Publications

In prep:

Evolutionary implications of cryptic species (To be submitted around October)

Morphological stasis in a cryptic species complex – To be submitted during late Summer of 2018

(invited review) Evolutionary implications of Cryptic Species To be submitted in September 2018

Submission:

Fitness benefits and costs of floral advertising traits: insights from rayed and rayless
phenotypes of Anacyclus (Asteraceae)

2018 (5):

(leading author) Marine connectivity dynamics: clarifying cosmopolitan distributions of marine interstitial invertebrates and the meiofauna paradox; First publication of my PhD.

(non-peer reviewed reply; middle author) Cryptic Species – More Than Terminological Chaos: A Reply to Heethoff – Trends in Ecology and Evolution; This reply results from criticism to our framework to delimitate and find patterns in cryptic species.

(middle author) Finding Evolutionary Processes Hidden in Cryptic Species – Trends in Ecology and Evolution; This publication results from a discussion group initiated by my advisor, Torsten Hugo Struck.

2014 (2):

(middle author) The effects of achene type and germination time on plant performance in the heterocarpic Anacyclus clavatus (Asteraceae) – American Journal of Botany; this publication results from my undergraduate work at the University of Coimbra with João Loureiro and Rubén Torices

2013 (1):

(middle author) Genome size variation and polyploidy incidence in the alpine flora from Spain – Anales del Jardín Botánico de Madrid; This publication results from my undergraduate work at the University of Coimbra with João Loureiro and Rubén Torices.

 

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