[26] Morlon H, Rolland J*, Condamine F.* (2020) Response to Technical Comment ‘A cautionary note for users of linear diversification dependencies’.Ecology Letters.(in press) (*co-last authors)

[25] Rolland J, Schluter D, Romiguier J. Vulnerability correlates with life history traits and the load of deleterious mutations in fish. Molecular Biology and Evolution (in press).

[24] Roesti M, Anstett D, Freeman B, Lee-Yaw J, Schluter D, Chavarie L, Rolland J, Holzman R. (2020) Pelagic fish predation is stronger at temperate latitudes than near the equator. Nature Communications (in press).

[23] Loiseau O, Weigand A, Noben S, Rolland J, Silvestro D, Kessler M, Lehnert M, Salamin N. (2020) Slowly but surely: gradual diversification and phenotypic evolution in the hyper-diverse tree fern family Cyatheaceae. Annals of Botany (in press)[pdf].

[22] Donati G, Parravicini V, Leprieur F, Hagen O, Gaboriau T, Heine C, Kulbicki M, Rolland J, Salamin N, Albouy C, Pellissier L. (2019) A process-based model supports an association between dispersal and the prevalence of species traits in tropical reef fish assemblages. Ecography [pdf].

[21] Condamine FL*, Rolland J*,Morlon H. (2019) Assessing the causes of diversification slowdowns: temperature-dependent and diversity-dependent models receive equivalent support. Ecology Letters (in press) (*co-first authors)[pdf].

[20] Loiseau O, Olivares I, Paris M, de la Harpe M, Weigand A, Koubinova D, Rolland J, Bacon CD, Balslev H, Borchsenius F, Cano A, Couvreur TLP, Delnatte C, Fardin F, Gayot M, Mejía F, Mota-Machado T, Perret M, Roncal J, Sanin MJ, Stauffer F, Lexer C, Kessler M, Salamin N. (2019) Targeted capture of hundreds of nuclear genes unravels phylogenetic relationships of the diverse Neotropical palm tribe Geonomateae. Frontiers in Plant Science, 10:864.[pdf].

[19] Rolland J*, Condamine F.* (2019) The contribution of temperature and continental fragmentation to amphibian diversification. Journal of Biogeography 46: 1857-1873.. [pdf].

[18] Silvestro D, Tejedor MF, Serrano-Serrano ML, Loiseau O, Rossier V, Rolland J, Zizka A, Hohna S, Antonelli A, Salamin N. (2019) Early arrival and climatically-linked geographic expansion of New World monkeys from tiny African ancestors. Systematic Biology 68:78-92.[pdf].

[17] Romiguier J, Rolland J, Morandin C, Keller L (2018) Phylogenomics of Formica species suggests a single origin of temporary parasitism and gives insights to the evolutionary pathway toward slave-making behaviour. BMC evolutionary biology 18:40 [pdf].

[16] Condamine FL, Rolland J, Hohna S, Sperling FAH, Sanmartin I (2018) Testing the role of the Red Queen and Court Jester as drivers of the macroevolution of Apollo butterflies. Systematic Biology, 67:940-964 [pdf].

[15] Rolland J, Silvestro D, Litsios G, Faye L, Salamin N (2018) Clownfishes evolution below and above the species level. Proceedings of the royal society B 285: 20171796 [pdf].

[14] Rolland J, Silvestro D, Schluter D, Guisan A, Broennimann O & Salamin N (2018) The impact of endothermy on the climatic niche evolution and the distribution of vertebrate diversity. Nature Ecology and Evolution, 2, 459–464 [pdf]

[13] de la Harpe M, Paris M, Rolland J, Kessler M, Salamin N. & Lexer C (2017) Molecular ecology studies of species radiations: current research gaps, opportunities, and challenges. Molecular Ecology. 26:2608-2622 [pdf]

[12] Serrano-Serrano ML, Rolland J, Clark JL, Salamin N, Perret M (2017) Hummingbird pollination shaped the diversification of Gesneriaceae in the Neotropics. Proceedings of the Royal Society London B. 284: 20162816.[pdf][Nature highlights]

[11] Robert A, Fontaine C, Veron S, Monnet A-C, Legrand M, Clavel J, Chantepie S, Couvet D, Ducarme F, Fontaine B, Jiguet F, le Viol I, Rolland J, Sarrazin F, Teplitsky C, Mouchet M (2017) Fixism and conservation science. Conservation Biology. 31: 781-788.[pdf]

[10] Rolland J, Salamin N (2016) Niche width impacts vertebrate diversification. Global Ecology and Biogeography. (online).doi: 10.1111/geb.12482 [pdf]

[9] Rolland J, Loiseau O, Romiguier J, Salamin N (2016) Molecular evolutionary rates are not correlated with temperature and latitude in Squamata: an exception to the metabolic theory of ecology? BMC evolutionary biology. 16:95. doi: 10.1186/s12862-016-0666-4 [pdf]

[8] Rolland J, Condamine FL, Beeravolu CR, Jiguet F, Morlon H (2015) Dispersal into the tropics is a major driver of the latitudinal diversity gradient of Carnivora. Global Ecology and Biogeography. 24, 1059–1071. doi:10.1111/geb.12354 [pdf]

[7] Rolland J, Lavergne S, Manel S (2015) Combining niche modeling and landscape genetics to study local adaptation: A new approach illustrated using alpine plants. Plant Perpectives Ecology Evolution and Systematics.17, 491-499.doi:10.1016/j.ppees.2015.07.005. [pdf]

[6] Rolland J, Jiguet F, Jønsson KA, Condamine FL, and Morlon H (2014) Settling down of seasonal migrants promotes bird diversification. Proc. R. Soc. B.. 281, 20140473. doi:10.1098/rspb.2014.0473 [pdf] [press release 1] [press release 2]f1000 petit

[5] Rolland J, Condamine F L, Jiguet F and Morlon H (2014) Faster speciation and reduced extinction in the tropics contribute to the mammalian latitudinal diversity gradient. PLoS Biology. 12(1): e1001775. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1001775 [pdf] [press release 1] [press release 2] [press release 3]

[4] Joost S, Vuilleumier S, Jensen JD, Schoville S, Leempoel K, Stucki S, Widmer I, Melodelima C, Rolland J, and Manel S (2013) Uncovering the genetic basis of adaptive change: on the intersection of landscape genomics and theoretical population genetics. Molecular Ecology. 22, 3659–3665 [pdf]

[3] Condamine FL, Rolland J, Morlon H, (2013) Macroevolutionary perspectives to environmental change. Ecology Letters. doi:10.1111/ele.12062 [pdf]

[2] Rolland J, Cadotte MW, Davies J, Devictor V, Lavergne S, Mouquet N, Pavoine S, Rodrigues A, Thuiller W, Turcati L, Winter M, Zupan L, Jabot F, Morlon H (2012) Using phylogenies in conservation: new perspectives. Biology Letters. 8, 5, 692-694 doi:10.1098/rsbl.2011.1024 [pdf]

[1] Rolland J, Basille M, Marboutin E, Gaillard JM (2011) Comparing profile methods and site-occupancy modelling for the study of occurrence of an elusive species. European Journal of Wildlife Research. 57, 5, 1115-1118. [pdf]

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Referring activity for international scientific journals: Ecology letters, Systematic Biology, Proceedings of the Royal Society B, Ecography, Global Ecology and Biogeography, BMC evolutionary biology, Evolution, Journal of Biogeography, Biology letters.