Molecular Ecology (2015) 24, 1–17

doi: 10.1111/mec.12997

Editorial 2015 State of the journal Molecular Ecology continues to be among the most influential journals in ecology and evolutionary biology. According to the Eigenfactor metric, which measures the overall influence of a journal on science, Molecular Ecology ranks 2nd of 141 journals in ISI’s ecology category and 3rd among 46 evolution journals. Likewise, Molecular Ecology ranks 2nd among evolutionary biology journals according to Google Scholar’s h5-index, which rates journals by cumulative h-index over the past 5 years. As a consequence of the journal’s influence, as well as the efficiency of our editorial staff, Molecular Ecology is an attractive publication venue for authors. We received 1431 submissions in 2013 (including resubmissions), with an average time to decision of 32 days. Accepted articles are now made immediately available on the journal Website and assigned a DOI, so time to publication is short. Articles typically appear in the printed version of the journal 1–2 months after acceptance.

articles will appear in a Special Issue of Molecular Ecology in 2015.

Reviewers We wish to express our gratitude to our many referees, who are listed at the end of this editorial, for the donation of their time to the journal and to the discipline of molecular ecology.

Editorial issues Expanded word limits In 2014, we modified our manuscript word limit to exclude the reference list. In the past, authors sometimes met our article word limits by removing references to earlier studies. Exclusion of the reference list from the limit should eliminate the need for this practice, thereby enhancing the scholarship of articles published in Molecular Ecology.

Announcements Data archiving Molecular Ecology Prize The 2013 Molecular Ecology Prize was awarded to Professor Johanna Schmitt of the University of California, Davis, for her pioneering studies of plant adaptation. A biography of Johanna and her contributions to the field of molecular ecology can be found on page 18–21 of this issue.

Invasion Genetics: The Baker and Stebbins Legacy Symposium 2015 is the 50th anniversary of one of the most important books in evolutionary biology: The Genetics of Colonizing Species (1965) edited by Herbert Baker and G. Ledyard Stebbins. The volume was based on a symposium at Asilomar, California, the preceding year and initiated study of the genetics and evolution of invasive species. To revisit the historical legacy of the meeting and book, Molecular Ecology sponsored a symposium titled, Invasion Genetics: The Baker and Stebbins Legacy. The symposium was held at Asilomar from 13 to 15 August 2014 and featured a broad range of contributors who captured both the legacy of work on the genetics of colonizing species, and new contributions and perspectives. Associated

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The 1000th Dryad entry for a Molecular Ecology article appeared in June 2014 ( doi:10.5061/dryad.2s07s), and we are the first journal to reach this landmark. To date, these data sets have been downloaded over 53 000 times. The four most downloaded data sets are from Wang et al. (2013), Lozier (2014), Parchman et al. (2012) and Cowart et al. (2013), which have between 4500 and 1000 downloads each. We remain committed to ensuring that data are published alongside our articles: we strongly believe that our readership should have the opportunity to replicate the analyses in the article or retool the data to ask new questions. In line with promoting the availability of research data, our editorial board meeting this summer voted overwhelmingly in favour of removing the option to select a 1-year embargo for Dryad entries. Instead, authors wanting to embargo their data will need to contact the Managing Editor.

Policy regarding number of loci, populations and individuals We continue to receive phylogeographic articles that base their inferences on a single locus. These articles

2 EDITORIAL typically are not sent out for review, which can make authors unhappy. Thus, after consultation with the editorial board, we have strengthened policy with respect to standard phylogeographic articles and clarified what we mean by ‘exceptional circumstances’ (see revised policy below). 0

Policy regarding number of loci, populations and individuals We have been reluctant to formulate guidelines regarding the minimum number of independent loci, populations and individuals needed for publication in Molecular Ecology, largely because such guidelines would depend on the question being addressed, the kind of molecular markers and sequencing technologies employed, the geographic range of the focal taxa and the quality and quantity of DNA. Likewise, the guidelines would have to be modified on a yearly basis as standards of the field continue to rise. Thus, our main criterion is that sampling strategies and marker choices should be designed to best address the question motivating the study. However, unless there are exceptional circumstances, authors of single species phylogeographic studies must base their inferences on multiple loci: our editors and reviewers often question the reliability of inferences based on a single locus, and such manuscripts will typically not be sent out for review. Please contact the Managing Editor if you would like specific guidance on this policy’.

