Nate B Hardy
Nate B Hardy
Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology, Auburn University
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ScaleNet: a literature-based model of scale insect biology and systematics
M García Morales, BD Denno, DR Miller, GL Miller, Y Ben-Dov, NB Hardy
Database 2016, 2016
On wings of lace: phylogeny and Bayesian divergence time estimates of Neuropterida (Insecta) based on morphological and molecular data
SL Winterton, NB Hardy, BM Wiegmann
Systematic Entomology 35 (3), 349-378, 2010
A subfamily‐level classification of mealybugs (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae) based on integrated molecular and morphological data
NB Hardy, PJ Gullan, CJ Hodgson
Systematic Entomology 33 (1), 51-71, 2008
Need morphology always be required for new species descriptions?
LG Cook, RD Edwards, MD Crisp, NB Hardy
Invertebrate systematics 24 (3), 322-326, 2010
A dated molecular phylogeny for the Chironomidae (Diptera)
PS Cranston, NB Hardy, GE Morse
Systematic Entomology 37 (1), 172-188, 2012
Specialization and generalization in the diversification of phytophagous insects: tests of the musical chairs and oscillation hypotheses
NB Hardy, SP Otto
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1795), 20132960, 2014
When molecules and morphology concur: the ‘Gondwanan’midges (Diptera: Chironomidae)
PS Cranston, NB Hardy, GE Morse, L Puslednik, SR McCLUEN
Systematic Entomology 35 (4), 636-648, 2010
Phylogenomics and the evolution of hemipteroid insects
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 1-6, 2018
Evolutionary relationships among primary endosymbionts of the mealybug subfamily Phenacoccinae (Hemiptera: Coccoidea: Pseudococcidae)
ME Gruwell, NB Hardy, PJ Gullan, K Dittmar
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 76 (22), 7521-7525, 2010
Gall-induction in insects: evolutionary dead-end or speciation driver?
NB Hardy, LG Cook
BMC Evolutionary Biology 10 (1), 257, 2010
Ecology, not the genetics of sex determination, determines who helps in eusocial populations
L Ross, A Gardner, N Hardy, SA West
Current Biology 23 (23), 2383-2387, 2013
Large population size predicts the distribution of asexuality in scale insects
L Ross, NB Hardy, A Okusu, BB Normark
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 67 (1), 196-206, 2013
The phylogeny of the superfamily C occoidea (H emiptera: S ternorrhyncha) based on the morphology of extant and extinct macropterous males
CJ Hodgson, NB Hardy
Systematic Entomology 38 (4), 794-804, 2013
Three explanations for biodiversity hotspots: small range size, geographical overlap and time for species accumulation. An Australian case study
LG Cook, NB Hardy, MD Crisp
New Phytologist 207 (2), 390-400, 2015
Molecular phylogeny and species recognition in the mealybug genus Ferrisia Fullaway (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae)
PJ Gullan, MB Kaydan, NB Hardy
Systematic Entomology 35 (2), 329-339, 2010
Of flowers and twigs: phylogenetic revision of the plant‐mimicking praying mantises (M antodea: E mpusidae and Hymenopodidae) with a new suprageneric classification
GJ Svenson, NB Hardy, HM CAHILL WIGHTMAN, F Wieland
Systematic Entomology 40 (4), 789-834, 2015
Clock model makes a large difference to age estimates of long-stemmed clades with no internal calibration: a test using Australian grasstrees
MD Crisp, NB Hardy, LG Cook
BMC Evolutionary Biology 14 (1), 1-17, 2014
The evolution of life cycle complexity in aphids: Ecological optimization or historical constraint?
NB Hardy, DA Peterson, CD von Dohlen
Evolution 69 (6), 1423-1432, 2015
Nonadaptive radiation: Pervasive diet specialization by drift in scale insects?
NB Hardy, DA Peterson, BB Normark
Evolution 70 (10), 2421-2428, 2016
Recombination, chromosome number and eusociality in the Hymenoptera
L Ross, H Blackmon, P Lorite, VE Gokhman, NB Hardy
Journal of evolutionary biology 28 (1), 105-116, 2015
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