EECB Evoluncheon Series


Fridays 11:30 to 12:30

Gilmore 306

(in person unless otherwise notified)

13

No Evoluncheon - Faculty meeting canceled

20

Dr. Anthony Cognato

Michigan State University

Bark and ambrosia beetles (Curculionidae: Scolytinae): diversity, biological novelties and imminent pests

27

Student meeting

Spring semester 2023

January

February
3

Dr. Chris Bae

Department of Anthropology

Modern human origins: view from eastern Asia

10

Open

17

Dr. Lee Altenberg (remote only)

Information and Computer Sciences Department

What if phenotypic plasticity could utilize population-genetic information?

23

Workshop

EECB careers in private industry

March
3

McLean Worsham

School of Life Sciences (Zoology)

Title forthcoming

10

Kevin Facenda

School of Life Sciences (Botany)

From the pasture to the present: the history of grass invasions in Hawai‘i

 

Leon Tran

School of Life Sciences (Zoology)

Ontogenetic resilience to marine heatwaves and hypoxia in Octopus cyanea

17

No Evoluncheon - Spring break

24

Dr. Nelson O'Driscoll

Acadia University

Wetland restoration, biovectors, and mercury cycling in Nova Scotia, Canada

31

Manya Singh

School of Life Sciences (Botany)

Title forthcoming

April
7

No Evoluncheon - Good Friday

14

No Evoluncheon - Tester Symposium

21

Chasen Griffin

School of Life Sciences (Zoology)

Title forthcoming

28

Workshop

Applying for a federal job: USAJobs and federal resume

5

Open

12

Open - Semester ends

May

 


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Welcome to EECB

The EECB graduate specialization at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa is an interdisciplinary program promoting integration among the traditionally separate disciplines that come together synergistically under the umbrella of Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology. Participation in the program is available to students enrolled in the affiliated graduate programs. The program draws on the resources of approximately 50 faculty with research skills in many specialized areas, from various programs in the College of Natural Sciences, the College of Social Sciences, the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources, the School of Medicine, and the School of Ocean and Earth Science and Technology, as well as from the University of Hawaii at Hilo and affiliate faculty from other agencies.

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Please send news items to Rob Cowie (cowie@hawaii.edu), especially new publications for the list below)

 

Please welcome new EECB students joining the program in spring 2023:
Anthropology—Daniel Cusimano; Botany—Juan Francisco Guisado Chavez, Sunyoung Park; Entomology—Mason Russo; NREM-Kristina Estrada; TPSS—Quinn Campbell, Karen Parada; Zoology—Noah Doeden, Ginevra Walker

 

EECB Fellowships 2022

The following graduate students were awarded EECB fellowships:

Maybelle Roth Fellowship - Ana Flores

Watson T. Yoshimoto Fellowship - Brad Reil, Kevin Faccenda

Hampton & Meredith Carson Fellowship - Leon Tran

 

The 2023 graduate student representatives are: Chasen Griffin (Zoology) and Ana Flores (Botany).

Latest News from EECB

EECB Book Clubs

 

If you are interested in an EECB book club please access this Google doc to add titles and list your interest in joining. All, including faculty and staff, are very welcome to join.

 

Scientific writing, publishing and reviewing—a guide for students

 

As a follow-up to the 30 October 2015 Evoluncheon (Drs. Mark Hixon and Rob Toonen), a link is provided here to Mark's extremely useful 2004 co-authored paper "Scientific writing, publishing and reviewing—a guide for students" published in the Ecological Society of America Bulletin. And here is a link to former EECB faculty member Dr. Chris Lepczyk's 2011 paper "A beginner's guide to reviewing manuscripts in ecology and conservation" published in Ideas in Ecology and Evolution.