Highlights of 2014 The journal continues to serve as the intellectual home for the community of molecular ecologists through the Molecular Ecologist blog (http://www.molecularecologist. com/), symposia, our News and Views section, special issues and so forth. Below, we briefly discuss some of the scientific highlights from the past year.

From the Cover and News and Views This year so far we published 33 highly engaging perspective pieces on 35 remarkable studies, eight of which were From the Cover articles. The first issue of the year saw the publication of a meta-analysis that gathered data from 220 studies in 140 fish species as evidence that overharvesting of fish populations leads to significant reductions in heterozygosity and allelic richness that threaten the long-term health of this important resource (Pinsky & Palumbi 2014). Four more From the Cover articles focused on aquatic species. Baums et al. (2014) showed contrasting patterns of population structure between host and symbionts in coral reefs and suggest that this

diversity in host–symbiont pairings at the subspecies level is an unrecognized source of functional variation that might prove essential in response to stress. Albertson et al. (2014) mapped the genetic basis for continuous variation in body colour in cichlid fishes using RAD sequencing (Baird et al. 2008) and proposed an innovative metric to quantify the degree of integration in colour patterning across the body. Roesti et al. (2014) used the same RAD sequencing approach coupled with simulation work to show in pairs of marine and freshwater sticklebacks that parallel adaptation from standing genetic variation can leave an idiosyncratic signature of twin peaks of divergence around a valley of divergence centred on the adaptive loci. Finally, Bourret et al. (2014) investigated the genomic signature of the response to selection in two populations of Atlantic salmon during their year at sea. They showed that while conventional FST outlier genome scans did not detect any loci shared between the two populations, their novel multilocus test did, suggesting that it may be more sensitive to detecting weakly selected loci. FST outlier genome scans were also used in a further From the Cover article investigating the genetic basis of invasiveness (Vandepitte et al. 2014). This study combined genome-wide data in populations in the original range with historical herbarium samples collected around the introduction period and contemporary invasive populations and suggested that strong divergence in phenology in invasive populations started around the establishment phase of the invasive populations. Another From the Cover article by Sheng et al. (2014) used historical samples to clarify both the tempo and location of the diversification of hyenas and shows that it was more recent than previously suspected and that it unexpectedly occurred in Eurasia. Finally, Larson et al. (2014) document strikingly steep and congruent clines (across two transects) at >50 loci across a hybrid zone between two species of field crickets and suggest that these are likely closely linked to regions of the genome involved in reproductive isolation. Original articles on other topics were also highlighted in News and Views perspectives. Among such topics were invasion genetics (Martin et al. 2014), the ecological factors driving species diversification rates (Botero et al. 2014), the deterministic or stochastic nature of community composition (Brown & Jumpponen 2014), the natural history of an infamous amphibian pathogen (Rodriguez et al. 2014), genetic mapping of species differences (Franchini et al. 2014; Henning et al. 2014), the genetic basis of parasite load (Bolnick et al. 2014), gene flow and population divergence (Bosse et al. 2014; Martin & Feinstein 2014; Ruegg et al. 2014), the role of environmentally sensitive gene regulatory networks in the evolution of plastic phenotypes (Schneider et al. 2014) and adaptive evolution of plant cytoplasmic markers (Percy et al.

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EDITORIAL 2015 3 2014). The latter topic was also the focus of a review article this year in Molecular Ecology (Bock et al. 2014). Finally, several articles that were accompanied with a News and Views perspective provided methodological innovations that allow for a fresh look at fundamental problems in evolution and ecology. Among these, Lindtke et al. (2014) use paternity analysis to provide novel insights into the nature of tree species by suggesting that there is assortative mating in an hybrid zone between European species of poplars and that backcrosses to the parental species are rare as adults but common as seedlings; Kapun et al. (2014) provided a new approach to detect inversion polymorphisms in whole-genome data sets of pooled individuals and applied it to the study of classical inversion polymorphism clines in fruit flies; Levin & Parker (2014) presented a new approach to track the movement of parasite vectors and inferred that parasite vectors of a bird population are more likely switch hosts if they are not infected.

