DL4Dunja Lamatsch


Present position:

Senior scientist,
Head of Working Group

Research area:

Molecular & Cytogenetic Evolution of Asexual
Aquatic Organisms



+43 512 507-50204 (office),
+43 512 507-50215 (lab)

photo: M. Döhler, credit transferred

Employment History · Research · Staff · Projects · Teaching · Publications ·
Cooperation partners

Employment History

  • September 1, 2012–present:
    Senior scientist at the Research Department for Limnology, Mondsee of the University of Innsbruck and
    Honorary research fellow at the University of Sheffield (Sheffield, UK)
  • 2008–August 31, 2012:
    Senior scientist at the Institute for Limnology in Mondsee, Austrian Academy of Sciences and
    Honorary research fellow at the University of Sheffield (Sheffield, UK)
  • (2010–2011):
    maternal leave

  • 2006–2007:
    Marie Curie Postdoctoral Research Fellow , Institute for Animal and Plant Sciences, University of Sheffield (Sheffield, UK ) ·

  • 2005–2006:
    Marie Curie Postdoctoral Research Fellow , Institute of Freshwater Biology, Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (Brussels, Belgium)

  • 2001–2004:
    Postdoctoral Fellowship
    of the German Research Foundation (Co-PI with M Schartl) at the Institute for Physiological Chemistry I, University of Würzburg (Würzburg, Germany)

  • 1997–2001:
    thesis at the Institute for Physiological Chemistry I, University of Würzburg (Würzburg, Germany)

  • 1995–1996:
    Master thesis
    at the Max Planck Institute for Behavioral Physiology Seewiesen (Seewiesen, Germany)



The paradox of sex remains the queen of problems in evolutionary biology.

Titelblatt: "Der Spiegel" Why SexWaageSexual reproduction is widespread throughout the animal and plant kingdoms, but undercertain conditions remain costly compared to asexual reproduction. Sex creates a wide variety of genotypes on which natural selection can act, but it also breaks up favourable gene combinations. Asexuals have the ability to preserve their genome and to propagate genotypes that have a previous history of success.

In addition, asexuals can reproduce twice as fast as sexuals, because all, rather than half, of their offspring are themselves capable of reproduction. Although asexual reproduction offers several clear short-term advantages, ruling evolutionary theory dictates that the absence of a mechanism for rapid genetic change will direct clones persisting over long time frames into evolutionary dead ends. Several animal and plant groups nevertheless show a large incidence of asexual reproduction and some lineages might have been fully asexual for many millions of years.



Staff and group members



De novo whole genome sequencing of the invasive asexual Prussian carp (Carassius gibelio) and its threatened native European relative, C. carassius - EASI Genomics (Jul 2020 - Jan 2023)

Bioinformatics Centre Hradec Kralove - EU – Erasmus+, Physalia courses (Sept 2019 – Aug 2022)

Fate and effect of waste water-borne manufactured nanomaterials in the aquatic food chain (FENOMENO) ERA-NET SIINN (2015-2018) (together with J. Wanzenböck

PR and media articles for FENOMENO:

- ipoint University of Innsbruck

- der Standard
- OOE Nachrichten
- Wr. Zeitung
- Tiroler Tageszeitung
- Bezirksrundschau
- wetter.at
- DaNa-Plattform für Nanotechnologie
- Twitter

- Vorläufige Entwarnung - Universität Siegen
- Nanopartikel ein übersehenes Umweltproblem in Gut zu Wissen, TV Beitrag, Bayerischer Rundfunk
- Der Mondsee im Fokus der Umweltforschung -Universität Innsbruck
- Xenius - Nanopartikel, Superteilchen oder unsichtbare Gefahr


Vogt R., Mozhayeva D., Steinhoff B., Schardt A., Spelz B. T. F., Philippe A., Kurtz S., Schaumann G. E., Engelhard C., Schönherr C., Lamatsch D.K., Wanzenböck, J. (2019). Spatiotemporal distribution of silver and silver-containing nanoparticles in a prealpine lake in relation to the discharge from a wastewater treatment plant, Science of the Total Environment 696: 134034

