dumbacher, J.P. 2005. Batrachotoxin, Pages 215-217 in P. Wexler (ed.), Encyclopedia of Toxicology. Elsevier, Oxford.

 

Dumbacher, J.P., K. Deiner, L. Thompson, and R.C. Fleischer. 2008. Phylogeny of the avian genus Pitohui and the evolution of toxicity in birds. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 49:774-781.

 

Dumbacher, J.P., G.K. Menon, and J.W. Daly. 2009. Skin as toxin storage organ in the endemic New Guinea genus Pitohui. Auk 126(3):520-530.

 

Dumbacher, J.P., A. Wako, S.R. Derrickson, A. Samuelson, T.F. Spande, and J.W. Daly. 2004. Melyrid beetles ( Choresine): A putative source for the batrachotoxin alkaloids found in poison-dart frogs and toxic passerine birds. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101(45):15857-15860.

 

Durnin, M.E., P.J. Palsbøll, O.A. Ryder, and D.R. Mccullough. 2006. A reliable genetic technique for sex determination of Giant Panda (Ailuropoda melanoleuca) from non-invasively collected hair samples. Conservation Genetics 8(3):715-720.

 

Elias, P.M., G. Menon, B.K. Wetzel, and J.J.W. Williams. 2009. Evidence that stress to the epidermal barrier influenced the development of pigmentation in humans. Pigment Cell Melanoma Res. 22:420-434.

 

Fellers, G.M., A. Launer, G.B. Rathbun, S. Bobzien, J. Alvarez, D. Sterner, R.B. Seymour, and M. Westphal. 2001. Overwintering tadpoles in the California red-legged frog (Rana aurora draytonii). Herpetological Review 32:156-157.

 

Flannery, M.E. 2007. Cospeciation between quill mites (Acari: Syringophilidae) and their passerine bird hosts. M.S. Thesis, San Francisco State University, San Francisco. viii; 44 pp.

 

Flannery, M.E., S.L. Guers, T. Gardali, N. Nur, and G.R. Geupel. 2004. Landbird migration at the Salton Sea: the value of desert riparian habitat, Pages 106-115 in W.D. Shuford and K.C. Molina (eds.), Ecology and Conservation of Birds of the Salton Sink: An Endangered Ecosystem.

 

Fleischer, R.C., J.J. Kirchman, J.P. Dumbacher, L. Bevier, C. Dove, N.C. Rotzel, S.V. Edwards, M. Lammertink, K.J. Miglia, and W.S. Moore. 2006. Mid-Pleistocene divergence of Cuban and North American Ivory-billed Woodpeckers. Biology Letters 2(3):466-469.

 

Gay, L., P.-A. Crochet, D.A. Bell, and T. Lenormand. 2008. Comparing clines on molecular and phenotypic traits in hybrid zones: a window on tension zone models. Evolution.

 

Gay, L., G. Neubauer, M. Zagalska-Neubauer, J.-M. Pons, D. Bell, and P.-A. Crochet. 2009. Speciation with gene flow in the large white-headed gulls: does selection counterbalance introgression? Heredity 102:133-146.

 

Germano, D.J., and G.B. Rathbun. 2008. Growth, Population Structure, and Reproduction of Western Pond Turtles (Actinemys marmorata) on the Central Coast of California. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 7(2):188-194.

 

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Holmes, A.L., M.E. Flannery, and G.R. Geupel. 2003. The Effects of Saltcedar (Tamarix spp.) on Resident Songbirds in Riparian Habitats of the Salton Sea, Pages 65-71 in P.M. Faber (ed.), California Riparian Systems: Processes and Floodplains Management, Ecology, and Restoration. 2001 Riparian Habitat and Floodplains Conference Proceedings, Riparian Habitat Joint Venture, Sacramento, CA. .

 

Hope, S. 1999. A new species of Graculavus from the Cretaceous of Wyoming (Aves: Neornithes),, Pages 261-266 in S.L. Olson (ed.), Avian Paleontology at the Close of the 20th Century: Proceedings of the 4th International Meeting of the Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution, Washington, DC, June 1996. Volume 89. Smithsonian Contributions to Paleobiology.

