Adam Leaché, Ph.D.

Biology University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
"Adam Leaché"
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Gottscho AD, Mulcahy DG, Leaché AD, et al. (2024) Population genomics of flat-tailed horned lizards (Phrynosoma mcallii) informs conservation and management across a fragmented Colorado Desert landscape. Molecular Ecology. e17308
Nachman MW, Beckman EJ, Bowie RC, et al. (2023) Specimen collection is essential for modern science. Plos Biology. 21: e3002318
Leaché AD, Davis HR, Feldman CR, et al. (2023) Repeated patterns of reptile diversification in Western North America supported by the Northern Alligator Lizard (Elgaria coerulea). The Journal of Heredity
Finch KN, Leaché AD. (2023) Population dynamics in newts of the Carpathian Mountains. Molecular Ecology
Ji J, Jackson DJ, Leaché AD, et al. (2022) Power of Bayesian and heuristic tests to detect cross-species introgression with reference to gene flow in the Tamias quadrivittatus group of North American chipmunks. Systematic Biology
Davis HR, Des Roches S, Anderson RA, et al. (2022) Population expansion, divergence, and persistence in Western Fence Lizards (Sceloporus occidentalis) at the northern extreme of their distributional range. Scientific Reports. 12: 6310
Amador L, Leaché AD, Victoriano PF, et al. (2022) Genomic scale data shows that Parastacus nicoleti encompasses more than one species of burrowing continental crayfishes and that lineage divergence occurred with and without gene flow. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 107443
Finger N, Farleigh K, Bracken JT, et al. (2021) Genome-scale data reveal deep lineage divergence and a complex demographic history in the Texas horned lizard (Phrynosoma cornutum) throughout the southwestern and central US. Genome Biology and Evolution
Jaynes KE, Myers EA, Gvoždík V, et al. (2021) Giant Tree Frog diversification in West and Central Africa: isolation by physical barriers, climate, and reproductive traits. Molecular Ecology
Bedoya AM, Leaché AD, Olmstead RG. (2021) Andean uplift, drainage basin formation, and the evolution of plants living in fast-flowing aquatic ecosystems in northern South America. The New Phytologist
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