Conrad C. Labandeira, Ph.D

Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, United States 
Paleobiology, Insects
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Feng Z, Wan S, Sui Q, et al. (2022) A Triassic tritrophic triad documents an early food-web cascade. Current Biology : Cb
Buatois LA, Davies NS, Gibling MR, et al. (2022) The Invasion of the Land in Deep Time: Integrating Paleozoic Records of Paleobiology, Ichnology, Sedimentology, and Geomorphology. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Xiao L, Labandeira CC, Dilcher DL, et al. (2022) Data, metrics, and methods for arthropod and fungal herbivory at the dawn of angiosperm diversification: The Rose Creek plant assemblage of Nebraska, U.S.A. Data in Brief. 42: 108170
Maccracken SA, Miller IM, Johnson KR, et al. (2022) Insect herbivory on Catula gettyi gen. et sp. nov. (Lauraceae) from the Kaiparowits Formation (Late Cretaceous, Utah, USA). Plos One. 17: e0261397
Xiao L, Labandeira CC, Ren D. (2021) Insect herbivory immediately before the eclipse of the gymnosperms: The Dawangzhangzi plant assemblage of Northeastern China. Insect Science
Xiao L, Labandeira CC, Yair BD, et al. (2021) Early Cretaceous mealybug herbivory on a laurel highlights the deep-time history of angiosperm-scale insect associations. The New Phytologist
Xiao L, Labandeira C, Dilcher D, et al. (2021) Florivory of Early Cretaceous flowers by functionally diverse insects: implications for early angiosperm pollination. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 288: 20210320
Carvalho MR, Jaramillo C, de la Parra F, et al. (2021) Extinction at the end-Cretaceous and the origin of modern Neotropical rainforests. Science (New York, N.Y.). 372: 63-68
Labandeira CC. (2021) Ecology and Evolution of Gall-Inducing Arthropods: The Pattern From the Terrestrial Fossil Record Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 9
Donovan MP, Wilf P, Iglesias A, et al. (2020) Persistent biotic interactions of a Gondwanan conifer from Cretaceous Patagonia to modern Malesia. Communications Biology. 3: 708
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