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24. Appel, E., C-P. Lin and S.N. Gorb (2014)
Ultrastructure of dragonfly wing veins: composite structure of fibrous material supplemented by resilin.
BMC Biology (submitted)
23. Tseng, H-Y., C-P. Lin*, J-Y Hsu, D.A. Pike and W-S. Huang* (2014)
The functional significance of aposematic signals: geographic variation in the responses of widespread lizard predators to colourful invertebrate prey.
PLoS ONE (accepted)
22. Su, Y-C., J-F. Wang, R.J.T. Villanueva, O.M. Nuñeza and C-P. Lin* (2014)
Hopping out of Mindanao: Miocene-Pliocene geological processes and cross-island dispersal as major drivers of diversity for Philippine treehoppers.
Journal of Biogeography (accepted)
21. Chen M-Y., S-M. Chaw, J-F. Wang, R.J.T. Villanueva, O.M. Nuñeza and C-P Lin* (2014)
Mitochondrial genome of a flashwing demoiselle, Vestalis melania from the Philippine Archipelago
Mitochondrial DNA (early online: 1-2)
supplementary materials (2014)
Appendix I. Primers used for sequencing of the mt genome of V melania. Appendix II. Putative secondary structures for the 22 tRNA genes in V. melania’s mitogenome.
20. Wang, J-F., M-Y. Chen, S-M. Chaw, Y. Morii, M. Yoshimura, T. Sota and C-P. Lin* (2014)
Complete mitochondrial genome of an enigmatic dragonfly, Epiophlebia superstes (Odonata, Epiophlebiidae)
Mitochondrial DNA (early online: 1-2)
supplementary materials (2014)
Appendix I. Primers used for sequencing of the mt genome of E. superstes. Appendix II. Putative secondary structures for the 22 tRNA genes in E. superstes’s mitogenome.
19. Lee, Y-H. and C-P. Lin* (2012)
Pleistocene speciation with and without gene flow in Euphaea damselflies of subtropical and tropical East Asian islands.
Molecular Ecology 21(15):3739–3756
18. Lee, Y-H. and C-P. Lin* (2012)
Morphometric and genetic differentiation of two sibling gossamer-wing damselflies, Euphaea formosa and E. yayeyamana, and adaptive trait divergence in subtropical East Asian islands.
Journal of Insect Science 2012. 12.53 (17 April 2012)
17. Villanueva, R.J.T., V.P. Gapud and C-P. Lin (2011)
Drepanosticta leonardi n. sp., (Odonata: Platystictidae) a new damselfly species from Leyte island, Philippines.
The Philippine Entomologist 25(2):111–115
16. Lee, Y-H. and C-P. Lin* (2011)
Primers for amplification of nuclear introns in four East Asian black-banded gossamer-wing Euphaea damselflies.
in Molecular Ecology Resources Primer Development Consortium, et al. 2011. Permanent genetic resources added to Molecular Ecology Resources Database 1 August 2011-30 September. Molecular Ecology Resources. doi: 10.1111/j.1755-0998.2011.03088.x. 4 Dec 2011
15. Huang, P-S., I-M. Tso, H-C. Lin, L-K. Lin and C-P. Lin* (2011)
Effects of thinning on spider diversity of an East Asian subtropical plantation forest.
Zoological Studies 50(6):705–717
14. Huang, J-P. and C-P. Lin* (2011)
Lineage-specific late Pleistocene expansion of an endemic subtropical gossamer-wing damselfly, Euphaea formosa, in Taiwan.
BMC Evolutionary Biology 11:94 (doi:10.1186/1471-2148-11-94)
13. Huang, C-Y., C-P. Lin and H-C. Lin (2011)
Morphological and biochemical variations in the gills of 12 aquatic air-breathing anabantoid fish.
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 84(2):125–134
12. Huang, J-P. and C-P. Lin* (2010)
Diversification in subtropical mountains: Phylogeography, Pleistocene demographic expansion, and evolution of polyphenic mandibles in Taiwanese stag beetle, Lucanus formosanus.
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 57:1149–1161
11. Lin*, C-P., M-Y. Chen and J-P. Huang (2010)
The complete mitochondrial genome and phylogenomics of a damselfly, Euphaea formosa support a basal Odonata within the Pterygota.
Gene 468:20–29
10. Cheng, R-C., E-C. Yang, C-P. Lin, M. E. Herberstein and I-M. Tso (2010)
Insect form vision as one potential shaping force of spider web decoration design.
Journal of Experimental Biology 213:759–768
9. Lin*, C-P., J-P. Huang, Y-H. Lee and M-Y. Chen. (2009)
Phylogenetic position of a threatened stag beetle, Lucanus datunensis (Coleoptera: Lucanidae) in Taiwan and implications for conservation.
Conservation Genetics [15 Oct 2009, Online First, doi: 10.1007/s10592-009-9996-8][in print: 2011, 12(1):337–341]
8. Lin*, C-P., M. S. Cast, T. K. Wood and M-Y. Chen. (2007)
Phylogenetics and phylogeography of the oak treehopper Platycotis vittata indicate three distinct North American lineages and a neotropical origin.
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 45:750–756
7. Lin, C-P. (2007)
Observations of a subsocial treehopper, Stalotypa fairmairii from Cuba (Hemiptera: Membracidae).
Florida Entomologist 90:398–400
6. Waki, K., S. Dutta, D. Ray, B. K. Kolli, L. Akman, S.-I. Kawazu, C.-P. Lin and K.-P. Chang. (2007)
Transmembrane molecules for phylogenetic analyses of pathogenic protists: Leishmania-specific informative sites in hydrophilic loops of trans-ER N acetylglucosamine-1-phosphate transferase.
Eukaryotic Cell 6:198–210
5. Lin, C-P. (2006)
Social behavior and life history of membracine treehoppers.
Journal of Natural History 40:1887–1907
4. Danforth, B. N., C.-P. Lin and J. Fang. (2005)
How do insect nuclear ribosomal genes compare to protein-coding genes in phylogenetic utility and nucleotide substitution patterns?
Systematic Entomology 30:549–562.
3. Lin*, C-P., B. N. Danforth and T. K. Wood. (2004)
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution of maternal care in membracine treehoppers.
Systematic Biology 53:400–421.
2. Lin, C-P. and B. N. Danforth. (2004)
How do insect nuclear and mitochondrial gene substitution patterns differ? Insights from Bayesian analyses of combined data sets.
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 30:686–702.
1. Lin*, C-P. and T. K. Wood. (2002)
Molecular phylogeny of the North American Enchenopa binotata species complex (Homoptera: Membracidae).
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 95:162–171.