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253. Buckley SJ, Brauer CJ, Unmack P, Hammer M, Adams M, Beatty S, Morgan D, Beheregaray LB (2024) Long-term climatic stability drives accumulation and maintenance of divergent freshwater fish lineages in a temperate biodiversity hotspot. Heredity In press

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252. Attard CRM, Sandoval-Castillo J, Lang AR, Vernazzani BG, Torres LG, Baldwin R, Jenner KCS, Gill PC, Burton CLK, Barceló A, Sironi M, Jenner M, Morrice MG, Beheregaray LB, Möller LM (2024) Global conservation genomics of blue whales calls into question subspecies taxonomy and refines knowledge of population structure. Animal Conservation

251. Buckley SJ, Brauer CJ, Lamin C, Rose P, Vornicu D, Beheregaray LB (2024) A community-driven captive-breeding and reintroduction program maintains genetic diversity in a threatened freshwater fish. Conservation Science and Practice. 6(1), e13054.

250. Bretzel JB, Boys CA, Stocks J, Meaghan L. Rourke ML, Brauer CJ, Baumgartner LJ (2024) Destocking waterways: evidence that stocked Murray Cod (Maccullochella peelii) were extracted at pumped irrigation diversions within 24 hours of release. Ecological Management & Restoration. doi: 10.1111/emr.12607.

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249. Wellenreuther M, Ferchaud A-L, Beheregaray LB, Bierne N, Correa AS, Elmer K, Fraser D, Gifford D, Gompert Z, Johnson M, Kassen R, Martin R, Meek M, Mergeay J, Mérot C, Naish K, Narum S, Sunnucks P, Thomas F, Thrall P, Yáñez JM, Zhan J, Zhan X (2023). For the love of fish, nature and people: A tribute to Professor Louis Bernatchez (1960–2023) Evolutionary Applications doi: 10.1111/eva.1360.

248. Ferreira LC, Thums M, Whiting S, Meekan M, Andrews-Goff V, Attard CRM, Bilgmann K, Davenport A, Double M, Falchi F, Guinea M, Hickey SM, Jenner C, Jenner M, Loewenthal G, McFarlane G, Möller LM,  Norman B, Peel L, Pendoley K, Radford B, Reynolds S, Rossendell J, Tucker A, Waayers D, Whittock P, Wilson P, Fossette S (2023). Exposure of marine megafauna to cumulative anthropogenic threats in north-west Australia. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 11, 1229803.

247. Reeves I, Totterdell J, Betty E, Donnelly D, George A, Holmes S, Moller L, Stockin K, Wellard R, White C, Fote A (2023) Ancestry testing of “Old Tom,” a killer whale central to mutualistic interactions with human whalers. Journal of Heredity 114, 598–611.

246. Pratt EAL, Beheregaray LB, Fruet P, Tezanos-Pinto G, Bilgmann K, Zanardo N, Diaz-Aguirre F, Secchi ER, Freitas TRO, Möller LM (2023) Genomic divergence and the evolution of ecotypes in bottlenose dolphins (genus Tursiops). Genome Biology and Evolution 15(11), evad199.

245. Moy K, Schaffer J, Hammer MP, Attard CRM, Beheregaray LB, Duncan R, Lintermans M, Brown C, Unmack P (2023). Alternative conservation outcomes from aquatic fauna translocations: Losing and saving the Running River rainbowfish.  Aquatic Conservation 33, 1445–1459.

244. Gates K, Sandoval-Castillo J, Brauer C, Unmack P, Laporte M, Bernatchez L, Beheregaray LB (2023). Environmental selection, rather than neutral processes, best explain regional patterns of diversity in a tropical rainforest fish. Heredity doi: 10.1038/s41437-023-00612-x.

243. Bertram A, Bell J, Brauer C, Fowler A, Hamer P, Sandoval-Castillo J, Stewart J, Wellenreuther M, Beheregaray LB (2023). Biogeographic provinces and genomically delineated stocks are congruent in snapper (Chrysophrys auratus) from southeastern Australia. ICES Journal of Marine Science  doi: 10.1093/icesjms/fsad068.

242. Brauer C, Sandoval-Castillo J, Gates K, Hammer M, Unmack P, Bernatchez L, Beheregaray LB (2023). Natural hybridisation reduces vulnerability to climate change. Nature Climate Change doi: 10.1038/s41558-022-01585-1.

241. Bourman RP, Murray-Wallace CV, Wilson C, Mosley L, Tibby J, Ryan DD, De Carli ED, Tulley A, Belperio AP, Haynes D, Roberts A, Westell C, Barnett EJ, Dillenburg S, Beheregaray LB, Hesp PA (2023) Reply to the discussion by Gell and Finlayson (2023). Australian Journal of Earth Sciences. doi: 10.1080/08120099.2023.2175908.


240. Bertram A, Fairclough D, Sandoval-Castillo J, Brauer C, Fowler A, Wellenreuther M, Beheregaray LB (2022) Fisheries genomics of snapper (Chrysophrys auratus) along the west Australian coast. Evolutionary Applications 15, 1099-1114.

239. Barceló A, Sandoval-Castillo J, Brauer C, Bilgmann K, Parra GJ, Beheregaray LB, Möller LM (2022) Seascape genomics of common dolphins (Delphinus delphis) reveals adaptive diversity linked to regional and local oceanography. BMC Ecology and Evolution 22:88

238. Marshall, IR, Brauer CJ, Wedderburn SD, Whiterod NS, Hammer MP, Barnes TC, Attard CRM, Moller LM, Beheregaray LB (2022) Longitudinal monitoring of neutral and adaptive genomic diversity in a reintroduction. Conservation Biology doi: 10.1111/cobi.13889.

237. Booth EJ, Sandoval-Castillo J, Attard CRM, Gilligan DM, Unmack PJ, Beheregaray LB (2022) Aridification-driven evolution of a migratory fish revealed by niche modelling and coalescence simulations. Journal of Biogeography doi: 10.1111/jbi.14337.

236. Sandoval-Castillo J, Beheregaray LB, Wellenreuther M (2022) Genomic prediction of growth in a commercially, recreationally, and culturally important marine resource, the Australian snapper (Chrysophrys auratus). G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics doi:10.1093/g3journal/jkac015.

235. Attard CRM, Sandoval-Castillo J, Brauer C, Unmack PJ, Schmarr D, Bernatchez L, Beheregaray LB (2022) Fish out of water: genomic insights into persistence of rainbowfish populations in the desert. Evolution 76, 171-183.

234. Seeary L-R, Attard CRM, Totterdell J, Pitman RL, Möller LM (2022) Escort service: Sex and relatedness of humpback whales accompanying mother-calf pairs off Western Australia. Marine Mammal Science 38, 1682–1690.

233. Hay AC, Sandoval-Castillo J, Cooke GM, Chao NL, Beheregaray (2022) Riverscape genomics clarifies neutral and adaptive evolution in an Amazonian characin fish (Triportheus albus). Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution  doi: 10.3389/fevo.2022.825406.

232. Pratt EAL, Beheregaray LB, Bilgman K, Zanardo N, Diaz-Aguirre F, Brauer CJ, Sandoval-Castillo J, Möller LM (2022) Seascape genomics of coastal bottlenose dolphins along strong gradients of temperature and salinity. Molecular Ecology doi: 10.1111/mec.16389.

231. Attard CRM, Sandoval-Castillo J, Gilligan DM, Unmack PJ, Faulks LK, Beheregaray LB (2022) Genomics outperforms genetics to manage mistakes in fisheries stocking of threatened species. Biodiversity and Conservation  31, 895–908.

230. Buckley SJ, Brauer CJ, Unmack PJ, Hammer MP, Beheregaray LB (2022) Variation in intraspecific demography drives localised concordance but species-wide discordance in response to past climatic change. BMC Ecology and Evolution 22, 35.

229. Thums MC, Ferreira L, Jenner C, Jenner M, Harris D, Davenport A, Andrews-Goff V, Double M, Möller LM, Attard CRM, Bilgmann K, Thomson P, McCauley R (2022) Pygmy blue whale movement, distribution and important areas in the Eastern Indian Ocean. Global Ecology and Conservation 35, e02054.

228. Reeves IM, Totterdell JA, Barceló A, Sandoval-Castillo J, Batley K, Stockin KA, Betty EL, Donnelly D, Wellard R, Beheregaray LB, Möller LM (2022) Population genomic structure of killer whales (Orcinus orca) in Australian and New Zealand waters. Marine Mammal Science 38, 151-174.

