Do you like frogs? Do you like phylogenomics? Well, we have the paper for you! Introducing FrogCap.

Hutter, C. R., Cobb, K. A., Portik, D. M., Travers, S. L., Wood, Jr., P. L., and Brown, R. M. FrogCap: A modular sequence capture probe-set for phylogenomics and population genetics for all frogs, assessed across multiple phylogenetic scales. Molecular Ecology Resources, https://doi.org/10.1111/1755-0998.13517.

Figure 1 from Hutter et al. 2021.

Taxonomic reassessment and phylogenetic placement of Cyrtodactylus phuketensis (Reptilia, Gekkonidae) based on morphological and molecular evidence.

Termprayoon, K., Rujirawan, A., Grimser, L. L., Wood, Jr., P. L., and Aowphol, A. (2021). Taxonomic reassessment and phylogenetic placement of Cyrtodactylus phuketensis (reptilia, gekkonidae) based on morphological and molecular evidence. ZooKeys, 1040:91–121. https://doi.org/10.3897/zoo keys.1040.65750.

Modified image from Termprayoon et al. 2021.

Karstic Landscapes are Foci for Species Diversity in Bent-toed Geckos (Cyrtodactylus).

Grismer, L. L., Wood, Jr., P. L., Poyarkov, N. A., Le, M. D., Karunarathna, S., Chomdej, S., Suwannapoom, C., Qi, S., Liu, S., Che, J., Quah, E. S. H., Kraus, F., Oliver, P. M., Riyanto, A., Pauwels, O. S. G., and Grismer, J. L. (2021). Karstic Landscapes Are Foci of Species Diversity in the World’s Third-Largest Vertebrate Genus Cyrtodactylus Gray, 1827 (Reptilia: Squamata; Gekkonidae). Diversity, 13(5):183. https://doi.org/10.3390/d13050183. We got the cover! Open access!

Phylogenetic partitioning of the third-largest vertebrate genus in the world, Cyrtodactylus.

Grismer, L. L., Wood, Jr., P. L., Poyarkov, N. A., Le, M. D., Kraus, F., Agarwal, I., Oliver, P. M., Nguyen, S. N., Nguyen, T. Q., Karunarathna, S., Welton, L. J., Stuart, B. L., Luu, V. Q., Bauer, A. M., O’Connell, K. A., Quah, E. S. H., Chan, K. O., Ziegler, T., Ngo, H., Nazarov, R. A., Aowphol, A., Chomdej, S., Suwannapoom, C., Siler, C. D., Anuar, S., Tri, N. V., and Grismer, J. L. (2021). Phylogenetic partitioning of the third-largest vertebrate genus in the world, Cyrtodactylus Gray, 1827 (Reptilia; Squamata; Gekkonidae) and its relevance to taxonomy and conservation. Vertebrate Zoology, 71:101–154. https://doi.org/10.3897/vertebrate-zoology.71.e59307

Figure 2 from Grismer et al. 2021

Should you use bootstrap values as measures for branch support in phylogenomic datasets?

Chan, K. O., Hutter, C. R., Wood, Jr., P. L., Grimser, L. L., and Brown, R. M. (2020). Target-capture phylogenomics provide insights on gene and species tree discordances in old world treefrogs (Anura: Rhacophoridae). Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 287(1940):20202102. http:/doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2020.2102.

Figure 1 from Chan et al. 2020

Massive speciation events in New Caledonian Lizards.

Sadlier, R. A., Bauer, A. M., Wood, Jr., P. L., and Jackman, T. R. (2020). Massive speciation events in New Caledonian Lizards: Diversification in the Genus Marmorosphax (Scincidae) Tracks Isolation on the Island’s Ultramafic Surfaces. Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 66(16):353–379.

Figure 5 from Sadlier et al. 2020. Phylogenetic relationships of species and populations of Marmorosphax.