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Zug, R. & Hammerstein, P. (2018). Evolution of reproductive parasites with direct fitness benefits. Heredity, 120: 266–281.

Gebiola, M., Kelly, S. E., Velten, L., Zug, R., Hammerstein, P., Giorgini, M., & Hunter, M. S. (2017). Reproductive interference and fecundity affect competitive interactions of sibling species with low mating barriers: experimental and theoretical evidence. Heredity, 119: 438–446.

Zug, R. & Hammerstein, P. (2015b). Wolbachia and the insect immune system: what reactive oxygen species can tell us about the mechanisms of Wolbachia–host interactions. Frontiers in Microbiology 6: 1201.

Zug, R. & Hammerstein, P. (2015a). Bad guys turned nice? A critical assessment of Wolbachia mutualisms in arthropod hosts. Biological Reviews 90: 89–111.

Zug, R., Koehncke, A. & Hammerstein, P. (2012). Epidemiology in evolutionary time: the case of Wolbachia horizontal transmission between arthropod host species. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25: 2149–2160.

Zug, R. & Hammerstein, P. (2012). Still a host of hosts for Wolbachia: analysis of recent data suggests that 40% of terrestrial arthropod species are infected. PLoS ONE 7: e38544.