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1.       1956.     A generic review of the family Ardeidae (Aves). Amer. Mus. Novitates  # 1779, 49 pp.

 

2.       1957.     Breeding of the Glossy Ibis in Virginia. Bird-Banding, 28:98. (w/John Terborgh).

 

3.       1958.     A generic review of the plovers (Charadriinae, Aves).  Bulletin Mus. Comp. Zool., 118:27-97.

 

4.       1959.     The status of the Semipalmated Plover. Auk, 76:98-100.

 

5.       1959.     Preadaptation and multiple evolutionary pathways.  Evolution, 13:194-211.

 

6.       1959.     The scansorial foot of the woodpeckers, with comments on the evolution of perching and climbing feet in birds.  Amer. Mus.  Novitates, # 1931, 45 pp. (w/ W. de W. Miller).

 

7.       1960.     Secondary articulation of the avian mandible. Auk, 77:19-55.

 

8.       1960.     A critique of "Morphological Integration." Evolution, 14:130-132. 

 

9.       1960.     Review of Heller, "Ein dritter Archaeopteryx-Fund aus den Solnhofener Plattenkalken von Langenaltheim/Mfr."  Auk, 77:231-232.

 

10.       1960.     The palatine process of the premaxilla in the Passeres.  A study of the variation, function, evolution and taxonomic value of a single character throughout an avian order.  Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 122:361-488.

 

11.       1961.     Salivary glands in the Gray Jays (Perisoreus).  Auk.,78:355-365.

 

12.       1962.     Feather tracts in the Corvidae - a correction. Ibis, 104:257-259.

 

13.       1962.     Review of Jollie, "Chordate Morphology." Amer. Sci., 51:54A.

 

14.       1962.     The pneumatic fossa of the humerus in the passeres.  Auk, 79:425-443.

 

15.       1962.     Kinetics of the Avian skull. Amer. Zool., 2:506. (Abstract).

 

16.       1963.     Relationships between the birds of paradise and the bower birds.  Condor, 64:91-125.

 

17.       1963.     Review of Bowman, "Morphological differentiation and adaptation in the Galapagos Finches." Auk, 80:202-207.

 

18.       1963.     Review of Zusi, "Structural adaptations of the head and neck in the Black Skimmer Rynchops nigra Linneaus."  Wilson Bull., 75:221-222.

 


19.       1963.     Evolution and phylogeny in morphologically uniform groups.  Amer. Nat., 97:265-285.

 

20.       1963.     The role of preadaptation and adaptation in the evolution of higher levels of organization. Proc. XVI Internat. Cong. Zool., 3:297-300.

 

21.       1963.     On the functional significance of pinnate muscles. Proc. XVI Internat. Cong. Zool., 1:168. (w/C. Gans; Abstract).

 

22.       1963.     Two evolutionary theories - a discussion. British Journ. for the Phil. of Sci., 14:140-146. (w/G. v. Wahlert).

 

23.       1963.     The cranial evidence for ratite affinities. I:39-54. In, Sibley, C.G., ed. Proceedings of the XIII International Ornithological Congress. Allen Press: Lawrence, KS.

 

24.       1963.     The evolution of cranial kinesis in early tetrapods.  Amer. Zool., 3:487. (Abstract).

 

25.       1964.     Review of Goodman and Fisher, "Functional anatomy of the feeding apparatus in Waterfowl (Aves: Anatidae)."  Evolution, 18:133.

 

26.       1964.     Bill shape as a generic character in the cardinals.  Wilson Bulletin, 76:50-61.

 

27.       1964.     Comments on the proposed validation of Cardinalis Bonaparte, 1838 (Aves). Z.N.(S.) 1608.  Bull Zool. Nomen., 21:416.

 

28.       1964.     Kinetics of the avian skull. Journ. Morph., 114:1-42.

 

29.       1964.     Review of van der Klaauw, "Projections, deepenings and undulations of the surface of the skull in relation to the attachments of muscles."  Auk, 81:458-459.

 

30.       1964.     The affinities of the Australian Dotterel, Peltohyas australis.  Emu, 63:383-403.

 

31.       1964.     Functional analysis of bill shape in birds.  Amer. Zool., 4:399. (Abstract).

 

32.       1965.     The functional significance of muscle architecture - a theoretical analysis. Ergebnisse der Anatomie, 38:115-142. (w/C. Gans).

 

33.       1965.     The role of adaptive mechanisms in the origin of higher levels of organization. Syst. Zool., 14:272-287.

             

34.       1965.     Experimental analysis of the avian passive perching mechanism.  Amer. Zool., 5:681. (Abstract).

 

35.       1965.     Adaptation and the form-function complex.  Evolution, 19:269-299. (w/G. v. Wahlert).

 

36.       1966.     An approach to the functional analysis of bill shape.  Auk, 83:10-51.

 

37.       1966.     The use of adaptive characters in avian classification.  Abstracts XIV Internat. Ornith. Cong., pp. 5-7.

 


38.       1966.     Mechanics of one- and two-joint muscles.  Amer. Zool., 6:566. (Abstract).

 

39.       1967.     Review of George and Berger, "Avian Myology." Auk, 84:138-140.

 

40.       1967.     The use of adaptive characters in avian classification. P. 61-74 In, Snow, D.W., ed, Proceedings of the XIV International Ornithological Congress, Blackwell, Oxford

 

41.       1967.     Consequence of pinnateness of the M. pseudotemporalis superficialis in passerine birds.  Amer. Zool., 7:775-776. (Abstract).

 

42.       1968.     The avian mandible as a structural girder.  Journ. Biomechanics, 1:89-96. (w/B. Kummer).

 

43.       1968.     An analysis of twitch and tonus fibers in the hatching muscle.  Condor, 70:211-222. (w/R.S. Hikida).

 

44.       1968.     Mechanics of one- and two-joint muscles.  Amer. Mus. Novit., # 2319, 45 pp.

 

45.       1968.     Review of Bauer and Glutz, "Handbuch der Vögel Mitteleurops, vol. 1."  Auk, 85:522-524.

 

46.       1968.     Review of Hennig, "Phylogenetic systematics."  Evolution, 22:646-648.

 

47.       1968.     The sequence of bird lists. Ibis, 110:368-369.

 

48.       1968.     Falcony. Letter to the Editor, Science, 161:1268 and cover.

 

49.       1968.     Vertebrate biology, Review of Gordon, "Animal function.  Principles and adaptations." Science, 162:1263-1964.

 

50.       1968.     A radial proprioceptive organ in the wings of owls.  Amer. Zool., 8:810. (Abstract).