227. Bourman RP, Murray-Wallace CV, Wilson C, Mosley L, Tibby J, Ryan DD, De Carli ED, Tulley A, Belperio AP, Haynes D, Roberts A, Westell C, Barnett EJ, Dillenburg S, Beheregaray LB, Hesp PA (2022) Holocene freshwater history of the Lower River Murray and its terminal lakes, Alexandrina and Albert, South Australia, and its relevance to contemporary environmental management. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences doi: 10.1080/08120099.2022.2019115.


226. Buckley SJ, Brauer CJ, Unmack PJ, Hammer MP, Beheregaray LB (2021) The roles of aridification and sea level changes in the diversification and persistence of freshwater fish lineages. Molecular Ecology 30, 4866-4883.

225. Teske PR, Emami-Khoyi A, Tirupathi RG, Sandoval-Castillo J, Lamont T, Chiazzari B, McQuaid CD, Beheregaray LB, van der Lingen CD (2021) The Sardine Run in south-eastern Africa is a mass migration into an ecological trap. Science Advances 7: eabf4514.

224. Hudson J, Castilla JC, Teske PR, Beheregaray LB, Haigh ID, McQuaid CD, Rius M (2021) Genomics-informed models reveal extensive stretches of coastline under threat by an ecologically dominant invasive species. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118, e2022169118. 

223. Thomas LJ, Liggins L, Banks SC, Beheregaray LB, Liddy M, McCulloch GA, Waters JM, Carter L, Byrne M, Cumming RA, Lamare MD (2021) The population genetic structure of the urchin Centrostephanus rodgersii in New Zealand. Marine Biology 168, 1-11.

222. Batley K, Sandoval-Castillo J, Kemper C, Zanardo N, Tomo I, Beheregaray LB, Möller LM (2021) Whole genomes reveal multiple candidate genes and pathways involved in the immune response of dolphins to a highly infectious viral disease. Molecular Ecology 30, 6434-6448.

221. Barceló A, Sandoval-Castillo J, Stockin KA, Bilgmann K, Attard CM, Zanardo N, Parra GJ, Hupman K, Reeves IM, Betty EL, Tezanos-Pinto G, Beheregaray LB, Möller LM (2021) A matter of scale: population genomic structure and connectivity of fisheries at-risk common dolphins (Delphinus delphis) from Australasia. Frontiers in Marine Science 8:616673.

220. Beheregaray LB, Attard CRM, Brauer CJ, Whiterod N, Wedderburn S, Hammer M (2021) Conservation breeding and reintroduction of pygmy perches in the lower Murray-Darling Basin, Australia: two similar species, two contrasting outcomes. IUCN Global Reintroduction Perspectives Case studies from around the globe (ed. Soorae PS), pp. 26-31. Abu Dhabi and Calgary Zoo, Canada, Gland, Switzerland.

219. Thums M, Ferreira LC, Jenner C, Jenner M, Harris D, Davenport A, Andrews-Goff V, Double M, Möller L, Attard CRM, Bilgmann K, Thomson PG, McCauley RD (2021) Understanding pygmy blue whale movement and distribution off north Western Australia. The APPEA Journal 61, 505-511.

218. Barceló A, Beheregaray LB, Möller LM (2021) Connectivity of common dolphins across the Australasian metapopulation. Australian Wildlife 3, 16-18.

217. Fruet PF, Möller LM, Secchi ER (2021) Dynamics and viability of a small, estuarine-resident population of Lahille’s bottlenose dolphins from Southern Brazil. Frontiers in Marine Science 7:593474

216. Day J, Power D, Gales R, Bannister J, Piggott M, Bilgmann K, Harcourt R, Beheregaray LB, Möller LM (2021) Australian sperm whales from different whaling stocks belong to the same population. Aquatic Conservation doi: 10.1002/aqc.349

215. Stoessel DJ, van Rooyen A, Beheregaray LB, Raymond SMC, van Wyk B, Haddy J, Lieschke J, Weeks AR (2021) Population genetic structure of estuary perch (Percalates colonorum Gunther) in south-eastern Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research 72, 263–274.


214. Smith S, Brauer CJ, Sasaki M, Unmack PJ, Guillot G, Laporte M, Bernatchez L, Beheregaray LB (2020) Latitudinal variation in climate-associated genes imperils range edge populations. Molecular Ecology 29, 4337– 4349.

213. Brauer CJ, Beheregaray LB (2020) Recent and rapid anthropogenic habitat fragmentation increases extinction risk for freshwater biodiversity. Evolutionary Applications 13, 2857– 286.

212. Sandoval-Castillo J, Gates K, Brauer CJ, Smith S, Bernatchez L, Beheregaray LB (2020) Adaptation of plasticity to projected maximum temperatures and across climatically defined bioregions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117, 17112-17121.

211. Thiele S, Adams M, Hammer MP, Wedderburn S, Whiterod N, Unmack PJ, Sasaki M, Beheregaray LB (2020) Range-wide population genetics study informs on conservation translocations and reintroductions for the endangered Murray hardyhead (Craterocephalus fluviatilis). Aquatic Conservation 30, 1959–1974.

210. Sandoval-Castillo J, Beheregaray LB (2020) Oceanographic heterogeneity influences an ecological radiation in elasmobranchs. Journal of Biogeography 47, 1599–1611.

209. Poulakakis N, Miller J, Evelyn J, Beheregaray LB, Russello M, Glaberman S, Boore J, Caccone A (2020) Colonization history of Galapagos giant tortoises: insights from mitogenomes support the progression rule. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 58,1262–1275.  

208. Furlan EM, Gruber B, Attard CRM, Wager RNE, Kerezsy A, Faulks LK, Beheregaray LB, Unmack PJ (2020) Assessing the benefits and risks of translocations in depauperate species: a theoretical framework with empirical validation. Journal of Applied Ecology 57, 831– 841.

207. Mӧller, L.M., Attard, C.R.M., Bilgmann, K., Andrews Gof V, Jonsen I, Paton D, Double MC (2020) Movements and behaviour of blue whales satellite tagged in an Australian upwelling system. Scientific Reports 10, 21165.

206. Moura A, Shreves K, Pilot M, Andrews K, Moore D, Kishida T, Möller LM, Natoli A, Gaspari S, McGowen M, Chen I, Gray H, Gore M, Culloch R, Kiani M, Willson M, Bulushi A, Collins T, Baldwin R, Willson A, Minton G, Ponnampalam L, Hoelzel AR (2020) Phylogenomics of the genus Tursiops and closely related Delphininae reveals extensive reticulation among lineages and provides inference about eco-evolutionary drivers. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 146, 106756.

205. Diaz-Aguirre F, Parra GJ, Passadore C, Möller LM (2020) Kinship and reproductive condition correlate with affiliation patterns in female southern Australian bottlenose dolphins. Scientific Reports 10, 1891.

204. Genoves RC, Fruet PF, Botta S, Beheregaray LB, Möller, LM, Secchi ER (2020) Fine-scale genetic structure in Lahille’s bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus gephyreus) is associated with social structure and feeding ecology. Marine Biology 167, 34.

203. Teixeira DF, Neto FRA, Gomes LC, Beheregaray LB, Carvalho DC (2020) Invasion dynamics of the white piranha (Serrasalmus brandtii) in a Neotropical river basin. Biological Invasions 22, 983–995. 


202. Grummer JA, Beheregaray LB, Bernatchez L, Hand B, Luikart G, Narum SR, Taylor EB (2019) Aquatic landscape genomics and environmental effects on genetic variation. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 34, 641-654.

201. Sandoval-Castillo J (2019) Conservation genetics of elasmobranchs of the Mexican Pacific Coast, trends and perspectives. Advances in Marine Biology 83, 115-157. 

200. Quinzin MC, Sandoval-Castillo J, Miller JM, Beheregaray LB, Russello MA, Hunter EA, Gibbs JP, Tapia W, Villalva F, Caccone A (2019) Genetically informed captive breeding of hybrids of an extinct species of Galapagos giant tortoise. Conservation Biology 33, 1404-141.

199. Teske, PR, Sandoval-Castillo J, Golla TR, Emami-Khoyi A, Tine M, von der Heyden S, Beheregaray LB (2019) Thermal selection as a driver 
of marine ecological speciation. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 286: 20182023.

