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  1. 2019
  2. A new, fast method to search for morphological convergence with shape data

    Castiglione, S., Serio, C., Tamagnini, D., Melchionna, M., Mondanaro, A., Di Febbraro, M., Profico, A., Piras, P., Barattolo, F. & Raia, P., 27 Dec 2019

    Article in PLoS ONE

  3. Ancient DNA suggests modern wolves trace their origin to a late Pleistocene expansion from Beringia

    Loog, L., Thalmann, O., Sinding, M-H. S., Schuenemann, V. J., Perri, A., Germonpré, M., Bocherens, H., Witt, K. E., Samaniego Castruita, J. A., Velasco, M. S., Lundstrøm, I. K. C., Sonet, G., Wales, N., Frantz, L., Schroeder, H., Budd, J., Jimenez, E-L., Fedorov, S., Gasparyan, B., Kandel, A. W. & 16 others, Lázničková‐Galetová, M., Napierala, H., Uerpmann, H-P., Nikolskiy, P. A., Pavlova, E. Y., Pitulko, V. V., Herzig, K-H., Malhi, R. S., Willerslev, E., Hansen, A. J., Dobney, K., Gilbert, M. T. P., Krause, J., Larson, G., Eriksson, A. & Manica, A., 16 Dec 2019

    Article in Molecular Ecology

  4. Seeing the wood through the trees. Combining shape information from different landmark configurations

    Profico, A., Piras, P., Buzi, C., Del Bove, A., Melchionna, M., Senczuk, G., Varano, V., Veneziano, A., Raia, P. & Manzi, G., 27 Nov 2019

    Article in Hystrix

  5. Preserved collagen reveals species identity in archaeological marine turtle bones from Caribbean and Florida sites

    Harvey, V. L., LeFebvre, M. J., deFrance, S. D., Toftgaard, C., Drosou, K., Kitchener, A. C. & Buckley, M., 30 Oct 2019

    Article in Royal Society Open Science

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