• Platková, H., Pyszko, P., Coeur d´ Acier, A., Jousselin, E., & Drozd, P. (2020). Spatial distribution of aphids in the canopy of a temperate forest: where can they be found?. Agricultural and Forest Entomology.
  • Pyszko, P., Višňovská, D., Drgová, M., Šigut, M., & Drozd, P. (2020) Effect of Bacterial and Fungal Microbiota Removal on the Survival and Development of Bryophagous Beetles. Environmental Entomology. 49 (4): 902-911
  • Višňovská, D., Pyszko, P., Šigut, M., Kostovčík, M., Kolařík, M., Kotásková, N., & Drozd, P. (2020). Caterpillar gut and host plant phylloplane mycobiomes differ: a new perspective on fungal involvement in insect guts. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 96 (9).


  • Pyszko, P., Šigut, M., Kostovčík, M., Drozd, P., & Hulcr, J. (2019) High-diversity microbiomes in the guts of bryophagous beetles (Coleoptera: Byrrhidae). European Journal of Entomology. 116: 432-441.


  • Šigut, M., Šigutová, H., Pyszko, P., Kotásková, N., Drozd, P. a Šipoš, J. (2018) Vertical canopy gradient shaping the stratification of leaf chewer-parasitoid interactions in a temperate forest. Ecology and Evolution 8 (15): 7297-7311.


  • Volf, M., Pyszko P., Abe T, Libra T, Kotásková N., Šigut M., Kumar R., Kaman O., Butterill B.T., Šipoš J., Abe H., Fukushima H., Drozd P., Kamata N., Murakami M., Novotny V. (2017): Phylogenetic composition of host plant communities drives plant‐herbivore food web structure. Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (3): 556-565.




  • Kašák J., Mazalová M., Šipoš J. & Kuras T. (2013): The effect of alpine ski-slopes on epigeic beetles: does even a nature-friendly management make a change? Journal of insect conservation 17 (5): 975-988.
  • Dolný A., Mižičová H. & Harabiš F. (2013): Natal philopatry in four European species of dragonflies (Odonata: Sympetrinae) and possible implications for conservation management. Journal of Insect Conservation 17 (4): 821-829.
  • Holuša J., Kočárek P. & Vlk R. (2013): Monitoring and conservation of Saga pedo (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) in an isolated nothwestern population. Journal of insect conservation 17 (4): 663-669.
  • Holuša J., Kočárek P., Vlk R. & Marhoul P. (2013): Annotated checklist of the grasshoppers and crickets (Orthoptera) of the Czech Republic. Zootaxa 3616 (5): 437-460.
  • Kocarek P., John V. & Hulva P. (2013): When the body hides the ancestry: phylogeny of morphologically modified epizoic earwigs based on molecular evidence. PloS one 8 (6): e66900.
  • Drozd P. & Šipoš J., 2013: R for all (I): Introduction to the new age of biological analyses. Casopis slezskeho zemskeho muzea (A) 62(1): 51–57.
  • Drozdova M., Šipoš J. & Drozd P., 2013: Key factors affecting the predation risk on insects on leaves in temperate floodplain forest. European Journal of Entomology 110(3): 469–476.
  • Šipoš J., Drozdová M. & Drozd P., 2013: Assessment of trends in predation pressure on insects across temperate forest microhabitats. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 15(3): 255–261. Available from: 10.1111/afe.12012.
  • Hippa H. & Ševčík J. (2013): Five new species and a new record of Manota (Diptera: Mycetophilidae) from Sulawesi. Acta Entomologica Musei Nationalis Pragae, 53: 763–775. URL
  • Ševčík J., Kaspřák D. & Tóthová A. (2013): Molecular phylogeny of fungus gnats (Diptera: Mycetophilidae) revisited: position of Manotinae, Metanepsiini, and other enigmatic taxa as inferred from multigene analysis. Systematic Entomology, 38: 654–660. URL
  • Roháček J. & Ševčík J. (2013): Diptera associated with sporocarps of Meripilus giganteus in an urban habitat. Cent. Eur. J. Biol., 8: 143–167. URL
  • Harabiš F., Šigut M. & Dolný A., 2013: Density-distribution patterns of egg parasitoids in freshwater habitats. Casopis slezskeho zemskeho muzea (A) 61: 97–111.
  • Harabiš F., Dolný A., Helebrandová J. & Rusková T. (2014): Do egg parasitoids increase the tendency of Lestes sponsa (Odonata: Lestidae) to oviposit underwater? European Journal of Entomology 112 (1): 63-68.


