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Publications by David R. Lindberg

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1975

1. Lindberg, D. R., M. G. Kellogg, and W. E. Hughes. Evidence of light reception through the shell of Notoacmea persona (Rathke, 1833) (Archaeogastropoda: Acmaeidae). The Veliger 17(4):383-386.

2. Kellogg, M. G. and D. R. Lindberg. Notes on the spawning and larval development of Mitra idae (Melvill) (Gastropoda: Mitridae). The Veliger 13 (2):166-167.

1977

3. Lindberg, D. R. Artifacts incurred by the treatment of acmaeid radulae with alkalies. The Veliger 19(4):453-454.

4. Lindberg, D. R. A biography and bibliography of Mary Alice Wilcox 1856-1953. Ann. Rept. West. Soc. Malacol. 10:16-17.

1978

5. Lindberg, D. R. A note on changes in marine intertidal fungus taxonomy. The Veliger 20(4):399.

6. Lindberg, D. R. On the taxonomic affinities of Collisella edmitchelli, a late Pleistocene limpet from San Nicolas Island, California. Bull. So. Calif. Acad. Sci. 77(2):65-70.

1979

7. Lindberg, D. R. A new name for an Oligocene limpet from southwestern Washington (Mollusca, Acmaeidae). Jour. Paleont. 53(1):223.

8. Lindberg, D. R. Variations in the limpet Collisella ochracea and the northeastern Pacific distribution of Notoacmea testudinalis (Acmaeidae). The Nautilus 92(2/3):50-56.

9. Lindberg, D. R. Problacmaea moskalevi Golikov and Kussakin, a new addition to the eastern Pacific limpet fauna (Archaeogastropoda: Acmaeidae). The Veliger 22(1):57-60.

10. Belk, D. and D. R. Lindberg. First freshwater animal reported from Isla de Guadalupe represents a southern range extension for Branchinecta lindahli (Crustacea: Anostraca). Southwest. Naturl. 24(2):390-391.

11. Wright, W. G. and D. R. Lindberg. A non-fatal method of sex determination for patellacean gastropods. Jour. Mar. Biol. Assoc. U. K. 59(3):803.

12. Lindberg, D. R. Commentaire sur la vue de Christianes genre Pectinodonta. Inform. soc. belge Malacol. 7(4):178.

1980

13. Lindberg, D. R. Notoacmea gabatella (Berry), an outer coast form of Notoacmea depicta (Hinds) (Gastropoda: Acmaeidae). The Veliger 22(3):265-272.

14. Lindberg, D. R. A gonadal hernia in the limpet Collisella pelta from San Francisco Bay, California. Jour. Invert. Pathol. 35:88-89.

15. Lindberg, D. R. Acmaea limatula Carpenter, 1864 (Mollusca, Gastropoda): Proposed conservation by use of the plenary powers. Z. N. (S.) 2268. Bull. Zool. Nomencl. 37(1):51-52.

16. Lindberg, D. R., B. Roth, M.G. Kellogg and C. L. Hubbs. Invertebrate megafossils of Pleistocene (Sangamon Interglacial) age from Isla de Guadalupe, Baja California, Mexico. Pp. 41-62 In: D. M. Powers ed., The California Islands: Proceedings of a Multidisciplinary Symposium, Santa Barbara Mus. Nat. Hist., Santa Barbara, CA, 787 pp.

1981

17. Chaffee, C. and D. R. Lindberg. Morphological variation of the carinal plate of the stalked barnacle Pollicipes polymerus Bull. So. Calif. Acad. Sci. 79(2):78-81.

18. Roth, B. and D. R. Lindberg. Terrestrial mollusks of Attu Island, Aleutian Islands, Alaska. Arctic 34(1):43-47.

19. Lindberg, D. R. Rhodopetalinae, a new subfamily of Acmaeidae from the boreal Pacific: Anatomy and systematics. Malacologia 20:291-305.

