Kyle N Armstrong
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Molecular phylogeny, biogeography, and habitat preference evolution of marsupials
KJ Mitchell, RC Pratt, LN Watson, GC Gibb, B Llamas, M Kasper, J Edson, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 31 (9), 2322-2330, 2014
How and why overcome the impediments to resolution: lessons from rhinolophid and hipposiderid bats
NM Foley, VD Thong, P Soisook, SM Goodman, KN Armstrong, ...
Molecular Biology and Evolution 32 (2), 313-333, 2015
Evolution of craniofacial novelty in parrots through developmental modularity and heterochrony
M Tokita, T Kiyoshi, KN Armstrong
Evolution & development 9 (6), 590-601, 2007
DNA content and distribution in ancient feathers and potential to reconstruct the plumage of extinct avian taxa
NJ Rawlence, JR Wood, KN Armstrong, A Cooper
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1672), 3395-3402, 2009
Echolocation call frequency differences between geographic isolates of Rhinonicteris aurantia (Chiroptera: Hipposideridae): implications of nasal chamber size
KN Armstrong, RB Coles
Journal of mammalogy 88 (1), 94-104, 2007
Genetic and acoustic population structuring in the Okinawa least horseshoe bat: are intercolony acoustic differences maintained by vertical maternal transmission?
H Yoshino, KN Armstrong, M Izawa, J Yokoyama, M Kawata
Molecular ecology 17 (23), 4978-4991, 2008
Long-term trends in avifaunal recolonisation of rehabilitated bauxite mines in the jarrah forest of south-western Australia
KN Armstrong, OG Nichols
Forest Ecology and Management 126 (2), 213-225, 2000
The ghost bat in the Pilbara: 100 years on.
KN Armstrong, SD Anstee
Australian Mammalogy 22 (2), 93-101, 2000
Bat habitat use in logged jarrah eucalypt forests of south‐western Australia
PW Webala, MD Craig, BS Law, KN Armstrong, AF Wayne, JS Bradley
Journal of applied ecology 48 (2), 398-406, 2011
The distribution and roost habitat of the orange leaf-nosed bat, Rhinonicteris aurantius, in the Pilbara region of Western Australia
KN Armstrong
Wildlife Research 28 (1), 95-104, 2001
Phylogeographic structure in Rhinonicteris aurantia (Chiroptera: Hipposideridae): implications for conservation
KN Armstrong
Acta chiropterologica 8 (1), 63-81, 2006
Late Pleistocene Australian marsupial DNA clarifies the affinities of extinct megafaunal kangaroos and wallabies
B Llamas, P Brotherton, KJ Mitchell, JEL Templeton, VA Thomson, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 32 (3), 574-584, 2015
Morphometric divergence among populations of Rhinonicteris aurantius (Chiroptera: Hipposideridae) in northern Australia
KN Armstrong
Australian Journal of Zoology 50 (6), 649-669, 2002
Ghost bat
GC Richards, S Hand, KN Armstrong, LS Hall
The Mammals of Australia’.(Eds S. Van Dyke, and R. Strahan.) pp, 449-450, 2008
A plethora of planigales: genetic variability and cryptic species in a genus of dasyurid marsupials from northern Australia
M Westerman, MJ Blacket, A Hintz, K Armstrong, PA Woolley, C Krajewski
Australian Journal of Zoology 64 (5), 303-311, 2016
Research priorities for the Pilbara leaf-nosed bat (Rhinonicteris aurantia Pilbara form)
VA Cramer, KN Armstrong, RD Bullen, R Ellis, LA Gibson, NL McKenzie, ...
Australian Mammalogy 38 (2), 149-157, 2016
The effect of familiarity and mound condition in translocations of the western pebble-mound mouse, Pseudomys chapmani, in the Pilbara region of Western Australia
S Anstee, K Armstrong
Wildlife research 28 (2), 135-140, 2001
Networking networks for global bat conservation
T Kingston, L Aguirre, K Armstrong, R Mies, P Racey, ...
Bats in the Anthropocene: Conservation of Bats in a Changing World, 539-569, 2016
Modelling the prey detection performance ofRhinonicteris aurantia (Chiroptera: Hipposideridae) in different atmospheric conditions discounts the notional role of relative …
KN Armstrong, LJ Kerry
Journal of Theoretical Biology 278 (1), 44-54, 2011
The current status of bats in Western Australia
KN Armstrong
The Biology and Conservation of Australasian Bats (eds B Law, P Eby, D …, 2011
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