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Luke Harmon

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    Vladimir MartynovThe Office for regulation of tariffs of the Tambov region

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    Uroš SavkovićUniversity of Belgrade Institute for Biological Research Sinisa Stankovic

  • Pelayo Munhoz Olea

    Pelayo Munhoz OleaUniversidade de Caxias do Sul

  • Cyndy Parr

    Cyndy ParrUSDA-ARS-National Agricultural Library

  • Loutfy Madkour

    Loutfy MadkourAl Baha University Faculty of Science

  • Jean-Michel Ane

    Jean-Michel AneUniversity of Wisconsin Madison

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  • Mike Robeson

    Mike RobesonUniversity of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

  • Roderic Page

    Roderic PagePLoS Biodiversity Hub

  • Charles Swift

    Charles SwiftNone

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    Holly BikUniversity of California Riverside Department of Nematology

  • Loren Sackett

    Loren SackettSmithsonian Institution

  • Karen Cranston

    Karen CranstonNational Evolutionary Synthesis Center (NESCent)

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Publications (5)

  • Fitting Models of Continuous Trait Evolution To Incompletely Sampled Comparative Data Using Approximate Bayesian Computation

    • Slater G
    • Harmon L
    • Wegmann D
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  • RBrownie: an R package for testing hypotheses about rates of evolutionary change

    • Stack J
    • Harmon L
    • O'Meara B
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  • Ecological explanations for (incomplete) speciation.

    • Nosil P
    • Harmon L
    • Seehausen O
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  • Nine exceptional radiations plus high turnover explain species diversity in jawed vertebrates.

    • Alfaro M
    • Santini F
    • Brock C
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  • Testing the island effect in adaptive radiation: rates and patterns of morphological diversification in Caribbean and mainland Anolis lizards.

    • Pinto G
    • Mahler D
    • Harmon L
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