20. Lindberg, D. R. and J. H. McLean. Tropical eastern Pacific limpets of the family Acmaeidae (Mollusca: Gastropoda): New generic criteria and descriptions of six new species. Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. 42(12):323-339.

21. Lindberg, D. R. and R. A. Dobberteen. Umbilical brood protection and sexual dimorphism in the boreal trochid gastropod Margarites vorticiferus Dall. Internat. Jour. Invert. Reprod. 3:347-355.

1982

22. Wright, W. G. and D. R. Lindberg. Direct observation of sex change in the patellacean limpet Lottia gigantea. Jour. Mar. Biol. Assoc. U. K. 62:737-738.

23. Lindberg, D. R. and M. G. Kellogg. A note on the structure and pigmentation of the shell of Notoacmea persona (Rathke, l833) (Docoglossa: Acmaeidae). The Veliger 25(2):173-174.

24. Lindberg, D. R. A multivariant morphometric study of Notoacmea depicta (Hinds) and the synonyms Notoacmea gabatella (Berry) and Notoacmea lepisma (Berry). Bull. So. Calif. Acad. Sci. 81(2):87-95.

25. Lindberg, D. R. Taxonomic notes on members of the genus Collisella from the North Pacific Ocean including the description of a new species from Alaska (Gastropoda: Acmaeidae). Wasmann Jour. Biol. 40(1-2):48-58.

1983

26. Lindberg, D. R. and K. R. Dwyer. The topography, formation, and role of the home depression of Collisella scabra (Gould). The Veliger 25(3):229-234.

27. Lindberg, D. R. and M. G. Kellogg. Bathymetric anomalies in the Neogene fossil record: The role of diving marine birds. Paleobiology 8(4):402-407.

28. Lindberg, D. R. and E. W. Chu. Western Gull predation on owl limpets: Different methods at different localities. The Veliger 25(4):347- 348.

1984

29. Warheit, K. I., D. R. Lindberg and R. J. Boekelheide. Pinniped disturbance lowers reproductive success of the Black Oystercatcher (Haematopus bachmani) (Aves). Mar. Ecol.-Prog. Ser. 17(1):101- 104.

30. Lindberg, D. R. A Recent specimen of Collisella edmitchelli from San Pedro, California (Mollusca: Acmaeidae). Bull. So. Calif. Acad. Sci. 83(3):148-151.

1985

31. Lindberg, D. R. and W. G. Wright. Patterns of sex change of the protandric patellacean limpet Lottia gigantea (Mollusca: Gastropoda). The Veliger 27(3):261-265.

32. Lindberg, D. R. and G. J. Vermeij. Patelloida chamorrorum spec. nov.: A new member of the Tethyan Patelloida profunda group (Gastropoda: Acmaeidae). The Veliger 27(4):411-417.

33. Lindberg, D. R. Crab predation on intertidal populations of the urchin Strongylocentrotus purpuratus. Bull. So. Calif. Acad. Sci. 84:109-111.

34. Hickman, C. S. and D. R. Lindberg. Perspectives on molluscan phylogeny. Pp. 13-16 In: T. W. Broadhead ed., Mollusks. Notes for a Short Course, Univ. Tennessee Dept. Geol. Sci. Stud. Geol. 13, 305 pp.

35. Lindberg, D. R. Aplacophorans, monoplacophorans, polyplacophorans and scaphopods: The lesser classes. Pp. 230-247 In: T. W. Broadhead ed., Mollusks. Notes for a Short Course, Univ. Tennessee Dept. Geol. Sci. Stud. Geol. 13, 305 pp.

36. Lindberg, D. R. Shell sexual dimorphism of Margarites vorticifera: Multivariant analysis and taxonomic implications. Malacol. Rev. 18:1-8.

37. Lindberg, D. R. and C. S. Hickman. A new anomalous giant limpet from the Oregon Eocene (Mollusca: Patellida). J. Paleont. 60(3):661- 668.

