While Lupia first published as a graduate student, he currently has his own lab in addition to research projects of his own that generate publications.
Selected publications of Lupia and his collaborators are the following publications.
Lupia, Richard A., Brinkley, Rhiannon, Naeher, Tiffany, and Burkhalter, Roger J., 2002. Preliminary Survey of a Desmoinesian Flora from the Upper Savanna Formation (Pennsylvanian) of Oklahoma: Oklahoma Geology Notes, v. 62, no. 1, p. 19-26. [SNOMNH_Pbot-00000019]
Lupia, Richard A., 2004. Megaspores and Palynomorphs from the Lower Potomac Group of Maryland, USA: International Journal of Plant Sciences v. 168 no. 4, p. 651-670. [SNOMNH_Pbot-00000000]
Nowak, Michael Dennis, and Lupia, Richard A., 2004. Arcellites stellatus n. sp., a New Megaspore from the Early Cretaceous of Maryland, USA: Journal of Paleontology v. 78 no. 6, p. 1207-1213. [SNOMNH_Pbot-00000000]
Schneider, Harald, Schuettpelz, Eric, Pryer, Kathleen M., Cranfill, Raymond, Magallón, Susana and Lupia, Richard A., 2004. Ferns Diversified in the Shadow of Angiosperms: Nature v. 428, p. 553-557. [SNOMNH_Pbot-00000000]
Forest, Félix, Savolainen, Vincent, Chase, Mark W., Lupia, Richard A., Bruneau, Anne and Crane, Peter R., 2005. Teasing Apart Molecular versus Fossil-based Error Estimates When Dating Phylogenetic Trees: A Case Study in the Birch Family (Betulaceae): Systematic Botany v. 30, p. 118-133. [SNOMNH_Pbot-00000000]
McElwain, Jennifer C., Willis, Katherine J. and Lupia, Richard A., 2005. Cretaceous CO2 Decline and the Radiation and Diversification of Angiosperms, in Ehleringer, James R., Cerling, Thure E. and Dearing, M. Denise, eds., A History of Atmospheric CO2 and its Effects on Plants, Animals and Ecosystems: Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany, p. 133-165. [SNOMNH_Pbot-00000000]
Nowak, Michael Dennis, and Lupia, Richard A., 2005. Reinvestigation of Ariadnaesporites varius Hall and Peake, 1968 emend. Hall, 1975: Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology v. 135, p. 41-59. [SNOMNH_Pbot-00000000]
DiMichele, William A., Cecil, C. Blaine, Chaney, Dan S., Elrick, Scott D., Lucas, Spencer G., Lupia, Richard A., Nelson, W. John and Tabor, Neil J., 2011. Pennsylvanian-Permian Vegetational Changes in Tropical Euramerica, in Harper, John A., ed., Geology of the Pennsylvanian-Permian in the Dunkard Basin: Guidebook for the 76th Annual Field Conference of Pennsylvanian Geologists, Washington, Pennsylvania: Field Conference of Pennsylvania Geologists, Inc., Middletown, Pennsylvania, United States, p. 60-102. [SNOMNH_Pbot-00000000]
Lupia, Richard A., 2011. Late Santonian Megaspore Floras from the Gulf Coastal Plain (Georgia, USA): Journal of Paleontology v. 85, p. 1-21. [SNOMNH_Pbot-00000000]
Lupia, Richard A., and Armitage, John Louis, 2013. Late Pennsylvanian–Early Permian Vegetational Transition in Oklahoma: Palynological Record: International Journal of Coal Geology v. 119, p. 165-176. doi: 10.1016/j.coal.2013.06.003 [SNOMNH_Pbot-00000000]
Lupia, Richard A., 2015. Mid-Cretaceous Megaspore Floras from Maryland, USA: Journal of Paleontology v. 89 no. 3, p. 494-521. [SNOMNH_Pbot-00000000]
Lupia, Richard A., Wyckoff, Don G. and Bonefield, P., in press. Low Magnification Examination of Experimentally Heated Frisco Chert Flakes: Light Microscopy versus Scanning Electron Microscopy, in The Calf Creek Horizon: The Archaeology of Mid-Holocene Hunter-Gatherers on the Southern Plains p. x-x. [SNOMNH_Pbot-00000000]