Research by Kurt Neubig


This site is a primer for research projects with which I am involved, both past and present.  Most of my research is phylogenetically based, which means that I use DNA, morphological, or anatomical data to generate trees that represent evolutionary relationships.  Understanding variation in other aspects about an organism, such as geographic distributions or pollination biology, within a phylogenetic context allows for a greater understanding of evolutionary patterns.  If you would like to see some of my past and current research projects click on the research tab above.



385 Dickinson Hall, Florida Museum of Natural History,

University of Florida Gainesville, Florida 32611-7800

email: kneubig *at*        tel: 352 284 3688

See my citation profile on google scholar, a running total of data submitted to genbank, and datasets available at dryad.