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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. (https://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/1301849). REPRINT

Longino, J.T. & Mallet, J.(1982). Gregarious caterpillars and evolution in Heliconius doris. Unpublished manuscript, 27pp. 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 https://rps.ucl.ac.uk/viewobject.html?id=1525362&cid=1

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". https://www.wku.edu/~smithch/wallace/S096.htm#"Mallet"

Mallet, J. (2000). Comments by James Mallet on A.R. Wallace (1866) "Natural Selection". https://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. https://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. https://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: https://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. https://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. https://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: 95-96.

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. REPRINT

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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