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2013. Benson, Roger B. J., Evans, Mark, Smith, Adam S., Sassoon, Judyth, Moore-Faye, Scott, Ketchum, Hilary F., and Forrest, Richard. Pliosaurids were a long-lived and cosmopolitan group of marine predators that spanned 110 million years and occupied the upper tiers of marine ecos... PLoS ONE. University of Oxford, New Walk Museum and Art Gallery, Natural History Museum, University of Bristol, Wavecut Platform Ltd., Sevenoaks, United Kingdom*, University of Cambridge, and Radcliffe-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom*.
2014. Hunt, Edmund R., O'Shea-Wheller, Thomas, Albery, Gregory F., Bridger, Tamsyn H., Gumn, Mike, Franks, Nigel R., Bridger, T. H., Franks, N. R., Gumn, M., Hunt, E. R., O'Shea-Wheller, T., and Albery, G. F. Behavioural lateralization in invertebrates is an important field of study because it may provide insights into the early origins of lateralization... Biology Letters. University of Bristol and University of Oxford.
2018. Senn, Helen V., Ghazali, Muhammad, Kaden, Jennifer, Barcaly, David, Harrower, Ben, Campbell, Ruairidh D., MacDonald, David W., Kitchener, Andrew C., and Barclay, David. The degree of introgressive hybridisation between the Scottish wildcat and domestic cat has long been suspected to be advanced. Here we use a 35-SN... Evolutionary Applications. Royal Zoological Society of Scotland, University of Oxford, National Museums Scotland, National Museum, and University of Edinburgh.
2015. Farine, Damien R., Aplin, Lucy M., Sheldon, Ben C., Hoppitt, William, Aplin, L. M., Sheldon, B. C., Farine, D. R., and Hoppitt, W. Understanding the functional links between social structure and population processes is a central aim of evolutionary ecology. Multiple types of in... Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. University of Oxford, Anglia Ruskin University, and Max Planck Institute for Ornithology.
2016. Michaelides, Sozos N., While, Geoffrey M., Zajac, Natalia, Aubret, Fabien, Calsbeek, Brittny, Sacchi, Roberto, Zuffi, Marco A. L., and Uller, Tobias. Many populations are small and isolated with limited genetic variation and high risk of mating with close relatives. Inbreeding depression is suspe... Molecular Ecology. University of Oxford, University of Tasmania, French National Centre for Scientific Research, Dartmouth College, University of Pisa, and Lund University.