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Damuth J. and MacFadden B.J., 1990. Introduction: body size and its estimation, Problems in estimating body masses of archaic ungulates using dental measurements. "Chapters 1 and 12 in Damuth, J. and B.J. MacFadden, 1990. Body Size in Mammalian Paleobiology: Estimation and Biological Implications. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Pp. 1-9 and 229-253.


DiMichele W.A., Phillips T.L. and McBrinn G.E., 1991. Quantitative Analysis and Paleoecology of the Secor Coal and Roof-Shale Floras (Middle Pennsylvanian, Oklahoma). Palaios 6:390-409.

Wing S.L., Bown T.M. and Obradovich J.D., 1991. Early Eocene biotic and climatic change in interior western North America. Geology 19:1189-1192.


Alroy J., 1992. Conjunction among taxonomic distributions and the Miocene mammalian biochronology of the Great Plains. Paleobiology 18(3):326-343.

Burnham, R. J., Wing, S. L., and Parker, G. G. 1992. Reflection of temperate forest composition and structure in the litter: implications for the fossil record. Paleobiology 18: 34-53.

Behrensmeyer A.K., Damuth J.D., DiMichele W.A., Potts R., Sues H. and Wing S.L., 1992. Terrestrial Ecosystems Through Time. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. 568 pp.

DiMichele W.A. and Aronson R.B., 1992 The Pennsylvanian-Permian Vegetational Transition: A Terrestrial Analogue to the Onshore-Offshore Hypothesis. Evolution 46(3):807-824.


Behrensmeyer A.K. and Chapman R.E., 1993. Models and simulations of time-averaging in terrestrial vertebrate accumulations. In: Kidwell S.M. and Behrensmeyer A.K. (eds.): Taphonomic Approaches to Time Resolution in Fossil Assemblages. Short Courses in Paleontology Number 6. Pp. 125-149.

Damuth J., 1993. ETE Database Manual (First Edition). ETE Consortium, Department of Paleobiology, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C., 195 pp.

Labandeira C.C., 1993. What's New With Fossil Insects? American Paleontologist 1(4):1-5.

Labandeira C.C., 1993. Review of Poinar, G.O., Jr., Life in Amber, Stanford University Press. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 101(4):581-585.

Labandeira C.C., 1993. The Real Meaning of Insect Fossils. Palaios 8(6):509-511

Labandeira C.C. and Sepkoski J.J. Jr., 1993. Insect diversity in the fossil record. Science 261:310-315.

Wing S.L., Hickey L.J. and Swisher C.C., 1993. Implications of an exceptional fossil flora for Late Cretaceous vegetation. Nature 363:342-344.

Wing, S. L., and Greenwood, D. R. 1993. Fossils and fossil climate: the case for equable continental interiors in the Eocene. in, Allen, J. R. L., Hoskins, B. J., Sellwood, B. W. & Spicer, R. A. (eds.), Palaeoclimates and their modelling with special reference to the Mesozoic Era. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, London B. Biological Sciences 341: 243-252.


Bown, T. M., Rose, K. D., Simons, E. L., and Wing, S. L. 1994. Distribution and stratigraphic correlation of upper Paleocene and lower Eocene fossil mammal and plant localities of the Fort Union, Willwood, and Tatman Formations, southern Bighorn Basin, Wyoming. U. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1540: 1-269.

DiMichele W.A. and Phillips T.L., 1994. Paleobotanical and paleoecological constraints on models of peat formation in the Late Carboniferous of Euramerica. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 106:39-90.

DiMichele W.A., 1994. Ecological Patterns in Time and Space. Paleobiology 20(2):89-92.

Labandeira C.C., 1994. A Compendium of Fossil Insect Families. Milwaukee Public Museum Contributions in Biology and Geology Number 88. 71pp.

Labandeira C.C., Dilcher D.L. and Davis D.R., 1994. Ninety-seven million years of angiosperm-insect association: Paleobiological insights into the meaning of coevolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 91:12278-12282.

Wing, S. L., Hasiotis, S. T., and Bown, T. M. 1994. First ichnofossils of flank-buttressed trees (late Eocene), Fayum Depression, Egypt. Ichnos 3: 1-6.


Behrensmeyer A.K., Todd N.E., McBrinn G.E. and Damuth, J.D. 1995. Exploring terrestrial ecosystems through time with the ETE multirelational database. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 15(3):18A.

Gastaldo R.A., Pfefferkorn H.W., DiMichele W.A., 1995. Taphonomic and sedimentologic characterization of roof-shale floras. In: Lyons P.C., Morey E.D. and Wagner R.H. (eds.), Historical Perspectives of Early Twentieth Century Carboniferous Paleobotany in North America (W.C. Darrah volume). Geological Society of America Memoir 185. Pp. 341-352.

Greenwood D.R. and Wing S.L., 1995. Eocene continental climates and latitudinal temperature gradients. Geology 23(11):1044-1048.

Labandeira C.C., 1995. Review of Elias, S.A., 1991, Quaternary Insects and Their Environments, Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C., 284 pp. The Quarterly Review of Biology 70(1):68-69.

Labandeira C.C. 1995. Fossil Insects. Pp. 255-258 in McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology for 1996 (Parker, S.P.). McGraw-Hill

Labandeira C., Nufio C., Wing S. and Davis, D., 1995. Insect feeding strategies from the Late Cretaceous Big Cedar Ridge Flora: Comparing the diversity and intensity of Mesozoic herbivory with the present Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 27(6):A447.

Willard D.A., DiMichele W.A., Eggert D.L., Hower, J.C., Rexroad, C.B. and Scott, A.C., 1995. Paleoecology of the Springfield Coal Member (Desmoinesian, Illinois Basin) near the Leslie Cemetery paleochannel, southwestern Indiana. International Journal of Coal Geology 27:59-98.

Wing S.L., Alroy J. and Hickey L.J. 1995. Plant and mammal diversity in the Paleocene to Early Eocene of the Bighorn Basin. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 115:117-155.

Wing S.L. and DiMichele W.A., 1995. Conflict between Local and Global Changes in Plant Diversity through Geological Time. Palaios 10:551-564.


Behrensmeyer, A.K., Todd N.E., Potts R., and McBrinn G.E., 1996. Environmental change and faunal turnover in Late Pliocene terrestrial fuanas of Africa. Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 28(7):A177.

Behrensmeyer A.K., Todd N.E., Potts R. and McBrinn, G.E., 1996. Apparent versus real fuanal turnover in the Late Pliocene vertebrate record of Africa. Sixth North American Paleontological Convention Abstracts of Papers. The Paleontological Society Special Publication 8:28.

Cutler A.H. and Behrensmeyer A.K., 1996. Models of vertebrate mass mortality events at the K/T boundary. In: Ryder G., Fastovsky D., Gartner S. (eds.), The Cretaceous-Tertiary Event and Other Catastrophes in Earth History. Geological Society of America Special Paper 307, Boulder, Colorado. Pp. 375-379.

