Publications

Michel, E. (2009).  Letter to Linnaeus.  Contribution to: Letters to Linnaeus, Eds. Q. Wheeler & S. Knapp, Linnean Society Special Publications, pp. 133-137.

Pyle, Richard L. & Ellinor Michel. 2008. ZooBank: Developing a nomenclatural tool for unifying 250 years of biological information.
Zootaxa 1950: 39–50 (2008), ISSN 1175-5326 (print edition)

Wagner, C.E, P.B. McIntyre, K.S. Buels, E. Michel, D. Gilbert. Diet determines intestine length in Lake Tanganyika’s cichlid fishes. in revision.

Meyer, Justin R., Ellinor Michel, Peter B. McIntyre, Brittany Huntington, Dustin Long, Genifer Lara. Niche or neutral? Scale-dependent processes of community assembly in an African rift lake. submitted.

Corman, J.R., P.B. McIntyre, B. Kuboja, W. Mbemba, D. Fink, C.W. Wheeler, C. Gans, E. Michel, A. Flecker. A high-resolution record of upwelling in the pelagic and littoral zones of Lake Tanganyika, East Africa. submitted.

Arakalova, K. & E. Michel. (in revision) Comparative bioenergetics of two coexisting species of freshwater snails in a subarctic lake.

Marijnissen, Saskia A.E., Ellinor Michel, Daniel F.R. Cleary & Peter B. McIntyre (2008) Ecology and conservation status of the endemic freshwater crabs of Lake Tanganyika, Africa. Biodiversity and Conservation DOI : 10.1007/s10531-008-9543-9.

Marijnissen, S.A.E., E. Michel, M. Kamermans, K. Bosch, M. Kars, D.F.R. Cleary, E.E. v.Loon, P.G. Rachello Domen & S.B.J. Menken. (accepted) Exploring ecological correlates of species differences in the Lake Tanganyika crab radiation. Hydrobiologia DOI 10.1007/s10750-008-9566-y

Michel, E., P.B. McIntyre, J. Chan. (2007) A snail’s space sets a snail’s pace: Movement rates of Lavigeria gastropods in Lake Tanganyika, East Africa. Journal of Molluscan Studies 73:195-198.

Genner, M.J., J.A. Todd, E. Michel, D. Erpenbeck, A. Jimoh, D.A. Joyce, A. Piechocki & J-P. Pointier (2007) Amassing diversity in an ancient lake: evolution of a parthenogenetic gastropod radiation in Lake Malawi. Molecular Ecology 16: 517-530.

Genner et al. (2007, as above) supplementary information

Genner, M.J., E. Michel, J. Todd. (2007) Resistance of an invasive gastropod to an indigenous trematode parasite in Lake Malawi. Biological Invasions DOU 10.1007/s10530-007-9105-1

Marijnissen, S., E. Michel, S. Daniels, F.R. Schram. (2006) Molecular evidence for common ancestry and recent divergence of Lake Tanganyika endemic crabs. Molecular Phylogeny and Evolution.

McIntyre, PB, E. Michel, M. Olsgard. 2006. Top-down and bottom-up controls on periphyton biomass and productivity in Lake Tanganyika. Limnology & Oceanography 51: 1514-1523.

McIntyre, P., E. Michel, K. France, A. Rivers, P. Hakizimana, and A. Cohen. (2005) Effects of anthropogenic sedimentation on snails in Lake Tanganyika: comparing individual- and assemblage-level measures. Conservation Biology 19(1): 171-181

Michel, E. (2004) Vinundu, a new genus of gastropod (Cerithioidea, ‘Thiaridae’) with two species from Lake Tanganyika, East Africa, and its molecular phylogenetic relationships. Journal of Molluscan Studies 70(1): 1-19.

Michel, E., J.A Todd, D.F.R Cleary, I. Kingma, & A.S. Cohen. (2004) Scales of endemism: Challenges for conservation and incentives for evolutionary studies in Lake Tanganyika’s gastropod species flocks. Journal of Conchology special publication 3: 155-172.

Genner, M.J., E. Michel, D. Erpenbeck, N. de Voogd, F. Witte, J-P. Pointier. (2004) Camouflaged invasion of Lake Malawi by an Oriental gastropod. Molecular Ecology 13: 2135-2141.

