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Linda Trueb
Associate Director for Administration
Administration
Biodiversity Institute

Professor - EEB

Contact Information

Office Phone: 
785.864.1204
Email: 
trueb@ku.edu
Building: 
Dyche Hall
  • Redescription of Cretaceous Israeli fossil pipoid frogs of the genus Cordicephalus, with an analysis of phylkogenetic relationships of fossil and extant pipoid anurans.
  • Description of the oldest known pipoid anuran from South America.
  • Comparative development of basal frogs: using ontogeny to elucidate phylogeny. A collaborative project with Anne Maglia and L. Analía Púgener.

1992

1991

Trueb L, Cloutier R.  1991.  Toward an understanding of amphibians: two centuries of systematic history. Origins of the Higher Groups of Tetrapods: Controversy and Consensus. :175–188.
Miao D.  1991.  On the origins of mammals. Origins of the higher groups of tetrapods: controversy and consensus.. :579-597.
Martin LD.  1991.  Mesozoic birds and the origin of birds. Origins of the higher groups of tetrapods: controversy and consensus.. :485-540.

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Publications

1992

1991

Trueb L, Cloutier R.  1991.  Toward an understanding of amphibians: two centuries of systematic history. Origins of the Higher Groups of Tetrapods: Controversy and Consensus. :175–188.
Miao D.  1991.  On the origins of mammals. Origins of the higher groups of tetrapods: controversy and consensus.. :579-597.
Martin LD.  1991.  Mesozoic birds and the origin of birds. Origins of the higher groups of tetrapods: controversy and consensus.. :485-540.

1989

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1986

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