198. Quesada V, Freitas-Rodríguez S, Miller J, Pérez-Silva J, Jiang Z, Tapia W, Santiago-Fernández O, Campos-Iglesias D, Kuderna L, Quinzin M, Álvarez M, Carrero D, Beheregaray LB, Gibbs J, Chiari Y, Glaberman S, Ciofi C, Araujo-Voces M, Mayoral P, Arango J, Tamargo-Gómez I, Roiz-Valle D, Pascual-Torner M, Evans B, Edwards D, Garrick R, Russello M, Poulakakis N, Gaughran S, Rueda D, Bretones G, Marques-Bonet T, White K, Caccone A, Lopez-Otin C (2019) Giant tortoise genomes provide insights into longevity and age-related disease.   Nature Ecology & Evolution 3, 87–9.

197. Diaz-Aguirre F, Parra G, Passadore C, Möller LM (2019) Genetic relatedness delineates the social structure of southern Australian bottlenose dolphins. Behavioural Ecology 30, 948–959.

196. Bilgmann K, Parra GJ, Holmes L, Peters KJ, Jonsen ID, Möller LM (2019) Abundance estimates and habitat preferences of bottlenose dolphins reveal the importance of two gulfs in South Australia. Scientific Reports 9, 8044.

195. Batley K, Sandoval-Castillo J, Kemper C, Attard C, Zanardo N, Tomo I, Beheregaray LB, Möller LM (2019) Genome-wide association study of an unusual dolphin mortality event reveals candidate genes for susceptibility and resistance to cetacean morbillivirus. Evolutionary Applications 12, 718-732.

194. Loughnan SR, Smith-Keune C, Beheregaray LB, Robinson NA, Jerry D (2019) Population genetic structure of barramundi (Lates calcarifer) across the natural distribution range in Australia informs fishery management and aquaculture practices. Marine and Freshwater Research 70, 1533-1542.


193. Brauer CJ, Unmack PJ, Smith S, Bernatchez L, Beheregaray LB (2018) On the roles of landscape heterogeneity and environmental variation in determining population genomic structure in a dendritic system. Molecular Ecology 27, 3484-3497.

192. Diaz-Aguirre F, Parra G, Passadore C, Möller LM (2018) Kinship influences social bonds among male southern Australian bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops cf. australis) Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 72, 190. 

191. Corrigan S, Lowther AD, Beheregaray LB, Bruce BD, Cliff G, Duffy CA, Foulis A, Francis MP, Goldsworthy SD, Hyde J, Jabado R, Kacev D, Marshall L, Mucientes G, Naylor G, Pepperell J, Queiroz N, White W, Wintner S, Rogers PJ (2018) Population connectivity of the highly migratory shortfin mako (Isurus oxyrinchus Rafinesque 1810) and implications for management in the Southern Hemisphere. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6, 187.

190. Zanardo N, Parra GJ, Diaz-Aguirre F, Pratt E, Möller (2018) Social cohesion and intra-population community structure in southern Australian bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops sp.). Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 72,156.

189. Carvalho DC, Beheregaray LB (2018) Conservation genetics of the threatened catfish Conorhynchos conirostris (Siluriformes: incertae sedis), an evolutionary relict endemic to the São Francisco River Basin, Brazil. Conservation Genetics 19, 1223–1230.

188. Buckley SJ, Domingos FMCB, Attard CRM, Brauer C, Sandoval-Castillo J, Lodge R, Unmack PJ, Beheregaray LB (2018) Phylogenomic history of enigmatic pygmy perches: Implications for biogeography, taxonomy and conservation. Royal Society Open Science 5: 172125.

187. Rodríguez-Zárate CJ, Sandoval-Castillo J, van Sebille E, Keane RG, Rocha-Olivares A, Urteaga J, Beheregaray LB (2018) Isolation by environment in the highly mobile olive ridley turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea) in the eastern Pacific. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 285: 20180264.

186. Teske, PR, Golla TR, Sandoval-Castillo J, Emami-Khoyi A, van der Lingen C, von der Heyden S, Chiazzari B, van Vuuren BJ, Beheregaray LB (2018) Mitochondrial DNA is unsuitable to test for isolation by distance. Scientific Reports 8:8448

185. Sandoval-Castillo J, Robinson N, Hart A, Strain L, Beheregaray LB (2018) Seascape genomics reveals adaptive divergence in a connected and commercially important mollusc, the greenlip abalone (Haliotis laevigata), along a longitudinal environmental gradient. Molecular Ecology 27, 1603-1620.

184. Attard CRM, Beheregaray LB, Sandoval-Castillo J, Jenner JK, Gill P, Jenner M, Morrice M, Möller LM (2018) From conservation genetics to conservation genomics: a genome-wide assessment of blue whales (Balaenoptera musculus) in Australian feeding aggregations. Royal Society Open Science 5: 170925.

183. Attard CRM, Brauer C, Sandoval-Castillo J, Faulks LK, Unmack PJ, Gilligan DM, Beheregaray LB (2018) Ecological disturbance influences adaptive divergence despite high gene flow in golden perch (Macquaria ambigua): implications for management and resilience to climate change. Molecular Ecology 27, 196–215.

182. Pratt EAL, Beheregaray LB, Bilgman K, Zanardo N, Diaz-Aguirre F, Möller LM (2018) Hierarchical metapopulation structure in a highly mobile marine predator: the southern Australia coastal bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops cf. australis). Conservation Genetics 19, 637–654.

181. Attard CRM, Beheregaray LB , Möller LM (2018) Genotyping-by-sequencing for estimating relatedness in non-model organisms: avoiding the trap of precise bias. Molecular Ecology Resources 18, 381-390.

180. Gaughran S, Quinzin M, Miller J, Garrick R, Edwards D, Russello M, Poulakakis N, Ciofi C, Beheregaray LB, Caccone A (2018) Theory, practice, and conservation in the age of genomics: the Galápagos giant tortoise as a case study. Evolutionary Applications 11, 1084-1093. 

179. Coleman R, Gauffre B, Pavlova A, Beheregaray LB, Kearns J, Lyon J, Sasaki M, Leblois R, Sgro C, Sunnucks P (2018) Artificial barriers prevent genetic recovery of small isolated populations of a low mobility freshwater fish. Heredity 120, 515–532.


178. Brauer C, Unmack PJ, Beheregaray LB (2017) Comparative ecological transcriptomics and the contribution of gene expression to the evolutionary potential of a threatened fish. Molecular Ecology 26, 6841–6856.

177. Miller JM, Quinzin MC, Poulakakis N, Gibbs JP, Beheregaray LB, Garrick RC, Russello M, Ciofi C, Edwards DL, Hunter EA, Tapia W, Rueda D, Carrión J, Valdivieso AA, Caccone A (2017) Identification of genetically important individuals of the rediscovered Floreana Galápagos giant  tortoise (Chelonoidis elephantopus) provide founders for species restoration program. Scientific Reports 7: 11471.

176. Fruet PF, Secchi ER, Di Tullio JC, Simões-Lopes PC, Daura-Jorge F, Costa APB, Vermeulen E, Flores PAC, Genoves RC, Laporta P,
Beheregaray LB, Möller LM (2017) Genetic divergence between two phenotypically distinct bottlenose dolphin ecotypes suggests separate evolutionary trajectories. Ecology and Evolution 7, 9131–9143.

175. Gates K, Sandoval-Castillo J, Bernatchez L, Beheregaray LB (2017) De novo transcriptome assembly and annotation for the desert rainbowfish (Melanotaenia splendida tatei) with comparison with candidate genes for future climates. Marine Genomics 35, 63–68.

174. Beheregaray LB, Pffeifer L, Attard CRM, Sandoval-Castillo J, Domingos FMCB, Faulks LK, Gilligan DM, Unmack PJ (2017) Genome-wide data delimits multiple climate-determined species ranges in a widespread Australian fish, the golden perch (Macquaria ambigua). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 111, 65-75.

173. Pavlova A, Beheregaray LB, Coleman R, Gilligan D, Harrisson KA, Ingram BA, Kearns J, Lamb A, Lintermans M, Lyon J, Nguyen J, Sasaki M, Tonkin Z, Yen J, Sunnucks P (2017) Severe consequences of habitat fragmentation on genetic diversity of an endangered Australian freshwater fish: a call for assisted gene flow. Evolutionary Applications 10, 531–550.

