MSc. Simon Tristram Segar, Ph.D.

Job Position: Head of Laboratory - Laboratory of Evolutionary Ecology

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Phone: 387775038

Total found: 21 records
Basset Y. F., Dahl C. N., Čtvrtečka R., Gripenberg S., Lewis O., Segar S. T., Klimeš P., Barrios H., Brown J. W., Bunyavejchewin S., Butcher B., Cognato A., Davies S., Kaman O., Knížek M., Miller Scott E., Morse G. E., Novotný V., Pongpattananurak N., Pramual P., Quicke D., Robbins R. K., Sakchoowong W., Schutze M., Vesterinen E. J., Wang W., Wang Y., Weiblen G., Wright J. S. (2018) A cross-continental comparison of assemblages of seed- and fruit-feeding insects in tropical rain forests: Faunal composition and rates of attack. Journal of Biogeography 45 : 1395-1407.
DOI: 10.1111/jbi.13211
Darwell C., Segar S. T., Cook J. (2018) Conserved community structure and simultaneous divergence events in the fig wasps associated with Ficus benjamina in Australia and China. BMC Ecology 18 : article number 13.
DOI: 10.1186/s12898-018-0167-y
Segar S. T., Mardiastuti A., Wheeler P.M., Cook J. (2018) Detecting the elusive cost of parasites on fig seed production. Acta Oecologica 90 : 69-74.
DOI: 10.1016/j.actao.2018.03.002
Volf M., Segar S. T., Miller S. E., Isua B., Sisol M., Aubona G., Šimek P., Moos M., Laitila J., Kim J., Zima J., Rota J., Weiblen G. D., Wossa S., Salminen J.-P., Basset Y. F., Novotný V. (2018) Community structure of insect herbivores is driven by conservatism, escalation and divergence of defensive traits in Ficus. Ecology Letters 21 : 83-92.
DOI: 10.1111/ele.12875
Basset Y. F., Lamarre G., Ratz T., Segar S. T., Decaëns T., Rougerie R., Miller S. E., Perez F., Bobadilla R., Lopez Y., Ramirez J., Aiello A., Barrios H. (2017) The Saturniidae of Barro Colorado Islands, Panama: A model taxon for studying the long-term effects of climate change? Ecology and Evolution 7 : 9991-10004.
DOI: 10.1002/ece3.3515
Jorge L.R., Novotný V., Segar S. T., Weiblen G. D., Miller S., Basset Y. F., Lewinsohn T. (2017) Phylogenetic trophic specialization: a robust comparison of herbivorous guilds. Oecologia 185 : 551-559.
DOI: 10.1007/s00442-017-3980-7
Segar S. T., Volf M., Isua B., Sisol M., Redmond C. M., Rosati M., Gewa B., Molem K., Dahl C. N., Holloway J., Basset Y. F., Miller S., Weiblen G., Salminen J.-P., Novotný V. (2017) Variably hungry caterpillars: predictive models and foliar chemistry suggest how to eat a rainforest Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284 : article number 20171803.
DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2017.1803
Segar S. T., Volf M., Zima J., Isua B., Sisol M., Sam L., Sam K., Vilarós Souto D., Novotný V. (2017) Speciation in a keystone plant genus is driven by elevation: a case study in New Guinean Ficus. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30 : 512-523.
DOI: 10.1111/jeb.13020
Sládeček F., Segar S. T., Lee C., Wall R., Konvička M. (2017) Temporal segregation between dung-inhabiting beetle and fly species. PLoS ONE 12 : e0170426.
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0170426
Szefer P., Carmona C., Chmel K., Konečná M., Libra M., Molem K., Novotný V., Segar S. T., Švamberková E., Topliceanu T., Lepš J. (2017) Determinants of litter decomposition rates in a tropical forest: functional traits, phylogeny and ecological succession. Oikos 126 : 1101-1111.
DOI: 10.1111/oik.03670
Basset Y. F., Segar S. T., Barrios H. (2015) Host use and vertical stratification of treehoppers (Hemiptera: Membracoidea) and weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionoidea) in a wet tropical forest. In prep.
Fayle T. M., Scholtz O., Dumbrell A., Russell S., Segar S. T., Eggleton P. (2015) Detection of mitochondrial COII DNA sequences in ant guts as a method for assessing termite predation by ants. PLoS ONE 10 : e0122533.
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0122533
Powling A., Phillips A., Pritchett R., Segar S. T., Wheeler R., Mardiastuti A. (2015) The vegetation of Lambusango forrest, Buton, Indonesia. Reinwardtia 14 : 265-286.
Segar S. T., Wheeler P., Cook J. (2015) Detecting the elusive cost of parasites on fig seed production. In prep.
Wang R., Segar S. T., Harper M., Yu H., Quinnell R., Compton S. (2015) Between-species facilitation by male fig wasps un shared figs. Ecological Entomology 40 : 428-436.
DOI: 10.1111/een.12201
Segar S. T., Dunn D., Darwell C., Cook J. (2014) How to be a fig wasp down under: The diversity and structure of an Australian fig wasp community. Acta Oecologica 57 : 17-27.
DOI: 10.1016/j.actao.2013.03.014
Segar S. T., Pereira R., Compton G., Cook J. (2013) Convergent structure of multitrophic communities over three continents. Ecology Letters 16 : 1436-1445.
DOI: 10.1111/ele.12183
Segar S. T., Cook J. (2012) The dominant exploiters of the fig/pollinator mutualism vary across continents, but their costs fall consistently on the male reproductive function of figs. Ecological Entomology 37 : 342-349.
Segar S. T., Lopez-Vaamonde C., Rasplus J., Cook J. (2012) The global phylogeny of the subfamily Sycoryctinae (Pteromalidae): parasites of an obligate mutualism. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 65 : 116-125.
Cook J., Segar S. T. (2010) Speciation in fig wasps. Ecological Entomology 35 : 54-66.

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