Lyn Cook

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Integrative Biology University of Queensland, Saint Lucia, Queensland, Australia 
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Choi B, Crisp MD, Cook LG, et al. (2019) Identifying genetic markers for a range of phylogenetic utility-From species to family level. Plos One. 14: e0218995
Lin YP, Kondo T, Kondo T, et al. (2018) A newly recognised species of Cryptes Maskell 1892 (Hemiptera: Coccidae) from Western Australia. Zootaxa. 4508: 101-114
Crisp MD, Cook LG, Bowman DMJS, et al. (2018) Turnover of southern cypresses in the post-Gondwanan world: extinction, transoceanic dispersal, adaptation and rediversification. The New Phytologist
Lin YP, Ding ZY, Gullan PJ, et al. (2017)

A newly recognised Australian endemic species of Austrolecanium Gullan & Hodgson 1998 (Hemiptera: Coccidae) from Queensland. Zootaxa. 4272: 119-130

Mills PJ, Gullan PJ, Cook LG. (2017) Nomenclatural changes in the Australasian gall-inducing genus Apiomorpha Rübsaamen (Hemiptera: Coccomorpha: Eriococcidae). Zootaxa. 4250: 484-488
Lin YP, Edwards RD, Kondo T, et al. (2017) Species delimitation in asexual insects of economic importance: The case of black scale (Parasaissetia nigra), a cosmopolitan parthenogenetic pest scale insect. Plos One. 12: e0175889
Edwards RD, Crisp MD, Cook DH, et al. (2017) Congruent biogeographical disjunctions at a continent-wide scale: Quantifying and clarifying the role of biogeographic barriers in the Australian tropics. Plos One. 12: e0174812
Kondo T, Gullan PJ, Cook LG. (2016) A review ofthe genus Capulinia Signoret (Hemiptera: Coccoidea: Eriococcidae) with description of two new species Zootaxa. 4111: 471-491
Cook LG, Hardy NB, Crisp MD. (2015) Three explanations for biodiversity hotspots: small range size, geographical overlap and time for species accumulation. An Australian case study. The New Phytologist. 207: 390-400
Cook LG, Hardy NB, Crisp MD. (2015) Three explanations for biodiversity hotspots: Small range size, geographical overlap and time for species accumulation. An Australian case study New Phytologist. 207: 390-400
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