172. Unmack P, Sandoval-Castillo J, Hammer M, Adams M, Raadik T, Beheregaray LB (2017) Genome-wide SNPs resolve a key conflict between sequence and allozyme data to confirm another threatened candidate species of river blackfishes (Teleostei: Percichthyidae: Gadopsis). 
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 109, 415-420.

171. Teske PR, Sandoval-Castillo J, Waters JM, Beheregaray LB (2017) An overview of Australia’s temperate marine phylogeography, with new evidence from high-dispersal gastropods. Journal of Biogeography 44, 217–229. 

170. Domingos F, Colli GR, Lemmon A, Lemmon EM, Beheregaray LB (2017) In the shadows: Phylogenomics and coalescent species delimitation unveil cryptic diversity in a cerrado endemic lizard (Squamata: Tropidurus). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 107, 455-465.

169. Lean J, Hammer MP, Unmack PJ, Adams M, Beheregaray LB (2017) Landscape genetics informs mesohabitat preference and conservation priorities for a surrogate indicator species in a highly fragmented river system. Heredity 118, 374-384. 

168. Sandoval-Castillo J, Attard CRM, Marri A , J. Brauer C, Möller LM, Beheregaray LB (2017)  SWINGER: a user-friendly computer program to establish captive breeding groups that minimize relatedness without pedigree information. Molecular Ecology Resources 17, 278–287.


167. Teske PR, Sandoval-Castillo J, van Sebille E, Waters JM, Beheregaray LB (2016) Oceanography promotes self-recruitment in a planktonic larval disperser. Scientific Reports 6:34205.

166. Brauer CJ, Hammer MP, Beheregaray LB (2016) Riverscape genomics of a threatened fish across a hydroclimatically heterogeneous river basin. Molecular Ecology 25, 5093–5113.

165. Beheregaray LB, Attard CRM, Brauer CJ, Hammer MP (2016) How genetics can help save freshwater fishes. Wildlife Australia Spring, 34-37.

164. Attard CRM, Brauer CJ, Van Zoelen J, Sasaki M, Hammer MP, Morrison L, Harris JO, Möller LM, Beheregaray LB (2016) Multi-generational evaluation of genetic diversity and parentage in captive southern pygmy perch (Nannoperca australis). Conservation Genetics 17, 1469–1473.

163. Attard CRM, Möller LM, Sasaki M, Hammer MP, Bice C, Brauer C, Carvalho D, Harris J, Beheregaray LB (2016) A novel holistic framework for genetic-based captive breeding and reintroduction programs. Conservation Biology 30, 1060-1069.

162. Zanardo N, Parra GJ, Möller LM (2016) Site fidelity, residency, and abundance of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops sp.) in Adelaide’s coastal waters, South Australia. Marine Mammal Science doi: 10.1111/mms.12335.

161. Cole TL,  Hammer MP, Unmack PJ, Teske PR, Brauer CJ, Adams M, Beheregaray LB (2016) Range-wide fragmentation in a threatened fish associated with post-European settlement modification in the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia. Conservation Genetics 17, 1377–1391.

160. Attard CRM, Beheregaray LB, Möller LM (2016) Towards population-level conservation in the critically endangered Antarctic blue whale: the number and distribution of their populations. Scientific Reports 6: 22291.

159. McCairns RJS, Smith S, Sasaki M, Bernatchez L, Beheregaray LB (2016) The adaptive potential of subtropical rainbowfish in the face of climate change: heritability and heritable plasticity for the expression of candidate genes. Evolutionary Applications 9: 531–545.

158. Sasaki M, Hammer MP, Unmack PJ, Adams M, Beheregaray LB (2016) Population genetics of a widely distributed small freshwater fish with varying conservation concerns: the southern purple-spotted gudgeon, Mogurnda adspersaConservation Genetics 17, 875–889.

157. Corrigan S, Huveneers C, Stow A, Beheregaray LB (2016) A multi-locus comparative study of dispersal in three codistributed demersal sharks from eastern Australia. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73, 406-415. 

156. Beheregaray LB, Caccone A (2016) How we rediscovered ‘extinct’ giant tortoises in the Galápagos Islands – and how to save them. The Conversation January 8.

155. Zanardo N, Bilgmann K, Parra GJ, Möller LM (2016) Socio-genetic structure of short-beaked common dolphins in Southern Australia. Journal of Zoology doi:10.1111/jzo.12330

154. Loughnan SL, Smith-Keune C, Jerry DR, Beheregaray LB, Robinson NA (2016) Genetic diversity and relatedness estimates for captive barramundi (Lates calcarifer, Bloch) broodstock informs efforts to form a base population for selective breeding. Aquaculture Research  doi:10.1111/are.12807.

153. Attard CRM, Möller LM, Beheregaray LB (2016) DNA gives hope to blue whales. Australasian Science March, 36-38. 

152. Perini V, Carvalho DC, Beheregaray LB, Prosdocimi F (2016) The complete mitochondrial genome of the southern purple-spotted gudgeon Mogurnda adspersa (Perciformes: Eleotridae) through pyrosequencing. Mitochondrial DNA 27, 380-382.


151. Teske PR, Sandoval-Castillo J, Sasaki M, Beheregaray LB (2015) Invasion success of a habitat-forming marine invertebrate is limited by lower-than-expected dispersal ability. Marine Ecology Progress Series 536, 221-227.

150. Hammer MC, Goodmand TS, Adams M, Faulks LF, Unmack PJ, Whiterod NS, Walker KF (2015) Regional extinction, rediscovery and rescue of a freshwater fish from a highly modified environment: The need for rapid response. Biological Conservation 192, 91–100.

149. Beheregaray LB, Cooke GM, Chao NL, Landguth EL (2015) Ecological speciation in the tropics: insights from comparative genetic studies in Amazonia. Frontiers in Genetics 5, 477.

148. Sandoval-Castillo J, Beheregaray LB (2015) Metapopulation structure informs conservation management in a heavily exploited coastal shark (Mustelus henlei). Marine Ecology Progress Series 533, 191-203.

147. Bracamonte SE, Smith S, Hammer M, Pavey SA, Sunnucks P, Beheregaray LB (2015) Characterization of MHC class IIB for four endangered Australian freshwater fishes obtained from ecologically divergent populations. Fish and Shellfish Immunology  46, 468-476.

146. Teske PR, Sandoval-Castillo J, van Sebille E, Waters JM, Beheregaray LB (2015) On-shelf larval retention limits population connectivity in a coastal broadcast spawner. Marine Ecology Progress Series 532, 1-12Feature article

145. Attard CRM, Beheregaray LB, Jenner JK, Gill P, Jenner M, Morrice M, Teske PR, Möller LM (2015) Low genetic diversity in pygmy blue whales is due to climate-induced diversification rather than anthropogenic impacts. Biology Letters 11: 20141037.

144. Loughnan SR, Beheregaray LB, Robinson NA (2015) Microsatellite marker development based on next-generation sequencing for the smooth marron (Cherax cainii, Austin) and cross-species amplification in other Cherax species. BMC Research Notes 8:370.

143. Faulks LK, Gilligan DM, Beheregaray LB (2015) “Ragged mountain ranges, droughts and flooding rains”: The evolutionary history and conservation of Australian freshwater fishes. In: Austral Ark. Eds. Stow A, Mclean N & Holwell G. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

142. Fruet PF, Genoves RC, Möller LM, S Botta, Secchi ER (2015) Using mark-recapture and stranding data to estimate reproductive traits in female bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) of the Southwestern Atlantic Ocean. Marine Biology 162, 661-673. 

141. Mahon HC, Hammer MP, Harris JO (2015) Effect of salinity on growth of juvenile Yarra pygmy perch (Nannoperca obscura: Percichthyidae) Environmental Biology of Fishes 98, 1491-1500.

140. Fruet PF, Daura-Jorge F, Möller LM, Genoves RC, Secchi ER (2015) Abundance and demography of bottlenose dolphins inhabiting a subtropical estuary in the Southwestern Atlantic Ocean. Journal of Mammalogy 96, 332-343.

139. Connan M, Teske PR, Tree AJ, Whittington PA, McQuaid CD (2015) Seabird conservation and species identity: aligning morphology, genetics and stable isotopes to assess subspecies of Antarctic Tern, Sterna vittata, overwintering on the South African coast. Emu 115, 223-236.

