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M. F. Whiting, Carpenter, J. C., Wheeler, Q. D., Wheeler, W. C.1997The Strepsiptera problem: phylogeny of the holometabolous insect orders inferred from 18S and 28S ribosomal DNA sequences and morphology
J. D. Weckstein2004Biogeography explains cophylogenetic patterns in toucan chewing lice
F. Song, Li, H., Liu, G. - H., Wang, W., James, P. J., Colwell, D. D., Tran, A., Gong, S., Cai, W., Shao, R.2018Mitochondrial Genome Fragmentation Unites the Parasitic Lice of Eutherian Mammals
V. Stuart Smith2004Lousy Lists: Book review: The Chewing Lice: World Checklist and Biological Overview.
J. B. Slowinski1993"Unordered" versus "ordered" characters
D. Simberloff1987Calculating probabilities that cladograms match: a method of biogeographic inference
D. L. Quicke, Taylor, J., Purvis, A.2001Changing the landscape: a new strategy for estimating large phylogenies
S. L. Pereira, Johnson, K. P., Clayton, D. H., Baker, A. J.2007Mitochondrial and Nuclear DNA Sequences Support a Cretaceous Origin of Columbiformes and a Dispersal-Driven Radiation in the Paleogene
A. M. Paterson, Wallis, G. P., Wallis, L. J., Gray, R. D.2000Seabird and louse coevolution: complex histories revealed by 12S rRNA sequences and reconciliation analyses
A. M. Paterson, Palma, R. L., Gray, R. D.1999How frequently do avian lice miss the boat? Implications for coevolutionary studies
R. D. M. Page1993Genes, organisms, and areas: the problem of multiple lineages
R. D. M. Page1994Maps between trees and cladistic analysis of historical associations among genes, organisms and areas
R. D. M. Page1996Temporal congruence revisited: comparison of mitochondrial DNA sequence divergence in cospeciating pocket gophers and their chewing lice
J. E. Light, Hafner M. S.2008Codivergence in Heteromyid Rodents (Rodentia: Heteromyidae) and Their Sucking Lice of the Genus Fahrenholzia (Phthiraptera: Anoplura)
P. Legendre, Desdevises, Y., Bazin, E.2002A statistical test for host-parasite coevolution
K. P. Johnson, Clayton D. H.2004Untangling coevolutionary history
K. P. Johnson, Adams, R. J., Page, R. D. M., Clayton, D. H.2003When do parasites fail to speciate in response to host speciation?
J. Hughes, Kennedy, M., Johnson, K. P., Palma, R. L., Page, R. D. M.2007Multiple cophylogenetic analyses reveal frequent cospeciation between Pelecaniform birds and Pectinopygus lice
M. S. Hafner, Nadler S. A.1990Cospeciation in host-parasite assemblages: comparative analysis of rates of evolution and timing of cospeciation events
D. H. Clayton, Bush, S. E., Johnson, K. P.2004Ecology of Congruence: Past Meets Present
B. M. Boyd, Allen, J. M., Nguyen, N. -phuong, Sweet, A. D., Warnow, T., Shapiro, M. D., Villa, S. M., Bush, S. E., Clayton, D. H., Johnson, K. P.2017Phylogenomics using Target-restricted Assembly Resolves Intra-generic Relationships of Parasitic Lice (Phthiraptera: Columbicola)
J. M. Allen, Boyd, B. M., Nguyen, N. -phuong, Vachaspati, P., Warnow, T., Huang, D. I., Grady, P. G. S., Bell, K. C., Cronk, Q. C., Mugisha, L., Pittendrigh, B. R., Leonardi, M. Soledad, Reed, D. L., Johnson, K. P.2017Phylogenomics from Whole Genome Sequences Using aTRAM
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