 

A selection of new publications by EECB faculty and students in 2022
(including research by former students while in EECB)

 

 

Amend, A.S., Swift, S.O.I., Darcy, J.L., Belcaid, M., Nelson, C.E., Buchanan, J., Cetraro, N., Fraiola, K.M.S., Frank, K., Kajihara, K., McDermot, T.G., McFall-Ngai, M., Medeiros, M., Mora, C., Nakayama, K.K., Nguyen, N.H., Rollins, R.L., Sadowski, P., Sparagon, W., Téfit, M.A., Yew, J.Y., Yogi, D. & Hynson, N.A. 2022. A ridge-to-reef ecosystem microbial census reveals environmental reservoirs for animal and plant microbiomes. PNAS 119(33): e2204146119.

 

Au, M.G. & Wright, M.G. 2022. Arcte coerula (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae): a new invasive pest in Hawaiʻi on endemic plants. Proceedings of the Hawaiian Entomological Society 54: 63-75.

 

Austin, K.A. & Rubinoff, D. 2022. Eleven new records of Lepidoptera in the Hawaiian Islands including corrections to the Hawaiian Terrestrial Arthropod Checklist. Bishop Museum Occasional Papers 142: 49-74.

 

Barley, A.J., Cordes, J.E., Walker, J.M. & Thomson, R.C. 2022. Genetic diversity and the origins of parthenogenesis in the teiid lizard Aspidoscelis laredoensis. Molecular Ecology 31: 266-278.

 

Barley, A.J., Nieto-Montes de Oca, A., Manríquez-Morán, N.L. & Thomson, R.C. 2022. The evolutionary network of whiptail lizards reveals predictable outcomes of hybridization. Science 377: 773-777.

 

Butt, N., Halpern, B.S., O’Hara, C.C., Allcock, A.L., Polidoro, B., Sherman, S., Byrne, M., Birkeland, C., Dwyer, R.G., Frazier, M., Woodworth, B.K., Arango, C.P., Kingsford, M.J., Udyawer, V., Hutchings, P., Scanes, E., McClaren, E.J., Maxwell, S.M., Diaz-Pulido, G., Dugan, E., Simmons, B.A., Wenger, A.S., Linardich, C. & Klein, C.J. 2022. A trait-based framework for assessing the vulnerability of marine species to human impacts. Ecosphere 13: e3919.

 

Cabrera, F.P., Huisman, J.M., Spalding, H.L., Kosaki, R.K., Smith, C.M. & Sherwood, A.R. 2022. Cryptic diversity in the genus Croisettea (Kallymeniaceae, Rhodophyta) from Hawaiian mesophotic reefs. Phycologia. doi: 10.1080/00318884.2022.2096823

 

Cabrera, F.P., Huisman, J.M., Spalding, H.L., Kosaki, R.K. & Sherwood, A.R. 2022. Diversity of Kallymeniaceae (Gigartinales, Rhodophyta) associated with Hawaiian mesophotic reefs. European Journal of Phycology 57(1): 68-78.

 

Canfield, S.J., Galván-Magaña,F. & Bowen, B.W. 2022. Little sharks in a big world: mitochondrial DNA reveals small-scale population structure in the demersal California Horn Shark (Heterodontus francisci). Journal of Heredity 113: 298–310.

 

Case, S.B., Postelli, K., Drake, D.R., Vizentin-Bugoni, J., Foster, J.T., Sperry, J.H., Kelley, J.P. & Tarwater, C.E. 2022. Introduced galliforms as seed predators and dispersers in Hawaiian forests. Biological Invasions 24: 3087-3093.

 

Cave, R., Moore, A. & Wright, M.G. 2022. Biological control of the cycad Aulacaspis scale, Aulacaspis yasumatsui. In: Contributions of Classical Biocontrol to the US Food Security, Forestry and Biodiversity (ed. van Driesche, R.G., Winston, R.L., Perring, T.M. & Lopez, V.M.), p. 189-203. USDA Forest Service, FHAAST-2019-05.

