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Perkins Lab Publications

Perkins, S. L.  2014.  Malaria's many mates: past, present, and future of the systematics of the order Haemosporida.  Journal of Parasitology 100:11-25.

Cottontail VM*, Kalko EKV, Cottontail I, Wellinghausen N, Tschapka M, Perkins SL, Pinto CM*.  2014.  High local diversity of Trypanosoma in a common bat species, and implications for the biogeography and taxonomy of the T. cruzi clade. PLoS ONE 9(9): e108603. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0108603 *Authors contributed equally.

Schaer, J.*, S. L. Perkins*, J. Decher, F. Leendertz, J. Fahr, N. Weber, and K. Matuschewski.  2013.  High diversity of West Africa bat malaria parasites and a tight link with rodent Plasmodium taxa.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA. 110:17415-17419 (*co-first-authors)

Pineda-Catalan, O.*, S. L. Perkins*, M. A. Peirce, R. Engstrand, C. Garcia-Davila, M. Pinedo-Vasquez, and A. A. Aguirre.  2013.  Revision of hemoproteid genera and description and redescription of two species of chelonian hemoproteid parasites.  Journal of Parasitology 99: 1089-1098. (*co-first-authors)

Martinsen, E. S., and S. L. Perkins.  2013.  The diversity of Plasmodium and other haemosporidians: the intersection of taxonomy, phylogenetics, and genomics.  In: Carlton, J. M., Deitsch, K., and Perkins, S. L. (Eds.), Comparative Genomics of Malaria Parasites.  Horizon Press.

Falk, B. G., and S. L. Perkins.  2013.  Host specificity shapes population structure of pinworm parasites in Caribbean reptiles.  Molecular Ecology 22:4576-4590.

Pinto, M., K. M. Helgen, R. C. Fleischer, and S. L. Perkins.  2013.  Hepatozoon parasites (Apicomplexa: Adeleorina) in bats.  Journal of Parasitology 99:722-724.

Olival, K. J., C. W. Dick, N. B. Simmons, J. C. Morales, D. J. Melnick, K. Dittmar, S. L. Perkins, P. Daszak, and R. Desalle.  2013.  Lack of population genetic structure and host specificity in the bat fly, Cyclopodia horsfieldi, across species of Pteropus bats in Southeast Asia.  Parasites and Vectors. 6:231.

Perkins, S. L., E. S. Martinsen, and B. G. Falk.  2011. Do molecules matter more than morphology? Promises and pitfalls in parasites.  Parasitology 138:1664-1674.

Falk, B. G., S. L. Perkins, and D. L. Mahler.  2011. Tree-based delimitation of morphologically ambiguous taxa: a survey of the malaria parasites of Hispaniola.  International Journal for Parasitology. 41:967-980.

Valkiunas, G., Ashford, R. W., Bensch, S., Killick-Kendrick, R. and S. Perkins.  2011.  A cautionary note concerning Plasmodium in apes.  Trends in Parasitology. 27:231-232.

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