Peer-reviewed publications

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2017

Demos, TC, AS Achmadi, H Handika, Maharadatunkamsi, KC Rowe & JA Esselstyn. 2017. A new species of shrew (Soricomorpha: Crocidura) from Java, Indonesia: possible character displacement despite interspecific gene flow. Journal of Mammalogy. doi: 10.1093/jmammal/gyw183. Link pdf

Eldridge, RA, AS Achmadi, TC Giarla, KC Rowe & JA Esselstyn. 2017. Geographic isolation and elevational gradients promote diversification in an endemic shrew on Sulawesi. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. doi: 10.1016/j.ympev.2017.09.018. Link pdf

Esselstyn, JA, CH Oliveros, MT Swanson, & BC Faircloth. 2017. Investigating difficult nodes in the placental mammal tree with expanded taxon sampling and thousands of ultraconserved elements. Genome Biology and Evolution. doi: 10.1093/gbe/evx168. Link

2016

Cook, JA, SE Greiman, SJ Agosta, RP Anderson, BS Arbogast, et al. 2016. Transformational principles for NEON sampling of mammalian parasites and pathogens: A response to Springer and colleagues. BioScience. 66:917–919. pdf

Demos, TC, AS Achmadi, TC Giarla, H Handika, Maharadatunkamsi, KC Rowe & JA Esselstyn. 2016. Local endemism and within-island diversification of shrews illustrate the importance of speciation in building Sundaland mammal diversity. Molecular Ecology. 25:5158–5173. doi: 10.1111/mec.13820. Link pdf

Esselstyn, JA. 2016. Speciation in shrews (Crocidura) in the Philippine Archipelago. Pp. 64–65 in Heaney, LR, DS Balete & EA Rickart, The Mammals of Luzon Island: Biogeography and Natural History of a Philippine Fauna. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore.

Rowe, KC, AS Achmadi & JA Esselstyn. 2016. Repeated evolution of carnivory among Indo-Australian rodents. Evolution. 70:653–665. doi: 10.1111/evo.12871. Link pdf

Rowe, KC, AS Achmadi & JA Esselstyn. 2016. A new genus and species of omnivorous rodent (Muridae: Murinae) from Sulawesi, nested within a clade of endemic carnivores. Journal of Mammalogy. 97:978–991. doi: 10.1093/jmammal/gyw029. Link pdf

2015

Esselstyn, JA, AS Achmadi, H Handika & KC Rowe. 2015. A hog-nosed shrew rat (Rodentia: Muridae) from Sulawesi Island, Indonesia. Journal of Mammalogy. 96:895–907. doi:10.1093/jmammal/gyv093. Link pdf

Giarla, TC & JA Esselstyn. 2015. The challenges of resolving a rapid, recent radiation: empirical and simulated phylogenomics of Philippine shrews. Systematic Biology. 64:727–740. doi:10.1093/sysbio/syv029. Link pdf

Justiniano, R, JJ Schenk, DS Balete, EA Rickart, JA Esselstyn, LR Heaney & SJ Steppan. 2015. Testing diversification models of endemic Philippine forest mice (Apomys) with nuclear phylogenies across elevational gradients reveals repeated colonization of isolated mountain ranges. Journal of Biogeography. 42:51–64. doi:10.1111/jbi.12401. Link pdf

Stanley, WT, R Hutterer, TC Giarla & JA Esselstyn. 2015. Phylogeny, phylogeography, and geographic variation in the Crocidura monax (Soricidae) species complex from the montane islands of Tanzania, with descriptions of three new species. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 174:185–215. doi:10.1111/zoj.12230 Link pdf

2014

Achmadi, AS, KC Rowe & JA Esselstyn. 2014. New records of two rarely encountered, endemic rats (Rodentia: Muridae: Murinae) from Gunung Gandangdewata, West Sulawesi Province. Treubia. 41:51–60. pdf

Amar, A & JA Esselstyn. 2014. Positive association between rat abundance and breeding success of the Critically Endangered Mariana Crow Corvus kubaryi. Bird Conservation International. 24:192–200. doi:10.1017/S095927091300018X Link pdf

Brown, RM, JA Weghorst, KV Olson, MRM Duya, AJ Barley, LV Duya, M Shekelle, I Neri-Arboleda, JA Esselstyn, NJ Dominy, PS Ong, GL Moritz, A Luczon, ML Diesmos, AC Diesmos & CD Siler. 2014. Conservation genetics of the Philippine tarsier: cryptic genetic variation restructures conservation priorities in an island archipelago primate. PLoS ONE. 9:e104340. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0104340 Link

