Literature

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M. F. Braby, Trueman J. W. H.2006Evolution of larval host plant associations and adaptive radiation in pierid butterflies
M. F. Braby, Trueman, J. W. H., Eastwood, R.2005When and where did troidine butterflies (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) evolve? Phylogenetic and biogeographic evidence suggests an origin in remnant Gondwana in the Late Cretaceous
D. C. Hayward, Trueman, J. W. H., Bastiani, M. J.2005The structure of the USP/RXR of Xenos pecki indicates that Strepsiptera are not closely related to Diptera
C. L. Lambkin, Trueman, J. W. H., Yeates, D. K., Holston, K. C., Webb, D. W., Hauser, M., Metz, M. A., Hill, H. N.2009Supertrees and the Tree of Life: generating a metaphylogeny for a diverse invertebrate family (Insecta: Diptera: Therevidae) using constraint trees and the parsimony ratchet to overcome low taxon overlap
L. A. Mound, Marullo, R., Trueman, J. W. H.2001The greenhouse thrips, Heliothrips heamorrhoidalis, and its generic relationships within the superfamily Panchaetothripinae (Thysanoptera: Thripidae)
C. M. Palmer, Trueman, J. W. H., Yeates, D. K.2007Systematics of the Apteropanorpidae (Insecta: Mecoptera) based on morphological and molecular evidence
J. A. Thomas, Trueman, J. W. H., Rambaut, A., Welch, J. J.2013Relaxed phylogenetics and the Palaeoptera problem: resolving deep ancestral splits in the insect phylogeny
J. W. H. Trueman2007A brief history of the classification and nomenclature of Odonata
J. W. H. Trueman1999The family-group names based on Selys' legions
J. W. H. Trueman, Pfeil, B. E., Kelchner, S. A., Yeates, D. K.2004Did stick insects really regain their wings?
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