Michael Amor
Michael Amor
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Morphological assessment of the Octopus vulgaris species complex evaluated in light of molecular‐based phylogenetic inferences
MD Amor, MD Norman, A Roura, TS Leite, IG Gleadall, A Reid, ...
Zoologica Scripta 46 (3), 275-288, 2017
Allopatric speciation within a cryptic species complex of Australasian octopuses
MD Amor, MD Norman, HE Cameron, JM Strugnell
PLoS One 9 (6), e98982, 2014
Oceanographic processes shape genetic signatures of planktonic cephalopod paralarvae in two upwelling regions
Á Roura, M Amor, ÁF González, Á Guerra, ED Barton, JM Strugnell
Progress in Oceanography 170, 11-27, 2019
Genetic evidence extends the known distribution of Octopus insularis to the mid-Atlantic islands Ascension and St Helena
MD Amor, V Laptikhovsky, MD Norman, JM Strugnell
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 97 (4 …, 2017
Genome-wide sequencing uncovers cryptic diversity and mito-nuclear discordance in the Octopus vulgaris species complex
MD Amor, SR Doyle, MD Norman, A Roura, NE Hall, AJ Robinson, ...
BioRxiv, 573493, 2019
Identification of clonemates and genetic lineages using next-generation sequencing (ddRADseq) guides conservation of a rare species, Bossiaea vombata (Fabaceae)
MD Amor, JC Johnson, EA James
Perspectives in plant ecology, evolution and systematics 45, 125544, 2020
Allopatric divergence drives the genetic structuring of an endangered alpine endemic lizard with a sky‐island distribution
ZS Atkins, MD Amor, N Clemann, DG Chapple, GM While, MG Gardner, ...
Animal Conservation 23 (1), 104-118, 2020
Octopus djinda (Cephalopoda: Octopodidae): a new member of the Octopus vulgaris group from southwest Australia
MD Amor, AM Hart
Zootaxa 5061 (1), 145-156, 2021
Isolated on sky islands: genetic diversity and population structure of an endangered mountain lizard
R Hartley, N Clemann, Z Atkins, BC Scheele, DB Lindenmayer, MD Amor
Conservation Genetics 24 (2), 219-233, 2023
Genetic Patterns and Climate Modelling Reveal Challenges for Conserving Sclerolaena napiformis (Amaranthaceae s.l.) an Endemic Chenopod of Southeast …
MD Amor, NG Walsh, EA James
Diversity 12 (11), 417, 2020
Deciphering the taxonomic status and phylogenetic relationships of an Australasian octopod species complex: A combined morphological and molecular approach
M Amor
School of Molecular Sciences, La Trobe University, 2011
Barriers to restoration: Pollution alters nurse effects for an ecosystem engineer
H Cameron, MD Amor, A Bellgrove
Journal of Applied Ecology 58 (12), 2783-2796, 2021
Characterization of the complete chloroplast genome of Sclerolaena napiformis Wilson, an endangered Australian chenopod
MD Amor, CJ Jackson, GD Holmes, EA James
Mitochondrial DNA Part B 5 (2), 1332-1333, 2020
Untangling the Octopus vulgaris species complex using a combined genomic and morphological approach
MD Amor
La Trobe, 2016
On the trail of a critically endangered fungus: A world-first application of wildlife detection dogs to fungal conservation
MD Amor, S Barmos, H Cameron, C Hartnett, N Hodgens, TW May, ...
Iscience 27 (5), 2024
Global biodiversity and biogeography of coastal octopuses
R Rosa, M Amor, F Borges, IG Gleadall, V Pissarra, R Villanueva, ...
Octopus Biology and Ecology, 19-28, 2024
Past, present, and future trends in octopus research
R Rosa, CP Santos, F Borges, P Amodio, M Amor, JR Bower, RL Caldwell, ...
Octopus Biology and Ecology, 421-454, 2024
Origin and diversification of octopuses
M Amor, Á Roura, R Rosa
Octopus Biology and Ecology, 3-17, 2024
Octopus vulgaris, the common octopus
R Rosa, Á Roura, M Amor, IG Gleadall, Á Guerra, ÁF González, VM Lopes, ...
Octopus biology and ecology, 187-216, 2024
Australia’s most significant octopus fishery–the Western Rock Octopus
AM Hart, MD Amor
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