Pavel HULVA

 

Contact information:

Doc. RNDr. Pavel Hulva, Ph.D.

Phone: +420221951848

Fax: +420221951841
E-mail: hulva@natur.cuni.cz

Room: 219

 

Research interests:

Molecular evolution (phylogenetics, phylogeography, landscape genetics, population genetics), bats (Chiroptera) and mammals (Mammalia).

 

Current projects:

Molecular phylogenetics (Chiroptera, Rhinolophoidea, Vespertilionidae), phylogeography (Pipistrellus pipistrellus/pygmaeus complex, Rousettus aegyptiacus, Rhinopoma), biogeography (Mediterranean basin), landscape and population genetics (Pipistrellus, Erinaceus), social systems (Pipistrellus nathusii) and conservation genetics (Spermophilus).

 

Lectures:

 

Selected papers:

RANDI, E., HULVA, P., FABBRI, E., GALAVERNI, M., GALOV, A., KUSAK, J., BIGI, D., ČERNÁ BOLFÍKOVÁ, B., SMETANOVÁ, M., CANIGLIA, R. (2014). Multilocus detection of wolf x dog hybridization in Italy, and guidelines for marker selection. PLOS ONE, 9, e86409.

 

KOUBÍNOVÁ, D., IRWIN, N., HULVA, P., KOUBEK, P., ZIMA, J. (2013). Hidden diversity in Senegalese bats and associated findings in the systematics of the family Vespertilionidae. Frontiers in Zoology 10: 48.

 

KOČÁREK, 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, e66900.

 

BOLFÍKOVÁ, B., KONEČNÝ, A., PFÄFFLE, M., SKUBALLA, J., HULVA, P. (2013). Population biology of establishment in New Zealand hedgehogs inferred from genetic and historical data: conflict or compromise? Molecular Ecology 22: 3709-3720.

 

HULVA, P., MAREŠOVÁ, T., DUNDAROVA, H., BILGIN, R., BENDA, P., BARTONIČKA, T. & HORÁČEK, I. (2012). Environmental margin and island evolution in Middle Eastern populations of the Egyptian fruit bat. Molecular Ecology, 21, 6104-6116.

 

BOLFÍKOVÁ B. & HULVA P. (2012). Microevolution of sympatry: landscape genetics of hedgehogs Erinaceus europaeus and E. roumanicus in Central Europe. Heredity, 108, 248-255.

 

EVIN A., HORÁČEK I., HULVA P. (2011). Phenotypic diversification and island evolution of pipistrelle bats (Pipistrellus pipistrellus group) in the Mediterranean region inferred from geometric morphometrics and molecular phylogenetics. Journal of Biogeography, 38, 2091–2105.

 

HULVA, P., FORNŮSKOVÁ, A., CHUDÁRKOVÁ, A., EVIN, A., ALLEGRINI, B., BENDA, P. & BRYJA, J. (2010). Mechanisms of radiation in a bat group from the genus Pipistrellus inferred by phylogeography, demography and population genetics. Molecular Ecology, 19, 5417-5431.

 

BENDA, P., REITER, A., AL-JUMAILY, M., NASHER, A.K., HULVA, P. (2009). A new species of mouse-tailed bat (Chiroptera: Rhinopomatidae: Rhinopoma) from Yemen. Journal of the National Museum (Prague), Natural History Series, 177, 5368.

 

HULVA, P., BENDA, P., HANÁK, V., EVIN, A. & HORÁČEK, I. (2007). New mitochondrial lineages within the Pipistrellus pipistrellus complex from Mediterranean Europe. Folia Zoologica, 56(4), 378-388.


HULVA, P., HORÁČEK, I. & BENDA, P. (2007). Molecules, morphometric and new fossils provide an integrated view of the evolutionary history of Rhinopomatidae (Mammalia: Chiroptera). BMC Evolutionary Biology, 7, 165. (28pp). PDF


HULVA, P. & HORÁČEK, I. (2006). Cryptic sympatric diversity in Emballonura alecto: further bat species? Acta Chiropterologica, 8(2), 537542.


BENDA, P., HULVA, P. & GAISLER, J. (2004). Systematic status of African populations of Pipistrellus pipistrellus complex (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae), with a description of a new species from Cyrenaica, Libya. Acta Chiropterologica, 6(2), 193217.

 

HULVA, P., HORÁČEK, I., STRELKOV, P.P. & BENDA, P. (2004). Molecular architecture of Pipistrellus pipistrellus/Pipistrellus pygmaeus complex (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae): further cryptic species and Mediterranean origin of the divergence. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 32(3), 10231035. PDF

 

HULVA, P. & HORÁČEK, I. (2002). Craseonycteris thonglongyai (Chiroptera: Craseonycteridae) is a rhinolophoid: molecular evidence from cytochrome b. Acta Chiropterologica, 4(2), 107120. PDF