DiMichele W.A. and Bateman R.M., 1996. Plant paleoecology and evolutionary inference: two examples from the paleozoic. In: Cuneo N.R., Taylor T.N. and Taylor E.L. (eds.) Paleobiology of Fossil Plants, New Insights and Perspectives. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 90:223-247.

DiMichele W.A. and Phillips T.L., 1996. Climate change, plant extinctions and vegetational recovery during the Middle-Late Pennsylvanian Transition: the Case of tropical peat-forming environments in North America. In: Hart D.M., (ed.), Biotic Recovery from Mass Extinction Events. Geological Society Special Publication No. 102. Pp. 201-221.

Gastaldo R.A., DiMichele W.A. and Pfefferkorn H.W., 1996. Out of the Icehouse into the Greenhouse: A Late Paleozoic Analog for Modern Global Vegetational Change. GSA Today 6(10):1-7.

Hotton C.L., Hueber F.M. and Labandeira C.C., 1996. Plant-Arthropod interactions from early terrestrial ecosystems: Two Devonian examples. Sixth North American Paleontological Convention Abstracts of Papers. The Paleontological Society Special Publication 8:181.

Labandeira C.C., 1996. Review of Gordon, M.S. and Olson, E.C., 1995, Invasions of the Land, Columbia University Press, New York, 312pp. Ecoscience 3(2):240-241.

Labandeira C.C., 1996. Insects. McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology. McGraw-Hill, New York. Pp. 155-158.

Labandeira C.C., 1996. Insect biodiversity and the geological record: Implications for the modern era. Proceedings of the 20th International Congress of Entomology, p. 70.

Labandeira C.C., 1996. The presence of a distinctive insect herbivore fauna during the late Paleozoic. Sixth North American Paleontological Convention Abstracts of Papers. The Paleontological Society Special Publication 8: 227.

Labandeira C.C. and Phillips T.L., 1996. A Carboniferous insect gall: Insight into early ecologic history of the Holometabola. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 93:8470-8474.

Labandeira C.C. and Phillips T.L., 1996. Insect Fluid-Feeding on Upper Pennsylvanian Tree Ferns (Palaeodictyoptera, Marattiales) and the Early History of the Piercing-and-Sucking Functional Feeding Group. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 89(2):157-183.

Pribyl L.J., Labandeira C.C. and Kohls D., 1996. Eocene (Green River) fossil insects from Piceance Creek Basin, Colorado. Sixth North American Paleontological Convention Abstracts of Papers. The Paleontological Society Special Publication 8:313.


Baker R.A. and DiMichele W.A., 1997. Biomass Allocation in Late Pennsylvanian Coal-Swamp Plants. Palaios 12:127-132.

Behrensmeyer A.K., Todd N.E. and Potts R., 1997. Late Pliocene Faunal Turnover in the Turkana Basin, Kenya and Ethiopia. Science 278:1589-1594.

Damuth J., Behrensmeyer A.K., DiMichele W.A., Labandeira C.C., Potts R. and Wing S.L, 1997. ETE Database Manual Second Edition. ETE Consortium, Department of Paleobiology, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. 250 pp.

Labandeira C.C., 1997. Permian Pollen Eating. Science 277:1422-1423.
Note: Response to Permian Pollen Eaters 16 May 1997, p.1035.

Labandeira C.C., 1997. Insect Mouthparts: Ascertaining the Paleobiology of Insect Feeding Strategies. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 28:153-193.

Labandeira C.C., Phillips T.L. and Norton R.A., 1997. Oribatid mites and the decomposition of plant tissues in Paleozoic coal-swamp forests. Palaios 12(4):319-353.

Wilf P., 1997. When are leaves good thermometers? A new case for Leaf Margin Analysis. Paleobiology 23(3):373-390.

Wing S.L., 1997. Global Warming and Plant Species Richness: A Case Study of the Paleocene/Eocene Boundary. In: Reaka-Kudla M.L., Wilson D.E. and Wilson E.O. (eds.), Biodiversity II: Understanding and Protecting Our Biological Resources. Joseph Henry Press, Washington, D.C. Pp. 163-185.


Beck A.L. and Labandeira C.C., 1998. Early Permian insect folivory on a gigantopterid-dominated riparian flora from north-central Texas. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 142:139-173.

Labandeira C.C. and 1998. The Role of Insects in Late Jurassic to Middle Cretaceous Ecosystems. In: Lucas S.G., Kirkland J.I. and Estep J.W. (eds.), Lower and Middle Cretaceous Terrestrial Ecosystems. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 14:105-123.

Labandeira C.C., 1998. Plant-Insect Associations from the Fossil Record. Geotimes 43(9):18-24.

Labandeira C.C., 1998. How Old is the Flower and the Fly? Science 280:57-59.

Labandeira C.C., 1998. Review of Edgecombe,G. (ed.), 1998, Arthropod Fossils and Phylogeny, Columbia University Press, New York. 347 pp. Palaios 14(4):405-407.

Phillips T.L. and DiMichele W.A., 1998. A Transect Through a Clastic-swamp to Peat-swamp Ecotone in the Springfield Coal, Middle Pennsylvanian Age of Indiana, USA. Palaios 13:113-128.

Labandeira C.C., 1998. Early History of Arthropod and Vascular Plant Associations. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 26:329-377.

Wilf P., Beard K.C., Davies-Vollum K.S. and Norejko J.W., 1998. Portrait of a Late Paleocene (Early Clarkforkian) Terrestrial Ecosystem: Big Multi Quarry and Associated Strata, Washakie Basin, Southwestern Wyoming. Palaios 13:514-532.

Wilf P., Wing S.L., Greenwood D.R. and Greenwood C.L., 1998. Using fossil leaves as paleoprecipitation indicators: An Eocene example. Geology 26(3):203-206.


Labandeira C.C., 1999. Arthropoda: Mandibulata: Myriapoda. In: Singer, R. (ed.): Encyclopedia of Paleontology, Volume 2. Fitzroy Dearborn, London. Pp. 767-775.

Labandeira C.C., 1999. Insects and other hexapods. In Singer, R. (ed.): Encyclopedia of Paleontology, Volume 1. Fitzroy Dearborn, London. Pp. 603-624.

Bateman R.M., Crane P.R. and DiMichele W.A., 1998. Early evolution of land plants: Phylogeny, physiology, and ecology of the primary terrestrial radiation. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 29:263-292.

Labandeira C.C. and Smith D.M., 1999. Forging a Future for Fossil Insects: Thoughts on the First International Congress of Paleoentomology. Paleobiology 25(2):154-157.

Wilf P.and Labandeira C.C., 1999. Response of plant-insect associations to Paleocene-Eocene warming. Science 284:2153-2156


DiMichele W.A., Chaney D.S., Dixon W.H., Nelson W.J. and Hook R.W., 2000. An Early Permian coastal flora from the Central Basin Platform of Gaines County, West Texas. Palaios 15(6):524-534.

