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A. Books

i. Books and theses

Mallet, J. (1978). The evening behaviour of two Lepidoptera: Heliconius melpomene (L.) (Nymphalidae) and Hepialus humuli (L.) (Hepialidae).  iv+86 pp.  MSc thesis, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England. See also publications from this thesis: On Heliconius roosting behaviour: Mallet 1980, Mallet 1986c; and on Hepialidae mating behaviour: Mallet 1984

Mallet, J. (1984). Population structure and evolution in Heliconius butterflies. xv+160 pp. PhD dissertation, University of Texas at Austin.  May, 1984. See also publications from this dissertation: On hybrid zones between mimicry races Mallet 1986a, on dispersal of juvenile Heliconius erato butterflies Mallet 1986b, Mallet 1986c, and on correlations between habitat, roosting behaviour, and mimicry in Heliconius Mallet & Gilbert 1995

ii. Edited books

Patterson, C. (1998). Evolution. 2nd Edition. ix+166 pp. Natural History Museum/Cornell University Press. (Updated, edited and corrected after Colin Patterson’s death by J. Mallet & P.L. Forey; foreword by P.L. Forey and J. Mallet).

iii. Book chapters

Mallet, J. (1993).  Speciation, raciation, and colour pattern evolution in Heliconius butterflies: the evidence from hybrid zones.  In Harrison, R.G. (ed.): Hybrid Zones and the Evolutionary Process.  Oxford University Press. pp. 226-260. REPRINT (22.8 MB)

Mallet, J. (1996).  The genetics of biological diversity: from varieties to species.  In Gaston, K. (ed.): Biodiversity: Biology of Numbers and Difference.  Blackwell Press. pp. 13-47.

Brookes, M., Emelianov, I., McMillan, O., Rose, O., & Mallet, J. (1996).  A quick guide to genetic and molecular markers used in biodiversity studies.  In Gaston, K. (ed.): Biodiversity: Biology of Numbers and Difference.  Blackwell Press. pp. 48-53.

Brown, T.M., Bryson, P.K., Arnette, F., Roof, M., Mallet, J.L.B., Graves, J.B., & Nemec, S.J. (1996). Surveillance of resistant acetylcholinesterase in Heliothis virescens.  In Brown, T.M. (ed.) Molecular Genetics and Evolution of Pesticide Resistance.  ACS Symposium, 645: 149-157.

Mallet, J. (1996). Species and conservation. In Crozier, R.H. (ed.) Setting Conservation Priorities. James Cook University, Townsville (circulated as a manuscript). REPRINT

Mallet, J., Jiggins, C.D., & McMillan, W.O. (1998). Mimicry and warning colour at the boundary between races and species.  In  Howard, D.J. & Berlocher, S.H. (eds.) Endless Forms: Species and Speciation.  Oxford University Press. pp.390-403. REPRINT (10.7 MB)

Mallet, J.L.B., & Turner, J.R.G. (1998).  Biotic drift or the shifting balance: did forest islands drive the diversity of warningly coloured butterflies?  In Grant, P.R. (ed.) Evolution on Islands.  Oxford University Press. pp. 262-280. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1998).  Species concepts. In Calow, P. (ed.) Encyclopaedia of Ecology and Environmental Management. Blackwell Press.  pp. 709-711. PREPRINT

Mallet, J. (1998).  Isolating mechanisms.  In Calow, P. (ed.) Encyclopaedia of Ecology and Environmental Management. Blackwell Press.  pp. 379-380. PREPRINT

Mallet, J. (2001, 2007).  Species, concepts of.  In Levin, S. et al. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity.  Volume 5. Academic Press. pp. 427-440. Online update 1, pp. 1-15, Elsevier, Oxford. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (2001, 2007).  Subspecies, semispecies, superspecies.  In Levin, S. et al. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Biodiversity.  Volume 5. Academic Press. pp. 523-526. Online update 1, pp. 1-5, Elsevier, Oxford. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (2001).  Gene flow.  In: Woiwod, I.P., Reynolds, D.R. & Thomas, C.D.  (Eds.) Insect Movement: Mechanisms and Consequences. CAB International, Wallingford, UK. pp. 337-360. REPRINT

Taneyhill, D.E., Mallet, J., Wynne, I., Burke, S., Pullin, A.S., Wilson, R.J., Butlin, R.K., Hatcher, M.J., Shorrocks, B., & Thomas, C.D. (2003). Estimating rates of gene flow in endemic butterfly races: the effect of metapopulation dynamics. In: Genes in the Environment. (Eds: Hails, R.; Beringer, J., Godfray, H.C.J.). Blackwell Science, Oxford, 3-25.