 

51.       1968.     The ectethmoid-mandibular articulation in some Meliphagidae (Aves).  Amer. Zool., 8:810. (w/H. Morioka; Abstract).

 

52.       1969.     Turgidity and function of the hatching muscle.  Amer. Midl. Nat., 81:99-106. (w/R.S. Hikida).

 

53.       1969.     Comparative morphology in systematics. Pp. 411-448. In: "Systematic Biology." Nat. Acad. Sciences, Publication 1692, Washington, DC

 

54.       1969.     The radius and relationship of owls.  Wilson Bulletin, 81:55-68. (w/A. McEvey).

 

55.       1969.     Nonvalidity of the "phylogenetic fallacy."  Syst. Zool.,18:111-115.

   

56.       1969.     Evolution by orderly law. Review of Haeckel and Berg.  Science, 164:684-685.

 

57.       1969.     Osteology of Pedionomus torquatus (Aves: Pedionomidae) and its allies. Proc. Roy. Soc. Vict., 82:187-232. (w/A. McEvey).

 


58.       1969.     Functional morphology of the feeding apparatus of Loxops c. coccinea (Aves: Drepanididae). Amer. Zool., 9:1149.

 

59.       1969.     Origin and adaptive radiation of birds.  Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 167:147-155.

 

60.       1969.     The concept of homology. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 167:71-73.

 

61.       1970.     On the classification of blackbirds. Auk, 87:209. (w/L.L. Short).

 

62.       1970.     Affinities between some avian orders based upon their cranial morphology. Abstracts, XV Internat. Ornith.Cong., pp. 66-67.

 

63.       1970.     Review of Bauer and Glutz, "Handbuch der Vögel Mitteleuropas, Anseriformes, vols. 2 & 3." Auk, 87: 597-599.

 

64.       1970.     A pseudoarthrosis in the forelimb of a sloth (Choloepus didactylus).  Amer. Mus. Novitates, # 2439, 10 pp. (w/E.G. Atkins).

 

65.       1970.     The structure of pigeon muscle and its changes due to tenotomy.  J. Exp. Zool., 175:343-356. (w/R.S. Hikida).

 

66.       1970.     Microevolutionary sequences as a fundamental concept in macroevolutionary models.  Evolution, 24: 704-722.

 

67.       1970.     The M. tympani in the opossum (Didelphys virginiana).  Amer. Zool., 10: 557. (Abstract).

 

 68.        1970.     Meliphagidae.  MacGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology.  1970.  pp. 246-248.

 

69.       1971.     Innervation of the avian tonus latissimus dorsi anterior muscle.  Amer. J. Anat., 130:269-280.

 

70.       1971.     Review of Fitzgerald, "The Coturnix Quail/ anatomy and histology."  Auk, 88:443-444.

 

71.       1971.     "Resin secretion" in Hemicircus (Picidae).  Ibis, 113:234-236. (w/L.L. Short).

 

72.       1971.     Review of Klemm, "Comparative Myology of the hind limb of procellariform birds." and Raikow, "Evolution of diving adaptations in stiff-tail ducks." Auk, 88:680-682.

 

73.       1971.     Morphology and evolution of the ectethmoid-mandibular articulation in the Meliphagidae (Aves).  J. Morph., 135:13-50. (w/H. Morioka).

 

74.       1971.     Structure and function of the sublingual pouch of the Clark's Nutcracker. Amer. Zool., 11:705. (Abstract).

 

75.       1971.     The preglossale of Passer (Aves) - a skeletal neomorph.  Amer. Zool., 11:705. (w/J. Morony; Abstract).

 

76.       1972.     Turkey anatomy. Science, 175:225. (w/R.D. Klemm).

 

77.       1972.     Morphology of the tongue apparatus of Ciridops anna (Drepanididae). Ibis, 114:61-78.


78.       1972.     Possible hybrid Jynx ruficollis.  Bulletin Brit. Ornith. Club, 92:28-31. (w/L.L. Short).

 

79.       1972.     Effect of denervation on pigeon slow skeletal muscle.  Zeitsch. Zellf. Mikr. Anat., 128:1-18. (w/R.S. Hikida).

 

80.       1972.     A staining method for gross dissection of vertebrate muscle.  Anat. Anz., 130:222-227. (w/C. Shear).

 

81.       1972.     Species interaction and macroevolution.  In, T. Dobzhansky, M.K. Hecht and W.C. Steere, eds. Evolutionary Biology.  Appleton, Century, Crofts, New York, vol 5:1-24.

 

82.       1972.     Examination of macroevolutionary events by sequential species analysis. Preprints, 17th International Zoological Congress, 2:17pp.

   

83.       1972.     Review of Ames, "The morphology of the syrinx in passerine birds." Auk, 89:899-903.

 

84.       1972.     Review of Duncker, "The lung air sac system in birds."  Auk, 89:910-911.

 

85.       1972.     Snap-closing ligaments in flycatchers.  Amer. Zool., 12:729-730. (w/J. Morony; Abstract).

 

 86.        1972.     Strigiformes.  McGraw-Hill Yearb ook of Science and Technology. 1971.  pp. 394-396.

 

87.       1973.     Review of Glutz, Bauer and Bezzel, "Handbuch der Vögel Mitteleuropas, Falconiformes, vol. 4." Auk, 90:216-217.

 

88.       1973.     Morphology of the sublingual pouch and tongue musculature in Clark's Nutcracker. Auk, 90:491-519. (w/R.P. Balda and S.B. vander Wall).

 

89.       1973.     Functional anatomy and adaptive evolution of the feeding apparatus in the Hawaiian honeycreeper genus Loxops (Drepanididae).  Ornithol. Monographs, (AOU), 15:x + 1-173. (w/L.P. Richards). 

 

90.       1973.     Philosophical foundations of classical evolutionary classification.  Syst. Zool., 22:375-392.

 

91.       1973.     Structure and function of the pigeon M. serratus metapatagialis.  Amer. Zool., 13:1344. (Abstract).

 

92.       1974.     Review of Lucas and Stettenheim, "Avian anatomy. Integument."  Auk, 91:207-208.

 

93.       1974.     Review of Nelson, "A revision of the New World species of Ricinus (Mallophaga) occurring on Passeriformes (Aves)." Auk, 91:208-209.

 

94.       1974.     Review of Glutz, Bauer and Bezzel, "Handbuch der Vögel Mittel-europas, Gallifornes and Gruiformes, vol. 5." Auk, 91:434-435.

