Kasper P. Hendriks

Kasper P. Hendriks
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Introduction
As a postdoc researcher at Naturalis Biodiversity Center (The Netherlands) and Osnabrück University (Germany), I currently work on the evolution of derived woodiness in the Brassicaceae plant family. For more, please visit https://www.naturalis.nl/en/kasper-hendriks.
Additional affiliations
December 2019 - August 2021
Universität Osnabrück
Position
  • PostDoc Position
September 2014 - November 2019
University of Groningen
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  • PhD Student
August 2012 - August 2021
Naturalis Biodiversity Center
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  • PostDoc Position

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Publications (66)
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The mustard family (Brassicaceae) is a scientifically and economically important family, containing the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana and numerous crop species that feed billions worldwide. Despite its relevance, most published family phylogenies are incompletely sampled, generally contain massive polytomies, and/or show incongruent topologies b...
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The mustard family (Brassicaceae) is a scientifically and economically important family, containing the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana and numerous crop species that feed billions worldwide. Despite its relevance, most published family phylogenies are incompletely sampled, generally contain massive polytomies, and/or show incongruent topologies b...
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Herbivore diets are often generalistic, and communities of herbivores tend to share much of their diets. In the tropical lowlands of Malaysian Borneo, tens of different noncarnivorous land snail species are able to coexist in communities on limestone outcrops. We tried to answer the question whether diet differentiation plays a role in their coexis...
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PREMISE: Researchers adopting target-enrichment approaches often struggle with the decision of whether to use universal or lineage-specific probe sets. To circumvent this quandary, we investigate the efficacy of a simultaneous enrichment by combining universal probes and lineage-specific probes in a single hybridization reaction, to benefit from th...
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Classical ecological theory posits that species partition resources such that each species occupies a unique resource niche. In general, the availability of more resources allows more species to co‐occur. Thus, a strong relationship between communities of consumers and their resources is expected. However, correlations may be influenced by other la...
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Classical ecological theory posits that species partition resources such that each species occupies a unique resource niche. In general, the availability of more resources allows more species to co‐occur. Thus, a strong relationship between communities of consumers and their resources is expected. However, correlations may be influenced by other la...
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The Bornean representatives of the genus Georissa (Hydrocenidae) have small, dextral, conical, calcareous shells consisting of ca. three teleoconch whorls. Our recent study on the Georissa of Malaysian Borneo has revealed high intra- and inter-specific variation in the “scaly” group (a group of species with striking scale-like surface sculpture). T...
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Aim Islands are often hotspots of endemism due to their isolation, making colonization a rare event and hence facilitating allopatric speciation. Dispersal usually occurs between nearby locations according to a stepping‐stone model. We aimed to reconstruct colonization and speciation processes in an endemic‐rich system of land‐based islands that do...
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A report for the Malacological Society of London, who awarded me an Early Career Research Grant for fieldwork on microsnail communities on Borneo in November 2017. Some first results of our metabarcoding study are included.
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The genus Anthroherpon Reitter, 1889 is the most species-rich genus of the exclusively subterranean subtribe Anthroherponina. It comprises 26 species and 55 subspecies distributed in the Dinaric mountains which are known to be a world biodiversity hotspot for subterranean fauna. Most species are short-range endemics and more than half of the specie...
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The Bornean hydrocenids have so far been understudied compared to other non-pulmonate snails in this region. In the present study, we review a first group of minute land snail species belonging to the genus Georissa (Gastropoda, Hydrocenidae) from Malaysian Borneo. This group is restricted to the species with conspicuous scale-like sculpture on the...
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"Scaly" Georissa partitioning based on ABGD species delimitation
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Synoptic view of 13 species of "scaly" Georissa, and their 3D models
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An overview of scanning parameters of each examined "scaly" Georissa
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The genus Anthroherpon Reitter, 1889 exhibits the most pronounced troglomorphic characters among Coleoptera, and represents one of the most spectacular radiations of subterranean beetles. However, radiation, diversification, and biogeography of this genus have never been studied in a phylogenetic context. This study provides a comprehensive evoluti...
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Distances between areas in km. Abbreviations of geographic areas as in Figs 3 and 4. (TIF)
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The list of morphometric data. Abbreviations: palp2-4: length of maxillary palps 2–4 (1st maxillary palp was not visible in most mounted specimens so we didn’t measure its length); Ant 1–11: length of antennomerae 1–11; L1tib: length of protibia; L2tib: length of mesotibia; L3tib: length of metatibia; L1tarsus1-5: length of 1–5 protarsomere; L2tars...
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Sequenced specimens, with accession numbers, depository, locality, and collectors. All vouchers are stored at CINJ. (XLSX)
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Landmarks recorded on the body of Anthroherpon. (TIF)
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Phylogenetic analysis was performed in BEAST2 for mtDNA and nDNA separately. A. mtDNA, B. nDNA. (TIF)
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The list of material included in the morphometric analyses. Abbreviations: CINJ (collection Iva Njunjić), CMPR (collection Michel Perreau), CDP (collection Dragan Pavićević), MNHN (collection Muséum national d’histoire naturelle), CG (Crna Gora), BIH (Bosnia and Herzegovina), CRO (Croatia). (DOCX)
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Maximum likelihood analysis. (PDF)
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The tropical lowland of the Kinabatangan Floodplain in northern Borneo, Malaysia, is characterized by limestone outcrops dotted through the rainforest, forming an island system. The calcareous substrate attracts many, often microscopically small, snail species, using the calcium carbonate to build their shells. Each outcrop can hold over 50 species...
Research Proposal
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The original advertisement for a master student internship within this project. Three master students joined us for fieldwork, laboratory work, and analyses. All three have completed their master projects by now (end 2018).
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The subtribe Anthroherponina form an iconic group of obligate cave beetles, typical representatives of the Dinaric subterranean fauna, which is considered to be the richest in the world. Phylo-genetic studies within this subtribe are scarce and based only on morphological characters, which, due to troglomorphic convergence , are frequently unreliab...
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Tropical mountains are hot spots of biodiversity and endemism, but the evolutionary origins of their unique biotas are poorly understood. In varying degrees, local and regional extinction, long-distance colonization, and local recruitment may all contribute to the exceptional character of these communities. Also, it is debated whether mountain ende...

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Projects (5)
Archived project
To sample the biodiversity of Mount Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysian Borneo, and understand how endemics evolved on this young tropical mountain.
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A metabarcoding study to unravel the correlations between the snail microbiome, diet, and the community structure of Bornean limestone outcrops land snail communities.
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To unravel what drives the assembly of the endemic-rich microsnail communities on limestone outcrops along the Kinabatangan River in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo. We expect that community assembly can be explained simply by neutral processes (sense Hubbell, 2001). We test this, among others, using the R package SADISA (Haegeman & Etienne, 2017). Meanwhile, we are performing a metadata study, including some 150 natural abundance datasets, to compare results to.