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brian d. farrell
brian d. farrell
Professor of Biology, Harvard university
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" Inordinate Fondness" explained: why are there So many beetles?
BD Farrell
Science 281 (5376), 555-559, 1998
9901998
The phylogenetic study of adaptive zones: has phytophagy promoted insect diversification?
C Mitter, B Farrell, B Wiegmann
The American Naturalist 132 (1), 107-128, 1988
7741988
The beetle tree of life reveals that C oleoptera survived end‐P ermian mass extinction to diversify during the C retaceous terrestrial revolution
DD Mckenna, AL Wild, K Kanda, CL Bellamy, RG Beutel, MS Caterino, ...
Systematic Entomology 40 (4), 835-880, 2015
5542015
Escalation of plant defense: do latex and resin canals spur plant diversification?
BD Farrell, DE Dussourd, C Mitter
The American Naturalist 138 (4), 881-900, 1991
4981991
The evolution of agriculture in beetles (Curculionidae: Scolytinae and Platypodinae)
BD Farrell, AS Sequeira, BC O'Meara, BB Normark, JH Chung, BH Jordal
Evolution 55 (10), 2011-2027, 2001
4852001
Molecular and morphological phylogenetics of weevils (Coleoptera, Curculionoidea): do niche shifts accompany diversification?
AE Marvaldi, AS Sequeira, CW O'Brien, BD Farrell
Systematic biology 51 (5), 761-785, 2002
4162002
Temporal lags and overlap in the diversification of weevils and flowering plants
DD McKenna, AS Sequeira, AE Marvaldi, BD Farrell
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (17), 7083-7088, 2009
3952009
IS SPECIALIZATION A DEAD END? THE PHYLOGENY OF HOST USE IN DENDROCTONUS BARK BEETLES (SCOLYTIDAE)
ST Kelley, BD Farrell
Evolution 52 (6), 1731-1743, 1998
3951998
Phylogenetic studies of insect-plant interactions: insights into the genesis of diversity
C Mitter, B Farrell, DJ Futuyma
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 6 (9), 290-293, 1991
2741991
Tropical forests are both evolutionary cradles and museums of leaf beetle diversity
DD McKenna, BD Farrell
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (29), 10947-10951, 2006
2462006
Evolutionary assembly of the milkweed fauna: Cytochrome oxidase I and the age of Tetraopesbeetles
BD Farrell
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 18 (3), 467-478, 2001
2352001
Endosymbiont phylogenesis in the Dryophthoridae weevils: evidence for bacterial replacement
C Lefevre, H Charles, A Vallier, B Delobel, B Farrell, A Heddi
Molecular biology and evolution 21 (6), 965-973, 2004
2122004
Diversification at the insect-plant interface
BD Farrell, C Mitter, DJ Futuyma
BioScience 42 (1), 34-42, 1992
2121992
Phylogeny and evolution of S taphyliniformia and S carabaeiformia: forest litter as a stepping stone for diversification of nonphytophagous beetles
DD Mckenna, BD Farrell, MS Caterino, CW Farnum, DC Hawks, ...
Systematic Entomology 40 (1), 35-60, 2015
2092015
PHYLOGENESIS OF INSECT/PLANT INTERACTIONS: HAVE PHYLLOBROTICA LEAF BEETLES (CHRYSOMELIDAE) AND THE LAMIALES DIVERSIFIED IN …
B Farrell, C Mitter
Evolution 44 (6), 1389-1403, 1990
2091990
MITONUCLEAR DISCORDANCE IS CAUSED BY RAMPANT MITOCHONDRIAL INTROGRESSION IN NEODIPRION (HYMENOPTERA: DIPRIONIDAE) SAWFLIES
CR Linnen, BD Farrell
Evolution 61 (6), 1417-1438, 2007
1722007
Origin of a haplodiploid beetle lineage
BB Normark, BH Jordal, BD Farrell
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
1691999
The timing of insect/plant diversification: might Tetraopes (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) and Asclepias (Asclepiadaceae) have co-evolved?
BD Farrell, C Mitter
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 63 (4), 553-577, 1998
1681998
Evolutionary rates in the adaptive radiation of beetles on plants
BD Farrell, AS Sequeira
Evolution 58 (9), 1984-2001, 2004
1622004
Seasonality, the latitudinal gradient of diversity, and Eocene insects
SB Archibald, WH Bossert, DR Greenwood, BD Farrell
Paleobiology 36 (3), 374-398, 2010
1572010
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