Griffing, D.H., J.S. Bridge and C.L. Hotton. 2000. Coastal-fluvial palaeoenvironments and plant palaeoecology of the Lower Devonian (Emsian), Gaspé Bay, Québec, Canada. In P.F. Friend and B.P.J. Williams (Eds.), New Perspectives on the Old Red Sandstone, Geological Society, London, Special Publications 180, pp. 61-84.

Labandeira C.C., 2000. The paleobiology of pollination and its precursors. In: Gastaldo R.A. and DiMichele W.A., (eds.) Phanerozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems. Paleontological Society Papers 6, 233-269.

Pfefferkorn H.W., Gastaldo R.A. and DiMichele W.A., 2000. Ecological stability during the late Paleozoic cold interval. In Gastaldo R.A., DiMichele W.A. (eds.) Phanerozoic Terrestrial Ecosystems. Paleontological Society Special Papers 6. Pp. 63-78.

Wilf P., 2000. Late Paleocene-early Eocene climate changes in southwestern Wyoming: Paleobotanical analysis Geological Society of America Bulletin 112(2):292-307.

Wilf P. and Labandeira C.C., 2000. Plant-Insect associations respond to Paleocene-Eocene warming. In:Andreasson F.P., Schmitz B. and Thomson E.I. (eds.) Early Paleogene warm climates and biosphere dynamics, short papers and extended abstracts. Geologiska Foreningens Forhandlingar 122(1):178-179.

Wilf P., Labandeira C.C., Kress W.J., Staines C.L., Windsor D.M., Allen A.L. and Johnson K.R., 2000. Timing the radiations of leaf beetles: Hispines on gingers from Latest Cretaceous to Recent. Science 289:291-294..

Wing S.L., Bao H. and Koch P.L., 2000. An Early Eocene cool period? Evidence for continental cooling during the warmest part of the Cenozoic. In Huber B., MacCleod K., Wing S. (eds.) Warm Climates in Earth History. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Pp. 197-237.


Bobe, R., Eck G.G., 2001. Responses of African Bovids to Pliocene Climatic Change. Paleobiology Memoirs 27(2 Suppl):1-48.

DiMichele W.A., Mamay S.H., Chaney D.S., Hook R.W. and Nelson W.J., 2001. An Early Permian flora with Late Permian and Mesozoic affinities from North-Central Texas. Journal of Paleontology 75(2):449-460.

DiMichele W.A., Stein W.E. and Bateman R.M., 2001. Ecological sorting of vascular plant classes during the Paleozoic evolutionary radiation. In Allmon, W.D. and Bottjer, D.J., (eds.) Evolutionary Paleoecology: The Ecological Context of Macroevolutionary Change. Columbia University Press, New York. pp. 285-335.

Frost, S.R., 2001. Fossil Cercopithecidae of the Afar Depression, Ethiopia: Species systematics and comparison to the Turkana Basin. PhD Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, City University of New York.

Frost, S.R., 2001. New early Pliocene Cercopithecidae (Mammalia: Primates) from Aramis, Middle Awash Valley, Ethiopia. American Museum Novitates 3350:1-36.

Hotton, C. L., F.M. Hueber, D.H. Griffing and J.S. Bridge. 2001. Early terrestrial plant environments: An example from the Lower Devonian of Gaspé, Québec, Canada. In Gensel, P.G. and D. Edwards (Eds.). Plants Invade the Land: Evolutionary and Environmental Perspectives. Columbia University Press, New York, pp. 179-212.

Labandeira C.C., 2001. Rise and diversification of insects. In: Briggs D.E.G. and Crowther P.R. (eds.) Palaeobiology II. Blackwell Science, Oxford. Pp. 82-88.

Labandeira C.C., LePage B.A. and Johnson A.H., 2001. A Dendroctonus bark engraving (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) from a middle Eocene Larix (Coniferales: Pinaceae): early or delayed colonization? American Journal of Botany 88(11):2026-2039.

Mangano M.G., Labandeira C.C., Kvale E.P. and Buatois L.A., 2001. The insect trace fossil Tonganoxichnus from the Middle Pennsylvanian of Indiana: Paleobiologic and paleoenvironmental implications. Ichnos 8:165-175.

Vrsansky P., Storozhenko S., Labandeira C.C. and Ihringova P., 2001. Galloisiana olgae sp. nov. (Grylloblattoidea: Grylloblattidae) and the paleobiology of a relict order of insects. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 94(2):179-184.

Wilf P., Labandeira C.C., Johnson K.R., Coley P.D. and Cutter A.D., 2001. Insect herbivory, plant defense, and early Cenozoic climate change. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 98(11):6221-6226.

Wing S.L. and Harrington G.J., 2001. Floral response to rapid warming in the earliest Eocene and implications for concurrent faunal exchange. Paleobiology 27(3):539-563.


Bobe, R., Behrensmeyer A.K., Chapman R.,2002. Faunal change, environmental variability and early hominid evolution. Journal of Human Evolution 42: 475-497.

DiMichele W.A., Phillips T.L and Nelson W.J., 2002. Place vs. time and vegetational persistence: a comparison of four tropical paleomires from the Illinois Basin at the height of the Pennsylvanian ice age. International Journal of Coal Geology 50:43–72.

DiMichele W.A., Phillips T.L., 2002. The Ecology of Paleozoic Ferns. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 143-159.

Labandeira C.C., 2002. The history of associations between plants and animals. In: Herrera C. and Pellmyr O. (eds.), Plant-Animal Interactions: An Evolutionary Approach. Blackwell Science, London. Pp. 26-261.

Labandeira C.C., 2002. Plant-insect associations from Middle Eocene floras of the Pacific Northwest: A preliminary report. Rocky Mountain Geology 37: 31-59.

Labandeira C.C., 2002. Paleobiology of predators, parasitoids, and parasites: accommodation and death in the fossil record of terrestrial invertebrates. In: Kowalewski M., Kelley P.H. and Dodson P. (eds.), The Fossil Record of Predation. Paleontological Society Papers 8:211-150.

Labandeira C.C. and Phillips T.L., 2002. Stem Borings and Petiole Galls from Pennsylvanian Tree Ferns of Illinois, USA: Implications for the Origin of the Borer and Galler Functional-Feeding-Groups and Holometabolous Insects. Palaeontographica Abteilung A: 264 (1/4):1-84, 16 pls.

Labandeira C.C. and Eble G.J., 2002. Global diversity patterns of insects from the fossil record. Santa Fe Institute Working Paper, 121:1-54.

Labandeira C.C., Johnson K.R. and Lang P., 2002. A preliminary assessment of insect herbivory across the Cretcous/Tertiary boundary: extinction and minimal rebound. In: Hartman J.H., Johnson K.R. and Nichols D.J. (eds.), The Hell Creek Formation and the Cretaceous-Tertiary Boundary in the Northern Great Plains—An Integrated Continental Record at the End of the Cretaceous, Geological Society of America Special Paper 361:297-327.