 

95.       1974.     Review of Koch, "Anatomy of the chicken and domestic birds."  Auk, 91:647-648.


96.       1974.     Review of Feduccia, "Evolutionary trends in the neotropical ovenbirds and woodhewers." Auk, 91:855-859.

 

97.       1974.     Review of Farner and King, "Avian biology, vol. II."  Wilson Bulletin, 86:183.

 

98.       1974.     The avian skeletomuscular system.  In, Farner, D.S. and J.R. King, eds., "Avian biology." vol. IV, Chap. 3:119-257.

 

99.       1974.     Analysis of fiber types in the pigeon's metapatagialis muscle.  I. Histochemistry, end plates and ultrastructure.  Tissue and Cell, 6:411-430. (w/R.S. Hikida).

 

100.       1975.     Reference List of the Birds of the World. New York, American Museum of Natural History, x + 207 pp. (w/J.J. Morony, and J. Farrand).

 

101.       1976.     Analysis of fiber types in the pigeon's metapatagialis muscle II. Effects of denervation.  Tissue & Cell, 8:259-276. (w/R.S. Hikida).

 

102.       1976.     Analysis der Kräfteverhältnisse bei Klettervögeln.  Journ. f. Ornith. 117:397-418. (w/H. Winkler).

 

103.       1976.     Recent advances and the future of avian classification.  Proceedings 16th International Ornithological Congress, Canberra (1974) Australian Academy of Sciences. pp. 176-184.

 

104.       1977.     Adaptation and the comparative method.  In, Hecht, M. et al., eds. "Major patterns in vertebrate evolution." NATO Advanced Study Institute.  Ser. A, 14:57-82, Plenum, New York.

 

105.       1977.     Foundations and methods of evolutionary classification.  In, Hecht, M. et al., eds. "Major patterns in vertebrate evolution."  NATO Advanced Study Institute.  Ser. A, 14:851-895, Plenum, New York.

 

106.       1977.     Toward an ecological morphology.  Vogelwarte, 29:127-135.

 

107.       1977.     Functional morphology of the woodpecker feeding apparatus.  Amer. Zool., 17:872. (Abstract).

 

108.       1978.     The preglossale in Passer (Aves: Passeriformes) - a skeletal neomorph.  Jour. Morph., 155:99-110. (w/J. Morony).

 

109.       1978.     Relationships of the passerine finches (Passeriformes: Passeridae).  Bonn. zool. Beitr., 91:49-61. (w/J. Morony).

 

110.       1978.     Mechanical analysis of the external forces on climbing mammals.  Zoomorphologie, 91:49-61. (w/H. Winkler).

 

111.       1978.     Principles and methods of comparative analysis in sociobiology.  In, Caplan, A., ed. "The sociobiology controversy." Harper and Row, New York, pp. 396-410.

 

112.       1978.     Final report of the "Workshop on a national plan for ornithology."  submitted to the NSF and the AOU.  36 pp. and appendixes.  (w/James R. King - codirector).


113.       1978.     Tongue morphology and musculature of the Hawaiian Honeycreeper Melamprosops phaeosoma.  Ibis, 120:467-479.

 

114.       1978.     Comments on classification as historical narratives.  Syst. Zool., 27:362-364.

 

115.       1978.     Foreword to B. Stegmann, "Relationships of the superorders Alextormorphae and Charadriomorphae (Aves):  A comparative study of the avian hand."  pp. 1-8, Publ. Nuttall Ornith.  Club. No. 17, vi + 119 pp.

 

116.       1978.     Morphology of the larynx in Corvus. Wilson Bulletin, 90:553-565.

 

117.       1979.     The synthetic explanation of macroevolutionary change -- a reductionist approach.  Bulletin Carnegie Museum, 13:20-69.

 

118.       1980.     The definition and recognition of biological adaptation.  Amer. Zool., 20:217-227.

 

119.       1980.     The number of species and genera of Recent birds.  Amer. Mus. Novit., # 2703, 29 pp. (w/J. Farrand).

 

120.       1981.     Functional-adaptive analysis in evolutionary classification.  Amer. Zool., 21:5-20.

 

121.       1981.     How are morphological features judged adaptive.  Proc. 17th Internat. Ornith. Cong. pp. 181-184.

 

122.       1981.     Review of Feduccia, "The Age of Birds."  Amer. Sci. 69:560.

 

123.       1982.     Animal, vol. 1:489-490;

Eumetozoa, vol. 1:667;

Chordata, vol. 2:822;

Vertebrata, vol. 2:830;

Aves, vol. 2:967-1015;

Biological Classification, vol. 2:1067-1071. In, Sybil R. Parker, ed., "Synopsis and classification of living organisms." McGraw-Hill, New York, 2 vols, xviii & iii + 1232 pp.

 

124.       1983.     On extended wings. Another view of flight. The Sciences, 23:16-20.

 

125.       1983.     An analysis of the 1858 papers of Wallace and Darwin.  Amer. Zool. 23:907. (Abstract).

 

126.       1984.     [The role of functional-adaptive analysis in evolutionary morphology.] (in Russian) Zh. Obshch. Biol. SSSR., 44:594-602.

 

127.       1985.     Adaptive inference and museological research.  In, E.H. Miller, ed., "Museum collections:  Their roles and future in biological research."  British Columbia Provincial Museum, Occasional Paper, #25:123-138.

 

128.       1985.     Is Diglossa (? Thraupinae) monophyletic?  Eisenmann Memorial Volume, Ornithological Monographs (A.O.U.), #36:319-332.

 


129.       1985.     Relationships of the Sugarbird (Promerops; Passeriformes, Meliphagidae). Pp. 349-374. Proceedings of the International Symposium of African Vertebrates, Koenig Museum, Bonn.

 

130.       1985.     The arboreal theory for the origin of birds. Pp. 199-207.  In, M.K. Hecht, et al., eds., "The beginnings of birds."  Jura Museum, Eichstätt.

 

131.       1985.     The skeletomuscular system of the feeding apparatus of the Noisy Scrub-bird, Atrichornis clamosus (Passeriformes: Atrichornithidae). Records of the Australian Museum, 37:193-210.

 

132.       1985.     Morphology of the Noisy Scrub-bird, Atrichornis clamosus (Passeriformes: Atrichornithidae): Systematic relationships and summary. Records of the Australian Museum, 37:243-254. (w/ Mary Clench).

 

133.       1985.     Functional adaptive analyses in evolutionary classification.  Pp. 31-33. In, V. E. Sokolof, et al., eds, [Morphological Investigations of Living Animals.]  Sciencia, USSR Acad. Sciences, Moscow, 304 pp.

