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
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
Interactions among males, females and offspring in bark and ambrosia beetles: the significance of living in tunnels for the evolution of social behavior
The evolution of social behavior in insect and arachnids, 181-214, 1983
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
BioRisk 4, 219-266, 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
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
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
Globally distributed Xyleborus species reveal recurrent intercontinental dispersal in a landscape of ancient worldwide distributions
J Gohli, T Selvarajah, LR Kirkendall, BH Jordal
BMC Evolutionary Biology 16, 1-12, 2016
Extraordinary haplotype diversity in haplodiploid inbreeders: phylogenetics and evolution of the bark beetle genus Coccotrypes
BH Jordal, BB Normark, BD Farrell, LR Kirkendall
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 23 (2), 171-188, 2002
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
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