B. Journal articles

Mallet, J., & Jackson, D.A. (1980). The ecology and social behaviour of the Neotropical butterfly Heliconius xanthocles Bates in Colombia.  Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 70:1-13. REPRINT

Mallet, J., & Longino, J.T. (1982) Hostplant records and descriptions of juvenile stages for two rare species of Eueides (Nymphalidae).  Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 36:118-126. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1984). Sex roles in the ghost moth Hepialus humuli (L.) and a review of mating behaviour in the Hepialidae (Lepidoptera). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 80:67-82. REPRINT

Knapp, S.D., & Mallet, J. (1985). Two new species of Passiflora (Passifloraceae) from Panama, with comments on their biology.  Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden 71:1068-1074. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1986). Hybrid zones of Heliconius butterflies in Panama and the stability and movement of warning colour clines.  Heredity 56:191-202. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1986). Dispersal and gene flow in a butterfly with home range behavior: Heliconius erato (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae).  Oecologia 68:210-217. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1986). Gregarious roosting and home range in Heliconius butterflies.  National Geographic Research 2:198-215. REPRINT (low-res, 5.7 MB), REPRINT (high-res, 17.0 MB)

Singer, M.C., & Mallet, J. (1986). Moss-feeding by a satyrine butterfly.  Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 24:392. REPRINT

Mallet, J., Longino, J.T., Murawski, D., Murawski, A., & Simpson de Gamboa, A. (1987). Handling effects in Heliconius: where do all the butterflies go?  Journal of Animal Ecology 56:377-386. REPRINT PRESS

Mallet, J., & Singer, M.C. (1987). Individual selection, kin selection, and the shifting balance in the evolution of warning colours: the evidence from butterflies.  Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 32:337-350. REPRINT

Thomas, C., Ng, D., Singer, M., Mallet, J., Parmesan, C., & Billington, H. (1987). Incorporation of a European weed into the diet of a North American herbivore.  Evolution 41:892-901.

Mallet, J. & Barton, N.H. (1989). Strong natural selection in a warning-color hybrid zone.  Evolution 43:421-431. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1989).  The genetics of warning colour in Peruvian hybrid zones of Heliconius erato and H. melpomene.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 236:163-185. REPRINT

Mallet, J. & Barton, N. (1989).  Inference from clines stabilized by frequency-dependent selection.  Genetics 122:967-976. REPRINT; HI-RES FIGURES to enable selection/migration estimates

Mallet, J. (1989).  Insecticide resistance: have the insects won?  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 4:336-340. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1989).  Modeling: insecticide mixtures vs. rotations as ways of delaying the evolution of resistance.  Pesticide Resistance Management 1(2):26-27.

Mallet, J. (1990). Reply from J.L.B. Mallet.  (To "Evolution of insecticide resistance", by A. Callaghan et al.).  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 5:164-165.

Mallet, J., Barton, N., Lamas M., G., Santisteban C., J., Muedas M., M. & Eeley, H. (1990).  Estimates of selection and gene flow from measures of cline width and linkage disequilibrium in Heliconius hybrid zones.  Genetics 124:921-936. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1990).  Is mimicry theory unpalatable?  Trends Ecology and Evolution 5: 344-345. REPRINT

Mallet, J. & Luttrell, R.G. (1991).  A model of insecticidal control failure: the example of Heliothis virescens on cotton.  Southwestern Entomologist, Supplement 15: 201-212. REPRINT

