1. LoScerbo, D., M.J. Farell, J. Arrowsmith, J.J. Mlynarek and J-P. Lessard. 2020. Phylogenetically conserved host traits and local abiotic conditions drive the geography of parasite intensity. Functional Ecology 00:0-11. doi 10.1111/1365-2435.13698
  2. Levesque-Beaudin, V. and J.J. Mlynarek. 2020. Revision of the Nearctic Paramyia Williston (Diptera: Milichiidae). Zootaxa 4732(1): 001-056. doi 10.11646/zootaxa.4732.1.1
  3. Mlynarek, J.J. 2019. Revision of the new world genus Enderleiniella Becker, 1912 (Diptera, Chloropidae). Zookeys 884: 107-134. doi 10.3897/zookeys.884.36154
  4. Mlynarek, J.J. and S.B. Heard. 2018. Strong and complex host- and habitat- associated genetic differentiation in an apparently polyphagous leaf-mining insect. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 125(4):885-899 doi 10.1093/biolinnean/bly166 .
  5. Mlynarek, J.J., A. Grégoire-Taillefer, and T.A. Wheeler. 2018. Saproxylic Diptera assemblages in a temperate deciduous forest: implications for community assembly. PeerJ 6:e6027 doi 10.7717/peerj.6027.
  6. Cumming, J.M., B.J. Sinclair, S.E. Brooks, J.J. Mlynarek and T.A. Wheeler. 2018. Diversity of saproxylic dance flies and long-legged flies (Diptera: Empidoidea) in a temperate deciduous forest in Quebec, Canada. Zootaxa 4521(2):287-293 doi 10.11646/zootaxa.4521.2.10.
  7. Mlynarek, J.J. and T.A. Wheeler. 2018. Phylogeny and revised classification of the tribe Elachipterini (Diptera: Chloropidae). Zootaxa 4471(1): 001-036 doi 10.11646/zootaxa.4471.1.1.
  8. Mlynarek, J.J. and R. Labbé. 2018. Trialeurodes abutiloneus (Haldeman) (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae), a species long present but never officially recorded in Canada. The Canadian Entomologist 150(4): 532-538 doi 10.4039/tce.2018.26.
  9. Mlynarek, J.J. and T.A. Wheeler. 2018. Chloropid flies (Diptera, Chloropidae) associated with pitcher plants in North America. PeerJ 6:e4491 doi 10.7717/peerj.4491.
  10. Mlynarek, J.J., C.E. Moffat, S. Edwards, A.L. Einfeldt, A. Heustis, R. Johns, M. MacDonnell, D.S. Pureswaran, D.T. Quiring, Z. Shibel and S.B. Heard. 2017. Enemy escape: a general phenomenon in a fragmented literature? FACETS 2:1015-1044. doi 10.1139/facets-2017-0041.
  11. Mlynarek, J.J., J.-H. Kim and S.B. Heard. 2016. Identification of leaf-mining insects via DNA recovered from empty mines. FACETS 1:217-224 doi 10.1139/facets-2016-0026.
  12. Mlynarek, J.J., W. Knee and M.R. Forbes. 2015. Host phenology, geographic range size and regional representation explain interspecific variation in damselfly-water mite associations. Ecography 38(7): 670-680 doi 10.1111/ecog.00997.
  13. Mlynarek, J.J. 2015. Testing the enemy release hypothesis for an insect species with an expanding range. PeerJ 3:e1415 doi 10.7717/peerj.1415.
  14. Mlynarek, J.J., W. Knee, B. Smith and M.R. Forbes. 2015. Regionally widespread parasitic water mites have relatively broad host species ranges. Canadian Journal of Zoology 93(10): 741-746 doi: 10.1139/cjz-2015-0077.
  15. Mlynarek, J.J., A. Iserbyt, L. Nagel and M.R. Forbes. 2015. Differential water mite parasitism, phenoloxidase activity, and resistance to mites are unrelated across pairs of related damselfly species. PLoS ONE 10(2): e0115539 doi 10.1371/journal.pone.0115539.