 

134.       1985.     Report on the activities of the International Ornithological Committee and of its Permanent Executive Committee.  Proc. XVIII International Ornithological Congress, pp. 15-22. (W. Lars v. Haartman and V. Ilyichev)

 

135.       1985.     Report of the Standing Committee on Ornithological Nomenclature.  Proc. XVIII International Ornithological Congress, pp. 29-32.

 

136.       1986.     Species concepts, speciation, and macroevolution. Pp. 31-57. In, K. Iwatsuki, P.H. Raven and W.J. Bock, eds., "Modern Aspects of Species." Univ. Tokyo Press, Tokyo, xvii + 240 pp.

 

137.       1986.     Co-editor, with K. Iwatsuki and P.H. Raven, "Modern Aspects of Species." Univ. Tokyo Press, Tokyo, xvii + 240 pp.

 

138.       1986.     The arboreal origin of avian flight. Memoirs California Academy of Sciences, # 8:57-72.

 

139.       1986.     Comment on the proposed grant of precedence to Threskiornithidae Richmond, 1917 (Aves) over Plataleinae Bonaparte, 1838, Z.N.(S.) 2136. Bull Zool Nom., 43:324.

 

140.       1987.     List of avian family-group names to be proposed for conservation.  Bull. Zool. Nom., 44:44.

 

141.       1987.     Animal, vol. 1:546.

Aminal Kingdom, vol. 1:564-565.

Animal Systematics, vol. 1:567-570

Aorta, Vol. 1:662.

Artery. vol. 2:67-68.

Autonomic Nervous System, vol. 2:271

Bone, vol. 2:653.

Breast, vol. 3:41.

Chordata, vol. 3:564-565.

Countercurrent Exchange (Biology), vol. 4:482-483.

Gnathostoma (Vertebrata), vol. 8:150.

Hesperornithiformes, vol. 8:425.

Ichthyornithiformes, vol. 9:9.


Muscle (anatomy), vol. 11:446-447.

Neognathae, vol. 11:578.

Phylogeny, vol. 13:453-455.

Ratites, vol. 15:199.

Taxon, vol. 18:137.

Taxonomic Cagtegories, vol. 18:137.

Vertebrata, vol. 19:201-202.

Zoological Nomenclature, vol. 19:640-641

MacGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology.  6th Edition,  McGraw, Hill, New York, 20 volumes.

 

142.       1988.     Introduction to the symposium: "Questions, explanations, models and tests in morphology:  The interaction between hypotheses and empirical observations.  Amer. Zool., 28:185-187.  (w/ D. Homberger).

 

143.       1988.     The nature of explanations in morphology.  Amer. Zool., 28:205-215.

 

144.       1988.     Haunt me no longer. (Commentary on the nature of biological species taxa.)  Biology and Philosophy, 4:443-454; 472-474.

(w/ Arthur Caplan).

 

145.       1989.     Review of B.H. Weber, D.J. Depew, & J.D. Smith, eds. "Entropy, Information, and Evolution.  New Perspectives on Physical and Biological Evolution."  Quart. Rev. Biology, 64(1):68.

 

146.       1989.     Review of Peter Ax "The Phylogenetic System.  The Systematization of Organisms on the Basis of their Phylogenesis."  Quart. Rev. Biology, 64(1):69.

 

147.       1989.     Comments on the proposed conservation of the spelling Semioptera wallacii Gray, 1859 (Aves, Paradisaeidae).  Bull. Zool. Nom., 46(1):49-50. (w/ Mary LeCroy).

 

148.       1989.     Report of the Standing Committee on Ornithological Nomenclature.  In, H. Ouellet, ed., Proc. XIX International Ornithological Congress, Nat. Mus. Natural Sciences, Ottawa, Canada, Pp. 62-68.

 

149.       1989.     Comparative avian morphology:  Its past and present status.  In, H. Ouellet, ed., Proc. XIX International Ornithological Congress, Nat. Mus. Nat. Sci., Ottawa, Canada, Pp. 2410-2417.

 

150.       1989.     From Biologische Anatomie to ecomorphology.  Ann. Soc. Royale Zool. Belg., 119 (Suppl. 1):9-10. Abstract.

 

151.       1989.     Principles of biological comparisons.  Acta Morphol. Neerl.- Scand., vol. 26:17-32.

 

152.       1989.     Introduction to the symposium: "Is the organism necessary".  Amer. Zool., 29:1057-1060.  (w/ Louise Kraemer).

 

153.       1989.     Organisms as functional machines: A connectivity explanation.  Amer Zool., 29:1119-1132.

 

154.       1989.     Review of B. Rensch "Probleme genereller Determiniertheit allen Geschehens."  Quart. Rev. Biology, 64(3):334.


155.       1989.     The homology concept: Its philosophical foundation and practical methodology.  Zoologische Beiträge, N.F. 32:327-353.

 

156.       1989.     A unique muscular articulation in the lingual apparatus of some palaeognathous birds.  Amer. Zool., 29:92A.

 

157.       1990.     The evolutionary and biogeographical history of the palaeognathous birds. Pp. 31-36. In, R. van den Elzen, K.-L. Schuchmann & K. Schmidt-Koenig, eds.,  "Current Topics in Avian Biology."  Proceedings of the International Centennial Meeting of the Deutsche Ornithologen Gesellschaft, Bonn, 1988. (w/ Paul Bühler).

 

158.       1990.     Species -- a commentary.  Pp. 53-58. In, M. Hecht, ed., Evolution at the crossroads. A symposium at Queens College.  Flushing, NY, Queens College Press

 

159.       1990.     Special Review: J.L. Peters' "Check-list of Birds of the World."  and a History of Avian Check-lists. Auk, 107:629-639.

 

160.       1990.     Review of "Kennzeichen und Mauser europäischer Singvögel, 4. Teil Cistensänger, Seidensänger, Schwirle, Rohrsänger (Cisticola, Cettia, Locustella, Acrophalus)."  Quart. Rev. Biology, 65:90.

 

161.       1990.     From Biologische Anatomie to Ecomorphology. Proc. 3rd International Congr. Vertebrate Morphology, Netherl. Jour. Zool., 40:254-277.

 

162.       1990.     Biology of the avian feeding system -- Symposium introduction.  Abstract Volume, XX International Ornithological Congress, 1990. (w/ Paul Bühler).

