Message 2004-10-0123: References for Papers Using PhyloCode

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Date: Sat, 18 Sep 2004 15:03:21 -0700 (PDT)
From: [unknown]
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Subject: References for Papers Using PhyloCode

So far, I am only aware of three papers that use the rules of the dra=
PhyloCode to define taxa:

Clarke, J. A. (2004). Morphology, Phylogenetic Taxonomy, and Systemat=
ics of
_Ichthyornis_ and _Apatornis_ (Avialae: Ornithurae). Bull. Am. Mus. N=
at. Hist.
286. 179 pp.

Gauthier, J. A., and de Queiroz, K. (2001). Feathered dinosaurs, flyi=
dinosaurs, crown dinosaurs, and the name "Aves". In "New Perspectives=
 on the
Origin and Early Evolution of Birds: Proceedings of the International=
in Honor of John H. Ostrom" (J. A. Gauthier and L. F. Gall,  Eds.) pp=
. 7-41.
Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University, New Haven, Connec=

Joyce, W. J., Parham, J. F., and Gauthier, J. A. (2004). Developing a=
for the Conversion of Rank-Based Taxon Names to Phylogenetically Defi=
ned Clade
Names, as Exemplified by Turtles. J. Paleont. 78(5). pp. 989-1013.

(Interestingly, all three of these concern sauropsid vertebrates.)

Are there others out there? (Preferrably some to do with invertebrate=
s, or,
better yet, non-animals?)

While I'm on the subject, what's the proper way to cite the draft Phy=
loCode? I
would assume:

Cantino, P. D., and de Queiroz, K. (2003). "PhyloCode: A Phylogenetic=
 Code of
Biological Nomenclature (Version 2)." Available On-Line

=2E..or something to that effect?


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