Landscape and conservation genetics
Selected relevant papers (available from WCF upon request):
Phillipsen, I., Funk, W. C., Hoffman, E., Monsen, K., and M. Blouin. 2011. Comparative analyses of effective population size within and among species as a case study: ranid frogs as a case study. Evolution 65:2927-2945.
Funk, W. C., T. S. Garcia, G. A. Cortina, and R. H. Hill. 2011. Population genetics of introduced bullfrogs, Rana (Lithobates) catesbeiana, in the Willamette Valley, Oregon, U.S.A. Biological Invasions 13:651-658.
Funk, W. C., and M. A. Murphy . 2010. Testing evolutionary hypotheses for phenotypic divergence using landscape genetics . Molecular Ecology 19:427-430.
Funk, W. C., E. D. Forsman, M. Johnson, T. D. Mullins, and S. M. Haig. 2010. Evidence for recent population bottlenecks in northern spotted owls (Strix occidentalis caurina). Conservation Genetics 11:1013-1021.
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Funk, W. C., D. C. Cannatella, and M. J. Ryan. 2009. Genetic divergence is more tightly related to call variation than landscape features in the Amazonian frogs Physalaemus petersi and P. freibergi. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 22:1839-1853.
Funk, W. C., C. A. Pearl, H. M. Draheim, M. J. Adams, T. D. Mullins, and S. M. Haig. 2008. Range-wide phylogeographic analysis of the spotted frog complex (Rana luteiventris and Rana pretiosa) in northwestern North America. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 49:198–210.
Funk, W. C., E. D. Forsman, T. D. Mullins, and S. M. Haig. 2008. Introgression and long-distance dispersal among spotted owl (Strix occidentalis) subspecies. Evolutionary Applications 1:161–171.
Funk, W. C., J. P. Caldwell, C. E. Peden, J. M. Padial, I. de la Riva, and D. C. Cannatella. 2007. Tests of biogeographic hypotheses for diversification in the Amazonian forest frog, Physalaemus petersi. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 44:825–837.
Funk, W. C., T. D. Mullins, and S. M Haig. 2007. Conservation genetics of snowy plovers (Charadrius alexandrinus) in the Western Hemisphere: population genetic structure and delineation of subspecies. Conservation Genetics 8:1287–1309.
Funk, W. C., T. D. Mullins, E. D. Forsman, and S. M. Haig. 2007. Microsatellite loci for distinguishing spotted owls (Strix occidentalis), barred owls (S. varia), and their hybrids. Molecular Ecology Notes 7:284-286.
Funk, W. C., A. E. Greene, P. S. Corn, and F. W. Allendorf. 2005. High dispersal in a frog species suggests that it is vulnerable to habitat fragmentation. Biology Letters 1:13–16.
Funk, W. C., M. S. Blouin, P. S. Corn, B. A. Maxell, D. S. Pilliod, S. Amish, and F. W. Allendorf. 2005. Population structure of Columbia spotted frogs (Rana luteiventris) is strongly affected by the landscape. Molecular Ecology 14:483–496.
Tallmon, D. A., W. C. Funk, F. W. Allendorf, and W. W. Dunlap. 2000. Genetic differentiation among long-toed salamander (Ambystoma macrodactylum) populations. Copeia 2000:27–35.