Publications 2015

[2024; 483 articles] [2023; 1099 articles] [2022; 1422 articles] [2021; 1726 articles] [2020; 1546 articles] [2019; 1393 articles][2018; 1218 articles] [2017; 1011 articles] [2016; 962 articles] [2014; 566 articles] [2013; 365 articles] [2012; 254 articles] [2011; 154 articles] [2010; 97 articles] [2009; 61 articles] [2008; 4 articles]

2015 (670 articles)

  1. Ghobad-Nejhad, M. (2015) Collections on Lonicera in Northwest Iran represent an undescribed species in the Inonotus linteus complex (Hymenochaetales). Mycological Progress 14, 1-5
  2. Su, H.-Y., Udayanga, D., Luo, Z.-l., Manamgoda, D. S., Zhao, Y.-C., Yang, J., Liu, X.-Y., Mckenzie, E. H., Zhou, D.-Q., and Hyde, K. D. (2015) Hyphomycetes from aquatic habitats in Southern China: species of curvularia (Pleosporaceae) and Phragmocephala (Melannomataceae). Phytotaxa 226, 201-216
  3. Pan, H., Li, L., Wu, L., Miao, M., Al-Rasheid, K. A., and Song, W. (2015) Morphology of three Litonotus species (Ciliophora: Pleurostomatida) from China seas, with brief notes on their SSU rDNA-based phylogeny. European journal of protistology 51, 494-506
  4. Simon‐Blecher, N., Hosie, A. M., Guy‐Haim, T., Chan, B. K., and Achituv, Y. (2015) Speciation, phenotypic plasticity, or ontogeny, the case of the genus Galkinius (Pyrgomatidae, Cirripedia, Crustacea). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society.
  5. Holovachov, O., Camp, L., and Nadler, S. A. (2015) Sensitivity of Ribosomal RNA Character Sampling in the Phylogeny of Rhabditida. Journal of nematology 47, 337. 
  6. Ertz, D., Diederich, P., Lawrey, J. D., Berger, F., Freebury, C. E., Coppins, B., Gardiennet, A., and Hafellner, J. (2015) Phylogenetic insights resolve Dacampiaceae (Pleosporales) as polyphyletic: Didymocyrtis (Pleosporales, Phaeosphaeriaceae) with Phoma-like anamorphs resurrected and segregated from Polycoccum (Trypetheliales, Polycoccaceae fam. nov.). Fungal Diversity 74, 53-89.
  7. Stelbrink, B., Shirokaya, A. A., Clewing, C., Sitnikova, T. Y., Prozorova, L. A., and Albrecht, C. (2015) Conquest of the deep, old and cold: an exceptional limpet radiation in Lake Baikal. Biology Letters 11.
  8. Comer, J. R., Zomlefer, W. B., Barrett, C. F., Stevenson, D. W., Heyduk, K., and Leebens-Mack, J. H. (2015) Nuclear phylogenomics of the palm subfamily Arecoideae (Arecaceae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution.
  9. Ramos, G., de Lima, H. C., Prenner, G., de Queiroz, L. P., Zartman, C. E., and Cardoso, D. (2015) Molecular systematics of the Amazonian genus Aldina, a phylogenetically enigmatic ectomycorrhizal lineage of papilionoid legumes. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution.
  10. Jeong, S. Y., Kim, M. J., Kim, S.-S., and Kim, I. (2015) Complete mitochondrial genome of the endangered Lycaenid butterfly Shijimiaeoides divina (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae). Mitochondrial DNA, 1-2.
  11. Menegon, M., Loader, S. P., Davenport, T. R., Howell, K. M., Tilbury, C. R., Machaga, S., and Tolley, K. A. (2015) A new species of Chameleon (Sauria: Chamaeleonidae: Kinyongia) highlights the biological affinities between the Southern Highlands and Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania. Acta Herpetologica 10, 111-120.
  12. Hong, Y., Kim, M. J., Wang, A. R., and Kim, I. (2015) Complete mitochondrial genome of the earthworm, Amynthas jiriensis (Clitellata: Megascolecidae). Mitochondrial DNA, 1-2.
