– Tonnabel J., David, P., Janicke, T., Lehner, A., Mollet, J-C., Pannell, J., Dufaÿ, M. (2021) The scope for post-mating sexual selection in plants. Accepted, Trends in Ecology and Evolution.

– Tonnabel J., Klein E.K., Ronce O., Oddou-Muratorio S., Rousset, F., Olivieri O., Courtiol A.,* & Mignot A.* (2021) Sex-specific spatial variation in fitness in the highly dimorphic Leucadendron rubrum. Molecular Ecology, in press.

* Co-senior authors.

– Tonnabel, J. (2020) Digest: sexual conflict as a novel hypothesis for the evolution of gynodioecy. Evolution, in press, early view online.

– Pagel J., Treurnicht M., Bond W., Kraaij T., Nottebrock H., Schutte-Vlok A., Tonnabel J., Esler K.J. & Schurr F.M. (2020) The niche is not the range: dispersal and persistence shape mismatches between ecological niches and geographic distributions of plants. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 117:3663-3669.

– Tonnabel J., David P. & Pannell J. (2019) Do metrics of sexual selection conform to Bateman’s principles in the wind-pollinated plant Mercurialis annua? Proceedings of the Royal society B, 286:20190532. [pdf]

– Treurnicht, M., Pagel, J., Tonnabel, J., Esler, K.J., Slingsby, J.A. & Schurr, F.M. (2020) Functional traits explain the Hutchinsionian niches of plant species. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 29:534-545. [pdf]

– Tonnabel J., David P., Klein, E. & Pannell J.R. (2019) Sex-specific selection on plant architecture through ‘budget’ and ‘direct’ effects in experimental populations of a wind-pollinated herb. Evolution, 73:897-912. [pdf]

– Tonnabel J., Schurr F.M., Boucher F., Thuiller W., Renaud J., Douzery E.J.P. & Ronce O. (2018) Life-history traits evolved jointly with climatic niche and disturbance regime in the genus Leucadendron (Proteaceae). The American Naturalist, 191: 00-00. [pdf]

– Tonnabel J., David P., Pannell J.R. (2017) Sex-specific strategies of resource allocation to competition for light in a dioecious plant. Oecologia, 185: 675-686. [pdf]

– Martin-Sanz A.P., Callejas-Diaz M., Tonnabel J. & Climent J.M. (2017) Maintenance costs of serotiny in a variably serotinous pine: the role of water supply. PloS One, 12: e0181648. [pdf]

– Machado A.P., Pannell J.R.,* & Tonnabel J.* (2017) Development and characterization of microsatelitte markers for diploid populations of the wind-pollinated herd Mercurialis annua. BMC Research Notes, 10: 386. * Co-senior authors. [pdf]

– Olivieri I., Tonnabel J., Ronce O. & Mignot A. (2016) Why evolution matters for species conservation: perspectives from three case studies of plant metapopulations. Evolutionary Applications, 9: 196-211. [pdf]

– Tonnabel J., Mignot A., Douzery E.J.P., Rebelo T., Schurr F., Midgley J., Illing N., Justy F., Orcel D. & Olivieri I. (2014) Convergent and correlated evolution of major life-history traits in the angiosperm genus Leucadendron (Proteaceae). Evolution, 68: 2775-2792. [pdf]

– Tonnabel J., Olivieri I., Justy F., Santoni S., Mignot A., Caroli S., Rebelo A. & Douzery E. (2014) Developing nuclear DNA phylogenetic markers in the angiosperm genus Leucadendron (Proteaceae) : a next-generation sequencing transcriptomic approach. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 70: 37-46. [pdf]

– Tonnabel J., Van Dooren T., Midgley J., Haccou P., Mignot A., Ronce O. & Olivieri I. (2012) Optimal resource allocation in a serotinous non-sprouting plant species under different fire regimes. Journal of Ecology, 100: 1464-1474. [pdf]

– Tonnabel J., Tattersall Y., Simmen B. & Tarnaud L. (2011) Decline and demographic changes in the population of the Near Threatened brown lemur Eulemur fulvus on Mayotte. Oryx, 45: 608-614. [pdf]


Tonnabel, J., David, P., Pannell, J. Divergence in the vegetative morphology of a wind-pollinated plant over the course of three generations of experimental evolution under contrasting densities. In revision.