Lawrence R. Kirkendall
Lawrence R. Kirkendall
Professor of Biology, University of Bergen
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The evolution of mating systems in bark and ambrosia beetles (Coleoptera: Scolytidae and Platypodidae)
LR Kirkendall
Zoological journal of the Linnean Society 77 (4), 293-352, 1983
Evolution and diversity of bark and ambrosia beetles
LR Kirkendall, PHW Biedermann, BH Jordal
Bark beetles, 85-156, 2015
Bark beetles and pinhole borers (Curculionidae, Scolytinae, Platypodinae) alien to Europe
LR Kirkendall, M Faccoli
ZooKeys, 227, 2010
Interactions among males, females and offspring in bark and ambrosia beetles: the significance of living in tunnels for the evolution of social behavior
LR Kirkendall
The evolution of social behavior in insects and arachnids, 181-215, 1997
Ecology and evolution of biased sex ratios in bark and ambrosia beetles.
LR Kirkendall
Evolution and diversity of sex ratio in insects and mites., 235-345, 1993
Molecules and morphology: evidence for cryptic hybridization in African Hyalomma (Acari: Ixodidae)
DJ Rees, M Dioli, LR Kirkendall
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 27 (1), 131-142, 2003
The costs of sex: facing real-world complexities
S Meirmans, PG Meirmans, LR Kirkendall
The Quarterly Review of Biology 87 (1), 19-40, 2012
Breaking taboos in the tropics: incest promotes colonization by wood‐boring beetles
BH Jordal, RA Beaver, LR Kirkendall
Global Ecology and Biogeography 10 (4), 345-357, 2001
Description of the Yunnan shoot borer, Tomicus yunnanensis Kirkendall & Faccoli sp. n. (Curculionidae, Scolytinae), an unusually aggressive pine shoot beetle from southerná…
LR Kirkendall, M Faccoli, H Ye
Zootaxa 1819 (1), 25–39-25–39, 2008
Evidence for a new lineage of primary ambrosia fungi in Geosmithia Pitt (Ascomycota: Hypocreales)
M KolařÝk, LR Kirkendall
Fungal Biology 114 (8), 676-689, 2010
Weevils and bark beetles (coleoptera, curculionoidea). chapter 8.2
D Sauvard, M Branco, F Lakatos, M Faccoli, L Kirkendall
Alien terrestrial arthropods of Europe 4 (1), 2010
On defining" breeding once"
LR Kirkendall, N Chr
The American Naturalist 125 (2), 189-204, 1985
On the evolution of pseudogamy
NC Stenseth, LR Kirkendall, N Moran
Evolution 39 (2), 294-307, 1985
Ongoing invasions of old-growth tropical forests: establishment of three incestuous beetle species in Central America
L Kirkendall, F Odegaard
Zootaxa, 2007
A new record of fungus-beetle symbiosis in Scolytodes bark beetles (Scolytinae, Curculionidae, Coleoptera)
J Hulcr, M Kolarik, LR Kirkendall
Symbiosis, 2007
Within‐harem competition among Ips females, an overlooked component of density‐dependent larval mortality
LR Kirkendall
Ecography 12 (4), 477-487, 1989
Biological factors contributing to bark and ambrosia beetle species diversification
J Gohli, LR Kirkendall, SM Smith, AI Cognato, J Hulcr, BH Jordal
Evolution 71 (5), 1258-1272, 2017
Ecological relationships of a guild of tropical beetles breeding in Cecropia petioles in Costa Rica
BH Jordal, LR Kirkendall
Journal of Tropical Ecology 14 (2), 153-176, 1998
A New Species of Bark Beetle, Dendroctonus mesoamericanus sp. nov. (Curculionidae: Scolytinae), in Southern Mexico and Central America
F Armendßriz-Toledano, A Ni˝o, BT Sullivan, LR Kirkendall, G Z˙˝iga
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 108 (3), 403-414, 2015
Genetic diversity and biogeography of red turpentine beetle Dendroctonus valens in its native and invasive regions
YW Cai, XY Cheng, RM Xu, DH Duan, LR Kirkendall
Insect Science 15 (4), 291-301, 2008
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