Selected publications:

Kotlík P., Marková S., Horníková M., Escalante M.A., Searle J.B. 2022 The bank vole (Clethrionomys glareolus) as a model system for adaptive phylogeography in the European theater. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 10, 866605

Kotlík, P., Deffontaine, V., Mascheretti, S., Zima, J., Michaux, J.R., Searle, J.B. 2006 A northern glacial refugium for bank voles (Clethrionomys glareolus). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS) 103, 14860-14864.

Kotlík, P., Marková, S., Vojtek, L., Stratil, A., Šlechta, V., Hyršl, P., Searle, J.B. 2014 Adaptive phylogeography: functional divergence between haemoglobins derived from different glacial refugia in the bank vole. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281, 20140021.

Escalante, M.A., Marková, S., Searle, J.B., Kotlík, P. 2022 Genic distribution modelling predicts adaptation of the bank vole to climate change. Communications Biology (Nature) 5, 981.

Marková, S., Horníková, M., Lanier, H.C., Henttonen, H., Searle, J.B., Weider, L.J., Kotlík, P. 2020 High genomic diversity in the bank vole at the northern apex of a range expansion: The role of multiple colonizations and end‐glacial refugia. Molecular Ecology 29, 1730-1744.

Marková, S., Dufresne, F., Manca, M., Kotlík, P. 2013 Mitochondrial capture misleads about the ecological speciation in the Daphnia pulex complex. PLOS ONE 8, e69497.

Kotlík, P., Berrebi, P. 2001 Phylogeography of the barbel (Barbus barbus) assessed by mitochondrial DNA variation. Molecular Ecology 10, 2177-2185.

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