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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.
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)
Ascensão, F., Mata, C., Malo, J.E., Ruiz-Capillas, P., Silva, C., Silva, A.P., Santos-Reis, M. & Fernandes, C. (2016) Disentangle the causes of the road barrier effect in small mammals through genetic patterns.PLOS One, 11(3), e0151500. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0151500 (IF2016 2,806; Q1 Multidisciplinary Sciences)