Reviews Invited Reviews and Syntheses provide an important avenue to highlight the state of play in key areas of molecular ecology, as well as laying out road maps for future directions to a broad audience. Thanks to the sterling efforts of Louis Bernatchez, our Reviews Editor, we have published sixteen of these articles in the past year. Syntheses have brought together data to explore a diversity of topics, ranging from environmental harshness correlations with intraspecific divergence (Botero et al. 2014) to phylogeography in marginal seas (Ni et al. 2014) to identity disequilibrium and its relation to empirical heterozygosity–fitness correlations (Miller & Coltman 2014). In addition, data were brought to bear on controversial issues such as the existence of genomic islands of speciation (Cruickshank & Hahn 2014) and MHC-based mating preferences (Kamiya et al. 2014). Similarly, our Invited Reviews have covered a wide range of topics. Several reviews have focused on different aspects of adaptive evolution such as adaptive divergence in fungi (Gladieux et al. 2014); adaptive value of cytoplasmic genomes in plants (Bock et al. 2014); and sexual selection and genetic colour polymorphisms in animals (Wellenreuther et al. 2014). Other reviews have addressed longstanding challenges in molecular ecology such as polyploid population genetics (Dufresne et al. 2014) and the relationship between genetic and species diversity in multispecies communities (Vellend et al. 2014). The largest fraction of reviews have critiqued analytical methodology, such as isolation by environment (Wang & Bradburd 2014); common quality control issues in high-throughput sequencing data (Zhou & Rokas 2014); new generation population

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demographic–genetic simulation software (Hoban 2014); multiple merger coalescent models (Tellier & Lemaire 2014); next-generation sequencing (NGS) bioinformatic approaches for de novo genotyping multigene families (Lighten et al. 2014); and molecular clock methods for estimating evolutionary rates and timescales (Ho & Duch^ene 2014).

Special issues Like reviews, special issues provide a useful way for the journal to highlight new developments in molecular ecology that we would like to see represented in the journal. In 2014, we published two high-profile special issues: Nature’s Microbiome (Russell et al. 2014) and Molecular Detection of Trophic Interactions (Symondson & Harwood 2014). Together, these special issues show how molecular and genomic approaches are transforming the field of community ecology. The special issue on Nature’s Microbiome builds on the recent recognition that symbioses are ubiquitous among life forms and that microbial symbionts, in particular, have been key sources of innovation during the diversification of eukaryotes. Molecular tools have accelerated our understanding of the roles and diversity of microbial symbionts by allowing nonmodel systems to be studied, especially hosts that cannot be propagated in the laboratory or glasshouse. Three topics are included in the special issue: 1 The ‘Dynamic Microbiome’ includes studies of the composition of symbiotic communities, including the microflora of amphibian skin (Kueneman et al. 2014), invasive Japanese barberry plants (Coats et al. 2014), sponge species and surrounding seawater (MoitinhoSilva et al. 2014), and the guts of burying beetles (Kaltenpoth & Steiger 2014), broad-headed bugs (Garcia et al. 2014), ants (Hu et al. 2014; Sanders et al. 2014), apes (Sanders et al. 2014), whiteflies (Jing et al. 2014), and ant- and termite-eating mammals (Delsuc et al. 2014). This section of the special issue also included studies of how symbiont communities respond to environmental changes, such as nitrogen augmentation (Dean et al. 2014), climate change (Gehring et al. 2014) and petroleum contamination (Oliveira et al. 2014), as well as studies of the stability and differentiation of microbial symbiotic communities across genetic and geographic distance (Altamia et al. 2014; Flot et al. 2014; Goffredi et al. 2014; Kikuchi & Fukatsu 2014). 2 The ‘Microbiome Function’ section focuses on the role of microbial symbionts as facilitators of host herbivory (Brown et al. 2014a; Hansen & Moran 2014; Humphrey et al. 2014; Liao et al. 2014; Lucey & Leadbetter 2014) and defence (Hamilton et al. 2014).

