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Andrea Wetterer

A profile shot of a woman, Andrea Wetterer, wearing a headlamp and looking at the small brown bat she is holding in her gloved hand.

Research Associate, Vertebrate Zoology, Mammalogy

Phone:
772-287-7605

Research Interests

  • Phylogenetic relationships and macroevolutionary patterns within Laurasiatheria
  • Systematics and ecological diversification within Chiroptera
  • Theory and practice of phylogenetic reconstruction, especially issues of homology
  • Development of technology to facilitate morphological research

Publications

Wetterer, A.L., N.B. Simmons, and G.F. Gunnell. In review. Chiroptera. In K. de Queiroz, J. Gauthier, and P. Cantino (eds.) The Phylocode Companion Volume. University of California Press.

Wetterer, A.L., N.B. Simmons, and G.F. Gunnell. In review. Apo-Chiroptera. In K. de Queiroz, J. Gauthier, and P. Cantino (eds.) The Phylocode Companion Volume. University of California Press.

Wetterer, A.L., N.B. Simmons, and G.F. Gunnell. In review. Yangochiroptera. In K. de Queiroz, J. Gauthier, and P. Cantino (eds.) The Phylocode Companion Volume. University of California Press.

Wetterer, A.L., N.B. Simmons, and G.F. Gunnell. In review. Yinpterochiroptera. In K. de Queiroz, J. Gauthier, and P. Cantino (eds.) The Phylocode Companion Volume. University of California Press.

Simmons, N.B., and A.L. Wetterer. 2002Convergence and phylogeny of cactophilic bats. In T. Fleming and A. Valiente-Banuet (eds.), 87-121. Evolution, Ecology, and Conservation of Columnar Cacti and their Mutualists. University of Arizona Press: Tuscon.

Wetterer, A.L., M. Rockman, and N.B. Simmons. 2000. Phyllostomid phylogeny: Data from diverse morphological systems, sex chromosomes, and restriction sites. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 200 pp.  digitallibrary.amnh.org/dspace/handle/2246/1595