 

163.       1990.     Unique adaptations of the occiput and cervical vertebrae of the hornbills (Aves: Bucerotidae).  Abstract Volume, XX International Ornithological Congress, 1990., p. 458. (w/ Allison Andors).

 

164.       1990.     Open meeting of the Standing Committee on Ornithological Nomenclature. Abstract Volume, XX International Ornithological Congress, 1990., p. 113.

 

165.       1990.     Review of "Die Hohltaube."  Quart. Rev. Biology, 65:515-516.

 

166.       1990.     Comments on the family-name for the storm petrels (Aves). (Case 2024; see BZN 42:398-400; 44:44-45; 45:221-222).  Bull. Zool. Nom. 48(2):158-160.

 

167.       1991.     Evolutionary theory and systematics:  Relationships between process and patterns.  Zeitschrift zool. Syst. Evolut-forsch. 29:1-39. (w/ Fred Szalay).

 

168.       1991.     Explanations in Konstruktionsmorphologie and evolutionary morphology.  Pp. 9 - 29.  In, N. Schmidt-Kitter & K. Vogel, ed. Constructional morphology and evolution.  Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg.

 

169.       1991.     Classifying Birds. Pp. 19-22. In, Forshaw, J. ed.,  Encyclopedia of Birds.  Smithmark, New York, 240 pp.

 

170.       1991.     Comments on the proposed conservation of the specific name of Coccyzus euleri Cabanis, 1873 (Aves, Cuculiformes). (Case 2727; see BZN 47:195-197).  Bull. Zool. Nom., 48:156.


171.       1991.     Comments on the proposed conservation of Phororhacos Ameghino, 1889 (Aves, Gruiformes). (Case 2723; see BZN 47:198-201).  Bull. Zool. Nom., 48:157-158.

 

172.       1991.     Report of the Standing Committee on Ornithological Nomenclature.  Pp. 84-86.  In, Ben Bell, ed., Proc. XX International Ornithological Congress, 1990, Christchurch, NZ, Ornithological Congress Trust Board.

 

173.       1991.     Levels of complexity and organismal organization.  In, G. Lanzavecchia and R. Valvassori, Eds., "Form and Function", Selected Symposia and Monographs U.Z.I., 5:181-212; Mucchi, Modena, Italy.

 

174.       1991.     Concepts and methods in ecomorphology.  Abstract volume.  International Symposium on Environmental & Hormonal Approaches to Ornithology, 27 November - 1 December 1991, Garwhal University, Srinagar, Garwhal.

 

175.       1992.     Animal, vol. 1:586-587;

Aminal Systematics, vol. 1:608-611;

Anseriformes, vol. 1:633-634;

Aorta, vol. 1:704-705;

Apodiformes, vol, 2:12-13;

Archaeornithes, vol, 2:56-7;

Archaeopterygiformes,

Artery, vol. 2:104-105;

Aves, vol. 2:332-336;

Breast, vol. 3:45-46;

Caprimulgiformes, vol. 3:205;

Charadriiformes, vol. 3:474-475;

Chordata, vol. 3:589-591;

Ciconiiformes, vol. 3:627-628;

Coliiformes, vol. 4:143;

Columbiformes, vol. 4:159-160;

Coraciiformes, vol. 4:424-425;

Countercurrent Exchange (Biology), vol. 4:448-449;

Cuculiformes, vol. 4:616;

Falconiformes, vol. 7:11;

Galliformes, vol. 7:545-546;

Gastornithiformes, vol. 7:620-621;

Gnathostomata, vol. 8:148;

Gruiformes, vol. 8:246-247;

Hesperornithiformes, vol. 8:419;

Ichthornithiformes, vol. 9:9;

Muscle (Anatomy), vol. 11:493-494;

Neognathae, vol. 11:623;

Neornithes, vol. 11:629;

Odontognathae, vol. 12:304;

Opisthocomiformes, vol. 12:406;

Passeriformes, vol. 13:169-171;

Pelecaniformes, vol. 13:202-203;

Piciformes, vol. 13:528-529;

Procellariiformes, vol. 14:369-370;

Psittaciformes, vol. 14:479;

Sphenisciformes, vol. 17:251;

Strigiformes, vol. 17:503;


Struthioniformes,  vol. 17:533-534;

Trogoniformes, vol. 18:573;

Vertebrata, vol. 19:205-206;

Type Method, vol. 18:645-646;

Zoological Nomenclature, vol. 19:641-643.

MacGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology.  7th Edition,  MacGraw, Hill, New York, 20 volumes.

 

176.       1992.     Procellaria gigantea Gmelin, [1789] (currently Macronectes giganteus; Aves, Procellariiformes): proposed conservation of usage of the specific name by designation of a neotype.  Case. 2784.  Bull. Zool. Nom. 49(2):140-143. (W/ J.-F. Voisin and others).

 

177.       1992.     Vertebrate.  Encyclopedia Americana.  p. 50.

 

178.       1992.     The species concept in theory and practice.  Japanese Journ. Zool. 9:697-712.

 

179.       1992.     Status and future activities of the Standing Committee on Ornithological Nomenclature, IOC.  Bull. Brit. Ornith. Club, 112 (Centenary Suppl.):3-10.

 

180.       1992.     Methodology in avian macrosystematics.  Bull. Brit. Ornith. Club, 112 (Centenary Suppl.):53-72.

 

181.       1992.     Accessory occipital condyle in the Hornbills (Aves: Bucerotidae).  Zool. Jb. Anat., 122:161-166. (w/ Allison Andors).

 

182.       1992.     Review of "The Birds of Japan."  Quart Rev. Biol., 67:217-218.

 

183.       1992.     In Memorium: Hans Edmund Wolters  1915 - 1991.  Auk, 109:907-908. (w/ Karl-L Schuchmann)

 

184.       1993.     Selection and fitness; definitions and uses; 1859 and now.  Proc. Zool. Soc. Calcutta, Haldane Comm. Vol., pp. 7-26.

 

185.       1994.     Provisional classifications versus standard avian sequences: Heuristics and communication in ornithology.  Ibis, 136:12-18. (w/ E. Mayr)

 

186.       1994.     Proposed International Conference in India.  Newsletter for Birdwatchers, 34(1):19.

 

187.       1994.     Ernst Mayr, naturalist: His contributions to systematics and evolution.  Biology and Philosophy, 9:267-327.

 

188.       1994.     History and nomenclatural of avian family-group names. Bulletin American Museum of Natural History,  222:1-281.

