Evolutionary Patterns: Growth, Form, and Tempo in the Fossil Record
This text demonstrates the rich variety of clues to evolution that can be gleaned from the fossil record. Contributors explore modes of development, the tempo of speciation and extinction, and macroevolutionary patterns and trends.
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Growth by Intussusception in Hydractiniid Hydroids
Parts and Integration Consequences of Hierarchy
Refuges Revisited Enemies versus Flow and Feeding as Determinants of Sessile Animal Distribution and Form
Recognition of Species and the Tempo of Speciation and Extinction
Recognizing Coral Species Present and Past
Geologically Sudden Extinction of Two Widespread Late Pleistocene Caribbean Reef Corals
Linking Macroevolutionary Pattern and Developmental Process in Marginellid Gastropods
The Interrelationship of Speciation and Punctuated Equilibrium
On the Ends of the Taxon Range Problem
Evolutionary Rates and the Age Distributions of Living and Extinct Taxa
Contrasting Patterns in Rare and Abundant Species During Evolutionary Turnover
Macroevolutionary Patterns and Trends
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