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Peer reviewed

Lichter-Marck IH. 2022. Plant evolution on rock outcrops and cliffs: contrasting patterns of diversification following edaphic specialization. In revision at American Journal of Botany. arXiv:

Johnson G, Canty SWJ, Lichter-Marck IH, Wagner W, & J Wen. Ethanol preservation and pretreatments facilitate quality DNA extractions in recalcitrant plant tissues. In press at Applications in Plant Science.  bioRxiv: coming soon.

Lichter-Marck IH & Baldwin BG. Edaphic specialization onto bare, rocky outcrops as a factor in the evolution of desert angiosperms. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 120(6): 120 (6) e2214729120.

De la Luz JLL & Lichter-Marck IH. A new species of Encelia (Compositae) from the southern Baja California Peninsula.  Phytokeys.

Lichter-Marck IH & Baldwin BG. 2022. A phylogenetically informed re-classification of the rock daisies (Perityleae; Compositae). Systematic Botany. 47(3).   Link

Gorneau JA, Ausich WI, Bertolino S, Bik, H, Daly M, Demissew S, Donoso DA, Folk R, Friere-Fierro A, Ghazanfar SA, Grace O, Hu AQ, Kulkarni S, Lichter-Marck IH, Lohmann LG, Malumbres-Olarte J, Muasya AM, Perez-Gonzalez A, Singh Y, Siniscalchi CM, Specht CD, Stigall AL, Tank DC, Walker LA, Wright DF, Zamani A, Esposito LA. 2022. Framing the Future for Taxonomic Monography: Improving Recognition, Support, and Access. Bulletin of the Society of Systematic Biologists. Online July 2022.  Link

Lichter-Marck IH, Freyman WA, Sinalschini C, Mandel JR, Castro Castro A, Johnson G, & Baldwin BG. 2020. Phylogenomics of Perityleae (Compositae) reveals new insights into morphological and chromosomal evolution of the rock daisies. Journal of Systematics and Evolution, 58(6): 853ā€”880. Selected for annual best paper award in JSE.Link.

Singer M, Lichter Marck IH, Farkas T, Whitney KD, & Mooney KA. 2014. Herbivore diet breadth mediates the cascading effects of carnivores in food webs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, 111(26):9521ā€“9526.  Link.

Lichter-Marck, IH, Wylde M, Aaron E, Oliver JC, and Singer MS. 2015. The struggle for safety: effectiveness of caterpillar defenses against bird predation. Oikos 124: 525-533. Cover feature.Link.

Singer MS, Robert C, Lichter-Marck IH, Johnson ER, Whitney K, and Mooney K. (2019). Dietary specialization is conditionally associated with increased ant predation risk in a temperate forest community. Ecology and Evolution 9(21). 00:1-14.   Link

Singer MS, Robert C, Lichter-Marck IH, Johnson ER, and Mooney K (2017). Predatory birds and ants partition caterpillar prey by body size and diet breadth. Journal of Animal Ecology. 86:1363-1371. Link

Clark RE, Farkas TE, Lichter-Marck I, Johnson ER, Singer MS. 2016. Multiple interaction types determine the impact of ant predation of caterpillars in a forest community. Ecology. 97(12):3379-3388. Link

Miller E, Lichter Marck IH, & Greeney HF. 2012. Breeding of the Henna-Hooded Foliage Gleaner (Hylocryptus erythrocephalus) with notes on conservation concerns. Ornitologia Neotropical 23(4) 517-527.      Link

Greeney HF, Lichter Marck IH, and Lichter Marck EM. 2013. The nest, eggs, and nestlings of Grey-Chinned Hermit Phaethornis griseogularis. Cotinga: 35, 84-85. Link.

Magazine articles and media

Lichter-Marck IH & Baldwin BG.  2021. In pursuit of Layia (Madieae): unexpected insights from field work in the land of little rain. Capitulum 1(1): 71-81.

Lichter-Marck IH. SETI@BERKELEY. Berkeley Science Review, May 5, 2017. Cover feature.

2019. Guest, IndefenseofPlants Podcast, episode 229: Compositae Cliffhangers. Spoke with host Matt Candeias about my research on the rock daisy tribe (Perityleae).