Dr Sonya Clegg: List of publications

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Life-history strategy varies with the strength of competition in a food-limited ungulate population.

Rapid morphological divergence following a human-mediated introduction: the role of drift and directional selection.

A simple dynamic model explains the diversity of island birds worldwide.

A simple dynamic model explains island bird diversity worldwide

The multiple population genetic and demographic routes to islands of genomic divergence

The multiple population genetic and demographic routes to islands of genomic divergence

Climate variation influences host specificity in avian malaria parasites.

The effect of insularity on avian growth rates and implications for insular body size evolution.

Response to Comment on "Precipitation drives global variation in natural selection".

Climate, host phylogeny and the connectivity of host communities govern regional parasite assembly

Multiple paternity in a Pacific marine turtle population: maternal attributes, offspring outcomes and demographic inferences

Integrating phylogenetic and ecological distances reveals new insights into parasite host specificity.

Precipitation drives global variation in natural selection.

The influence of climatic variation and density on the survival of an insular passerine Zosterops lateralis.

Co-infections and environmental conditions drive the distributions of blood parasites in wild birds.

Migration strategy and pathogen risk: non-breeding distribution drives malaria prevalence in migratory waders

Molecular and morphological description of Haemoproteus (Parahaemoproteus) bukaka (species nova), a haemosporidian associated with the strictly Australo-Papuan host subfamily Cracticinae.

Specialist enemies, generalist weapons and the potential spread of exotic pathogens: malaria parasites in a highly invasive bird.

Selection on heritable heterozygosity but no response to selection. Why?

Differences in host species relationships and biogeographic influences produce contrasting patterns of prevalence, community composition and genetic structure in two genera of avian malaria parasites in southern Melanesia.

Molecular and morphological characterization of Haemoproteus (Parahaemoproteus) ptilotis, a parasite infecting Australian honeyeaters (Meliphagidae), with remarks on prevalence and potential cryptic speciation.

The influence of vagrant hosts and weather patterns on the colonization and persistence of blood parasites in an island bird

The relative roles of cultural drift and acoustic adaptation in shaping syllable repertoires of island bird populations change with time since colonization.

Population biology: fur seals signal their own decline.

First evidence of avian malaria in capricorn silvereyes (zosterops lateralis chlorocephalus) on heron island

A review of global diversity in avian haemosporidians (Plasmodium and Haemoproteus: Haemosporida): new insights from molecular data.

Evidence of taxon cycles in an Indo-Pacific passerine bird radiation (Aves: Pachycephala).

Geographical surrogates of genetic variation for selecting island populations for conservation

The influence of gene flow and drift on genetic and phenotypic divergence in two species of Zosterops in Vanuatu.

Biogeographical patterns of blood parasite lineage diversity in avian hosts from southern Melanesian islands

Evolutionary changes following island colonization in birds

Avian haematozoan parasites and their associations with mosquitoes across Southwest Pacific Islands.

4000 years of phenotypic change in an island bird: heterogeneity of selection over three microevolutionary timescales.

Complex patterns of genetic and phenotypic divergence in an island bird and the consequences for delimiting conservation units.

Pedigree-free animal models: the relatedness matrix reloaded.

Large body size in an island-dwelling bird: a microevolutionary analysis.

Divergence in mating signals correlates with ecological variation in the migratory songbird, Swainson's thrush (Catharus ustulatus).

Direct versus indirect sexual selection: Genetic basis of colour, size and recruitment in a wild bird

Direct versus indirect sexual selection: genetic basis of colour, size and recruitment in a wild bird.

Limited Utility of mtDNA Markers for Determining Connectivity among Breeding and Overwintering Locations in Three Neotropical Migrant Birds

Morphological shifts in island-dwelling birds: the roles of generalist foraging and niche expansion.

Combining genetic markers and stable isotopes to reveal population connectivity and migration patterns in a neotropical migrant, Wilson's warbler (Wilsonia pusilla).

Bayesian inferences on the recent island colonization history by the bird Zosterops lateralis lateralis.

Microevolution in island forms: the roles of drift and directional selection in morphological divergence of a passerine bird.

Phylogeographical approaches to assessing demographic connectivity between breeding and overwintering regions in a Nearctic-Neotropical warbler (Wilsonia pusilla).

The 'island rule' in birds: medium body size and its ecological explanation.

Genetic consequences of sequential founder events by an island-colonizing bird.

Microsatellite primers for studies of gene flow and mating systems in white-eyes (Zosterops).

Molecular population genetics of the red kangaroo (Macropus rufus): mtDNA variation.