Matjaz Kuntner, Ph.D.

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2005 The George Washington University, Washington, DC, United States 
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Zoology Biology, Entomology Biology
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Jonathan Coddington grad student 2005 George Washington University
Jonathan Coddington grad student 2005 The George Washington University
 (Systematics and evolution of nephilid spiders (Araneae, Nephilidae new rank).)
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Xu X, Su YC, Ho SYW, et al. (2020) Phylogenomic Analysis of Ultraconserved Elements Resolves the Evolutionary and Biogeographic History of Segmented Trapdoor Spiders. Systematic Biology
Čandek K, Pristovšek Čandek U, Kuntner M. (2020) Machine learning approaches identify male body size as the most accurate predictor of species richness. Bmc Biology. 18: 105
Xu X, Kuntner M, Bond JE, et al. (2020) Molecular species delimitation in the primitively segmented spider genus Heptathela endemic to Japanese islands. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 106900
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
Xu X, Ono H, Kuntner M, et al. (2019) A taxonomic monograph of the liphistiid spider genus , endemic to Japanese islands. Zookeys. 888: 1-50
Kuntner M, Coddington JA. (2019) Sexual Size Dimorphism: Evolution and Perils of Extreme Phenotypes in Spiders. Annual Review of Entomology
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
Quiñones-Lebrón SG, Gregorič M, Kuntner M, et al. (2019) Small size does not confer male agility advantages in a sexually-size dimorphic spider. Plos One. 14: e0216036
Čandek K, Agnarsson I, Binford GJ, et al. (2019) Biogeography of the Caribbean Cyrtognatha spiders. Scientific Reports. 9: 397
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