Publications

2016 (8)
42. Ashton D, Ritchie P and Wellenreuther, M (accepted). 15 years of QTL studies in fish: challenges and future directions. Molecular Ecology. (Invited Contribution)
41. Chauhan P, Wellenreuther M and Hansson B (accepted) Transcriptome profiling in the damselfly Ischnura elegans identifies genes with sex-biased expression -BMC Genomics
40. Bybee S, Córdoba-Aguilar A, Duryea C, Futahashi R, Hansson B, Lorenzo-Carballa O, Schilder R, Stoks R, Suvorov A, Svensson E, Swaegers J, Takahashi Y, Watts P and Wellenreuther M (accepted) Odonates as a bridge between ecology and evolutionary genomics. Frontiers in Zoology
39. Wellenreuther M and Otto S (2016) Women in evolution – highlighting the changing face of evolutionary biology. Evolutionary Applications
38. Wellenreuther M and Sánchez-Guillén RA (2016) Non-adaptive radiation in damselflies. Evolutionary Applications (Invited Contribution)
37. Wellenreuther M and Hansson B (2016) Detecting polygenic evolution: problems, pitfalls, and promises. Trends in Genetics
36. Kirkeby C, Wellenreuther M and Brydegaard M (2016) Observations of movement dynamics of flying insects using high resolution lidar-Scientific Reports 6
35. Lancaster LT, Dudaniec RY, Chauhan P, Wellenreuther P, Svensson EI, Hansson b (2016) Gene expression under thermal stress varies across a geographic range expansion front -Molecular Ecology.

2015 (1)
34. Sánchez‐Guillén RA, Córdoba‐Aguilar A, Hansson B, Ott J and Wellenreuther M (2016) Evolutionary consequences of climate‐induced range shifts in insects -Biological Reviews 4: 201

2014 (5)
33. Wellenreuther M, Svensson E and Hansson B (2014) Sexual selection and genetic colour polymorphisms in animals -Molecular Ecology 23: 5398-5914
32. Chauhan P, Hansson B, Kraaijeveld K, de Knijff P, Svensson E and Wellenreuther M (2014) De novo transcriptome of Ischnura elegans provides insights into sensory biology, colour and vision genes -BMC Genomics-15: 808
31. Svensson E, Runemark A, Verzijden M and Wellenreuther M (2014) Sex differences in developmental plasticity and canalization shape population divergence in mate preferences -Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281 (1797), 20141636
30. Sánchez-Guillén, R A, Córdoba-Aguilar, A & Cordero-Rivera A & Wellenreuther, M (2014) Rapid evolution of prezygotic barriers in non-territorial damselflies -Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 113: 485-496
29. Wellenreuther M (2014) What can reproductive barriers tell us about speciation? -Proceedings of Peerage of Science: January 2014 e3

2013 (4)
28. Sánchez-Guillén, RA, Córdoba-Aguilar A, Cordero-Rivera A & Wellenreuther M (2013) Genetic divergence predicts reproductive isolation in damselflies -Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27: 76-87
27. Sánchez-Guillén R A, Hammers M, Van Gossum H, Hansson B, Cordero-Rivera A. and Wellenreuther M (2013)Ontogenetic shifts in male mating preference and morph-specific polyandry in a female colour polymorphic insect -BMC Evolutionary Biology 13:116
26. Wellenreuther M, Sánchez-Guillén R A, Cordero-Rivera A, Svensson E I, and Hansson B. (2013) Male-biased recombination in odonates: insights from a linkage map of the damselfly Ischnura elegans -Journal of Genetics 92: 115-119

2012 (3)
25. Wellenreuther M, Larson K W & Svensson E I. (2012) Climatic niche similarity and geographic range limits in ecologically similar coexisting damselflies -Ecology 93(6):1353-66
24. Runemark A, Wellenreuther M, Jayaweera H H E ,Svanberg S & Brydegaard M. (2012) Rare events in remote dark field spectroscopy: an ecological case study of insects -Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics 18(5): 1573-1582
23. Vercken E, Wellenreuther M, Svensson E I & Mauroy B. (2012) When asymmetrical fitness costs select for suboptimal traits: the cliff-edge hypothesis revisited -PLoS ONE 7(4): e34889

2011 (5)
22. Sánchez-Guillén RA, Wellenreuther M, & Cordero-Rivera A (2011) Strong asymmetry in the relative strengths of prezygotic and postzygotic barriers between two damselfly sister species -Evolution 66: 617–945
21. Sánchez-Guillén RA, Wellenreuther M, Cordero A, & Hansson B (2011) Introgression and rapid species turnover in sympatric damselflies -BMC Evolutionary Biology 11: 210
20. Sánchez-Guillén R A, Hansson B, Wellenreuther M, Svensson E I, & Cordero-Rivera A. (2011) The influence of stochastic and selective forces in the population divergence of female colour polymorphism in damselflies of the genus Ischnura -Heredity 107:513-22
19. Wellenreuther M, Sánchez-Guillén R A, Cordero-Rivera A, Svensson E I & Hansson B. (2011) Environmental and climatic determinants of molecular diversity and genetic population structure in a coenagrionid damselfly -PLoS ONE 6(6):e20440
18. Knott K E, Keränen I, Kuitunen K, and Wellenreuther M (2011) Microsatellite markers for identifying hybrids of the damselflies Calopteryx splendens and C. virgo -Molecular Ecology Resources

