Julia J. Mlynarek
Julia J. Mlynarek
Insectarium de Montreal
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Enemy escape: A general phenomenon in a fragmented literature?
JJ Mlynarek, CE Moffat, S Edwards, AL Einfeldt, A Heustis, R Johns, ...
Facets 2 (2), 1015-1044, 2017
Immune response to nylon filaments in two damselfly species that differ in their resistance to ectoparasitic mites
L Nagel, JJ Mlynarek, MR Forbes
Ecological Entomology 36 (6), 736-743, 2011
Host phenology, geographic range size and regional occurrence explain interspecific variation in damselfly–water mite associations
JJ Mlynarek, W Knee, MR Forbes
Ecography 38 (7), 670-680, 2015
Explaining susceptibility and resistance to a multi-host parasite
JJ Mlynarek, W Knee, MR Forbes
Evolutionary Biology 41, 115-122, 2014
Seasonality of gregarine parasitism in the damselfly, Nehalennia irene: understanding unimodal patterns
MR Forbes, JJ Mlynarek, J Allison, KR Hecker
Parasitology research 110, 245-250, 2012
Relative geographic range of sibling species of host damselflies does not reliably predict differential parasitism by water mites
JJ Mlynarek, W Knee, MR Forbes
BMC ecology 13, 1-10, 2013
Higher gregarine parasitism often in sibling species of host damselflies with smaller geographical distributions
JJ Mlynarek, C Hassall, MR Forbes
Ecological Entomology 37 (5), 419-425, 2012
Identification of leaf-mining insects via DNA recovered from empty mines
JJ Mlynarek, JH Kim, SB Heard
Facets 1 (1), 217-224, 2016
Testing the enemy release hypothesis in a native insect species with an expanding range
JJ Mlynarek
PeerJ 3, e1415, 2015
Relationships between gregarine infection in damselflies, wetland type, and landscape characteristics
JJ Mlynarek, DG Bert, GH Peralta-Vázquez, JA James, MR Forbes
The Canadian Entomologist 143 (5), 460-469, 2011
Saproxylic Diptera assemblages in a temperate deciduous forest: implications for community assembly
JJ Mlynarek, AG Taillefer, TA Wheeler
PeerJ 6, e6027, 2018
Strong and complex host-and habitat-associated genetic differentiation in an apparently polyphagous leaf mining insect
JJ Mlynarek, SB Heard
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 125 (4), 885-899, 2018
Differential water mite parasitism, phenoloxidase activity, and resistance to mites are unrelated across pairs of related damselfly species
JJ Mlynarek, A Iserbyt, L Nagel, MR Forbes
PloS one 10 (2), e0115539, 2015
Phylogenetically conserved host traits and local abiotic conditions jointly drive the geography of parasite intensity
D LoScerbo, MJ Farrell, J Arrowsmith, J Mlynarek, JP Lessard
Functional Ecology 34 (12), 2477-2487, 2020
Oviposition, Feeding Preferences and Distribution of Delia Species (Diptera: Anthomyiidae) in Eastern Canadian Onions
JJ Mlynarek, M MacDonald, K Sim, K Hiltz, MR McDonald, S Blatt
Insects 11 (11), 780, 2020
Revision of the Costa Rican species of Elachiptera (Diptera: Chloropidae)
JJ Mlynarek, TA Wheeler
Zootaxa 1754 (1), 41–51-41–51, 2008
Regionally widespread parasitic water mites have relatively broad host-species ranges
JJ Mlynarek, W Knee, BP Smith, MR Forbes
Canadian Journal of Zoology 93 (10), 741-746, 2015
A hypothesis to explain host species differences in resistance to multi-host parasites
MR Forbes, JJ Mlynarek
Ideas in Ecology and Evolution 7 (1), 2014
Explaining covariation between endo-and ecto-parasites in spreadwing damselflies (Zygoptera: Lestidae)
A Morrill, JJ Mlynarek, MR Forbes
Canadian journal of zoology 91 (10), 761-765, 2013
Metabarcoding prey DNA from fecal samples of adult dragonflies shows no predicted sex differences, and substantial inter-individual variation, in diets
A Morrill, KM Kaunisto, JJ Mlynarek, E Sippola, EJ Vesterinen, MR Forbes
PeerJ 9, e12634, 2021
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