Literature

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Labandeira, C. C.2005Fossil history and evolutionary ecology of Diptera and their associations with plants
P. Wilf, Labandeira C. C.2000Effects of Paleocene-Eocene warming on insect herbivory
L. C. Sarzetti, Labandeira, C. C., Genise, J. F.2009Melittosphex (Hymenoptera: Melittosphecidae), a primitive bee and not a wasp
L. J. Pribyl, Labandeira, C. C., Kohls, D.1998Biodiversity and taphonomy of fossil insects from the Green River formation, Piceance Creek Basin, Colorado, USA
L. J. Pribyl, Labandeira, C. C., Kohls, D.1998Biodiversity and Taphonomy of fossil insects from the green river formation, Piceance Creek Basin, Colorado, USA
E. Peñalver, Labandeira, C. C., BARRÓN, E., Delclós, X., Nel, P., Nel, A., Tafforeau, P., Soriano, C.2012Thrips pollination of Mesozoic gymnosperms
Labandeira, C. C.2000The fossil associations of arthropods with other organisms: data, patterns, analyses, and theoretical questions
Labandeira, C. C.1998Lower and Middle Cretaceous Terrestrial Ecosystems
C. C. Labandeira, Wilf, P., Kress, W. J., Staines, C. L., Windsor, D. M., Allen, A. L., Johnson, K. R.2001Tracking the Cretaceous radiations of insects and angiosperms: the case of hispines on gingers
C. C. Labandeira, Scott, A. C., Mapes, R., Mapes, G.1994The biologic degradation of wood through time: new insights from Paleozoic mites and Cretaceous termites
C. C. Labandeira, Santiago-Blay J. A.0Abdominal legs of Middle Pennsylvanian Srokalarva: early expression of the distal-less gene in holometabolous insects
C. C. Labandeira, Phillips T. L.1992Ecological response of plant consumers to Middle-Upper Pennsylvanian extinction in Illinois Basin coal swamps: evidence from plant/arthropod interactions
C. C. Labandeira, Phillips T. L.1996A Carboniferous insect gall: insight into early ecological history of the Holometabola
C. C. Labandeira, Phillips T. L.2002Stem borings and petiole galls of tree ferns from the Late Pennsylvanian tree ferns of Illinois, USA: implications for the origin of the borer and galler functional-feeding group and holometabolous insects
C. C. Labandeira, Le Page, B. A., Johnson, A. H.2001Colonization of Larix (Pinaceae) by Dendroctonus bark beetles (Scolytidae): ancient association or subsequent transfer?
C. C. Labandeira, Nufio, C., Wing, S., Davis, D.1995Insect feeding strategies from the Late Cretaceous Big Cedar Ridge Flora: comparing the diversity and intensity of Mesozoic herbivory with the present
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, Johnson, K. R., Lang, P.0Insect extinction at the end of the Cretaceous
C. C. Labandeira, Hueber F. M.1988Structure and inferred life-habits of an Early Devonian bristletail: what does the earliest known insect tell us about the origin of insects?
C. C. Labandeira, Dilcher D. L.1993Insect functional feeding groups from the Mid-Cretaceous Dakota Formation of Kansas and Nebraska: evidence for early radiation of herbivores on angiosperms
C. C. Labandeira, Beal, B. S., Hueber, F. M.1988Early insect diversification: evidence from a Lower Devonian bristletail from Quebec
C. C. Labandeira0The Paleozoic origin of diverse and significant insect herbivory, Moscow
C. C. Labandeira0How have insects partitioned the food resource during the past 420 million years. 2000
C. C. Labandeira0Diptera and the long-proboscid pollination mode of the Mid Mesozoic
C. C. Labandeira1988Description and systematic assignment of a Lower Devonian (Lower Emsian) insect from Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec, Canada
C. C. Labandeira1989Use of fossil insects in paleoclimatologic reconstruction
C. C. Labandeira1990Rethinking the diets of Carboniferous terrestrial arthropods: evidence for a nexus of arthropod/vascular plant interactions
C. C. Labandeira1991Evidence for Pennsylvanian stem-mining and the early history of complete metamorphosis in insects
C. C. Labandeira1994A compendium of fossil insect families
C. C. Labandeira1995The evolution of behavioural diversity through time: how the fossil record of plant/insect interactions is used for testing hypotheses in evolutionary biology
C. C. Labandeira1996Insect biodiversity and the geological record: implications for the modern era
C. C. Labandeira1996The presence of a distinctive insect herbivore fauna during the Late Paleozoic
C. C. Labandeira1997Multiply way of documenting the fossil record of insect feeding strategies
C. C. Labandeira1998The fossil history and antecedents of insect pollination
C. C. Labandeira1998The fossil history of spore and pollen comsumption by insects: implications for the origin of pollination
C. C. Labandeira1998The fossil history of spore and pollen consumption by insects: implications for the origin of pollination
C. C. Labandeira1998Macroevolutionary study of plant-insect associations
C. C. Labandeira1998The Paleozoic origin of diverse and significant insect herbivory: rejection of the expanding resources hypothesis
C. C. Labandeira1998Plant-insect associations from the fossil record
C. C. Labandeira1999Reinventory the herbivory: associations between plants and insects during the Mesozoic
C. C. Labandeira2001420 million years of insects associating with plants: patterns and processes
C. C. Labandeira2001420 million years of plant-insect associations and the generation of diversity on land
C. C. Labandeira2001Terminal Cretaceous devastation of plant-insect associations
C. C. Labandeira2003Mouthparts, nectarivory and pollinivory by adult Brachycerous Diptera during the Mid-Mesozoic
Labandeira, C. C.2002The fossil record of predation
K. Johnson, Nichols, D., Labandeira, C. C., Pearson, D.2000Devastation of terrestrial ecosystems at the K-T boundary in North America: the first calibrated record of plant and animal response to the Chicxulub impact
E. F. Greenfast, Labandeira C. C.1997Insect folivory on a Lower Permian (Sakmarian) riparian flora from north-central Texas
Labandeira, C. C.2000Phanerozoic terrestrial ecosystems
E. D. Currano, Labandeira, C. C., Wilf, P.2009Dynamics of plant - insect herbivore interactions during Late Paleocene and Early Eocene environmental perturbations in the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming, USA. Climatic and Biotic Events of the Paleogene, CBEP
Labandeira, C. C.2008Ichnology at the crossroads: a multidimensional approach to the science of organism-substrate interactions

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