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Sample Citations for the Literature Cited Section

Book

VILLA, J. D. 1972. Anfibios de Nicaragua: Introducción a su sistemática, vida y costumbres. Managua, Nicaragua: Instituto Geográfico Nacional & Banco Central de Nicaragua.

Article in a Book

VAILLANT, M. L. 1882. Reptiles et Batraciens, pp 1-10. In G. Révoil ed. Mission dans le pays Comalis, Faune et Flore. Faune et Flore des Pays Comalis, Afrique Oriental. Paris, Challamel Ainé Éditeur.

Journal Article

BROADLEY, D. G., AND V. WALLACH. 1996. A remarkable new worm snake (Serpentes: Leptotyphlopidae) from the East African coast. Copeia 1996: 162–166.

Proceedings

SAVAGE, J. M. 1950. Two new blind snakes (genus Typhlops) from the Philippine Islands. Proceedings of the California Zoological Club 1: 49–54.

Dissertation or Thesis

Wagner, P. 2010. Diversity and distribution of African lizards. Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis. Bonn, Germany, University of Bonn.

Volume from a Book Series

SARASIN, P., AND F. SARASIN. 1887-1890. Ergebnisse naturwissenschaftlicher forschungen auf Ceylon in den Jahren 1884-1886. Vol. 2. Zur Entwicklungsgeschichte und Anatomie der Ceylonesischen blindwühle Ichthyophis glutinosus, L. Wiesbaden, Germany: C.W. Kreidel's Verlag. 252 pp.

Webpage

AmphibiaWeb [amphibian biology and conservation web application]. Berkeley, California: University of California, Berkeley; c.2000-2006 [cited 5 January 2007]. Available from: http://amphibiaweb.org/.

Appendices

MAYNARD, C.J. 1913a [January]. Descriptions of some species of the family Cerionidae. Records of Walks and Talks with Nature, 5 (Appendix): 117-182.

Text Figures, Plates, and Maps

MAYNARD, C.J. 1919a [October 16]. Contributions to the history of the Cerionidae with descriptions of many new species and notes on evolution in birds and plants. Records of Walks and Talks with Nature, 10(1, Appendix): 1-24, text figs. 1-3, pls. 5, 6.

Portraits

TURNER, R.D. 1957. Charles Johnson Maynard and his work in malacology. Occasional Papers on Mollusks, 2(21): 137-152, portrait.

Published by Institutions

ICZN. 1999. International Code of Zoological Nomenclature, Fourth ed. London: The International Trust for Zoological Nomenclature. xxix + 306 pp.

Sample Citations Within Text

For comparisons and future phylogenetic studies species sequences were submitted to GenBank (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov) and are available under accession numbers C. setipes (Bandala 4085) JF930643, C. setipes (Bandala 4031) JF930641 and C. podocarpi (Bandala 4333) JF930647. .

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