Kevin E. Omland

Biological Sciences University of Maryland, Baltimore County 
Evolution and Development Biology, Systematic Biology, Genetics
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Kearns AM, Malloy JF, Gobbert MK, et al. (2018) Nuclear introns help unravel the diversification history of the Australo-Pacific Petroica robins. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
Kearns AM, Restani M, Szabo I, et al. (2018) Genomic evidence of speciation reversal in ravens. Nature Communications. 9: 906
Johnsen A, Kearns AM, Omland KE, et al. (2017) Sequencing of the complete mitochondrial genome of the common raven Corvus corax (Aves: Corvidae) confirms mitogenome-wide deep lineages and a paraphyletic relationship with the Chihuahuan raven C. cryptoleucus. Plos One. 12: e0187316
Sturge RJ, Cortés-Rodríguez MN, Rojas-Soto OR, et al. (2016) Nuclear locus divergence at the early stages of speciation in the Orchard Oriole complex. Ecology and Evolution. 6: 4307-17
Cortes-Rodriguez MN, Sturge RJ, Omland KE. (2016) Morphological and genetic variation of the Yellow-backed Oriole (Icterus chrysater) across its widely disjunct distribution in Central America Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 128: 22-31
Campbell SK, Morales-Perez AL, Malloy JF, et al. (2016) Documentation of female song in a newly recognized species, the Puerto Rican Oriole ( Icterus portoricensis ) The Journal of Caribbean Ornithology. 29: 28-36
Sturge RJ, Omland KE, Price JJ, et al. (2016) Divergence in calls but not songs in the orchard oriole complex: Icterus spurius and I. fuertesi Journal of Avian Biology. 47: 109-120
Odom KJ, Omland KE, Price JJ. (2015) Differentiating the evolution of female song and male-female duets in the New World blackbirds: can tropical natural history traits explain duet evolution? Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 69: 839-47
Kearns AM, White LC, Austin JJ, et al. (2015) Distinctiveness of pacific robin subspecies in vanuatu revealed from disparate patterns of sexual dichromatism, plumage colouration, morphometrics and ancient DNA Emu. 115: 89-98
Kearns AM, Joseph L, White LC, et al. (2015) Norfolk Island Robins are a distinct endangered species: ancient DNA unlocks surprising relationships and phenotypic discordance within the Australo-Pacific Robins Conservation Genetics
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