Aaron D. Pan

Aaron D. Pan

Texas Tech University

H-index: 15

North America-United States

About Aaron D. Pan

Aaron D. Pan, With an exceptional h-index of 15 and a recent h-index of 11 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Texas Tech University, specializes in the field of Paleobotany, Paleoecology, Plant Systematics, Malacology, Entomology.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Velvet Ants of North America

A FOSSIL ANTHONOTHA (LEGUMINOSAE: DETARIOIDEAE: AMHERSTIEAE) SPECIES FROM THE EARLY MIOCENE (21.73 MA) OF ETHIOPIA

First evidence of a monodominant (Englerodendron, Amherstieae, Detarioideae, Leguminosae) tropical moist forest from the early Miocene (21.73 Ma) of Ethiopia

High taxonomic resolution SEM study of pollen and spores from the 21.73 Ma Mush flora, Ethiopia, Africa

Assessing Müllerian mimicry in North American bumble bees using human perception

New distributions and ecological records of the rare Texas endemic species, Holcopasites jerryrozeni (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Nomadinae: Ammobatoidini), in the Texas Panhandle

Is Africa really an “odd man out”? Evidence for diversity decline across the Oligocene-Miocene boundary

A scientific note on the behavior of the endangered Anthricinan yellow-faced bee (Hylaeus anthracinus) from South Kohala District, Hawai ‘i, Hawai ‘i

Aaron D. Pan Information

University

Texas Tech University

Position

Executive Director Museum of

Citations(all)

866

Citations(since 2020)

384

Cited By

620

hIndex(all)

15

hIndex(since 2020)

11

i10Index(all)

17

i10Index(since 2020)

13

Email

University Profile Page

Texas Tech University

Aaron D. Pan Skills & Research Interests

Paleobotany

Paleoecology

Plant Systematics

Malacology

Entomology

Top articles of Aaron D. Pan

Title

Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

Velvet Ants of North America

Kevin Williams

Aaron D Pan

Joseph S Wilson

2024/1/16

A FOSSIL ANTHONOTHA (LEGUMINOSAE: DETARIOIDEAE: AMHERSTIEAE) SPECIES FROM THE EARLY MIOCENE (21.73 MA) OF ETHIOPIA

International Journal of Plant Sciences

Aaron D Pan

Bonnie F Jacobs

Ellen D Currano

Manuel de la Estrella

Patrick S Herendeen

...

2023/9/1

First evidence of a monodominant (Englerodendron, Amherstieae, Detarioideae, Leguminosae) tropical moist forest from the early Miocene (21.73 Ma) of Ethiopia

Plos one

Aaron D Pan

Bonnie F Jacobs

Rosemary T Bush

Manuel de la Estrella

Friðgeir Grímsson

...

2023/1/11

High taxonomic resolution SEM study of pollen and spores from the 21.73 Ma Mush flora, Ethiopia, Africa

EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts

Julia Hoffmann

Bonnie F Jacobs

Ellen D Currano

Aaron D Pan

Friðgeir Grímsson

2023/5

Assessing Müllerian mimicry in North American bumble bees using human perception

Scientific Reports

Joseph S Wilson

Aaron D Pan

Sussy I Alvarez

Olivia Messinger Carril

2022/10/20

New distributions and ecological records of the rare Texas endemic species, Holcopasites jerryrozeni (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Nomadinae: Ammobatoidini), in the Texas Panhandle

Journal of the Kansas Entomological Society

Aaron D. Pan

John L. Neff

Joseph S. Wilson

2021/10

Is Africa really an “odd man out”? Evidence for diversity decline across the Oligocene-Miocene boundary

International Journal of Plant Sciences

ED Currano

BF Jacobs

AD Pan

2021/7/1

A scientific note on the behavior of the endangered Anthricinan yellow-faced bee (Hylaeus anthracinus) from South Kohala District, Hawai ‘i, Hawai ‘i

Apidologie

Aaron D Pan

Joseph S Wilson

2020/8

More eyes on the prize: an observation of a very rare, threatened species of Philippine Bumble bee, Bombus irisanensis, on iNaturalist and the importance of citizen science in …

Journal of Insect Conservation

Joseph S. Wilson

Aaron D. Pan

David E.M. General

Jonathan B. Koch

2020/3

Ecological dynamic equilibrium in an early Miocene (21.73 Ma) forest, Ethiopia

Palaeogeography, palaeoclimatology, palaeoecology

Ellen D Currano

Bonnie F Jacobs

Rosemary T Bush

Alice Novello

Mulugeta Feseha

...

2020/2/1

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Aaron D. Pan FAQs

What is Aaron D. Pan's h-index at Texas Tech University?

The h-index of Aaron D. Pan has been 11 since 2020 and 15 in total.

What are Aaron D. Pan's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Velvet Ants of North America

A FOSSIL ANTHONOTHA (LEGUMINOSAE: DETARIOIDEAE: AMHERSTIEAE) SPECIES FROM THE EARLY MIOCENE (21.73 MA) OF ETHIOPIA

First evidence of a monodominant (Englerodendron, Amherstieae, Detarioideae, Leguminosae) tropical moist forest from the early Miocene (21.73 Ma) of Ethiopia

High taxonomic resolution SEM study of pollen and spores from the 21.73 Ma Mush flora, Ethiopia, Africa

Assessing Müllerian mimicry in North American bumble bees using human perception

New distributions and ecological records of the rare Texas endemic species, Holcopasites jerryrozeni (Hymenoptera: Apidae: Nomadinae: Ammobatoidini), in the Texas Panhandle

Is Africa really an “odd man out”? Evidence for diversity decline across the Oligocene-Miocene boundary

A scientific note on the behavior of the endangered Anthricinan yellow-faced bee (Hylaeus anthracinus) from South Kohala District, Hawai ‘i, Hawai ‘i

...

are the top articles of Aaron D. Pan at Texas Tech University.

What are Aaron D. Pan's research interests?

The research interests of Aaron D. Pan are: Paleobotany, Paleoecology, Plant Systematics, Malacology, Entomology

What is Aaron D. Pan's total number of citations?

Aaron D. Pan has 866 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Aaron D. Pan?

The co-authors of Aaron D. Pan are Michael S. Engel, Bonnie Jacobs.

Co-Authors

H-index: 64
Michael S. Engel

Michael S. Engel

University of Kansas

H-index: 29
Bonnie Jacobs

Bonnie Jacobs

Southern Methodist University

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