4 EDITORIAL 3 The ‘Interactive Biome’ is concerned within interactions among symbionts (Bakker et al. 2014; Engelmoer et al. 2014; Koch et al. 2014; Martinez et al. 2014), as well as the potential effects of symbionts on host genome evolution (Duncan et al. 2014). An important outcome of the special issue is the recognition that eukaryotes are collections of host and symbiotic microbial cells, a concept that redefines the notion of the individual. The issue also highlights how the adoption of ‘omics approaches’ is transforming studies of symbiotic communities by enabling fine-scale characterization of their diversity and interactions. The special issue on the Molecular Detection of Trophic Interactions focuses on the use of molecular approaches to document who is eating who. What is perhaps most noteworthy about the special issue is the widespread use of NGS approaches to study such questions (seven of 27 articles—Brown et al. 2014b Burgar et al 2014; Clare et al. 2014; Emrich et al. 2014; Krueger et al. 2014a,b; Sedlock et al. 2014; Thomas et al. 2014). While it was initially hoped that NGS data would allow quantitative estimates of prey species consumed, this does not seem to be possible with current technology due to factors such as degree of primer site homology, competitive PCR biases and variation in rates of digestion of different tissues (Thomas et al. 2014). When few prey species are present, it can be more cost effective to use species-specific primers (Raso et al. 2014;  c Jelaska et al. 2014). Also, qPCR Schmidt et al. 2014; Seri can be used to estimate the quantity of prey DNA (Eitzinger et al. 2014; Leal et al. 2014a; Lundgren & Fergen 2014; Redd et al. 2014), although such studies suffer from many of the same biases described above for NSG data (Greenstone et al. 2014). Several articles in the special issue discuss how to correct for such biases using feeding trials (Schmidt et al. 2014; Welch et al. 2014) or other approaches (Eitzinger et al. 2014; Wallinger et al. 2014). Of course, many fascinating natural history insights are reported in the special issue. For example, anemones and corals were found to digest their prey much more slowly than previously believed (Leal et al. 2014b), amphipods feeding at hydrothermal vents are highly omnivorous (Olsen et al. 2014), night-roosting big brown bats have an inordinate fondness for beetles (Clare et al. 2014), and male Cory’s shearwaters eat more sardines and less on chub mackerel than females. This special issue also features several novel applications of molecular diagnostics, such as using faecal DNA to detect both diet and gut parasites (Brown et al. 2014b),  c Jeltracking heavy metals through the environment Seri aska et al. (2014), estimating the intensity of competition

between predator species (Raso et al. 2014), determining the identity of both host and parasite from empty insect eggs (Gariepy et al. 2014) and empty aphid mummies (Varennes et al. 2014), and assessing the effectiveness of biocontrol agents (Greenstone et al. 2014; Lundgren & Fergen 2014; Schmidt et al. 2014). The future of DNA sequence-based studies of trophic ecology is bright. There is a continuing need for this type of information for both practical (e.g. wildlife management, biodiversity conservation, pest control) and scientific purposes (e.g. food web dynamics, community ecology). Sequencing technology continues to improve, while costs decline. Single molecule sequencing, in particular, promises to transform trophic ecology, possibly yielding the holy grail of trophic studies: accurate and unbiased identification and proportional representation of resource species in consumer diets (Andrews & Luikart 2014).

