Anahí Espíndola
Anahí Espíndola
Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland
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Ecological intensification to mitigate impacts of conventional intensive land use on pollinators and pollination
A Kovács‐Hostyánszki, A Espíndola, AJ Vanbergen, J Settele, C Kremen, ...
Ecology Letters 20 (5), 673-689, 2017
Predicting present and future intra‐specific genetic structure through niche hindcasting across 24 millennia
A Espíndola, L Pellissier, L Maiorano, W Hordijk, A Guisan, N Alvarez
Ecology Letters 15 (7), 649-657, 2012
Gene flow among wild and domesticated almond species: insights from chloroplast and nuclear markers
M Delplancke, N Alvarez, A Espíndola, H Joly, L Benoit, E Brouck, ...
Evolutionary Applications 5 (4), 317-329, 2012
Phylogenetic alpha and beta diversities of butterfly communities correlate with climate in the western Swiss Alps
L Pellissier, N Alvarez, A Espíndola, J Pottier, A Dubuis, JN Pradervand, ...
Ecography 36 (5), 541-550, 2013
New insights into the phylogenetics and biogeography of Arum (Araceae): unravelling its evolutionary history
A Espíndola, S Buerki, M Bedalov, P Küpfer, N Alvarez
Botanical journal of the linnean society 163 (1), 14-32, 2010
Risks to pollinators and pollination from invasive alien species
AJ Vanbergen, A Espíndola, MA Aizen
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (1), 16-25, 2018
Evolutionary history of almond tree domestication in the M editerranean basin
M Delplancke, N Alvarez, L Benoit, A Espindola, H I Joly, ...
Molecular ecology 22 (4), 1092-1104, 2013
Comparative phylogeography of mutualists and the effect of the host on the genetic structure of its partners
A Espíndola, BC Carstens, N Alvarez
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 113 (4), 1021-1035, 2014
Phylogenetic relationships in the subfamily Psychodinae (Diptera, Psychodidae)
A Espindola, S Buerki, A Jacquier, J Ježek, N Alvarez
Zoologica Scripta 41 (5), 489-498, 2012
Demographic model selection using random forests and the site frequency spectrum
ML Smith, M Ruffley, A Espíndola, DC Tank, J Sullivan, BC Carstens
Molecular Ecology 26 (17), 4562-4573, 2017
Identifying cryptic diversity with predictive phylogeography
A Espíndola, M Ruffley, ML Smith, BC Carstens, DC Tank, J Sullivan
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1841), 20161529, 2016
A probabilistic approach to niche‐based community models for spatial forecasts of assemblage properties and their uncertainties
L Pellissier, A Espíndola, JN Pradervand, A Dubuis, J Pottier, S Ferrier, ...
Journal of Biogeography 40 (10), 1939-1946, 2013
Pollination syndromes in a specialised plant‐pollinator interaction: does floral morphology predict pollinators in Calceolaria?
M Murúa, A Espíndola
Plant Biology 17 (2), 551-557, 2015
Variation in the proportion of flower visitors of Arum maculatum along its distributional range in relation with community‐based climatic niche analyses
A Espíndola, L Pellissier, N Alvarez
Oikos 120 (5), 728-734, 2011
Comparative phylogeography in a specific and obligate pollination antagonism
A Espíndola, N Alvarez
PLoS One 6 (12), e28662, 2011
Predicting plant conservation priorities on a global scale
TA Pelletier, BC Carstens, DC Tank, J Sullivan, A Espíndola
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (51), 13027-13032, 2018
Ecological and historical drivers of diversification in the fly genus Chiastocheta Pokorny
A Espíndola, S Buerki, N Alvarez
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 63 (2), 466-474, 2012
Investigating the relationship between pollination strategies and the size-advantage model in zoophilous plants using the reproductive biology of Arum cylindraceum and other …
N Revel, N Alvarez, M Gibernau, A Espíndola
Arthropod-Plant Interactions 6 (1), 35-44, 2012
Decoupled post‐glacial history in mutualistic plant–insect interactions: insights from the yellow loosestrife (Lysimachia vulgaris) and its associated oil‐collecting bees …
Y Triponez, N Arrigo, A Espíndola, N Alvarez
Journal of Biogeography 42 (4), 630-640, 2015
Global phylogeography of the insect pest Callosobruchus maculatus (Coleoptera: Bruchinae) relates to the history of its main host, Vigna unguiculata
K Kébé, N Alvarez, M Tuda, G Arnqvist, CW Fox, M Sembčne, ...
Journal of Biogeography 44 (11), 2515-2526, 2017
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