From: John Wilkins (email@example.com)
Date: Wed 11 May 2005 - 22:22:23 GMT
Wheeler and Meier is the best general introduction to the debate
[caveat - the positions presented as "phylogenetic" are not al phylogenetic]. But I would recommend this piece and the book it comes in if you can locate it:
Mayden, R. L. 1997. A hierarchy of species concepts: the denoument in
the saga of the species problem. In Species: The units of diversity,
edited by M. F. Claridge, H. A. Dawah and M. R. Wilson. London:
Chapman and Hall.
On 11/05/2005, at 11:27 PM, Kate Distin wrote:
> An appeal for advice, please: I'm wanting to learn more about
> species concepts and don't know where to start. I've found
> reference to a book called "species concepts and phylogenetic
> theory: a debate" edited by Wheeler & Meier. Would that be a good
> place to start or could someone suggest something better, either
> online or in a book?
> Thank you!
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