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Martin Spies

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Recent publications on molecular methods
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2015

Failla, A. J., Vasquez, A. A., Hudson, P., Fujimoto, M., Ram, J. L. (2015) Morphological identification and COI barcodes of adult flies help determine species identities of chironomid larvae (Diptera, Chironomidae). Bull. entomol. Res. 106(1): 34-46.

Kranzfelder, P., Ekrem, T., Stur, E. (2015) Trace DNA from insect skins: a comparison of five extraction protocols and direct PCR on chironomid pupal exuviae. Mol. Ecol. Resources, Early View [First published online, DOI: 10.1111/1755-0998.12446]

Krosch, M. N., Bryant, L. M. (2015) A note on sampling chironomids for RNA-based studies of natural populations that retains critical morphological vouchers. CHIRONOMUS J. Chironomidae Res. 28: 4-11.

Tischler A., Egg, M., Füreder, L. (2015) Ethanol: A simple and effective RNA-preservation for freshwater insects living in remote habitats. Limnol. Oceanogr.: Methods [first publ. online, doi: 10.1002/lom3.10079 (xi.2015), 10 pp.].
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2016

Augustyniak, M., Gladysz, M., Dziewięcka, M. (2016) The Comet assay in insects—Status, prospects and benefits for science. Mutation Res. – Revs Mut. Res. 767: 67-76.

Hambäck, P. A., Weingartner, E., Dalén, L., Wirta, H., Roslin, T. (2016) Spatial subsidies in spider diets vary with shoreline structure: Complementary evidence from molecular diet analysis and stable isotopes. Ecology and Evolution 6(23): 8431-8439 + online suppl. info.

Kuncham, R., Thayumanavan, T., Reddy, G. V. S. (2016) Development of a modified mitochondrial DNA extraction method from chironomid larvae. J. Envir. Biol. 37(3): 473-478.

Meier, R., Wong, W. H., Srivathsan, A., Foo, M. S. (2016) $1 DNA barcodes for reconstructing complex phenomes and finding rare species in specimen-rich samples. Cladistics 32(1): 100-110 + 6 online suppl. files.

Pramual, P., Simwisat, K., Martin, J. (2016) Identification and reassessment of the specific status of some tropical freshwater midges (Diptera: Chironomidae) using DNA barcode data. Zootaxa 4072(1): 39-60.

Song, C., Wang, Q., Zhang, R., Sun, B., Wang, X. (2016) Exploring the utility of DNA barcoding in species delimitation of Polypedilum (Tripodura) non-biting midges (Diptera: Chironomidae). Zootaxa 4079(5): 534-550.
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2017

Bista, I., Carvalho, G. R., Walsh, K., Seymour, M., Hajibabaei, M., Lallias, D., Christmas, M., Creer, S. (2017) Annual time-series analysis of aqueous eDNA reveals ecologically relevant dynamics of lake ecosystem biodiversity. Nature Communic. 8(14087), 11 pp. + suppl. material [publd online]

Kranzfelder, P., Ekrem, T., Stur, E. (2017) DNA barcoding for species identification of insect skins: a test on Chironomidae (Diptera) pupal exuviae. J. Insect Sci. 17(6, paper 111): 7 pp. + 2 suppl. tables [publd online xii.2017]

Krosch, M. N. (2017) Comparative analysis of larval transcriptomes from co-occurring species of Australian Cricotopus (Diptera: Chironomidae). Austral Ent. 56(4): 451-458 + online suppl. material.
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2018

Carew, M. E., Kellar, C. R., Pettigrove, V. J., Hoffmann, A. A. (2018) Can high-throughput sequencing detect macroinvertebrate diversity for routine monitoring of an urban river? Ecol. Indicators 85: 440-450 + online suppl. data.

Elías-Gutiérrez, M., Valdez-Moreno, M., Topan, J., Young, M. R., Cohuo-Colli, J. A. (2018) Improved protocols to accelerate the assembly of DNA barcode reference libraries for freshwater zooplankton. Ecology and Evolution 8(5): 3002-3018 + 6 online suppl. files.

Lin, X.-L., Stur, E., Ekrem, T. (2018) Exploring species boundaries with multiple genetic loci using empirical data from non-biting midges. Zool. Scripta 47: 325-341 + online suppl. material.

Song, C., Lin, X.-L., Wang, Q., Wang, X.-H. (2018) DNA barcodes successfully delimit morphospecies in a superdiverse insect genus. Zool. Scripta 47: 311-324 + online suppl. material. [the genus treated is Polypedilum]

Theissinger, K., Kästel, A., Elbrecht, V., Makkonen, J., Michiels, S., Schmidt, S. I., Allgeier, S., Leese, F., Brühl, C. A. (2018) Using DNA metabarcoding for assessing chironomid diversity and community change in mosquito controlled temporary wetlands. Metabarcoding and Metagenomics 2: e21060; 13 pp. [publd online (i.2018); DOI: 10.3897/mbmg.2.21060].

Wang, W. Y., Srivathsan, A., Foo, M., Yamane, S. K., Meier, R. (2018) Sorting specimen-rich invertebrate samples with cost-effective NGS barcodes: Validating a reverse workflow for specimen processing. Mol. Ecol. Resources 18: 490-501. [no chironomid content; posted here for method info.]