Chapter 10 fossil species as data a perspective from echinoderms w i ausich chapter 11 species and the fossil record of fishes w e bemis chapter 12 invasive species and speciation a l stigall chapter 13 fossil species lineages and their defining traits taxonomic usefulness and evolutionary modes. In species and speciation in the fossil record experts in the field examine how they conceive of . Species and speciation in the fossil record warren d allmon and margaret m yacobucci abstract the nature and concept of species are central to paleontology yet the resurgence of interest in species in evolutionary biology over the past few decades has had surprisingly little impact on how paleontologists think about species indeed . In species and speciation in the fossil record experts in the field examine how they conceive of species of fossil animals and consider the implications these different approaches have for thinking about species in the context of macroevolution
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