Esselstyn, JA, AS Achmadi & Maharadatunkamsi. 2014. A new species of shrew (Soricomorpha: Crocidura) from West Java, Indonesia. Journal of Mammalogy. 95:216–224. doi:10.1644/13-MAMM-A-215 Link pdf

Evans, B, K Zeng, JA Esselstyn, B Charlesworth & D Melnick. 2014. Reduced representation genome sequencing suggests low diversity on the sex chromosomes of tonkean macaque monkeys. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 31:2425–2440. doi:10.1093/molbev/msu197 Link pdf

Heaney, LR, DS Balete, MJ Veluz, SJ Steppan, JA Esselstyn, AW Pfeiffer & EA Rickart. 2014. Two new species of Philippine forest mice (Apomys, Muridae, Rodentia) from Lubang and Luzon islands, with a rediscription of Apomys sacobianus Johnson, 1962. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 126:395–413. doi:10.2988/0006-324X-126.4.395 Link pdf

Kang, HJ, WT Stanley, JA Esselstyn, SH Gu & R Yanigahara. 2014. Expanded host diversity and geographic distribution of hantaviruses in Sub-Saharan Africa. Journal of Virology. 88:7663–7667. doi: 10.1128/JVI.00285-14. Link pdf

Musser, GG, AS Achmadi, JA Esselstyn & KC Rowe. 2014. Bunomys torajae, new species. In GG Musser. A systematic review of Sulawesi Bunomys (Muridae, Murinae) with the description of two new species. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History. 392:124–139. Link

Rowe, KC, AS Achmadi & JA Esselstyn. 2014. Convergent evolution of aquatic foraging in a new genus and species (Rodentia: Muridae) from Sulawesi Island, Indonesia. Zootaxa. 3815:541–564. doi: 10.11646/zootaxa.3815.4.5. Link pdf

2013

Achmadi, AS, JA Esselstyn, KC Rowe, I Maryanto & MT Abdullah. 2013. Phylogeny, diversity, and biogeography of Southeast Asian endemic spiny mice (Maxomys). Journal of Mammalogy. 94:1412–1423. doi:10.1644/13-MAMM-A-092.1 Link pdf Supplementary Materials

Brown, RM, CD Siler, CH Oliveros, JA Esselstyn, AC Diesmos, PA Hosner, CW Linkem, AJ Barley, JR Oaks, MB Sanguila, LJ Welton, RG Moyle, AT Peterson & AC Alcala. 2013. Evolutionary processes of diversification in a model island archipelago. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics. 44:411–435. doi:10.1146/annurev-ecolsys-110411-160323 Link pdf

Esselstyn, JA, Maharadatunkamsi, AS Achmadi, CD Siler & BJ Evans. 2013. Carving out turf in a biodiversity hotspot: Multiple previously unrecognized shrew species co-occur on Java Island, Indonesia. Molecular Ecology 22:4972–4987. doi:10.1111/mec.12450 Link pdf

Oaks, JR, J Sukumaran, JA Esselstyn, CW Linkem, CD Siler, MT Holder & RM Brown. 2013. Evidence for climate-driven diversification? A caution for interpreting ABC inferences of simultaneous historical events. Evolution. 67:991–1010. doi:10.1111/j.1558-5646.2012.01840.x Link pdf

Stanley, WT, LW Robbins, JM Malekani, SG Mbalitini, DA Migurimu, JC Mukinzi, J Hulselmans, V Prévot, E Verheyen, R Hutterer, JB Doty, BP Monroe, YJ Nakazawa, Z Braden, D Carroll, JC Kerbis Peterhans, JM Bates & JA Esselstyn. 2013. A new hero emerges: another exceptional mammalian spine and its potential adaptive significance. Biology Letters. 9:20130486. doi:10.1098/rsbl.2013.0486. Link pdf
      Press coverage: Nature, BBC.

2012

Esselstyn, JA, AS Achmadi & KC Rowe. 2012. Evolutionary novelty in a rat with no molars. Biology Letters. doi:10.1098/rsbl.2012.0574. Link pdf Supplementary Materials
      Press coverage: Nature, CBC Radio.

Esselstyn, JA, BJ Evans, JL Sedlock, FAA Khan & LR Heaney. 2012. Single-locus species delimitation: a test of the mixed Yule-coalescent model, with an empirical application to Philippine round-leaf bats. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B. doi:10.1098/rspb.2012.0705. 279:3678–3686. Link pdf Supplementary Materials

2011

Esselstyn, JA, SP Maher & RM Brown. 2011. Species interactions during diversification and community assembly in an island radiation of shrews. PLoS ONE. 6:e21885. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0021885. Link

Wiles, GJ, TJ O'Shea, DJ Worthington, JA Esselstyn & EW Valdez. 2011. Status and natural history of Emballonura semicaudata rotensis on Aguiguan, Mariana Islands. Acta Chiropterologica. 13:299–309. pdf

