Mark Wong

Research Interests

My doctoral research investigates the functional structure of tropical and subtropical ant communities, as well as the ecosystem processes they mediate. I am supported by a Clarendon Fund scholarship.

Selected Publications

Wong, M.K.L., Woodman, J.D. and Rowell, D.M. (2017). Short-range phenotypic divergence among genetically distinct populations of an Australian funnel-web spider. Ecology and Evolution, 7: 5094–5102.
 
Wong, M.K.L. and Guénard, B. (2017). Subterranean ants: summary and perspectives on field sampling methods, with notes on diversity and ecology (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Myrmecological News, 25: 1–6.
 
Wong, M.K.L. and Guénard, B. (2016). Leptanilla hypodracos, a new species of the cryptic ant genus Leptanilla (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) from Singapore, with new distribution data and an updated key to Oriental Leptanilla species. ZooKeys, 551: 129–144.
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