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Zoological Journal

The Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society publishes original papers on systematic and evolutionary zoology. Including comparative, functional and other studies where relevant and studies of extinct as well as living animals.

Edited by Dr Peter J Hayward

September 2014: Volume 172, Issue 1, Pages 1-229

  • Why does the Tricommatinae position bounce so much within Laniatores? A cladistic analysis, with description of a new family of Gonyleptoidea (Opiliones, Laniatores)

Adriano B Kury

  • Trigonotarbus johnsoni Pocock, 1911, revealed by X-ray computed tomography, with a cladistic analysis of the extinct trigonotarbid arachnids

Fiona M Jones, Jason A Dunlop, Matt Friedman and Russell J Garwood

  • New insights into tateid gastropods and their radiation on Fiji based on anatomical and molecular methods (Caenogastropoda: Truncatelloidea)

Susan Zielske and Martin Haase

  • The role of mitochondrial introgression in illuminating the evolutionary history of Nearctic treefrogs

Robert W Bryson Jr, Brian Tilston Smith, Adrian Nieto-Montes de Orca, Uri Omar Garcia-Vazquez and Brett R Riddle

  • Anatomy, histology, and systematic implications of the head ornamentation in the males of four species of Limnonectes (Anura: Dicroglossidae)

Markus Lambertz, Timo Hartmann, Shannon Walsh, Peter Geissler and David S McLeod

  • The Mexican amber anole, Anolis electrum, within a phylogenetic context: implications for the origins of Caribbean anoles

Maria del Rosario Castaneda, Emma Sherratt and Jonathan B Losos

  • Phylogenetic interrelationships of living and extinct Tinamidae, volant palaeognathous birds from the New World

Sara Bertelli, Luis M Chiappe and Gerald Mayr

  • An extinct nestorid parrot (Aves, Psittaciformes, Nestoridae) from the Chatham Islands, New Zealand

Jamie R Wood, Kieren J Mitchell, R Paul Scofield, Alan J D Tennyson, Andrew E Fidler, Janet M Wilmshurst, Bastien Llamas and Alan Cooper

  • Colonization of the Southern Hemisphere by fur seals and sea lions (Carnivora: Otariidae) revealed by combined evidence phylogenetic and Bayesian biogeographical analysis

Morgan Churchill, Robert W Boessenecker and Mark T Clementz

  • Corrigendum combined phylogenetic analysis of a new North American fossil species confirms widespread Eocene distribution for stem rollers (Aves, Coracii)

Julia A Clarke, Daniel T Ksepka, N Adam Smith and Mark A Norell

This article corrects:

  • Combined phylogenetic analysis of a new North American fossil species confirms widespread Eocene distribution for stem rolllers (Aves, Coracii)