Ernest E. Williams

Biology Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
"Ernest Williams"


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William King Gregory grad student 1950 American Museum of Natrual History


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Jonathan Losos research assistant Harvard
Robert Bleiweiss grad student (Cell Biology Tree)
George C. Gorman grad student Harvard
Robert  D. Holt grad student Harvard
Thomas W. Schoener grad student Harvard (Marine Ecology Tree)
Carl Gans grad student 1955-1957 Harvard
Timothy Creighton Moermond grad student 1974 Harvard
Raymond Brunson Huey grad student 1975 Harvard
Gregory C. Mayer grad student 1979-1989 Harvard
Thomas H. Frazzetta post-doc Harvard (Biomechanics Tree)
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Grisales-Martínez FA, Velasco JA, Bolívar W, et al. (2017) The taxonomic and phylogenetic status of some poorly known Anolis species from the Andes of Colombia with the description of a nomen nudum taxon Zootaxa. 4303: 213-230
Poe S, Velasco J, Miyata K, et al. (2009) Descriptions of Two Nomen Nudum Species of Anolis Lizard from Northwestern South America Breviora. 516: 1
Hulebak E, Poe S, Ibáñez R, et al. (2007) A striking new species of Anolis lizard (Squamata, Iguania) from Panama Phyllomedusa: Journal of Herpetology. 6: 5-10
Williams EE, Rand H, Rand AS, et al. (1995) A computer approach to the comparison and identification of species in difficult taxonomic groups Breviora. 502: 1-47
Case SM, Williams EE. (1987) The cybotoid anoles and Chamaelinorops lizards (Reptilia: Iguanidae): evidence of mosaic evolution Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 91: 325-341
Williams EE, Case SM. (1986) Interactions Among Members of the Anolis distichus Complex in and near the Sierra de Baoruco, Dominican Republic Journal of Herpetology. 20: 535-546
Estes R, Williams EE. (1984) Ontogenetic variation in the molariform teeth of lizards Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. 4: 96-107
Williams EE, Peterson JA. (1982) Convergent and alternative designs in the digital adhesive pads of scincid lizards. Science (New York, N.Y.). 215: 1509-11
Schaeffer B, Williams EE. (1978) The Phylogeny of Vertebrate Systematic Biology. 27: 244-248
Williams EE, Rand AS. (1977) Species recognition, dewlap function and faunal size Integrative and Comparative Biology. 17: 261-270
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