Jane Melville, Ph.D.

Museum Victoria, Carlton, Victoria, Australia 
"Jane Melville"
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Melville J, Chapple DG, Keogh JS, et al. (2021) A return-on-investment approach for prioritization of rigorous taxonomic research needed to inform responses to the biodiversity crisis. Plos Biology. 19: e3001210
Melville J, Haines ML, Boysen K, et al. (2017) Identifying hybridization and admixture using SNPs: application of the DArTseq platform in phylogeographic research on vertebrates. Royal Society Open Science. 4: 161061
Melville J, Hunjan S, McLean F, et al. (2016) Expression of a hindlimb-determining factor Pitx1 in the forelimb of the lizard Pogona vitticeps during morphogenesis. Open Biology. 6
Balasubramaniam S, Bray RD, Mulder RA, et al. (2016) New data from basal Australian songbird lineages show that complex structure of MHC class II β genes has early evolutionary origins within passerines. Bmc Evolutionary Biology. 16: 112
Haines ML, Melville J, Sumner J, et al. (2016) Geographic variation in hybridisation and ecological differentiation between three syntopic, morphologically similar species of montane lizards. Molecular Ecology
Melville J, Haines ML, Hale J, et al. (2016) Concordance in phylogeography and ecological niche modelling identify dispersal corridors for reptiles in arid Australia Journal of Biogeography. 43: 1844-1855
Edwards DL, Melville J, Joseph L, et al. (2015) Ecological Divergence, Adaptive Diversification, and the Evolution of Social Signaling Traits: An Empirical Study in Arid Australian Lizards. The American Naturalist. 186: E144-61
Doughty P, Kealley L, Shoo LP, et al. (2015) Revision of the Western Australian pebble-mimic dragon species-group (Tympanocryptis cephalus: Reptilia: Agamidae). Zootaxa. 4039: 85-117
Keely CC, Hale JM, Heard GW, et al. (2015) Genetic structure and diversity of the endangered growling grass frog in a rapidly urbanizing region. Royal Society Open Science. 2: 140255
Doughty P, Kealley L, Shoo LP, et al. (2015) Revision of the Western Australian pebble-mimic dragon species-group (Tympanocryptis cephalus: Reptilia: Agamidae) Zootaxa. 4039: 85-117
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