Publications

  • 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 .
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Mlynarek, J.J., W. Knee and M.R. Forbes. 2014. Explaining resistance in a multi-host parasite. Evolutionary Biology 41: 115-122.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  •  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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Mlynarek, J.J. and T.A. Wheeler. 2010. Camptopeltes, a new Neotropical genus of oscinelline Chloropidae (Diptera). The Canadian Entomologist 142: 193-199.
  • Mlynarek, J.J. and T.A. Wheeler. 2009. Revision of the Neotropical genus Goniaspis Duda (Diptera: Chloropidae). Zootaxa 2033: 26-40.
  • Wheeler, T.A. and J.J. Mlynarek. 2008. Systematics of Agrophaspidium, a new genus of Neotropical Chloropidae (Diptera). Zootaxa 1926: 41-52.
  • 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. Revision of the new world genus Enderleiniella Becker, 1912 (Diptera: Chloropidae). Submitted to Zookeys

Levesque-Beaudin, V. and J.J. Mlynarek. Revision of Paramyia Williston (Diptera: Milichiidae) of the Nearctic region north of Mexico using an integrated taxonomic approach. Submitted to Zootaxa.

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