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Behavior and morphology of monomorphic soldiers from the aphid genus Pseudoregma (Cerataphidini: Hormaphididae): Implications for the evolution of morphological castes in social aphids
Stern, D. L., J. A. Whitfield & W. A. Foster
Insectes Sociaux 44:379-392. (1997)

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The evolution of sociality in aphids: a clone's-eye-view
Stern, D. L. & W. A. Foster
In The Evolution of Social Behavior in Insects and Arachnids. eds. J. Choe and B. Crespi. Cambridge University Press. pp. 150-165. (1997)

Determining aphid taxonomic affinities and life cycles with molecular data: A case study of the tribe Cerataphidini (Hormaphididae: Aphidoidea: Hemiptera)
Stern, D. L., S. Aoki & U. Kurosu
Systematic Entomology 22:81-96. (1997)
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A phylogenetic reanalysis of allozyme variation among populations of Galapagos finches
Stern, D. L. & P. R. Grant
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 118:119-134 (1996)

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Caste allometries in the soldier-producing aphid Pseudoregma alexanderi (Hormaphididae: Aphidoidea)
Stern, D. L., A. Moon & C. Martinez del Rio
Insectes Sociaux 43:137-147 (1996)

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The evolution of soldiers in aphids
Stern, D. L. & W. A. Foster
Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 71:27-79 (1996)

Phylogenetic evidence that aphids, rather than plants, determine gall morphology
Stern, D. L.
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 260:85-89 (1995)
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The life cycle and natural history of the tropical aphid Cerataphis fransseni (Homoptera, Hormaphididae), with reference to the evolution of host alternation
Stern, D. L., S. Aoki & U. Kurosu.
Journal of Natural History 29:231-242. (1995)

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