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Gairloch Mountains, England ©Anneke Floss

M.Sc. Stefan Pinkert

Animal Ecology, Department of Ecology, Faculty of Biology

Philipps Universität Marburg, Karl-von-Frisch Strasse 8, D-35032 Marburg, Germany

room: C2, 2030

Pinkert [at] students.uni-marburg.de or


Research interests

I am interested in the processes that link functional traits and the phylogenetic relationship of insect species with their distributions across large spatial scales. In particular, I use phylogeographical approaches and null model approaches to understand the role of trait variation as well as speciation, extinction and immigration for the diversity pattern of odonata and orthoptera.

Current projects

I assist K.-D. Dijkstra with the description 60 new species of dragonflies in Africa.

Together with Claudia Hemp and Roland Brandl, I study The diversification pattern of flightless orthoptera species of African mountain insulars (Fam. Lentulidae).

Proposal for PhD funding.

Cooperation partners outside Marburg

K.-D. Dijkstra (Naturalis),

C. Hemp (Uni. Würzburg),

C. Hof (BiK-F),

M. Winter (iDiv),

K. Bannar-Martin (iDiv),

S. Brunzel (FH Erfurt),

J. Kipping (FH Berneburg)

V. Clausnitzer (Senckenberg Museum Görlitz)

Publications in peer-reviewed journals

Pinkert, S., Dijkstra, K.-D. B., Zeuss, D., Reudenbach, C., Brandl, R. & Hof, C. 2017. Evolutionary processes, dispersal limitations and climatic history shape current diversity patterns of European dragonflies. Submitted.

Pinkert, S., Zeuss, D., Dijkstra, K.-D. B., Kipping, J., Clausnitzer, V., Bannar-Martin, K. & Brandl, R. 2017. Understanding the drivers of cross-taxon congruence. In preparation.

Pinkert, S., Nel, A. &  Di-ying H. 2017. An additional hawker dragonfly from the Middle Jurassic of China (Odonata: Aeshnoptera). Submitted.

Pinkert, S. & Nel, A. 2017. The first aeshnopteran dragonfly in Baltic amber

(Odonata: Anisoptera: Gomphaeschnidae). Submitted.

Pinkert, S., Brandl, R. & Zeuss, D. 2016. Colour lightness of dragonfly assemblages across North America and Europe. Ecography in press. DOI: 10.1111/ecog.02578.

Other publications

Wang, Y., Lehnert, L., Holzapfel, M., Schultz, R., Heberling, G., Görzen, E., Meyer, H., Seeber, E., Pinkert, S., Ritz, M. & others 2015. Testing congruence among multiple grazing indicators: a multi-site study across the Tibetan plateau. EGU Wien. General Assembly Conference Abstracts, p. 324.

Pinkert, S., Dijkstra, K.-D., Hof, C. & Brandl, R. 2015. Evolutionary and historical components of the European dragonfly diversity. GFÖ Göttingen. Conference Abstracts, p. 307. 

Zuletzt aktualisiert: 20.12.2016 · schmid7s

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