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Ecological gradients drive insect wing loss and speciation: The role of the alpine treeline
GA McCulloch, BJ Foster, L Dutoit, T Ingram, E Hay, AJ Veale, ...
Molecular Ecology 28 (13), 3141-3150, 2019
332019
Taxonomic and geographic bias in the genetic study of helminth parasites
R Poulin, E Hay, F Jorge
International journal for parasitology 49 (6), 429-435, 2019
272019
Parasitological research in the molecular age
C Selbach, F Jorge, E Dowle, J Bennett, X Chai, JF Doherty, A Eriksson, ...
Parasitology 146 (11), 1361-1370, 2019
222019
Adequate sample sizes for improved accuracy of thermal trait estimates
GA Duffy, AC Kuyucu, JL Hoskins, EM Hay, SL Chown
Functional Ecology 35 (12), 2647-2662, 2021
152021
Macroevolutionary dynamics of parasite diversification: A reality check
EM Hay, R Poulin, F Jorge
Journal of evolutionary biology 33 (12), 1758-1769, 2020
142020
Geographic range size and speciation in honeyeaters
EM Hay, MD McGee, SL Chown
BMC Ecology and Evolution 22 (1), 1-14, 2022
112022
The comparative phylogeography of shore crabs and their acanthocephalan parasites
E Hay, F Jorge, R Poulin
Marine Biology 165, 1-13, 2018
102018
Body size shapes song in honeyeaters
EM Hay, MD McGee, CR White, SL Chown
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 291 (2021), 20240339, 2024
12024
Song evolution and diversification patterns are uncorrelated in honeyeaters
EM Hay, SL Chown, MD McGee
bioRxiv, 2023.06. 27.546781, 2023
2023
Macroevolutionary dynamics of honeyeater diversification
E HAY
Monash University, 0
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