Evolution and the recognition concept of species collected writings

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Hugh E. H. Paterson's ideas on species and speciation--the process of evolutionary "branching" by which new species are formed--have become increasingly important to an understanding of evolution. Over the last 35 years Paterson has presented his research in a variety of scientific journals published around the world, many of which are not easily available in North America. Edited by Shane McEvey, Evolution and the Recognition Concept of Species brings together for the first time all of Paterson's work on species and ...

Evolution and the Recognition Concept of Species: Collected Writings 1993, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

ISBN-13: 9780801844096

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