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Peer-reviewed publications:

10. Surmacz, B., Stec, D., Prus-Frankowska, M., Buczek, M., Michalczyk, Ł., Łukasik, P. (2024). Pinpointing the microbiota of tardigrades: What is really there? Environmental Microbiology 26:e16659.


9. Surmacz, B., Foremnik, K., Pielech, R. (2024). Along the river: Longitudinal patterns of functional and taxonomic diversity of plants in riparian forests. Journal of Vegetation Science 35:e13225.

8. Surmacz, B. (2023). Spatial patterns of flower color variation in native and introduced ranges of Convolvulus arvensis (Convolvulaceae) revealed by citizen science data and machine learning. Plant Biology 25:681-686.

7. Gąsiorek, P., Vončina, K., Bochnak, M., Surmacz, B., Morek, W., Michalczyk, Ł. (2021). Echiniscidae (Heterotardigrada) of South Africa. Zootaxa 5156:1-238.


6. Foremnik, K., Krawczyk, W., Surmacz, B., Malicki, M., Suchan, T., Gazda, A., Pielech, R. (2021). Effects of forest stand structure on population of endangered orchid species Cypripedium calceolus L. Journal for Nature Conservation 64:126089.


5. Morek, W., Surmacz, B., López-López, A., Michalczyk, Ł. (2021). Everything is not everywhere: Time‐calibrated phylogeography of the genus Milnesium (Tardigrada). Molecular Ecology 30:3590-3609.

4. Surmacz, B., Morek, W., Michalczyk, Ł. (2020). What to do when ontogenetic tracking is unavailable: a morphometric method to classify instars in Milnesium (Tardigrada). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 188:797-808.

3. Morek, W., Surmacz, B., Michalczyk, Ł. (2020). Novel integrative data for two Milnesium Doyère, 1840 (Tardigrada: Apochela) species from Central Asia. Zoosystematics and Evolution 96:499-514.

2. Surmacz, B., Morek, W., Michalczyk, Ł. (2019). What If Multiple Claw Configurations Are Present in A Sample? A Case Study with the Description of Milnesium pseudotardigradum sp. nov. (Tardigrada) with Unique Developmental Variability. Zoological Studies 58:e32.

1. Morek, W., Stec, D., Gąsiorek, P., Surmacz, B., Michalczyk, Ł. (2019). Milnesium tardigradum Doyère, 1840: the first integrative study of inter-population variability in a tardigrade species. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 57:1-23.

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