Conclusion All in all, we are very proud that Molecular Ecology has become the focal journal for our community, and we will always work to maintain that status. Of course, our success would be impossible without the excellent contributions of our authors, reviewers and editors, and we are very grateful for your efforts. We look forward to working with you all in 2015. Loren Rieseberg, Chief Editor, [email protected] Tim Vines, Managing Editor, [email protected] Jennifer Gow, Managing Editor, [email protected] Armando Geraldes, News and Views Editor, [email protected]

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8 EDITORIAL We are very grateful to the large number of individuals who have contributed to the field of molecular ecology by reviewing manuscripts for the journal. The following list contains people who reviewed articles for Molecular Ecology between 1 October 2013 and 30 September 2014. Marco Abbiati Maria Ana Aboim Alessandro Achilli Rachael V. Adams Rachel I. Adams Christina J. Adler Simon Aeschbacher Ingi Agnarsson Salvatore J. Agosta  Jon Agren Andres Aguilar Ramiro Aguilar Gabriela Aguileta Windsor Aguirre Nuria Agusti Robert Ahern Jackie Aislabie Sally N. Aitken Filipe Alberto Florian Alberto Craig Albertson Benedicte Albrectsen Miguel Alcaide Fernando Alda Sajid Ali Geraldine A. Allen Morten Allentoft Ana Almod ovar Jacob D. Alsdurf Inger G. Alsos S. Elizabeth Alter Diego F. Alvarado-S. Nadir Alvarez  Marta Alvarez-Presas Andreia Amaral Katherine Amato Anthony Amend William Amos Corey D. Anderson Eric C. Anderson Jill T. Anderson Jim B. Anderson Kirk E. Anderson Leif Andersson Carl Andre Marco Andrello Kimberly R. Andrews Carmelo Andujar Bernard Angers

Amy Angert Robert Anholt Nicola Anthony Janis Antonovics Ken P. Aplin Sharon Appleyard Lina Arcila Hernandez William R. Ardren Miguel Arenas Eszter Ari Stephane Aris-Brosou Peter Armbruster Jean-Francois Arnaud Sophie Arnaud-Haond Miquel Arnedo Brian J. Arnold Nils Arrigo Wolfgang Arthofer Marina Ascunce Catherine Attard Nadia Aubin-Horth Asta Audzijonyte Marie-Anne AugerRozenberg Jean-Christophe Auguet Didier Aurelle Brian J. Avery Julian D. Avery Peter Avis John Avise David Ayre Wieslaw Babik Niclas Backstrom Cecile F. E. Bacles Jin-Woo Bae Justin C. Bagley Michel Baguette Habibullah Bahar Wei-Ning Bai John F. Baines Allan J. Baker Michael Balke Niko Balkenhol Miguel Baltazar-Soares Claudia Bank Stephanie BankheadDronnet Sam C. Banks

Joshua Banta Marco Banterle Jose Miguel Barea Stuart Barker Ian Barnes Ross Barnett Timo Barraclough Benoit Barres Felipe S. Barreto Craig Barrett Rowan D. H. Barrett Rafael Barrientos David S. Barrington Daniel J. Barshis Inka Bartsch Andres Baselga Patrick Basset Cristiane BastosSilveira Ashley Bateman Christina Bauch Regina S. Baucom Iliana B. Baums Jason Baumsteiger Greg J. Baute Simon Baxter Till Bayer Eric Bazin Gemma Beatty Jean Beaulieu Jesper Bechsgaard D€ orthe Becker Penny A. Becker Andrew Beckerman Peter Beerli Jody Beers Albano Beja-Pereira Ricardo Beldade Mike Bell Rayna C. Bell D. Bellwood Frida Ben-Ami Merav Ben-David Tal Ben-Horin Rachel Ben-Shlomo Gary Bending Mandy Benke Clare M. H. Benskin Mary Berbee

Peter Berendzen Elena Berg Moises Bernal Daniel Berner Nibia Berois David Berry Cecile Berthouly Johanna Bertl Giorgio Bertorelle Nora Besansky Katharina Besemer Guillaume Besnard Francois Besnier Etienne Bezault Ke Bi Martin Bidartondo Yves Bigot Elisabeth M. Bik Holly Bik Trine Bilde Anna Maria Billing Christopher E. Bird Roberta Bisconti Leonora Bittleston Benjamin K. Blackman Christopher Blair Mary E. Blair Enrique Blanco Gonzalez Jose Luis Blanco-Pastor Frank Blattner Nicholas Block Michael G. B. Blum Dan G. Bock Ian Boechat Wieslaw Bogdanowicz Justin H. Bohling Emilie Boissin Daniel I. Bolnick Russell Bonduriansky Winnie Boner Pim Bongaerts Francois Bonhomme Gregory M. Bonito Camille Bonneaud Warren Booth Zbyszek Boraty nski Justin O. Borevitz Anthony Borneman

