|Odonata (dragonflies and damselflies) as a bridge between ecology and evolutionary genomics|
S Bybee, A Córdoba-Aguilar, MC Duryea, R Futahashi, B Hansson, ...
Frontiers in zoology 13 (1), 1-20, 2016
|Neutral and adaptive genomic signatures of rapid poleward range expansion|
J Swaegers, J Mergeay, A Van Geystelen, L Therry, MHD Larmuseau, ...
Molecular Ecology 24 (24), 6163-6176, 2015
|Rapid range expansion increases genetic differentiation while causing limited reduction in genetic diversity in a damselfly|
J Swaegers, J Mergeay, L Therry, MHD Larmuseau, D Bonte, R Stoks
Heredity 111 (5), 422-429, 2013
|Spiders do not escape reproductive manipulations by Wolbachia|
B Vanthournout, J Swaegers, F Hendrickx
BMC Evolutionary Biology 11 (1), 1-9, 2011
|Ecological and evolutionary drivers of range size in Coenagrion damselflies|
J Swaegers, SB Janssens, S Ferreira, PC Watts, J Mergeay, MA McPeek, ...
Journal of evolutionary biology 27 (11), 2386-2395, 2014
|Unravelling the effects of contemporary and historical range expansion on the distribution of genetic diversity in the damselfly Coenagrion scitulum|
J Swaegers, J Mergeay, L Therry, D Bonte, MHD Larmuseau, R Stoks
Journal of evolutionary biology 27 (4), 748-759, 2014
|Genome assembly, sex-biased gene expression and dosage compensation in the damselfly Ischnura elegans|
P Chauhan, J Swaegers, RA Sánchez-Guillén, EI Svensson, ...
Genomics 113 (4), 1828-1837, 2021
|Selection on escape performance during ecological speciation driven by predation|
J Swaegers, F Strobbe, MA McPeek, R Stoks
Animal behaviour 124, 153-159, 2017
|Genetic compensation rather than genetic assimilation drives the evolution of plasticity in response to mild warming across latitudes in a damselfly|
J Swaegers, KI Spanier, R Stoks
Molecular Ecology 29 (24), 4823-4834, 2020
|Reduced stress defence responses contribute to the higher toxicity of a pesticide under warming|
V Delnat, J Swaegers, J Asselman, R Stoks
Molecular Ecology 29 (23), 4735-4748, 2020
|Microsatellite marker development and putative SNP detection for a northward expanding damselfly species using next generation sequencing|
J Swaegers, J Mergeay, GE Maes, JKJ Van Houdt, MHD Larmuseau, ...
Conservation Genetics Resources 4, 1079-1084, 2012
|Low larval densities in northern populations reinforce range expansion by a Mediterranean damselfly|
L Therry, J Swaegers, K Van Dinh, D Bonte, R Stoks
Freshwater Biology 61 (9), 1430-1441, 2016
|Convergence of life history and physiology during range expansion toward the phenotype of the native sister species|
J Swaegers, RA Sánchez-Guillén, JA Carbonell, R Stoks
Science of the Total Environment 816, 151530, 2022
|The importance of eco-evolutionary dynamics for predicting and managing insect range shifts|
M Wellenreuther, RY Dudaniec, A Neu, JP Lessard, J Bridle, JA Carbonell, ...
Current Opinion in Insect Science, 100939, 2022
|Variable genomic patterns of hybridization in an expanding hybrid zone of damselflies|
RA Sánchez-Guillén, LR Arce-Valdés, J Swaegers, P Chauhan, ...
prensa: Authorea 3, 2022
|Adaptive and Maladaptive Consequences of Larval Stressors for Metamorphic and Postmetamorphic Traits and Fitness|
R Stoks, L Janssens, V Delnat, J Swaegers, N Tüzün, J Verheyen
Development Strategies and Biodiversity: Darwinian Fitness and Evolution in …, 2022
|Genetic signature of the colonisation dynamics along a coastal expansion front in the damselfly Coenagrion scitulum|
J Swaegers, J Mergeay, A ST‐MARTIN, G De Knijf, MHD Larmuseau, ...
Ecological Entomology 40 (4), 353-361, 2015
|Restricted X chromosome introgression and support for Haldane's rule in hybridizing damselflies|
J Swaegers, RA Sánchez-Guillén, P Chauhan, M Wellenreuther, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1979), 20220968, 2022
|Gene expression studies of plastic and evolutionary responses to global warming|
J Swaegers, EL Koch
Current Opinion in Insect Science, 100918, 2022
|Species' ranges and the genetics and genomics of recent range expansion in Coenagrion damselflies|