2021

Cadena CD, Zapata F. The genomic revolution and species delimitation in birds (and other organisms): why phenotypes should not be overlooked Ornithology 138(2): [doi]

Singhal S, Roddy A, DiVittorio C, Sanchez-Amaya A, Henriquez CL, Brodersen CR, Fehlberg S, Zapata F. Diversification, disparification, and hybridization in the desert shrubs Encelia. New Phytologist 230(3):1228-1241 [doi][repo]

Huang A, Howison M, Zapata F, Lawrence CE, Dunn CW. Revising transcriptome assemblies with phylogenetic information. PLOS ONE 16(1):e0244202 [doi][repo]

Aburto-Oropeza O, Burelo-Ramos CM, Ezcurra E, Ezcurra P, Henriquez CL, Vanderplank S, Zapata F. Last interglacial sea levels revealed by a relict inland mangrove ecosystem. [doi][repo] (in review)

Jacobs SJ, Henriquez CL, Zapata F. Peering into the nature of plant species. [doi][repo] (in review)

Mabry ME, Zapata F, Paul DL, O'Connor PM, Soltis PS, Blackburn DC, Simmons NB. Monographs as a nexus for building extended specimens networks using persistent identifiers. (in review)

2020

DiVittorio CD, Singhal S, Roddy A, Zapata F, Ackerly DD, Baldwin BG, Brodersen CR, Búrquez A, Fine PVA, Padilla Flores M, Solis E, Morales-Villavicencio J, Morales-Arce D, Kyhos DW. Natural selection maintains species despite frequent hybridization in the desert shrub Encelia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 117(52):33373-33383 [doi][repo]

Henkhaus NA, Bartlett ME, Gang DR, Grumet R, [...] Zapata F, Stern DB. Plant Science Decadal Vision 2020-2030: Reimagining the Potential of Plants for a Healthy and Sustainable Future. Plant Direct 1:24 [doi]

2019

Zapata F, Villarroel D. A new species of Escallonia (Escalloniaceae) from the inter-Andean tropical dry forests of Bolivia. PeerJ 7:e6328 [doi][repo]

2018

Munro C, Siebert S, Zapata F, Howison M, Damian-Serrano A, Church SH, Goetz FE, Pugh PR, Haddock SHD, Dunn CW. Improved phylogenetic resolution within Siphonophora (Cnidaria) with implications for trait evolution. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 127:823-833. [doi][repo]

Dunn CW, Zapata F, Munro C, Siebert S, Hejnol A. (2018) Pairwise comparisons are problematic when analyzing functional genomic data across species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 115(3):E409-E417 [doi][repo]

Cadena CD, Zapata F, Jiménez I. Issues and Perspectives in Species Delimitation using Phenotypic Data - Atlantean Evolution in Darwin's Finches. Systematic Biology. 67(2):181-194 [doi][repo]

2016

Guang A^, Zapata F^, Howison M, Dunn CW. An integrated perspective on phylogenetic workflows. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 31(2):116-126 (^ equal contribution) [doi]


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