Selected Publications

See my google scholar for a full list of publications

2019

Geography best explains global patterns of genetic diversity and 
postglacial co‐expansion in marine turtles
BN Reid, E Naro‐Maciel, AT Hahn, NN FitzSimmons, M Gehara
Molecular ecology 28 (14), 3358-3370
turtles

2018

The Biogeography of Deep Time Phylogenetic Reticulation
Burbrink FT, Gehara M Systematic biology, 67:743-744
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2017

Estimating synchronous demographic changes across populations using
hABC, and its application for a herpetological community from
Northeastern Brazil.
Gehara M, Garda AA, Werneck FP, Oliveira EF, Fonseca EM,Camurugi F,
Magalhães FM, Lanna FM, Sites JW, Marques R, Silveira‐Filho R, 
São Pedro VA, Colli GR, Costa GC, Burbrink FT
Molecular Ecology26: 47564771. DOI: 10.1111/mec.14239 

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Model-based analyses reveal insular population diversification and
cryptic frog species in the Ischnocnema parva complex in the Atlantic
Forest of Brazil
Gehara M, Barth A, Oliveira EF, Costa MA, Haddad CFB, Vences M
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 112: 68-78

parva

2014

High levels of diversity uncovered in a widespread nominal taxon: 
continental phylogeography of the Neotropical tree frog Dendropsophus
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Gehara M, Crawford AJ, Orrico VGD, Rodríguez A, Lötters S, Fouquet A,
 Barrientos LS, Brusquetti F, De la Riva I, Ernst R, Urrutia GG, Glaw F,
 Guayasamin JM, Hölting M, Jansen M, Kok PJR, Kwet A, Lingnau R, Lyra M,
 Moravec J, Pombal Jr JP, Rojas-Runjaic FJM, Schulze A, Señaris JC, Solé
 M, Rodrigues MT, Twomey E, Haddad CFB, Vences M, Köhler J
PloS one 9 (9): e103958

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2013

From widespread to microendemic: molecular and acoustic analyses show
 that Ischnocnema guentheri (Amphibia: Brachycephalidae) is endemic to
 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Gehara M, Canedo C, Haddad CFB, Vences M
Conservation Genetics 14 (5): 973-982
Population expansion, isolation and selection: novel insights on the
 evolution of color diversity in the strawberry poison frog
Gehara M, Summers K, Brown JL
Evolutionary Ecology 27 (4): 797-824

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