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Phylogenomics of phrynosomatid lizards: conflicting signals from sequence capture versus restriction site associated DNA sequencing

Leaché AD, Chavez AS, Jones LN, Grummer JA, Gottscho AD, Linkem CW.  2015.  Phylogenomics of phrynosomatid lizards: conflicting signals from sequence capture versus restriction site associated DNA sequencing. Genome biology and evolution. 7:706–719.

Estimating the temporal and spatial extent of gene flow among sympatric lizard populations (genus Sceloporus) in the southern Mexican highlands

Grummer JA, Calderón-Espinosa ML, de Oca ANieto-Mont, Smith EN, de la Cruz FRMéndez-, Leaché AD.  2015.  Estimating the temporal and spatial extent of gene flow among sympatric lizard populations (genus Sceloporus) in the southern Mexican highlands. Molecular ecology. 24:1523–1542.

Bayesian inference of species diffusion in the West African Agama agama species group (Reptilia, Agamidae)

Leaché AD, Grummer JA, Miller M, Krishnan S, Fujita MK, Böhme W, Schmitz A, Lebreton M, Ineich I, Chirio L et al..  2016.  Bayesian inference of species diffusion in the West African Agama agama species group (Reptilia, Agamidae). Systematics and Biodiversity. :1–12.

Phylogenetic insights into the correlates of dioecy in meadow-rues (Thalictrum, Ranunculaceae)

Soza VL, Brunet J, Liston A, Salles Smith P, Di Stilio VS.  2012.  Phylogenetic insights into the correlates of dioecy in meadow-rues (Thalictrum, Ranunculaceae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 63(1):180-192.

Molecular systematics of tribe Rubieae (Rubiaceae): evolution of major clades, development of leaf-like whorls, and biogeography

Soza VL, Olmstead RG.  2010.  Molecular systematics of tribe Rubieae (Rubiaceae): evolution of major clades, development of leaf-like whorls, and biogeography. Taxon. 59(3):755-771.

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