 

189.       1994.     Case 2856. Psittacus banksii Latham, 1790 and P. lathami Temminck, 1807 (currently Calyptorhynchus banksii and C. lathami; Aves, Psittaciformes): proposed conservation of the specific names.  Bull. Zool. Nom., 51 (3):253-255.  (w/ Richard Schodde, senior author).

 

190.       1994.     Evolution of feathers and flight in birds.  [Abstract, 21th Internat. Ornith. Cong.]  Journ. f. Ornith., 135:329.  (w/ P. Bühler).

 


191.       1994.     Dittami, J., W.J. Bock, M. Taborshy, R. van den Elzen, and E. Vogel-Millesi, eds., Research notes on avian biology 1994.  Selected contributions from the 21st International rnithological Congress.  Journ. f. Ornith.

 

192.       1994.     Concepts and methods in ecomorphology.  Journ of Biosciences, 19:403 - 413.

 

193.       1994.     Preface.  Environmental and hormonal approaches to ornithology.  Journ of Biosciences 19:353,; And Guest Editor, Journ of Biosciences, 19(4):353-509.  (w/Asha Chandola-Saklani, senior editor).

 

194.       1994.     Theoretische und praktische Aspecte der phylogenetischen Analyse. [Theoretical and practical aspects of phylogenetic analysis.]  Pp. 249 - 267.  In, W.F. Gutmann, D. Mollenhauer & S.S. Peters, eds.  Morphologie & Evolution.  Symposien zum 175jährigen Jubiläum der Senckenbergischen Naturforschenden Gesellschaft.  Senckenberg-Buch 70, Frankfurt a M., Verlag Waldemar Kramer.

 

195.       1995.     Forward.  Pp. 13 - 15.  In J. del Hoyo, A. Elliott, and J. Sargatal, eds., Handbook of the birds of the world.  Vol. 2.  New World Vultures to Guineafowl.  Barcelona. Lynx Editions, 638 pp.

 

196.       1995.     Morphology, myology, collagen and DNA of a mummified Upland Moa, Megalaptrtyx didinus (Aves: Dinornithiformes) from New Zealand.  Tuhinga: Records of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, No. 4:1-26 (w/ P. Vickers-Rich, P. Trusler, M.J. Rowley, A. Cooper, G.K. Chambers, W.J. Bock, P.R. Milleneret, T.H. Worthy, and J.C. Taldwyn)

 

197.       1995.     Introduction to the symposium on "Origin and early evolution of birds."  Archaeopteryx, 13:3-4. (w/ P. Bühler).

 

198.       1995.     Origin of Birds:  Feathers, Flight and Homoiothermy.  Archaeopteryx, vol. 13:5-13. (w/ P. Bühler).

 

199.       1995.     Ernst Mayr -- 1994 Laureate of the International Prize for Biology.  Pp. 13 - 24.  In, Arai, R, M. Kato and Y. Doi, eds., Biodiversity and Evolution.  The National Science Museum Foundation, Tokyo.

 

200.       1995.     The species concept versus the species taxon:  Their roles in biodiversity analyses and conservation.  Pp. 47 - 72.  In, Arai, R, M. Kato and Y. Doi, eds., Biodiversity and Evolution.  The National Science Museum Foundation, Tokyo, x + 336 pp.

 

201.       1995.     Comments on the proposed conservation of Aptornis Owen, 1848 (Aves) [Case 2879, BZN 52(2): 170-174). Bull. Zool. Nom.  52:346-347.

 

202.       1995.     Erratum.  History and Nomenclature of Avian Family-group Names.  Bull. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. vol. 222: 1-3.

 

203.       1996.     [Official Report of the] XXI International Ornithological Congress [, 1994].  Ibis, 138:A129-146.

 

204.       1996.     Nomenclature of Cretaceous birds from Romania.  Cretaceous Research, 17:509-514.  (w/ P. Bühler).

 


205.       1996.     Review of: J. Matthis Starck, 199X.  Comparative anatomy of the External and Middle Ear of Palaeognathous Birds.  Advances in Anatomy, Embryology and Cell Biology, vol. 131, Pp. vii + 137. Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, Springer-Verlag. Ibis, 138 (2):358.

 

206.       1997.     Integrating levels of organization.  Review of:  Max Pettersson,  1996.  Complexity and Evolution.  Cambridge univ. Press, 143 pp, ISBN 0 - 521 - 45400-X.  Bioscience, 47:320-1.

 

207.       1997.     Review of:  Alan Feduccia, 1996. The origin and evolution of birds.  New Haven, Yale University Press. Auk, 114(3):531-543.

 

208.       1997.     Comments on the proposed conservation of usage of 15 mammalian specific names based on wild species which are antedated by or contemporary with those based on domesticated animals.  (Case 3010; see BZN 53:28-37, 125, 192-200, 286-288).  Bull Zool. Nom. 54(2):124-125.

 

209.       1997.     Review of: Nigg, B.M. & W. Herzog, eds., 199X.  Biomechanics of the Musculo-skeletal system.  John Wiley & Sons, Chichester and New York.  Zool. Anz., 235(3-4):270-272.

 

210.       1997.     A how-to-plan a convention guide.  Review of: August Epple,  1997. Organizing Scientific Meetings.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge,  184 pp.  Biosciences, 47(10):713-714.

 

211.       1997.     Generic and specific names of birds (Aves) conventionally accepted as published in the Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London and monographic works by John Gould and other contemporary zoologists: proposed conservation by suppression of all prior usages. Case 3044.  Bull. Zool. Nom. 54(3):1-11 (w/R. Schodde).

 

212.       1997.     Review of: Lynn K. Nyhart, 1995.  Biology takes form.  Animal morphology and the German universities, 1800 - 1900.   Chicago, The University of Chicago Press. Central European History, 30(2):319-321.

 

213.       1997.     Review of: Ute Deichmann, 1996.  Biologists under Hitler. (translated by Thomas Dunlap). Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press.  Central European History, 30(2):322-324.

 

214.       1998.     Review of: Ernst Mayr, 1997. This is Biology.  The Science of the Living World.  The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA, 327 pp.  Amer. Sci.  86:186-187.

 

215.       1998.     Review of: Chatterjee, S., 1997.  The Rise of Birds.  225 Million Years of Evolution.  The Johns Hopkins University Press.  Baltimore,  Maryland. xvi + 312 pp., numerous text figures. ISBN 0-8018-5615-9.  The Auk, vol. 115:808-809.

 

216.       1998.     Adaptation and the form-function complex.  In:  Allen, C., M. Bekoff & G. Lauder, eds, Nature's Purposes.  Analyses of function and design in biology.  MIT Press, Cambridge, MA.  [from Evolution, 19:269-299; # 35] (w/G. v. Wahlert).