1986

38. Lindberg, D. R. Name changes in the Acmaeidae The Veliger 29(2):142-148.

1987

39. Chaffee, C. and D. R. Lindberg. Larval biology of early Cambrian molluscs: The implications of small body size. Bull. Mar. Sci. 39(2):536-549.

40. Lindberg, D. R., K. I. Warheit and J. A. Estes. Prey preference and seasonal predation by oystercatchers on limpets at San Nicolas Island, California, USA. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 39:105-113.

1988

41. Lindberg, D. R. Recent and Fossil species of the genus Erginus from the North Pacific Ocean (Patellogastropoda: Mollusca). Paleobios 12(46):1-8.

42. Lindberg, D. R. Systematics of the Scurriini (New Tribe) of the northeastern Pacific Ocean (Patellogastropoda: Lottiidae). The Veliger 30(4):387-394.

43. Lindberg, D. R. and L. Marincovich, Jr. New species of limpets from the Neogene of Alaska. Arctic 41(3):167-172.

44. Lindberg, D. R. Gastropods: The neontologial view. Pp. 197-216 In: M. McKinney ed., Heterochrony in Evolution: An Interdisciplinary Approach, Plenum Press, New York, NY, 348 pp.

45. Warheit, K. I. and D. R. Lindberg. Interactions between seabirds and marine mammals through time: Interference competition at breeding sites. Pp. 292-328 In: J. Burger ed., Seabirds and Other Marine Vertebrates: Commensalism, Competition, and Predation, Columbia University Press, New York, NY, 339 pp.

46. Russell, M. P. and D. R. Lindberg. Real and random patterns associated with molluscan spatial and temporal distributions. Paleobiology 14(4):322-330.

47. Lindberg, D. R. The Patellogastropoda. Malacol. Rev., Suppl. 4:35-63.

1989

48. Ruiz, G. M. and D. R. Lindberg. A fossil record for trematodes: Extent and potential uses. Lethaia 22(4):431-438.

1990

49. Lindberg, D. R. Transennella Dall versus Nutricola Bernard (Bivalvia: Veneridae): An argument for evolutionary systematics. Jour. Moll. Stud. 56(1):129-132

50. Lindberg, D. R. The systematics of Potamacmaea fluvatilis Blandford: A brackishwater patellogastropod (Patelloidinae: Lottiidae). Jour. Moll. Stud. 56(2):309-316.

51. Lindberg, D. R. and R. Squires. Patellogastropods (Mollusca) from the Eocene Tejon Formation of southern California. Jour. Paleont. 64(4):578-587.

52. Lindberg, D. R. and J. S. Pearse. Experimental manipulations of shell color and morphology of the limpets Lottia asmi and Lottia digitalis (Mollusca: Patellogastropoda). J. Exp. mar. Biol. Ecol. 140:173-185.

53. Vermeij, G. J., A. R. Palmer, and D. R. Lindberg. Range limits and dispersal of molluscs in the Aleutian Islands, Alaska. The Veliger 33(4):346-354.

54. Lindberg, D. R. Movement patterns of the limpet Lottia asmi (Middendorff): Networking in California rocky intertidal communities. The Veliger 33(4):375-383.

55. Lindberg, D. R. Morphometrics and the systematics of marine plant limpets (Mollusca: Patellogastropoda). Pp. 301-310 In: F. J. Rohlf & F. L. Bookstein eds., Proc. Michigan Morphometrics Workshop, Univ. Mich. Mus. Zool. Spec. Pub. 2, 380 pp.

1991

56. Carlton, J. T., G. J. Vermeij, D. R. Lindberg, Debby A. Carlton and E. C. Dudley. The first historical extinction of a marine invertebrate in an ocean basin: The demise of the eelgrass limpet Lottia alveus. Biol. Bull. 180:72-80.