Labandeira, C.C., Johnson K.R. and Wilf P., 2002. Impact of the terminal Cretaceous event on plant-insect associations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99(4):2061-2066.


Bateman, R.M. and DiMichele, W.A. 2003. Genesis of phenotypic and genotypic diversity in land plants: the present as the key to the past. Systematics and Biodiversity 1: 13-28.

Greb, S.F., Andrews, W.M., Eble, C.F., DiMichele, W., Cecil, C.B., and Hower, J.C., 2003, Desmoinesian coal beds of the Eastern Interior and surrounding basins: the largest tropical peat mires in earth history, in Chan, M.A., and Archer, A.W. (Eds.), Extreme Depositional Environments: Mega-end members in Geologic Time: Geological Society of America, Special Publication 370, p. 127-150.

Koch, P. L., Clyde, W. C., Heppel, R. P., Fogel, M. L., Wing, S. L., and Zachos, J. C. 2003. Isotopic records of carbon cycle and climate change across the Paleocene-Eocene boundary from the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming. in, Wing, S.L., Gingerich, P.D., Schmitz, B., and E. Thomas (eds.) Causes and Consequences of early Paleogene Warm Climates Geol. Soc. America Special Paper 369:49-64.

Labandeira C.,2003. Reading the tree leaves. Natural History 112(3):13.

Potts, R. 2003. Early Human Predation. Pp. 359-376. In: P. Kelley, M. Kowalewski, and T. Hansen (eds.). Predator-Prey Interactions in the Fossil Record. Kluwer Academic/ Plenum Publishers.

Potts, R. 2003. Encyclo: "Human Evolution". Encarta.

Royer, D. L., Hickey, L. J., and Wing, S. L. 2003. Paleoecology of Ginkgo. Paleobiology 29:84-104.

Wilf, P. D., Cúneo, N. R., Johnson, K. R., Hicks, J. F., Wing, S. L., and Obradovich, J. D. 2003. High plant diversity in Eocene South America: evidence from Patagonia. Science 300: 122-125.

Wing S.L., Harrington G.J., Bowen G.J. and Koch P.L., 2003. "Floral Change During the Paleocene/Eocene Thermal Maximum in the Powder River Basin, Wyoming. In: Wing S.L, Gingerich. P.D., Schmitz B. and Thomas E. (eds.), Causes and Consequences of Early Paleogene Warm Climates. GSA Special Paper 369:425-440.

Zhu, R., An, Z. Potts, R., and K. A. Hoffman. 2003. Magnetotratigraphic dating of early humans in China. Earth Science Reviews 61:341-359.


Barnosky, A. D., Koch, Paul L., Feranec, Robert S., Wing, S. L., and Shabel, Alan B. 2004. Assessing the causes of Late Pleistocene extinctions on the continents. Science 306: 70-75.

Bonnefille, R., R. Potts, F. Chalié, D. Jolly, and O. Peyron. 2004. High-resolution vegetation and climate change associated with Pliocene Australopithecus afarensis. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (U.S.A.) 101:12125 -12129.

Brooks, A. S. and R. Potts. 2004. New research in early human Origins (7-1 million years ago). Pp. 64-78. In: Selig, R., London, M. R. and A. Kaupp (eds). Anthropology Explored. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington.

DiMichele W.A., Behrensmeyer A.K., Olszewski T.D., Labandeira C.C., Pandolfi J.M., Wing S.L., Bobe, R., 2004. Long-term stasis in ecological assemblages: evidence from the fossil record. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 35: 285-322.

DiMichele, W.A., R.W. Hook, W.J. Nelson, and D.S. Chaney. 2004. An unusual Middle Permian flora from the Blaine Formation (Pease River Group, Leonardian-Guadalupian Series) of King County, West Texas. Journal of Paleontology 78: 765-782.

DiMichele, W.A., H. Kerp, and D.S. Chaney. 2004. Tropical floras of the Late Pennsylvanian-Early Permian transition: Carrizo Arroyo in context. In: SG. Lucas and K.E. Zeigler, eds., Carboniferous-Permian Transition at Carrizo Arroyo, Central New Mexico. New Mexico Museum of Natural History, Bulletin 25: 105-110.

Fricke, H., and Wing, S.L. 2004. Oxygen isotope and paleobotanical estimates of temperature and δ18O – latitudinal gradients over North America during the early Eocene. American Journal of Science 304: 612-635.

Greenwood, D.R., Wilf, P., Wing, S.L., and Christophel, D.C. 2004. Paleotemperature estimation using leaf-margin analysis: Is Australia different? Palaios 19:129–142.

Potts, R. 2004. Paleoenvironmental basis of cognitive evolution in great apes. American Journal of Primatology 62:209-228.

Potts, R. 2004. Paleoenvironments and the Evolution of Adaptability in Apes. In: Russon, A., and D. R. Begun (eds). The Evolution of Great Ape Intelligence. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

Potts, R. 2004. Sociality and the concept of culture in human origins. Pp. 249-269. In: Sussman, R. W. and A. R. Chapman (eds). The Origins and Nature of Sociality. Aldine de Gruyter, New York.

Potts, R. 2004. The scarcity of African mid-Pleistocene hominin fossils. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 38:162.

Potts, R. 2004. Dispatches from the Field. Daily reports of research from Olorgesailie (June-August field season), Human Origins Program Website. NMNH, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC.

Potts, R. 2004. Paleoenvironmental Basis of Cognitive Evolution in Great Apes. American Journal of Primatology 62:209-228.

Potts, R., Behrensmeyer, A.K., Deino, A., Ditchfield, P. and Clark, J. 2004. Small mid-Pleistocene hominin associated with East African Acheulean technology. Science 305:75-78.

Selig, R. O. and R. Potts. 2004. One Man's Search for Human Origins. Pp. 46-63. In: Selig, R. O., M. L. London, and P. Ann Kaupp (eds.). Anthropology Explored, Revised and Expanded. Smithsonian Books, Washington, D.C.

Selig, R. and R. Potts. 2004. One man's search for human origins. Pp. 46-63. In: Selig, R., London, M. R. and A. Kaupp (eds). Anthropology Explored. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington.

Trueman, C. N., A.K. Behrensmeyer, R. Potts and N. Tuross. 2006. High-resolution records of location and stratigraphic provenance from the rare earth element composition of fossil bones.Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70(17):4319-4562.

Wing S.L., 2004. Mass extinctions in plant evolution. In Taylor P.D. (ed.) Extinctions in the History of Life. Cambridge University Press. Pp. 61-98.

Zhu, R., R. Potts, F. Xie, K.A. Hoffman, C.L. Deng, C.D. Shi, Y.X Pan, H.Q. Wang, R.P. Shi, Y.C. Wang, G.H. Xhi, and N.Q. Wu. 2004. New evidence regarding the earliest human presence at high northern latitudes in northeast Asia. Nature 431:559-562.


