2023: Manchester, S.R, A. Foster, T.A. Lott. The Paleocene Horse Creek florule, Tongue River Member of the Fort Union Formation, southeastern Montana, USA. Acta Palaeobotanica 63(1): 32-53.

2021: Manchester, S.R., T.A. Lott, F. Herrera, H. Hooghiemstra, V.M. Wijninga and P.W. Fritsch. Symplocos fruits from the Pliocene of Colombia. Systematic Botany 46(2): 416-421.

2019. Manchester, S.R., T.A. Lott. Bonanzacarpon sprungeri, a bizarre fruit type from the Eocene Green River Formation of Utah, USA. Fossil Imprint 75(2): 281-288.

2019. Lott, T.A., S.R. Manchester, S.L. Corbett. The Miocene Flora of Alum Bluff, Florida. Acta Palaeobotanica 59(1): 75–129.

2019. Matthews, D.L., T.A. Lott, J.Y. Miller, J.K. Toomey and R.W. Portell. Plume moths recorded from the United States naval base, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. News of the Lepidoptersts’ Society 61 (1): 14-19.

2018. Matthews, D.L., J.Y. Miller, A.D. Warren, J.K. Toomey, R.W. Portell, T.A.Lott and N.V. Grishin. Are Miami blues in Cuba? A review of the genus Cyclargus Nabokov (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) with implications for conservation management. Insecta Mundi 0676: 1-38.

2014. Endara, L., A. Soto-Centeno, T.A. Lott, P.S. Soltis. Preserving biodiversity for long-term research: The Genetic Resources Repository of the Florida Museum of Natural History. In: Applequist, W.L., Campbell, L.M. DNA (eds.), Banking for the 21st Century, Proceeding of the U.S. Workshop on DNA Banking. The William Brown Center at the Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A. pp 49-55.

2014. Dilcher, D.L., T.A. Lott, M.A. Gibson and C. Dudley. 2014. An extinct caesalpinoid flower from the Eocene of western Tennessee. In W.D. Stevens, O.M. Montiel & R.H. Raven [eds.], Paleobotany and Biogeography: A Festschrift for Alan Graham in His 80th Year, 51–63. Missouri Botanical Garden Press, St. Louis.

2012. Manchester, S. R., I. Chen, and T. A. Lott. Seeds of Ampelocissus, Cissus, and Leea (Vitales) from the Paleogene of Western Peru and their biogeographic significance. International Journal of Plant Sciences 173 (8): 933-943.

2012. Matthews, D.L., J.Y. Miller, T.A. Lott, R.W. Portell, and J.K. Toomey. Biogeographic affinities of Guantanamo butterflies and a report on species recorded from the United States Naval Base, Cuba. Bulletin of the Allyn Museum 164: 1-51.

2011. Atwater, M., and T. A. Lott. 2011. A simple technique to sample pollen from moths and its applications to ecological studies. Journal of the Lepidopterists Society 65(4): 265-267.

2011. Manchester, S. R., and T. A. Lott. Review of “Late Cainozoic Floras of Iceland – 15 Million Years of Vegetation and Climate History in the Northern North Atlantic.” By Denk, Th., F. Grimsson, Zetter, R. and Simonarson, L. A. (2011). Sprnger Topics in Geobiology, Vol. 35, 854 pp. IOP Newsletteer 95.

2011. Lott, T. A., D. L. Dilcher, S. P. Horn, O. Vargas, and R. Sandford Jr. Pleistocene Flora of Rio Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica. Palaeontologia Electronica, March 2011.

2009. Mehrotra, R.C., D. L. Dilcher and T. A. Lott. Notes on elements of the Oligocene flora from the Makum Coalfield, Assam, India. The Palaeobotanist 58: 1-9.

2009. Dilcher, D. L., E. A. Kowalski, M. C. Wiemann, L. F. Hinojosa, and T. A. Lott. A climatic and taxonomic comparison between leaf litter and standing vegetation from a Florida swamp woodland. American Journal of Botany 96(6): 1108-1115.

2008. Wang, X., and D. L. Dilcher, T. A. Lott, and Y. Li. Parapodocarpus gen. nov. and its implications for interpreting the ovulate organ in Podocarpaceae. Geophytology 37:1-8.