  • Harabiš F. & Dolný A. (2012): Human altered ecosystems: suitable habitats as well as ecological traps for dragonflies (Odonata): the matter of scale. Journal of Insect Conservation 16 (1): 121-130.
  • Janko K., Kotusz J., De Gelas K., Šlechtová V., Opoldusová Z., Drozd P., … & Baláž M. (2012): Dynamic formation of asexual diploid and polyploid lineages: multilocus analysis of Cobitis reveals the mechanisms maintaining the diversity of clones. PloS one 7 (9): e45384.
  • Holusa J., Kocarek P., Marhoul P. & Skokanova H. (2012): Platycleis vittata (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) in the northwestern part of its range is close to extinction: is this the result of landscape changes? Journal of Insect Conservation 16: 295–303.
  • Tropek R., Kadlec T., Hejda M., Kocarek P., Skuhrovec J., Malenovsky I., Vodka S., Spitzer L., Banar P. & Konvicka M. (2012): Technical reclamations are wasting the conservation potential of post-mining sites. A case study of black coal spoil dumps. Ecological Engineering 43: 13-18.
  • Šipoš J., Drozdová M. & Drozd P., 2012: Effect of canopy openness on the pressure of predatory arthropods and birds on epigeic insects. Central European Journal of Biology 7(6): 1021–1029. Available from: 10.2478/s11535-012-0093-5.
  • Dolný A., Harabiš F., Bárta D., Lhota S. & Drozd P., 2012: Aquatic insects indicate terrestrial habitat degradation: changes in taxonomical structure and functional diversity of dragonflies in tropical rainforest of East Kalimantan. Tropical Zoology 25(3): 141–157. Available from: 10.1080/03946975.2012.717480.
  • Ševčík J. (2012): Terocelion gen. nov., a new Oriental genus of Keroplatidae (Diptera) with pectinate antennae. Acta Entomologica Musei Nationalis Pragae, 52: 495–503. PDF
  • Ševčík J. (2012): Pseudochetoneura gen. nov., a peculiar new genus from Ecuador, with notes on Chetoneura (Diptera: Keroplatidae). Acta Entomologica Musei Nationalis Pragae, 52: 281–288. PDF
  • Ševčík J. & Kjaerandsen J. (2012): Brachyradia, a new genus of the tribe Exechiini (Diptera: Mycetophilidae) from the Oriental and Australasian regions. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, 60: 117–127. PDF
  • Ševčík J., Kjaerandsen J. & Marshall S. (2012): Revision of Speolepta (Diptera, Mycetophilidae), with descriptions of new Nearctic and Oriental species. Canadian Entomologist, 144: 93–107. URL


  • Drozd P., 2010: ComEcoPaC – Community Ecology Parameter Calculator. Version 1.0 [software]. Available from:
  • Drozd P. & Novotny V., 2010: PowerNiche. Modeling abundance patterns of species in biological communities. Version 2.0 [software]. Available from:
  • Drozd P. & Novotny V., 2010: AccuCurve. Version 1.0 [software]. Available from:


  • Novotny V., Drozd P., Miller S.E., Kulfan M., Janda M., Basset Y. & Weiblen G.D., 2007: Response to comment on “Why are there so many species of herbivorous insects in tropical rainforests?”Science 315(5819). Available from: 10.1126/science.1139702.
  • Novotny V., Drozd P., Miller S., Kulfan M., Janda M., Basset Y. & Weiblen G., 2006: Why are there so many species of herbivorous insects in tropical rainforests? Science 313(5790): 1115–1118. Available from: 10.1126/science.1129237.
  • Novotny V., Basset Y., Miller S., Kitching R., Laidlaw M., Drozd P. & Cizek L., 2004: Local species richness of leaf-chewing insects feeding on woody plants from one hectare of a lowland rainforest. Conservation Biology 18(1): 227–237.
  • Novotny V., Basset Y., Miller S., Drozd P. & Cizek L., 2002: Host specialization of leaf-chewing insects in a New Guinea rainforest. Journal of Animal Ecology 71(3): 400–412.
  • Novotny V., Miller S., Basset Y., Cizek L., Drozd P., Darrow K. & Leps J., 2002: Predictably simple: assemblages of caterpillars (Lepidoptera) feeding on rainforest trees in Papua New Guinea. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 269(1507): 2337–2344. Available from: 10.1098/rspb.2002.2166.
  • Novotny V., Basset Y., Miller S., Weiblen G., Bremer B., Cizek L. & Drozd P., 2002: Low host specificity of herbivorous insects in a tropical forest. Nature 416(6883): 841–844.
  • Novotny V., Basset Y., Auga J., Boen W., Dal C., Drozd P., Kasbal M., Isua B., Kutil R., Manumbor M. & Molem K., 1999: Predation risk for herbivorous insects on tropical vegetation: A search for enemy-free space and time. Australian Journal of Ecology 24(5): 477–483.
  • Ševčík J. (2010): Czech and Slovak Diptera associated with fungi. Slezské zemské muzeum, Opava. 112 pp.