Chaney, D.S., Sues, H.-D., and DiMichele, W.A. 2005. A juvenile skeleton of the nectridean amphibian Diplocaulus and associated flora and fauna from the Mitchell Creek Flats locality (upper Waggoner Ranch Formation; Early Permian), Baylor County, North-Central Texas, USA. In: S.G. Lucas and K.E. Zeigler, eds., The Nonmarine Permian. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 30: 39-47.

DiMichele, W.A., Gastaldo, R.A., and Pfefferkorn, H.W. 2005. Plant biodiversity partitioning in the Late Carboniferous and Early Permian and its implications for ecosystem assembly. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences 56 (supplement 1): 32-49.

DiMichele, W.A. and Chaney, D.S. 2005. Pennsylvanian-Permian fossil floras from the Cutler Group, Cañon del Cobre and Arroyo del Agua areas, in northern New Mexico. In: S.G. Lucas, K.E. Zeigler, and J.A. Speilmann, eds., The Permian of Central New Mexico. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 31: 26-33.

DiMichele, W.A., Tabor, N.J., and Chaney, D.S. 2005. Outcrop-scale Environmental Heterogeneity and Vegetational Complexity in the Permo-Carboniferous Markley Formation of North Central Texas. In: S.G. Lucas and K.E. Zeigler, eds., The Nonmarine Permian. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin 30: 60-66.

Gastaldo R.A., Adendorff R., Bamford M., Labandeira C.C., Neveling J. and Sims H., 2005. Taphonomic trends of macrofloral assemblages across the Permian-Triassic boundary, Karoo Basin, South Africa. Palaios 20: 480-498.

Harrington G.J., Clechenko, E.R. and Kelly D.C, 2005. Palynology and organic-carbon isotope ratios Palaeocene/Eocene boundary section in the North Dakota, USA. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 226: 214-232.

Kowalewski M., Kelley P.H., Bambach R.K., Baumiller T.K., Bengtson S., Brett C.E., Chin K., Culver S.J., Dietl G.P., Farlow F.J., Gahn F.J., Haynes G., Toltz T.R., Jenkins I., Labandeira C.C., Lipps J.H., van Valkenburgh B., Vermeij G.J. and Walker S.E., 2005. The fossil record of predation: methods, patterns, and processes. In: Kowalewski M. and Kelley P.H. (eds.). The Fossil Record of Predation. Paleontological Society Papers 8: 395-398.

Labandeira C.C., 2005. The fossil record of insect extinction: new approaches and future directions. American Entomologist 51: 10-25.

Labandeira C.C., 2005. Invasion of the continents: cyanobacterial crusts to tree-inhabiting arthropods. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 20: 253-262.

Labandeira C., 2005. Recent and exciting developments in understanding fossil insects and their terrestrial relatives. American Paleontologist 13: 8-11.
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Labandeira C., 2005. Book review of ''Atlas of Plants and Animals in Baltic Amber"", by W. Weitschat and W. Wichard [Friedrich Pfeil, 2002, 256 p.]". Geologica Acta 1:146-150.

Labandeira C.C., 2005. Fossil history of the Diptera and their associations with plants. In: Wiegmann B. and Yeates D. (eds.) The Evolutionary Biology of the Flies. New York: Columbia University Press, New York. Pages 217-273.

Lopez-Vaamonde C., Wikström N., Labandeira C.C., Goodman S., Godfray H.C.J., and Cook J.M., 2005. Fossil-calibrated molecular phylogenies reveal that leaf-mining moths radiated several million years after their host plants. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19: 1314-1326.

Reed, D.N., 2005. Taphonomic implications of roosting behavior and trophic habits in two species of African owl. Journal of Archaeological Science 32: 1669-1676.

Wing S.L., 2005. A paleontological perspective on plant extinction. In Krupnick, G., and Kress, J.W. (eds.) Plant Conservation - A Natural History Approach. University of Chicago Press. Pp. 43-53.

Wilf P., Labandeira C.C., Johnson K.R., Cuneo N.R., 2005. Richness of plant-insect associations in Eocene Patagonia: a legacy for South American biodiversity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 102: 8944-8948.

Miller M.F. and Labandeira C.C., 2005. Slow crawl across the salinity divide: delayed colonization of freshwater ecosystems by invertebrates. Geological Society of America Today 12(12): 4-10.

Wing S.L., Harrington G.J., Smith, F.A., Bloch J.I., Boyer D.M. and Freeman K.H., 2005. Transient floral change and rapid global warming at the Paleocene-Eocene boundary. Science 310: 993-996.


Bobe R., 2006. The evolution of arid ecosystems in eastern Africa. Journal of Arid Environments 66:564-584.

Cohen, A. S., G. M. Ashley, R. Potts, A. K. Behrensmeyer, and J. Quade. 2006. Paleoclimate and human evolution workshop. EOS 87(16):161.

Carrano M.T., and Velez-Juarbe J. 2006. Palaeoecology of the Quarry 9 vertebrate assemblage from Como Bluff, Wyoming (Morrison Formation, Late Jurassic). Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 237(2-4): 147-159.

DiMichele, W.A., Phillips, T.L., and Pfefferkorn, H.W. 2006. The paleoecology of late Paleozoic pteridosperms from tropical Euramerica. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society 133: 83-118.

DiMichele, W.A., Tabor, N.J., Chaney, D.S. and Nelson, W.J., 2006. From wetlands to wetspots: the fate and significance of Carboniferous elements in Early Permian coastal plain floras of North-Central Texas. In: Greb, S. and DiMichele, W.A., eds. Wetlands Through Time. Geological Society of America Special Publication 299: 223-248.

Greb, S.F., DiMichele, W.A., and Gastaldo, R.A. 2006. Evolution and importance of wetlands in Earth history. In: S. Greb and W.A. DiMichele, eds. Wetlands Through Time. Geological Society of America Special Publication 399: 1-40.

Labandeira C., 2006. The four phases of plant-arthropod associations in deep time. Geologica Acta 4: 409-438.

Labandeira, C.C. 2006. Silurian to Triassic plant and hexapod clades and their associations: new data, a review, and interpretations. Arthropod Systematics & Phylogeny 64: 53-94.

Labandeira, C.C. 2006. Neuroptera. McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science. E-journal.

Moreno K., Carrano, M.T. and Snyder R.A., 2006. Morphological Changes in Pedal Phalanges Through Ornithopod Dinosaur Evolution: A Biomechanical Approach. Journal of Morphology. 268: 50-63.

Petraglia, M. and R. Potts. 2004. The Old World Paleolithic and the Development of a National Collection, Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology No. 48. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC. 148 pp.

Ward, P., Labandeira, C.C., Laurin, M., and Berner, R. 2006. Romer’s Gap: a low oxygen interval constraining the timing of arthropod and tetrapod terrestrialization. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A. 103: 16818-16822.