2007. Steadman, D. W., R. Franz, G. S. Morgan, N. A. Albury, B. Kakuk, K. Broad, S. E. Franz, K. Tinker, M. P. Pateman, T. A. Lott, D. M. Jarzen and D. L. Dilcher. Exceptionally well preserved late Quaternary plant and vertebrate fossils from a blue hole on Abaco, The Bahamas. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104: 19897-19902.

2007. Wang, Q., D. L. Dilcher, and T. A. Lott. Podocarpium A. Braun ex Stizenberger 1851 from the middle Miocene of Eastern China, and its paleoecology and biogeography. Acta Palaeobotanica 47(1): 237-251.

2006. Wang, Q., D. L. Dilcher, X. Y. Zhu, Y. L. Zhou, and T. A. Lott. Fruits and leaflets of Wisteria (Fabaceae, Papilionoideae) from the Miocene of Shandong Province, eastern China. International Journal of Sciences, 167(5): 1061-1074.

2006. Manchester, S., R. Spicer, H. Wang, D. Jarzen, and T. A. Lott. 2006. Advances in Paleobotany–Recognizing the contributions of David L. Dilcher and Jack A. Wolfe on the occasion of their 70th year. Program and Abstracts. FLMNH, Gainesville, FL.

2006. Lott, T. L. Sawmill Sink: Paleobotanical and Palynological Survey; Initial Report. Friends of the Environment, Abaco Island, Bahama.

2005. Dilcher, D. L., M. E. Bernardes-de-Oliveira, D. Pons, and T. A. Lott. Erratum. American Journal of Botany, 92(12):1957.

2005. Dilcher, D. L., and T. A. Lott. A middle Eocene fossil plant assemblage (Powers Clay Pit) from western Tennessee. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 45(1): 1-43.

2005. Dilcher, D. L., T. A. Lott, and B. J. Axsmith. Fossil plants from the Union Chapel Mine, Alabama. In: Buta, R. J., Rindsberg, A. K., and Kapaska-Merkel, D. C. (editors), Pennsylvanian Footprints in the Black Warrior Basin of Alabama, pages 153-168. Alabama Paleontological Society, Monograph No. 1, Birmingham, Alabama.

2005. Dilcher, D. L. and T. A. Lott. Plant Atlas. In: Buta, R. J., Rindsberg, A. K., and Kapaska-Merkel, D. C. (editors), Pennsylvanian Footprints in the Black Warrior Basin of Alabama, pages 339-365. Alabama Paleontological Society, Monograph No. 1, Birmingham, Alabama.

2005. Dilcher, D. L., M. E. Bernardes-de-Oliveira, D. Pons, and T. A. Lott. Welwitschiaceae from the Lower Cretaceous of northeastern Brazil. American Journal of Botany, 92(8): 1294-1310..

2005. Yang, Y., B. Y. Geng, D. L. Dilcher, Z. D. Chen, and T. A. Lott. Morphology and affinities of an Early Cretaceous Ephedra from China. American Journal of Botany, 92 (2): 231-241.

2005. Matthews, D. L. and T. A. Lott. Larval hostplants of the Pterophoridae (Lepidoptera: Pterophoridea). Memoirs of the American Entomological Institute 76: 1-324.

2004. Dilcher, D. L., T. A. Lott, X. Wang, and Q. Wang. A History of tree canopies. In: Lowman, M. D., and Rinker, H. B. (editors) Forest Canopies, 2nd edition, pages 118-137. Elsevier Co., San Diego, California.

2003. Horn, S. P., R. L. Sanford Jr., D. L. Dilcher, T. A. Lott, P. R. Renne, M. C. Wiemann, D. Cozadd, and O. Vargas. Pleistocene plant fossils in and near La Selva Biological Station, Costa Rica. Biotropica 35(3): 434-441.

2001. Dilcher, D. L., B. Roger Moore, T. A. Lott, and M. A. Gibson. Appendix H, An illustrated manual of plant fossils from Wilbank’s Clay Pit, Middle Eocene Claiborne Formation, Western Tennessee. Pp. 82-95. In Fossil Plants from the Wilbanks Clay Pit (Middle Eocene Claiborne Formation, Western Tennessee) Paleontological Implications and Educational Applications. Master Degree, Martin, University of Tennessee.

1998. Lott, T. A., S. R. Manchester, and D. L. Dilcher. A unique and complete polemoniaceous plant from the middle Eocene of Utah, USA. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 104: 39-49.