Publications – 2022

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001.UHROVÁ M., MIKULA O., BENNETT N.C., VAN DAELE P., PIÁLEK L., BRYJA J., VISSER J.H., VAN VUUREN B.J., ŠUMBERA R. 2022. Species limits and phylogeographic structure in two genera of solitary African mole-rats Georychus and Heliophobius.Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution volume 167: 107337    issn 1055-7903
002.NDABA J., GILBERT B.M. AVENANT-OLDEWAGE A. 2022. Metallothionein expression in a parasitic crustacean, Lamproglena clariae (Crustacea: Copepoda), on Clarias gariepinus (Teleostei: Clariidae) corresponds to water quality. Journal of Parasitology volume 108(1): 10-21.
003.VALIENTE N., JIRSA F., GOMEZ-ALDAY J.J. 2022. Saline lakes as barriers against pollution: a multidisciplinary overview. Limnetica volume 41(2): 281-303 DOI:10.23818/limn.41.17
004.HOLMAN LE., CHNG Y., RIUS M. 2022. How does eDNA decay affect metabarcoding experiments? Environmental DNA volume 4(1): 108-116    ISSN:2637-4943
005.WINDISCH J., PLESSL C., CHRISTIAN C., ZECHMEISTER T., JIRSA F. 2021. Unexpected pathways of mercury in an alkaline, biologically productive, saline lake: A mesocosm approach. Journal of hazardous materials volume 427:128163
006.VAN DYK J.C., NYONI H., BARNHOORN I.E.J. 2022. Hepatic nodular alterations in wild fish from a hyper-eutrophic freshwater system with cyanobacterial blooms: a species and seasonal comparison. Environmental Science and Pollution Research  volume 29: 15729-15742.
007.SCHOLZ A.H., FREITAG J., LYAL C.H.C., SARA R., CEPEDA M.L., CANCIO I., SETT S., HUFTON A.L., ABEBAW Y., BANSAL K., BENBOUZA H., BOGA H.I., BRISSE S., BRUFORD M.W., CLISSOLD H., COCHRANE G., CODDINGTON J.A., DELETOILLE A-C., GARCIA-CARDONA F., HAMER M., HUTADO-ORTIZ R., MIANO D.W., ROHDEN F., SEBERG O., SEGELBACHER G., SHOUCHE Y., SIERRA A., KARSCH-MIZRACHI I.,DA SILVA J., HAUTEA D.M., DA SILVA M., SUZUKI M., TESFAYE K., TIAMBO C.K., TOLLEY K.A.,  VARSHNEY R., ZAMBRANO M.M., OVERMANN J. 2022.  Multilateral benefit-sharing from digital sequence information will support both science and biodiversity conservation. Nature Communication volume 13(1086)
008.KOWLASER S., BARNHOORN I., WAGENAAR I. 2022. Development abnormalities and growth patterns in juvenile Oreochromis mossambicus chronically exposed to efavirenz. Emerging Contaminants volume 8: 83-89
009.WEISS S-E., EMAMI-KHOYI A., KAISER H., COWLEY PD., JAMES NC., VAN VUUREN BJ., WHITFIELD AK., TESKE PR. 2022. The last two remaining populations of the critically endangered estuarine pipefish are inbred and not genetically Distinct. Frontiers in Marine Science. volume 8:756595. https://doi: 10.3389/fmars.2021.756595
010.MAIRAL M., CHOWN SL., SHAW J., CHALA D., CHAU JH., HUI C., KALWIJ JM., MUNZBERGOVA Z., VAN VUUREN BJ., LE ROUX JJ. 2022. Human activity strongly influences genetic dynamics of the most widespread invasive plant in the sub-Antarctic. Molecular Ecology. volume 31:1649–1665 https://doi: 10.1111/mec.16045
011.EPELE L.B., GRECH M.G., WILLIAMS-SUBIZA E.A., STENERT C., MCLEAN K., GREIG H.S., MALTCHIK L., PIRES M.M., BIRD M.S., BOISSEZON A., BOIX D., DEMIERRE E., GARCIA P.E., GASCON S., JEFFRIES M., KNEITEL J.M., LOSKUTOVA O., MANZO L.M., MATALONI G., MLAMBO M.C., OERTLI B., SALA J., SCHEIBLER E.E., WU H., WISSINGER S.A., BATZER D.P. 2022. Perils of life on the edge: Climatic threats to global diversity patterns of wetland macroinvertebrates. Science of Total Environment volume 820:153052
