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Ana C. A. Silva is conducting the Ph.D. thesis “Adaptive capacity and distribution responses of species with different thermal ranges under climate change: an investigation using two sister species of Australian skinks” within the Molecular Ecology and Evolution sub-group of cE3c, under the supervision of Craig Moritz from the Australian National University, and M. Manuela Coelho and Carlos Fernandes from cE3c.
Bragg, J.G., Potter, S., Afonso Silva, A.C., Hoskin, C.J., Bai, B.Y.H. & Moritz, C. (2018) Phylogenomics of a rapid radiation: the Australian rainbow skinks.BMC Evolutionary Biology, 18, . DOI:10.1186/s12862-018-1130-4 (IF2017 3,027; Q2 Evolutionary Biology)
Afonso Silva, A.C., Santos, N., Ogivie, H.A. & Moritz, C. (2017) Validation and description of two new north-western Australian Rainbow skinks with multispecies coalescent methods and morphology.PeerJ, 5, e3724. DOI:10.7717/peerj.3724 (IF2017 2,118; Q1 Multidisciplinary Sciences)
Silva, A.C., Bragg, J.G., Potter, S., Fernandes C., Coelho, M.M. & Moritz, C. (2017) Tropical specialist versus climate generalist: diversification and demographic history of sister species of Carlia skinks from northwestern Australia.Molecular Ecology, 26(15), 4045-4058. DOI:10.1111/mec.14185 (IF2017 6,131; Q1 Ecology)
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