Hartmann S., Vogt R., Kunze J., Rauschert A., Kuhnert K.- D., Wanzenböck J., Lamatsch D.K., Witte, K. (2018): Zebrafish larvae show negative phototaxis to near-infrared light. PLOSone 13(11): e0207264. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0207264  

- PR and information about results at the website of Fischereiverein Mondsee  fishermen delivered freshly caught fish from lake Mondsee for lab analyses within the project

Molecular Cytogenetics in Teleost Fishes (Coregoninae and Cyprinidae) (2014)-ÖAD project "Bilaterale Aktionen" with Czech Republic

Gynogenesis as a dispersal strategy
(Funds of the EAWAG, PI with Dr. Jukka Jokela, EAWAG Zürich, Switzerland, Dr. Jouni Taskinen & Manuel Deinhard, University of Jyväskylä, Finland)

The Prussian carp, Carassius gibelio, was introduced to Europe from East Asia, probably as a triploid all-female gynogenetic lineage whose clonal reproduction relies on sperm from related species inducing the asexual egg development. Since its introduction, the Prussian carp invaded most of European fresh water systems and started developing diploid and tetraploid forms, males and sexual modes of reproduction. The mechanism of the observed changes is not well understood. Distribution patterns suggest that the Prussian carp is invasive and displaces its sexual sperm-donor, the European crucian carp (C. carassius).

We investigate the parasite community, ploidy and genetic structure of several European populations of successfully spreading gynogenetic Prussian carp, as well as of their sperm donor, the indigenous Crucian carp. Crossing experiments will give insights into the mechanism of gynogenesis.

Gynogenetic Prussian carp (photo: Jussi Pennanen) Flow cytometric measurement of genome size

Gynogenetic Prussian carp (photo: Jussi Pennanen)                                                                                              Flow cytometric measurement of genome size

"Sex determination and sex chromosome evolution in (invasive) Mosquito fishes"

Mosquito fish, Gambusia affinis

                             Mosquito fish, Gambusia affinis

With an alarming decline in biodiversity, conservation biologists have been facing two pressing tasks: 1) protecting and recovering the populations of endangered species, and 2) controlling invasive pest species which threaten native biota. These two tasks usually require different theoretical and/or methodological frameworks.

Recently, the introduction of individuals, carrying ‘Trojan’ sex chromosomes (i.e. hormone-treated individuals whose sex has been reversed from their genotype), into wild populations has been proposed as a potential way of not only exterminating invasive pest species but also of saving endangered species. However, the ecology of individuals carrying Trojan sex chromosomes (i.e. sex-reversed individuals) and their offspring is virtually unknown. Thus, empirical work on the use of Trojan sex chromosomes is urgently required.

We will conduct the first comprehensive investigation quantifying the fitness of sex-reversed individuals and their offspring, using an invasive fish species. We will use three different approaches: morphological, endocrinological and behavioural measurements. This work will extend our knowledge of the intricate relationships among genes, hormones and phenotypic characters.  Importantly, it will explore the feasibility of introducing Trojan individuals into wild populations for conservation proposes. Therefore, our project will ensure that New Zealand remains a front runner in the field of conservation biology.