57. Lindberg, D. R. Marine biotic interchange between the northern and southern hemispheres. Paleobiology 17(3):308-324.

58. Sorensen, F. and D. R. Lindberg. Preferential predation by American Black Oystercatcher on transitional ecophenotypes of the limpet Lottia pelta (Rathke). J. Exp. mar. Biol. Ecol. 154:123-136.

1992

59. Lindberg, D. R. Evolution, distribution and systematics of Haliotidae. Pp 3-18 In: S.A. Shepherd, M. Tegner, and S.A. Guzman, eds., Abalone of the World. Biology, Fisheries and Culture, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Ltd., Oxford, 608 pp.

60. Russell, M. P., J. P. Huelsenbeck, and D. R. Lindberg. Experimental taphonomy of embryo preservation in a Cenozoic brooding bivalve. Lethaia 25:353-359.

61. Lindberg, D. R. Systematic Paleontology. Pp. 31-37 In: J. H. Lipps, ed. Fossil Prokaryotes and Protists, Blackwell Scientific Publications, Ltd., Oxford, 342 pp.

1994

62. Padian, K., D. R. Lindberg, and P.D. Polly. Cladistics and the fossil record: The uses of history. Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences 22:63-91.

1996

63. Lindberg, D.R. and W.F. Ponder. An evolutionary tree for the Mollusca: Branches or roots? Pp. 67-75 In J. Taylor, ed. Origin and Evolutionary Radiation of the Mollusca, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

64. Ponder, W.F. and D.R. Lindberg. Gastropod phylogeny: Challenges for the 90’s. Pp. 135-154 In J. Taylor, ed. Origin and Evolutionary Radiation of the Mollusca, Oxford University Press, Oxford.

65. Lindberg, D.R. and C. Hedegaard. A deep water patellogastropod from Oligocene water-logged wood of Washington State, USA (Acmaeodiea: Pectinondonta). Jour. Moll. Stud. 62:299-314.

66. Lindberg, D.R. and J. H. Lipps. Reading the chronicle of temperate rocky shore faunas. Pp. 161-182 In D. Jablonski, D. H. Erwin, and J. Lipps., eds. Evolutionary Paleobiology. University of Chicago Press, Chicago.

1997

67. Ponder, W.F. and D.R. Lindberg. Towards a phylogeny of gastropod molluscs - a preliminary anaylsis using morphological characters. Zool. Jour. Linn. Soc. 119:83-265.

68. Hedegaard, C., D.R. Lindberg and K. Bandel. A patellogastropod limpet from the Triassic St. Cassian Formation of Italy. Lethaia 30(4):331-335.

1998

69. Graham, A., V. Fretter, W.F. Ponder, and D.R. Lindberg. The Prosobranchs. A General Introduction to the Patellogastropoda, Vetigastropoda, Cocculiniform Limpets, Neritopsina, Caenogastropoda and lower Heterobranchs. Pp. 605-638 In P. L. Beesley, G. J. B. Ross, and A. Wells, eds. Mollusca: The Southern Synthesis. Part B. Fauna of Australia Vol. 5. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

70. Lindberg, D.R. Order Patellogasropoda. Pp. 639-652 In P. L. Beesley, G. J. B. Ross, and A. Wells, eds. Mollusca: The Southern Synthesis. Part B. Fauna of Australia Vol. 5. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

71. Lindberg, D.R. William Healy Dall: A Neo-Lamarckian view of molluscan evolution. The Veliger 41(3):227-238.

72. Lindberg, D.R., J.A. Estes, and K.I. Warheit. Human influences on trophic cascades along rocky shores. Ecol. Appl. 8(3): 880-890.

73. Jacobs, D.K. and D.R. Lindberg. Evolutionary patterns in the sea: Onshore/offshore trends and Recent recruitment of the deep-sea faunas - oxygen at the bottom? Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA 95: 9396-9401.

1999

74. Simison, W.B. and D.R. Lindberg. Morphological and molecular resolution of a putative cryptic species complex: a case study of Notoacmea fascicularis (Menke, 1851) (Gastropoda: Patellogastropoda). Jour. Moll.Stud. 65(1): 99-109.