  16. Mlynarek, J.J., W. Knee and M.R. Forbes. 2014. Explaining resistance in a multi-host parasite. Evolutionary Biology 41: 115-122.
  17. Nagel, L., J.J. Mlynarek and M.R. Forbes. 2014. Comparing natural parasitism and resistance with proxies of host immune response in lestid damselflies. Ecological Parasitology and Immunology 3:1-7 doi 10.4303/epi/235884.
  18. Forbes, M.R. and J.J. Mlynarek. 2014. A hypothesis to explain host species differences in resistance to multi-host parasites. Ideas in Ecology and Evolution 7: 17-24.
  19. Mlynarek, J.J., W. Knee and M.R. Forbes. 2013. Relative geographic range of sibling species of host damselflies does not reliably predict differential parasitism by water mites. BMC Ecology 13:50 doi:10.1186/1472-6785-13-50.
  20. Morrill, A., J.J. Mlynarek and M.R. Forbes. 2013. On explaining covariation between endo- and ectoparasites in spreadwing damselflies (Zygoptera: Lestidae). Canadian Journal of Zoology 91(10):761-765 doi: 10.1139/cjz-2013-0096.
  21. Mlynarek, J.J., C. Hassall and M.R. Forbes. 2012. Higher gregarine parasitism often in sibling species of host damselflies with smaller geographic distributions. Ecological Entomology 37: 419-425.
  22.  Forbes, M.R., J.J. Mlynarek, J. Allison and K.R. Hecker. 2012. Seasonality of gregarine parasitism in the damselfly, Nehalennia irene: understanding unimodal patterns. Parasitology Research 110: 245-250.
  23. Nagel, L., J.J. Mlynarek and M.R. Forbes. 2011. Immune response to nylon filaments in two damselfly species that differ in their resistance to ectoparasitic mites. Ecological Entomology 36: 736-743.
  24. 6. Mlynarek, J.J., D.G. Bert, G.H. Peralta-Vázquez, J.A. James and M.R. Forbes. 2011. Relationships between gregarine infection in damselflies, wetland type, and landscape characteristics. The Canadian Entomologist 143: 460-469.
  25. Mlynarek, J.J. and T.A. Wheeler. 2010. Systematics of Allomedeia, a new genus of Afrotropical Chloropidae (Diptera). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 103: 465-471.
  26. Mlynarek, J.J. and T.A. Wheeler. 2010. Camptopeltes, a new Neotropical genus of oscinelline Chloropidae (Diptera). The Canadian Entomologist 142: 193-199.
  27. Mlynarek, J.J. and T.A. Wheeler. 2009. Revision of the Neotropical genus Goniaspis Duda (Diptera: Chloropidae). Zootaxa 2033: 26-40.
  28. Wheeler, T.A. and J.J. Mlynarek. 2008. Systematics of Agrophaspidium, a new genus of Neotropical Chloropidae (Diptera). Zootaxa 1926: 41-52.
  29. Mlynarek, J.J. and T.A. Wheeler. 2008. Revision of the Costa Rican species of Elachiptera (Diptera: Chloropidae). Zootaxa 1754: 41-51.

In Press/Accepted/Submitted

Mlynarek, J.J. and K. Sim. Identification of morphologically challenging Delia (Diptera: Anthomyiidae) species from field vegetable crops using PCR-RFLP. Submitted to Journal of Economic Entomology

Blatt, S., M.R. McDonald and J.J. Mlynarek. Entomopathogenic nematodes for control of carrot weevil in Ontario and Nova Scotia. Submitted to Pest Management Science

Mlynarek, J.J., M. MacDonald, K. Sim, K. Hiltz, M.R. McDonald and S. Blatt. Oviposition, feeding preferences and distribution of Delia (Diptera: Anthomyiidae) species in Eastern Canadian onions. Submitted to Insectes

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