Wilf P., Labandeira C.C., Johnson K.R., and Ellis B. 2006. Decoupled plant and insect diversity after the end-Cretaceous extinction. Science 313: 1112-1115.


Bobe, R., Alemseged, Z., Behrensmeyer, A.K. (Eds), 2007. Hominin Environments in the East African Pliocene: An Assessment of the Faunal Evidence. Vertebrate Paleobiology and Paleoanthropology Series, Springer, Dordrecht.

Behrensmeyer A.K., 2007. Bonebeds Through Time. Pp. 65-102 In: Rogers R.R., Eberth D.A. and Fiorillo A.R. (eds.) Bonebeds: Genesis, Analysis, and Paleobiological Significance. University of Chicago Press., Chicago IL, 499 pp.

Behrensmeyer A.K., Alemseged Z., R. Bobe R., 2007. Finale and future: Investigating faunal evidence for hominin paleoecology in East Africa. In: Bobe, R., Alemseged, Z., Behrensmeyer, A.K. (Eds.), Hominin Environments in the East African Pliocene: An Assessment of the Faunal Evidence.Springer, Dordrecht. pp. 333-345.

Behrensmeyer, K., R. Bobe, Z. Alemseged, 2007. Approaches to the analysis of faunal change during the East African Pliocene. In: Bobe, R., Alemseged, Z., Behrensmeyer, A.K. (Eds.), Hominin Environments in the East African Pliocene: An Assessment of the Faunal Evidence.Springer, Dordrecht. pp. 1-24.

Chaney, D.S. and DiMichele, W.A. 2007. Paleobotany in the redbeds (Clear Fork Group - Early Permian) of north central Texas. Proceedings of the XVth International Congress on Carboniferous and Permian Stratigraphy, pp. 357-366.

DiMichele, W.A., Falcon-Lang, H.J., Nelson, W.J., Elrick, S.D., and Ames, P.R. 2007. Ecological gradients within a Middle Pennsylvanian peat mire forest. Geology 35: 415-418.

DiMichele W.A.,Chaney D.S., Nelson W.J., Lucas S.G., Looy C.V., Quick K. and Wang Jun, 2007. A Low Diversity, Seasonal Tropical Landscape Dominated by Conifers and Peltasperms: Early Permian Abo Formation, New Mexico. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 145: 249-273.

DiMichele, W.A., Falcon-Lang, H.J., Nelson, W.J., Elrick, S.D., and Ames, P.R. 2007. Ecological gradients within a Middle Pennsylvanian peat mire forest. Geology 35: 415-418.

Harrington G.J. and Jaramillo C.A., 2007. Paratropical floral extinction in the Late Palaeocene-Early Eocene. Journal of the Geological Society of London. Journal of the Geological Society 164: 323-332.

Labandeira C.C., 2007. Assessing the fossil record of plant-insect associations: ichnodata versus body-fossil data. In: Bromley R., Buatois L., Genise J., Mangano M.G. and Melchor R. (eds.), Ichnology at the Crossroads: A Multidimensional Approach to the Science of Organism-Substrate Interactions. Society for Sedimentary Geology Special Publication, 88:3-21.

Labandeira C.C., 2007. The origin of herbivory on land: The initial pattern of live tissue consumption by arthropods. Insect Science, 14:259-274.

Labandeira, C.C. and Allen, E.M., 2007. Minimal insect herbivory: low levels for the Lower Permian Coprolite Bone Bed site of north-central Texas, USA. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 247:197-219.

Labandeira, C.C., Kvaček, J., and Mostovski, M.B. 2007. Pollination drops, pollen, and insect pollination of Mesozoic gymnosperms. Taxon 56:663-695

Looy C.V., 2007. Extending the range of derived Late Paleozoic conifers: Lebowskia gen. nov. (Majonicaceae). International Journal of Plant Sciences 168: 957-972.

Montañez, I.P., Tabor, N.J., Niemeier, D., DiMichele, W.A., Frank, T.D., Fielding, C.R., and Isbell, J.L. 2007. CO2-forced climate and vegetation instability during Late Paleozoic deglaciation. Science 315: 87-91.

Sarzetti, L., Labandeira, C.C., and Genise, J.F. 2007. Leaf-cutter bee trace fossils from Patagonia, Argentina (Curviphytichnus pseudocircus n. isp.) and the early history of South American Megachilidae (Hymenoptera). Palaeontology, 51 :933-941.

Smith, F.A., Wing, S.L., and Freeman, K. 2007. Magnitude of the carbon isotope excursion at the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum: the role of plant community change. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 262:50-65.

Wheat, C., Labandeira, C.C., Andolfatto, P., Beldade, P., Feng, Q.-L., Heckel, D.G., Jiggins, C., Simpson, R., and Vogel. 2007. A phylogenomic backbone for lepidopteran model systems, Journal of Insect Science, 7.

Willard, D.A., Phillips, T.L., Lesnikowska, A.D., and DiMichele, W.A. 2007. Paleoecology of the Late Pennsylvanian-Age Calhoun coal bed and implications for long-term dynamics of wetland ecosystems. International Journal of Coal Geology 69: 21-54.


Anderson M.T., Dempewolf J., Metzger K.L., Reed D.N., Serneels S. 2008. Generation and Maintenance of Heterogeneity in the Serengeti Ecosystem. Pp. 135-182 In A.R.E. Sinclair, C. Packer, J.M. Fryxell, and S.A.R. Mduma (Eds). Serengeti III. The Future of an Ecosystem. University of Chicago Press. Chicago, IL. 512pp.

Currano,E.D., P. Wilf, S.L. Wing, C.C. Labandeira, E.C. Lovelock, D.L. Royer, 2008. Sharply increased insect herbivory during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105: 1960-1964.

DiMichele, W.A, and Gastaldo, R.A., 2008. Plant paleoecology in deep time, Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden, 95: 144-198.

DiMichele W.A., Kerp, H., Tabor, N.J. and Looy C.V. 2008. The so-called “Paleophytic-Mesophytic” transition in equatorial Pangea – multiple biomes and vegetational tracking of climate change through geological time. Palaeoecology, Palaeclimatology, Palaeogeography, 268: 152-163.

Pfefferkorn, H.W., Gastaldo, R.A., DiMichele, W.A., and Phillips, T.L. 2008. Pennsylvanian Tropical Floras as a Far-field Record of Changing Climate. In: Fielding, C.R., Frank, T.D., and Isbell, J.L. (eds.): Resolving the Late Paleozoic Gondwanan Ice Age in Time and Space: GSA Special Paper 441, p. 305-316.

Secord R., Wing S.L., and Chew A. 2008. Stable isotopes in early Eocene mammals as indicators of forest canopy structure and resource partitioning. Paleobiology 34(2):282-300.


DiMichele, W.A., Nelson, W.J., Elrick, S., and Ames, P.R. 2009. Catastrophically buried middle Pennsylvanian Sigillaria and calamitean sphenopsids from Indiana, USA: What kind of vegetation was this? Palaios 24: 159-166.