75. Guralnick, R.P. and D.R. Lindberg. Integrating developmental evolutionary patterns and mechanisms: A case study using the gastropod radula. Evolution 53(2): 447-459.

2000

76. Vermeij, G.J. and D.R. Lindberg. Delayed herbivory and the assembly of marine benthic ecosystem. Paleobiology 26(3): 404-415.

77. Lindberg, D.R. Mollusca. Pp. 235-247 In Levin, S. ed. Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, Volume 4. Academic Press: San Diego, CA.

78. Jacobs, D.K., C.G. Wray, C.J. Wedeen, R. Kostriken, R. DeSalle, J.L. Staton, R.D. Gates and D.R. Lindberg. Molluscan engrailed expression, serial organization, and shell evolution. Evolution & Development 2: 340-347.

2001

79. Lindberg, D.R. Biotic interchange. Pp. 176-180 In Briggs, D.E.G. & Crowther, P.R. eds. Paleobiology II. Blackwell Sciences: Oxford, UK.

80. Guralnick, R.P. and D.R. Lindberg. Reconnecting Cell and animal lineages: What do cell lineages tell us about the evolution and development of Spiralia? Evolution 55(8): 1501-1519.

81. Lindberg, D.R. & W.F. Ponder. The influence of classification on the evolutionary interpretation of structure - a re-evaluation of the evolution of the pallial cavity of gastropod molluscs. Organisms Diversity & Evolution 1(4): 273-299.

2002

82. Castilla, J.C., A.G. Collins, C. P. Meyer, R. Guiñez, and D.R. Lindberg. Recent Introduction of the ecologically dominant tunicate, Pyura praeputialis (Urochordata, Pyuridae) to Antofagasta, northern Chile. Molecular Ecology 11: 1579-1584.

83. Guralnick, R. G. and D. R. Lindberg. Cell lineage data and spiralian: A reply to Nielsen and Meier. Evolution 56(12):2558-2560.

2003

84. Simison, W.B. and D.R. Lindberg On the identity of Lottia strigatella (carpenter, 1864) (Patellogastropoda: Lottiidae). The Veliger 46(1): 1-19.

85. Lindberg, D.R and R.P. Guralnick. Lineages, cell and phyletic. Pp. 243-249 In Key Concepts and Approaches in Evolutionary Developmental Biology (B. K. Hall and W. M. Olson, eds.), Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA.

86. Lindberg, D.R. and R.P. Guralnick. Phyletic patterns of early development in gastropod mollusks. Evolution and Development 5: 494-507.

87. Lydeard C. and D.R. Lindberg. Challenges and research opportunities in molluscan molecular phylogenetics. Pp. 1-13 In Molecular Systematics and Phylogeography of Mollusks (C. Lydeard and D.R. Lindberg, eds.), Smithsonian Institution Press.

88. Lindberg, D.R. Gastropoda [in part]. Pp. 423-449 In Grzimek’s Animal Life Encyclopedia (M. Hutchins, S.F. Craig, D.A. Thoney, and N. Schlager, eds.), Gale Group, Farmington Hills, MI.

89. Lindberg, D.R. and M.T. Ghiselin. Fact, theory, and tradition in the study of molluscan origins. Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. 54: 663-686.

2004

90. Lindberg, D.R., W.F. Ponder, and G. Haszprunar. The Mollusca: relationships and patterns from their first half-billion years. Pp. 252-278 In Assembling the Tree of Life. (J. Cracraft and M. J. Donoghue eds.). Oxford University Press, New York.

91. Espoz, C., D.R. Lindberg, W. B. Simison, and J.C. Castilla. Los patelogastrópodos intermareales endémicos a la costa rocosa de Perú Y Chile. Revista Chilena de Historia Natural 77(2): 257-283.

92. Lindberg, D.R. and B.L. Matzen. Anna Meyer and the distinction between grades and clades in early models of gastropod evolution. Invertebrate Biology 123(3):212-217.

