Jessica L Ware
Jessica L Ware
American Museum of Natural History, Division of Invertebrate Zoology
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Phylogenomics resolves the timing and pattern of insect evolution
B Misof, S Liu, K Meusemann, RS Peters, A Donath, C Mayer, ...
Science 346 (6210), 763-767, 2014
The classification and diversity of dragonflies and damselflies (Odonata). In: Zhang, Z.-Q. (Ed.) Animal Biodiversity: An Outline of Higher-level Classification and …
KDB Dijkstra, G Bechly, SM Bybee, RA Dow, HJ Dumont, G Fleck, ...
Zootaxa 3703 (1), 36–45-36–45, 2013
Diverse circular ssDNA viruses discovered in dragonflies (Odonata: Epiprocta)
K Rosario, A Dayaram, M Marinov, J Ware, S Kraberger, D Stainton, ...
Journal of General Virology 93 (12), 2668-2681, 2012
The taxonomic impediment: a shortage of taxonomists, not the lack of technical approaches
MS Engel, LMP Ceríaco, GM Daniel, PM Dellapé, I Löbl, M Marinov, ...
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 193 (2), 381-387, 2021
A molecular phylogeny of Hexapoda
K Kjer, F Carle, J Litman, J Ware
Arthropod Systematics & Phylogeny 64, 35-44, 2006
An integrative phylogenomic approach illuminates the evolutionary history of cockroaches and termites (Blattodea)
DA Evangelista, B Wipfler, O Béthoux, A Donath, M Fujita, MK Kohli, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1895), 20182076, 2019
Relationships among the major lineages of Dictyoptera: the effect of outgroup selection on dictyopteran tree topology
JL Ware, J Litman, KD KLASS, LA Spearman
Systematic Entomology 33 (3), 429-450, 2008
Phylogeny of the higher Libelluloidea (Anisoptera: Odonata): an exploration of the most speciose superfamily of dragonflies
J Ware, M May, K Kjer
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 45 (1), 289-310, 2007
Response to Comment on “Phylogenomics resolves the timing and pattern of insect evolution”
KM Kjer, JL Ware, J Rust, T Wappler, R Lanfear, LS Jermiin, X Zhou, ...
Science 349 (6247), 487-487, 2015
The effects of fossil placement and calibration on divergence times and rates: an example from the termites (Insecta: Isoptera)
JL Ware, DA Grimaldi, MS Engel
Arthropod structure & development 39 (2-3), 204-219, 2010
A global population genetic study of Pantala flavescens
D Troast, F Suhling, H Jinguji, G Sahlén, J Ware
PloS one 11 (3), e0148949, 2016
Not going with the flow: a comprehensive time‐calibrated phylogeny of dragonflies (Anisoptera: Odonata: Insecta) provides evidence for the role of lentic habitats on …
H Letsch, B Gottsberger, JL Ware
Molecular ecology 25 (6), 1340-1353, 2016
The fossil calibration database—a new resource for divergence dating
DT Ksepka, JF Parham, JF Allman, MJ Benton, MT Carrano, KA Cranston, ...
Systematic Biology 64 (5), 853-859, 2015
Phylogeny and classification of Odonata using targeted genomics
SM Bybee, VJ Kalkman, RJ Erickson, PB Frandsen, JW Breinholt, ...
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 160, 107115, 2021
Strategies and support for Black, Indigenous, and people of colour in ecology and evolutionary biology
M Tseng, RW El-Sabaawi, MB Kantar, JH Pantel, DS Srivastava, JL Ware
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (10), 1288-1290, 2020
The molecular evolutionary dynamics of oxidative phosphorylation (OXPHOS) genes in Hymenoptera
Y Li, R Zhang, S Liu, A Donath, RS Peters, J Ware, B Misof, O Niehuis, ...
BMC Evolutionary Biology 17, 1-12, 2017
A molecular phylogeny of Insecta
KM Kjer, FL Carle, J Litman, J Ware
Arthropod Systematics & Phylogeny 64 (1), 35-44, 2006
The petaltail dragonflies (Odonata: Petaluridae): Mesozoic habitat specialists that survive to the modern day
JL Ware, CD Beatty, M Sánchez Herrera, S Valley, J Johnson, C Kerst, ...
Journal of Biogeography 41 (7), 1291-1300, 2014
Dragons fly, biologists classify: an overview of molecular odonate studies, and our evolutionary understanding of dragonfly and damselfly (Insecta: Odonata) behavior
EF Ballare, JL Ware
International Journal of Odonatology 14 (2), 137-147, 2011
How to date a dragonfly: Fossil calibrations for odonates
MK Kohli, JL Ware, G Bechly
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