Genner, M.J., O. Seehausen, D.F.R. Cleary, M.E. Knight, E. Michel, & G.F. Turner. (2004) How does the taxonomic status of allopatric populations influence species richness within African cichlid fish assemblages? Journal of Biogeography. 31: 93-102

Papadopoulos, L.N., J.A. Todd & E. Michel. (2004) Adulthood and phylogenetic analysis in gastropods: Character recognition and coding in shells of Lavigeria (Cerithioidea, Thiaridae) from Lake Tanganyika. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 140: 233-240

Marijnissen, S., Schram, F.R., Cumberlidge, N. & Michel, E. (2004) Two new species of Platytelphusa A. Milne-Edwards, 1887 (Decapoda, Potamoidea, Platytelphusidae), and comments on the taxonomic position of P. denticulata Capart, 1952 from Lake Tanganyika, East Africa. Crustaceana 77(5): 513-532.

Stift, M., E. Michel, T. Sitnikova, K. Manyova, D. Sherbakov. (2004) Palaearctic gastropod gains a foothold in the dominion of endemics: range expansion and morphological change of Lymnaea auricularia in Lake Baikal. Hydrobiologia. 513: 101-108.

de Boer, M.G., M. Stift & E. Michel. (2004) Two new highly polymorphic microsatellite loci and inadvertent minisatellite loci for Lymnaea auricularia. Journal of Molluscan Studies 70(1):103-4.

Michel, E., K. West, J.A. Todd , D.S. Brown, & J. Clabaugh. (2003). The Gastropods of Lake Tanganyika: Diagnostic Key and Taxonomic Classification with Notes on the Fauna. 132 pgs, 102 figures. SIL special publications (Societas Internationalis Limnologiae – International Assoc. of Theoretical and Applied Limnology). Note first two authors are on equal level– referencing is legitimate with either author in first position.

This book is available from the SIL website: http:/www.limnology.org/publications.html (International Assoc. Theor. & Applied Limnology, Societas Internationalis Limnologiae)

Hidding, A., E. Michel, T. Natyaganova, D. Sherbakov. (2003). 16S phylogeny suggests polyphyly and chromosomal speciation of Lake Baikal’s endemic isopods. Molecular Ecology 12: 1509-1514.

Genner, M.J. & E. Michel. (2003). Habitat associations of endemic gastropods at Cape Maclear, Lake Malawi. Journal of Molluscan Studies 69: 325-328.

Michel, E. (2000). Phylogeny of a Gastropod Species Flock: Exploring Speciation in Lake Tanganyika in a Molecular Framework. In: Advances in Ecological Research 31 Biology of Ancient Lakes Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution (A. Rossiter & H. Kawanabe, eds.) Academic Press, London. pp. 275-302.

West, K.A. & E. Michel. (2000). The dynamics of endemic diversification: Co1 phylogeny suggests explosive origin of the gastropods of Lake Tanganyika (Cerithioidea: Thiaridae). In: Advances in Ecological Research 31, Biology of Ancient Lakes: Biodiversity, Ecology and Evolution (A. Rossiter & H. Kawanabe, eds.) Academic Press, London. pp. 331-354.

Kingma, I. & E. Michel. (2000). Variation in reproductive strategies in the ovoviviparous genus Lavigeria (Gastropoda: Thiaridae) from Lake Tanganyika, East Africa. (in Dutch, English translation available). Correspondentieblad Nederlandse Malacologische Vereniging 312: 15-24.

Alin, S., A.S. Cohen, R. Bills, M.M. Gashagaza, E. Michel, J.J. Tiercelin, K. Martens, P. Coeveliers, S.K. Mboko, K. West, M. Soreghan, S. Kimbadi & G. Ntakimazi. (1999). Effects of Landscape Disturbance on Animal Communities in Lake Tanganyika, East Africa. Conservation Biology 13(5): 1017-1033.

Michel, E. (1994). Why Snails Radiate: A Review of Gastropod Evolution in Long-lived Lakes, Both Recent and Fossil. In: Martens, K., B. Gooderis & G. Coulter (Eds) Speciation in Ancient Lakes. Archiv für Hydrobiologie, Beihefte- Advances in Limnology 44: 285-317.

Michel, A.E., A.S. Cohen, K.A. West, M.R. Johnston & P.W. Kat. (1992) Large African Lakes as Natural Laboratories for Evolution: Examples from the Endemic Gastropod Fauna of Lake Tanganyika. International Limnological Society (S.I.L.), Mitteilungen. Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie 23: 85-99.

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