To: All Msg #129, May2193 01:22PM Subject: Re: speciation list? In article firstname.lastname@example.org c
From: Brett J. Vickers
To: All Msg #129, May-21-93 01:22PM
Subject: Re: speciation list?
Organization: University of California, Irvine
From: email@example.com (Brett J. Vickers)
Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org (Brett J. Vickers)
In article <email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Chris Colby) writes:
>Brett, do you have references for the fish and rats (I know of
>several new plant species)?
I do not currently have references to cite for the speciation of fish,
however I have a couple for the case of rats. Genus _Rattus_
currently consists of 137 species [1,2] and is known to have
originally developed in Indonesia and Malaysia during and prior to the
Middle Ages . ( is the only source I have consulted.)
 T. Yosida. Cytogenetics of the Black Rat. University Park
Press, Baltimore, 1980.
 D. Morris. The Mammals. Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1965.
 G. H. H. Tate. "Some Muridae of the Indo-Australian region,"
Bull. Amer. Museum Nat. Hist. 72: 501-728, 1963.
>Has anyone compiled a list of observed speciations? I list
>a couple in my FAQ, but I know that more extensive lists
>have been posted.
Supposedly, someone was going to be working on one over the summer. I
can't remember who it was that volunteered for this task, though.
Brett J. Vickers Only a fool plays leapfrog with
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