Bachelor theses

  • Nadine Falbesoner (ongoing)
  • Eva Schuler (ongoing)
  • Simon Duschl (2018)
  • Tamara Gfall (2018)
  • Manuel Harringer (2018)
  • Tanja Kusstatscher (2017)
  • Aylin Olgun (2016)
  • Mirjam Jehle (2015)
  • Julia Wimmer (2015)
  • Lukas Ajchler (2015)
  • Andreas Meindl (2015)
  • Marlene Oefele (2015)
  • Lisa Strasser (2012)
  • Irene Riedl (2012)
  • Stefan Holl (2011)
  • Manuel Deinhardt (2009)
  • Michaela Zopf (2009)

Master theses

  • Aylin Olgun (ongoing)
  • Katharina Pixner (joint supervision with J. Wanzenböck) (2020)
  • Sarah Gugele (joint supervision with J. Wanzenböck) (2016)
  • Manuel Deinhardt (2013)

PhD theses

2020 (SS)

  • Wahlmodul Genomevolution (BSc) (VO 474001 + UE 474002)

2019/2020 (WS)

  • Frauen in der Biologie (SE 743501)
  • Genderforschung in der Biologie (VO 743510)
  • Frauen in den Naturwissenschaften (SE 747511)

2019 (SS)

  • Wahlmodul Genomevolution (BSc) (VO 474001 + UE 474002)

2018 (SS)

  • Wahlmodul Genomevolution (BSc) (VO 474001 + UE 474002)

2017/2018 (WS)

  • Frauen in der Biologie (SE 743501)
  • Genderforschung in der Biologie (VO 743500)

2017 (SS)

  • Wahlmodul Genomevolution (BSc) (VO 474001 + UE 474002)
  • Frauen in der Biologie (SE 743501)
  • Genderforschung in der Biologie (VO 743500)

2016 (SS)

  • Wahlmodul Genomevolution (BSc) (VO 474001 + UE 474002)

2015/2016 (WS)

  • Frauen in der Biologie (SE 743501)
  • Genderforschung in der Biologie (VO 743500)

2015 (SS)

  • Wahlmodul Genomevolution (BSc) (VO 474001 + UE 474002)
  • Geschichte der Biologie (SE 743502)

2014/2015 (WS)

  • Frauen in der Biologie (SE 743501)
  • Genderforschung in der Biologie (VO 743500)

2014 (SS)

  • Geschichte der Biologie (VO 743502)

2013/2014 (WS)

  • Genderforschung in der Biologie (VO 743500) - feedback
  • Frauen in der Biologie (SE 743501)

2013 (SS)

  • Natur als Politikum (VO 743503)


  • „Basic molecular laboratory techniques“ (experimental laboratory course)
  • „Basic cytogenetic laboratory techniques“ (experimental laboratory course)


  • Workshop on “Flow Cytometry” (Aquatic Ecology, EAWAG, Duebendorf/Switzerland)


  • Workshop on “Basic molecular laboratory & population genetics techniques” (Lecture with exercises)
    (Department of Animal & Plant Sciences, University of Sheffield, UK)


  • “Biochemistry for medical students” (lecture with exercises)
    (Physiological Chemistry I, University of Würzburg, Germany)
  • Prüfer für den mündlichen Teil der Ärztlichen Vorprüfung (Biochemie)


  • “Biochemistry for medical students” (experimental laboratory course)
    (Physiological Chemistry I, University of Würzburg, Germany)




  • Vogt R., Hartmann S., Kunze J., Jupke J.F., Steinhoff B., Schönherr H., Kuhnert K.-D., Witte K., Lamatsch D. K., Wanzenböck J. (online first). Silver nanoparticles adversely affect the swimming behavior of European Whitefish (Coregonus lavaretus) larvae within the low µg/L range, Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A, 1-14. doi. 10.1080/15287394.2022.2102099

  • Kuhl H., Du K., Schartl M., Kalous L., Stöck M., Lamatsch D.K. (2022). Equilibrated evolution of the mixed auto-/allopolyploid haplotype-resolved genome of the invasive hexaploid Prussian carp. Nat Commun 13: 4092 https://doi.org/10.1038/s41467-022-31515-w

  • Vogt R., Steinhoff B., Mozhayeva D., Vogt E., Metreveli G., Schönherr H., Engelhard C., Wanzenböck J., Lamatsch D.K. (2021). Incubation media modify silver nanoparticle toxicity for whitefish (Coregonus lavaretus) and roach (Rutilus rutilus) embryos, Toxicology & Environmental Health, Part A: Current Issues, 85(4): 143-162 doi:10.1080/15287394.2021.1988014


