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Department of Primatology

Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology
Deutscher Platz 6
04103 Leipzig

phone: +49 (341) 3550 - 200
fax: +49 (341) 3550 - 299


White, L. C., Fontsere, C., Lizano, E., Hughes, D. A., Angedakin, S., Arandjelovic, M., Granjon, A.-C., Hans, J. B., Lester, J. D., Rabanus-Wallace, M. T., Rowney, C., Städele, V., Marques-Bonet, T., Langergraber, K. E., & Vigilant, L. (2019). A roadmap for high-throughput sequencing studies of wild animal populations using non-invasive samples and hybridization capture (advance online). Molecular Ecology Resources.
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White, L. C., Moseby, K. E., Thomson, V. A., Donnellan, S. C., & Austin, J. J. (2018). Long-term genetic consequences of mammal reintroductions into an Australian conservation reserve. Biological Conservation,219, 1-11.
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White, L. C., Mitchell, K. J., & Austin, J. J. (2018). Ancient mitochondrial genomes reveal the demographic history and phylogeography of the extinct, enigmatic thylacine (Thylacinus cynocephalus). Journal of Biogeography,45(1), 1-13.
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White, L. C., Saltré, F., Bradshaw, C. J. A., & Austin, J. J. (2018). High-quality fossil dates support a synchronous, Late Holocene extinction of devils and thylacines in mainland Australia. Biology Letters,14(1): 20170642.
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White, L. C., & Austin, J. J. (2017). Relict or reintroduction? Genetic population assignment of three Tasmanian devils (Sarcophilus harrisii) recovered on mainland Australia. Royal Society Open Science,4(4): 170053.
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Burbidge, A. H., Joseph, L., Toon, A., White, L. C., McGuire, A., & Austin, J. J. (2017). A case for realigning species limits in the southern Australian whipbirds long recognised as the Western Whipbird (Psophodes nigrogularis). Emu - Austral Ornithology,117(3), 254-263.
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Kearns, A. M., Joseph, L., White, L. C., Austin, J. J., Baker, C., Driskell, A. C., Malloy, J. F. & Omland, K. E. (2016). Norfolk Island Robins are a distinct endangered species: ancient DNA unlocks surprising relationships and phenotypic discordance within the Australo-Pacific Robins. Conservation Genetics 17 (2), 321-335
Kearns, A. M., White, L. C., Austin, J. J. & Omland, K. E (2015). Distinctiveness of Pacific Robin subspecies in Vanuatu revealed from disparate patterns of sexual dichromatism, plumage colouration, morphometrics and ancient DNA. Emu-Austral Ornithology 115 (2), 89-98
White, L. C., Horsup, A., Taylor, A. C. & Austin, J. J. (2014). Improving genetic monitoring of the northern hairy-nosed wombat (Lasiorhinus krefftii). Australian Journal of Zoology 62 (3), 246-250