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EDITORIAL 2015 9 Kirsten I. Bos Mirte Bosse J. Bossenbroek Carlos Andres Botero Drion G. Boucias Amy Bouck Pierre Boudry Elizabeth G. Boulding Sarah Bourlat Audrey Bourret Vincent Bourret Pierre Boursot Koastas Bourtzis Abigail S. Bouwman Brian Bowen Rauri C. K. Bowie Jeff Bowman Walter Boyce Eric S. Boyd Stephane Boyer Laura M. Boykin Brian Boyle Goran Bozinovic Benjamin Brachi Brenda Bradley Trevor Branch Sara Branco Yaniv Brandvain Alberto Brassan Susan Brawley Timothy C. Bray Martin F. Breed Patricia Brekke Alan Brelsford Adrian C. Brennan Amanda Bretman Dustin Brisson Linda Broadhurst Colette Broekgaarden Thomas Broquet Carine Brouat Richard Broughton Andrew V. Z. Brower David S. Brown Mark J. F. Brown Rafe M. Brown Richard P. Brown Shawn P. Brown Jeremy Brownlee Michael W. Bruford Johanne Brunet Josef Bryja Robert W. Bryson Jr. Ann Bucklin

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Chris Chandler Bill Chapco Demian D. Chapman Eric G. Chapman Joanne Chapman Mark Chapman Nadine C. Chapman Nathalie Charbonnel Sylvain Charlat Jing Che Jinming Chen Jun Chen Ming-Shun Chen Shuangyan Chen Yolanda H. Chen Changde Cheng Chris Cheng Jia’an Cheng Stephen Chenoweth Zac Cheviron Yu-Chung Chiang Lounes Chikhi Susan Chivers J. Howard Choat Lukas Choleva Bruno Chomel Rebecca Chong Philippe Christe Richard Christen Mark R. Christie Ka Hou Chu M. C. Chueca Myong Gi Chung Igor J. Chybicki Roberta Cimmaruta M. Ciosi Elizabeth L. Clare Lindsay V. Clark Keith Clay Kate Cleary Michael Clegg Sonya Clegg Kendall Clements Karina E. Clemmensen Conrad Cloutier Stephanie Cobbold Robert I. Colautti Don Colgan Jan Colpaert Tim Colston Hans-Peter Comes Steve Compton Scott Condie Leonardo Congiu

Tim Connallon Sofia Consuegra James M. Cook Marco Coolen Alan Cooper Jukka Corander Russ Corbett-Detig Vanessa Corby-Harris Mathilde Cordellier Erik E. Cordes Cinzia Corinaldesi Ammon Corl Amandine Cornille Charlie Cornwallis Cristian O. Coroian Maria N. Cortes Anne-Caroline Cosendai Aurelie Coulon Pierre-Emmanuel Courty Christian L. Cox Murray Cox Timothy Craig Kelly D. Craven Jacob Crawford Teresa J. Crease Bernard J. Crespi Charles D. Criscione Francois Criscuolo Erika Crispo Pierre-Andre Crochet Adam Cronin Annick Cros Katherine Crosby Thomas Crowther Katalin Csillery Yujun Cui Catherine I. Cullingham Zachary W. Culumber Cameron Currie Chris Curtin Asher D. Cutter Till Czypionka Cecilia D’Angelo Rodrigo da Silva Costa Anders Dahlberg Thanos Dailianis Kasso Da€ınou Love Dalen Anne C. Dalziel Jacob Damgaard Tim Daniell Ellen L. Danneels