Mallet, J.,  & Porter, P. (1992).  Preventing adaptation to insect-resistant crops: are seed mixtures or refugia the best strategy?  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 250:165-169. REPRINT

Mallet, J., Korman, A., Heckel, D.G., & King, P. (1993).  Biochemical genetics of Heliothis and Helicoverpa (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), and evidence for a founder event in Helicoverpa zea.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 86:189-197. REPRINT

Korman, A., Mallet, J., Goodenough, J., Graves, J.B., Hayes, J.L., Hendricks, D.E., Luttrell, R.G., Pair, S.D., & Wall, M. (1993).  Population structure of Heliothis virescens (F.) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae): an estimate of gene flow.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 86:182-188. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1993).  Possible problems with strategies against insect adaptation to transgenic insecticidal crops.  Resistant Pest Management 5(1): 24-25.

Mallet, J. & Fritzius, R. (1993).  Genetic evidence for insecticide resistance in sibling species of the mosquito Anopheles quadrimaculatus.  Resistant Pest Management 5(1): 25-26. REPRINT

Rose, O.C., Brookes, M.I., & Mallet, J.L.B. (1994).  A quick and simple nonlethal method for extracting DNA from butterfly wings.  Molecular Ecology 3: 275. REPRINT

Mallet, J. & Gilbert, L.E. (1995). Why are there so many mimicry rings? Correlations between habitat, behaviour and mimicry in Heliconius butterflies. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 55: 159-180. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1995). A species definition for the modern synthesis. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 10: 294-299 PREPRINT.REPRINT

Emelianov, I., Mallet, J. & Baltensweiler, W. (1995). Genetic differentiation in the larch budmoth Zeiraphera diniana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae): polymorphism, host races or sibling species? Heredity 75: 416-424. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1995).  A functional species definition. [Correspondence: reply to Gabby Dover & Edmund Gittenburger].  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 10: 490-491. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1996). What are good species?  [Correspondence: reply to Kerry Shaw]. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 11: 174-175. REPRINT

Turner, J.R.G. & Mallet, J.L.B. (1996).  Did forest islands drive the diversity of warningly coloured butterflies? Biotic drift and the shifting balance. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (B)351: 835-845. REPRINT

Mallet, J., Jiggins, C.D. & McMillan, W.O. (1996).  Evolution: mimicry meets the mitochondrion. Current Biology 6: 937-940. REPRINT

Jiggins, C., McMillan, O., Neukirchen, W. & Mallet, J. (1996). What can hybrid zones tell us about speciation? The case of Heliconius himera and H. erato (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 59: 221-242. REPRINT

Jiggins, C.D., McMillan, W.O. & Mallet, J.L.B. (1997).  Host plant adaptation has not played a rôle in the recent speciation of Heliconius himera and Heliconius erato (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Ecological Entomology 22: 361-365. REPRINT

Brookes, M.I., Graneau, Y.A., King, P., Rose, O.C., Thomas, C.D. & Mallet, J.L.B. (1997). Genetic analysis of founder bottlenecks in the rare British butterfly Plebejus argus. Conservation Biology 11: 648-661. REPRINT

Lewis, O.T., Thomas, C.D., Hill, J.K., Brookes, M.I., Crane, T.P.R., Graneau, Y.A., Mallet, J.L.B. & Rose, O.C. (1997). Three ways of assessing metapopulation structure in the butterfly, Plebejus argus. Ecological Entomology 22: 283-293. REPRINT

Davies, N., Aiello, A., Mallet, J., Pomiankowski, A. & Silberglied, R E. (1997). Speciation in two neotropical butterflies: extending Haldane's rule. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 264: 845-851. REPRINT

McMillan, O., Jiggins, C., & Mallet, J. (1997). What initiates speciation in passion-vine butterflies? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 94: 8628-8633. REPRINT

Jiggins, C.D., McMillan, O., King, P. & Mallet, J. (1997).  The maintenance of species differences across a Heliconius hybrid zone. Heredity 78: 495-505. REPRINT

Knapp, S. & Mallet, J. (1998).  A new species of Passiflora (Passifloraceae) with notes on the natural history of its herbivore, Heliconius (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Heliconiiti). Novon 8: 162-166.