2010 (6)
17. Guan Z, Brydegaard M, Lundin P, Wellenreuther M, Runemark A, Svensson E I, and Svanberg S. (2010) Insect Monitoring with Fluorescence LIDAR Techniques: Field Experiments -Applied Optics 49(27): 5133-5142
16. Wellenreuther M, Brock M, Montgomery J & Clements K D. (2010) Comparative morphology of the mechanosensory lateral line in a clade of New Zealand triplefin species -Brain, Behavior and Evolution 75(4):292-308
15. Wellenreuther M, Vercken E & Svensson E I. (2010) The role of ecology in male mate discrimination of immigrant females -Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 100: 506-518
14. Jönsson J, Wellenreuther M & Tyler T. (2010) Development of polymorphic microsatellite markers for Hieracium s. s. (Asteraceae) -Conservation Genetics Resources 2: 295-300
13. Wellenreuther M, Sánchez-Guillén R A, Cordero A & Hansson B. (2010) Development of 12 polymorphic microsatellite loci in Ischnura elegans (Odonata: Coenagrionidae) -Molecular Ecology Resources 10: 576 - 579
12. Wellenreuther M, Tynkkynen K & Svensson E I. (2010) Simulating range expansion: male species recognition and loss of premating isolation in damselflies -Evolution 64: 242 - 252

2009 (4)
11. Brydegaard M, Guan Z, Wellenreuther M, & Svanberg S. (2009) Fluorescence LIDAR imaging of insects - a feasibility study -Applied Optics 48: 5642-5888.
10. Feary D, Wellenreuther M & Clements K D (2009) Trophic ecology of New Zealand’s triplefin fishes (Family: Tripterygiidae) -Marine Biology 156:1703–1714
9. Wellenreuther M, Barrett P T & Clements K D (2009) The evolution of habitat specialisation in a group of marine triplefin fishes -Evolutionary Ecology 23 (4): 557-568
8. Wellenreuther M, Runemark A, Svensson E I & Hansson B (2009) Isolation and characterization of polymorphic microsatellite loci for the Skyros Wall Lizard Podarcis gaigeae (Squamata: Lacertidae) -Molecular Ecology Resources 9: 1005-1008

2008 (4)
7. Hilton Z, Wellenreuther M & Clements K D (2008) Physiology underpins habitat partitioning in a sympatric sister-species pair of intertidal fishes -Functional Ecology 22: 1108-1117
6. Wellenreuther M & Clements K D (2008) Determinants of habitat association in a sympatric clade of marine fishes -Marine Biology 154: 393-402
5. Wellenreuther M, Syms C & Clements K D (2008) The role of body size in ecological diversification and reproductive isolation in a sister species pair of triplefin fishes -Evolutionary Ecology 22: 575-592
4. Wellenreuther M, Syms C & Clements K D (2008) Consistent habitat use across biogeographic gradients -Ecography 31: 84-94

2007 and before (3)
3. Wellenreuther M & Clements K D (2007) Reproductive isolation in temperate reef fishes -Marine Biology 152, 619 - 630
2. Wellenreuther M, Barrett P B & Clements K D (2007) Ecological diversification in habitat use in subtidal triplefin fishes (Tripterygiidae) -Marine Ecology Progress Series 330, 235-246
1. Wellenreuther M & Connell S D (2002) Response of predators to prey abundance: separating the effects of prey density and patch size -Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 273, 61-71

 

Book chapters (#n=2)

2. Wellenreuther M, Stadmark J and Broström A (2016) The WINGS Network-Women IN Great Sciences: how a grassroots movement became a cross-faculty network. The XX Factor, 27
1. Ben B. Chapman, Kaj Hulthén, Maren Wellenreuther, Lars-Anders Hansson, Jan-Åke Nilsson, and Christer Brönmark (2014) Patterns of animal migration in the book 'Animal Movement across scales' by Oxford University Press 4

 

Thesis

Wellenreuther M (2007) Ecological factors associated with speciation in New Zealand triplefin fishes (Tripterygiidae). PhD Thesis, School of Biological Sciences, University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
Wellenreuther M (2000) Effect of prey number and density on predator foraging. MSc Thesis, School of Earth & Environmental Sciences. Adelaide, University of Adelaide, Australia.

“Nothing in Biology Makes Sense Except in the Light of Evolution” Dobzhansky (1973)