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Lucinda P Lawson
Lucinda P Lawson
Assistant Professor - Research, University of Cincinnati
Verified email at uc.edu - Homepage
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STRONG SELECTION AGAINST HYBRIDS AT A HYBRID ZONE IN THE ENSATINA RING SPECIES COMPLEX AND ITS EVOLUTINARY IMPLICATIONS
J Alexandrino, SJE Baird, L Lawson, JR Macey, C Moritz, DB Wake
Evolution 59 (6), 1334-1347, 2005
1062005
The discordance of diversification: evolution in the tropical‐montane frogs of the Eastern Arc Mountains of Tanzania
LP Lawson
Molecular ecology 19 (18), 4046-4060, 2010
802010
The evolutionary history of Darwin's finches: speciation, gene flow, and introgression in a fragmented landscape
HL Farrington, LP Lawson, CM Clark, K Petren
Evolution 68 (10), 2932-2944, 2014
582014
Male reproductive fitness and queen polyandry are linked to variation in the supergene Gp-9 in the fire ant Solenopsis invicta
LP Lawson, RK Vander Meer, DW Shoemaker
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1741), 3217-3222, 2012
482012
Leapfrogging into new territory: How Mascarene ridged frogs diversified across Africa and Madagascar to maintain their ecological niche
BM Zimkus, LP Lawson, MF Barej, CD Barratt, A Channing, KM Dash, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 106, 254-269, 2017
472017
Terrestrialization, miniaturization and rates of diversification in African puddle frogs (Anura: Phrynobatrachidae)
BM Zimkus, L Lawson, SP Loader, J Hanken
PLoS One 7 (4), e35118, 2012
372012
Diversification in a biodiversity hot spot: landscape correlates of phylogeographic patterns in the A frican spotted reed frog
LP Lawson
Molecular Ecology 22 (7), 1947-1960, 2013
352013
Sexual dichromatism drives diversification within a major radiation of African amphibians
DM Portik, RC Bell, DC Blackburn, AM Bauer, CD Barratt, WR Branch, ...
Systematic Biology 68 (6), 859-875, 2019
312019
The adaptive genomic landscape of beak morphology in Darwin's finches
LP Lawson, K Petren
Molecular ecology 26 (19), 4978-4989, 2017
302017
Slow motion extinction: inbreeding, introgression, and loss in the critically endangered mangrove finch (Camarhynchus heliobates)
LP Lawson, B Fessl, F Hernán Vargas, HL Farrington, ...
Conservation Genetics 18 (1), 159-170, 2017
262017
Divergence at the edges: peripatric isolation in the montane spiny throated reed frog complex
LP Lawson, JM Bates, M Menegon, SP Loader
BMC evolutionary biology 15 (1), 1-15, 2015
242015
Three new species of spiny throated reed frogs (Anura: Hyperoliidae) from evergreen forests of Tanzania
SP Loader, LP Lawson, DM Portik, M Menegon
BMC Research notes 8 (1), 1-17, 2015
162015
Herpetofauna of montane areas of Tanzania. 3. Amphibian diversity in the northwestern Eastern Arc Mountains, with the description of a new species of Arthroleptis (Anura …
SP Loader, JC Poynton, LP Lawson, DC Blackburn, M Menegon
Fieldiana Life and Earth Sciences 2011 (4), 90-102, 2011
132011
Evolutionary history of the grey-faced sengi, Rhynchocyon udzungwensis, from Tanzania: a molecular and species distribution modelling approach
LP Lawson, C Vernesi, S Ricci, F Rovero
PloS one 8 (8), e72506, 2013
122013
A new reed frog (Hyperoliidae: Hyperolius) from coastal northeastern Mozambique.
W Conradie, L Verburgt, DM Portik, A Ohler, BA Bwong, LP Lawson
Zootaxa 4379 (2), 177-198, 2018
82018
Impact of species delimitation and sampling on niche models and phylogeographical inference: A case study of the East African reed frog Hyperolius substriatus Ahl, 1931
GB Bittencourt-Silva, LP Lawson, KA Tolley, DM Portik, CD Barratt, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 114, 261-270, 2017
72017
Predicting population extinctions in Darwin’s finches
HL Farrington, LP Lawson, K Petren
Conservation Genetics 20 (4), 825-836, 2019
62019
A new, narrowly distributed, and critically endangered species of spiny-throated reed frog (Anura: Hyperoliidae) from a highly threatened coastal forest reserve in Tanzania.
CD Barratt, LP Lawson, GB Bittencourt-Silva, N Doggart, T Morgan-Brown, ...
Herpetological Journal 27 (1), 2017
62017
Herpetofauna of montane areas of Tanzania. 1. Results from two amphibian surveys of Malundwe Mountain, Mikumi National Park
LP Lawson, L Collett
Fieldiana Life and Earth Sciences 2011 (4), 74-80, 2011
62011
Architectural evolution in cocoons spun by Hyalophora (Lepidoptera; Saturniidae) silk moth species
PA Guerra, LP Lawson, LJ Gatto, ME Albright, SJ Smith
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-11, 2020
32020
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