  13. Romero, P. E., Pfenninger, M., Kano, Y., and Klussmann-Kolb, A. (2015) Molecular phylogeny of the Ellobiidae (Gastropoda: Panpulmonata) supports independent terrestrial invasions. Molecular phylogenetics and evolution.
  14. Liu, H.-M., Zhang, X.-C., Wang, M.-P., Shang, H., Zhou, S.-L., Yan, Y.-H., Wei, X.-P., Xu, W.-B., and Schneider, H. Phylogenetic placement of the enigmatic fern genus Trichoneuron informs on the infra-familial relationship of Dryopteridaceae. Plant Syst Evol, 1-14.
  15. Garcia, D. A., Lasso, C. A., Morales, M., and Caballero, S. J. (2015) Molecular systematics of the freshwater stingrays (myliobatiformes: potamotrygonidae) of the Amazon, Orinoco, Magdalena, Esequibo, Caribbean, and Maracaibo basins (Colombia–Venezuela): evidence from three mitochondrial genes. Mitochondrial DNA, 1-13.
  16. Díaz-Nieto, J. F., Jansa, S. A., and Voss, R. S. (2015) Phylogenetic relationships of Chacodelphys (Marsupialia: Didelphidae: Didelphinae) based on “ancient” DNA sequences. Journal of Mammalogy, gyv197.
  17. Vinarski, M. V., Aksenova, O. V., Bespalaya, Y. V., Bolotov, I. N., Schniebs, K., Gofarov, M. Y., and Kondakov, A. V. (2015) Radix dolgini: The integrative taxonomic approach supports the species status of a Siberian endemic snail (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Lymnaeidae). Comptes rendus biologies.
  18. Yi, Z., Huang, L., Yang, R., Lin, X., and Song, W. (2015) Actin evolution in ciliates (Protist, Alveolata) is characterized by high diversity and three duplication events. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
  19. Kandziora, M., Kadereit, J. W., and Gehrke, B. Appendix S1: Additional information for Material and Methods, including newly added material, GenBank accession numbers, detailed descriptions of laboratory work and alignments and information about the sampled species and the LAGRANGE analyses. Evolution und historische Biogeographie von Senecio L. mit Fokus auf die Alte Welt, 92.
  20. Costea, M., García, M. A., Baute, K., and Stefanović, S. (2015) Entangled evolutionary history of Cuscuta pentagona clade: A story involving hybridization and Darwin in the Galapagos. Taxon 64, 1225-1242.
  21. Irestedt, M., Batalha‐Filho, H., Roselaar, C. S., Christidis, L., and Ericson, P. G. (2015) Contrasting phylogeographic signatures in two Australo‐Papuan bowerbird species complexes (Aves: Ailuroedus). Zoologica Scripta.
  22. Doorenweerd, C., van Nieukerken, E. J., and Menken, S. (2015) A Global Phylogeny of Leafmining Ectoedemia Moths (Lepidoptera: Nepticulidae): Exploring Host Plant Family Shifts and Allopatry as Drivers of Speciation. PloS one 10, e0119586.
  23. Mariguela, T., Roxo, F., Foresti, F., and Oliveira, C. (2015) Phylogeny and biogeography of Triportheidae (Teleostei: Characiformes) based on molecular data. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution.
  24. Silva, D. N., Duplessis, S., Talhinhas, P., Azinheira, H., Paulo, O. S., and Batista, D. (2015) Genomic Patterns of Positive Selection at the Origin of Rust Fungi. Plos One 10.
  25. Zhou, X., Yao, C., Lin, Q., Fang, W., and Chen, X. Complete mitochondrial genomes render the Night Heron genus Gorsachius non-monophyletic. Journal of Ornithology, 1-9.
  26. LOHMAN, D. J. (2015) Research Article Morphological and molecular evidence supports recognition of Danaus petilia (Stoll, 1790)(Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) as a species distinct from D. chrysippus (Linnaeus, 1758). Systematics and Biodiversity 13, 386À402.
