Evolutionary Biology and Ecology

Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), CP 160/12
av FD Roosevelt 50
1050 Brussels
Belgium

email: pmarduly(at)ulb.ac.be

Selected recent publications

QUINZIN M., NORMAND S., DELLICOUR S., SVENNING J.-C., MARDULYN P. 2017. Glacial survival of trophically linked boreal species in northern Europe. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, in press

BRANDERS V., MARDULYN P. 2016. Improving intraspecific allele networks inferred by maximum parsimony. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 7: 90-95. [software download] [PDF: see Publication request page]

DELLICOUR S., MICHEZ D., MARDULYN P. 2015. Comparative phylogeography of five bumblebees: impact of range fragmentation, range size and diet specialisation. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 116: 926-939. [PDF: see Publication request page]

MAYER F., PIEL F. B., CASSEL-LUNDHAGEN A., KIRICHENKO N., GRUMIAU L., ØKLAND B., BERTHEAU C., GREGOIRE J.-C., MARDULYN P. 2015. Comparative multi-locus phylogeography of two Palaearctic spruce bark beetles: influence of contrasting ecological strategies on genetic variation. Molecular Ecology, 24:1292-1310. [PDF: see Publication request page]

QUINZIN M., MAYER F., ELVINGER N., MARDULYN P. 2015. Theoretical expectations of the Isolation-Migration model of population evolution for inferring demographic parameters. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 6: 610-620. [PDF: see Publication request page]

DELLICOUR S., MICHEZ D., RASPLUS J.-Y., MARDULYN P. 2015. Impact of past climatic changes and resource availability on the population demography of three food-specialist bees. Molecular Ecology, 24: 1074-1090. [PDF: see Publication request page]

DELLICOUR S., KASTALLY C., HARDY O. J., MARDULYN P. 2014. Comparing phylogeographic hypotheses by simulating DNA sequences under a spatially explicit model of coalescence. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 31:3359-3372. [PDF] [software download]

DELLICOUR S., FEARNLEY S., LOMBAL A., HEIDL S., DAHLHOFF E., RANK N. E., MARDULYN P. 2014. Inferring the past and present connectivity across the range of a North American leaf beetle: combining ecological-niche modeling and a geographically explicit model of coalescence. Evolution, 68:2371-2385. [PDF]

QUINZIN M., MARDULYN P. 2014. Multi-locus DNA sequence variation in a complex of four leaf beetle species with parapatric distributions: Mitochondrial and nuclear introgressions reveal recent hybridization. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 78:14-24. [PDF]

DELLICOUR S., MARDULYN P. 2014. SPADS 1.0: a toolbox to perform spatial analyses on DNA sequence datasets. Molecular Ecology Resources, 14:647-651. [PDF] [software download]

DELLICOUR S., MARDULYN P., HARDY O. J., HARDY C., ROBERTS S.P.M., VEREECKEN N. J. 2014. Inferring the mode of colonisation of the rapid range expansion of a solitary bee from multi-locus DNA sequence variation. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 27:116-132. [PDF]

MARDULYN P., GOFFREDO M., CONTE A., HENDRICKX G., MEISWINKEL R., BALENGHIEN T., SGHAIER S., LOHR Y., GILBERT M. 2013. Climate change and the spread of vector-borne diseases: using approximate Bayesian computation to compare invasion scenarios for the bluetongue virus vector Culicoides imicola in Italy. Molecular Ecology, 22:2456-2466. [PDF]

VEREECKEN N. J., WILSON C. A., HÖTLING S., SCHULZ S., BANKETOV S. A., MARDULYN P. 2012. Pre-adaptations and the evolution of pollination by sexual deception: Cope’s rule of specialization revisited. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 279 :4786-4794. [PDF]

MARDULYN P. 2012. Trees and/or networks to display intraspecific DNA sequence variation? Molecular Ecology, 21:3385-3390. [PDF]

MARDULYN P., OTHMEZOURI N., MIKHAILOV Y.E., PASTEELS J.M. 2011. Conflicting mitochondrial and nuclear phylogeographic signals and evolution of host-plant shifts in the boreo-montane leaf beetle Chrysomela lapponica. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 61:686-696. [PDF]

MARDULYN P., MIKHAILOV Y.E., PASTEELS J.M. 2009. Testing phylogeographic hypotheses in a Euro-Siberian cold-adapted leaf beetle with coalescent simulations. Evolution , 63:2717-2729. [PDF]