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Labandeira, C. C., Eble G. J.2001The fossil record of insect diversity and disparity
P. Wilf, and, Labandeira C. C.1999Early Paleogene warm climates and biosphere dynamics
A. L. Beck, Labandeira C. C.1998Early Permian insect folivory on a gigantopterid-dominated riparian flora from north-central Texas
J. B. Bennington, Dimichele, W. A., Badgley, C., Bambach, R. K., Barrett, P. M., Behrensmeyer, A. K., Bobe, R., Burnham, R. J., Daeschler, E. B., Van Dam, J., Eronen, J. T., Erwin, D. H., Finnegan, S., Holland, S. M., Hunt, G., Jablonski, D., Jackson, S. T., Jacobs, B. E., Kidwell, S. M., Koch, P. L., Kowalewski, M. J., Labandeira, C. C., Looy, C. V., Lyons, S. K., Novack-Gottshalle, P. M., Potts, R., Roopnarine, P. D., Stromberg, C. A. E., Sues, H. - D., Wagner, P. J., Wilf, P., Wing, S. L.2009Critical issues of scale in paleoecology
R. G. Bromley, BUATOIS, L. U. I. S. A., Genise, J. F., Labandeira, C. C., Mángano, G. M., MELCHOR, R. N., Schlirf, M., Uchman, A.2007Comments on the paper "Reconnaissace of Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation ichonofossils, Rocky Mountain Region, USA: Paleoenvironmental, stratigraphic, and Paleoclimatic significance of terrestrial and freshwater ichnocoenoses" by Stephen T. Hasiotis
Labandeira, C. C.2004Recent approaches in using plant-insect associational data: quantifying and qualifying the past
E. D. Currano, Labandeira, C. C., Wilf, P.2010Fossil insect folivory tracks paleotemperature for six million years
E. D. Currano, Wilf, P., Wing, S. L., Labandeira, C. C., Lovelock, E. C., Royer, D. L.0Sharply increased insect herbivory during the Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum
W. A. Dimichele, Behrensmeyer, A. K., Olszewski, T. D., Labandeira, C. C., Pandolfi, J. M., Wing, S. L., Bobe, R.2004Long-term stasis in ecological assemblages: evidence from the fossil record
R. A. GASTALDO, ADENDORFF, R., Bamford, M., Labandeira, C. C., NEVELING, J., SIMS, H.2005Taphonomic Trends of Macrofloral Assemblages Across the Permian-Triassic Boundary, Karoo Basin, South Africa
Labandeira, C. C., Johnson, K. R., Lang, P.2002The Hell Creek Formation of the northern Great Plains
D. Hughes, Wappler, T., Labandeira, C. C.2010Ancient death-grip leaf scars reveal ant-fungal parasitism
N. C. Hughes, Labandeira C. C.1995The stability of species in taxonomy
C. C. Labandeira2011Evidence for an Earliest Late Carboniferous divergence time and the early larval ecology and diversification of major Holometabola lineages
C. C. Labandeira2010The pollination of Mid Mesozoic seed plants and the early history of long-proboscid insects
C. C. Labandeira2007The origin of herbivory on land: initial patterns of plant tissue consumption by arthropods
C. C. Labandeira2006The four phases of plant-arthropod associations in deep time
C. C. Labandeira2006Silurian to Triassic plant and hexapod clades and their associations: new data, a review, and interpretations
C. C. Labandeira2005Recent and exciting developments in understanding fossil insects and their terrestrial relatives
C. C. Labandeira2005Invasion of the continents: cyanobacterial crusts to tree-inhabiting arthropods
C. C. Labandeira2005The fossil record of insect Extinction: New approaches and future Directions
C. C. Labandeira2003Reading the tree leaves
C. C. Labandeira2002Paleobiology of middle Eocene plant-insect associations from the Pacific Northwest: a preliminary report
C. C. Labandeira2001Rise and Diversification of Insects
C. C. Labandeira2000The paleobiology of pollination and its precursors
C. C. Labandeira2000New uses of insect associational data for addressing major themes in plant paleobiology
C. C. Labandeira1999Extinction at the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary
C. C. Labandeira1998Early history of arthropod and vascular plant associations
C. C. Labandeira1998How old is the flower and the fly?
C. C. Labandeira1998The fossil history and antecedents of inect pollination
C. C. Labandeira1998The role of insects in Late Jurassic to Middle Cretaceous ecosystems
C. C. Labandeira1997Insect mouthparts: ascertaining the paleobiology of insect feeding strategies
C. C. Labandeira1997Permian pollen eating
C. C. Labandeira1993The real meaning of insect fossils
C. C. Labandeira1993"What's New with Fossil Insects?"
C. C. Labandeira1989Oldest insect identified
C. C. Labandeira0The long-proboscid pollination syndrome in Mid Mesozoic Eurasia: implictions for Yixian Formation age
C. C. Labandeira, Allen E. G.2007Minimal insect herbivory for the Lower Permian Coprolite Bone Bed site of north-central Texas, USA, and comparison to other Late Paleozoic floras
C. C. Labandeira, Beall, B. C., Hueber, F. M.1988Early insect diversification: evidence from a Lower Devonian bristletail from Québec
C. C. Labandeira, Dilcher, D. L., Davis, D. R., Wagner, D. L.1994Ninety-seven million years of angiosperm insect association: paleobiological insights into the meaning of coevolution
C. C. Labandeira2002The history of associations between plants and animals
C. C. Labandeira, Johnson, K. R., Wilf, P.2002Impact of the terminal Cretaceous event on plant–insect associations
C. C. Labandeira, Kvacek, J., Mostovski, M. B.2007Pollination drops, pollen, and insect pollination of Mesozoic gymnosperms
Labandeira, C. C.2004Eocene plant-insect associational diversity at Laguna del Hunco, Patagonia, Argentina
C. C. Labandeira, LePage, B. A., Johnson, A. H.2001A Dendroctonus Bark Engraving (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) From A Middle Eocene Larix (Coniferales: Pinaceae): Early Or Delayed Colonization?
C. C. Labandeira, Phillips T. L.1996Insect fluid-feeding on Upper Pennsylvanian tree ferns (Palaeodictyoptera, Marattiales) and the early history of the piercing and sucking functional feeding group
C. C. Labandeira, Phillips, T. L., Norton, R. A.1997Oribatid mites and the decomposition of plant tissues in Paleozoic coral-swamp forests
C. C. Labandeira, Phillips T. L.1996A Carboniferous insect gall: insight into early ecologic history of the Holometabola
C. C. Labandeira, Sepkosk, Jr. J. J.1993Insect diversity in the fossil record


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