Delmas E, Besson M, Brice M-H, Burkle L, Dalla Riva GV, Fortin M-J, Gravel D, Guimarães P, Hembry D, Newman E, Olesen JM, Pires M, Yeakel JD, Poisot T. In revision. Analyzing ecological networks of species interactions. To be resubmitted to Biological Reviews. Preprint online at bioRxiv, [link]

Hembry DH. In revision. Molecular biogeography of the Marquesas Islands (French Polynesia). To be resubmitted to Journal of Biogeography

de Aguiar MAM, Newman EA, Pires MM, Yeakel JD, Hembry DH, Burkle L, Gravel D, Guimarães PR Jr, O’Donnell J, Poisot T, Fortin M-J. In review. Revealing biases in the sampling of ecological interaction networks. Submitted 20 August 2017 to Methods in Ecology and Evolution. Preprint online at arXiv:1708.01242 [q-bio.PE] [link]

Hembry DH, Raimundo RLG, Newman EA, Atkinson L, Guo C, Guimarães PR Jr, Gillespie RG. In review. Does biological intimacy shape ecological network structure? A test using a brood pollination mutualism on continental and oceanic islands. Resubmitted 6 June 2017 to Journal of Animal Ecology

Hembry DH. 2017. Phyllantheae-Epicephala mutualistic interactions on oceanic islands in the Pacific. In: Kato M, Kawakita A (eds) Obligate Pollination Mutualism, pp. 221-248. Tokyo: Springer Japan. [link]

Luo S-X, Yao G, Wang Z, Zhang D, Hembry DH. 2017. A novel, enigmatic basal leafflower moth lineage pollinating a derived leafflower host illustrates the dynamics of host shifts, partner replacement, and apparent co-adaptation in intimate mutualisms. The American Naturalist 189: 422-435. [pdf] [data] [Am. Nat. press release] [Youtube video]


Hembry DH. 2016. Biogeography of interactions. In: Kliman R (ed) Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Biology, vol. 1, pp. 197-202. Oxford: Academic Press.

Hembry DH, Althoff DM. 2016. Diversification and coevolution in brood pollination mutualisms: windows into the role of biotic interactions in generating biological diversity. American Journal of Botany 103: 1783-1792. [Invited Special Review] [pdf] [link]

Hembry DH, Balukjian B. 2016. Molecular phylogeography of the Society Islands (Tahiti; South Pacific) reveals departures from hotspot archipelago models. Journal of Biogeography 43: 1372-1387. [pdf] [link]


Ohshima I, Kawakita A, Hembry D. 2015. Meeting report: International Symposium on Gracillariidae, 26-28 September 2014. Japanese Journal of Entomology (New Series) 18(3): 1-14. [In Japanese]


Hembry DH, Yoder JB, Goodman KR. 2014. Coevolution and the diversification of life. The American Naturalist 184: 425-438 [pdf]

Raimundo RLG, Gibert JP, Hembry DH, Guimarães PR. 2014.  Conflicting selection in the course of adaptive diversification: the interplay between mutualism and intraspecific competition. The American Naturalist 183: 363-375 [pdf]


Hembry DH. 2013. Herbarium specimens reveal putative insect extinction on the deforested island of Mangareva (Gambier Archipelago, French Polynesia). Pacific Science 67: 553-560 [pdf] [link]

Katayama N, Hembry DH, Hojo MK, Suzuki N. 2013. Why do ants shift their foraging from extrafloral nectar to aphid honeydew? Ecological Research 28: 919-926 [pdf] [link]

Hembry DH, Kawakita A, Gurr NE, Schmaedick MA, Baldwin BG, Gillespie RG. 2013. Non-congruent colonizations and diversification in a coevolving pollination mutualism on oceanic islands. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 280: 20130361 [pdf] [link]

Hembry DH, Okamoto T, McCormack G, Gillespie RG. 2013. Phytophagous insect community assembly through niche conservatism on oceanic islands. Journal of Biogeography 40: 225-235 [pdf] [link]


Hembry DH, Okamoto T, Gillespie RG. 2012. Repeated colonization of remote islands by specialized mutualists. Biology Letters 8: 258-261. [pdf] [link]


Hembry DH, Katayama N, Hojo MK, Ohgushi T. 2006. Herbivory damage does not indirectly influence the composition or excretion of aphid honeydew. Population Ecology 48: 245-25 [pdf] [link]


General publications

Hembry, D. 2017. Important for science. “Your views on Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument.” Las Cruces Sun-News, May 21, 2017. [link]

Hembry, D. 2017. Monument is important to science. Las Cruces Bulletin, May 5, 2017, pp. A8-A9. [link] [Hembry_2017_Las_Cruces_Bulletin]

Hembry, D. 2014. Nihon to Amerika no shinkagaku/seitaigaku no kenkyū, dō chigau ka? [How does research in evolution and ecology differ between Japan and the United States?] Kotaigun Seitai Gakkai Kaihō 71: 10-17 [In Japanese] [pdf]

Hembry D. 2014. Trait-Mediated Indirect Interactions: Ecological and Evolutionary Perspectives [book review]. Nihon Seitai Gakkai Nyūsurettā 33: 33-35 [In Japanese]

Hembry D. 2013. Shinka-seitaigaku no kenkyū-ryūgaku no tame Amerika kara Nihon ni kite mananda koto. [Things I learned coming from the US to Japan to do evolutionary ecology.] Nihon Seitai Gakkai Kantō Chikukai Kaihō 61: 11-14 [In Japanese]

Hembry, D. 2012. What’s changed in evolution and ecology since I started my Ph.D. Guest post for Nothing in Biology Makes Sense! Online at


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