138. Castilho CS, Pedone-Valdez F, Bertuol F, Fruet P, Genoves RC, Di Tullio JC, Caon G, Hoffmann LS, Freitas TRO (2015) Insights about the genetic diversity and population structure of an offshore group of common bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) in the Mid-Atlantic. Genetics and Molecular Research 14, 3387-3399.

137. Beheregaray LB, Attard C (2015) Developing a Population Genomic Approach for Indicators of Environmental Condition in the Lake Eyre Basin. Jim Cox, ed. Adelaide: Goyder Institute for Water Research Technical Report Series No. 15/x.

136. Sandoval-Castillo J, Strain L, Hart A, Robinson N, Beheregaray LB (2015) Use of next generation DNA technologies for revealing the genetic impact of fisheries restocking and ranching.Adelaide: The Seafood CRC Company Ltd, the Fisheries Research and Development Corporation, Flinders University.


135. Cooke GM, Landguth EL, Beheregaray LB (2014) Riverscape genetics identifies replicated ecological divergence across an Amazonian ecotone. Evolution 68, 1947-1960.

134. Teske PR, Sandoval-Castillo J, Waters JM, Beheregaray LB (2014) Can novel genetic analyses help to identify low-dispersal marine invasive species? Ecology and Evolution 14, 2848–2866.

133. Domingos F, Bosque RJ, Cassimiro J, Colli GR, Rodrigues MT, Santos MG, Beheregaray LB (2014) Out of the deep: Cryptic speciation in a Neotropical gecko (Squamata, Phyllodactylidae) revealed by species delimitation methods. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 80, 113-124.

132. Fruet PF, Secchi ER, Daura-Jorge F, Vermeulen E, Flores PAC, Simões-Lopes PC, Genoves RC, Laporta P, Di Tullio JC, Freitas TRO, Rosa LD, Valiati VH, Beheregaray LB, Möller LM (2014) Remarkably low genetic diversity and strong population structure in common bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) from coastal waters of the Southwestern Atlantic Ocean. Conservation Genetics doi: 10.1007/s10592-014-0586-z.

131. Teske PR (2014) Connectivity in solitary ascidians: Is a 24‑h propagule duration sufficient to maintain large‑scale genetic homogeneity? Marine Biology 161, 2681-1687.

131. Teske PR (2014) Connectivity in solitary ascidians: Is a 24‑h propagule duration sufficient to maintain large‑scale genetic homogeneity? Marine Biology 161, 2681-1687.

130. Chen W, Lavoué S, Beheregaray LB, Mayden RL (2014) Historical biogeography of a new antitropical clade of temperate freshwater fishes. Journal of Biogeography doi:10.1111/jbi.12333

129. Bilgmann K, Parra GJ, Zanardo N, Beheregaray LB, Möller LM (2014) Multiple management units of short-beaked common dolphins subject to fisheries by-catch off southern and southeastern Australia.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 500, 265-279.

128. Waters JM, Condie SA, Beheregaray LB (2014) Does coastal topography constrain marine biogeography at an oceanographic interface? Marine and Freshwater Research 65, 969-977.

127. Teske PR, Papadopoulos I, Barker NP, McQuaid CD, Beheregaray LB (2014) Mito-nuclear discordance in genetic structure across the Atlantic/Indian Ocean biogeographical transition zone. Journal of Biogeography 41, 392–401.

126. Rodriguez-Zarate CJ, Carvalho DC, Hammer MP, Beheregaray LB (2014) A set of microsatellite markers for the threatened Murray hardyhead, Craterocephalus fluviatilis (Pisces: Atherinidae) from the southern Murray–Darling Basin. Conservation Genetics Resources6, 473-475.

125.Carvalho DC, Oliveira DAA, Sampaio I, Beheregaray LB (2014) Analysis of propagule pressure and genetic diversity in the invasibility of a freshwater apex predator: the peacock bass (genus Cichla). Neotropical Ichthyology 12, 105-116.


124. Brauer CJ, Unmack PJ, Hammer MP, Adams M, Beheregaray LB (2013) Catchment-scale conservation units identified for the threatened Yarra pygmy perch (Nannoperca obscura) in highly modified river systems. PLoS ONE 8(12): e82953.

123. Rodríguez-Zárate CJ, Rocha-Olivares A, Beheregaray LB (2013) Genetic signature of a recent metapopulation bottleneck in the olive ridley turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea) after intensive commercial exploitation in Mexico. Biological Conservation 168, 10-18.

122. Moura AE, Nielsen SCA, Vilstrup JT, Moreno-Mayar JV, Gilbert MTP, Gray H, Natoli A, Möller LM, Hoelzel AR (2013) Recent diversification of a marine genus (Tursiops spp.) tracks habitat preference and environmental change. Systematic Biology doi: 10.1093/sysbio/syt051.

121. Peters KJ, Parra GJ, Skuza PP, Möller LM (2013) First insights into the effects of swim-with-dolphin tourism on the behavior, response, and group structure of southern Australian bottlenose dolphins. Marine Mammal Science doi: 10.1111/mms.12003.

120. Hammer MP, Bice CM, Hall A, Frears A, Watt A, Whiterod NS, Beheregaray LB, Harris JO, Zampatti BP (2013) Freshwater fish conservation in the face of critical water shortages in the southern Murray–Darling Basin, Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research 64, 807–821.

119. Smith S, Bernatchez L, Beheregaray LB (2013) RNA-seq analysis reveals extensive transcriptional plasticity to temperature stress in a freshwater fish species. BMC Genomics 2013, 14:375. (Highly Accessed)

118. Loughnan SR, Domingos JA, Smith-Keune C, Forrester JP, Jerry DR, Beheregaray LB, Robinson NA (2013) Broodstock contribution after mass spawning and size grading in barramundi (Lates calcarifer). Aquaculture 404-405, 139-149.

117. Müller CJ, Matos-Maraví PF, Beheregaray LB (2013) Delving into Delias Hübner (Lepidoptera: Pieridae): fine-scale biogeography, phylogenetics and systematics of the world’s largest butterfly genus. Journal of Biogeography doi:10.1111/jbi.12040.

116. Teske PR, Zardi GI, McQuaid CD, Nicastro K (2013) Two sides of the same coin: extinctions and originations across the Atlantic/Indian Ocean boundary as consequences of the same climate oscillation. Frontiers in Biogeography 5(1). 

115. Attard C, Möller LM (2013) Australian blue whales now call Antarctica home. Australasian Science May 2013, 27-29.

114. Ling HJ, Sandoval-Castillo J, Hammer MP, Beheregaray LB (2013) Development of microsatellite markers through 454 pyrosequencing for the river blackfish (Gadopsis marmoratus)  Molecular Ecology Resources doi: 10.1111/1755-0998.12121

113. Boehm JT, Woodall L, Teske PR, Lourie S, Baldwin C, Waldman J, Hickerson M (2013) Marine dispersal and barriers drive Atlantic seahorse diversification. Journal of Biogeography doi:10.1111/jbi.12127

112. Teske PR,  Sandoval-Castillo J, Fressigne L, Beheregaray LB (2013) Ten microsatellite loci from an undescribed South Pacific sea squirt, Pyura sp., and their use in the detection of non-random mating. Molecular Ecology Resources 13, 341–343.

111. Teske PR, Papadopoulos I, Barker NP, McQuaid CD (2013) Dispersal barriers and stochastic reproductive success do not explain small-scale genetic structure in a broadcast spawning marine mussel. Marine Ecology Progress Series 482, 133–140

110. Rius M, Teske PR (2013) Cryptic diversity in coastal Australasia: a morphological and mito-nuclear genetic analysis of habitat-forming sibling species. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 168, 597–611.

109. Mwale M, Kaiser H, Barker NP, Wilson AB, Teske PR (2013) Identification of a uniquely southern African clade of coastal pipefishes (Syngnathus spp.). Journal of Fish Biology doi:10.1111/jfb.12130.


108. Attard CRM, Beheregaray LB, Jenner JK, Gill P, Jenner M, Morrice M, Robertson K, Möller LM (2012) Hybridization of Southern Hemisphere blue whale subspecies and a sympatric area off Antarctica: impacts of whaling or climate change? Molecular Ecology 21, 5715-5727.

