Current affiliation: University of JohannesburgSubject: Life SciencesPrimary location: South Africa
Published in:Ecology and EvolutionPublication date:2014-06-24
An assessment which genetic tools can be useful to distinguish recent invaders from previously overlooked native species
Published in:African Journal of Aquatic SciencePublication date:2014-07-03
Larvae of two closely related crabs in adjacent biogeographic regions were reared at a range of temperatures, and clear adaptations to the conditio...
Published in:Journal of BiogeographyPublication date:2013-08-30
Published in:Molecular Ecology ResourcesPublication date:2009-05-01
The paper reports universal primers that amplify a nuclear intron a wide variety of decapod crustaceans.
Published in:South African Journal of SciencePublication date:2011-05-03
This paper reviews the progress in southern African marine phylogeographic research during the past decade.
Published in:Molecular Ecology ResourcesPublication date:2009-07-01
Published in:Australian Journal of ZoologyPublication date:2007-01-01
Published in:Marine BiologyPublication date:2008-06-10
Published in:Marine BiologyPublication date:2014-08-23
Published in:Journal of BiogeographyPublication date:2013-05-01
Published in:Molecular Ecology NotesPublication date:2007-01-23
Published in:BMC Evolutionary BiologyPublication date:2008-01-01
Published in:African ZoologyPublication date:2007-04-01
Published in:BMC GeneticsPublication date:2012-01-01
Published in:Genetics and Molecular BiologyPublication date:2009-01-01
Published in:PLoS ONEPublication date:2007-07-18
Published in:African Journal of Aquatic SciencePublication date:2006-11-01
Published in:BMC Evolutionary BiologyPublication date:2007-01-01
Published in:Conservation Genetics ResourcesPublication date:2009-12-24
Published in:Molecular Phylogenetics and EvolutionPublication date:2009-10-01
Published in:Molecular Phylogenetics and EvolutionPublication date:2004-02-01
Published in:Emu - Austral OrnithologyPublication date:2015-01-01
Published in:Molecular EcologyPublication date:2011-10-21
DIVERGENCE OF SOUTHEAST AFRICAN LIMPETS
Published in:Zoological Journal of the Linnean SocietyPublication date:2013-07-01
Cryptic diversity in coastal australasia
Published in:Estuarine Coastal and Shelf SciencePublication date:2003-05-01
Published in:BMC Evolutionary BiologyPublication date:2011-01-01
Published in:Marine Ecology Progress SeriesPublication date:2015-07-21
Larval dispersal in a coastal southern Australian marine snail follows a pattern of isolation by distance, suggesting that it is much lower than ex...
Published in:Marine Ecology Progress SeriesPublication date:2015-09-29
Many ascidians are very successful marine invaders, and members of the genus Pyura are particularly notorious because they can overgrow native sess...
Published in:Marine Ecology Progress SeriesPublication date:2015-11-12
The Agulhas Current in south-eastern Africa flows very close to the coast, and inshore dispersal is unlikely. Nonetheless, many previous studies ha...
Published in:Scientific ReportsPublication date:2016-09-30
Published in:Molecular EcologyPublication date:2003-07-01
Published in:Marine Ecology Progress SeriesPublication date:2005-01-01
Published in:Biodiversity and ConservationPublication date:2017-02-18
Populations of the endangered Knysna seahorse, Hippocampus capensis, in the Knysna, Swartvlei and Keurbooms estuaries are genetically distinct. How...
Published in:Biological ConservationPublication date:2017-08-01