Emily Roycroft
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Pleistocene climatic changes drive diversification across a tropical savanna
S Potter, AT Xue, JG Bragg, DF Rosauer, EJ Roycroft, C Moritz
Molecular Ecology 27 (2), 520-532, 2018
Phylogenomics uncovers confidence and conflict in the rapid radiation of Australo-Papuan rodents
EJ Roycroft, A Moussalli, KC Rowe
Systematic biology 69 (3), 431-444, 2020
Assessing the scope for genetic rescue of an endangered butterfly: The case of the Eltham copper
M Roitman, MG Gardner, TR New, TTT Nguyen, EJ Roycroft, P Sunnucks, ...
Insect Conservation and Diversity 10 (5), 399-414, 2017
Environment predicts repeated body size shifts in a recent radiation of Australian mammals
EJ Roycroft, JA Nations, KC Rowe
Evolution 74 (3), 671-680, 2020
Population structure and male-biased dispersal in the short-tail stingray Bathytoshia brevicaudata (Myliobatoidei: Dasyatidae)
EJ Roycroft, A Le Port, SD Lavery
Conservation Genetics 20 (4), 717-728, 2019
Characterisation of eleven new polymorphic microsatellite markers for the coastal stingray Dasyatis brevicaudata (Dasyatidae Hutton 1875), and cross-amplification in seven …
A Le Port, EJ Roycroft, V Thakur, SD Lavery
Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 65, 234-237, 2016
Native and Introduced Trypanosome Parasites in Endemic and Introduced Murine Rodents of Sulawesi
ML Winterhoff, AS Achmadi, EJ Roycroft, H Handika, RTJ Putra, ...
The Journal of Parasitology 106 (5), 523-536, 2020
Convergent evolution of tail spines in squamate reptiles driven by microhabitat use
T Ramm, EJ Roycroft, J Müller
Biology Letters 16 (2), 20190848, 2020
Phylogenomics, molecular evolution and extinction in the adaptive radiation of murine rodents
EJ Roycroft
The University of Melbourne, 2020
Colonizing rodents overcome ecological incumbency in an island system
EJ Roycroft
Evolution 73 (7), 1496-1497, 2019
Population structure in the short-tail stingray: Is there evidence for sex-biased dispersal?
EJ Roycroft
The University of Auckland, 0
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