  • Lehmann R., Kovařík A., Ocalewicz K., Kirtiklis L., Zuccolo A., Tegner J.N., Wanzenböck J., Bernatchez L., Lamatsch D.K., Symonová R. (2021). DNA transposon expansion is associated with genome size increase in mudminnows, Genome Biology and Evolution, evab228 doi.org/10.1093/gbe/evab228

  • Wanzenböck J., Hopfinger M., Wanzenböck S., Fuxjäger L., Rund H., Lamatsch D.K. (2021). First successful hybridization experiment between native European weatherfish (Misgurnus fossilis) and non-native Oriental weatherfish (M. anguillicaudatus) reveals no evidence for postzygotic barriers, NeoBiota 69: 29–50. https://doi.org/10.3897/neobiota.69.67708

  • Stöck M., Dedukh D., Reifova R., Lamatsch D.K., Starostova Z., Janko K. (2021). Sex chromosomes in meiotic, hemiclonal, clonal and polyploid hybrids: along the ‘extended speciation continuum’ Philosophical Transactions Royal Society B, B 376: 20200103, themed issue “Challenging the paradigm in sex chromosome evolution: empirical and theoretical insights with a focus on vertebrates, Kratochvíl L, Stöck M, guest editors)  doi.org/10.1098/rstb.2020.0103

  • McElroy K.E., Müller S., Lamatsch D., Bankers L., Fields P.D., Jalinsky J.R., Sharbrough J., Boore J.L., Logsdon J.M.Jr., Neiman M. (2021). Asexuality associated with marked genomic expansion of tandemly repeated rRNA and histone genes. Molecular Biology & Evolution 38(9):3581-3592. doi: 10.1093/molbev/msab121

  • Kuhl H., Guigen Y., Höhne C., Kreuz E., Du K., Klopp C., Lopez-Roques C., Yebra-Pimentel E.S., Ciorpac M., Gessner J., Holostenco D., Kleiner W., Kohlmann K., Lamatsch D.K., Prokopov D., Bestin A., Bonpunt E., Debeuf B., Haffray P., Morvezen R., Patrice P., Suciu R., Dirks R., Wuertz S., Kloas W., Schartl M., Stöck M. (2021). A 180 Myr-old female-specific genome region in sturgeon reveals the oldest known vertebrate sex determining system with undifferentiated sex chromosomes. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B 376: 20200089. https://doi.org/10.1098/rstb.2020.0089


  • Kottler V.A.,  Feron R., Nanda I., Klopp C., Du K., Kneitz S., Helmprobst F., Lamatsch D.K.,  Lopez-Roques C., Lluch J.,  Journot L., Parrinello H., Guiguen Y., Schartl M. (2020). Independent Origin of XY and ZW Sex Determination Mechanisms in Mosquitofish Sister Species, Genetics


  • Vogt R., Mozhayeva D., Steinhoff B., Schardt A., Spelz B. T. F., Philippe A., Kurtz S., Schaumann G. E., Engelhard C., Schönherr C., Lamatsch D.K., Wanzenböck, J. (2019). Spatiotemporal distribution of silver and silver-containing nanoparticles in a prealpine lake in relation to the discharge from a wastewater treatment plant, Science of the Total Environment 696: 134034, doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.134034


  • Hartmann S., Vogt R., Kunze J., Rauschert A., Kuhnert K.- D., Wanzenböck J., Lamatsch D.K., Witte, K. (2018): Zebrafish larvae show negative phototaxis to near-infrared light. PLOSone 13(11): e0207264. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0207264

  • Symonova R., Vrobová I., Lamatsch D.K., Paar J., Matzke-Karas R., Schmit O., Martens K., Müller S. (2018). Karyotype Variability and Inter-Population Genomic Differences in Freshwater Ostracods (Crustacea) Showing Geographical Parthenogenesis. Genes 9(3), 150.


