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Graeme Oatley
Graeme Oatley
Wellcome Sanger Institute
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A molecular phylogeny of the harriers (Circus, Accipitridae) indicate the role of long distance dispersal and migration in diversification
G Oatley, RE Simmons, J Fuchs
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 85, 150-160, 2015
442015
A multi-locus phylogeny reveals a complex pattern of diversification related to climate and habitat heterogeneity in southern African white-eyes
G Oatley, G Voelker, TM Crowe, RCK Bowie
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 64 (3), 633-644, 2012
382012
The use of subspecies in the systematics of southern African white‐eyes: historical entities or eco‐geographic variants
G Oatley, RCK Bowie, TM Crowe
Journal of Zoology 284 (1), 21-30, 2011
172011
Phenotypic and genotypic variation across a stable white-eye (Zosterops sp.) hybrid zone in central South Africa
G Oatley, D De Swardt, R Nuttall, T Crowe, R Bowie
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 121 (3), 670 - 684, 2017
132017
Lack of mtDNA genetic diversity in the Black Harrier Circus maurus, a Southern African endemic
J Fuchs, RE Simmons, DP Mindell, RCK Bowie, G Oatley
Ibis 156 (1), 227-230, 2014
132014
Biome stability predicts population structure of a southern African aridland bird species
GOU Wogan, G Voelker, G Oatley, RCK Bowie
Ecology and Evolution 10 (9), 4066-4081, 2020
82020
Habitat‐driven diversification, hybridization and cryptic diversity in the Fork‐tailed Drongo (Passeriformes: Dicruridae: Dicrurus adsimilis)
J Fuchs, DH De Swardt, G Oatley, J Fjeldså, RCK Bowie
Zoologica Scripta 47 (3), 266-284, 2018
82018
Systematics of Serinus canaries and the status of Cape and Yellow-crowned Canaries inferred from mtDNA and morphology
PG Ryan, D Wright, G Oatley, J Wakeling, C Cohen, TL Nowell, ...
Ostrich-Journal of African Ornithology 75 (4), 288-294, 2004
82004
Defining biologically meaningful biomes through floristic, functional, and phylogenetic data
D Cardoso, PW Moonlight, G Ramos, G Oatley, C Dudley, E Gagnon, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 9, 723558, 2021
62021
Taxonomy, phylogeny and eco-biogeography of southern African white-eyes (Zosterops spp.) Aves: order Passeriformes, Family: Zosteropidae
G Oatley
University of Cape Town, 2011
62011
Development of twelve tetranucleotide microsatellite loci for White-eyes (Zosterops spp.) for use in phylogeographic and hybridization studies
G Oatley, KA Feldheim, G Voelker, RCK Bowie
Conservation Genetics Resources 5, 977-979, 2013
42013
Candidate gene polymorphisms are linked to dispersive and migratory behaviour: Searching for a mechanism behind the “paradox of the great speciators”
A Estandía, AT Sendell‐Price, G Oatley, F Robertson, D Potvin, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 36 (10), 1503-1516, 2023
22023
Candidate gene length polymorphisms are linked to dispersive behaviour: searching for a mechanism behind the" paradox of the great speciators"
A Estandia, AT Sendell-Price, G Oatley, F Robertson, D Potvin, ...
bioRxiv, 2023.01. 19.524190, 2023
22023
A molecular phylogeny of the harriers (Circus, Accipitridae) indicate the
G Oatley, RE Simmons, J Fuchs
2015
Book ReviewRoberts Geographic Variation of Southern African Birds: a Guide to the Plumage Variation of 613 Bird Races in Southern AfricaBy Hugh Chittenden, David Allen and …
G Oatley
Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology 84 (1), 2013
2013
Roberts Geographic Variation of Southern African Birds: a Guide to the Plumage Variation of 613 Bird Races in Southern Africa
G Oatley
Ostrich 84 (1), 93-93, 2013
2013
Nested clade analysis of geographic structure in the morphologically variable Themeda triandra in South Africa
G Oatley
University of Cape Town, 2004
2004
Genetic introgression and female mate choice within the Calendulauda albescens/C. barlowi hybrid zone
G Oatley
University of Cape Town, 2004
2004
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