Literature

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T. J. Bradley, Briscoe, A. D., Brady, S. G., Contreras, H. L., Danforth, B. N., Dudley, R., Grimaldi, D., Harrison, J. F., Kaiser, J. A., Merlin, C., Reppert, S. M., VandenBrooks, J. M., Yanoviak, S. P.2009Episodes in insect evolution
S. G. Brady, Litman, J. R., Danforth, B. N.2011Rooting phylogenies using gene duplications: An empirical example from the bees (Apoidea)
S. G. Brady, Sipes, S., Pearson, A., Danforth, B. N.2006Recent and simultaneous origins of eusociality in halictid bees
S. Cardinal, Danforth B. N.2013Bees diversified in the age of eudicots
S. Cardinal, Straka, J., Danforth, B. N.2010Comprehensive phylogeny of apid bees reveals the evolutionary origins and antiquity of cleptoparasitism
B. N. Danforth2002Evolution of sociality in a primitively eusocial lineage of bees
B. N. Danforth1996Phylogenetic analysis and taxonomic revision of the Perdita subgenera Macrotera, Macroteropsis, Macroterella and Cockerellula (Hymenoptera: Andrenidae)
B. N. Danforth, Ascher J.1999Flowers and insect evolution
B. N. Danforth, Brady, S. G., Sipes, S. D., Pearson, A.2004Single-copy nuclear genes recover Cretaceous-age divergences in bees
B. N. Danforth, Eardley, C., Packer, L., Walker, K., Pauly, A., Randrianambinintsoa, F. J.2008Phylogeny of Halictidae with an emphasis on endemic African Halictinae
B. N. Danforth, Fang, J., Sipes, S.2006Analysis of family-level relationships in bees (Hymenoptera: Apiformes) using 28S and two previously unexplored nuclear genes: CAD and RNA polymerase II
B. N. Danforth, Ji S.2001Australian Lasioglossum + Homalictus form a monophyletic group: resolving the "Australian enigma"
B. N. Danforth, Marshall C. J.2003Eickwort's manual of insect morphology
B. N. Danforth, Michener C. D.1988Wing folding in the Hymenoptera
B. N. Danforth, Poinar, Jr G. O.2011Morphology, classification, and antiquity of Melittosphex burmensis (Apoidea: Melittosphecidae) and implications for early bee evolution
B. N. Danforth, Sipes, S., Fang, J., Brady, S. G.2006The history of early bee diversification based on five genes plus morphology
V. H. Gonzalez, Griswold, T., Praz, C. J., Danforth, B. N.2012Phylogeny of the bee family Megachilidae (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) based on adult morphology)
C. -ping Lin, Danforth, B. N., Wood, T. K.2004Molecular phylogenetics and evolution of maternal care in membracine treehoppers
T. De Meulemeester, Michez, D., Aytekin, A. M., Danforth, B. N.2012Taxonomic affinity of halictid bee fossils (Hymenoptera: Anthophila) based on geometric morphometrics analyses of wing shape
S. Patiny, Michez, D., Danforth, B. N.2008Phylogenetic relationships and host-plant evolution within the basal clade of Halictidae (Hymenoptera, Apoidea)
G. O. Poinar, Jr, Danforth B. N.2006A fossil bee from Early Cretaceous Burmese amber
C. J. Praz, MÜLLER, A., Danforth, B. N., Griswold, T. L., Widmer, A., Dorn, S.2008Phylogeny and biogeography of bees of the tribe Osmiini (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae)
W. T. Wcislo, Danforth B. N.1997Secondary solitary: the evolutionary loss of social behavior
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