  • Senior A.M., Lim J.N., Adolfsson S., Lamatsch D.K., Nakagawa S. (2016). Condition and reproductive investment in the western mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis): little evidence for condition-dependent sex biased investment. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 119: 430-435  DOI: 10.1111/bij.12813


  • Lamatsch D.K., Adolfsson S., Senior A.M., Christiansen G., Pichler M., Ozaki Y., Smeds L., Schartl M., Nakagawa S. (2015). A transcriptome derived sex –specific marker in the invasive Western mosquitofish Gambusia affinis. PLoSOne 2015 Feb 23;10(2):e0118214. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0118214.


  • Schlupp I., Lamatsch D.K., Teege K., Parzefall J. (2014): Food finding ability in several molly species (Poecilia spp.), including the unisexual Amazon molly. Bulletin of Fish Biology 14 (in press).


  • Schmit O., Bode S.N.S., Camacho A., Horne D.J., Lamatsch D.K., Martens K., Martins M.J., Namiotko T., Rossetti G., Rueda-Sevilla J., Schön I., Vandekerkhove J., Mesquita-Joanes F. (2013). Linking present environment and reproductive modes segregation (Geographic Parthenogenesis) in Eucypris virens (Crustacea: Ostracoda). Journal of Biogeography 40:2396–2408

  • Stöck M., Lamatsch D.K. (2013). Why Comparing Polyploidy Research in Animals and Plants. Cytogenet Genome Res 140:75-78 DOI: 10.1159/000353304

  • Book: Trends in Polyploidy Research in Animals and Plants (M. Stöck, DK Lamatsch, eds.) (2013).  Cytogenetic and Genome Research themed issue 140 (2-4) 2013
    Dunja Lamatsch

  • Rylková K., Kalous L., Bohlen J., Lamatsch D.K., Petrtýl M. (2013). Phylogeny and biogeographic history of the cyprinid fish genus Carassius (Teleostei: Cyprinidae) with focus on natural and anthropogenic arrivals in Europe. Aquaculture 380-383: 13-20.


  • Adolfsson S., Lamatsch D.K., Paczesniak D., Michalakis Y., Martens K., Schön I., Butlin R. K., Jokela J. (2011). Mitochondrial cluster-specific genome size variability among sexual and asexual lineages of the ostracod Eucypris virens species group. Joannea Geol. Paläont. 11: 9-12

  • Lamatsch D.K., Trifonov V., Schories S., Epplen J.T., Schmid M., Schartl M. (2011). Isolation of a cancer-associated microchromosome in the sperm-dependent parthenogen Poecilia formosa. Cytogenetics and Genome Research doi: 10.1159/000331271

  • Bruvo R., Adolfsson S., Symonova R., Lamatsch D.K., Schön I., Jokela J., Butlin R.K., Müller, S. (2011). Few parasites, and no evidence for Wolbachia infections in a freshwater ostracod inhabiting temporary ponds. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 102: 208–216. doi: 10.1111/j.1095-8312.2010.01556.x PDF


  • Stöck M., Ustinova J., Lamatsch D.K., Schartl M., Perrin N., Moritz C. (2010). A vertebrate reproductive system involving three ploidy levels: Hybrid origin of triploids in a contact zone of diploid and tetraploid Palearctic green toads (Bufo viridis subgroup). Evolution 64: 944-959. doi: 10.1111/j.1558-5646.2009.00876.x http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1558-5646.2009.00876.x/full

  • Adolfsson S., Michalakis Y., Paczesniak D., Bode S.N.S., Butlin R.K., Lamatsch D.K., Martins M.J.F., Schmit O., Vandekerkhove J., Jokela J. (2010). Evaluation of elevated ploidy and asexual reproduction as alternative explanations for geographic parthenogenesis in Eucypris virens ostracods. Evolution. 64: 986-997. doi:10.1111/j.1558-5646.2009.00872.x PDF