  27. Heikkila, M., Mutanen, M., Wahlberg, N., Sihvonen, P., and Kaila, L. (2015) Elusive ditrysian phylogeny. BMC Evolutionary Biology.
  28. Chen, X., Shazib, S. U. A., Kim, J. H., Jang, S. W., and Shin, M. K. (2015) Morphological Description and Molecular Phylogeny of Two Species of Levicoleps (Ciliophora, Prostomatida), L. taehwae nov. spec. and L. biwae jejuensis nov. subspec., collected in Korea. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology.
  29. Linard, B., Arribas, P., Andújar, C., Crampton-Platt, A., and Vogler, A. (2015) The mitogenome of Hydropsyche pellucidula (Hydropsychidae): first gene arrangement in the insect order Trichoptera. Mitochondrial DNA, 1-2.
  30. Laughinghouse, H. D., Muller, K. M., Adey, W. H., Lara, Y., Young, R., and Johnson, G. (2015) Evolution of the Northern Rockweed, Fucus distichus, in a Regime of Glacial Cycling: Implications for Benthic Algal Phylogenetics. Plos One 10g artists: Bacterial oligotrophic heterotrophy in caves. in Life in Extreme Environments: Microbial Life of Cave Systems (Engel, A. ed.), Walter de Gruyter, New York, NY. p. 350.
  31. Falniowski, A., Georgiev, D., Osikowski, A., and Hofman, S. (2015) Radiation of Grossuana Radoman, 1973 (Caenogastropoda: Truncatelloidea) in the Balkans. Journal of Molluscan Studies, eyv062.
  32. Cardoso, D., São-Mateus, W. M. B., da Cruz, D. T., Zartman, C. E., Komura, D. L., Kite, G., Prenner, G., Wieringa, J. J., Clark, A., Lewis, G., Pennington, R. T., and de Queiroz, L. P. (2015) Filling in the gaps of the papilionoid legume phylogeny: The enigmatic Amazonian genus Petaladenium is a new branch of the early-diverging Amburaneae clade. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 84, 112-124.
  33. ROTA, J., ZACHARCZENKO, B. V., WAHLBERG, N., ZAHIRI, R., SCHMIDT, B., and WAGNER, D. L. (2015) Phylogenetic relationships of Acronictinae with discussion of the abdominal courtship brush in Noctuidae (Lepidoptera). Systematic Entomology.
  34. Kang, X.-X., Fernández-Álvarez, F. Á., Alfaya, J. E., Machordom, A., Strand, M., Sundberg, P., and Sun, S.-C. (2015) Species Diversity of Ramphogordius sanguineus/Lineus ruber-Like Nemerteans (Nemertea: Heteronemertea) and Geographic Distribution of R. sanguineus. Zoological science 32, 579-589.
  35. Li, J., Chen, X., and Xu, K. (2015) Morphology and Small Subunit rDNA Phylogeny of Two New Marine Urostylid Ciliates, Caudiholosticha marina sp. nov. and Nothoholosticha flava sp. nov.(Ciliophora, Hypotrichia). Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology.
  36. Dufort, M. (2015) Coexistence, Ecomorphology, and Diversification in the Avian Family Picidae (Woodpeckers and Allies). UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA.
  37. Tongo, M., Dorfman, J. R., and Martin, D. P. (2015) High Degree of HIV-1 group M Genetic Diversity within Circulating Recombinant Forms: Insight into the Early Events of HIV-1M Evolution. J Virol, JVI. 02302-02315.
  38. Liu, J. K., Hyde, K. D., Jones, E. B. G., et al. (2015) Fungal diversity notes 1–110: taxonomic and phylogenetic contributions to fungal species. Fungal Diversity 72, 1-197.
  39. MEZGER, D., and MOREAU, C. S. (2015) Out of South‐East Asia: phylogeny and biogeography of the spiny ant genus Polyrhachis Smith (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Systematic Entomology.
