Gregory S. Herbert
Gregory S. Herbert
Associate Professor of Paleobiology, University of South Florida
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Reduced competition and altered feeding behavior among marine snails after a mass extinction
GP Dietl, GS Herbert, GJ Vermeij
Science 306 (5705), 2229-2231, 2004
Measuring relative abundance in fossil and living assemblages
GJ Vermeij, GS Herbert
Paleobiology 30, 1-4, 2004
Reconstructing early 17th century estuarine drought conditions from Jamestown oysters
JM Harding, HJ Spero, R Mann, GS Herbert, JL Sliko
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (23), 10549-10554, 2010
Influence of alternative shell-drilling behaviours on attack duration of the predatory snail, Chicoreus dilectus
GP Dietl, GS Herbert
Journal of Zoology 265 (2), 201-206, 2005
Provenance analysis of Olivella biplicata shell beads from the California and Oregon Coast by stable isotope fingerprinting
JW Eerkens, GS Herbert, JS Rosenthal, HJ Spero
Journal of Archaeological Science 32 (10), 1501-1514, 2005
No honor among snails: conspecific competition leads to incomplete drill holes by a naticid gastropod
JA Hutchings, GS Herbert
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 379, 32-38, 2013
A developmental perspective on evolutionary innovation in the radula of the predatory neogastropod family Muricidae
GS Herbert, D Merle, CS Gallardo
American Malacological Bulletin 23 (1), 17-32, 2007
Shell Bead Sourcing: A Comparison of Two Techniques on Olivella biplicata Shells and Beads from Western North America
JW Eerkens, JS Rosenthal, HJ Spero, R Shiraki, GS Herbert
Did shell-crushing crabs trigger an escalatory arms race in the aftermath of a Late Neogene regional mass extinction event? An experimental test
LB Whitenack, GS Herbert
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 417, 57-65, 2015
A note on edge drilling predation by naticid gastropods
S Mondal, JA Hutchings, GS Herbert
Journal of Molluscan Studies 80 (2), 206-212, 2014
Tests of the escalation hypothesis: The role of multiple predators
GS Herbert, GP Dietl
Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 34 (6), 538-539, 2002
Paleoecological significance of coupling metrics of successful and unsuccessful shell-breaking predation: examples using Neogene bivalve prey
S Mondal, PJ Harries, S Paul, GS Herbert
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 399, 89-97, 2014
Plio–Pleistocene drilling predation in Florida bivalves: Predator identity, competition, and biotic change
S Paul, GS Herbert
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 404, 67-77, 2014
Reconstructing carbon sources in a dynamic estuarine ecosystem using oyster amino acid δ13C values from shell and tissue
GS Ellis, G Herbert, D Hollander
Journal of Shellfish Research 33 (1), 217-225, 2014
A large new species of Lobatus (Gastropoda: Strombidae) from the Neogene of the Dominican Republic, with notes on the genus
BM Landau, GC Kronenberg, GS Herbert
The Veliger 50 (1), 31-38, 2008
Extremely Slow Feeding in a Tropical Drilling Ectoparasite, Vitularia salebrosa (King and Broderip, 1832) (Gastropoda: Muricidae), on Molluscan Hosts from Pacific …
GS Herbert, GP Dietl, H Fortunato, LRL Simone, JL Sliko
The Nautilus 123 (3), 121, 2009
Observations on diet and mode of predation in Stramonita biserialis (Gastropoda: Muricidae) from the northern Gulf of California
GS Herbert
Festivus 36, 41-45, 2004
Prehistoric baseline reveals substantial decline of oyster reef condition in a Gulf of Mexico conservation priority area
ACDCPS Stephen G. Hesterberg, Gregory S. Herbert, Thomas J. Pluckhahn, Ryan ...
Biology Letters 16 (2), 2020
Sclerochronological basis for growth band counting: A reliable technique for life-span determination of Crassostrea virginica from the mid-Atlantic United States
JB Zimmt, R Lockwood, CFT Andrus, GS Herbert
Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology 516, 54-63, 2019
A molecular phylogenetic framework for the subfamily Ocenebrinae (Gastropoda, Muricidae)
A Barco, G Herbert, R Houart, G Fassio, M Oliverio
Zoologica Scripta 46 (3), 322-335, 2017
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