Jacob A. Esselstyn, Ph.D.

2010 Ecology & Evolutionary Biology University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, United States 
Herpetology, systematics
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Rafe M. Brown grad student 2010 University of Kansas
 (Diversification processes in an island radiation of shrews.)
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Swanson MT, Oliveros CH, Esselstyn JA. (2019) A phylogenomic rodent tree reveals the repeated evolution of masseter architectures. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 286: 20190672
Esselstyn JA, Oliveros CH, Swanson MT, et al. (2017) Investigating Difficult Nodes in the Placental Mammal Tree with Expanded Taxon Sampling and Thousands of Ultraconserved Elements. Genome Biology and Evolution. 9: 2308-2321
Rowe KC, Achmadi AS, Esselstyn JA. (2016) Repeated evolution of carnivory among Indo-Australian rodents. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Giarla TC, Esselstyn JA. (2015) The Challenges of Resolving a Rapid, Recent Radiation: Empirical and Simulated Phylogenomics of Philippine Shrews. Systematic Biology. 64: 727-40
Stanley WT, Hutterer R, Giarla TC, et al. (2015) Phylogeny, phylogeography and geographical variation in the crocidura monax (Soricidae) species complex from the montane islands of Tanzania, with descriptions of three new species Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 174: 185-215
Justiniano R, Schenk JJ, Balete DS, et al. (2015) Testing diversification models of endemic Philippine forest mice (Apomys) with nuclear phylogenies across elevational gradients reveals repeated colonization of isolated mountain ranges Journal of Biogeography. 42: 51-64
Esselstyn JA, Achmadi AS, Handika H, et al. (2015) A HOG-Nosed Shrew Rat (Rodentia: Muridae) from Sulawesi Island, Indonesia Journal of Mammalogy. 96: 895-907
Brown RM, Weghorst JA, Olson KV, et al. (2014) Conservation genetics of the Philippine tarsier: cryptic genetic variation restructures conservation priorities for an island archipelago primate. Plos One. 9: e104340
Evans BJ, Zeng K, Esselstyn JA, et al. (2014) Reduced representation genome sequencing suggests low diversity on the sex chromosomes of tonkean macaque monkeys. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 31: 2425-40
Rowe KC, Achmadi AS, Esselstyn JA. (2014) Convergent evolution of aquatic foraging in a new genus and species (Rodentia: Muridae) from Sulawesi Island, Indonesia. Zootaxa. 541-64
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