  40. Burgess, M. B., Cushman, K. R., Doucette, E. T., Frye, C. T., and Campbell, C. S. (2015) Understanding diploid diversity: A first step in unraveling polyploid, apomictic complexity in Amelanchier. American journal of botany 102, 2041-2057.
  41. Rivera, V. L., Panero, J. L., Schilling, E. E., Crozier, B. S., and Moraes, M. D. (2015) Origins and recent radiation of Brazilian Eupatorieae (Asteraceae) in the eastern Cerrado and Atlantic Forest. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution.
  42. Ellingson, R. A., and Krug, P. J. (2015) Reduced genetic diversity and increased reproductive isolation follow population‐level loss of larval dispersal in a marine gastropod. Evolution.
  43. Marx, F. G., Tsai, C.-H., and Fordyce, R. E. (2015) A new Early Oligocene toothed ‘baleen’whale (Mysticeti: Aetiocetidae) from western North America: one of the oldest and the smallest. Royal Society Open Science 2, 150476.
  44. Selvatti, A. P., Gonzaga, L. P., and Russo, C. A. d. M. (2015) A Paleogene origin for crown passerines and the diversification of the Oscines in the New World. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 88, 1-15.
  45. Neild, A. F., Nakahara, S., Zacca, T., Fratello, S., Lamas, G., Le Crom, J.-F., Dolibaina, D. R., Dias, F. M., Casagrande, M. M., and Mielke, O. H. (2015) Two new species of Euptychia Hübner, 1818 from the upper Amazon basin (Lepidoptera, Nymphalidae, Satyrinae). ZooKeys 541, 87.
  46. Simon, A. (2015) Les photomorphes au sein des Lobariaceae (Peltigerales, Ascomycota): étude de leur dynamique évolutive via trois approches génétiques. Université de Liège, Liège, Belgique.
  47. Frazão, A., Silva, H. R. d., and Russo, C. A. d. M. (2015) The Gondwana Breakup and the History of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans Unveils Two New Clades for Early Neobatrachian Diversification. PLoS ONE 10, e0143926.
  48. Yu, D., Zhang, F., Stevens, M. I., Yan, Q., Liu, M., and Hu, F. (2015) New insight into the systematics of Tomoceridae (Hexapoda, Collembola) by integrating molecular and morphological evidence. Zoologica Scripta.
  49. Breteler, F. J., Bakker, F. T., and Jongkind, C. C. (2015) A synopsis of Soyauxia (Peridiscaceae, formerly Medusandraceae) with a new species from Liberia. Plant Ecology and Evolution 148, 409-419.
  50. Qing, X., Sánchez-Monge, A., Janssen, T., Couvreur, M., and Bert, W. (2015) Description of Malenchus sexlineatus n. sp., new records of three known species of Malenchus Andrássy, 1968 (Nematoda: Tylenchidae) and notes on amphidial aperture development. Brill.
  51. de Boer, H. J., Cross, H. B., de Wilde, W. J., Duyfjes-de Wilde, B. E., and Gravendeel, B. (2015) Molecular phylogenetic analyses of Cucurbitaceae tribe Benincaseae urge for merging of Pilogyne with Zehneria. Phytotaxa 236, 173-183.
  52. Ma, Y., Yin, Y., Rong, C., Chen, S., Liu, Y., Wang, S., and Xu, F. (2015) Pantoea pleuroti sp. nov., Isolated from the Fruiting Bodies of Pleurotus eryngii. Current Microbiology 72, 207-212.
  53. Armbruster, J. W., Stout, C. C., and Hayes, M. M. (2015) An empirical test for convergence using African barbs (Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae). Evolutionary Ecology, 1-16.
  54. Balao, F., Tannhäuser, M., Lorenzo, M., Hedrén, M., and Paun, O. (2015) Genetic differentiation and admixture between sibling allopolyploids in the Dactylorhiza majalis complex. Heredity.