107. Cooke GM, Chao NL, Beheregaray LB (2012) Five cryptic species in the Amazonian catfish Centromochlus existimatus identified based on biogeographic predictions and genetic data. PLoS ONE 7(11): e48800.

106. Steckenreuter A, Möller LM, Harcourt R (2012) How does Australia’s largest dolphin-watching industry affect the behaviour of a small and resident population of Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins? Journal of Environmental Management 97, 14-21.

105. Teske PR, Papadopoulos I, Barker NP, McQuaid CD (2012) Mitochondrial DNA paradox: sex-specific genetic structure in a marine mussel – despite maternal inheritance and passive dispersal. BMC Genetics 2012, 13:45. (Highly Accessed)

104. Caze ALR, Kriedt RA,  Beheregaray LB, Bonatto SL, Freitas LB (2012) Isolation and characterization of microsatellite markers for Passiflora contractaInternational Journal of Molecular Sciences 13, 11343-11348.

103. Amaral AR, Beheregaray LB, Bilgmann K, Freitas L, Robertson KM, Sequeira M, Stockin KA, Coelho MM, Möller LM (2012) Influences of past climatic changes on historical population structure and demography of a cosmopolitan marine predator, the common dolphin (genus Delphinus). Molecular Ecology 21, 4854-4871.

102. Carvalho DC, Oliveira DAA, Beheregaray LB, Torres RA (2012) Hidden genetic diversity and distinct evolutionarily significant units in an commercially important Neotropical apex predator, the surubim catfish Pseudoplatystoma corruscansConservation Genetics 13, 1671–1675.

101. Amaral AR, Jackson JA, Möller LM, Beheregaray LB, Coelho MM (2012) Species tree of a recent radiation: the subfamily Delphininae (Cetacea, Mammalia). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 64, 243-253.

100. Cooke GM, Chao NL, Beheregaray LB (2012) Natural selection in the water: freshwater invasion and adaptation by water colour in the Amazonian pufferfish. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25, 1305-1320.

99. Sandoval-Castillo J, Gardner MG, Beheregaray LB (2012) Rapid isolation of 14 microsatellite markers for Van Diemen’s siphon limpet Siphonaria diemenensisConservation Genetics Resources 4, 845-847.

98. Cooke GM, Chao NL, Beheregaray LB (2012) Divergent natural selection with gene flow along major environmental gradients in Amazonia: Insights from genome scans, population genetics and phylogeography of the characin fish Triportheus albusMolecular Ecology 21, 2410–2427.  
Paper recommended by F1000, read review here

97. Möller LM (2012) Sociogenetic structure, kin associations and bonding in delphinids. Molecular Ecology 21, 745–764.

96. Wiszniewski J, Corrigan S, Beheregaray LB, Möller LM (2012) Male reproductive success increases with alliance size in Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus). Journal of Animal Ecology 93, 239-250.

95. Amaral AR, Beheregaray LB, Bilgmann K, Boutov D, Freitas L, Robertson KM, Sequeira M, Stockin KA, Coelho MM, Möller LM (2012) Seascape genetics of a globally distributed, highly mobile marine mammal: the short-beaked common dolphin (genus Delphinus). PLoS ONE 7(2): e31482.

94. Sandoval-Castillo J, Gardner MG, Beheregaray LB (2012) Isolation and characterization of microsatellite markers for the marine black nerite Nerita atramentosa: tools for assessment and design of marine protected areas. Conservation Genetics Resources 4, 625-627.

93. Wiszniewski J, Brown C, Möller LM (2012) Complex patterns of male alliance formation in a dolphin social network. Journal of Mammalogy 93, 239-250.

92. Steckenreuter A, Harcourt R, Möller LM (2012). Are Speed Restriction Zones an effective management toolfor minimising impacts of boats on dolphins in an Australian marine park? Journal of Marine Policy 36, 258-264.

91. Cooke GM, Chao NL, Beheregaray LB (2012) Marine incursions, cryptic species and ecological diversification in Amazonia: the biogeographic history of the croaker genus Plagioscion (Sciaenidae). Journal of Biogeography  39, 724-738.

90. Carvalho DC, Sasaki M, Hammer MP, Beheregaray LB (2012) Development of 18 microsatellite markers for the southern purple-spotted gudgeon (Mogurnda adspersa) from the lower Murray-Darling Basin through 454 pyrosequencing. Conservation Genetics Resources 4, 339-341.

89. Prosdocimi F, Carvalho DC, Almeida RN, Beheregaray LB (2012) The complete mitochondrial genome for two recently derived species of the fish genus Nannoperca (Perciformes, Percichthyidae). Molecular Biology Reports 39, 2767-2772.

88. Carvalho DC, Hammer MP, Beheregaray LB (2012) Isolation and PCR multiplex genotyping of 18 novel microsatellite markers for the threatened southern pygmy perch (Nannoperca australis). Conservation Genetics Resources 4, 15-17.


87. Teske PR,  Papadopoulos I, Mmnonwa L, Matumba TG, McQuaid CD, Barker NP, Beheregaray LB (2011) Climate-driven genetic divergence of limpets with different life histories across a southeast African marine biogeographic disjunction: different processes, same outcome. Molecular Ecology 20, 5025-5041.

86. Shaddick K, Burridge CP, Jerry DR, Schwartz TS, Truong K, Gilligan DM, Beheregaray LB (2011) A hybrid zone and bidirectional introgression between two catadromous species: Australian bass Macquaria novemaculeata and estuary perch Macquaria colonorumJournal of Fish Biology 79, 1214–1235.

85. Teske PR, Rius M, McQuaid CD, Styan CA, Piggott MP, Benhissoune S, Fuentes-Grünewald C, Walls K, Page M, Attard CRM, Cooke GM, McClusky CF, Banks SC, Barker NP, Beheregaray LB (2011) “Nested” cryptic diversity in a widespread marine ecosystem engineer: a challenge for detecting biological invasions. BMC Evolutionary Biology 11: 176. (Highly Accessed)

84. Kriedt RA, Ramos-Fregonezzi AMC, Beheregaray LB, Bonatto SL, Freitas LB (2011) Isolation, characterization and cross-amplification of microsatellite markers for Petunia integrifolia (Solanaceae) complex. American Journal of Botany 98, e277-e279.

83. Bilgmann K, Möller LM, Harcourt R, Kemper CK, Beheregaray LB (2011) The use of carcasses for the analysis of cetacean population genetic structure: a comparative study in two dolphin species. PLoS ONE 6(5): e20103.

82. Faulks LK, Gilligan DM, Beheregaray LB (2011)The role of anthropogenic vs. natural in-stream structures in determining connectivity and genetic diversity in an endangered freshwater fish, Macquarie perch (Macquaria australasica). Evolutionary Applications 19, 4723-4737.

81. Shaddick K, Burridge CP, Jerry DR, Gilligan DM, Truong K, Beheregaray LB (2011) Historical divergence with recent connectivity in a catadromous fish, the estuary perch (Macquaria colonorum). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 68, 304-318.

80. Piggott M, Chao NL, Beheregaray LB (2011) Three fishes in one: cryptic species in an Amazonian floodplain forest specialist. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 102, 391-403.

79. Möller LM, Pedoni F, Allen S, Bilgmann K, Corrigan S, Beheregaray LB (2011) Fine-scale genetic structure in short-beaked common dolphins (Delphinus delphis) along the East Australian Current. Marine Biology 158, 113-126.

78. Amaral AR, Silva MC, Möller LM, Beheregaray LB, Coelho MM (2011) Evolution of two reproductive proteins in Cetaceans. Journal of Heredity 102, 275-282.

77. Carvalho DC, Rodriguez-Zarate CJ, Hammer MP, Beheregaray LB (2011) Development of 21 microsatellite markers for the threatened Yarra pygmy perch (Nannoperca obscura) through 454 shot-gun pyrosequencing. Conservation Genetics Resources 3, 601-604.

76. Sandoval-Castillo J & Rocha-Olivares A (2011) Deep mitochondrial divergence in Baja California populations of an aquilopelagic elasmobranch: The golden cownose ray. Journal of Heredity 102, 269-274.

75. Carvalho DC, Beheregaray LB (2011) Rapid development of microsatellites for the endangered Neotropical catfish Conorhynchus conirostris using a modest amount of 454 shot-gun pyrosequencing. Conservation Genetics Resources 3, 373-375.

