Publications

_______________________________   Preprints   _______________________________

Peñalba, Joshua V, Leo Joseph, Craig Moritz.
“Current geography masks dynamic history of gene flow during speciation in northern Australian birds”
bioRxiv 178475 [link]

_______________________________   2017   _______________________________

Peñalba, Joshua V, Ian J Mason, Richard Schodde, Craig Moritz, Leo Joseph. (2017)
“Characterizing divergence through three adjacent Australian avian transition zones”
Journal of Biogeography, 44 (10), 2247-2258 [link]

_______________________________   2016   _______________________________

McEntee, Jay P, Joshua V Peñalba, Chacha Werema, Elia Mulungu,
Maneno Mbilinyi, David Moyer, Louis Hansen, Jon Fjeldså, Rauri CK Bowie. (2016)
“Social selection parapatry in an Afrotropical sunbird”
Evolution, 70 (6), 1307-1321 [link]

Voelker, Gary, Jerry W Huntley, Joshua V Peñalba, Rauri C.K. Bowie (2016)
“Resolving taxonomic uncertainty and historical biogeographic patterns in Muscicapa flycatchers and their allies”
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 94: 618-625 [link]

_______________________________   2015   _______________________________

Schweizer, Manuel, Timothy F Wright, Joshua V Peñalba, Erin E Schirtzinger, Leo Joseph. (2015)
“Molecular phylogenetics suggests a New Guinean origin and frequent episodes of founder-event speciation in the nectarivorous lories and lorikeets (Aves: Psittaciformes)”
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 90 : 34-48 [link]

_______________________________   2014   _______________________________

Peñalba, Joshua V, Lydia L Smith, Maria A Tonione, Chodon Sass, Sarah M Hykin,
Phillip L Skipwith, Jimmy A McGuire, Rauri CK Bowie, and Craig Moritz. (2014)
“Sequence capture using PCR‐generated probes: a cost‐effective method of targeted high‐throughput sequencing for nonmodel organisms.”
Molecular Ecology Resources. 14(5), 1000-1010. [link]

Voelker, Gary, Joshua V Peñalba, Jerry W Huntley, and Rauri CK Bowie. (2014)
“Diversification in an Afro-Asian songbird clade (ErythropygiaCopsychus) reveals founder-event speciation via trans-oceanic dispersals and a southern to northern colonization pattern in Africa.”
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 73 : 97-105. [link]