  55. Kaminski, L. A., Soares, G. R., Seraphim, N., Wahlberg, N., Marini-Filho, O. J., and Freitas, A. V. (2015) Natural history and systematic position of Rhetus belphegor (n. comb.)(Lepidoptera: Riodinidae), an endangered butterfly with narrow distribution in Southeast Brazil. Journal of Insect Conservation 19, 1141-1151.
  56. Karremans, A. P. (2015) Systematic, phylogenetic and pollination studies of Specklinia (Orchidaceae). Faculty of Science, Leiden University.
  57. Kundrata, R., Gunter, N. L., Douglas, H., and Bocak, L. (2015) Next step toward a molecular phylogeny of click‐beetles (Coleoptera: Elateridae): redefinition of Pityobiinae, with a description of a new subfamily Parablacinae from the Australasian Region. Austral Entomology.
  58. Fulnečková, J., Ševčíková, T., Lukešová, A., and Sýkorová, E. (2015) Transitions between the Arabidopsis-type and the human-type telomere sequence in green algae (clade Caudivolvoxa, Chlamydomonadales). Chromosoma, 1-15.
  59. Gregoric, M., Blackledge, T. A., Agnarsson, I., and Kuntner, M. (2015) A molecular phylogeny of bark spiders reveals new species from Africa and Madagascar (Araneae: Araneidae: Caerostris). Journal of Arachnology 43, 293-312.
  60. Iturriaga, T., Xu, F., and Pfister, D. H. (2015) Cookeina korfii, a new species hidden in Cookeina tricholoma. . 7 6, 331-335
  61. Kim, T., Kim, J., Nadler, S. A., and Park, J.-K. (2015) The complete mitochondrial genome of Koerneria sudhausi (Diplogasteromorpha: Nematoda) supports monophyly of Diplogasteromorpha within Rhabditomorpha. Current Genetics, 1-13.
  62. Emerling, C. A., Huynh, H. T., Nguyen, M. A., Meredith, R. W., and Springer, M. S. (2015) Spectral shifts of mammalian ultraviolet-sensitive pigments (short wavelength-sensitive opsin 1) are associated with eye length and photic niche evolution. in Proc. R. Soc. B, The Royal Society.
  63. Kundrata, R., Baalbergen, E., Bocak, L., and Schilthuizen, M. (2015) The origin and diversity of Drilus Olivier, 1790 (Elateridae: Agrypninae: Drilini) in Crete based on mitochondrial phylogeny. Systematics and Biodiversity 13, 52-75.
  64. Johansen, R. B., Vestberg, M., Burns, B. R., Park, D., Hooker, J. E., and Johnston, P. R. (2015) A coastal sand dune in New Zealand reveals high arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal diversity. Symbiosis 66, 111-121.
  65. Beran, L., Hofman, S., and Falniowski, A. (2015) Tanousia zrmanjae (Brusina, 1866)(Caenogastropoda: Truncatelloidea: Hydrobiidae): a living fossil. Folia Malacologica 23, 263-271.
  66. Xiao-Ying, L., UDAYANGA, D., Zong-Long, L., Li-Jiao, C., De-Qun, Z., Hong Yan, S., and Kevin, D. (2015) Backbone tree for Chaetothyriales with four new species of Minimelanolocus from aquatic habitats..
  67. Moura, M., Carine, M., and de Sequeira, M. M. (2015) Aichryson santamariensis (Crassulaceae): a new species endemic to Santa Maria in the Azores. Phytotaxa 234, 37-50.
  68. Chiriví-Salomón, J. S., Danies, G., Restrepo, S., and Sanjuan, T. (2015) Lecanicillium sabanense sp. nov.(Cordycipitaceae) a new fungal entomopathogen of coccids. Phytotaxa 234, 63-74.
  69. Fernandes, N. M., da Silva Paiva, T., da Silva-Neto, I. D., Schlegel, M., and Schrago, C. G. (2015) Expanded phylogenetic analyses of the class Heterotrichea (Ciliophora, Postciliodesmatophora) using five molecular markers and morphological data. Molecular phylogenetics and evolution.