74. Beheregaray LB, Schwartz TS (2011) Taxonomic assessment of Australian bass and estuary perch. pg 57-74. In: Fulton, W. and K. Hall (eds) Freshwater Fish Resources in the Snowy River, Victoria. Fisheries Victoria Research Report Series No. 25.

73. Rius M, Teske PR (2011) A revision of the Pyura stolonifera species complex (Tunicata, Ascidiacea), with a description of a new species from Australia. Zootaxa 2754, 27-40.

72. Steckenreuter A, Harcourt R, Möller LM (2011). Distance does matter: close approaches by boats impede feeding and resting behaviour of Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins. Wildlife Research 38: 455-463.


71. Faulks LK, Gilligan DM, Beheregaray LB (2010) Islands of water in a sea of dry land: hydrological regime predicts genetic diversity and dispersal in a widespread fish from Australia’s arid zone, the golden perch (Macquaria ambigua). Molecular Ecology 19, 4723-4737.

70. Attard C, Beheregaray LB, Jenner C, Gill P, Jenner M, Morrice M, Bannister J, LeDuc R & Möller L (2010) Genetic diversity and structure of blue whales (Balaenoptera musculus) in Australian feeding aggregations. Conservation Genetics 11, 2437-2441.

69. Wiszniewski J, Lussiau D, Möller LM (2010) Female bisexual kinship ties maintain social cohesion of a dolphin network. Animal Behavior 80, 895-904.

68. Teske PR, Forget FRG, Cowley PD, von der Heyden S, Beheregaray LB (2010) Connectivity between marine reserves and exploited areas in the philopatric seabream Chrysoblephus laticeps (Teleostei: Sparidae) Marine Biology 157, 2029–2042.

67. Müller CJ, Beheregaray LB (2010) Paleo-Island affinities revisited: Biogeography and systematics of the genus Cethosia (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 57, 314-326.

66. Banks SC, Ling SD, Johnson CR, Piggott MP, Williamson JE & Beheregaray LB (2010) Genetic structure of a recent climate-change driven range expansion. Molecular Ecology 19, 2011–2024.

65. Faulks LK, Gilligan DM, Beheregaray LB (2010) Clarifying an ambiguous evolutionary history: range-wide phylogeography of an Australian freshwater fish, Golden Perch (Macquaria ambigua). Journal of Biogeography 37, 1329–1340.

64. Müller CJ, Wahlberg N, Beheregaray LB (2010) ‘After Africa’ – The Evolutionary History and Systematics of the genus Charaxes Ochsenheimer (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Charaxinae) in the Indo-Pacific Region. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 100, 457–481.

63. Faulks LK, Gilligan DM, Beheregaray LB (2010) Evolution and maintenance of divergent lineages in an endangered freshwater fish, Macquaria australasicaConservation Genetics 11, 921–934.

62. Wiszniewski J, Beheregaray LB, Allen SJ, Möller LM (2010) Environmental and social influences on the genetic structure of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus) in Southeastern Australia. Conservation Genetics 11, 1405–1419.

61. Rourke M, Gilligan D, Attard C, Teske P, Beheregaray LB (2009) Isolation and characterisation of microsatellite loci in the Australian freshwater catfish. Conservation Genetics Resources 2, 245-248.

60. Amaral AR, Silva MC, Möller LM, Beheregaray LB, Coelho MM (2010) Anonymous nuclear markers for cetacean species. Conservation Genetics 11,1143–1146.


59. Teske P, Beheregaray LB (2009) Evolution of seahorses’ upright posture was linked to Oligocene seagrass expansion. Biology Letters 5, 521-523.

58. Corrigan S, Beheregaray LB (2009) A recent shark radiation: molecular phylogeny, biogeography and speciation of wobbegong sharks (Orectolobidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 52, 205-216.

57. Teske P, McLay C, Sandoval-Castillo J, Papadopoulos I, Newman BK, Griffiths CL, McQuaid CD, Barker NG, Borgonie G, Beheregaray LB (2009) Tri-locus sequence data reject a “Gondwanan origin hypothesis” for the African/South Pacificcrab genus HymenosomaMolecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 53, 23-33.

55. Bilgmann K, Möller LM, Gales R, Harcourt R, Beheregaray LB (2009) Reply to “Clarifying the interpretation of Hamer et al. (2008) by Bilgmann et al. (2008)”. Animal Conservation 12, 289–290.

56. Wiszniewski J, Allen SJ, Möller LM (2009) Social cohesion in a hierarchically structured embayment population of Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins.  Animal Behavior 77, 1449–1457

54. Teske P, Beheregaray LB (2009) The rise of seahorses. Australasian Science Nov/Dec 2009, 24-25.

53. Sistrom MJ, Chao NL, Beheregaray LB (2009) Population history of the Amazonian one-lined pencilfish based on intron DNA data. Journal of Zoology 278, 287–298.

52. Kodandaramaiah U, Peña C, Braby MF, Grund R, Müller CJ, Nylin S, Wahlberg N (2009) Phylogenetics of Coenonymphina (Nymphalidae: Satyrinae) and the problem of rooting rapid radiations. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 54, 386-394

51. Cooke GM, Chao NL & Beheregaray LB (2009) Phylogeography of a flooded forest specialist fish from central Amazonia based on intron DNA: the cardinal tetra Paracheirodon axelrodiFreshwater Biology 54, 1216-1232.

50. Teske P, Cowley PD, Fabien RG, Beheregaray LB (2009) Microsatellite markers for the roman seabream, Chrysoblephis laticeps (Teleostei: Sparidae), an overexploited South African fish. Molecular Ecology Resources 9, 1162-1164.

49. Teske PR, Winker H, McQuaid CD, Barker NP (2009) A tropical/subtropical biogeographic disjunction in southeastern Africa separates two Evolutionarily Significant Units of an estuarine prawn. Marine Biology 165, 1265-1275.

48. Teske P, Beheregaray LB (2009) Intron-spanning primers for the amplification of the nuclear ANT gene in decapod crustaceans. Molecular Ecology Resources 9, 774-776.

47. Carvalho DC, Oliveira DAA, Sampaio I, Beheregaray LB (2009) Microsatellite markers for the Amazon peacock bass, Cichla piquitiMolecular Ecology Resources 9, 239-241.

46. Attard C, Holwell G, Schwartz T, Umbers K, Stow A, Herberstein ME, Beheregaray LB (2009) Microsatellite markers for the praying mantid Ciulfina rentzi (Liturgusidae). Molecular Ecology Resources 6, 1480-1482.

45. Carvalho DC, de Oliveira DAA, dos Santos JE, Teske P, Beheregaray LB, Schneider H & Sampaio I (2009) Genetic chracterization of native and introduced populations of the neotropical cichlid genus Cichla in Brazil. Genetics and Molecular Biology 32, 3, 601-607.

44. Ciofi C, Caccone A, Beheregaray LB, Milinkovitch MC, Russello M, Powell JR (2009) Genetics and Conservation on Islands: the Galápagos GiantTortoise as a Case Study. In: Population Genetics for Animal Conservation, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. ISBN-13: 9780521866309.

43. Beheregaray LB (2008) Twenty years of Phylogeography: the state of the field and the challenges for the Southern Hemisphere. Molecular Ecology 17, 3754-3774.  

42. Poulakakis N, Glaberman S, Michael R, Beheregaray LB, Ciofi C, Powell JR, Caccone A (2008) Historical DNA analysis reveals living descendants of an extinct species of Galapagos Tortoise. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105, 15464-1546X.

41. Corrigan S, Huveneers C, Schwartz TS, Harcourt RG, Beheregaray LB (2008) Genetic and reproductive evidence for two species of ornate wobbegong shark Orectolobus spp. on the Australian east coast. Journal of Fish Biology 73, 1662-1675.

40. Teske PR, Papadopoulos I, Newman B, Dworschak P, McQuaid C, Barker NG (2008). Oceanic dispersal barriers, adaptation and larval retention: an interdisciplinary assessment of potential factors maintaining a phylogeographic break between sister lineages of an African prawn. BMC Evolutionary Biology 8:341.

39. Bilgmann K, Möller LM, Gales R, Harcourt R, Beheregaray LB (2008) Common dolphins subject to fisheries impacts in Southern Australia are genetically differentiated: implications for conservation. Animal Conservation 11, 518-528.