 

Chao, Y.-S., Ebihara, A., Chiou, W.-L., Tsai, J.-M., Huang, Y.-W. & Ranker, T.A. 2022. Reticulate evolution in the Pteris fauriei group (Pteridaceae). Scientific Reports. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-022-11390-7

 

Chong, R.A., Steck, M. & Porter, M.L. 2022. Complete mitochondrial genomes and phylogenetic analysis of the Hawaiian planthoppers Iolania Perkins and Oliarus cf. filicicola (Hemiptera: Cixiidae). Mitochondrial DNA Part B 7(6): 1015-1017.

 

Chong, R.A., University of Hawai’i at Mānoa SEA-PHAGES students, Donachie, S.P., Reed, F.A. & Porter, M.L. 2022. Genome sequence of Arthrobacter globiformis phage KeAlii from Hawai’i. Microbiology Resource Announcements: e00439-22. https://doi.org/10.1128/mra.00439-22

 

Coleman, R.R. & Bowen, B.W. 2022. Genomic assessment of an endemic Hawaiian surgeonfish, Acanthurus triostegus sandvicensis reveals high levels of connectivity and fine-scale population structure. Coral Reefs 41: 687–697.

 

Counsell, C.W., Coleman, R.R., Lal, S.S., Bowen, B.W., Franklin, E.C., Neuheimer, A.B., Powell B.S., Toonen, R.J., Donahue, M.J., Hixon, M.A. & McManus, M.A. 2022. Opening the black box: interdisciplinary analysis of larval dispersal for a coral reef fish. Marine Ecology Progress Series 684: 117–132.

 

Cowie, R.H. (Editor) 2022. Newsletter of the IUCN/SSC Mollusc Specialist Group. Issue 30, 67 p. https://www.hawaii.edu/cowielab/Tentacle/Tentacle_30.pdf

 

Cowie, R.H. 2022. Evolution, extinction and conservation of native Pacific island land snails. In: Imperiled: the Encyclopedia of Conservation, vol. 1 (ed. DellaSala, D.A. & Goldstein, M.I.), p. 395-404. Elsevier. doi: 10.1016/B978-0-12-821139-7.00023-4

 

Cowie, R.H., Bouchet, P., Fontaine, B. 2022. The Sixth Extinction: fact, fiction or speculation? Biological Reviews 97(2): 640-663.

 

Cowie, R.H., Ansdell, V., Panosian Dunavan, C. & Rollins, R.L. 2022. Neuroangiostrongyliasis: global spread of an emerging tropical disease. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 107(6): 1166-1172.

 

Dudoit, C.A., Santos, M.E.A., Reimer, J.D. & Toonen, R.J. 2022. Phylogenomics of Palythoa (Hexacorallia: Zoantharia): probing species boundaries in a globally distributed genus. Coral Reefs 41: 655-672.

 

Dulai, H., Smith, C.M., Amato, D.W., Gibson, V. & Bremer, L.L. 2021. Risk to native marine macroalgae from land-use and climatechange-related modifications to groundwater discharge in Hawaiʻi. Limnology and Oceanography Letters. Online early. doi: 10.1002/lol2.10232

 

Faccenda, K., & Daehler, C.C. 2022. A screening system to predict wildfire risk of invasive plants. Biological Invasions 24: 575-589.

 

Filous, A., Friedlander, A.M., Toribiong, M., Lennox, R.J., Mereb, G. & Golbuu, Y. 2022. The movements of yellowfin tuna, blue marlin, and sailfish within the Palau National Marine Sanctuary and the western Pacific Ocean. ICES Journal of Marine Science 79: 445-456.

 

Fortini, L., Krushelnycky, P.D., Drake, D.R., Starr. F., Starr, K. & Chimera, C.D. 2022. Complex demographic responses to contrasting climate drivers lead to divergent population trends across the range of a threatened alpine plant. Global Ecology and Conservation 32: e01954.