  70. Esteve-Raventós, F., Horcajada, G. M., Alvarado, P., and Ibarguren, I. O. (2015) Unraveling the Inocybe praetervisa group through type studies and ITS data: I. praetervisoides sp. nov. from the Mediterranean region. Mycologia, 15-053.
  71. BRATTSTRÖM, O., ADUSE‐POKU, K., COLLINS, S. C., DI MICCO DE SANTO, T., and BRAKEFIELD, P. M. (2015) Revision of the Bicyclus sciathis species group (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) with descriptions of four new species and corrected distributional records. Systematic Entomology.
  72. Raudsepp, M., Gagen, E., Evans, P., Tyson, G., Golding, S., and Southam, G. (2015) The influence of hydrogeological disturbance and mining on coal seam microbial communities. Geobiology.
  73. Pérez, W., Hall, J. D., McCourt, R. M., and Karol, K. G. (2015) Oospore dimensions and morphology in North American Tolypella (Charophyceae, Charophyta). Journal of Phycology 51, 310-320.
  74. Ahrendsen, D. L., Aust, S. K., and Roxanne Kellar, P. (2015) Biodiversity assessment using next-generation sequencing: comparison of phylogenetic and functional diversity between Nebraska grasslands. Plant Syst Evol 302, 89-108
  75. Nie, Z. L., Funk, V. A., Meng, Y., Deng, T., Sun, H., and Wen, J. (2015) Recent assembly of the global herbaceous flora: evidence from the paper daisies (Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae). New Phytologist.
  76. Giresi, M. M., Grubbs, R. D., Portnoy, D. S., Driggers III, W. B., Jones, L., and Gold, J. R. (2015) Identification and Distribution of Morphologically Conserved Smoothhound Sharks in the Northern Gulf of Mexico. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 144, 1301-1310.
  77. Boluda, C. G., Divakar, P. K., Hawksworth, D. L., Villagra, J., and Rico, V. J. (2015) Molecular studies reveal a new species of Bryoria in Chile. The Lichenologist 47, 387-394.
  78. Orange, A. (2015) A new freshwater Porina (Porinaceae, Ostropales) from Great Britain. The Lichenologist 47, 351-358.
  79. Schultz, M., Wedin, M., Diel, H., and Prieto, M. (2015) Epiphloea belongs to Collemataceae (Lecanoromycetes, lichenized Ascomycota). The Lichenologist 47, 369-378.
  80. Belabess, Z., Dallot, S., El-Montaser, S., Granier, M., Majde, M., Tahiri, A., Blenzar, A., Urbino, C., and Peterschmitt, M. (2015) Monitoring the dynamics of emergence of a non-canonical recombinant of Tomato yellow leaf curl virus and displacement of its parental viruses in tomato. Virology 486, 291-306.
  81. Gehrke, B., Kandziora, M., and Pirie, M. D. (2015) The evolution of dwarf shrubs in alpine environments: a case study of Alchemilla in Africa. Annals of botany, mcv159.
  82. Aust, S. K., Ahrendsen, D. L., and Kellar, P. R. (2015) Biodiversity assessment among two Nebraska prairies: a comparison between traditional and phylogenetic diversity indices. Biodiversity Data Journal, e5403.
  83. An , T., Haijing , W. J., Long , G., and Long, Y. (2015) Indian meal moth mitochondrial genome phylogenetic analysis and determination of total Minge Branch Systems China Science : Life Science 9, 007.
  84. Pinnow, P., Fabrizius, A., Pick, C., and Burmester, T. (2015) Identification and characterisation of hemocyanin of the fish louse Argulus (Crustacea: Branchiura). Journal of Comparative Physiology B, 1-8.
  85. Gonçalves, L. R., Roque, A. L. R., Matos, C. A., de Jesus Fernandes, S., Olmos, I. D. F., Machado, R. Z., and André, M. R. (2015) Diversity and molecular characterization of novel hemoplasmas infecting wild rodents from different Brazilian biomes. Comparative Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases 43, 50-56.
