Renee Catullo
Renee Catullo
Lecturer in Terrestrial Biodiversity, School of Biological Sciences, University of Western Australia
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Incorporating evolutionary adaptation in species distribution modelling reduces projected vulnerability to climate change
A Bush, K Mokany, R Catullo, A Hoffmann, V Kellermann, C Sgrò, ...
Ecology letters 19 (12), 1468-1478, 2016
A framework for incorporating evolutionary genomics into biodiversity conservation and management
A Hoffmann, P Griffin, S Dillon, R Catullo, R Rane, M Byrne, R Jordan, ...
Climate Change Responses 2 (1), 1-24, 2015
Open Science principles for accelerating trait-based science across the Tree of Life
RV Gallagher, DS Falster, BS Maitner, R Salguero-Gómez, V Vandvik, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 4 (3), 294-303, 2020
How mountains shape biodiversity: The role of the Andes in biogeography, diversification, and reproductive biology in South America's most species‐rich lizard radiation …
D Esquerré, IG Brennan, RA Catullo, F Torres‐Pérez, JS Keogh
Evolution 73 (2), 214-230, 2019
Genetic diversity and structure of the Australian flora
L Broadhurst, M Breed, A Lowe, J Bragg, R Catullo, D Coates, ...
Diversity and Distributions 23 (1), 41-52, 2017
Extending spatial modelling of climate change responses beyond the realized niche: estimating, and accommodating, physiological limits and adaptive evolution
RA Catullo, S Ferrier, AA Hoffmann
Global Ecology and Biogeography 24 (10), 1192-1202, 2015
The biogeographical boundaries of northern Australia: evidence from ecological niche models and a multi‐locus phylogeny of Uperoleia toadlets (Anura …
RA Catullo, R Lanfear, P Doughty, JS Keogh
Journal of Biogeography 41 (4), 659-672, 2014
The Potential for Rapid Evolution under Anthropogenic Climate Change
RA Catullo, J Llewelyn, BL Phillips, CC Moritz
Current Biology 29 (19), R996-R1007, 2019
The Australian monsoonal tropics: an opportunity to protect unique biodiversity and secure benefits for Aboriginal communities.
C Moritz, EJ Ens, S Potter, RA Catullo
Pacific Conservation Biology 19 (4), 343-355, 2013
Lineage range estimation method reveals fine-scale endemism linked to Pleistocene stability in Australian rainforest herpetofauna
DF Rosauer, RA Catullo, J VanDerWal, A Moussalli, C Moritz
PLoS One 10 (5), e0126274, 2015
Aridification drove repeated episodes of diversification between Australian biomes: evidence from a multi-locus phylogeny of Australian toadlets (Uperoleia: Myobatrachidae)
RA Catullo, JS Keogh
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 79, 106-117, 2014
Multi-locus phylogeny and taxonomic revision of Uperoleia toadlets (Anura: Myobatrachidae) from the western arid zone of Australia, with a description of a new …
RA Catullo, P Doughty, JD Roberts, JS Keogh
Zootaxa 2902 (1), 1–43-1–43, 2011
Truncation of thermal tolerance niches among Australian plants
A Bush, RA Catullo, K Mokany, AH Thornhill, JT Miller, S Ferrier
Global Ecology and Biogeography 27 (1), 22-31, 2018
Evaluating multilocus Bayesian species delimitation for discovery of cryptic mycorrhizal diversity
MR Whitehead, RA Catullo, M Ruibal, KW Dixon, R Peakall, CC Linde
Fungal Ecology 26, 74-84, 2017
Resources for phylogenomic analyses of Australian terrestrial vertebrates
JG Bragg, S Potter, K Bi, R Catullo, SC Donnellan, MDB Eldridge, ...
Molecular ecology resources 17 (5), 869-876, 2017
A new frog species (Myobatrachidae: Uperoleia) from the Northern Deserts region of Australia, with a redescription of U. trachyderma
RA Catullo, P Doughty, JS Keogh
Zootaxa 3753 (3), 251-262, 2014
A new phylogenetic protocol: dealing with model misspecification and confirmation bias in molecular phylogenetics
LS Jermiin, RA Catullo, BR Holland
NAR Genomics and Bioinformatics 2 (2), lqaa041, 2020
Genome-wide patterns of differentiation over space and time in the Queensland fruit fly
ÁD Popa-Báez, R Catullo, SF Lee, HL Yeap, RG Mourant, M Frommer, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-13, 2020
A new species of Australian frog (Myobatrachidae: Uperoleia) from the New South Wales mid-north coast sandplains
S Clulow, M Anstis, JS Keogh, RA Catullo
Zootaxa, 285-315, 2016
A bird-like genome from a frog: Mechanisms of genome size reduction in the ornate burrowing frog, Platyplectrum ornatum
S Lamichhaney, R Catullo, JS Keogh, S Clulow, SV Edwards, T Ezaz
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (11), e2011649118, 2021
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