DiMichele, W.A., Montañez, I.P., Poulsen, C.J. and Tabor, N.J. 2009. Climate and vegetational regime shifts in the late Paleozoic ice age earth. Geobiology 7(2): 200-226.

Falcon-Lang, H.J., Nelson, W.J., Elrick, S., Looy, C.V., Ames, P.R., and DiMichele, W.A. 2009. Incised channel-fills containing conifers indicate that seasonally dry vegetation dominated Pennsylvanian tropical lowlands. Geology 37: 923-926.

Lerner, A.J., Lucas, S.G., Spielmann, J.A., Krainer, K., DiMichele, W.A., Chaney, D.S., Schneider, J.W., Nelson, W.J., and Ivanov, A. 2009. The biota and paleoecology of the Upper Pennsylvanian (Missourian) Tinajas locality, Socorro County, New Mexico. In: Lueth, V.W., Lucas, S.G., and Chamberlin, R.M. (eds.) Geology of the Chupadera Mesa. New Mexico Geological Society, 60th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, pp. 267-280.

Lucas, S.G., DiMichele, W.A., Krainer, K., Chaney, D.S. and Spielmann, J.A. 2009. A coal-measure forest near Socorro, New Mexico. In: Lueth, V.W., Lucas, S.G., and Chamberlin, R.M. (eds.) Geology of the Chupadera Mesa. New Mexico Geological Society, 60th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, pp. 235-242.

Lyons, S.K. and Wagner, P.J. 2009. Using a macroecological approach to the fossil record to help inform conservation biology. Paleobiology Short Course. The Paleontological society.

Prevec R., Labandeira C.C., Neveling J., Gastaldo R.A., Looy, C. and Bamford M. 2009. Portrait of a Gondwanan ecosystem: a new Late Permian locality from KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Review of Paleobotany and Palynology. 156(3-4):454-493.

Ren, D., Labandeira, C.C., Santiago-Blay, J.A, Rasnitsyn, A., Shih, C.K., Bashkuev, A., Logan, M.A.V., Hotton, C.L, and Dilcher, D.L. 2009. A probably pollination mode before Angiosperms: Eurasian, Long-Proboscid Scorpionflies. Science, 326(5954):840-847.

Sarzetti, L.C., Labandeira, C.C., Muzon, J., Wilf, P.D., Cúneo, N.R., Johnson, K.R., and Genise, J. F. 2009. Odonatan Endophytic Oviposition from the Eocene of Patagonia: The Ichnogenus Paleovoidus and Implications for Behavorial Stasis. Journal of Paleontology, 83(3):431-447.

Wagner, P.J. and S. K. Lyons. 2009. Studying extinction with the fossil record. In: Magurran, A. and McGill, B (Eds.) Biological Diversity: frontiers in measurement.


DiMichele, W.A., Cecil, C.B., Montañez, I.P., and Falcon-Lang, H.J. 2010. Cyclic changes in Pennsylvanian paleoclimate and effects on floristic dynamics in tropical Pangaea. International Journal of Coal Geology. In press.

DiMichele, W.A., Chaney, D.S., Kerp, H., and Lucas, S.G. 2010. Late Pennsylvanian floras in western equatorial Pangaea, Cañon del Cobre, New Mexico. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin. In press.

Green, W. A. 2010. The Function of the Aerenchyma in Arborescent Lycopsids: Evidence of an Unfamiliar Metabolic Strategy. Proceedings of the Royal Society B.

Green, W. A., G. Hunt, S. L. Wing, W. A. DiMichele. 2011. Does extinction wield an axe or pruning shears? How interactions between phylogeny and ecology affect patterns of extinction. Paleobiology 37(1):72-91.

Hotton, C.L. and Baghai-Riding, N.L. 2010. Palynological evidence for conifer dominance within a heterogeneous landscape in the Late Jurassic Morrison Formation, U.S.A. In: Gee, C.T. (ed.): Plants in Deep Mesozoic Time: Morphological Innovations, Phylogeny, Ecosystems. Indiana University Press. Bloomington, Indiana, U.S.A.

Prevec, R., Gastaldo, R.A., Neveling, J., Reid, S.B., Looy, C.V., 2010. An autochthonous glossopterid flora with Latest Permian and Early Triassic palynomorphs from the Dicynodon Assemblage Zone of the southern Karoo Basin, South Africa. 292(3): 391-408

Lyons, S. K. and F. A. Smith. 2010. Using a macroecology approach to study the fossil record. pp. 117-141 In J. Alroy and G. Hunt (eds.), Quantitative methods for studying paleobiology. Volume 16. The Paleontological Society Papers.

Lyons, S.K., Wagner, P.J. and Dzikiewicz, K., 2010. Ecological correlates of range shifts of Late Pleistocene mammals. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, 365(1558): 3681-3693.

Wagner, P.J. and S. K. Lyons. 2010. Studying extinction with the fossil record. In: Magurran, A. and McGill, B (Eds.) Biological Diversity: frontiers in measurement.


Harrington, G.J., Eberle, J., Le-Page, B.A., Dawson, M. and Hutchison, J.H. 2012. Arctic plant diversity in the Early Eocene greenhouse. In Proc. R. Soc. B , 279 (1733):1515-1521.

Wing, S.L., Strömberg, C.A., Hickey, L.J., Tiver, F., Willis, B., Burnham, R.J. and Behrensmeyer, A.K. 2012. Floral and environmental gradients on a Late Cretaceous landscape. Ecological Monographs, 82(1): 23-47.


Faith, J.T. and Behrensmeyer, A.K., 2013. Climate change and faunal turnover: testing the mechanics of the turnover-pulse hypothesis with South African fossil data. Paleobiology, 39(4): 609-627.

Labandeira, C.C. and Dunne, J.A. 2014. Data sets for: “Highly resolved early Eocene food webs show development of modern trophic structure after the end-Cretaceous extinction.” DRYAD Digital Repository, doi: 10.5061/dryad.ps0f0

Looy, C.V. 2013. Natural history of a plant trait: branch-system abscission in Paleozoic conifers and its environmental, autecological, and ecosystem implications in a fire-prone world. Paleobiology, 39 (2):235-252.

Shockley, F.W. and Greenwalt, D. 2013. Ptenidium kishenehnicum (Coleoptera: Ptiliidae), a new fossil described from the Kishenehn oil shales, with a checklist of previously known fossil ptiliids. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington, 115(2): 173-181.

Wing, S.L and Currano, E.C. 2013. The response of plants to a global greenhouse event 56 million years ago. American Journal of Botany 100: 1234-1254.


Blois, J.L., Gotelli, N.J., Behrensmeyer, A.K., Faith, J.T., Lyons, S.K., Williams, J.W., Amatangelo, K.L., Bercovici, A., Du, A., Eronen, J., Graves, G.R., Jud, N., Labandeira, C.C., Looy, C., McGill, B., Patterson, D., Potts, R., Riddle, B., Terry, R., Tóth, A., Villaseñor, A., and Wing, S. 2014. The influence of climate, dispersal limitation, and biotic interactions on species associations among fossil pollen taxa across the late Quaternary. Ecography 37.

