Joel Huey
Joel Huey
Research Scientist - WA Museum
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Is realised connectivity among populations of aquatic fauna predictable from potential connectivity?
JM Hughes, JA Huey, DJ Schmidt
Freshwater Biology 58 (5), 951-966, 2013
Patterns of gene flow in two species of eel-tailed catfish, Neosilurus hyrtlii and Porochilus argenteus (Siluriformes: Plotosidae), in western Queensland's dryland …
JA Huey, JM Hughes, AM Baker
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 87 (3), 457-467, 2006
Low interbasin connectivity in a facultatively diadromous fish: evidence from genetics and otolith chemistry
JM Hughes, DJ Schmidt, JI Macdonald, JA Huey, DA Crook
Molecular Ecology 23 (5), 1000-1013, 2014
The effect of landscape processes upon gene flow and genetic diversity in an Australian freshwater fish, Neosilurus hyrtlii
JA Huey, AM Baker, JM Hughes
Freshwater Biology 53 (7), 1393-1408, 2008
Go with the flow: the movement behaviour of fish from isolated waterhole refugia during connecting flow events in an intermittent dryland river
JC Marshall, N Menke, DA Crook, JS Lobegeiger, SR Balcombe, JA Huey, ...
Freshwater Biology 61 (8), 1242-1258, 2016
Where have all the spiders gone? The decline of a poorly known invertebrate fauna in the agricultural and arid zones of southern Australia
MG Rix, JA Huey, BY Main, JM Waldock, SE Harrison, S Comer, ...
Austral Entomology 56 (1), 14-22, 2017
High levels of genetic structure in the Australian freshwater fish, Ambassis macleayi
JA Huey, AM Baker, JM Hughes
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 29 (3), 1148-1160, 2010
Migration history and stock structure of two putatively diadromous teleost fishes, as determined by genetic and otolith chemistry analyses
DJ Schmidt, DA Crook, JI Macdonald, JA Huey, BP Zampatti, S Chilcott, ...
Freshwater Science 33 (1), 193-206, 2014
High gene flow and metapopulation dynamics detected for three species in a dryland river system
JA Huey, DJ Schmidt, SR Balcombe, JC Marshall, JM Hughes
Freshwater Biology 56 (11), 2378-2390, 2011
Extremely low microsatellite diversity but distinct population structure in a long-lived threatened species, the Australian lungfish Neoceratodus forsteri (Dipnoi)
JM Hughes, DJ Schmidt, JA Huey, KM Real, T Espinoza, A McDougall, ...
PLoS One 10 (4), e0121858, 2015
Broadscale phylogeographic structure of five freshwater fishes across the Australian Monsoonal Tropics
JA Huey, BD Cook, PJ Unmack, JM Hughes
Freshwater Science 33 (1), 273-287, 2014
Is variable connectivity among populations of a continental gobiid fish driven by local adaptation or passive dispersal?
JA Huey, DA Crook, JI Macdonald, DJ Schmidt, JC Marshall, ...
Freshwater Biology 59 (8), 1672-1686, 2014
Natural and anthropogenic drivers of genetic structure and low genetic variation in the endangered freshwater cod, Maccullochella mariensis
JA Huey, T Espinoza, JM Hughes
Conservation Genetics 14 (5), 997-1008, 2013
Aquatic insects in eastern Australia: a window on ecology and evolution of dispersal in streams
JM Hughes, JA Huey, AJ McLean, O Baggiano
Insects 2 (4), 447-461, 2011
Understanding subterranean variability: the first genus of Bathynellidae (Bathynellacea, Crustacea) from Western Australia described through a morphological and multigene approach
G Perina, AI Camacho, J Huey, P Horwitz, A Koenders
Invertebrate Systematics 32 (2), 423-447, 2018
The linking of plate tectonics and evolutionary divergence
MJ Phillips, TJ Page, M de Bruyn, JA Huey, WF Humphreys, JM Hughes, ...
Current Biology 23 (14), R603-R605, 2013
Molecular and morphological evidence for a new genus of small trapdoor spiders from arid Western Australia (Araneae: Mygalomorphae: Nemesiidae: Anaminae)
MA Castalanelli, JA Huey, MJ Hillyer, MS Harvey
Invertebrate Systematics 31 (4), 492-505, 2017
Did common disjunct populations of freshwater fishes in northern Australia form from the same biogeographic events?
BD Cook, PJ Unmack, JA Huey, JM Hughes
Freshwater Science 33 (1), 263-272, 2014
Phylogenetic relationships of the Australasian open-holed trapdoor spiders (Araneae: Mygalomorphae: Nemesiidae: Anaminae): multi-locus molecular analyses resolve the generic …
MS Harvey, MJ Hillyer, BY Main, TA Moulds, RJ Raven, MG Rix, CJ Vink, ...
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 184 (2), 407-452, 2018
Conspicuously concealed: revision of the arid clade of the Gehyra variegata (Gekkonidae) group in Western Australia using an integrative molecular and morphological approach …
L Kealley, P Doughty, M Pepper, JS Keogh, M Hillyer, J Huey
PeerJ 6, e5334, 2018
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