• The Arthropod Fauna of Oak (Quercus spp., Fagaceae) Canopies in Norway 

      Thunes, Karl H; Søli, Geir Einar Ellefsen; Thuroczy, Csaba; Fjellberg, Arne; Olberg, Stefan; Roth, Steffen; Coulianos, Carl-Cedric; Disney, R. Henry L.; Stary, Josef; Vierbergen, G; Jonassen, Terje; Anonby, Johannes; Köhler, Arne; Menzel, Frank; Szadziewski, Ryszard; Stur, Elisabeth; Adaschkiewitz, Wolfgang; Olsen, Kjell Magne; Kvamme, Torstein; Endrestøl, Anders; Podenas, Sigitas; Kobro, Sverre; Hansen, Lars Ove; Kvifte, Gunnar Mikalsen; Haenni, Jean-Paul; Boumans, Louis (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      (1) We document the invertebrate fauna collected from 24 oak canopies in east and west Norway as a contribution to the Norwegian Biodiversity Information Centre’s ‘The Norwegian Taxonomy Initiative’. (2) A snap-shot inventory ...
    • Back from the Past: DNA Barcodes and Morphology Support Ablabesmyia americana Fittkau as a Valid Species (Diptera: Chironomidae) 

      Stur, Elisabeth; da Silva, Fabio Laurindo; Ekrem, Torbjørn (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Abstract: Short, standardized gene fragments for species identification (DNA barcodes) have proven effective in delineating closely-related insect species, and can be critical characters to include in taxonomic studies. ...
    • The Future of DNA Barcoding: Reflections from Early Career Researchers 

      Grant, Danielle M.; Brodnicke, Ole Bjørn; Evankow, Ann; Ferreira, André O.; Fontes, João T.; Hansen, Aslak Kappel; Jensen, Mads Reinholdt; Kalaycı, Tuğba Ergül; Leeper, Alexandra Eve Joyce; Patil, Shalaka Kiran; Prati, Sebastian; Reunamo, Anna; Roberts, Aradhana J; Shigdel, Rajesh; Tyukosova, Valentina; Bendiksby, Mika; Blaalid, Rakel; Costa, Filipe O.; Hollingsworth, Peter M.; Stur, Elisabeth; Ekrem, Torbjørn (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2021)
      Over the last two decades, the use of DNA barcodes has transformed our ability to identify and assess life on our planet. Both strengths and weaknesses of the method have been exemplified through thousands of peer-reviewed ...