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PhD. Angie Díaz

  • Marine Biology, Catholic University of the Santísima Concepción, 2006.

  • Master’s in Biological Sciences mention ecology and evolutionary biology, University of Chile, 2009.

  • Doctorate in Sciences with mention in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Chile, 2013


  • Catholic University of the Santísima Concepción
  • Evolution
  • Molecular ecology
  • Molecular systematics
  • Biology
  • Marine biogeography
  • Maturana CS; Rosenfeld S; Biersma EM; Segovia NI; González-Wevar CA; Díaz A; & Jackson JA. 2021. Historical biogeography of the Gondwanan freshwater genus Boeckella (Crustacea): Timing and modes of speciation in the Southern Hemisphere. Diversity and Distributions 2021. Doi: 10.1111/ddi.13405
  • González-Wevar CA; Segovia NI; Rosenfeld S; Noll D; Maturana CS; Hüne M; Naretto J; Gérard K; Díaz A; Spencer HG; Saucède T; Féral JP, Morley SA; Brickle P; Wilson NG and Poulin E. 2021. Contrasting biogeographical patterns in Margarella (Gastropoda: Calliostomatidae: Margarellinae) across the Antarctic Polar Front. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 156: 107039
  • Maturana CS; Díaz A; Merino C. 2020. Freshwater crustaceans in Antarctic and sub-Antarctic lakes. GBIF checklist dataset.
  • Martínez A; Navarrete D; de la Puente B; Poulin E; Merino C & Díaz A. 2020. First record of the genetic diversity and demographic history of the sea cucumber Athyonidium chilensis (Semper, 1868) for Chile. Bulletin of the National Museum of Natural History. 69 (1): 87-95
  • Glon HE; Costa M; de Lecea AM; C. Goodwin S; Cartwright; Díaz A; Brickle P & Brewin PE. 2020. First record of the plumose sea anemone, Metridium senile (Linnaeus, 1761), from the Falkland Islands. BioInvasions Records. 9 (3): 461–470