 

Friedlander, A.M., Ballesteros, E., Breedy, O., Naranjo-Elizondo, B., Hernandez, N., Salinas-de-Leon, P,. Sale, E. & Cortes, J. 2022. Nearshore marine biodiversity of Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica: where the ocean meets the rainforest. PLoS ONE 17: e0271731.

 

Gelippi M., Caraveo-Patino J., Gauger M.F.W., Popp B.N., Panigada S. & Marcin-Medina R. 2022. Isotopic composition of eastern grey whale epidermis indicates contribution of prey outside Arctic feeding grounds. Scientific Reports 12: 7055, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-10780-1.

 

Gibson, V.L., Bremer, L.L., Burnett, K.M., Lui, N.K. & Smith, C.M. 2022. Biocultural values of groundwater dependent ecosystems in Kona, Hawaiʻi. Ecology & Society 27(3): 18. https://doi.org/10.5751/ES-13432-270318

 

Giddens, J., Kobayashi, D.R., Mukai, G.N.M., Asher, J., Birkeland, C., Fitchett, M., Hixon, M.A., Hutchinson, M., Mundy, B.C., O’Malley, J.M., Sabater, M., Scott, M., Stahl, J., Toonen, R., Trianni, M., Woodworth-Jefcoats, P.A., Wren, J.L.K. & Nelson, M. 2022. Assessing the vulnerability of marine life to climate change in the Pacific Islands region. PLoS ONE 17(7): e0270930. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal. pone.0270930

 

Gilmour, M.E., Adams, J., Block, B.A., Caselle, J.E., Friedlander, A.M., Game, E.T., Hazen, E.L., Holmes, N.D., Lafferty, K.D., Maxwell, S.M. & McCauley, D.J. 2022. Evaluation of MPA designs that protect highly mobile megafauna now and under climate change scenarios. Global Ecology and Conservation 35: e02070.

 

Gühman, M., Porter, M.L. & Bok, M.J. 2022. The gluopsins: opsins without the retinal binding lysine. Cells 11(15): 2441.

 

Harmon, K.C., Opie, E., Winter, K.B., Schultz, K. & Price, M.R. 2022. Observations of successful nesting attempts by two endangered Hawaiian waterbird species in a restored Indigenous agro-ecosystem. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 134(1): 102–105.

 

Henley, E.M., Bouwmeester, J., Jury, C.P., Toonen, R.J., Quinn, M., Lager, C.V. & Hagedorn, M. 2022. Growth and survival among Hawaiian corals outplanted from tanks to an ocean nursery are driven by individual genotype and species differences rather than preconditioning to thermal stress. PeerJ 10: e13112.

 

Hennequin, S., Thiesen, J.F., Le Pechon, T., Viveros, R.S., Salino, A., Wood, K.R. & Ranker, T.A. 2022. Origin of Hawaiian ferns of the genus Ctenitis (Dryopteridaceae). Botany Letters. DOI: 10.1080/23818107.2022.2095672

 

Hixon, M.A., Bowen, B.W., Coleman, R.R., Counsell, C.W., Donahue, M.J., Franklin, E.C., Kittinger, J.N., McManus, M.A. & Toonen, R.J. 2022. Fish flow: following fisheries from spawning to supper. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 20: 247–254.

 

Hoban, M.L., Whitney, J., Collins, A.G., Meyer, C., Murphy, K.R., Reft, A.J. & Bemis, K.E. 2022. Skimming for barcodes: rapid production of mitochondrial genome and nuclear ribosomal repeat reference markers through shallow shotgun sequencing. PeerJ 10: e13790.

 

Honsberger, D.N. & Wright, M.G. 2022. A new species of Phymastichus (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae: Tetrastichinae) parasitic on Xyleborus beetles (Coleopetera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae) in Hawaii. Zootaxa 5116: 107-122.

