Michael C. Grundler

2014- University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
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Holmes IA, Grundler MC. (2022) Phylogenetically under-dispersed gut microbiomes are not correlated with host genomic heterozygosity in a genetically diverse reptile community. Molecular Ecology
Grundler MC, Rabosky DL, Zapata F. (2022) Fast Likelihood Calculations for Automatic Identification of Macroevolutionary Rate Heterogeneity in Continuous and Discrete Traits. Systematic Biology
Jacobs SJ, Grundler MC, Henriquez CL, et al. (2021) An integrative genomic and phenomic analysis to investigate the nature of plant species in Escallonia (Escalloniaceae). Scientific Reports. 11: 24013
Grundler MC, Rabosky DL. (2021) Rapid increase in snake dietary diversity and complexity following the end-Cretaceous mass extinction. Plos Biology. 19: e3001414
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
Grundler MC, Rabosky DL. (2020) Complex ecological phenotypes on phylogenetic trees: a Markov process model for comparative analysis of multivariate count data. Systematic Biology
Grundler MC. (2020) SquamataBase: a natural history database and R package for comparative biology of snake feeding habits. Biodiversity Data Journal. 8: e49943
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
Grundler MC, Rabosky DL. (2014) Trophic divergence despite morphological convergence in a continental radiation of snakes. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 281
Rabosky DL, Donnellan SC, Grundler M, et al. (2014) Analysis and visualization of complex macroevolutionary dynamics: an example from Australian scincid lizards. Systematic Biology. 63: 610-27
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