2005

93. Estes, J. A., D. R. Lindberg and C. Wray. Evolution of large body size in abalones (Haliotis): Patterns and implications. Paleobiology 31(4): 591-606.

2006

94. Simison, W.B., D.R. Lindberg, and J.L. Boore. Rolling circle amplification of metazoan mitochondrial genomes. Mol. Phyl. Evol. 39(2): 562-567.

95. Lindberg, D. R. and N.D. Pyenson. Evolutionary patterns in Cetacea: Fishing up prey size through deep time. Pp. 68-82 In Whales, Whaling and Ocean Ecosystems. (J. A. Estes, D. P. DeMaster, R. L. Brownell Jr., D. F. Doak, and T. M. Williams eds.). University of California Press, Berkeley.

2007

96. Bunje, P. M. E. and D. R. Lindberg. Molecular phylogeny of a freshwater snail clade reveals lineage divergence associated with post-Tethyan marine basin development. Mol. Phyl. Evol. 42: 373-387.

97. Lindberg, D. R. Patellogastropoda. Pp. 753-761 In Light and Smith’s Manual. Intertidal Invertebrates of the Central California Coast. (J.T. Carlton, ed.). University of California Press, Berkeley.

98. Lindberg, D.R. Fossil Tidepools. Pp. 242-244 In Encyclopedia of Tidepools and Rocky Shores. (M.W. Denny & S.D. Gaines, eds.). University of California Press, Berkeley.

99. Lindberg, D.R. Mollusca. Pp. 376-382 In Encyclopedia of Tidepools and Rocky Shores. (M.W. Denny & S.D. Gaines, eds.). University of California Press, Berkeley.

100. Lindberg, D.R. Reproduction, ecology and evolution of the Indo-Pacific limpet Scutellastra flexuosa (Quoy & Gaimard, 1834). Bull. Mar. Sci. 81(2): 219-234.

101. Lindberg, D.R. and N.D. Pyenson. Things that go bump in the night: evolutionary interactions between cephalopods and cetaceans during the Tertiary. Lethaia 335-343.

2008

102. Ponder, W. F. and D. R. Lindberg. Molluscan Evolution and Phylogeny, An Introduction. Pp. 1-17 In Phylogeny and Evolution of the Mollusca. (W. F. Ponder & D. R. Lindberg, eds.). University of California Press, Berkeley.

103. Aktipis, S. H., G. Giribet, D. R. Lindberg, and W. F. Ponder. Gastropod Phylogeny: an Overview and Analysis. Pp. 201-237 In Phylogeny and Evolution of the Mollusca. (W. F. Ponder & D. R. Lindberg, eds.). University of California Press, Berkeley.

104. Lindberg, D.R. Patellogastropoda, Neritimorpha and Cocculinoidea: The low-diversity gastropod clades Pp. 271-296 In Phylogeny and Evolution of the Mollusca. (W. F. Ponder & D. R. Lindberg, eds.). University of California Press, Berkeley.

105. Doak, D., J. A. Estes, B. Halpern, U. Jacob, D. R. Lindberg, J. Lovvorn, D. Monson, M. T. Tinker, T. Williams, J. T. Wootton, I. Carroll, M. Emmerson, F. Micheli, and M. Novak. Understanding and predicting ecological dynamics: Are major surprises inevitable? Ecology 89(4):952-961.

2009

106. Lindberg, D. R. Monoplacophorans and the origin and relationships of mollusks. Evolution: Education and Outreach. 2: 191-203.

107. Lindberg, D. R. Global Warming. Pp. 376-380 In Encyclopedia of Islands. (R. Giliespie & D.A. Clague, eds.). University of California Press, Berkeley.

 

Books:

1981

1. Lindberg, D. R. Invertebrates of the San Francisco Bay Estuary System: Mollusca, Family Acmaeidae, The Boxwood Press, Pacific Grove, CA, 120 pp.