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Jesse Dillon George Dimopoulos Dylan Dittrich-Reed Andrea L. Dixon Christoph Dobes Susanne Dobler Margaret F. Docker Julian Dodson Cam Donly Roi Dor Angela E. Douglas Michael E. Douglas Claudie Doums Wes Dowd Claudia Drees Sergei V. Drovetski Shane G. DuBay Sylvain Dubey Gabrielle Dubuc Messier Rachael Y. Dudaniec Michele Dudash Jeff Dudycha Michelle A. Duennes Christophe Dufresnes Alex J. Dumbrell Peter Dunn Stacey J. Dunn Isabelle Dupanloup Stephane Dupas Julian R. Dupuis Jean-Dominique Durand Walter Durka Yann Dussert Cyril Dutech Linda Duval Rodney Dyer Angela M. Early Tony Echelle Andrew Eckert Arwyn Edwards Owain Edwards Scott P. Egan Keith Egger Lori S. Eggert Luis Enrique Eguiarte Dorothee Ehrich Pernille B. Eidesen Bernhard Eitzinger Christophe Eizaguirre Eduardo Eizirik

Robert Ekblom Barbara Ekbom Abdelhamid El Mousadik Jon Eldon Nicholas Elliot Norm Ellstrand Sarah Elmendorf Kathryn R. Elmer Brent Emerson Kevin Emerson Nancy C. Emery Nancy Endersby Jer^ ome Enjalbert Richard Ennos Ananias Escalante Erin K. Espeland Anahi Espindola Arnaud Estoup Ron Etter Vassiliki I. Evangelou Guillaume Evanno Ben J. Evans Jay D. Evans Melissa Evans Meredith V. Everett Michael B. Evgen’ev Allowen Evin Laurent Excoffier Adam Eyre-Walker Ron I. Eytan Tatsuhiro Ezawa Bruno Fady Dan Faith Shaohua Fan Meiying Fang Shu Fang Nuno Faria Maria Fariello Ashley Farlow Rhys Farrer Leanne Faulks Søren Faurby Cecile Fauvelot Justin C. Fay Scott Fay Heike Feldhaar Kevin A. Feldheim Simon Fellous Gary Felton Phillip Fenberg Charles Fenster Brock Fenton

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Peter Grant William Stewart Grant Alessandro Grapputo Jake Gratten Paolo Gratton Tabitha Graves Melissa M. Gray Matthew Greenstone Andrew J. Gregory Emma Greig Simon Griffith Bryan Griffiths Rob I. Griffiths Andrea Grill Delphine Grivet Stephanie Grizard J. Paul Grobler Paul Grogan Astrid T. Groot Richard Grosberg Briana L. Gross Joshua Gross Christina Grozinger Harald R. GruberVodicka Catherine E. Grueber Michael Gruendtaeudl Jared Grummer Rafael Guerrero Felix Gugerli Paul F. Gugger Alessia Guggisberg Frederic Guillaume Thomas Guillemaud Karen Guillemin Torsten G€ unther Qinfeng Guo Galina Gussarova Danny Gustafson David C. Haak Martin Haase Jan C. Habel Jarrod Hadfield James R. Hagler Martin W. Hahn Matthew Hahn Frank Hailer Fabien Halkett Ailsa J. Hall David Hall Stuart Halse Jenna Hamlin Jim Hamrick

Angela Hancock Penelope Hancock Brittany L. HancockHanser Margaret M. Hanes Sandra Hangartner Olivier Hanotte Ilkka Hanski China A. Hanson Bengt Hansson Ken-ichi Harano Emilie A. Hardouin Brock A. Harpur James Harris Kelley Harris Reid Harris Hugo B. Harrison Richard Harrison Katherine Harrisson Michael Hart Ian R. Hartley Martin Hartmann Mark Harvey Michael G. Harvey Tamara S. Haselkorn Daniel Hassleman Ben Hatchwell Lorenz Hauser Stephen J. Hawkins D. J. Hawthorne David Hayman David C. Hayward Christina Hazard Jing He Qixin He Tianhua He Daniel D. Heath Katy Heath Benjamin C. Hecht Gerald Heckel Lars Heden€ as Dennis Hedgecock Philip W. Hedrick Matthew Hegarty Kerstin Heidemann Martin Heil Berthold Heinze Heikki Helanter€ a Michael Hellberg Rasmus Heller Olof Hellgren David Hembry Jakob Hemmer-Hansen

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