I'd like to review published papers or book chapters (so I could formally refer to them) that graphically illustrate the parametric relationships between univariate distribution families. The papers by Lawrence M. Leemis are well-known, see e.g. here for 1986 and 2008 versions. This paper presents two more diagrams and mentions two more sources for previously published graphical summaries:
Nakagawa, T. and Yoda, H. (1977) Relationships among distributions. IEEE Transactions on Reliability, 26(5), 352–353.
Kotz, S. and Jogn Rene van Dorp (2004) Beyond Beta—Other Continuous families of Distributions with Bounded Support and Applications, World Scientiﬁc, NJ, p. 251.
Here is another link to a paper with presumably original contribution.
Are there any useful omissions in the above list? Is there a paper that reviews various graphical summaries of the known relationships between univariate distributions?