7) Hodel RGJ, Chandler LM, Fahrenkrog AM, Kirst M, Gitzendanner MA, Soltis DE, and Soltis PS. 2018. Linking genome signatures of selection and adaptation in non-model plants: exploring potential and limitations in the angiosperm Amborella. Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 42, 81-89, doi:10.1016/j.pbi.2018.04.003.

6) Hodel RGJ, Chen S, Payton AC, McDaniel SF, Soltis PS, and Soltis DE. 2017. Adding loci improves phylogeographic resolution in red mangroves despite increased missing data: comparing microsatellites and RAD-Seq and investigating loci filtering. Scientific Reports, 7, 17598, doi:10.1038/s41598-017-16810-7.  Awarded University of Florida Department of Biology Best Paper Award, 2018.

5) Fan DM, Zhixia S, Bo L, Yixuan K, Hodel RGJ, Zhirong J, and Zhang ZY. 2017. Dispersal corridors for plant species in the Poyang Lake Basin of southeast China identified by integration of phylogeographic and geospatial data. Ecology and Evolution, doi: 10.1002/ece3.2999.

4) #Hodel RGJ, Salcedo-Segovia CM, Landis JB, Crowl AA, Sun M, Liu X, Gitzendanner MA, Douglas NA, Germain-Aubrey CC, Chen S, Soltis DE, and Soltis PS. 2016. The report of my death was an exaggeration: a review for researchers using microsatellites in the 21st century. Applications in Plant Sciences, 4, 1600025.

3) Hodel RGJ, Gitzendanner MA, Germain-Aubrey CC, Liu X, Crowl AA, Sun M, Landis JB, Salcedo-Segovia CM, Douglas NA, Chen S, Soltis DE, and Soltis PS. 2016. A new resource for the development of SSR markers: Millions of loci from a thousand plant transcriptomes. Applications in Plant Sciences, 4, 1600024.

2) Hodel RGJ, Cortez MB*, Soltis PS, and Soltis DE. 2016. Comparative phylogeography of black mangroves (Avicennia germinans) and red mangroves (Rhizophora mangle) in Florida: Testing the maritime discontinuity in coastal plants. American Journal of Botany, 103, 730-739.

1) Hodel RGJ & Gonzales EB. 2013. Phylogeography of sea oats (Uniola paniculata), a dunebuilding coastal grass in southeastern North America. Journal of Heredity, 104, 656-665.

(* = undergraduate co-author, # = invited review)