 

Honsberger, D.N., Huber, J.T. & Wright, M.G. 2022. A new Mymaromma sp. (Mymarommatoidea, Mymarommatidae) in Hawaiʻi and first host record for the superfamily. Journal of Hymenoptera Research 89: 73-87.

 

Jacobs, K.P., Hunter, C.L., Forsman, Z.H., Pollock, A.L., Rocha de Souza, M. & Toonen, R.J. 2022. A phylogenomic examination of Palmyra Atoll’s corallimorpharian invader. Coral Reefs 41: 673-685.

 

Jury, C.P., Boeing, B.M., Trapido-Rosenthal, H., Gates, R.D. & Toonen R.J. 2022. Nitric oxide production rather than oxidative stress and cell death is associated with the onset of coral bleaching in Pocillopora acuta. PeerJ 10: e13321

 

Kajihara, K.T., Egan, C.P., Swift, S.O.I., Wall, C.B., Muir, C.D. & Hynson, N.A. 2022. Core arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi are predicted by their high abundance–occupancy relationship while host‐specific taxa are rare and geographically structured. New Phytologist 234: 1464-1476.

 

Kaufman, L.V. & Wright, M.G. 2022. Erythrina gall wasp successfully controlled by the introduction of a parasitoid wasp in Hawaii. In: Contributions of Classical Biocontrol to the US Food Security, Forestry and Biodiversity (ed. van Driesche, R.G., Winston, R.L., Perring, T.M. & Lopez, V.M.), p. 367-372. USDA Forest Service, FHAAST-2019-05.

 

Knapp, I.S.S., Forsman, Z.H., Greene, A.L., Johnston, E.C., Bardin,C.E., Gulko, D., Chan, N., Wolke, C. & Toonen, R.J. 2022. Coral micro-fragmentation assays for optimizing active reef restoration efforts. PeerJ 10: e13653.

 

Mafra-Neto, A., Wright, M., Fettig, C., Progar, R., Munson, S., Blackford, D., Moan, J., Graham, E., Foote, G., Borges, R., Silva, R., Lake, R., Bernardi, C., Saroli, J., Clarke, S., Meeker, J., Nowak, J., Agnello, A., Martini, X., Rivera, M. & Stelinski, L. 2022. Repellent semiochemical solutions to mitigate the impacts of global climate change on arthropod pests. In: Advances in Arthropod Repellents. Elsevier. p. 279-322.

 

Marra-Biggs, P., Fatherree, J., Green, A. & Toonen, R.J. 2022. Range expansion and first observation of Tridacna noae (Cardiidae: Tridacninae) in American Sāmoa. Ecology and Evolution 12: e9635.

 

McDonald, M.S., Palecanda, S., Cohen, J.H. & Porter, M.L. 2022. Ultraviolet vision in larval Neogonodactylus oerstedii. Journal of Experimental Biology 225(3): jeb243256.

 

McLachlan, R.H., Price, J.T., Muñoz-Garcia, A., Weisleder, N.L., Levas, S.J., Jury, C.P., Toonen, R.J. & Grottoli, A.G. 2022. Physiological acclimatization in Hawaiian corals following a 22-month shift in baseline seawater temperature and pH. Scientific Reports, 12 (3712). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-06896-z

 

Miyahira, I.C., Clavijo, C., Callil, C.T., Cuezzo, M.G., Darrigran, G., Gomes, S.R., Lasso, C.A., Mansur, M.C.D., Pena, M.S., Ramírez, R., Santos, R,C.L., Santos, S.B., Scarabino, F., Torres, S.H., Vogler, R.E. & Cowie, R.H. 2022. The conservation of non-marine molluscs in South America: where we are and how to move forward. Biodiversity and Conservation 31: 2543-2574.

