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