Timothy G. Barraclough
Timothy G. Barraclough
Professor of Evolutionary Biology, University of Oxford
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Sequence-based species delimitation for the DNA taxonomy of undescribed insects
J Pons, TG Barraclough, J Gomez-Zurita, A Cardoso, DP Duran, S Hazell, ...
Systematic biology 55 (4), 595-609, 2006
Delimiting species using single-locus data and the Generalized Mixed Yule Coalescent approach: a revised method and evaluation on simulated data sets
T Fujisawa, TG Barraclough
Systematic biology 62 (5), 707-724, 2013
DNA barcoding the floras of biodiversity hotspots
R Lahaye, M Van der Bank, D Bogarin, J Warner, F Pupulin, G Gigot, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (8), 2923-2928, 2008
A comprehensive phylogeny of beetles reveals the evolutionary origins of a superradiation
T Hunt, J Bergsten, Z Levkanicova, A Papadopoulou, OS John, R Wild, ...
Science 318 (5858), 1913-1916, 2007
A proposal for a standardised protocol to barcode all land plants
MW Chase, RS Cowan, PM Hollingsworth, C Van Den Berg, S Madri˝ßn, ...
Taxon 56 (2), 295-299, 2007
Accelerated species inventory on Madagascar using coalescent-based models of species delineation
MT Monaghan, R Wild, M Elliot, T Fujisawa, M Balke, DJG Inward, ...
Systematic biology 58 (3), 298-311, 2009
Darwin's abominable mystery: insights from a supertree of the angiosperms
TJ Davies, TG Barraclough, MW Chase, PS Soltis, DE Soltis, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (7), 1904-1909, 2004
Detecting the geographical pattern of speciation from species-level phylogenies
TG Barraclough, AP Vogler
The American Naturalist 155 (4), 419-434, 2000
Phylogenetics and speciation
TG Barraclough, S Nee
Trends in ecology & evolution 16 (7), 391-399, 2001
The effect of geographical scale of sampling on DNA barcoding
J Bergsten, DT Bilton, T Fujisawa, M Elliott, MT Monaghan, M Balke, ...
Systematic biology 61 (5), 851-869, 2012
Speciation has a spatial scale that depends on levels of gene flow
Y Kisel, TG Barraclough
The American Naturalist 175 (3), 316-334, 2010
Independently evolving species in asexual bdelloid rotifers
D Fontaneto, EA Herniou, C Boschetti, M Caprioli, G Melone, C Ricci, ...
PLoS biology 5 (4), e87, 2007
Species interactions alter evolutionary responses to a novel environment
D Lawrence, F Fiegna, V Behrends, JG Bundy, AB Phillimore, T Bell, ...
PLoS biology 10 (5), e1001330, 2012
Sexual selection and taxonomic diversity in passerine birds
TG Barraclough, PH Harvey, S Nee
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciencesá…, 1995
Splits: species’ limits by threshold statistics
T Ezard, T Fujisawa, TG Barraclough
R package version 1 (11), r29, 2009
The widely used small subunit 18S rDNA molecule greatly underestimates true diversity in biodiversity surveys of the meiofauna
CQ Tang, F Leasi, U Obertegger, A Kieneke, TG Barraclough, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (40), 16208-16212, 2012
Rate heterogeneity among lineages of tracheophytes: integration of molecular and fossil data and evidence for molecular living fossils
PS Soltis, DE Soltis, V Savolainen, PR Crane, TG Barraclough
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (7), 4430-4435, 2002
Revealing the factors that promote speciation
TG Barraclough, AP Vogler, PH Harvey
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series Bá…, 1998
Species co‐existence and character divergence across carnivores
T Jonathan Davies, S Meiri, TG Barraclough, JL Gittleman
Ecology letters 10 (2), 146-152, 2007
Environmental energy and evolutionary rates in flowering plants
TJ Davies, V Savolainen, MW Chase, J Moat, TG Barraclough
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciencesá…, 2004
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