Selected Intellectual Contributions

  • Emily L. Kasl, W. F. Font, and C. D. Criscione. 2018. Resolving evolutionary changes in parasite life cycle complexity: molecular phylogeny of the trematode genus Alloglossidium indicates more than one origin of precociousness. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
  • C T. McAllister, E L. Kasl, H W. Robinson, M B. Connior, and W F. Font. 2016. New Host Records for Alloglossidium progeneticum (Digenea: Macroderoididae) in Crayfishes (Decapoda: Cambaridae) from Arkansas and Oklahoma, U.S.A.. Comparative Parasitology
  • Emily L. Kasl, C T. McAllister, H W. Robinson, M B. Connior, and W F. Font. 2015. Evolutionary consequence of a change in life cycle complexity: a link between precocious development and evolution towards female-biased sex allocation in a hermaphroditic parasite.. Evolution
  • Emily L. Kasl, T J. Fayton, W F. Font, and C D. Criscione. 2014. Alloglossidium floridense n. sp. (Digenea: Macroderoididae) from a spring run in north central Florida.. Journal of Parasitology
  • M J. Gorton*, E L. Kasl*, J T. Detwiler*, and C D. Criscione. 2012. Testing local scale panmixia provides insights into the cryptic ecology, evolution, and epidemiology of metazoan animal parasites.. Parasitology