 


217.       1998.     Signaling, handicaps and evolution.  Review of: Amotz and Avishag Zahavi, 1997.  The Handicap Principle.  A Missing Piece of Darwin's Puzzle.  Oxford University Press, New York and Oxford, xvi + 286 pp. Bioscience, 48:644-646.

 

218.       1998.     Functional and evolutionary morphology of woodpeckers.  The Ostrich, 69:2. Abstract.

 

219.       1998.     Classifying birds.  Pp. 19 - 22.  In Forshaw, J. ed.,  Encyclopedia of Birds.  Second Edition, Academic Press, San Diego, 240 pp.

 

220.       1998.     Memorandum on the proposals to validate Cacatua.  [Case Number Z.N.(S.) 1647].  Bull. Zool. Nom., 55:159-164.  (w/ Richard Schodde).

 

221.       1998.     Comments on the proposed suppression of all prior usages of generic and specific names of birds (Aves) by John Gould and others conventionally accepted as published in the Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London. [Case 3044; see BZN 54:172-182].  Bull. Zool. Nom., 55:181-185. (W/Richard Schodde).

 

222.       1998.     Evolution of avian feathers.  Amer. Zool. 38:73A.

 

223.       1999.     Functional and evolutionary explanations in morphology.  Netherlands Journ. Zool. 49(1):45-65.

 

224.       1999.     Review of: Barrow, Mark V., Jr.,  A Passion for Birds.  American Ornithology after Audubon.  Wilson Bull. 111(1):152-153

 

225.       1999.     Review of: Lowell Dingus and Timothy Rowe, The Mistaken Extinction.  Dinosaur Evolution and the Origin of Birds.  The Auk, 116: 566-567.

 

226.       1999.     Review of: Paul Lawrence Farber, Discovering Birds. The emergence of Ornithology as a Scientific Discipline: 1760 - 1850, Baltimore, MD/London: Johns Hopkins U Press, 1997, xxiii + 191 pp. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences. 20:69-71.

 

227.       1999.     Functional and evolutionary morphology of woodpeckers.  Proc. XII International Ornithological Congress, Ostrich, 70(1)23-31.

 

228.       1999.     Report of the Secretary, 22nd International Ornithological Congress, Durban.

 

229.       1999.     Standing Committee on Ornithological Nomenclature, 22nd International Ornithological Congress, Durban.

 

230.       1999.     Standing Committee on Vernacular Names, 22nd International Ornithological Congress, Durban.

 

231.       1999.     Review of: Jürgen Haffer, Ornithologen-Briefe des 20 Jahrhunderts. "We must lead the way on new paths" The work and correspondence of HARTERT, STRESEMANN, ERNST MAYR -- international ornithologists.  The Auk, 116:861-863.

 

232.       1999.     Review of: Mark Beaman and Steve Madge, The Handbook of Bird Identification for Europe and the Western Palearctic.  Princeton University Press, Princeton NJ, 868 pp.  Quart. Rev. Biol., 74(3):356.

 


233.       1999.     Avian cranial kinesis revisited.  The Ring, 21(1):47.

 

234.       1999.     Cranial kinesis revisited.  Zool. Anz. 238:27-39.

 

235.       1999.     Comments on the proposed suppression of all prior usages of generic and specific names of birds (Aves) by John Gould and others conventionally accepted as published in the Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London. [Case 3044; see BZN 54:172-182; 55: 176-185].  Bull. Zool. Nom., 56(4):279-280. [w./ Richard Schodde]

 

236.       1999.     Introduction to the symposium in memory of Paul Bühler.  Acta Ornithol. 34(2): 114.

 

237.       1999.     Avian cranial kinesis revisited.  Acta Ornithol. 34(2):115-122.

 

238.       2000.     Explanations in a historical science.  Pp. 33 - 42.  In D.S. Peters & M. Weingarten, eds., Organisms, Genes and Evolution. Franz Steiner Verlag, Stuttgart.

 

239.       2000.     Review of R. Schodde and I.J. Mason. The Directory of Australian Birds.  Passeriformes.  A Taxonomic and Zoogeographic Atlas of the Biodiversity of Birds in Australia and its Territories. 1999. CSIRO Publishing, Canberra, Australia, x + 851pp. Auk, 117(3):841-842.

 

240.       2000.     Evolution of avian cranial kinesis.  Vertebrata PalAsiatica, 38 (Suppl):2 (Abstract).                                                                       

 

241.       2000.     Heuristics in systematics.  Proc. 9th Pan African Ornithological Congress. Ostrich 71 (1-2):41-44

 

242.       2000.     Review of Alan Feduccia, The Origin and Evolution of Birds. 1999. Yale Univ Press. New Haven, CT, Second Edition, x + 466 pp. Auk, 117(4):1084-1085.

 

243.       2000.     Towards a new metaphysics: the need for an enlarged philosophy of science. Biology and Philosophy, 15:603-621.

 

244.       2000.     Explanatory History of the Origin of Feathers.  Amererican Zoologist, 40(4):478-485.

 

245.       2001.     Functional Morphology of the Woodpecker Feeding Apparatus.  Pp. 295-313. In Dutta, H.M. and J.S. Dattaa Munshi, eds., Vertebrate Functional Morphology.  Horizon of Research in the 21st Century. science Publishers, Inc., Enfield (NH) and Plymouth, UK.

 

246.       2001.     Contributions of Central European Ornithology to World Ornithology.  Jour. f. Ornith. 142 Sonderheft 1:94-108.

 

247.       2001.     Review of Jürgen Haffer, Erich Rutschke and Klaus Wunderlich: Erwin Stresemann (1889 -- 1972) -- Leben und Werk eines Pioniers der wissenschaftlichen Ornithologie. 2000.  Acta Historica Leopoldina, Halle, Germany.  Number 34.  The Auk, 118(3):805-806.

 

248.       2002.     Unique anatomy of lagmorph calcaneus.  Acta Palaeontlogica Polonica., vol. 47 (1) 181-183.  (w/ Ann Beefeld)


249.       2002.     The role of the external environment in evolutionary theory. Pp. 63-80, In, Schmitt, M. (ed.) Synecology and Evolution ‑ Gerd von Wahlert's Approach to Evolutionary Biology. Bonner zoologische Monographien vol. 50. 216 pp., Zoologisches Forschungsinstitut und Museum Alexander Koenig, Bonn (2002).