Mallet, J., McMillan, W.O., & Jiggins, C.D. (1998). Estimating the mating behavior of a pair of hybridizing Heliconius species in the wild.  Evolution 52: 503-510. REPRINT

Joron, M. & Mallet, J. (1998).  Diversity in mimicry: paradox or paradigm?  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 13: 461-466. REPRINT

Bilton, D.T., Goode,  D. & Mallet, J. (1999).  Genetic differentiation and natural hybridisation between two morphological forms of the common woodlouse, Oniscus asellus Linnaeus, 1758. Heredity 82: 462-469. REPRINT

Joron, M. & Mallet, J. (1999).  Diversity in mimicry.  Reply.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 14: 150.

Mallet, J. & Joron, M. (1999).  Evolution of diversity in warning colour and mimicry: polymorphisms, shifting balance and speciation.  Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 30:201–233. REPRINT (updated from printed version)

Davison, A., McMillan, W.O., Griffin, A.S., Jiggins, C.D. & Mallet, J.L.B. (1999).  Behavioural and physiological differences between two parapatric Heliconius species (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Biotropica 31: 661-668. REPRINT

Jiggins, C.D. & Mallet, J. (2000).  Bimodal hybrid zones and speciation.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 15: 250-255. REPRINT

Jiggins, C.D. & Mallet, J. (2000).  Bimodal hybrid zones and the scale of a snail: reply.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 15: 469. REPRINT

Jiggins, C.D., Naisbit, R.E., Coe, R.L. & Mallet, J. (2001).  Reproductive isolation caused by colour pattern mimicry.  Nature 411: 302-305. REPRINT, Supplementary material

Emelianov, I., Drès, M., Baltensweiler, W. & Mallet, J. (2001).  Host-induced assortative mating in host races of the larch budmoth.  Evolution 55: 2002-2010. REPRINT

Mallet, J. ([1999] 2001).  Causes and consequences of a lack of coevolution in Müllerian mimicry.  Evolutionary Ecology 13(7/8): 777-806. REPRINT

Joron, M., Wynne, I.R., Lamas, G. & Mallet, J. ([1999] 2001).  Variable selection and the coexistence of multiple mimetic forms in Heliconius numata.  Evolutionary Ecology 13(7/8): 721-754. REPRINT

Naisbit, R., Jiggins, C.D., & Mallet, J. (2001).  Disruptive sexual selection against hybrids contributes to speciation between Heliconius cydno and H. melpomene. Proceedings of the Royal Society Series B 268: 1849-1854. REPRINT

Jiggins, C.D., Linares, M., Naisbit, R.E., Salazar, C., Yang, Z. & Mallet, J. (2001). Sex-linked hybrid sterility in a butterfly. Evolution 55: 1631-1638.REPRINT. The program BETABINO written by Ziheng Yang, and used for likelihood based analysis of count data using the beta-binomial distribution is also available: BETABINO. Manual for program betabino.pdf.

Mallet, J. (2001): The speciation revolution (Commentary). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 14: 887-888. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (2001): Mimicry: an interface between psychology and evolution (Commentary). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 98: 8928-8930. REPRINT

Dasmahapatra, K.K., Blum, M.J., Aiello, A., Hackwell, S., Davies, N., Bermingham, E.P. & Mallet, J. (2002). Inferences from a rapidly moving hybrid zone.  Evolution 56: 741-753. REPRINT

Naisbit, R.E., Jiggins, C.D., Linares, M., Salazar, C., & Mallet, J. (2002). Hybrid sterility, Haldane's rule, and speciation in Heliconius cydno and H. melpomene. Genetics 161: 1517-1526.  REPRINT

Beltrán, M., Jiggins, C. D., Bull, V., Linares, M., Mallet, J., McMillan, W.O. & Bermingham, E.  (2002). Phylogenetic discordance at the species boundary: comparative gene genealogies among rapidly radiating Heliconius butterflies. Molecular Biology and Evolution 19: 2176-2190. REPRINT

