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RECENT AND FORTHCOMING ARTICLES

Moore, B. R., and D. A. McLennan. 2000. Did frugivory promote species diversity in phyllostomid bats? (Chiroptera: Phyllostomidae). Journal of Comparative Biology. 35pp. (in press).

Moore, B. R., K. Chan, D. A. McLennan, and, D. R. Brooks. 2000. Herbivory as a key innovation in the evolution of modern terrestrial amniotes. In (Hans-Dieter Sues, ed.) Evolution of Herbivory in Terrestrial Vertebrates. Cambridge University Press, New York. 141 pp. (in press).

Chan, K., and B. R. Moore. 1999. Accounting for mode of speciation increases power and realism of tests of phylogenetic asymmetry. American Naturalist 153:332-346.

Moore, B. R., Reisz, R. R., and S. P. Modesto. (submitted). Herbivory and the early diversification of amniotes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 23 pp.

Moore, B. R., and K. Chan. 2000. What is the shape of a true tree? A reconsideration of null models of tree shape, phylogenetic accuracy, and cladogram probabilities. Systematic Biology. 25 pp. (submitted)

Chan, K., and B. R. Moore. 2000. A whole-tree approach for detecting differential diversification rates. American Naturalist. 22 pages (submitted)

Moore, B. R., and K. Chan. 2000. How should key innovation hypotheses be formulated, and why does it matter? 25pp.

Moore, B. R., and K. Chan. (in prep.). A proposed method for increasing the power and rigor of replicated tests of key innovation hypotheses. 41 pp.

Moore, B. R. (in prep.) History and the meaning of adaptive radiation. 49 pp.

Chan, K., and B. R. Moore. (in prep.). SYMETREE: phylogenetic analysis of differential diversification rates. Computer Applications in the Biosciences. 18 pp.

Moore, B. R., F. Marques, and A. Choudhury. (in prep.) Non-independence of parasite data in the inference of host phylogeny and biogeography. 29 pp.

Moore, B. R., and K. Chan. (in prep.). Phase discrimination in adaptive radiation: a proposed comparative phylogenetic approach. 27 pp.

CONTRIBUTED PAPERS/ABSTRACTS

Moore, B. R., and D. R. Brooks. 1995. A comparative analysis of herbivory and amniote diversification in Recent terrestrial ecosystems. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology Volume 15 (Suppl. to 3) pp. 45.

Moore, B. R., D. R. Brooks, D. A. McLennan, and R. R. Reisz. 1996. Patterns of generic diversity in Cenozoic terrestrial amniote folivores: Towards an historical basis for conservation. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology Volume 16 (Suppl. to 3) pp.54

Moore, B. R., and D. R. Brooks. 1996. A comparative analysis of herbivory and amniote diversification in modern terrestrial ecosystems. Sixth North American Paleontological Convention J. E. Repteski, Ed. (The Paleontological Society Special Publication no. 8, Washington, D. C., 1996) pp. 280.

Reisz, R. R., and B. R. Moore. 1996. Exploring the "egg/plant" question: What best explains the patterns of amniote diversification? Sixth North American Paleontological Convention J. E. Repteski, Ed. (The Paleontological Society Special Publication no. 8, Washington, D. C., 1996) pp. 322.

Reisz, R. R., B. R. Moore, and S. P. Modesto. 1996. The origin of the cleidoic egg: Does it explain the early proliferation Amniotes? Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. Volume 16 (Suppl. to 3) p.59.

Moore, B. R., and D. R. Brooks. 1997. Externalist and internalist perspectives on patterns of diversification in terrestrial amniote herbivores. Proceedings of the ISHPSSB Seattle Conference.

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