published today, in collaboration with Zoologische Staatssammlung (Munich), Royal Holloway University of London, Papua New Guinea Institute for Biological Research (Madang), Naturhistorisches Museum (Vienna), Natural History Museum (London), Imperial College Silwood Park, Mediterranean Institute for Advanced Studies (Esporles), and the GeoBioCenter of Ludwig-Maximilians-University (Munich):
Toussaint EFA, R Hall, MT Monaghan, K Sagata, S Ibalim, HV Shaverdo, AP Vogler, J Pons, M Balke. The towering orogeny of New Guinea as a trigger of arthropod megadiversity. Nature Communications 5:4001
Annual Review paper is published – it was a joy to collaborate on this!
Dijkstra, K-D B, MT Monaghan, SA Pauls. 2014. Freshwater biodiversity and aquatic insect diversification. Annual Review of Entomology 59:143-16.
Scharnweber K, K Watanabe, J Syväranta, T Wanke, MT Monaghan, T Mehner. 2013. Effects of predation pressure and resource use on morphological divergence in omnivorous prey fis. BMC Evol Biol 13:132
Baselga, A, T Fujisawa, A Crampton-Platt, J Bergsten, PG Foster, MT Monaghan, AP Vogler. 2013. Whole-community DNA barcoding reveals a spatiotemporal continuum of biodiversity at species and genetic levels. Nature Communications 4: article1892.
The new volume on Alpine springs of the Gesäuse National Park (Austria) is available
Quellen (Schriften des Nationalparks Gesäuse 7)
with our chapter on mayflies
Reinhard Gerecke & M.T. Monaghan. 2012. Eintagsfliegen (Ephemeroptera). Schriften des Nationalparks Gesäuse 7:132-141.
The book is available from amazon
Second paper of 2012 published on a large-scale study of freshwater insects in Europe. This was a very big effort (14 authors from 10 institutions) and the paper is freely available via OPEN ACCESS (Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License)
Bergsten et al. 2012. The effect of geographical scale of sampling on DNA barcoding. Systematic Biology 61:851-869.
First paper of 2012 published with colleagues at Michigan State University:
Gamboa et al. 2012 A molecular approach to identifying the natural prey of the African creeping water bug Naucoris, a potential reservoir of Mycobacterium ulcerans.