Drès, M. & Mallet, J. (2002). Host races in plant-feeding insects and their importance in sympatric speciation. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B 357: 471-492. REPRINT

Estrada,C.; Jiggins,C.D. (2002). Patterns of pollen feeding and habitat preference among Heliconius species. Ecological Entomology 27: 448-456. REPRINT

Emelianov, I., Simpson, F., Narang, P., & Mallet, J. (2003).  Host choice promotes reproductive isolation between host races of the larch budmoth Zeiraphera diniana.  Journal of Evolutionary Biology 16: 208-218.  REPRINT

Naisbit, R.E., Jiggins, C.D. & Mallet, J. (2003). Mimicry: developmental genes that contribute to speciation [inheritance of mimicry differences between Heliconius cydno and Heliconius melpomene]. Evolution and Development 5(3): 269-280. REPRINT

Mallet, J. & Willmott, K. (2003). Taxonomy: renaissance or Tower of Babel?  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18: 57-59.  REPRINT

Knapp, S. & Mallet, J. (2003). Refuting refugia (Commentary). Science 300, 71-72. SUMMARY; FULL TEXT

Emelianov, I., Marec, F. & Mallet, J. (2004). Genomic evidence for divergence with gene flow in host races of the larch budmoth. 
  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 271: 97-105. REPRINT

Willmott, K.R. & Mallet, J. (2004).  Correlations between adult mimicry and larval hostplants in ithomiine butterflies.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 271 (Biology Letters S5): S266-S269.  REPRINT; APPENDIX

Mallet, J. (2004).  The peppered moth: a black and white story after all.  Genetics Society News 50: 34-38.

Mallet, J. (2004). Poulton, Wallace and Jordan: how discoveries in Papilio butterflies initiated a new species concept 100 years ago. Systematics and Biodiversity 1(4): 441-452.   REPRINT

Mallet, J. (2004). Species problem solved 100 years ago. Nature 430: 503.  REPRINT

Isaac, N.J.B., Mallet, J., & Mace, G.M. (2004).  Taxonomic inflation: its influence on macroecology and conservation.  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 19(9): 464-469.   REPRINT

C. Other publications

Knappett, P., Mallet, J., & Sugden, A. (1976). The Oxford-Guajira Expedition. Bulletin of the Oxford University Exploration Society NS2:7-19. REPRINT

Mallet, J.(1980). A laboratory study of roosting in the gregarious butterfly Heliconius melpomene. UCL Discovery 1301849, 55pp. (http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/1301849). REPRINT

Barton, N.H., Jones, J.S., & Mallet, J. (1988).  No barriers to speciation.  (News and Views article)  Nature 336:13-14.

Mallet, J. (1988).  Flutter By.  (Letter commenting on cocaine eradication with Lepidoptera in Tarapoto, Peru)  New Scientist (3 March 1988): 77. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1989).  Analysis of clines and linkage disequilibria in Heliconius butterflies.  Heredity 62:283-284.

Mallet, J. & Hamer, J. (1989).  Southern states meeting on soybean looper resistance.  Pesticide Resistance Management 1(2):10.

Mallet, J. (1989). Annual Project Summary Report for Riceland Mosquito Management Program.  1 January - 31 December 1989.  USDA-CSRS Internal Document. REPRINT

Luttrell, R.G., Felland, C.M., & Mallet, J. (1990).  Levels of insecticide resistance in soybean looper populations in the Southern United States in the 1980's: indications for the future.  Proceedings of the Soybean Looper Resistance Workshop, Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service.

Mallet, J. (1990). Annual Project Summary Report for Riceland Mosquito Management Program.  1 January - 30 November 1990.  USDA-CSRS Internal Document. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1991).  Insecticide resistance management: a population genetics approach.  37th Mississippi Insect Control Conference, Proc. I: 10-13.

Mallet J. (1991). Annual Project Summary Report for Riceland Mosquito Management Program.  1 January - 30 November 1991.  USDA-CSRS Internal Document. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1991).  ...And a note from Mississippi (about the presence of Aedes albopictus in Starkville, MS).  American Mosquito Control Association Newsletter, February 1991: 14.

