Dan Rabosky, Ph.D.

Integrative Biology University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, United States 
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Singhal S, Colston TJ, Grundler MR, et al. (2020) Congruence and conflict in the higher-level phylogenetics of squamate reptiles: an expanded phylogenomic perspective. Systematic Biology
Westeen EP, Durso AM, Grundler MC, et al. (2020) What makes a fang? Phylogenetic and ecological controls on tooth evolution in rear-fanged snakes. Bmc Evolutionary Biology. 20: 80
Laudanno G, Haegeman B, Rabosky DL, et al. (2020) Detecting Lineage-Specific Shifts in Diversification: A Proper Likelihood Approach. Systematic Biology
Grundler MC, Rabosky DL. (2020) Complex ecological phenotypes on phylogenetic trees: a Markov process model for comparative analysis of multivariate count data. Systematic Biology
Rabosky DL. (2020) Speciation rate and the diversity of fishes in freshwaters and the oceans Journal of Biogeography. 47: 1207-1217
Chang J, Rabosky DL, Alfaro ME. (2019) Estimating diversification rates on incompletely-sampled phylogenies: theoretical concerns and practical solutions. Systematic Biology
Holmes IA, Monagan IV, Rabosky DL, et al. (2019) Metabolically similar cohorts of bacteria exhibit strong cooccurrence patterns with diet items and eukaryotic microbes in lizard guts. Ecology and Evolution. 9: 12471-12481
von May R, Catenazzi A, Santa-Cruz R, et al. (2019) Thermal physiological traits in tropical lowland amphibians: Vulnerability to climate warming and cooling. Plos One. 14: e0219759
Grundler MR, Singhal S, Cowan MA, et al. (2019) Is genomic diversity a useful proxy for census population size? Evidence from a species-rich community of desert lizards. Molecular Ecology
Rabosky DL, von May R, Grundler MC, et al. (2019) The Western Amazonian Richness Gradient for Squamate Reptiles: Are There Really Fewer Snakes and Lizards in Southwestern Amazonian Lowlands? Diversity. 11: 199
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