  • Bode S.N.S., Adolfsson S., Lamatsch D.K., Martins M.J.F., Schmit O., Vandekerkhove J., Mezquita F., Namiotko T., Rossetti G., Schön I., Butlin R.K., Martens K. (2010): Exceptional cryptic diversity and multiple origins of parthenogenesis in a freshwater ostracod. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 54: 542–552. doi:10.1016/j.ympev.2009.08.022 PDF

  • Lamatsch D.K. , Stöck M., Fuchs R., Döbler M., Wacker R., Parzefall J., Schlupp I., Schartl M. (2010). Morphology, testes development and behaviour of unusual triploid males in microchromosome-carrying clones of Poecilia formosa. Journal of Fish Biology 77: 1459–1487. doi: 10.1111/j.1095-8649.2010.02766.x Abstract

  • Sandberger L., Feldhaar H., Lampert K.P., Lamatsch D.K., Rodel M.O. (2010). Small, specialised and highly mobile? The tree-hole breeding frog, Phrynobatrachus guineensis, lacks fine-scale population structure. African Journal of Herpetology 59: 79-94. doi: 10.1080/04416651003788619 PDF


  • Lamatsch D.K., Stöck M. (2009). Sperm-dependent parthenogenesis and hybridogenesis in teleost fishes. In: Lost sex! The Evolutionary Biology of Parthenogenesis (eds. I. Schön, K. Martens & P. Van Dijk), pp. 399-432 Springer, Dordrecht. doi: 10.1007/978-90-481-2770-2_19 Abstract


  • Schön I., Lamatsch D.K., Martens K. (2008). Lessons to Learn from Ancient Asexuals. In: Genome Dynamics & Stability, Vol. 3 (eds. D. Lankenau & R. Egel) Springer Berlin / Heidelberg. Link

  • Lamatsch D.K., Fischer P., Geiger M., Lampert K.P., Schlupp I., Schartl M. (2008). Diploid Amazon mollies (P. formosa) show a higher fitness than triploids in clonal competition experiments. Evolutionary Ecology 23: 687-697. doi:10.1007/s10682-008-9264-2

  • Loewe L., Lamatsch, D.K. (2008). Muller´s ratchet may threaten the Amazon molly and other ancient asexuals. BMC Evolutionary biology 8: 88-108. doi:10.1186/1471-2148-8-88

  • Lamatsch, D.K., Lampert, K.P., Fischer, P., Schartl, M. (2008). A tetraploid Amazon molly, Poecilia formosa. Journal of Heredity 99: 223-226.. doi:10.1093/jhered/esm102


  • Lamatsch D.K., Lampert K.P., Fischer P., Epplen J.T., Nanda I., Schmid M., Schartl M. (2007). Automictic reproduction in interspecific hybrids of poeciliid fish, Current Biology 17: 1948-1953. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2007.09.064

  • Nanda I., Schlupp I., Lamatsch D.K., Lampert K.P., Schmid M., Schartl M. (2007). Stable inheritance of host species-derived microchromosomes in the gynogenetic fish, Poecilia formosa. Genetics 177: 917-926. doi:10.1534/genetics.107.076893

  • Schories S., Lampert P., Lamatsch D.K., García de León F.J., Schartl M. (2007). Analysis of a possible independent origin of triploid P. formosa outside of the Río Purificación river system. Frontiers in Zoology 4: 13. doi:10.1186/1742-9994-4-13

  • Janko K., Bohlen J., Lamatsch D.K., Flajshans M., Epplen J.T., Rab P., Kotlik P., Slechtova V. (2007). The gynogenetic reproduction of diploid and triploid hybrid spined loaches (Cobitis: Teleostei), and their ability to establish successful clonal lineages-on the evolution of polyploidy in asexual vertebrates. GENETICA 13: 185-194. doi:10.1007/s10709-006-9130-5