Mallet, J. (1996). Species and conservation. Paper read at the symposium on Setting Conservation Priorities (Rossiter H. Crozier, ed.), James Cook University, Townsville, Australia. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (2000). Comments by James Mallet on A.R. Wallace (1864) "On the phenomena of variation and geographical distribution as illustrated by the Malayan Papilionidæ". http://www.wku.edu/~smithch/wallace/S096.htm#"Mallet"

Mallet, J. (2000). Comments by James Mallet on A.R. Wallace (1866) "Natural Selection". http://www.wku.edu/~smithch/wallace/S123.htm#"Mallet"

Mallet, J., Neukirchen, W. & Linares, M. (2001). Hybrids between species of Heliconius and Eueides butterflies: a database. http://www.ucl.ac.uk/taxome/hyb/helichyb.html

Mallet, J. (2002). Memorandum by Professor James Mallet. In House of Lords: What on Earth? The Threat to the Science Underpinning Conservation. Stationery Office Ltd, London. Vol. 2, pp. 34-40.

Wynne, I.R., Wilson, R.J., Burke, A.S., Simpson, F., Pullin, A.S., Thomas, C.D., & Mallet, J. (2003). The effect of metapopulation processes on the spatial scale of adaptation in Aricia butterflies across an environmental gradient. UCL Discovery 19259, 56pp. http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/19259/ REPRINT

Mallet, J. & Thomas, C.D. (2003). 4.10 Brown argus butterfly. In Crane, P. & Bateson, P.: Measuring Biodiversity for Conservation. Policy Document 11/03. The Royal Society, London. pp. 36-38.

Mallet, J. (2004). The peppered moth: a black and white story after all. Genetics Society News 50: 34-38. Also at anti-creationist site: http://bit.ly/15irWq7

Mallet, J.(2004) Antenna: freely available online and Poulton on species 1904. Antenna 28: 220-221.

Mallet, J. (2005). Scaling problems in species diversity assessment. In: E-conference on Landscape scale biodiversity assessment: the problem of scaling. Centre for Ecology and Hydrology/European Platform for Biodiversity. http://www.edinburgh.ceh.ac.uk/biota/Archive_scaling/6721.htm

Drès, M., & Mallet, J. (2005). Molecular and behavioural evidence for gene flow between host races of the larch budmoth Zeiraphera diniana. UCL Discovery 1512717, 21pp. http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/1512717/

Mallet, J. (2009) Darwin and Heliconius. heliconius.org.

D. Book reviews

Mallet, J. (1987). Butterflies, ecology and systematics.  (Review of "The butterflies of North America", by J.A Scott). Trends in Ecology and Evolution 2:256-257.

Knapp, S.D., & Mallet, J. (1988).  Review of "The Blind Watchmaker", by Richard Dawkins.  Cladistics 4:218-222.

Mallet, J. (1988). A data book for tropical biology.  (Review of "The Butterflies of Costa Rica", by P.J. De Vries).  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 3:183.

Mallet, J. (1991). Variations on a theme?  (Review of "The Development and Evolution of Butterfly Wing Patterns", by H.F. Nijhout).  Nature 354: 368. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1992). NeoWallaceism.  (Review of "Alfred Russel Wallace: an Anthology of his Shorter Writings", edited by C.H. Smith).  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 7: 32-33.

Mallet, J. (1994).  Review of "Evolutionary Biology".  Quarterly Review of Biology 69: 5¬96.

Mallet, J. (1995). Review of "The Structure and Confirmation of Evolutionary Theory", by Elizabeth A. Lloyd.  Heredity 75: 112.

