Danielle Rivera | Publications

 

 

In prep

Hall AS, Rivera D, Maldonado JA, Fujita MK. 2020. Multiple origins of a unisexual hybrid lizard (Aspidoscelis tesselata). In prep.

Publications

2020

Rivera D, Prates I, Rodrigues MT, Carnaval AC. 2020. Effects of climate and geography on spatial patterns of genetic structure in tropical skinks. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 143: 106661. PDF

2019

Leaché AD, Portik DM, Rivera D, Rödel MO, Gvoždík V, Penner J, Gvoždík V, Greenbaum E, Ofori-Boateng C, Burger M, Eniang EA, Bell RC, Fujita MK. 2019. Exploring rainforest diversification using demographic model testing in the African foam-nest treefrog (Chiromantis rufescens). Journal of Biogeography 2019(00): 1-16. doi:10.1111/jbi.13716. PDF

2017

Portik DM, Leaché AD, Rivera D, Barej MF, Burger M, Hirschfeld M, Rödel MO, Blackburn DC, Fujita MK. 2017. Evaluating mechanisms of diversification in a Guineo-Congolian forest frog using demographic model selection. Molecular Ecology 26(19): 5245–5263. doi:10.1111/mec.14266. PDF

2016

Prates I, Rivera D, Rodrigues MT, Carnaval AC. 2016. A mid-Pleistocene rainforest corridor enabled synchronous invasions of the Atlantic Forest by Amazonian anole lizards. Molecular Ecology 25(20): 5174–5186. doi:10.1111/mec.13821. PDF

2014

Carnaval AC, Waltari E, Rodrigues MT, Rosauer D, VanDerWal J, Damasceno R, Prates I, Strangas M, Spanos Z, Rivera D, Pie MR., Firkowski CR, Bornschein MR, Ribeiro LF, and Moritz C. 2014. Prediction of phylogeographic endemism in an environmentally complex biome. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 281: 20141461. PDF

Unpublished Master's Dissertation

Rivera D. 2015. The widespread skink Mabuya dorsivittata reveals complex patterns of genetic diversity in South America. The City College of New York.

 

2010 - present

2010 - present

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