Inge Agnarsson

Affiliations: 
2004 George Washington University, Washington, DC, United States 
 2008-2012 University of Puerto Rico, San Juan, San Juan, Puerto Rico 
 2012- University of Vermont, Burlington, VT, United States 
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Chamberland L, Salgado-Roa FC, Basco A, et al. (2020) Phylogeography of the widespread Caribbean spiny orb weaver . Peerj. 8: e8976
Luo Y, Goh SP, Li D, et al. (2020) Global Diversification of Anelosimus Spiders Driven by Long Distance Overwater Dispersal and Neogene Climate Oscillations. Systematic Biology
Garb JE, Haney RA, Schwager EE, et al. (2019) The transcriptome of Darwin's bark spider silk glands predicts proteins contributing to dragline silk toughness. Communications Biology. 2: 275
Čandek K, Agnarsson I, Binford GJ, et al. (2019) Biogeography of the Caribbean Cyrtognatha spiders. Scientific Reports. 9: 397
Tong Y, Binford G, Rheims CA, et al. (2018) Huntsmen of the Caribbean: Multiple tests of the GAARlandia hypothesis. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
Babb PL, Lahens NF, Correa-Garhwal SM, et al. (2017) The Nephila clavipes genome highlights the diversity of spider silk genes and their complex expression. Nature Genetics
Cao X, Liu J, Chen J, et al. (2016) Rapid dissemination of taxonomic discoveries based on DNA barcoding and morphology. Scientific Reports. 6: 37066
Agnarsson I, Jencik BB, Veve GM, et al. (2015) Systematics of the Madagascar Anelosimus spiders: remarkable local richness and endemism, and dual colonization from the Americas. Zookeys. 13-52
Kuntner M, Agnarsson I, Li D. (2015) The eunuch phenomenon: adaptive evolution of genital emasculation in sexually dimorphic spiders. Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society. 90: 279-96
Agnarsson I, Cheng RC, Kuntner M. (2014) A multi-clade test supports the intermediate dispersal model of biogeography. Plos One. 9: e86780
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