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  • 16. Enquist, BJ, X Feng, B Boyle, B Maitnerǂ, et al. (2019) The commonness of rarity: Global and future distribution of rarity across land plants. Science Advances, 5: eaaz0414. (preprint: 10.32942/
  • 15. Feng, X, Y Liang, B Gallardo, M Papeş. (2019). Integrating physiology and ecological niche modeling through Bayesian analysis: a case study of zebra mussel’s upper thermal limit. Ecography, DOI: 10.1111/ecog.04627
  • 14. Feng, X, DS Park, C Walker, AT Peterson, C Merow, M Papes. (2019). A checklist for maximizing reproducibility of ecological niche models. Nature Ecology & Evolution, DOI: 10.1038/s41559-019-0972-5
  • 13. Feng, X, DS Park, R Pandey, Y Liang and M Papeş. (2019). Collinearity in ecological niche modeling: confusions and challenges. Ecology & Evolution, DOI: 10.1002/ece3.5555
  • 12. Wang, Z, Y Li, X Su, S Tao, X Feng, Q Wang, X Xu, Y Liu, ST Michaletz, N Shrestha, M Larjavaara, BJ Enquist. (2019). Patterns and ecological determinants of woody plant height in eastern Eurasia and its relation to primary productivity, Journal of Plant Ecology, DOI:10.1093/jpe/rtz025


  • 11. Herrin, BH, MJ Beall, X Feng, M Papeş and SE Little. (2018). Canine and human infection with Borrelia burgdorferi in the New York City metropolitan area. Parasites & Vectors, 11: 187-187.
  • 10. Qiao, H, X Feng*, LE Escobar, AT Peterson, J Soberon, G Zhu and M Papeş. (2018). An evaluation of transferability of ecological niche models. Ecography, DOI: 10.1111/ecog.03986.


  • 9. Feng, X, M Castro, E Linde and M Papeş. (2017). Armadillo Mapper: a case study of an online application to update potential distribution estimates. Tropical Conservation Science, 10: 1-5.
  • 8. Feng, X, MC Castro, K McBee and M Papeş. (2017). Hiding in a cool climatic niche in the Tropics? An assessment of the ecological biogeography of hairy long-nosed armadillos (Dasypus pilosus). Tropical Conservation Science, 10: 1-13.
  • 7. Feng, X and M Papeş. (2017). Can incomplete knowledge of species’ physiology facilitate ecological niche modelling? A case study with virtual species. Diversity and Distributions, 23: 1157–1168.
  • 6. Feng, X and M Papeş. (2017). Physiological limits in an ecological niche modeling framework: a case study of water temperature and salinity constraints of freshwater bivalves invasive in USA. Ecological Modelling, 346: 48-57.
  • 5. Jog, SK, JT Bried, X Feng, AR Dzialowski, M Papeş, CA Davis. (2017). Can land use indicate wetland floristic quality and taxonomic distinctness? Ecological Indicators, 78: 331-339.


  • 4. Bried, JT, AM Siepielski, D Dvorett, SK Jog, MA Patten, X Feng, CA Davis. (2016). Species residency status affects model selection and hypothesis testing in freshwater community ecology. Freshwater Biology, 61: 1568-1579.
  • 3. Feng, X, TCS Anacleto, M Papeş. (2016). Climatic similarity of extant and extinct Dasypus armadillos. Journal of Mammalian Evolution, 24: 193-206.


  • 2. Feng, X, C Lin, H Qiao, L Ji. (2015). Assessment of climatically suitable area for Syrmaticus reevesii under climate change. Endangered Species Research, 28: 19-31.
  • 1. Feng, X and M Papeş. (2015). Ecological niche modelling confirms potential north-east range expansion of the nine-banded armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) in the USA. Journal of Biogeography, 42: 803-807.