Mallet, J. (1995). Review of "Evolution", by Mark Ridley.  Heredity 75: 223-224. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1996).  Molecular evolution: selection wins the debate.  (Review of "The Causes of Molecular Evolution", by J.H. Gillespie).  Annals of Human Genetics 60: 85-86. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1997).  Review of "Ecological and Evolutionary Aspects of Insecticide Resistance", by John A. McKenzie.  Genetical Research 68: 183-187. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1997). What are species?  (Review of "Species, the Units of Biodiversity", edited by M.F. Claridge, H.A. Dawah, and M.R. Wilson.)  Trends in Ecology and Evolution 12: 453-454. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1998). Review of “Adaptation”, edited by Michael R. Rose and George V. Lauder.  Heredity 80: 393-394. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1998).  Demes, hosts and speciation. (Review of "Genetic Structure and Local Adaptation in Natural Insect Populations", edited by S. Mopper & S.Y. Strauss.) Ecological Entomology 23: 495-496. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (1998). Tropical ecology in miniature. (Review of “The Butterflies of Costa Rica and their Natural History.  Volume II: Riodinidae, by P.J. DeVries”). Trends in Ecology and Evolution 13:377.

Mallet, J. (1999). Review of “Molecular Genetic Analysis of Populations.  A Practical Approach, 2nd Edition”, edited by A.R. Hoelzel.  Annals of Human Genetics 63: 273-274.

Mallet, J. (2000). The new Lepidoptera systematics. (Review of “Handbuch der Zoologie.  Band/Volume IV.  Arthropoda: Insecta.  Teilband/Part 35.  Lepidoptera, Moths and Butterflies. Volume 1: Evolution, Systematics, and Biogeography.”  Edited by Niels P. Kristensen.  Berlin, Walter de Gruyter).  Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 129:267-269. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (2000).  Species and their names. (Review of "Species: New Interdisciplinary Essays," edited by R.A. Wilson). Trends in Ecology and Evolution 15: 344-345. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (2000). The gift of Lepidoptera. (Review of "Nabokov's Butterflies: Unpublished and Uncollected Writings," edited by Brian Boyd and Robert Michael Pyle). Nature 406: 827-828.

Mallet, J. (2001). Holy Landscapes! (Review of "Epistasis and the Evolutionary Process", edited by Jason B. Wolf, Edmund D. Brodie III, and Michael J. Wade). Science 291: 602. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (2001). Taxonomy and the blues. (Review of "Nabokov's Blues," by Kurt Johnson and Steve Coates). Nature 409: 664-665.

Mallet, J. (2001). Pioneers, dandies and frauds: 300 years of British butterfly collectors. (Review of "The Aurelian Legacy. British Butterflies and their Collectors," by Michael A. Salmon). Endeavour 25: 135. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (2002). Move over Darwin. (Review of "In Darwin's Shadow: The Life and Science of Alfred Russel Wallace," by Michael Shermer). Nature 419: 561-562. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (2004). A butterfly book for mini-bucks. (Review of "Butterflies: Ecology and Evolution Taking Flight," ed. by C.L. Boggs, W.B. Watt & P.R. Ehrlich). Trends in Ecology and Evolution 19: 119-120.

Mallet, J. (2004). Fritz Müller: A Naturalist in Brazil. By David West. (Book review). Quarterly Review of Biology 79: 196-197. TRANSCRIPT

Mallet, J. (2004). From a 'feel for the organism' to a model system. (Review of "On the Wings of Checkerspots. A Model System for Population Biology" ed. by P.R. Ehrlich & I. Hanski). Trends in Ecology and Evolution 19: 625-626.

Mallet, J. (2005). Speciation in the 21st Century. (Review of "Speciation" by Jerry A. Coyne & H. Allen Orr). Heredity 95: 105-109. REPRINT

Mallet, J. (2005). Biodiversity - the airbrushed version. (Review of: "Biodiversity: An Introduction", 2nd Edition, by K.J. Gaston and J.I. Spicer). Systematics and Biodiversity 3: 219.

Knapp, S. & Mallet, J. (2005). A night out with the nerds. (Review of: “Theatre of Science,” a performance by Simon Singh and Richard Wiseman at the Soho Theatre, London) PLoS Biology 3(9): e325, pp. 1532-1533.

Mallet, J. (2008). The Grants of the Galapagos. Review of "How and Why Species Multiply: The Radiation of Darwin's Finches" by Peter R. Grant & B. Rosemary Grant. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, in press.

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