Publications

(please email me for reprints; publications in Google Scholar)

 

Cámara-Leret, R., Frodin, D.G., Adema, F., Anderson, C., Appelhans, M.S., Argent, G., Arias Guerrero, S., Ashton, P., Baker, W.J., Barfod, A.S., Barrington, D., Borosova, R., Bramley, G.L.C., Briggs, M., Buerki, S., Cahen, D., Callmander, M.W., Cheek, M., Chen, C.-W., et al (2020). New Guinea has the world’s richest island flora. Nature. doi: 10.1038/s41586-020-2549-5

Forrest, L.L., Hart, M.L., Hughes, M., Wilson, H.P., Chung, K.-F., Tseng, Y.-H. & Kidner, C.A. (2019). The limits of Hyb-Seq for herbarium specimens: Impact of preservation techniques. Front. Ecol. Evol. 7: 439.

Wilson, H.P., Paul, O. & Hughes, M. (2019). Begonia maguniana (Begoniaceae, Begonia sect. Oligandrae), a new species from New Guinea. Edinburgh Journal of Botany doi: 10.1017/S0960428619000283 Read only pdf

Moonlight, P.W., Ardi, W.H., Padilla, L.A., Chung, K.-F., Fuller, D., Girmansyah, D., Hollands, R., Jara-Muñoz, A., Kiew, R., Leong, W.C., Liu, Y., Mahardika, A., Marasinghe, L.D.K., O’Connor, M., Peng, C.-I., Pérez, Á.J., Phutthai, T., Pullan, M., Rajbhandary, S., Reynel, C., Rubite, R.R., Julia, S., Scherberich, D., Shui, Y.-M., Tebbitt, M.C., Thomas, D.C., Wilson, H.P., Zaini, N.H., Hughes, M., (2018). Dividing and conquering the fastest growing genus: Towards a natural sectional classification of the mega-diverse genus Begonia (Begoniaceae). Taxon 67, 267–323