Daniel Schmidt
Daniel Schmidt
Research Fellow, Griffith University, AUSTRALIA
Verified email at griffith.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Genes in streams: using DNA to understand the movement of freshwater fauna and their riverine habitat
JM Hughes, DJ Schmidt, DS Finn
BioScience 59 (7), 573-583, 2009
2472009
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
622013
Evolutionary and ecological implications of sexual parasitism
J Lehtonen, DJ Schmidt, K Heubel, H Kokko
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 28 (5), 297-306, 2013
492013
Contemporary and historical patterns of connectivity among populations of an inland river fish species inferred from genetics and otolith chemistry
RJ Woods, JI Macdonald, DA Crook, DJ Schmidt, JM Hughes
Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences 67 (7), 1098-1115, 2010
482010
Extensive intraspecific genetic diversity of a freshwater crayfish in a biodiversity hotspot
AI Bentley, DJ Schmidt, JM Hughes
Freshwater Biology 55 (9), 1861-1873, 2010
452010
Mogurnda adspersa microsatellite markers: multiplexing and multi-tailed primer tagging
KM Real, DJ Schmidt, JM Hughes
Conservation Genetics Resources 1 (1), 411, 2009
432009
Cytonuclear evidence for hybridogenetic reproduction in natural populations of the Australian carp gudgeon (Hypseleotris: Eleotridae)
DJ Schmidt, NR Bond, M Adams, JM Hughes
Molecular Ecology 20 (16), 3367-3380, 2011
412011
Extreme genetic structure in a small-bodied freshwater fish, the purple spotted gudgeon, Mogurnda adspersa (Eleotridae)
JM Hughes, KM Real, JC Marshall, DJ Schmidt
PloS one 7 (7), 2012
392012
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
342014
Genetic analysis of threatened Australian grayling Prototroctes maraena suggests recruitment to coastal rivers from an unstructured marine larval source population
DJ Schmidt, DA Crook, JP O’Connor, JM Hughes
Journal of Fish Biology 78 (1), 98-111, 2011
332011
Population genetic structure in stream insects: what have we learned
JM Hughes, DJ Schmidt, A McLean, A Wheatley
Aquatic Insects: Challenges to Populations’.(Eds J. Lancaster and RA Briers …, 2008
332008
The role of altitude and associated habitat stability in determining patterns of population genetic structure in two species of Atalophlebia (Ephemeroptera: Leptophlebiidae)
O Baggiano, DJ Schmidt, F Sheldon, JM Hughes
Freshwater Biology 56 (2), 230-249, 2011
292011
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
232011
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
202014
Taxonomy, ecology, genetics and conservation status of the pale imperial hairstreak (Jalmenus eubulus)(Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae): a threatened butterfly from the Brigalow Belt …
R Eastwood, MF Braby, DJ Schmidt, JM Hughes
Invertebrate Systematics 22 (4), 407-423, 2008
202008
Do lowland habitats represent barriers to dispersal for a rainforest mayfly, Bungona narilla, in south-east Queensland?
AJ McLean, DJ Schmidt, JM Hughes
Marine and Freshwater Research 59 (9), 761-771, 2008
202008
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
192014
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), 2015
182015
Speciation in chestnut-shouldered fairy-wrens (Malurus spp.) and rapid phenotypic divergence in variegated fairy-wrens (Malurus lamberti): a multilocus approach
AJ McLean, A Toon, DJ Schmidt, L Joseph, JM Hughes
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 63 (3), 668-678, 2012
182012
Phylogenetic analysis of the Australian rosella parrots (Platycercus) reveals discordance among molecules and plumage
A Shipham, DJ Schmidt, L Joseph, JM Hughes
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 91, 150-159, 2015
152015
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