 

Hope, S. 2002. The Mesozoic Record of Neornithes, Pages 339-388 in L.M. Chiappe and L.M. Witmer (eds.), Mesozoic Birds, above the heads of dinosaurs. University of California Press, Berkeley, California.

 

Ishak, H.D., J.P. Dumbacher, N.L. Anderson, J.J. Keane, G. Valkiu-Nas, S.M. Haig, L.A. Tell, and R.N.M. Sehgal. 2008. Blood Parasites in Owls with Conservation Implications for the Spotted Owl (Strix occidentalis). PLoS One 3(e2304):1-9.

 

Jennings, M.R., and G.B. Rathbun. 2001. Petrodromus tetradactylus. Mammalian Species 782:1-6.

 

Johnson, J.A., M. Gilbert, M.Z. Virani, M. Asim, and D.P. Mindell. 2008. Temporal genetic analysis of the critically endangered oriental white-backed vulture in Pakistan. Biological Conservation 141:2403-2409.

 

Johnson, J.A., R.E. Tingay, M. Culver, F. Hailer, M.L. Clarke, and D.P. Mindell. 2009. Long-term survival despite low genetic diversity in the critically endangered Madagascar fish-eagle. Molecular Ecology 18:54-63.

 

Laws, J.M. 2004. Sierra Birds, A hiker’s guide. Heyday Books, Berkeley.

 

Laws, J.M. 2007. Laws Field Guide to the Sierra Nevada. Heyday Books; California Academy of Sciences, Berkeley; San Francisco.

 

Lazaro, M., E.P. Lessa, and H. Hamilton. 2004. Geographic genetic structure in the franciscana dolphin (Pontoporia blainvillei). Marine Mammal Science 20(2):201-214.

 

Lefebvre, L.W., M. Marmontel, J. Reid, G.B. Rathbun, and D. Domning. 2001. Status and Biogeography of the West Indian Manatee, Pages 425-474 in C.A. Woods and F.E. Sergile (eds.), Biogeography of the West Indies: past, present and future. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida. 582 pp.

 

Lerner, H.R.L., M.C. Klaver, and D.P. Mindell. 2008. Molecular phylogenetics of Buteoninae birds of prey (Aves: Accipitridae). Auk 125:304-315.

 

Lillywhite, H.B., J.G. Menon, G.K. Menon, C.M. Sheehy, and M.C. Tu. 2009. Water exchange and permeability properties of the skin in three species of amphibious sea snakes ( Laticauda spp.). The Journal of Experimental Biology 212:1921-1929.

 

Littschwager, D., R. Bandar, D.J. Long, K.K. Howell, and K. Wong. 2002. Skulls. California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco. 112 pp.

 

Long, D.J. 2001. Species Account: Elegant Crested Tinamou, Pages 265 in D. Burnie and D.E. Wilson (eds.), Animal, The Definitive Guide to the World's Wildlife. Dorling Kindersley Publishing Inc., New York.

 

Long, D.J. 2001. Species Account: Malayan Flying Lemur, Pages 114 in D. Burnie and D.E. Wilson (eds.), Animal, The Definitive Guide to the World's Wildlife. Dorling Kindersley Publishing Inc., New York.

 

Long, D.J. 2001. Species Accounts: Common Loon, Red Throated Loon, Pages 268 in D. Burnie and D.E. Wilson (eds.), Animal, The Definitive Guide to the World's Wildlife. Dorling Kindersley Publishing Inc., New York.

 

Long, D.J. 2001. Species Accounts: Dugong, West Indian Manatee, Pages 223 in D. Burnie and D.E. Wilson (eds.), Animal, The Definitive Guide to the World's Wildlife. Dorling Kindersley Publishing Inc., New York.

 

Long, D.J. 2001. Species Accounts: Rock Hyrax, Southern Tree Hyrax, Pages 222 in D. Burnie and D.E. Wilson (eds.), Animal, The Definitive Guide to the World's Wildlife. Dorling Kindersley Publishing Inc., New York.