2003

2. Lydeard C. and D. R. Lindberg (eds.). Molecular Systematics and Phylogeography of Mollusks. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington DC, 312 pp.

2008

3. Ponder, W. F. and D. R. Lindberg (eds.). Phylogeny and Evolution of the Mollusca. University of California Press, Berkeley, 469 pp.

 

Selected Abstracts, Letters, and Reviews:

1979

5. Lindberg, D. R. and J. T. Carlton. Intertidal marine Mollusca of Southeast Farallon Island, San Francisco County, California. Ann. Rept. West. Soc. Malacol. 11:7.

1980

7. Pearse, J. S. and D. R. Lindberg. Reproductive dynamics in Cyanoplax dentiens (Gould), a brooding hermaphroditic chiton. Pp. 368 In: W. H. Clark & T. S. Adams eds., Advances in Invertebrate Reproduction Vol. 11, Elsevier/North-Holland, New York, NY, 400 pp.

1984

12. Estes, J. A. and D. R. Lindberg. Disturbance vs. competition: The influence of Pacific winter storms on intertidal community organization at San Nicolas Island, California. Bull. Ecol. Soc. Amer. 65(2):75.

14. Lindberg, D. R. Fossil brooding bivalve molluscs from the Neogene of western North America. Abstr. Progr., Annual Meeting., Geol. Soc. Amer.16(6):576.

17. Lindberg, D. R. The Patellogastropoda: a new "old" order. Unitas Malacologica 9th Internat. Malacol. Cong. Abstrs., Nat. Mus. Scotland:44.

1988

20. Russell, M. P. and D. R. Lindberg. Estimates of species durations. Science 240:968.

1989

23. Lindberg, D. R. Academic Museums. ASC Newsletter 17(1):8.

1991

28. Lindberg, D. R. Commonality in data structures: a first draft of the core data fields for systematic collections ASC Newsletter 19(3):35-37.

30. Lindberg, D. R. and W. F. Ponder. A phylogenetic analysis of the Gastropoda. Abstr. Progr., Annual Meeting., Geol. Soc. Amer. 23(5):A160.

1994

35. Lindberg, D.R and J.H. Lipps. The Signor-Lipps effect. Abstr. Progr., Annual Meeting., Geol. Soc. Amer. 26(7):A-396.

1995

37. Jacobs, D. and D.R. Lindberg. Anoxia and evolutionary patterns in the sea: onshore/offshore trends and Recent recruitment of the deep-sea and hydrothermal vent faunas Abstr. Progr., Annual Meeting., Geol. Soc. Amer. 27(7):A396.

1996

38. Lindberg, D.R., R. Guralnick, and C. Hedegaard. Patellogastropod molluscs support multiple invasions of deep sea habitats. 6th North American Paleontological Convention, Abstr. of Papers: 240.

40. Wray, C., C. Cunningham, and D.R. Lindberg. Molecular systematic analysis of trans-equatorial interchange: Testing the historical biogeography of northern and southern hemisphere intertidal limpets. 6th North American Paleontological Convention, Abstr. of Papers: 431.

1998

42. Lindberg, D.R., W.F. Ponder, and D.K. Jacobs. Origins and persistence of dysoxiphilic gastropods. Abstr. Progr., Cordilleran Section, Geol. Soc. Amer. 30(5):51.

45. Lindberg, D.R. On the evolution of parental care in marine invertebrates: is Thorson's rule the result of species selection on variability? 8th International Congress on Invertebrate Reproduction and Development.

1999

47. Lindberg, D.R. On the achieving of limpetdom in the history of gastropod molluscs: The ultimate high or low? . Prog. & Abstr., Amer. Malacol. Soc. 1999: 38-39.

48. Moshel-Lynch, S. M. and D.R. Lindberg. The diversification of gastropods and the conservation of regulatory genes. Developmental Biology, 210(1): 190.

