Mark Wilkinson, Ph.D

Affiliations: 
The Natural History Museum London 
Area:
Phylogenetic systematics, Herpetology
Website:
http://www.nhm.ac.uk/research-curation/about-science/staff-directory/life-sciences/m-wilkinson/
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Scheele BC, Pasmans F, Skerratt LF, et al. (2020) Response to Comment on "Amphibian fungal panzootic causes catastrophic and ongoing loss of biodiversity". Science (New York, N.Y.). 367
Chambouvet A, Smilansky V, Jirků M, et al. (2020) Diverse alveolate infections of tadpoles, a new threat to frogs? Plos Pathogens. 16: e1008107
Flach EJ, Feltrer Y, Gower DJ, et al. (2020) POSTMORTEM FINDINGS IN EIGHT SPECIES OF CAPTIVE CAECILIAN (AMPHIBIA: GYMNOPHIONA) OVER A TEN-YEAR PERIOD. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine : Official Publication of the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians. 50: 879-890
Torres-Sánchez M, Gower DJ, Alvarez-Ponce D, et al. (2019) What lies beneath? Molecular evolution during the radiation of caecilian amphibians. Bmc Genomics. 20: 354
Scheele BC, Pasmans F, Skerratt LF, et al. (2019) Amphibian fungal panzootic causes catastrophic and ongoing loss of biodiversity. Science (New York, N.Y.). 363: 1459-1463
Siu-Ting K, Torres-Sánchez M, San Mauro D, et al. (2019) Inadvertent paralog inclusion drives artefactual topologies and timetree estimates in phylogenomics. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Bardua C, Wilkinson M, Gower DJ, et al. (2019) Morphological evolution and modularity of the caecilian skull. Bmc Evolutionary Biology. 19: 30
Torres-Sánchez M, Creevey CJ, Kornobis E, et al. (2018) Multi-tissue transcriptomes of caecilian amphibians highlight incomplete knowledge of vertebrate gene families. Dna Research : An International Journal For Rapid Publication of Reports On Genes and Genomes
Maddock ST, Wilkinson M, Gower DJ. (2018) A new species of small, long-snouted Hypogeophis Peters, 1880 (Amphibia: Gymnophiona: Indotyphlidae) from the highest elevations of the Seychelles island of Mahé. Zootaxa. 4450: 359-375
Liedtke HC, Gower DJ, Wilkinson M, et al. (2018) Macroevolutionary shift in the size of amphibian genomes and the role of life history and climate. Nature Ecology & Evolution
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