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2010
Miller, N.G., 2010. Up in the Air: Aerobiological Discoveries at the New York State Museum. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 6, 13-15.
Sheviak, C.J., 2010. On a Hypothetical Evolutionary Process in Platanthera. The Native Orchid Conference Journal 7, 1-5, 7-8.
Sheviak, C.J., Young, S., 2010. Orchids of New York. New York State Conservationist 64, 2-7.
Sheviak, C.J., 2010. The Roots of the Herbarium. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 5, 10-11.
2009
Cryan, J.R., 2009. Phylogenetics: Reconstructing the Tree of Life. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4, 12.
Feranec, R.S., Cryan, J.R., Kirchman, J.J., 2009. Evolution Every Day. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4, 10-11.
Kays, R.W., 2009. Family Procyonidae (Raccoons), in: Wilson, D., Mittermeir, R. (Eds.), Handbook To Mammals Of The World: Volume 1 - The Carnivores. Lynx Editions, Barcelona, Spain, pp. 498-530.
Kays, R.W., Daniels, R.A., 2009. Fish and Wildlife Communities of the Adirondacks, in: Porter, W., Erickson, J., Whaley, R. (Eds.), The Great Experiment In Conservation: Voices From The Adirondack Park. Syracuse University Press, Syracuse, New York, pp. 71-86.
Kays, R.W., Wilson, D.E., 2009. Mammals of North America, second edition, Princeton Field Guides. Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey.
Kirchman, J.J., 2009. Extinct Birds. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4, 8-9.
Kirchman, J.J., 2009. Natural History Collections and Evolution. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4, 14.
McCabe, T.L., 2009. Purple Butterflies: One Species or Two?. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4, 16.
2008
Daniels, R.A., 2008. Fish and Other Collections Move Off-Site. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4, 4.
Gill, R.J., 2008. Abstracts The Northeast Natural History Conference X, New York State Museum Circular. The University of the State of New York, Albany, New York.
Kays, R.W., 2008. Not-So-Sleepy Sloths: Animal EEG Studies Enlighten Scientists. Legacy: The Magazine of the New York State Museum 4, 10.
Kays, R.W., 2008. Remote Cameras as a Tool for Broad Scale Wildlife Surveys, in: Marshall, G. (Ed.), Proceedings Of The 2007 Animal-Borne Imaging Symposium. National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C., pp. 179-182.

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