 

Long, D.J. 2001. Species Accounts: Speckled Mousebird, Resplendent Quetzal, Violaceous Trogon, Pages 326 in D. Burnie and D.E. Wilson (eds.), Animal, The Definitive Guide to the World's Wildlife. Dorling Kindersley Publishing Inc., New York.

 

Mack, A., and J.P. Dumbacher. 2007. Birds of Papua, Pages 654-688 in A.J. Marshall and B.M. Beehler (eds.), The Ecology of Papua. Conservation International, Washington.

 

Makovicky, P.J., D. Li, K.-Q. Gao, M. Lewin, G.M. Erickson, and M.A. Norell. 2009 in press. A giant ornithomimosaur from the Early Cretaceous of China. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B.

 

Mcpeak, R.H., and D.J. Long (Technical Editor). 2000. Amphibians and Reptiles of Baja California. Sea Challengers Press.

 

Menon, G.K. 2007. Comparative biology of the epidermal barrier, with emphasis on the stratum corneum: 040. Abstract from the Stratum Corneum V Conference 2007; 11-13 July 2007, Cardiff, Wales, in association with the ISBS. International Journal of Cosmetic Science 29(3):229.

 

Menon, G.K., and J. Menon. 2000. Avian epidermal lipids: Functional considerations and relationship to feathering. American Zoologist 40(4):540-552.

 

Menon, G.K., and C.J. Pfeiffer. 2002. Cetacean Oral and Lingual Epithelium: Cell and Subcellular Structure, Pages 412-423 in C.J. Pfeiffer (ed.), Molecular and Cell Biology of Marine Mammals. Krieger Publishing Company, Malabar, Florida.

 

Mindell, D.P. 2009. Evolution in the Everyday World. Scientific American 300:82-89.

 

Mindell, D.P. 2009. Letter to Linnaeus, Pages 139-145 in S. Knapp and Q. Wheeler (eds.), Letters to Linnaeus. The Linnean Society of London.

 

Morales-Vela, B., D. Olivera-Gómez, J.E. Reynolds Iii, and G.B. Rathbun. 2000. Distribution and Habitat use by Manatees (Trichechus manatus manatus) in Belize and Chetumal Bay, Mexico. Biological Conservation 95:67-75.

 

Paliwal, S., G.K. Menon, and S. Mitragotri. 2006. Low-frequencey sonophoresis: Ultrastructural basis for stratum corneum permeability assessed using quantum dots. Journal of Investigative Dermatology 126:1095-1011.

 

Parris, D.C., and S. Hope. 2002. New Interpretations of Birds from the Navesink and Hornerstown Formations, New Jersey, USA (Aves: Neornithes), Pages 113-124 in Z. Zhou and F. Zhang (eds.), Proceedings of the 5th Symposium of the Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution, Beijing, 1-4 June 2000. Science Press, Beijing, China.

 

Pfeiffer, C.J., and G.K. Menon. 2002. Cellular Ultrastructural and Biochemical Specializations in the Cetacean Epidermis, Pages 396-411 in C.J. Pfeiffer (ed.), Molecular and Cell Biology of Marine Mammals. Krieger Publishing Company, Malabar, Florida.

 

Pyle, P., and D.J. Long. 2001. Species Lists for the Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary, Appendix to the State of the Sanctuary Report: 2001. Vertebrates. Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary, National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, Annual Report 2001. Appendix, 1-6 pp.

 

Pyle, P., D.J. Long, J. Schonewald, R.E. Jones, and J. Roletto. 2001. Historical and recent colonization of the South Farallon Islands, California, by northern fur seals (Callorhinus ursinus). Marine Mammal Science 17:397-402.

 

Rathbun, G.B. 2005 (Sub-Editor) . Order Macroscelidea, Pages 22-34 in J.D. Skinner and C.T. Chimimba (eds.), The Mammals of the Southern African Subregion. Cambridge University Press, Cape Town, South Africa. 814 pp.