012.LOBON-ROVIRA J., VAZ PINTO P., BECKER F.S., TOLLEY K.A., MEASEY J., BENNET B., BOON B., DE SA S., CONRADIE W. 2022. An updated herpetofaunal species inventory of Iona National Park in southwestern Angola. Check List volume 18 (2): 289–321
013.TOLLEY K.A., TILBURY C.R., BURGER M. 2022. Convergence and vicariance: speciation of chameleons in the Cape Fold Mountains, South Africa, and the description of three new species of Bradypodion Fitzinger, 1843. African Journal of Herpetology volume 71(1): 14-38 DOI: 10.1080/21564574.2021.1998236
014.MAINA J.N. 2022. Perspectives on the Structure and Function of the Avian Respiratory System: Functional Efficiency Built on Structural Complexity. Frontiers in Animal Science volume 3:851574 doi: 10.3389/fanim.2022.85157
015.MAINA J.N. 2022. Immunohistochemical and ultrastructural study of the immune cell system and epithelial surfaces of the respiratory organs in the bimodally breathing African sharptooth catfish (Clarias gariepinus Burchell, 1822). The Anatomical Record volume  1-18
016.BILTON D. 2022. A new species of Protozantaena Perkins, 1997 from the Great Escarpment of South Africa (Coleoptera, Hydraenidae). Zootaxa volume 5125(1):92-96
017.BILTON D., MLAMBO M.C. 2022. A new Copelatus with small eyes from the Eastern Cape Wild Coast, South Africa (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae). Acta Entomologica volume 6(1): 15-21 doi:10.37520/aemnp.2022.002
018.KLAIC M., JIRSA F. 2022. 17a-Ethinylestradiol (EE2): concentrations in the environment and methods for wastewater treatment – an update. RSC Advances volume 12:12794-12805 DOI: 10.1039/d2ra00915c
019.TOLLEY K.A., TILBURY C.R., DA SILVA J., BROWN G., CHAPETA Y., ANDERSON C.V. 2022. Clinging to survival: critically endangered Chapman’s pygmy chameleon Rhampholeon chapmanorum persists in shrinking forest patches. Oryx volume 56(3):451-456  doi:10.1017/S0030605320000952
020.ROCHA J.L., PINTO P.V., SIEGISMUNG H.R., MEYER M., VAN VUUREN BJ., VERISSIMO L., FERRAND N., GODINHO R. 2022. African climate and geomorphology drive evolution and ghost introgression in sable antelope. Molecular Ecology volume 31:2968–2984 DOI: 10.1111/mec.16427
021.VILLASTRIGO A., BILTON D., ABELLAN P., MILLAN A., RIBERA I., VELASCO J. 2022. Cryptic lineages, cryptic barriers: historical seascapes and oceanic fronts drive genetic diversity in supralittoral rockpool beetles (Coleoptera: Hydraenidae).  Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society volume 1-17
022.ADLASSNIG W., SCHMIDT B., JIRSA F., GRADWOHL A., IVESIC C., KOLLER- PEROUTKA M. 2022. The Arsenic–Antimony Creek at Sauerbrunn/Burgenland, Austria: A Toxic Habitat for Amphibians. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health volume 19:6010
023.NACHEV M., ROZDINA D., MICHLER-KOZMA D.N., RAIKOVA G., SURES B. 2022. Metal accumulation in ecto- and endoparasites from the anadromous fish, the Pontic shad (Alosa immaculata). Parasitology volume 149:496–502
024.VALIENTE N., PANGERL A., GOMEZ-ALDAY J.J., JIRSA F. 2022. Metals in Sediments and Greater Flamingo Tissues from a Protected SalineWetland in Central Spain. Applied Sciences volume 12:5769.
