The beetle tree of life reveals that Coleoptera survived end‐Permian mass extinction to diversify during the Cretaceous terrestrial revolution

@article{McKenna2015TheBT,
  title={The beetle tree of life reveals that Coleoptera survived end‐Permian mass extinction to diversify during the Cretaceous terrestrial revolution},
  author={Duane D. McKenna and Alexander L. Wild and Kojun Kanda and Charles L. Bellamy and Rolf G. Beutel and Michael S Caterino and Charles W. Farnum and David C. Hawks and Michael A. Ivie and Mary Liz Jameson and Richard A. B. Leschen and Adriana E. Marvaldi and Joseph V. McHugh and Alfred F. Newton and James Alexander Robertson and Margaret K. Thayer and Michael Whiting and John F. Lawrence and Adam Ślipiński and David R. Maddison and Brian D. Farrell},
  journal={Systematic Entomology},
  year={2015},
  volume={40}
}
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