2010

Brown, RM, CW Linkem, CD Siler, J Sukumaran, JA Esselstyn, AC Diesmos, DT Iskandar, D Bickford, BJ Evans, JA McGuire, L Grismer, J Supriatna & N Andayani. 2010. Phylogeograpy and historical demography of Polypedates leucomystax in the islands of Indonesia and the Philippines: Evidence for recent human-mediated range expansion? Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 57:598–619. Link pdf

Esselstyn, JA & SM Goodman. 2010. New species of shrew (Soricidae: Crocidura) from Sibuyan Island, Philippines. Journal of Mammalogy. 91:1467–1472. Link pdf

Esselstyn, JA & CH Oliveros. 2010. Colonization of the Philippines from Taiwan: a mulitlocus test of the biogeographic and phylogenetic relationships of isolated populations of shrews. Journal of Biogeography. 37:1504–1514. Link pdf

Esselstyn, JA, CH Oliveros, RG Moyle, AT Peterson, JA McGuire & RM Brown. 2010. Integrating phylogenetic and taxonomic data illuminates complex biogeographic patterns along Huxley's modification of Wallace's Line. Journal of Biogeography. 37:2054–2066. Link pdf Supplementary Appendix (.txt)

Patou, ML, A Wilting, P Gaubert, JA Esselstyn, C Cruan, AP Jennings, J Fickel & V Geraldine. 2010. Evolutionary history of the Paradoxurus palm civets – a new model for Asian biogeography. Journal of Biogeography. 37:2077–2097. Link pdf

Siler, CD, JR Oaks, JA Esselstyn, AC Diesmos & RM Brown. 2010. Phylogeny and biogeography of Philippine bent-toed geckos (Gekkonidae: Cyrtodactylus) contradict a prevailing model of Pleistocene diversification. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 55:699–710. Link pdf

Stanley, WT & JA Esselstyn. 2010. Biogeography and diversity among montane populations of mouse shrew (Soricidae: Myosorex) in Tanzania. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 100:669–680. Link pdf

2009

Esselstyn, JA, RM Timm & RM Brown. 2009. Do geological or climatic processes drive speciation in dynamic archipelagos? The tempo and mode of diversification in Southeast Asian shrews. Evolution. 63:2595–2610. Link pdf Supplementary Appendix (.pdf)

Esselstyn, JA & RM Brown. 2009. The role of repeated sea-level fluctuations in the generation of shrew (Soricidae: Crocidura) diversity in the Philippine Archipelago. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 53:171–181. Link pdf Supplementary Appendix (.xls) Supplementary Appendix (.txt)

2008

Amar, A, F Amidon, B Arroyo, JA Esselstyn & AP Marshall. 2008. Population trends of the forest bird community on the Pacific island of Rota, Mariana Islands. Condor. 110:421–427. Link pdf

Esselstyn, JA, HJD Garcia, MG Saulog & LR Heaney. 2008. A new species of Desmalopex (Pteropodidae) from the Philippines, with a phylogenetic analysis of the Pteropodini. Journal of Mammalogy. 89:815–825. Link pdf

2007

Esselstyn, JA. 2007. A new species of stripe-faced fruit bat (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae: Styloctenium) from the Philippines. Journal of Mammalogy. 88:951–958. Link pdf

Esselstyn, JA. 2007. Should universal guidelines be applied to taxonomic research? Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 90:761–764. Link pdf

2006 and earlier

Esselstyn, JA, A Amar & D Janeke. 2006. Impact of post-typhoon hunting on Mariana fruit bats (Pteropus mariannus). Pacific Science. 60:531–539. Link pdf

Esselstyn, JA, P Widmann & LR Heaney. 2004. The mammals of Palawan Island, Philippines. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 117:271–302. pdf

Esselstyn, JA, GJ Wiles & A Amar. 2004. Habitat use of the Pacific sheath-tailed bat (Emballonura semicaudata) on Aguiguan, Mariana Islands. Acta Chiropterologica. 6:303–308. Link pdf

Esselstyn, JA & RC Wildman. 1997. Observations of Juga in the diet of larval Pacific giant salamanders (Dicamptodon tenebrosus). Northwestern Naturalist. 78:70–73. Link pdf

Other publications

Esselstyn, JA. 2010. At long last, an authoritative guide to the mammals of Indochina. Journal of Mammalian Evolution. 17:215–216. [Review of: Francis, CM. 2008. A guide to the mammals of Southeast Asia. Princeton University Press.]. Link pdf

Heaney, LR, ML Dolar, DS Balete, JA Esselstyn, EA Rickart & JL Sedlock. 2010. Synopsis of Philippine mammals. Link.