Adrian Paterson
Adrian Paterson
Senior Lecturer in Zoology, Lincoln University
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The Waipounamu Erosion Surface: questioning the antiquity of the New Zealand land surface and terrestrial fauna and flora
CA Landis, HJ Campbell, JG Begg, DC Mildenhall, AM Paterson, ...
Geological magazine 145 (2), 173-197, 2008
Taxonomy in a changing world: seeking solutions for a science in crisis
I Agnarsson, M Kuntner
Systematic Biology 56 (3), 531-539, 2007
Goodbye Gondwana? New Zealand biogeography, geology, and the problem of circularity
JM Waters, D Craw
Systematic Biology 55 (2), 351-356, 2006
Guest editorial: hello New Zealand
SA Trewick, AM Paterson, HJ Campbell
Journal of Biogeography 34 (1), 1-6, 2007
Analytical approaches to measuring cospeciation of host and parasites: through a glass, darkly
AM Paterson, J Banks
International journal for parasitology 31 (9), 1012-1022, 2001
Host-parasite co-speciation, host switching, and missing the boat
AM Paterson, RD Gray
Host–parasite evolution: general principles and avian models, 236-250, 1997
Evolution of New Zealand's terrestrial fauna: a review of molecular evidence
J Goldberg, SA Trewick, AM Paterson
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 363 …, 2008
Phylogenetic relationships and historical biogeography of neotropical parrots (Psittaciformes: Psittacidae: Arini) inferred from mitochondrial and nuclear DNA sequences
ES Tavares, AJ Baker, SL Pereira, CY Miyaki
Systematic Biology 55 (3), 454-470, 2006
Parasites lost–do invaders miss the boat or drown on arrival?
CJ MacLeod, AM Paterson, DM Tompkins, RP Duncan
Ecology letters 13 (4), 516-527, 2010
Taxonomic inflation and the stability of species lists: the perils of ostrich's behavior
JM Padial, I De la Riva
Systematic Biology 55 (5), 859-867, 2006
Seabird and louse coevolution: Complex histories revealed by 12S rRNA sequences and reconciliation analyses
AM Paterson, GP Wallis, LJ Wallis, RD Gray
Systematic Biology 49 (3), 383-399, 2000
The Drowning of New Zealand and the Problem of Agathis
M Knapp, R Mudaliar, D Havell, SJ Wagstaff, PJ Lockhart
Systematic Biology 56 (5), 862-870, 2007
How frequently do avian lice miss the boat? Implications for coevolutionary studies
AM Paterson, RL Palma, RD Gray
Systematic Biology 48 (1), 214-223, 1999
Penguins, petrels, and parsimony: Does cladistic analysis of behavior reflect seabird phylogeny?
AM Paterson, GP Wallis, RD Gray
Evolution 49 (5), 974-989, 1995
Parasites, petrels and penguins: does louse presence reflect seabird phylogeny?
AM Paterson, RD Gray, GP Wallis
International Journal for Parasitology 23 (4), 515-526, 1993
Cophylogenetic relationships between penguins and their chewing lice
JC Banks, RL Palma, AM Paterson
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19 (1), 156-166, 2006
Lice and cospeciation: a response to Barker
RDM Page, DH Clayton, AM Paterson
International Journal for Parasitology 26 (2), 213-218, 1996
Multi-host parasite species in cophylogenetic studies
JC Banks, AM Paterson
International journal for parasitology 35 (7), 741-746, 2005
Combined molecular and morphological phylogenetic analyses of the New Zealand wolf spider genus Anoteropsis (Araneae: Lycosidae)
CJ Vink, AM Paterson
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 28 (3), 576-587, 2003
An unexpected pattern of molecular divergence within the blue penguin (Eudyptula minor) complex
JC Banks, AD Mitchell, JR Waas, AM Paterson
Notornis 49 (1), 29-38, 2002
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