♦ Peer reviewed

– Leray M. and Knowlton K. 2016. Censusing marine eukaryotic diversity in the twenty-first century. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 371:20150331 link

– Al-Rshaidat M.M.D., Snider A., Rosebraugh S., Devine A.M., Devine T.D., Plaisance L., Knowlton N., Leray M. 2016. Deep COI sequencing of standardized benthic samples unveils overlooked diversity of Jordanian coral reefs in the Northern Red Sea. Genome In press link

– Leray M. Meyer C.P. and Mills S.C. 2015. Metabarcoding dietary analysis of coral dwelling predatory fish demonstrates the minor contribution of coral mutualists to their highly partitioned, generalist diet. PeerJ 3:e1047 link

Leray M. and Knowlton K. 2015. DNA barcoding and metabarcoding reveal fine scale patterns of diversity in cryptic benthic communities. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112: 2076-2081 link

– Stier A.C and Leray M. 2014.Predator alter community organization of coral reef cryptofauna and reduce abundance of coral mutualists. Coral Reefs 33: 181-191

Leray M., Yang J.Y, Meyer C.P., Mills S.C, Agudelo N., Ranwez V., Boehm J.T. and Machida R.J. 2013. A new versatile primer set targeting a short fragment of the mitochondrial COI region for metabarcoding metazoan diversity – application for characterizing coral reef fish gut contents. Frontiers in Zoology 10(34) link

– Leray M., Agudelo N., Mills S.C. & Meyer C.P. 2013. Effectiveness of annealing blocking primers versus restriction enzymes for characterization of generalist diets: unexpected prey revealed in the gut contents of two coral reef fish species. PLoS ONE 8(4) link

– Leray M., Beraud M., Anker A., Chancerelle Y. & Mills S.C. 2012. Acanthaster Planci outbreak: decline in coral health, coral size structure modification and consequences for obligate decapod assemblages. PLoS ONE 7(4) link

– Leray M., Boehm J.T., Mills S.C. & Meyer C.P. 2012. Moorea BIOCODE barcode library as a tool for understanding predator prey interactions – insights into the diet of common predatory coral reef fishes. Coral Reefs 31: 383-388

Stier A.C., Gil M.A., McKeon C.S., Lemer S., Leray M., Mills S.C. & Osenberg C.W. 2012. Housekeeping mutualisms: do more symbionts facilitate host performance. PLoS ONE 7(4) link

– Leray M., Beldade R., Holbrook S.J., Schmitt R.J., Planes S. & Bernardi G. 2010. Allopatric divergence and speciation in coral reef fish: the three-spot dascyllus, Dascyllus trimaculatus, species complex. Evolution 64: 1218-1230 link

Leray M., Beldade R., Holbrook S.J., Schmitt R.J., Planes S. & Bernardi G. 2009. Isolation and characterization of 13 polymorphic nuclear microsatellite primers for the widespread Indo-Pacific three-spot damselfish, Dascyllus trimaculatus, and closely related D. auripinnis. Molecular Ecology Resources 9: 213-215

– Van Herwerden L., Choat J.H., Newman S., Leray M. & Hillesroy G. 2009. Complex patterns of population structure and recruitment of Plectropomus leopardus (Pisces: Epinephelidae) in the Indo west Pacific: implications for fisheries management. Marine Biology 156(8): 1595-1607

♦ Book chapters

– Knowlton N., Leray M. 2016. Exploring coral reefs using the tools of molecular genetics. Book Chapter In C. Birkeland (ed.) Coral Reefs in the Anthropocene

– Bourlat S.J., Haenel Q., Finnman J., Leray M. 2016. Preparation of amplicon libraries for metabarcoding of marine eukaryotes using Illumina MiSeq: the dual-PCR method. Book Chapter In S.J. Bourlat (ed) Marine Genomics: Methods and Protocols

Leray M., Bourlat S.J., Haenel Q. 2016. Preparation of amplicon libraries for metabarcoding of marine eukaryotes using Illumina MiSeq: the adapter ligation method. Book Chapter In S.J. Bourlat (ed) Marine Genomics: Methods and Protocols

– Leray M. and Knowlton K. 2016. Visualizing patterns of marine eukaryotic diversity from metabarcoding data using QIIME. Book Chapter In S.J. Bourlat (ed) Marine Genomics: Methods and Protocols

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