 

250.       2002.     Zur Archaeopteryx-Nomenklatur: Missverstandnisen und Lösung.  Journ. f. Ornithol., 143(3):269-286. (w/ P. Bühler)

 

251.       2002.     The evolution of Avian Cranial Kinesis.  Pp. 191-201,  In, Zhonghe Zhou and Fucheng Zhang (eds)  Proceedings of the 5th Symposium of the Society of Avian Paleontology and Evolution, Beijing, 1‑4 June 2000, Beijing, Science Press.

 

252.       2002.     Ecological aspects of the evolutionary processes. Zoological Science, col. 19 (12):1402-3.  (Abstract).

 

253        2002.     Classifications and Other Ordering Systems. Zeitschrift zool. Syst. Evolut-forsch. 40 :1-25. (w/ E. Mayr)

 

254.       2003.     Ecological aspects of the evolutionary processes. Zoological Science 20:279-289.

 

255.        2003.         Memorial for Dean Amadon.  Ibis, 137:781.

 

256.        2004. Explanations in systematics. Pp. 49-56. In Williams, D.M. and Forey, P.L. (eds) Milestones in Systematics. London: Systematics Association Special Volume Series 67. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.

 

257.        2004. Affinities of Carpospiza bractydactyla (Passeriformes; Passeridae). Journ of Ornithology 145: 223-226.

 

258.        2004. Ernst Mayr at 100 –A life inside and outside of Ornithology.  The Auk, 121: 637-651.

 

259.        2004. Editorial.  Herzlichen Glueckwunsch, Ernst Mayr!  Journal for zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research, 42 :177.

 

260.        2004. Species: the concept, category and taxon.  Journal for Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research, 42 :178-190.

 

261.        2004. Presidential Address: Three centuries of international ornithology.  Proc. 23rd International Ornithological Congress. Acta Zoologica Sinica, 50(6): 779-855..

 

262.        2004. Editor.  Plenary lectures: Proc. 23rd International Ornithological Congress. Acta Zool. Sinica, vol. 50 (7) (w/ Richard Schodde).

 

263.        2005. Ernst Mayr zum Gedenken. 5 Juli 1904 - 3 Februar 2005.  Natur und Museum, 135: 145-146.

 

264.        2005.         Ernst Mayr, 5 July 1904 – 3 February 2005.  Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 62 (2): 59-60.

 

265.        2005. In Memoriam. Ernst Mayr,  5 July 1904 -- 3 February 2005.  Auk, 122: 1005-1007.


 

266.        2005. Ernst Mayr – teacher, mentor, friend.  Journal of Biosciences. 30 (4): 422 - 426

 

267.        2005. Editor (with M. Ross Lein) Ernst Mayr at 100.  Ornithological Monographs,58; vii+109 pp, including a DVD “A taped interview with Ernst Mayr

 

268.        2005. Introduction.  Ernst Mayr at 100.  Ornithological Monographs, 58:1 (with M. Ross Lien)

 

269.        2005. Ernst Mayr at 100 –A life inside and outside of Ornithology.  Ornithological Monographs, 58: 2-16..

 

270.        2005. In Memoriam. James L. Gulledge,  2 October 1932       5 June 2001.  Auk.  (Accepted)

 

271.         2006.        Introduction to Symposium 23. The biological species concept:  Application in pure and applied ornithology. Proc. 23rd International Ornithological Congress.  Acta Zoologica Sinica, 52: 414 (w/ Richard Schodde)

 

272.        2006. Species concepts versus species categories versus species taxa. Proc. 23rd International Ornithological Congress.  Acta Zoologica Sinica, 52:421-424.

 

273.        2007, Ernst Mayr, 1904 - 2005.  Bibliographic Monographs.  Royal Society of London.

 

274.        200X.         MacGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology.  8th  Edition,  MacGraw, Hill, New York, 20 volumes. Articles as follow:

 

Anseriformes, vol. 1:633-634;

Apodiformes, vol, 2:12-13;

Aves, vol. 2:332-336;

Caprimulgiformes, vol. 3:205;

Charadriiformes, vol. 3:474-475;

Chordata, vol. 3:589-591;

Ciconiiformes, vol. 3:627-628;

Coliiformes, vol. 4:143;

Columbiformes, vol. 4:159-160;

Coraciiformes, vol. 4:424-425;

Cuculiformes, vol. 4:616;

Falconiformes, vol. 7:11;

Galliformes, vol. 7:545-546;

Gruiformes, vol. 8:246-247;

Neognathae, vol. 11:623;

Neornithes, vol. 11:629;

Opisthocomiformes, vol. 12:406;

Passeriformes, vol. 13:169-171;

Pelecaniformes, vol. 13:202-203;

Piciformes, vol. 13:528-529;

Procellariiformes, vol. 14:369-370;

Psittaciformes, vol. 14:479;

Ratites, vol.                  

Sphenisciformes, vol. 17:251;

Strigiformes, vol. 17:503;

Struthioniformes, vol. 17:533-534;


Trogoniformes, vol. 18:573;

 

275.        200X. Explanations in Evolutionary Theory.  Quart. Rev. Biology.

 

276.        200X. The Role of the Furcula in the Evolution of Avian Flight.  Archaeopteryx.  (W/ S. Haung)

 

277.        200X. Stress, strength and relative size.  Nomological versus historical explanations.  American Naturalist

 

278.        200X. Origin versus existence of adaptive features.  Ecology of Birds, 25: 000-000.

 

279.        200X. Birds.  (submitted)

 

280.         

 

261.  200X. Proposed stability of the usage of Archaeopteryx lithographica von Meyer, 1861 by fixing the type specimen. Bull. Zool. Nom. (w/ P. Bühler)

 

264.  200X. Correction of entities of Leptosomatidae in The Official Lists and Indexes of Names and Works in Zoology. Bull. Zool. Nom.  (Submitted)

 

265.  200X. Resolution of the homonymy between Tylinae Dana, 1852 and Tylidae Oberholser, 1917. Bull. Zool. Nom. (Submitted)

 

266.  200X. Resolution of the homonymy of the family-group names Ixodidae Bonaparte, 1838 and Ixodidae C. L. Koch, 1844. Bull. Zool. Nom.  (Submitted) (w/ James E. Keirans)

 

267.  200X. Preference of Fringilla hispaniolensis Temminck, 1820 over Fringilla italiae Vieillot, 1817. Bull. Zool. Nom. (Submitted) (w/ J. Haffer) 

 

268.  200X. Multiple meanings of Species.  Proc. 23rd International Zoological Congress.