More panbiogeographic papers

John Grehan jrg13 at PSU.EDU
Wed Nov 1 22:29:43 CST 2000

The following two papers illustrate track and node patterns for the 
respective taxa.

S. Menu-Marque, J. J. Morrone, C. Locascio de Mitrovich. 2000. Distribution 
patterns of the South American species of Boeckella (Copepoda: 
Centropagidae): a track analysis. Journal of Crustacean Biology 20: 262-272.

Morrone, J. J., and L. A. Pereira. 1999. On the geographical distribution 
of the Neotropical and Andean species of Schendylops (Chilopoda: 
Geophilomorpha: Schendylidae). Rev. Soc. Entomol. Argent. 58: 165-171.

The next two papers present reviews of the biogeographic atlas concept 
promoting the combination of panbiogeographic and cladistic area analyses.

Morrone, J. J. 1998. Biodiversidad en el espacio: La importancia de los 
atlas biogeográficos. Physis Secc. C, 56: 47-48.

Morrone, J. J. 2000. La importancia de los atlas biogeograficos para la 
conservacion de la biodiversidad. Hacia un proyecto CYTED para el 
inventario y estimación en Iberoamérica: Pribes 2000 1: 69-77,

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