W. Frank Blair, Ph.D.

Zoology University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
ecology, evolutionary biology, herpetology
"W. Blair"

(1912 - 1984)

Mean distance: 17.33 (cluster 17)
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Lee Raymond Dice grad student 1938 University of Michigan (Evolution Tree)


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James P. Bogart grad student University of Guelph (Evolution Tree)
H. Carl Gerhardt grad student UT Austin
Bobbi Low grad student UT Austin (Evolution Tree)
Howard McCarley grad student UT Austin (Evolution Tree)
William F. Pyburn grad student UT Austin (Evolution Tree)
B. Dennis Sustare grad student UT Austin
Michael A. Mares grad student 1973 UT Austin (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
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Blair WF. (1974) Character displacement in frogs Integrative and Comparative Biology. 14: 1119-1125
Blair WF. (1970) Genetically fixed characters and evolutionary divergence. American Zoologist. 10: 41-6
Bogart JP, Blair WF, Hubbs C. (1969) Comments on the "cytologically verified" hybrids between Bufo and Rana, two genera of anuran amphibians. Cytogenetics. 8: 30-4
Blair WF. (1964) An Ecological Context for the Effects of Chemical Stress on Population Structure Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America. 10: 225-226
Blair WF. (1961) Calling and Spawning Seasons in a Mixed Population of Anurans Ecology. 42: 99-110
Tinkle DW, Blair WF. (1960) The Rusty Lizard. A Population Study. American Midland Naturalist. 64: 504
Blair WF. (1960) A Breeding Population of the Mexican Toad (Bufo Valliceps) in Relation to Its Environment Ecology. 41: 165-174
Fitch HS, Blair WF. (1960) The Rusty Lizard, a Population Study Copeia. 1960: 386
Crenshaw JW, Blair WF. (1959) Relationships in the Pseudacris nigrita Complex in Southwestern Georgia Copeia. 1959: 215
Blair WF. (1958) Call Structure and Species Groups in U. S. Treefrogs (Hyla) The Southwestern Naturalist. 3: 77
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