2018 (2)
49. WELLENREUTHER M, Muñoz J, Chávez-Ríos JM, Hansson B, Cordero-Rivera A & Sánchez-Guillén RA (accepted) Molecular and ecological signatures of an expanding hybrid zone. Ecology and Evolution
48. Griffin C, Day N, Rosenquist H, WELLENREUTHER M, Bunnefeld N, Gilburn (in press) Tidal range and recovery from the impacts mechanical beach grooming. Ocean and Coastal Management

2017 (6)
47. Bernatchez L and M WELLENREUTHER (2017) Synergistic integration of genomics and ecoevolutionary dynamics for sustainable fisheries: A Reply to Kuparinen and Uusi-Heikkilä. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
46. WELLENREUTHER M (2017) Balancing selection maintains cryptic colour morphs. Molecular Ecology: 26 (22), 6185-6188
45. Bernatchez L, WELLENREUTHER M*, Araneda C, Ashton D, Barth JM, Beacham TD, Maes GE, Martinsohn JT, Miller KM, Naish KA, Ovenden JR, Primmer CR, Ho Young S, Therkildsen NO, Withler RE (2017) Harnessing the power of genomics to secure the future of seafood. Trends in Ecology and Evolution *shared first authorship
44. Sánchez-Guillén RA, WELLENREUTHER M, Chávez-Ríos JR, Beatty CD, Rivas-Torres A, Velasquez-Velez MI, Cordero-Rivera A (2017) Alternative reproductive strategies and the maintenance of female color polymorphism in damselflies. Ecology and Evolution
43. WELLENREUTHER M, Rosenquist H, Jaksons P, Larson KW (2017) Local adaptation along an environmental cline in a species with an inversion polymorphism. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30:1068-1077.
42. Ashton D, Ritchie P and WELLENREUTHER, M (2016). 15 years of QTL studies in fish: challenges and future directions. Molecular Ecology 26: 1465–1476. (Invited Contribution)

2016 (7)
41. Chauhan P, WELLENREUTHER M and Hansson B (2016) Transcriptome profiling in the damselfly Ischnura elegans identifies genes with sex-biased expression -BMC Genomics 17: 985.
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 (2016) Odonates as a bridge between ecology and evolutionary genomics. Frontiers in Zoology 13: 46.
39. WELLENREUTHER M and Otto S (2016) Women in evolution – highlighting the changing face of evolutionary biology. Evolutionary Applications 9: 3–16.
38. WELLENREUTHER M and Sánchez-Guillén RA (2016) Non-adaptive radiation in damselflies. Evolutionary Applications 9: 103–118 (Invited Contribution)
37. WELLENREUTHER M and Hansson B (2016) Detecting polygenic evolution: problems, pitfalls, and promises. Trends in Genetics 32: 155–164.
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 26: 1465–1476.

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. Chapman BB, Hulthén K, WELLENREUTHER M, Hansson L-H, Nilsson J-Å, and Brönmark C(2014) Patterns of animal migration in the book 'Animal Movement across scales' by Oxford University Press 4



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)