Carvalho, M., Wilf, P., Barrios, H., Windsor, D.M., Currano, E.D., Labandeira, C.C., and Jaramillo, C.A. 2014. Insect leaf-chewing damage tracks herbivore richness in modern and ancient forests. PLoS ONE, 9(5), e94950.

Ding, Q., Labandeira, C.C. and Ren, D. 2014. Biology of a leaf miner (Coleoptera) on Liaoningocladus boii (Coniferales) from the Early Cretaceous of northeastern China: Evidence in search of a culprit. Arthropod Systematics & Phylogeny 72: 281‒308.

Donovan, M.P., Wilf, P., Labandeira, C.C., Johnson, K.R. and Peppe, D.J. 2014. Novel insect leaf-mining after the end-Cretaceous extinction and the demise of Cretaceous leaf miners, Great Plains, USA. PLoS ONE, 9(7): e103542.

Feng, Z.., Scheneider, J.W., Labandeira, C.C., Kretzschmar, R., and Rößler, R. 2014. A specialized feeding habit of Early Permian oribatid mites. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 417: 121‒125.

Greenwalt, D.E. and Bechly, G., 2014. A re-description of the fossil damselfly Eolestes syntheticus Cockerell, 1940 (Odonata: Zygoptera: Eolestidae n. fam.) with description of new taxa from the Eocene of North America. Zootaxa, 3887(2): 138-156.

Labandeira, C.C. 2014. Amber. In: Reading and Writing of the Fossil Record: Preservational Pathways to Exceptional Fossilization, M. Laflamme, J. Schiffbauer, and S. Darroch (eds.), Paleontological Society Papers, 20: 163‒215.

Labandeira, C.C. 2014. Why did terrestrial insect diversity not increase during the angiosperm radiation? Mid-Mesozoic, plant-associated insect lineages harbor some clues. In: Pontarotti, P. (ed.), Evolutionary Biology: Genome Evolution, Speciation, Coevolution and the Origin of Life: 261‒299. Springer, Cham, Switzerland.

Dunne, J.A., Labandeira, C.C., and Williams, R.J. 2014. Highly resolved early Eocene food webs show development of modern trophic structure after the end-Cretaceous extinction. Proceedings of the Royal Society B (Biological Sciences), 281: 20133280.

Labandeira, C.C., and Prevec, R. 2014. Plant paleopathology and the roles of pathogens and insects. International Journal of Paleopathology, 4: 1‒16.

Looy, C.V. and Hotton, C.L., 2014. Spatiotemporal relationships among Late Pennsylvanian plant assemblages: Palynological evidence from the Markley Formation, West Texas, USA. Review of palaeobotany and palynology, 211: 10-27.

Miller, J.H., Behrensmeyer, A.K., Du, A., Lyons, S.K., Patterson, D., Tóth, A., Villaseñor, A., Kanga, E. and Reed, D., 2014. Ecological fidelity of functional traits based on species presence-absence in a modern mammalian bone assemblage (Amboseli, Kenya). Paleobiology, 40(4): 560-583.

Schachat, S., and Labandeira, C.C. 2014. Evolution of a complex behavior: the origin and initial diversification of foliar galling by Permian insects. The Science of Nature 102: 14

Schachat, S., Labandeira, C.C., Gordon, J., Chaney, D., Levi, S., Halthore, M.S., and Alvarez, J. 2014. Plant‒insect interactions from Early Permian (Kungurian) Colwell Creek Pond, north-central Texas: the early spread of herbivory in clastic environments. International Journal of Plant Sciences, 175: 855‒890.

Tóth, A.B., Lyons, S.K. and Behrensmeyer, A.K., 2014. A century of change in Kenya's mammal communities: increased richness and decreased uniqueness in six protected areas. PloS one, 9(4): e93092.

Tóth, A.B., Lyons, S.K. and Behrensmeyer, A.K., 2014. Mammals of Kenya's protected areas from 1888 to 2013. Ecology, 95(6), pp.1711-1711.

Vršanský, P., Oružinský, R., Barna, P., Vidlička, Ľ, and Labandeira, C.C. 2014. Native Ectobius (Blattaria: Ectobiidae) from the middle Eocene Green River Formation of Colorado, USA, and its reintroduction to North America 49 million years later. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 107: 28‒36.

Wappler, T., Guilbert, C., Wedmann, S., and Labandeira, C.C. 2015. Morphological and behavioral convergence in extinct and extant bugs: The: systematics and biology of a new unusual fossil lace bug from the Eocene. PLoS ONE, 10(8): e0133330

Wilf, P., and Labandeira, C.C. 2014. The fossil record of mutualisms. Pp. 39–41, plate 1, in Wieblen, G.D. and Treiber, E.L., Evolutionary origins and diversification of mutualism. IN: Bronstein, J., (ed.), Mutualism. Oxford University Press

Yang, Q., Wang, Y., Labandeira, C.C., Shih, C., and Ren, D. 2014. Mesozoic butterfly-like lacewings from China provide phylogenetic insight into evolution of the Kalligrammatidae (Neuroptera). BMC Evolutionary Biology, 14: 126.


Crowley, B.E., J.H. Miller, and C. Bataille, 2015. Strontium isotopes (87Sr/86Sr) in terrestrial ecological and paleoecological research: empirical efforts and recent advances in continental- scale models. Biological Reviews. doi: 10.1111/brv.12217

Ding, Q., Labandeira, C.C., and Ren, D. 2015. Insect herbivore patterns on broadleaved conifers from the mid Mesozoic of Northeastern China. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 440: 259–273.

Doorenweerd, C., van Nieukerken, E.J., Sohn, J.-C., and Labandeira, C.C. (2015) A revised checklist of Nepticulidae fossils (Lepidoptera) indicates an Early Cretaceous origin. Zootaxa, 3963(3): 295–334.

Falcon-Lang, H.J., Labandeira, C.C., and Kirk, R. 2015. Herbivorous and detritivorous arthropod trace fossils associated with sub-humid vegetation in the Middle Pennsylvanian of southern Britain. Palaios, 30: 192–206.

Haug, J.T., Santiago-Blay, J.A., Haug, C., Brown, S., and Labandeira, C.C. 2015. Life habits, hox genes, and affinities of a 311 million-year-old holometabolan larva. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 15: 208

Schachat, S., Labandeira, C.C., and Chaney, D.S. 2015. Insect herbivory from early Permian Mitchell Creek Flats of north-central Texas: opportunism in a balanced component community. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 440: 830–847.

Sohn, J.-C., Labandeira, C.C., and Davis, D. 2015. The fossil record and taphonomy of butterflies and moths (Insecta, Lepidoptera): implications for evolutionary diversity and divergence-time estimates. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 15: 12

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