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Richard F. Johnston grad student 1971 University of Kansas (Evolution Tree)
 (Systematics and evolution of great plains meadowlarks, genus Sturnella.)
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Linck E, Bridge ES, Duckles JM, et al. (2016) Assessing migration patterns in Passerina ciris using the world's bird collections as an aggregated resource. Peerj. 4: e1871
Rohwer S, Grason E, Navarro-Sigüenza AG. (2015) Irrigation and avifaunal change in coastal Northwest Mexico: has irrigated habit attracted threatened migratory species? Peerj. 3: e1187
Rohwer S, Fox AD, Daniel T, et al. (2015) Chronologically sampled flight feathers permits recognition of individual molt-migrants due to varying protein sources. Peerj. 3: e743
Rohwer S, Harris RB, Walsh HE. (2014) Rape and the prevalence of hybrids in broadly sympatric species: a case study using albatrosses. Peerj. 2: e409
Rohwer S, Wood CS. (2013) Abundant early-summer breeding in sinaloa does not suggest post-migration breeding in three potential double breeders Wilson Journal of Ornithology. 125: 243-250
Pruett CL, Topp CM, Maley JM, et al. (2013) Evidence from the genetics of landbirds for a forested pleistocene glacial refugium in the haida gwaii area Condor. 115: 725-737
Rohwer S. (2013) Molt intensity and conservation of a molt migrant (passerina ciris) in northwest Mexico Condor. 115: 421-433
Rohwer S, Broms K. (2013) Replacement rules for the flight feathers of yellow-billed cuckoos (coccyzus americanus) and common cuckoos (cuculus canorus) Auk. 130: 599-608
Rohwer VG, Rohwer S. (2013) How do birds adjust the time required to replace their flight feathers? Auk. 130: 699-707
Peters JL, McCracken KG, Pruett CL, et al. (2012) A parapatric propensity for breeding precludes the completion of speciation in common teal (Anas crecca, sensu lato). Molecular Ecology. 21: 4563-77
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