1. Community next steps for making globally unique identifiers work for biocollections data.

    ZooKeys (494):133 (2015) PMID 25901117 PMCID PMC4400380

    Biodiversity data is being digitized and made available online at a rapidly increasing rate but current practices typically do not preserve linkages between these data, which impedes interoperation, provenance tracking, and assembly of larger datasets. For data associated with biocollections, th...
  2. Neoniphonpencei, a new species of holocentrid (Teleostei: Beryciformes) from Rarotonga, Cook Islands.

    Biodiversity data journal (3):e4180 (2015) PMID 25698898

    Neoniphonpencei, n. sp., is described from thirteen specimens, 132-197 mm standard length (SL) collected from mesophotic coral ecosystems (MCEs) at Rarotonga, Cook Islands by divers using mixed-gas closed-circuit rebreathers. It differs from all other species of the genus in number of lateral li...
  3. Neoniphonpencei, a new species of holocentrid (Teleostei: Beryciformes) from Rarotonga, Cook Islands.

    Biodiversity data journal (3):e4180 (2015) PMID 25698898 PMCID PMC4319167

    Neoniphonpencei, n. sp., is described from thirteen specimens, 132-197 mm standard length (SL) collected from mesophotic coral ecosystems (MCEs) at Rarotonga, Cook Islands by divers using mixed-gas closed-circuit rebreathers. It differs from all other species of the genus in number of lateral li...
  4. Neoniphonpencei, a new species of holocentrid (Teleostei: Beryciformes) from Rarotonga, Cook Islands.

    Biodiversity data journal (3):e4180 (2015) PMID 25698898 PMCID PMC4319167

    Neoniphonpencei, n. sp., is described from thirteen specimens, 132-197 mm standard length (SL) collected from mesophotic coral ecosystems (MCEs) at Rarotonga, Cook Islands by divers using mixed-gas closed-circuit rebreathers. It differs from all other species of the genus in number of lateral li...
  5. Evolution of pygmy angelfishes: Recent divergences, introgression, and the usefulness of color in taxonomy

    Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 74:38 (2014)

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  6. Evolution of pygmy angelfishes: Recent divergences, introgression, and the usefulness of color in taxonomy

    Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 74:38 (2014)

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  7. Evolution of pygmy angelfishes: recent divergences, introgression, and the usefulness of color in taxonomy.

    Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 74:38 (2014) PMID 24500654

    The pygmy angelfishes (genus Centropyge, family Pomacanthidae) are brightly colored species that occupy reef habitats in every tropical ocean. Some species are rarely observed because they occur below conventional scuba depths. Their striking coloration can command thousands of U.S. dollars in t...
  8. Evolution of pygmy angelfishes: Recent divergences, introgression, and the usefulness of color in taxonomy

    Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 74:38 (2014)

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  9. Evolution of pygmy angelfishes: Recent divergences, introgression, and the usefulness of color in taxonomy

    Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 74:38 (2014)

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  10. Phylogeographic analyses of submesophotic snappers Etelis coruscans and Etelis "marshi" (family Lutjanidae) reveal concordant genetic structure across the Hawaiian Archipelago.

    PLoS ONE 9(4):e91665 (2014) PMID 24722193 PMCID PMC3982960

    The Hawaiian Archipelago has become a natural laboratory for understanding genetic connectivity in marine organisms as a result of the large number of population genetics studies that have been conducted across this island chain for a wide taxonomic range of organisms. However, population geneti...
  11. Phylogeographic analyses of submesophotic snappers Etelis coruscans and Etelis "marshi" (family Lutjanidae) reveal concordant genetic structure across the Hawaiian Archipelago.

    PLoS ONE 9(4):e91665 (2014) PMID 24722193 PMCID PMC3982960

    The Hawaiian Archipelago has become a natural laboratory for understanding genetic connectivity in marine organisms as a result of the large number of population genetics studies that have been conducted across this island chain for a wide taxonomic range of organisms. However, population geneti...
  12. Phylogeographic analyses of submesophotic snappers Etelis coruscans and Etelis "marshi" (family Lutjanidae) reveal concordant genetic structure across the Hawaiian Archipelago.

    PLoS ONE 9(4):e91665 (2014) PMID 24722193 PMCID PMC3982960

    The Hawaiian Archipelago has become a natural laboratory for understanding genetic connectivity in marine organisms as a result of the large number of population genetics studies that have been conducted across this island chain for a wide taxonomic range of organisms. However, population geneti...
  13. Xanthichthysgreenei, a new species of triggerfish (Balistidae) from the Line Islands.

    Biodiversity data journal (1):e994 (2013) PMID 24723781 PMCID PMC3964694

    Xanthichthysgreenei sp. n. is described from six specimens, 97-154 mm standard length (SL) collected from mesophotic coral ecosystems (90-100 m) at Kiritimati (Christmas Island), Line Islands, part of the Republic of Kiribati in the Central Pacific. Of the six species of Xanthichthys, it is most...
  14. Xanthichthysgreenei, a new species of triggerfish (Balistidae) from the Line Islands.

    Biodiversity data journal (1):e994 (2013) PMID 24723781 PMCID PMC3964694

    Xanthichthysgreenei sp. n. is described from six specimens, 97-154 mm standard length (SL) collected from mesophotic coral ecosystems (90-100 m) at Kiritimati (Christmas Island), Line Islands, part of the Republic of Kiribati in the Central Pacific. Of the six species of Xanthichthys, it is most...
  15. Aggregating, tagging and integrating biodiversity research.

    PLoS ONE 6(8):e19491 (2011) PMID 21829594 PMCID PMC3148223

  16. Aggregating, tagging and integrating biodiversity research.

    PLoS ONE 6(8):e19491 (2011) PMID 21829594 PMCID PMC3148223

  17. Shoplifting in bulimia nervosa

    Comprehensive Psychiatry 33(5):342 (1992)

    This study compared the shoplifting patterns of 27 bulimic and 25 nonbulimic shoplifters. Bulimic shoplifters often stole food, but usually also stole other items. Nonbulimic shoplifters reported starting to steal at an earlier age, weighed more than bulimic shoplifters, and were more likel...
  18. Bulimia nervosa with and without a history of anorexia nervosa

    Comprehensive Psychiatry 31(2):171 (1990)

    This study compared two subgroups of women of normal weight with bulimia nervosa: those with a history of anorexia nervosa and those without such a history. Those with a history of anorexia nervosa indicated a desired body weight significantly lower than those without the history. Those wit...
  19. Late onset bulimia

    Comprehensive Psychiatry 28(4):323 (1987)

    Two groups of patients with bulimia, one with a late onset of the eating disorder (age 25 or beyond, n = 22) and one with a more typical age of onset for the disorder (age 20 or before, n = 22), were compared. The patients in the late onset group were significantly more likely to indicate c...
  20. Bulimia with and without a family history of depressive illness

    Comprehensive Psychiatry 27(3):215 (1986)

    Patients evaluated in an eating disorders clinic and diagnosed as having bulimia by DSM-III criteria were classified into two groups: those with a family history of affective disorder in at least one first-degree (N = 111) and those without that history (N = 164). These two groups were...