— 2018 —

Giarla, T. C., Maher, S. P., Achmadi, A. S., Moore, M. K., Swanson, M. T., Rowe, K. C., & Esselstyn, J. A. (2018). Isolation by marine barriers and climate explain areas of endemism in an island rodent. Journal of Biogeography45: 2053-2066.

Hutterer, R., D.S. Balete, T.C. Giarla, L.R. Heaney, & J.A. Esselstyn. A new genus and species of shrew (Mammalia: Soricidae) from Palawan, Philippines. Journal of Mammalogy 99: 518–536.

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Eldridge, R.A., A.S. Achmadi, T.C. Giarla, K.C. Rowe, & J.A. Esselstyn. Geographic isolation and elevational gradients promote lineage diversification in an endemic shrew on Sulawesi, Indonesia. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 118: 306-317.

— 2017 —

Leung, W, C.D. Shaffer, E.J. Chen, T.J Quisenberry, K. Ko, J.M. Braverman, T.C. Giarla, … S.C.R. Elgin. Retrotransposons are the major contributors to the expansion of the Drosophila ananassae Muller F element. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 7: 2439-2460.

Giarla, T.C. Family Platacanthomyidae. Handbook of the Mammals of the World (Vol. 7, Rodents: Part II). D.E. Wilson, T.E. Lacher, and R.A. Mittermeier (Eds.). Barcelona: Lynx.

— 2016 —

Demos, T. C., A.S. Achmadi, T.C. Giarla, H. Handika, K.C. Rowe, & J.A. Esselstyn. Local endemism and within‐island diversification of shrews illustrate the importance of speciation in building Sundaland mammal diversity. Molecular Ecology 25: 5158-5173

— 2015 —

Giarla, T.C. and J.A. Esselstyn. The challenges of resolving a rapid, recent radiation: Empirical and simulated phylogenomics of Philippine shrews. Systematic Biology 64: 727–740.

Leung, W., et al. [including T.C. Giarla]. Drosophila Muller F elements maintain a distinct set of genomic properties over 40 million years of evolution. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 5: 719–740.

Giarla, T.C. and S.A. Jansa. The impact of Quaternary climate oscillations on divergence times and historical population sizes in Thylamys opossums from the Andes. Molecular Ecology 24: 2495–2506.

Stanley, W.T., R. Hutterer, T.C. Giarla, and J.A. Esselstyn. Phylogeny, phylogeography, and geographic variation in the Crocidura monax (Soricidae) species complex from the montane islands of Tanzania, with descriptions of three new species. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 174: 185–215.

— 2014 —

Giarla, T.C., and S.A. Jansa. The role of physical geography and habitat type in shaping the biogeographical history of a recent radiation of Neotropical marsupials (Thylamys: Didelphidae). Journal of Biogeography 41(8): 1547-1558.

Giarla, T.C., R.S. Voss, and S.A. Jansa. Hidden diversity in the Andes: Comparison of species delimitation methods in montane marsupials. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 70: 137-151.

— 2010 —

Giarla, T.C., R.S. Voss, and S.A. Jansa. Species limits and phylogenetic relationships in the didelphid marsupial genus Thylamys based on mitochondrial DNA sequences and morphology. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History No. 346: 1-67.

2009 —

Jansa, S.A., T.C. Giarla, and B. Lim. The phylogenetic position of the rodent genus Typhlomys and the geographic origin of Muroidea. Journal of Mammalogy 90(5): 1083–1094.