Xiaolei Huang

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Xiaolei Huang

Ph.D, Jinshan Professor

Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University

College of Plant Protection / Biological Control Research Institute

15 Shang xia dian Road, Cangshan District

Fuzhou 350002, CHINA

E-mail: huangxl@fafu.edu.cn;huangxlidae@hotmail.com

Education & Professionalexperiences

From2014.5, Professor, FujianAgriculture and ForestryUniversity

2012, Visiting Scientist, Universityof California, Irvine

2012.1-2014.8, Associate Professor, Instituteof Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

2011, Visiting Scientist, USDA Systematic Entomology Lab

2008.7-2011.12, Assistant Professor, Instituteof Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Ph.D.,Entomology & Biogeography, Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2008

Research interests

Main research interests of Huang Lab are in biodiversity patterns (character,distribution, species relationship) and their ecological and evolutionary mechanisms. The lab mainly uses agricultural and forestry insects as researchmodels. We try to integrate time (species phylogenetics and evolutionary history), space (spatial pattern of species distributions and genetic diversity), and relationship (ecological interactions and endosymbiosis between species) to understand scientific questions such as why agriculture and forestry pests can be pests, evolutionary patterns and processes of insect diversity, evolution and maintenance of species interactions. Multiple research approaches from different fields are recruited, including biodiversity,molecular phylogenetics, evolutionary biology, ecology, biogeography, genomics,and bioinformatics.

The lab is also interested in some topics of general interest in biology, including issueson biodiversity data sharing and related data policies, the challenges and opportunities in taxonomy. We try to understand these issues based onempirical studies.

Selected Publications(Total list: http://publicationslist.org/huangxl)

1.Xiaolei Huang*. 2014. Reproducibility in ecological research. Science, 346:1307.

2.Qinghua Liu, Jing Chen, Xiaolei Huang, Liyun Jiang, Gexia Qiao.2014. Ancient association with Fagaceae in the aphid tribe Greenideini(Hemiptera: Aphididae: Greenideinae). SystematicEntomology, doi: 10.1111/syen.12100

3.Xiaolei Huang, Gexia Qiao.2014. Aphids as models for ecological and evolutionary studies.Insect Science, 21:247-250.

4.Lin Liu, Xingyi Li, Xiaolei Huang*, Gexia Qiao. 2014.Evolutionary relationships of Pemphigusand allied genera (Hemiptera: Aphididae: Eriosomatinae) and their primaryendosymbiont, Buchnera aphidicola. Insect Science, 21: 301-312.

5.Yuan Wang, Xiaolei Huang*, Gexia Qiao. 2014. The complete mitochondrial genomeof Cervaphis quercus (Insecta:Hemiptera: Aphididae: Greenideinae). InsectScience, 21: 278-290.

6.Xiaolei Huang*, Gexia Qiao. 2014. Sharing andpublishing of biodiversity data: recent trends and future suggestions. Biodiversity Science, 22: 293-301.

7.Yuan Wang, Xiaolei Huang*, GexiaQiao. 2013. Comparative analysis of mitochondrial genomes of five aphid species(Hemiptera: Aphididae) and phylogenetic implications. PLoS ONE, 8(10): e77511.

8.Ruiling Zhang, Xiaolei Huang, Liyun Jiang, Gexia Qiao. 2013. Molecularphylogenetic evidence for paraphyly of Ceratovacunaand Pseudoregma (Hemiptera,Hormaphidinae) reveals Late Tertiary radiation. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 103: 644-655.

9.Jian Zhang, Shengbin Chen, Bin Chen, YanjunDu, Xiaolei Huang, Xubin Pan, QiangZhang. 2013. Citizen science: integrating scientific research, ecologicalconservation and public participation. BiodiversityScience, 21: 738-749.

10.Xiaolei Huang*, Gexia Qiao, Colin Favret. 2013.Cladistics: The high cost of overspecialization. Nature, 497: 40.

11.Xiaolei Huang*, Bradford A. Hawkins, Gexia Qiao.2013. Biodiversity data sharing: will peer-reviewed data papers work? BioScience, 63: 5-6.

12.Lin Liu, Xiaolei Huang, Ruiling Zhang, Liyun Jiang and Gexia Qiao. 2013.Phylogenetic congruence between Mollitrichosiphum(Aphididae: Greenideinae) and Buchneraindicates insect-bacteria parallel evolution. Systematic Entomology, 38: 81-92.

13.Xiaolei Huang*, Bradford A. Hawkins, Fumin Lei,Gary L. Miller, Colin Favret, Ruiling Zhang, Gexia Qiao. 2012. Willing orunwilling to share primary biodiversity data: results and implications of aninternational survey. ConservationLetters, 5: 399-406.

14.XiaoleiHuang, Jinggong Xiang-Yu, Shanshan Ren, Ruiling Zhang,Yaping Zhang, Gexia Qiao. 2012. Molecular phylogeny and divergence times ofHormaphidinae (Hemiptera: Aphididae) indicate Late Cretaceous tribaldiversification. Zoological Journal ofthe Linnean Society, 165: 73-87.

15.XiaoleiHuang, Gexia Qiao. 2012. Biodiversity data sharing is notjust about species names: response to Santosand Branco. Trends in Ecology &Evolution, 27: 7-8.

16.XiaoleiHuang, Gexia Qiao. 2011. Biodiversity databases should gainsupport from journals. Trends in Ecology& Evolution, 26: 377-378.

17.XiaoleiHuang, Lin Liu, Gexia Qiao. 2011. Evolutionary relationshipsbetween aphids and their primary endosymbionts: hypothese and mechanisms. Acta Entomologica Sinica, 54: 582-588.

18.Xiaolei Huang, Gexia Qiao, Fumin Lei. 2010. Use of parsimony analysis toidentify areas of endemism of Chinese birds: implications for conservation andbiogeography. International Journal ofMolecular Sciences, 11: 2097-2108.

19.Xingya Wang, Xiaolei Huang, Liyun Jiang, Gexia Qiao. 2010. Predicting potentialdistribution of chestnut phylloxerid (Hemiptera: Phylloxeridae) based on GARPand Maxent ecological niche models. Journalof Applied Entomology, 134: 45-54.

20.XiaoleiHuang, Gexia Qiao. 2010. New trends in biogeography andapplications of biogeographical approaches in biodiversity conservation. ActaZootaxonomica Sinica, 35:158-164.

21.Xiaolei Huang, Fumin Lei, Gexia Qiao. 2008. Areas of endemism and patterns ofdiversity for aphids of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau and the Himalayas. Journal of Biogeography, 35: 230-240.

22.Xiaolei Huang, Gexia Qiao, Fumin Lei. 2006. Diversity and distribution of aphidsin the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau-Himalayas. EcologicalEntomology, 31: 608-615.

23.Xiaolei Huang, Gexia Qiao. 2006. Research status and trends in Aphidology. Acta Entomologica Sinica, 49: 1017-1026.

24.Xiaolei Huang, Lei Feng, Gexia Qiao. 2004. Similarity analysis and historical originon aphid fauna in Taiwan and mainland of China. Acta Zootaxonomica Sinica, 29: 194-201.