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This volume offers a state-of-the-art overview of plethodontid salamanders. Readers will find the best current understanding of many aspects of the evolution, systematics, development, morphology, life history, ecology, and field methodology of these animals.

Produktbeschreibung
This volume offers a state-of-the-art overview of plethodontid salamanders. Readers will find the best current understanding of many aspects of the evolution, systematics, development, morphology, life history, ecology, and field methodology of these animals.

  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer / Springer, Berlin
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 978-1-4613-6910-3
  • Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2000
  • Seitenzahl: 504
  • Erscheinungstermin: 17. Oktober 2012
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 254mm x 178mm x 26mm
  • Gewicht: 938g
  • ISBN-13: 9781461369103
  • ISBN-10: 146136910X
  • Artikelnr.: 37476629
Inhaltsangabe
Symposium in Honor of Professor Richard Highton. 1. Points of View on Defining and Naming Species of Plethodontid Salamanders: A Symposium in Honor of Professor Richard Highton; R.G. Jaeger. 2. Species; D. Frost. 3. Geographic Protein Variation and Speciation in Salamanders of the Plethodon jordani and Plethodon glutinosus complexes in the Southern Appalachian Mountains with the Description of Four New Species; R. Highton, R.B. Peabody. 4. Detecting Species Borders Using Diverse Data Sets: Examples from Plethodontid Salamanders in California; D.B. Wake, E.L. Jockusch. 5. The Systematics of Desmognathus imitator; S.G. Tilley. 6. Species Boundaries and Species Diversity in the Central Texas Hemidactyliine Plethodontid Salamanders, Genus Eurycea; P.T. Chippindale. 7. Systematics at the Turn of a Century; S.J. Arnold. Evolutionary and Comparative Biology of Plethodontids. 8. Ethological Isolation and Variation in Allozymes and Dorsolateral Pattern between Parapatric Forms in the Desmognathus ochrophaeus Complex; L.S. Mead, S.G. Tilley. 9. Phylogenetic Relationships within the Lowland Tropical Salamanders of the Bolitoglossa mexicana Complex (Amphibia: Plethodontidae); M. García-París, et al. 10. Detecting Cryptic Species Using Allozyme Data; R. Highton. 11. Sexual Size Dimorphism in the Plethodontidae; R.C. Bruce. 12. Skull Development in Two Plethodontid Salamanders (Genus Desmognathus) with Different Life Histories; S.B. Marks. 13. Egg Recognition Cues and Maternal Behavior inDesmognathus ocoee; B.S. Masters, D.C. Forester. 14. Southeastern U.S. Coastal Plain Habitats of the Plethodontidae: The Importance of Relief, Ravines, and Seepage; D. Bruce Means. 15. Life History Evolution and Adaptive Radiation of Hemidactyliine Salamanders; T.J. Ryan, R.C. Bruce. 16. Population Cytogenetics of the Plethodontid Salamander Eurycea wilderae; S.K. Sessions, J.L. Wiktorowski. 17. Sperm Storage in Female Plethodontids with Especial Reference to the Desmognathinae; D.M. Sever. 18. The Courtship of Plethodontid Salamanders: Form, Function, and Phylogeny; P. Verrell, M. Mabry. Behavioral Ecology of Small Plethodon. 19. Divergence of Trophic Morphology and Resource Use among Populations of Plethodon cinereus and P. hoffmani in Pennsylvania: A Possible Case of Character Displacement; D.C. Adams. 20. Environmental Variation and Territorial Behavior in a Terrestrial Salamander; J.C. Maerz, D.M. Madison. 21. Contributions to the Life History of the Redback Salamander, Plethodon cinereus: Preliminary Evidence for Kin Recognition; D.C. Forester, C.L. Anders. 22. Alternative Life Styles in a Terrestrial Salamander: Do Females Preferentially Associate with Each Other; M.E. Peterson, et al. 23. Pheromonal Attractions to Particular Males by Female Redback Salamanders (Plethodon cinereus); J.R. Gillette, et al. 24. A Model of Alternative Mating Strategies in the Redback Salamander, Plethodon cinereus; R.G. Jaeger, et al. 25. Cutaneous Microbial Flora and Antibiosis in Plethodon ventralis: Infer
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`It is strong in data presentation and is a great resource to a wealth of references to past work in this area. An essential library book as well as reference book for researchers.' Southern Naturalist, 1:1 (2202)