38. Möller LM, Bilgmann K, Charlton-Robb K, Beheregaray LB (2008) Multi-gene evidence for a new species of bottlenose dolphin in southern Australia. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 49, 674-681.

37. Piggott M, Banks S, Tung P, Beheregaray LB (2008) Genetic evidence for different scales of connectivity in a marine mollusc. Marine Ecology Progress Series 365, 127-136.

36. Möller LM, Harcourt RG (2008) Shared reproductive state enhances female associations in dolphins. Research Letters in Ecology. doi: 10.1155/2008/498390.

35. Garrick RC, Dyer, RJ, Beheregaray LB, Sunnucks P (2008) Babies and bathwater: A comment on the premature obituary for nested clade phylogeographic analysis. Molecular Ecology 17, 1401-1403.

34. Schwartz TS, Beheregaray LB (2008) Using genotype simulations and Bayesian analyses to identify individuals of hybrid origin in Australian Bass: Lessons for fisheries management. Journal of Fish Biology 72, 435-450.

33. Faulks L, Gilligan D, Beheregaray LB (2008) Phylogeography of a threatened freshwater fish (Mogurnda adspersa) in eastern Australia: conservation implications. Marine and Freshwater Research 59, 89-96.


32. Beheregaray LB, Caccone A (2007) Cryptic biodiversity in a changing world. BMC Biology 6, 1-5. (Highly Accessed)

31. Banks S, Piggott M, Williamson J, Bove U, Holbrook N, Beheregaray LB (2007) Oceanic variability and coastal topography shape local genetic structure in a long-dispersing marine invertebrate. Ecology 88, 3055-3064.

30. Möller LM, Wiszniewski J, Allen SJ, Beheregaray LB (2007) Habitat type promotes rapid and localized genetic differentiation in dolphins. Marine and Freshwater Research 58, 640-648.

29. Bilgmann K, Moller LM, Harcourt R, Beheregaray LB (2007) Genetic differentiation in bottlenose dolphins from South Australia: an association with local oceanography and coastal geography. Marine Ecology Progress Series 341, 265-276.

28. Cooke GM, Beheregaray LB (2007) Extremely high variability in the S72 intron of the Amazonian cardinal tetra (Paracheirodon axelrodi). Journal of Fish Biology 71, 132-140.

27. Russello MA, Beheregaray LB, Gibbs J, Fritts T, Havill N, Powell JR, Caccone A (2007) Lonesome George is not alone among Galápagos tortoises. Current Biology 17, R317-R318.

26. Bilgmann K, Griffiths OJ, Allen SJ, Möller LM (2007) A biopsy pole system for bow-riding dolphins: sampling success, behavioral responses, and test for sampling bias. Marine Mammal Science 23, 218–225.

25. Schwartz TS, Warner DA, Beheregaray LB, Olsson M (2007) Microsatellite loci for Australian Agamid lizards. Molecular Ecology Notes 7, 528-531.

24. Banks S, Piggott M, Williamson J, Beheregaray LB (2007) Microsatellite markers for the sea-urchin Centrostephanus rodgersiiMolecular Ecology Notes 7, 321-323.


23. Möller LM, Beheregaray LB, Allen SJ, Harcourt RG (2006) Association patterns and kinship in female Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus) of southeastern Australia. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61, 109-177.

22. Piggott M, Banks S, Beheregaray LB (2006) Use of SSCP to improve the efficiency of microsatellite identification from microsatellite enriched libraries. Molecular Ecology Notes 6, 613-615.

21. Banks S, Piggott M, Raftos D, Beheregaray LB (2006) Microsatellite markers for the Sydney rock oyster, Saccostrea glomerata, a commercially important bivalve in south-eastern Australia. Molecular Ecology Notes 6, 856-858.

20. Ciofi C, Wilson GA, Beheregaray LB, C Marquez, J Gibbs, W Tapia, H Snell, Caccone G, Gibbs J, Powell JR (2006) Phylogeographic history and gene flow among giantGalápagos tortoises on southern Isabela island. Genetics 172, 1727-1744.

19. Beheregaray LB, Piggott M, Chao NL, Caccone G (2006) Development and characterization of microsatellite markers for the Amazonian blackwing hatchetfish, Carnegiella marthae (Teleostei, Gasteropeloecidae). Molecular Ecology Notes 6, 787-788.


18. Beheregaray LB, Chae J, Chao NL, Caccone G (2005) Characterization of microsatellite loci for the rummy nose tetra Hemigrammus bleheri (Characidae), an Amazonian flooded forest fish. Molecular Ecology Notes 5, 536-537.

17. Schwartz TS, Jenkins F, Beheregaray LB (2005) Microsatellite DNA markers developed for the Australian bass (Macquaria novemaculeata) and their cross-amplification in estuary perch (M. colonorum). Molecular Ecology Notes 5, 519-520.


16. Beheregaray LB, Havill N, Gibbs J, Fritts T, Powell JR, Caccone G (2004) Gianttortoises are not so slow: rapid diversification and biogeographic consensus in the Galápagos. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101, 6514-6519.

15. Möller LM, Beheregaray LB (2004) Genetic evidence of sex-biased dispersal in resident bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus). Molecular Ecology 13, 1607-1612.

14. Beheregaray LB, Möller LM, Schwartz TS, Chao NL, Caccone G (2004) Microsatellite markers for the cardinal tetra Paracheirodon axelrodi, a commercially important fish from central Amazonia. Molecular Ecology Notes 4, 330-332.

13. Beheregaray LB, Schwartz TS, Möller LM, Call D, Chao NL, Caccone G (2004) A set of microsatellite DNA markers for the one-lined pencilfish Nannostomus unifasciatus, an Amazonian flooded forest fish. Molecular Ecology Notes 4, 333-335.


12. Beheregaray LB, Ciofi C, Geist D, Gibbs J, Caccone G, Powell JR (2003) Genes record a prehistoric volcano eruption in the Galápagos. Science 302, 75.

11. Beheregaray LB, Ciofi C, Caccone G, Gibbs J, Powell JR (2003) Genetic divergence, phylogeography and conservation units of gianttortoises from Santa Cruz and Pinzón, Galápagos Islands. Conservation Genetics 4, 31-46.

10. Burns C, Ciofi C, Beheregaray LB, Caccone G, Powell JR (2003) The origin of captive Galápagos tortoises based on DNA analysis: implications for the management of natural populations. Animal Conservation 6, 329-337.


9. Beheregaray LB, Sunnucks P, Briscoe DA (2002) A rapid fish radiation associated with the last sea level changes in southern Brazil: the silverside Odontesthes perugiae complex. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 269, 65-73.


8. Beheregaray LB, Sunnucks P (2001) Fine-scale genetic structure, estuarine colonization and incipient speciation in the marine silverside fish Odontesthes argentinensisMolecular Ecology 10, 2849-2866.

7. Möller LM, Beheregaray LB, Harcourt R, Kruetzen M (2001) Kinship and alliance formation in wild male bottlenose dolphins. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 268, 1756-1762.

6. Möller LM, Beheregaray LB (2001) Coastal bottlenose dolphins from southeastern Australia are Tursiops aduncus according to sequences of the mitochondrial DNA control region. Marine Mammal Science 17, 249-263.


5. Beheregaray LB, Sunnucks P, Alpers D L, Banks SC, Taylor AC (2000) A set of microsatellite loci for the hairy-nosed wombats (Lasiorhinus krefftii and L. latifrons). Conservation Genetics 1, 89-92.

4. Sunnucks P, Wilson ACC, Beheregaray LB, Zenger K, French J, Taylor AC (2000) SSCP is not so difficult: the application and utility of single-stranded conformation polymorphism in evolutionary biology and molecular ecology. Molecular Ecology 9, 1699-1710.

3. Beheregaray LB, Sunnucks P (2000) Microsatellite loci isolated from Odontesthes argentinensis and the O. perugiae species group and their use in other South American silverside fish. Molecular Ecology 9, 629-631.

2. Sloane MA, Sunnucks P, Alpers DL, Beheregaray LB, Taylor AC (2000) Highly reliable genetic identification of individual northern hairy-nosed wombats from single remotely-collected hairs: a feasible censusing approach. Molecular Ecology 9, 1233-1240.

1. Beheregaray LB, Levy JA (2000) Population genetics of the silverside Odontesthes argentinensis: evidence for speciation in an estuary of southern Brazil. Copeia 2000, 441-447.

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