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Marx, Hannah E. , Melissa Richards, and David C. Tank. 2016. Evolutionary relationships illuminate alpine floristic diversity patterns in a remote North American wilderness. In Revision.

Marx, Hannah E., Cédric Dentant, Julien Renaud, Romain Delunel, David C. Tank, and Sébastien Lavergne. 2017. Riders in the sky (islands): using a mega-phylogenetic approach to understand plant species distribution and coexistence at the altitudinal limits of angiosperm plant life. Journal of Biogeography. DOI: 10.1111/jbi.13073 GitHub Dryad Data

Yang, Ya, Michael J. Moore, Samuel F. Brockington, Alfonso Timoneda-Monfort, Tao Feng, Hannah E. Marx, Joseph F. Walker, and Stephen A. Smith. 2017. An efficient field and laboratory workflow for plant phylotranscriptomic projects. Applications in Plant Sciences . DOI: 10.3732/apps.1600128

Marx, Hannah E., David E. Giblin, Peter W. Dunwiddie, David C. Tank. 2016. Deconstructing Darwin’s Naturalization Hypothesis in the San Juan Islands using community phylogenetics and functional traits. Diversity and Distributions. 22: 318–331. DOI: 10.1111/ddi.12401. pdf GitHub Dryad Data

Goldberg, Caren S., David C. Tank, Simon Uribe-Convers, William R. Bosworth, Hannah E. Marx, and Lisette P Waits. Species designation of the Bruneau Dune tiger beetle (Cicindela waynei) is supported by phylogenetic analysis of mitochondrial DNA sequence data. Conservation Genetics. Conservation Genetics. 13: 373–380. pdf

Marx, Hannah E., Nataly O'Leary, Yao-Wu Yuan, Patricia Lu-Irving, David C. Tank, Maria E. Múlgura, and Richard G. Olmstead. 2010. A molecular phylogeny and classification of Verbenaceae. American Journal of Botany. 97(10): 1647-1663. pdf

Yao-Wu Yuan, Chang Liu, Hannah E. Marx and Richard G. Olmstead. 2010. An empirical demonstration of using PPR (pentatricopeptide repeat) genes as phylogenetic tools: phylogeny of Verbenaceae and the Verbena complex. Molecular Phylogentics and Evolution. 54: 23-35.pdf

Yao-Wu Yuan, Chang Liu, Hannah E. Marx and Richard G. Olmstead. 2009. The PPR (pentatricopeptide repeat) gene family, a tremendous resource for plant phylogenetic studies. New Phytologist. 182: 272-283. pdf