 

Mora, C., McKenzie, T. Gaw, I.M., Dean, J.M., von Hammerstein, H., Knudson, T.A., Setter, R.O., Smith, C.Z., Webster, K.M., Patz J.A. & Franklin, E.C. 2022. Over half of known human pathogenic diseases can be aggravated by climate change. Nature Climate Change. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41558-022-01426-1

 

Nalley, E.M., Donahue, M.J. & Toonen, R.J. 2022. Metabarcoding as a tool to examine cryptic algae in the diets of two common grazing surgeonfishes, Acanthurus triostegus and A. nigrofuscus. Environmental DNA. 4(1): 135-146.

 

Okuhata B.K., Thomas D.M., Dulai H., Popp B.N., Lee J. & El-Kadi A.I. 2022. Inference of young groundwater ages and modern groundwater proportions using chlorofluorocarbon and tritium/helium-3 tracers from west Hawai‘i Island. Journal of Hydrology 609: 127755, doi.org/10.1016/j.jhydrol.2022.127755.

 

Parks, R., Harrington, S.M. & Thomson, R.C. 2022. Divergence dating and biogeography of Xenosauridae including fossils as terminal taxa. Journal of Herpetology 56: 349-354.

 

Petit, I.J., Gaymer, C.F., Friedlander, A.M. & Gusmao, J.B. 2022. Depth as a fish refuge from spearfishing at Rapa Nui: Flight behaviour in the Pacific rudderfish Kyphosus sandwicensis. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 32: 727-740.

 

Plunkett, G.M., Ranker, T.A., Sam, C. & Balick, M.J. 2022. Towards a checklist of the vascular flora of Vanuatu. Candollea 77: 105–118.

 

Ranker, T.A., Balick, M.J., Plunkett, G.M., Harrison, K.D., Wahe, J.-P. & Wahe, M. 2022. Ethnobotany and vernacular names of the lycophytes and ferns of Tafea Province, Vanuatu. American Fern Journal 112: 143–177.

 

Rollins, R.L., Qader, M., Gosnell, W.L., Wang, C., Cao, S. & Cowie, R.H. 2022. A validated high-throughput method for assaying rat lungworm (Angiostrongylus cantonensis) motility when challenged with potentially anthelmintic natural products from Hawaiian fungi. Parasitology 149: 765-773.

 

Schiettekatte, N., Brandl, S.J., Casey, J.M., Graham, N.A., Barneche, D.R., Burkepile, D.E., Allgeier, J.E., Arias-Gonzaléz, J.E., Edgar, G.J., Ferreira, C.E., Floeter, S.R., Friedlander, A.M. et al. 2022. Biological trade-offs underpin coral reef ecosystem functioning. Nature Ecology and Evolution 6: 701–708.

 

Sherwood, A.R., Cabrera, F.P., Kalaiwaa, G.V., Fumo, J.T., Spalding, H.L., Kosaki, R.K., Wagner, D. and Paiano, M.O. 2022. A new species of Gibsmithia (Dumontiaceae, Rhodophyta) from mesophotic depths of the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, Hawai‘i, USA. Phycologia. doi: 10.1080/00318884.2022.2093540

 

Stallman, J.K., Robinson, K. & Knope, M.L. 2023. Do endemic mushrooms on oceanic islands and archipelagos support the theory of island biogeography? Journal of Biogeography 50(1): 145-155.

 

Strait, N., Williams, T.M., Sherwood, A.R., Kosaki, R.K., Giuseffi, L., Smith, C.M. & Spalding, H.L. 2022. Nitrogen stable isotopes (δ15N) and tissue nitrogen content of shallow-water and mesophotic macroalgae differ between the main Hawaiian Islands and the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. Limnology and Oceanography 67: 1211-1226.

 

Sullivan-Stack, J., Aburto-Oropeza, O., Brooks, C.M., Cabral, R., Caselle, J.E., Chan, F., Duffy, J.E., Dunn, D.C., Friedlander, A.M., et al. 2022. A scientific synthesis of marine protected areas in the United States: status and recommendations. Frontiers in Marine Science 9: 849927.