  • Sirviö A., Gadau J., Rueppell O., Lamatsch D.K., Boomsma J.J., Pamilo P., Page R.E. Jr. (2006). High recombination frequency creates genotypic diversity in colonies of the leaf-cutting ant Acromyrmex echinatior. JOURNAL OF EVOLUTIONARY BIOLOGY 19: 1475-1485. doi:10.1111/j.1420-9101.2006.01131.x

  • Lampert K.P., Lamatsch D.K., Schories S., Hopf A., Garcia de Leon F.J., Schartl M. (2006). Microsatellites for the gynogenetic Amazon molly, P. formosa: useful tools for detection of mutation rate, ploidy determination and overall genetic diversity. JOURNAL OF GENETICS 85: 67-71. PDF


  • Stöck M., Steinlein C., Lamatsch D.K., Schartl M., Schmid M. (2005). Multiple origin of tetraploid taxa in the Eurasian Bufo viridis subgroup. GENETICA 124: 255-272. PDF

  • Lamatsch D.K., Lampert K.P., Epplen J.T., Schartl M. (2005). Evidence for a monophyletic origin of the triploid clones of the Amazon molly, Poecilia formosa. EVOLUTION 59: 881–889. doi:10.1111/j.0014-3820.2005.tb01761.x


  • Lamatsch D.K., Nanda I., Schlupp I., Epplen J.T., Schmid M., Schartl M. (2004). Distribution and stability of supernumerary microchromosomes in natural populations of the Amazon molly, Poecilia formosa. CYTOGENETICS AND GENOME RESEARCH 106: 189-194. doi: 10.1159/000079286


  • Ziegler C., Lamatsch D.K., Schartl M., Schmid M. (2003). The giant B chromosomes of the cyprinid fish Alburnus alburnus harbours a specific retrotransposon repetitive sequence. Chromosome Res 11:23-35.


  • Stöck M., Lamatsch D.K. (2002). Triploide Wirbeltiere: Wege aus der Unfruchtbarkeit oder Eingeschlechtigkeit. Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau 55 (7): 349-358.

  • Stöck M., Lamatsch D.K., Steinlein C., Epplen J.T., Grosse W.R., Hock R., Klapperstück T., Lampert K., Scheer U., Schmid M., Schartl, M. (2002). Discovery of a bisexually reproducing all-triploid vertebrate. Nature Genetics 30: 325-328. doi:10.1038/ng839, PDF

  • Lamatsch D.K., Schmid M., Schartl M. (2002). Somatic mosaic of the gynogenetic Amazon molly, P. formosa (Poeciliidae, Teleostei). Journal of Fish Biology 60: 1417-1422. doi:10.1111/j.1095-8649.2002.tb02436.x


  • Lamatsch D.K., Nanda I., Epplen J.T., Schmid M., Schartl M. (2000). Unusual triploid males in a microchromosome carrying clone of the Amazon molly, Poecilia formosa. Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics 91: 148-156.

  • Lamatsch D.K., Steinlein C., Schmid M., Schartl M. (2000). Non-invasive determination of genome size and ploidy level in fishes by flow cytometry: detection of triploid Poecilia formosa. Cytometry 39: 91-95. Link


  • Schlupp I., Nanda I., Döbler M., Lamatsch D.K., Epplen J.T., Parzefall J., Schmid M., Schartl M. (1998). Dispensable and indispensable genes in an ameiotic fish, the Amazon molly Poecilia formosa. Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics 80: 193-198.

  • Lamatsch D.K., Sharbel T.F., Martin R., Bock C. (1998). A drop technique for flatworm chromosome preparation for light microscopy and high-resolution scanning electron microscopy. Chromosome Research 6: 654-656. Link


Prizes and other funding

  • Le Pôle interdisciplinaire d’études françaises (2018) - travel
  • Action D. Swarovski (2013) - publication



Cooperation partners


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