Systematics Books


  • Mayr, Ernst, 1969. Principles of systematic zoology. (Tata McGraw Hill Publ. Co.). 428 pages.
  • Mayr, Ernst, 1942. Systematics and the origin of species. (Columbia Univ. Press).
  • Mayr, E. & Ashlock, P.D., 1991. Principles of Systematic Zoology. (McGraw Hill International Edition). 475 pages.
  • G.G. Simpson, 1961. Principles of animal taxonomy. (Columbia Univ. press). 247 pages.
  • Mayr, Linsley & Usinger, Methods and principles of systematic zoology.
  • Hillis, David M., 1996. (Ed.). Molecular Systematics. (Sinauer Publ.) 655 pages.
  • Ivnish, T.J. & Sytsma, K. (Eds.), 1997. Molecular Evolution and adaptive radiation.
  • Hillis, David M., Moritz, C. & Mable, B.K. (Eds.), 1996. Molecular systematics.
  • Nelson, G. J., 1981. Systematics and biogeography: Cladistics and Vicariance. (Columbia Univ. Press).
  • Kapoor, V.C., 1983. Theory and practice of animal taxonomy. (Oxford & IBH Publ. Co.). 220 pages.
  • Mayr, E., Linsley, E.G. & Usinger, R.L., 1953. Methods and principles of systematic zoology. (McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.). 328 pages.
  • Huxley, Julian, 1940. (Ed.). The New Systematics. (Oxford Univ. Press).583 pages.
  • Johnston, R.F., Frank, P.W. & Michener, C.D., 1971. Annual review of ecology and systematics. Vol. 2. (Annual Review Inc.). 510 pages.



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