 

Thomson, R.C. & Brown, J.M. 2022. On the need for new measures of phylogenomic support. Systematic Biology 71: 917-920.

 

Timmers, M., Vicente, J., Webb, M. & Toonen, R.J. 2022. Sponging up diversity: evaluating metabarcoding performance for a taxonomically challenging cryptobenthic community. Environmental DNA 4(1): 239-253.

 

Tipton, L., Zahn, G., Darcy, J., Amend, A.S. & Hynson, N.A. 2022. Hawaiian fungal amplicon sequence variants reveal otherwise hidden biogeography. Microbial Ecology 83(1): 48-57.

 

Turck, H.C., Fox, M.T. & Cowie, R.H. 2022. Paratenic hosts of Angiostrongylus cantonensis and their relation to human neuroangiostrongyliasis globally. One Health 15. [Online 13 August].

 

Van De Verg, S.E. & Smith C.M. 2022. Protocol to control the invasive alga Avrainvillea lacerata in a shallow Hawaiian reef flat. Applications in Plant Sciences 10(4): e11489.

 

van Woesik, R., Shlesinger, T., Grottoli, A.G., Toonen, R.J. et al. 2022. Coral-bleaching responses to climate change across biological scales. Global Change Biology 28(14): 4229-4250.

 

Vicente, J., Webb, M.K., Paulay, G., Rakchai, W., Timmers, M.A., Jury, C.P., Bahr, K. & Toonen, R.J. 2022. Unveiling hidden sponge biodiversity within the Hawaiian reef cryptofauna. Coral Reefs 41: 727-742.

 

Vieira, C., Schils, T., Kawai, H., D’hondt, S., Paiano, M., Sherwood, A., De Clerck, O. & Zubia, M. 2022. Phylogenetic position of Newhousia (Dictyotales, Phaeophyceae) and the description of N. vaiana sp. nov. from French Polynesia and N. sumayensis sp. nov. from Guam. Phycologia 61: 225-264.

 

Vizentin-Bugoni, J., Sperry, J.H., Kelley, J.P., Foster, J.T., Drake, D.R., Case, S.B., Gleditsch, J.M., Hruska, A.M., Wilcox, R.C. & Tarwater, C.E. 2022. Mechanisms underlying interaction frequencies and robustness in a novel seed dispersal network: lessons for restoration. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 289: 20221490.

 

Ware, I.M., Ostertag, R., Cordell, S., Giardina, C.P., Sack, L., Medeiros, C.D., Inman, F., Litton, C.M., Giambelluca, T., John, G.P. & Scoffoni, C. 2022. Multi-stemmed habit in trees contributes climate resilience in tropical dry forest. Sustainability 14: 6779.

 

Windham, M.D., Huiet, L., Metzgar, J.S., Ranker, T.A., Yatskievych, G.A., Haufler, C.H. & Pryer, K.M. 2022. Once more unto the breach, dear friends: resolving the origins and relationships of the Pellaea wrightiana hybrid complex. American Journal of Botany 109: 821–850.

 

Wishingrad, V.& Thomson, R.C. in press. Temperate zone isolation by climate: an extension of Janzen’s 1967 hypothesis. The American Naturalist. doi https://doi.org/10.1086/722558

 

Zanolla, M., Carmona, R., Mata, L., de la Rosa, J., Sherwood, A.R., Navarro Barranco, C., Román Muñoz, A. & Altamirano, M. 2022. Concise review of the genus Asparagopsis Montagne, 1840. Journal of Applied Phycology 34: 1-17.

 

Zanolla, M., Romanazzi, D., Svenson, J., Sherwood, A., Stengel, D.B. 2022. Bromoform, mycosporine-like amino acids and phycobiliprotein content and stability in Asparagopsis armata during long-term indoor cultivation. Journal of Applied Phycology 34: 1635-1647.

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