Castagneyrol, B., Valdés-Correcher, E., Bourdin, A., Barbaro, L., Bouriaud, O., Branco, M., … Mrazova, A.Sam, K., … Tahadlova, M., … & Eötvös, C. B. (2020). Can School Children Support Ecological Research? Lessons from the Oak Bodyguard Citizen Science Project. Citizen Science: Theory and Practice, 5(1).

Bodawatta, K. H., Puzejova, K., Sam, K., Poulsen, M., & Jønsson, K. A. (2020). Cloacal swabs and alcohol bird specimens are good proxies for compositional analyses of gut microbial communities of Great tits (Parus major). Animal Microbiome, 2(1), 1-13.

Aslam, M., Nedvěd, O., & Sam, K. (2019). Attacks by predators on artificial cryptic and aposematic insect larvae. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata.

K. Sam, B. Koane, L. Sam, A. Mrazova, S. Segar, M. Volf, M. Moos, P. Simek, M. Sisol, V. Novotny. 2020. Insect herbivory and herbivores of Ficus species along a rainforest elevational gradient in Papua New Guinea. Biotropica 52 (263-276).

The special issue where our manuscript was published had a beautiful cover page

McCaig, T., Sam, L., Nakamura, A., & Stork, N. E. (2020). Is insect vertical distribution in rainforests better explained by distance from the canopy top or distance from the ground?. Biodiversity and Conservation, 1-23.


Castagneyrol, B., Valdés-Correcher, E., Bourdin, A., Barbaro, L., Bouriaud, O., Branco, M., Csóka, G., Duduman, M.L., Dulaurent, A.M., Eötvös, C.B. … Mrazova, A. ….Sam, K., … Tahadlova, M. … and Ferrante, M., 2019. Can school children support ecological research? Lessons from the ‘Oak bodyguard’citizen science project. Citizen Science: Theory and Practices + bioRxiv, p.712638.

Vodičková, V., Vrba, P., Grill, S., Bartonova, A., Kollross, J., Potocký, P. and Konvička, M., 2019. Will refaunation by feral horse affect five checkerspot butterfly species (Melitaea Fabricius, 1807) coexisting at xeric grasslands of Podyji National Park, Czech Republic? Journal for Nature Conservation, p.125755.

Garg, M. K., Sam, K., Chattopadhyay, K., Sadanandan, K.R., Koane, B., Ericson, P.G.P., Rheindt, F.E. 2019. Gene flow in the Müllerian mimicry ring of a poisonous Papuan songbird clade (Pitohui; Aves), Genome Biology and Evolution, , evz168,

Chase, J.M., Liebergesell, M., Sagouis, A., May, F., Blowes, S.A., Berg, Å., Bernard, E., Brosi, B.J., Cadotte, M.W., Cayuela, L. … Sam, K., … and Chiarello, A.G., 2019. Frag SAD: A database of diversity and species abundance distributions from habitat fragments. Ecology.

Singer, M., Sam, K. and Rodríguez-Castañeda, G., 2019. Editorial overview: Communication in multitrophic interactions-new analytical approaches and emerging ecological consequences.

Mrazova, A., Sam, K. and Amo, L., 2019. What do we know about birds’ use of plant volatile cues in tritrophic interactions?. Current opinion in insect science.

Supriya, K., Moreau, C.S., Sam, K. and Price, T.D., 2019. Analysis of tropical and temperate elevational gradients in arthropod abundance. Frontiers of Biogeography.

Sam, K. and Koane, B., 2019. Biomass, abundances, and abundance and range size relationship of birds along a rainforest elevational gradient in Papua New Guinea. bioRxiv, p.651422.

Mrazova, A. and Sam, K., 2019. Exogenous application of methyl jasmonate to Ficus hahliana attracts predators of insects along an altitudinal gradient in Papua New Guinea. Journal of Tropical Ecology, pp.1-8.

Sam, K., Koane, B., Bardos, D.C., Jeppy, S., Novotny, V. (2019) Species richness of birds along a complete rain forest elevational gradient in the tropics: Habitat complexity and food resources matter. J Biogeogr. 2019;00:1–12.

Dahl, C., Ctvrtecka, R., Gripenberg, S., Lewis, O. T., Segar, S. T., Klimes, P., Sam, K., & Panmeng, M. (2019). The insect-focused classification of fruit syndromes in tropical rainforests: an inter-continental comparison. Biotropica.


Bodawatta, K. H., Sam, K., Jønsson, K. A., & Poulsen, M. (2018). Comparative analyses of the digestive tract microbiota of New Guinean passerine birds. Frontiers in microbiology, 9, 1830.