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Drainage evolution and fish biogeography of the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers drainage realm. The zoogeography of North American freshwater fishes.. :325-361.. 1986.
Zoogeography of the freshwater fishes of the southeastern United States: Savannah River to Lake Pontchartrain. The zoogeography of North American freshwater fishes.. :213-265.. 1986.
Allozyme variation in the longnose shiner, Hybopsis longirostris (Teleostei, Cyprinidae). Bulletin Alabama Museum of Natural History. 20:11-17.. 1999.
Harnessing museum resources for the census of marine life: the FISHNET project. Oceanography. 13:10-13.. 2000.
Distributed information systems and predictive biogeography: putting natural history collections to work in the 21st Century. The new panorama of animal evolution: proceedings XVIII International Congress of Zoology.. :619-624.. 2003.
Are Monotypic Genera Paraphyletic. Systematic Zoology. 26:352-355.. 1977.
Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics and Evolution: A Response to Løvtrup. Systematic Zoology. 32:209-219.. 1983.
The interrelationships of Acanthomorph fishes: A total evidence approach using molecular and morphological data. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology. 28:319-350.. 2000.
Methods in vicariance biogeography. Systematics and evolution: a matter of diversity. :283–306.. 1987.
Species concepts and their importance in fisheries management and research. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 136:1126-1135.. 2007.
Entropy and evolution. Entropy, information, and evolution. New perspectives on physical and biological evolution.. :173-188.. 1988.
Phylogenetic systematics and vicariance biogeography. Systematic Botany. 5:194-220.. 1980.
The compleat cladist. A primer of phylogenetic procedures. University of Kansas Museum of Natural History Special Publication. 19:i-ix,1-158.. 1991.
The Evolutionary Species Concept Reconsidered. Systematic Zoology. 27:17-26.. 1978.
Niche modeling and geographic range predictions in the marine environment using a machine-learning algorithm. Oceanography. 16:120–127.. 2003.
Species and speciation in phylogenetic systematics, with examples from the North American fish fauna. Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden. 72:596-635.. 1985.
Kinds, individuals, and theories. What the Philosophy of Biology Is (M. Reese, ed.). Kluwer Academic Publ., Dordrecht, The Netherlands. :289–300.. 1989.
Victims of history - a nonequilibrium approach to evolution. Systematic Zoology. 31:1-24.. 1982.
Vicariance biogeography. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics. 19:513-542.. 1988.
Must phylogenetic classifications be so complicated? Systematic Zoology. 29:309-313.. 1980.
Phylogenetic relationships among members of the Hybopsis dorsalis species group (Teleostei: Cyprinidae). Occasional Papers of the Museum of Natural History University of Kansas. :1-18.. 1992.
Ventral Gill Arch Muscles and the Phylogenetic Relationships of Latimeria-Chalumnae. Occasional Papers California Academy of Sciences. O:56-67.. 1979.
A critique from the evolutionary species concept perspective. Species concepts and phylogenetic theory. A debate.. :146-158.. 2000.
Family Lepisosteidae (gars) as living fossils. Living fossils. Springer-Verlag, New York. :160–165.. 1984.