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PALMIERI L; Ellison S; Senalik D; Simon P & Brunet J. 2019. Genetic markers to detect introgression of cultivar genes into wild carrot populations. ISHS Acta Horticuturae 1264: II International Symposium on Carrot and Other Apiaceae. DOI

PALMIERI L & Pereira RAS. 2018. The role of non-fig-wasp insects on fig tree biology, with a proposal of the F phase (Fallen figs). Acta Oecologica, v.90, p. 132-139. DOI

PALMIERI L. 2017. Systematics and biogeography of weevils (Curculionoidea: Coleoptera) associated with figs (Ficus; Moraceae). Doctoral Dissertation. University of São Paulo. Link

PALMIERI L; Farache FHA; Pereira RAS & Hansson C. 2013. New records of Paracrias Ashmead (Hymenoptera, Eulophidae) as parasitoids on weevil larvae (Coleoptera, Curculionidae) in Brazil, with the description of a new species. Iheringia. Série Zoologica, v.103, p.313-317. DOI

In preparation

PALMIERI L ; Chamorro L & Sharma P. Phylogenetic assessment of the Metamasius hemipterus species complex (Coleoptera, Curculionidae, Dryophthorinae). (under review on Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution - 03/22).

Boscolo, D. et al. Atlantic Flower-Invertebrate Interactions: a dataset of occurrence and frequency of floral visits. (under review on Ecology - 03/22).

PALMIERI L & Sharma P. The biogeographic history of the Assamiidae of southeast Asia: too old for the ferry.

PALMIERI L ; Pavarini R & Sharma P. Complete genome assemble of Metamasius hemipterus endosymbiont Nardonella.

Hernandez F; PALMIERI L & Brunet J. Population structure of wild carrots (Daucus carota var. sativa) in North America. 

PALMIERI L; Cruaud A; Pereira RAS & Rasplus J-Y. Historical biogeography of Curculionini: a tale of host shift.

PALMIERI L; Cruaud A; Rasplus J-Y & Pereira RAS. Taxonomic review, systematics, and historical biogeography of Ceratopus: the Neotropical Fig-weevil.    

PALMIERI L; Cruaud A; Pereira RAS & Rasplus J-Y. A time-calibrated phylogenetic approach to assess the colonization history of fig trees by weevils.