Systematics

An integrative phylogenomic approach illuminates the evolutionary history of cockroaches and termites (Blattodea)

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Topological support and data quality can only be assessed through multiple tests in reviewing Blattodea phylogeny

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Extremely low genetic diversity in a circumpolar dragonfly species, Somatochlora sahlbergi

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The fossil calibration database—a new resource for divergence dating

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Counting the spots a molecular and morphological phylogeny of the spotted darner Boyeria (Odonata Anisoptera Aeshnidae) with an emphasis on European taxa

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Systematics

I use systematics to study biodiversity in dragonflies with a focus on dragonfly family Aeshnidae, a group that comprises of some of the largest dragonflies. I have particularly concentrated on two genera in this family, Boyeria and Aeshna. Boyeria is distributed in United States, Canada and across the countries around the Mediterranean. My work showed that Boyeria cretensis, found on the island of Crete and Boyeria irene, distributed on mainland Europe and Africa around the Mediterranean, were indeed different species.