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2013Implantation reduces the negative effects of bio-logging devices on birdsWhite, C.; Cassey, P.; Schimpf, N.; Halsey, L.; Green, J.; Portugal, S.
2013Widespread divergence of the CEACAM/PSG genes in vertebrates and humans suggests sensitivity to selectionChang, C.; Semyonov, J.; Cheng, P.; Huang, S.; Park, J.; Tsai, H.; Lin, C.; Grutzner, F.; Soong, Y.; Hsu, S.
2013Experience dependence of neural responses to different classes of male songs in the primary auditory forebrain of female songbirdsHauber, M.; Woolley, S.; Cassey, P.; Theunissen, F.
2013The origins of the enigmatic Falkland Islands wolfAustin, J.; Soubrier, J.; Prevosti, F.; Prates, L.; Trejo, V.; Mena, F.; Cooper, A.
2013Structure and fragmentation of growling grass frog metapopulationsHale, J.; Heard, G.; Smith, K.; Parris, K.; Austin, J.; Kearney, M.; Melville, J.
2013Low major histocompatibility complex diversity in the Tasmanian devil predates European settlement and may explain susceptibility to disease epidemicsMorris, K.; Austin, J.; Belov, K.
2013Ancient DNA identifies post-glacial recolonisation, not recent bottlenecks, as the primary driver of contemporary mtDNA phylogeography and diversity in Scandinavian brown bearsBray, S.; Austin, J.; Metcalf, J.; Ostbye, K.; Ostbye, E.; Lauritzen, S.; Aaris-Sorensen, K.; Valdiosera, C.; Adler, C.; Cooper, A.
2013Parents, predators, parasites, and the evolution of eggshell colour in open nesting birdsHanley, D.; Cassey, P.; Doucet, S.
2013Molecular patterns of introgression in a classic hybrid zone between the Australian tree frogs, Litoria ewingii and L. paraewingi: Evidence of a tension zoneSmith, K.; Hale, J.; Kearney, M.; Austin, J.; Melville, J.
2013Uncovering cryptic evolutionary diversity in extant and extinct populations of the southern Australian arid zone Western and Thick-billed Grasswrens (Passeriformes: Maluridae: Amytornis)Austin, J.; Joseph, L.; Pedler, L.; Black, A.