2000

49. Estes, J.A. and D.R. Lindberg. The evolution of large body size in abalones. Abstracts. 5th International Temperate Reef Symposium, Cape Town, South Africa: 30.

51. Moshel-Lynch, S. M., D.R. Lindberg and J.R. Collier. Evidence for the conservation of mesodermal determination in molluscs. Developmental Biology 222(1): 84.

2001

57. Lindberg, D.R., W. B. Simison and E. Begovic. Marine angiosperm patellogastropods from the Dominican Republic Neogene: a spatial-temporal waypoint between Eocene Europe and Recent North America. PaleoBios 21(2): 85.

59. Lindberg, D.R. and R.P. Guralnick. The evolution of early development in gastropod mollusks. Final Progr. Abstr., Soc. Integ. Comp. Biol. 2002: 278-279.

2002

60. Lindberg, D.R. Phylogenetic systematics and our understanding of molluscan evolution. Zoology 105 (Supplement 5): 63.

62. Lindberg, D.R. The century’s finest [S.J. Gould Obituary]. The Veliger 45(4): 366-368.

2003

64.   Lindberg, D.R. The past decade of patellogastropod research foci: Advances, syntheses, and the future. Bulletin of the Malacological Society of London 41:7.

2004

66. Lindberg, D.R. Are the living patellogastropods sister taxa? Molluscan megadiversity: Sea, land, and freshwater. World Congress of Malalcology, Perth, WA: 86.

68. Simison, W.B. and D.R. Lindberg. Mitochondrial gene order of the Gastropoda. Molluscan megadiversity: Sea, land, and freshwater. World Congress of Malalcology, Perth, WA: 135.

2005

70. White, T., C. Whitney, and D.R. Lindberg. Digital taxonomic dictionaries for Phanerozoic organisms. PaleoBios 25(2), Suppl.: 121.

72. Lindberg, D.R. and J. Scotchmoor. The Paleontological Portal: An online resource meeting the needs of a spectrum of learners. Eos Trans. American Geophysical Union 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract ED53B-05.

2006

77. Perotti, E. A. and Lindberg, D. R. Does geologic history matter? The effects of substratum on rocky intertidal communities. Integrative and Comparative Biology 46: E110.

2008

80. Lindberg, D. R. The value of sharing our science. Proc. Amer. Ass. Advan. Sci. Pac. Div. 27(1): 71.

2009

84. Lindberg, D. R. The role of integration, intersections and trees in providing insights into evolutionary innovations of snails and whales. Proc. Amer. Ass. Advan. Sci. Pac. Div. 28(1): 80.

2010

87. Gonzales, E.E., D.R. Lindberg, and D.S. Rokhsar. The Lottia gigantea genome: New tools, opportunities, and insights in molluscan research. Tropical Natural History, Supplement 3: 62.

88. Pyenson, N. D. and D. R. Lindberg. What happened to gray whales during the Pleistocene? The ecological impact of sea-level change on benthic feeding areas in the North Pacific Ocean. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 30(3 Suppl.): 148A [Media liaison committee selection].

89. Thanukos, A., J. Scotchmoor, R. Caldwell, and D. R. Lindberg. Science 101: Building the foundations for real understanding. Two online projects offer one-stop shopping for teaching evolution and how science really works. Science 330: 1764-1765.

 

Reviews:

1993

3. Lindberg, D. R. Malacological Society of London. Centenary Symposium. Origin and Evolutionary Radiation of the Mollusca. 14-16th September, 1993. The Natural History Museum, London [Review of]. MOLLUSCALIST@uclink.Berkeley.Edu (electronic).

1999

5. Lindberg, D. R. Common and Scientific Names of Aquatic Invertebrates from the United States and Canada: Mollusks. 2nd edition [Review of]. The Veliger 42(2):194-199.

2007

6. Lindberg, D. R. The Evolving World: Evolution in Everyday Life [Review of]. Bioscience 57(7):3-5.

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