  86. Wei, Z., Zhu, S.-X., Van den Berg, R., Bakker, F. T., and Schranz, M. E. Phylogenetic relationships within Lactuca L.(Asteraceae), including African species, based on chloroplast DNA sequence comparisons. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution, 1-17.
  87. Qu, Z., Pan, H., Al-Rasheid, K. A., Hu, X., and Gao, S. Morphological and phylogenetic studies on three members of the genus Pseudochilodonopsis (Ciliophora, Cyrtophoria) isolated from brackish waters in China, including a novel species, Pseudochilodonopsis quadrivacuolata spec. nov..
  88. Martin, S. D., Shepard, D. B., Steffen, M. A., Phillips, J. G., and Bonett, R. M. (2015) Biogeography and colonization history of plethodontid salamanders from the Interior Highlands of eastern North America. Journal of Biogeography.
  89. González‐Orozco, C. E., Mishler, B. D., Miller, J. T., Laffan, S. W., Knerr, N., Unmack, P., Georges, A., Thornhill, A. H., Rosauer, D. F., and Gruber, B. (2015) Assessing biodiversity and endemism using phylogenetic methods across multiple taxonomic groups. Ecology and Evolution 5, 5177-5192.
  90. Martínez-González, C. R., Luna-Vega, I., Gallegos-Vázquez, C., and García-Sandoval, R. (2015) Opuntia delafuentiana (Cactaceae: Opuntioideae), a new xoconostle from central Mexico. Phytotaxa 231, 230-244.
  91. Roxanne Kellar, P., Ahrendsen, D. L., Aust, S. K., Jones, A. R., and Pires, J. C. (2015) Biodiversity Comparison among Phylogenetic Diversity Metrics and Between Three North American Prairies. Applications in Plant Sciences 3, 1400108.
  92. Silva-Arias, G. A., González, F., Tinjacá, S., and Sánchez, M. I. C. (2015) Temperature niche conservatism and strong genetic structure are involved in the trans-Panamanian colonization of Matudaea (Hamamelidaceae) to Andean forests. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 63, 98-108.
  93. Scott, P. A., and Rissler, L. J. (2015) Integrating dynamic occupancy modeling and genetics to infer the status of the imperiled flattened musk turtle. Biological Conservation 192, 294-303.
  94. Cranston, P. S., and Krosch, M. (2015) Evidence from molecules and morphology expands Podonomopsis Brundin (Diptera: Chironomidae: Podonominae) to include ‘genus Chile'. Invertebrate Systematics 29, 610-627
  95. Dutta, A. K., Wilson, A. W., Antonín, V., and Acharya, K. (2015) Taxonomic and phylogenetic study on gymnopoid fungi from Eastern India. I. Mycological Progress 14, 1-18.
  96. Song, N., Li, H., Cai, W., Yan, F., Wang, J., and Song, F. (2015) Phylogenetic relationships of Hemiptera inferred from mitochondrial and nuclear genes. Mitochondrial DNA, 1-10.
  97. Olariaga, I., Pérez-de-Gregorio, M. À., and Arrillaga, P. (2015) Porpoloma aranzadii is a Synonym of Mycena dura Further Notes in Mycena sect. Calodontes. Cryptogamie, Mycologie 36, 253-264.
  98. van Ee, B. W., Forster, P. I., and Berry, P. E. (2015) Phylogenetic relationships and a new sectional classification of Croton (Euphorbiaceae) in Australia. Australian Systematic Botany 28, 219-233.
  99. Pan, H., Hu, J., Jiang, J., Wang, L., and Hu, X. (2015) Morphology and Phylogeny of Three Pleuronema Species (Ciliophora, Scuticociliatia) from Hangzhou Bay, China, with Description of Two New Species, P. binucleatum n. sp. and P. parawiackowskii n. sp. Journal of Eukaryotic Microbiology.
  100. Spirin, V., Runnel, K., Vlasák, J., Miettinen, O., and Põldmaa, K. (2015) Species diversity in the Antrodia crassa group (Polyporales, Basidiomycota). Fungal biology 119, 1291-1310.
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