 

Rathbun, G. 2004. The Shadow Hunter. Africa Geographic Magazine (February 2004) 12(1):18-19.

 

Rathbun, G.B., B.B. Hatfield, and T.G. Murphey. 2000. Status of translocated Sea Otters at San Nicolas Island, California. Southwestern Naturalist 45:322-375.

 

Rathbun, G., and L.B. Lackey. 2007. A brief graphical history of sengis in captivity. Afrotherian Conservation - Newsletter of the IUCN-SSC Afrotheria Specialist Group 5:7-8.

 

Rathbun, G.B., and C.D. Rathbun. 2005. Noki or dassie-rat (Petromus typicus) feeding ecology and petrophily. Belgian Journal of Zoology 135 (supplement):69-75.

 

Rathbun, G.B. 2001. Elephant Shrews, Pages 716-721 in D. Macdonald (ed.), The New Encyclopedia of Mammals. Oxford University Press, New York. 930 pp.

 

Rathbun, G.B. 2008. Tales of sengi tails. Afrotherian Conservation – Newsletter of the IUCN-SSC Afrotheria Specialist Group 6:8-10.

 

Rathbun, G.B. 2009. Why is there discordant diversity in sengi (Mammalia: Afrotheria: Macroscelidea) taxonomy and ecology? African Journal of Ecology 47:1-13.

 

Rathbun, G.B., T. Cowley, and O. Zapke. 2005. Black mongoose (Galerella nigrata) home range and social behaviour affected by abundant food at an antelope carcass. African Zoology 40:154-157.

 

Rathbun, G.B., and T.E. Cowley. 2008. Behavioural ecology of the black mongoose (Galerella nigrata) in Namibia. Mammalian Biology 73:444-450.

 

Rathbun, G.B., and J. Kingdon. 2006. The etymology of “SENGIS. Afrotherian Conservation - Newsletter of the IUCN-SSC Afrotheria Specialist Group 4:14-15c.

 

Rathbun, G.B., and S.N. Kyalo. 2000. Golden-rumped Elephant-shrew, Pages 125-129 in R.P. Reading and B. Miller (eds.), Endangered Animals, A Reference Guide to Conflicting Issues. Greenwood Press., Westport, Connecticut. 383 pp.

 

Rathbun, G.B., and C.D. Rathbun. 2005. Does the Cape Sengi (Elephantulus edwardii) occur in Namibia? Afrotherian Conservation – Newsletter of the IUCN-SSC Afrotheria Specialist Group 3:5-6.

 

Rathbun, G.B., and C.D. Rathbun. 2006. Habitat use by radio-tagged Namib Desert golden moles (Eremitalpa granti namibensis). African Journal of Ecology 45:196-201.

 

Rathbun, G.B., and C.D. Rathbun. 2006. Radio-tracking Namib Desert Golden Moles. Afrotherian Conservation - Newsletter of the IUCN-SSC Afrotheria Specialist Group 4:5-6.

 

Rathbun, G.B., and C.D. Rathbun. 2006. Sheltering, basking, and petrophily in the Noki or Dassie-rat (Petromus typicus) in Namibia. Mammalia 2006:269-275.

 

Rathbun, G.B., and C.D. Rathbun. 2006. Social monogamy in the Noki or Dassie-rat (Petromus typicus) in Namibia. Mammalian Biology 71:203-213.

 

Rathbun, G.B., and C.D. Rathbun. 2006. Social structure of the bushveld sengi (Elephantulus intufi) in Namibia and the evolution of monogamy in the Macroscelidea. Journal of Zoology 269:391-399.

 

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Rathbun, G.B., N.J. Scott Jr., and T.G. Murphey. 2002. Terrestrial habitat use by Pacific pond turtles in a Mediterranean climate. Southwestern Naturalist 47:225-235.

 

Rathbun, G.B., and R.L. Wallace. 2000. Florida Manatee, Pages 107-111 in R.P. Reading and B. Miller (eds.), Endangered Animals, A Reference Guide to Conflicting Issues. Greenwood Press, Westport, Connecticut. 383 pp.

 

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