025.RICCARDO M., SANTOS-REIS M.H., AVENANT-OLDEWAGE A. 2022. Additional Information on Dolops intermedia Silva, 1978 (Crustacea: Argulidae) and Its Occurrence on Fishes in Northeastern Brazil. Comparative Parasitology volume 89(1):1-8
026.DOS SANTOS Q., AVENANT-OLDEWAGE A. 2022. Smallmouth yellowfish, Labeobarbus aeneus (Teleostei: Cyprinidae), as a potential new definitive host of the invasive parasite Atractolytocestus huronensis (Cestoda: Caryophyllidea) from common carp: example of recent spillover in South Africa? Aquatic Invasions volume 17(2): 259–276
027.AUSTIN L., DOS SANTOS Q.M., AVENANT-OLDEWAGE A. 2022. Aspects of the pathology induced by Spinitectus pettrae Bookker, 1993 in the stomach of Clarias gariepinus (Burchell, 1822) using light and scanning electron microscopy. Journal of Fish Diseases volume 00:1-9  DOI: 10.1111/jfd.13611
028.MADUENYANE M, DOS SANTOS Q.M, AVENANT-OLDEWAGE A. 2022. First isolation and scanning electron microscopy of haptoral sclerites of Macrogyrodactylus (Monogenea). Journal of Helminthology volume 96(17): 1–9 https://
029.MADUENYANE M, DOS SANTOS Q.M, AVENANT-OLDEWAGE A. 2022. Light and scanning electron microscopy of the effects of Macrogyrodactylus congolensis (Prudhoe, 1957) on the skin of the African sharptooth catfish Clarias gariepinus (Burchell, 1822). Journal of Fish Diseases volume 45:595-602 DOI: 10.1111/jfd.13584
030.DAHMS H.T.J., TWEDDLE G.P., GREENFIELD R .2022. Gastric Microplastics in Clarias gariepinus of the Upper Vaal River, South Africa. Frontiers in Environmental Science volume 10:931073 doi: 10.3389/fenvs.2022.931073
031.TEIXEIRA D., HILL R., BARTH M., MARON M., VAN RENSBURG B.J. 2022. Vocal signals of ontogeny and fledging in nestling black-cockatoos: Implications for monitoring. Bioacoustics volume 31(4):379-396 DOI:10.1080/09524622.2021.1941257
032.TENSEN L., POWER J., CAMACHO G., GODINHO R., VAN VUUREN B.J., FISCHER K. 2022. Molecular tracking and prevalence of the red colour morph restricted to a harvested leopard population in South Africa. Evolutionary Applications volume 00:1–14 DOI: 10.1111/eva.13423
033.PRETORIUS M., AVENANT-OLDEWAGE A. 2022. Parasites as biological indicators: the impact of environmental quality on the infections of Lamproglena clariae (Crustacea) on Clarias gariepinus along the Vaal River, South Africa. Biological Trace Element Research volume 200:2937-2947    Electronic ISSN 1559-0720  Print ISSN  0163-4984
034.MAIN D.C., VAN VUUREN B.J., TILBURY C.R., TOLLEY K.A. 2022. Out of southern Africa: Origins and cryptic speciation in Chamaeleo, the most widespread chameleon genus. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution volume 175:107578
035.RINDORIA N.M., DOS SANTOS Q.M., ALI E.S. IBRAHEEM M.H., AVENANT-OLDEWAGE A. 2022. Lamproglena monodi Capart, 1994 infecting Oreochromis niloticus (Linnaeus, 1758): additional information on infection, morphology and genetic data. African Zoology volume 57 (2): 98 – 110
036.GILBERT B.M., JIRSA F., AVENANT-OLDEWAGE A. 2022. First record trace element accumulation in a freshwater ectoparasite, Paradiplozoon ichthyoxanthon (Monogena; Diplozoidae), infecting the gills of two yellowfish species, Labeobarbus aeneus and Labeobardus kimberleyensis. Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology volume 74:127053
037.JANSEN VAN RENSBURG G., WEPENER V., HORN S., GREENFIELD R. 2022. Oxidative stress in the freshwater shrimp Caridina africana following exposure to atrazine. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology volume 109:443-449 DOI: 10.1007/s00128-022-03526-2
038.HARPER J.R., VAN WILGEN N.J., TURNER A.A., TOLLEY K.A., MARITZ B., CLUSELLA-TRULLAS S., DA SILVA J.M., CUNNINGHAM S.J., CHENEY C., DE VILLIERS A.L., MEASEY J., FODEN W. 2022. Application of a trait-based climate change vulnerabilityassessment to determine management priorities atprotected area scale. Conservation Science and Practice volume 4: e12756 DOI: 10.1111/csp2.12756
039.ALARIA A., CHAU J.H., OLMSTEAD R.G., PERALTA I.E. 2022. Relationships among Calibrachoa, Fabiana and Petunia (Petunieae tribe, Solanaceae) and a new generic placement of Argentinean endemic Petunia patagonica. PhytoKeys volume 194:75-93 doi: 10.3897/phytokeys.194.68404   ISSN 1314-2003 (online) | ISSN 1314-2011 (print)
040.VAN DEVENTER H., LINSTRÖM A., DURAND J.F., NAIDOO L., CHO M.A. 2022. Deriving the maximum extent and hydroperiod of open water from Sentinel-2 imagery for global sustainability and biodiversity reporting for wetlands. WaterSA volume 48(1): 75-89.
041.BALKE M., BILTON D.T., GARCIA M., VILORIA A.L., VILLASTRIGO A., HENDRICH L. 2022. Two new high Andean species of Liodessus diving beetles from Venezuela (Coleoptera, Dystiscidae, Bidessini). Alpine Entomology volume 6: 7-12.
042.MONSANTO D.M., MAIN D.C., JANION-SCHEEPERS C., EMAMI-KHOYI A., DEHARVENG L., BEDOS A., POTAPOV M., PARBHU S.P., LE ROUX J.J., TESKE P.R., VAN VUUREN B.J. 2022. Mitogenome selection in the evolution of key ecological strategies in the ancient hexapod class Collembola. Scientific Reports volume 12: 14810 | ISSN 2045-2322 (online)