Lisa Lumley
Lisa Lumley
University of Alberta; Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute
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Integrating morphology and mitochondrial DNA for species delimitation within the spruce budworm (Choristoneura fumiferana) cryptic species complex …
LM Lumley, FAH Sperling
Systematic Entomology 35 (3), 416-428, 2010
Utility of microsatellites and mitochondrial DNA for species delimitation in the spruce budworm (Choristoneura fumiferana) species complex (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)
LM Lumley, FAH Sperling
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 58 (2), 232-243, 2011
Life‐stage differences in spatial genetic structure in an irruptive forest insect: implications for dispersal and spatial synchrony
PMA James, B Cooke, BMT Brunet, LM Lumley, FAH Sperling, MJ Fortin, ...
Molecular Ecology 24 (2), 296-309, 2015
Genome-wide SNPs resolve phylogenetic relationships in the North American spruce budworm (Choristoneura fumiferana) species complex
JR Dupuis, BMT Brunet, HM Bird, LM Lumley, G Fagua, B Boyle, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 111, 158-168, 2017
Acari of Canada
F Baulieu, W Knee, V Nowell, M Schwarzfeld, Z Lindo, ...
ZooKeys, 77, 2019
Two's company, three's a crowd: New insights on spruce budworm species boundaries using genotyping‐by‐sequencing in an integrative species assessment (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)
BMT Brunet, GS Blackburn, K Muirhead, LM Lumley, B Boyle, ...
Systematic Entomology 42 (2), 317-328, 2017
Temporal variation in spatial genetic structure during population outbreaks: Distinguishing among different potential drivers of spatial synchrony
J Larroque, S Legault, R Johns, L Lumley, M Cusson, S Renaut, ...
Evolutionary Applications, 2019
Soil mites as bioindicators of disturbance in the boreal forest in northern Alberta, Canada: Testing taxonomic sufficiency at multiple taxonomic levels
ML Meehan, Z Song, LM Lumley, TP Cobb, H Proctor
Ecological indicators 102, 349-365, 2019
Almanac of Alberta Oribatida. Part 1. Ver. 2.3
DE Walter, S Latonas, K Byers, LM Lumley …, 2013
Almanac of alberta oribatida
DE Walter, S Latonas, K Byers, LM Lumley
The Royal Alberta Museum 2 (1), 2013
Continent‐wide population genomic structure and phylogeography of North America’s most destructive conifer defoliator, the spruce budworm (Choristoneura fumiferana)
LM Lumley, E Pouliot, J Laroche, B Boyle, BMT Brunet, RC Levesque, ...
Ecology and Evolution 10 (2), 914-927, 2020
Oribatid mite recovery along a chronosequence of afforested boreal sites following oil sands mining
BN McAdams, SA Quideau, MJB Swallow, LM Lumley
Forest Ecology and Management 422, 281-293, 2018
Insights into the Structure of the Spruce Budworm (Choristoneura fumiferana) Genome, as Revealed by Molecular Cytogenetic Analyses and a High-Density …
S Picq, L Lumley, J Šíchová, J Laroche, E Pouliot, BMT Brunet, ...
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 8 (8), 2539-2549, 2018
Life‐history traits maintain the genomic integrity of sympatric species of the spruce budworm (Choristoneura fumiferana) group on an isolated forest island
LM Lumley, FAH Sperling
Ecology and Evolution 1 (2), 119-131, 2011
Isolation and characterization of eight microsatellite loci in the spruce budworm species Choristoneura fumiferana and Choristoneura occidentalis, and cross …
LM Lumley, CS Davis, FAH Sperling
Conservation Genetics Resources 1, 501-504, 2009
Distinct sources of gene flow produce contrasting population genetic dynamics at different range boundaries of a Choristoneura budworm
GS Blackburn, BMT Brunet, K Muirhead, M Cusson, C Béliveau, ...
Molecular ecology 26 (23), 6666-6684, 2017
Linking adaptation, delimitation of evolutionarily significant units (ESUs), and gene function: a case study using hemlock looper ecotypes
LM Lumley, M Cusson
Systematic Entomology 38 (2), 428-439, 2013
Can soil invertebrates indicate soil biological quality on well pads reclaimed back to cultivated lands?
RC Lupardus, JP Battigelli, A Janz, LM Lumley
Soil and Tillage Research 213, 105082, 2021
Almanac of Alberta Oribatida–Part 1–Adults> 0.3 mm
DE Walter, S Latonas, K Byers, LM Lumley
Version, 2013
The status of systematic knowledge of the Acari of Canada: tickin’away with some mitey progress
L Lumley, F Beaulieu, V Behan-Pelletier, W Knee, EE Lindquist, M Mark, ...
Newsletter of the Biological Survey of Canada 32 (2), 23-37, 2013
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