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[1] Garcia, M,Bain, A,Tzeng, HY,et al. Portable Microsatellite Primers For Ficus (moraceae)[J]. American Journal Of Botany,2012,99(5):E187-e192.

[2] Pei Yang,Zongbo Li,Yanqiong Peng,et al. Exchange Of Hosts: Can Agaonid Fig Wasps Reproduce Successfully In The Figs Of Non-host Ficus?[J]. Naturwissenschaften,2012,99(3):199-205.

[3] Ding Gu,Darong Yang,Stephen G. Compton,et al. Age At Pollination Modifies Relative Male And Female Reproductive Success In A Monoecious Fig Tree[J]. Symbiosis,2012,57(2):73-81.

[4] Zhang, Y,Yang, DR,Peng, YQ*,et al. Costs Of Inflorescence Longevity For An Asian Fig Tree And Its Pollinator[J]. Evolutionary Ecology,2012,26(3):513-527.

[5] Junko Kusumi,Hiroshi Azuma,Hsy-Yu Tzeng,et al. Phylogenetic Analyses Suggest A Hybrid Origin Of The Figs (moraceae: Ficus) That Are Endemic To The Ogasawara (bonin) Islands, Japan[J]. Molecular Phylogenetics And Evolution,2012,63(1):168-179.

[6] Cong Liu,Da-Rong Yang,Yan-Qiong Peng*. Body Size In A Pollinating Fig Wasp And Implications For Stability In A Fig-pollinator Mutualism[J]. Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata,2011,138(3):249-255.

[7] Astrid Cruaud*,Roula Jabbour-Zahab,Gwenaëlle Genson,et al. Out Of Australia And Back Again: The World-wide Historical Biogeography Of Non-pollinating Fig Wasps (hymenoptera: Sycophaginae)[J]. Journal Of Biogeography,2011,38(2):209-225.

[8] Bai-Ge Miao,Da-Rong Yang,Cong Liu,et al. The Impact Of A Gall Midge On The Reproductive Success Of Ficus Benjamina, A Potentially Invasive Fig Tree[J]. Biological Control,2011,59(2):228-233.

[9] Astrid Cruaud*,Roula Jabbour-Zahab,Gwenaëlle Genson,et al. Phylogeny And Evolution Of Life-history Strategies In The Sycophaginae Non-pollinating Fig Wasps (hymenoptera, Chalcidoidea)[J]. Bmc Evolutionary Biology,2011,11(X):178.

[10] Peng, YQ,Compton, SG,Yang, DR*. The Reproductive Success Of Ficus Altissima And Its Pollinator In A Strongly Seasonal Environment: Xishuangbanna, Southwestern China[J]. Plant Ecology,2010,209(2 Si):227-236.

[11] ZHEN- JI WANG,YAN-QIONG PENG,STEPHENG . COMPTON,et al. Reproductive Strategies Of Two Forms Of Flightless Males In A Non-pollinating Fig Wasp Under Partial Local Mate Competition[J]. Ecological Entomology,2010,35(6):691-697.

[12] Chen, JY,Lee, S,Cao, YQ,et al. Ethnomycological Use Of Medicinal Chinese Caterpillar Fungus, Ophiocordyceps Sinensis (berk.) G. H. Sung Et Al. (ascomycetes) In Northern Yunnan Province, Sw China[J]. International Journal Of Medicinal Mushrooms,2010,12(4):427-434.

[13] Li, ZB,Yang, P,Peng, YQ,et al. Ultrastructure Of Antennal Sensilla Of Female Ceratosolen Solmsi Marchali (hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea: Agaonidae: Agaoninae)[J]. Canadian Entomologist,2009,141(5):463-477.

[14] Wen-Juan Ma,Da-Rong Yang,Yan-Qiong Peng. Disturbance Effects On Community Structure Of Ficus Tinctoria Fig Wasps In Xishuangbanna, China: Implications For The Fig/fig Wasp Mutualism[J]. Insect Science,2009,16(5):417-424.

[15] Zhang, FP,Peng, YQ,Compton, SG,et al. Host Pollination Mode And Mutualist Pollinator Presence: Net Effect Of Internally Ovipositing Parasite In The Fig-wasp Mutualism[J]. Naturwissenschaften,2009,96(4):543-549.

[16] WJ Ma,YQ Peng,DR Yang*. Coevolution Of Reproductive Characteristics In Three Dioecious Fig Species And Their Pollinator Wasps[J]. Symbiosis,2009,49(2):87-94.

[17] Zhang, FP,Peng, YQ,Guan, JM,et al. A Species Of Fig Tree And Three Unrelated Fig Wasp Pollinators[J]. Evolutionary Ecology Research,2008,10(4):611-620.

[18] Peng YanQiong,Duan ZhuBiao,Yang DaRong*,et al. Co-occurrence Of Two Eupristina Species On Ficus Altissima In Xishuangbanna, Sw China[J]. Symbiosis,2008,45(1-3):9-14.

[19] HARRISON Rhett D.,RØNSTED Nina,PENG Yan-Qiong. Foreword - Fig And Fig Wasp Biology: A Perspective From The East[J]. Symbiosis,2008,45(1-3):1-8.

[20] Yang DaRong,Peng YanQiong,Yang Pei,et al. The Community Structure Of Insects Associated With Figs At Xishuangbanna, China[J]. Symbiosis,2008,45(1-3):153-157.