Phil Spinks
Phil Spinks
Research Associate, UCLA
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The western painted turtle genome, a model for the evolution of extreme physiological adaptations in a slowly evolving lineage
H Bradley Shaffer, P Minx, DE Warren, AM Shedlock, RC Thomson, ...
Genome biology 14 (3), 1-23, 2013
Phylogenetic hypotheses for the turtle family Geoemydidae
PQ Spinks, HB Shaffer, JB Iverson, WP McCord
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 32 (1), 164-182, 2004
Multigene phylogeny of the Old World mice, Murinae, reveals distinct geographic lineages and the declining utility of mitochondrial genes compared to nuclear genes
SJ Steppan, RM Adkins, PQ Spinks, C Hale
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 37 (2), 370-388, 2005
Survival of the western pond turtle (Emys marmorata) in an urban California environment
PQ Spinks, GB Pauly, JJ Crayon, HB Shaffer
Biological Conservation 113 (2), 257-267, 2003
Conflicting Mitochondrial and Nuclear Phylogenies for the Widely Disjunct Emys (Testudines: Emydidae) Species Complex, and What They Tell Us about …
PQ Spinks, HB Shaffer
Systematic biology 58 (1), 1-20, 2009
Range‐wide molecular analysis of the western pond turtle (Emys marmorata): cryptic variation, isolation by distance, and their conservation implications
PQ Spinks, HB Shaffer
Molecular Ecology 14 (7), 2047-2064, 2005
Moraxella bovoculi sp. nov., isolated from calves with infectious bovine keratoconjunctivitis
JA Angelos, PQ Spinks, LM Ball, LW George
International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 57 (4 …, 2007
Fourteen nuclear genes provide phylogenetic resolution for difficult nodes in the turtle tree of life
AJ Barley, PQ Spinks, RC Thomson, HB Shaffer
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 55 (3), 1189-1194, 2010
Conservation phylogenetics of the Asian box turtles (Geoemydidae, Cuora): mitochondrial introgression, numts, and inferences from multiple nuclear loci
PQ Spinks, HB Shaffer
Conservation Genetics 8 (3), 641-657, 2007
The advantages of going large: genome‐wide SNP s clarify the complex population history and systematics of the threatened western pond turtle
PQ Spinks, RC Thomson, HB Shaffer
Molecular Ecology 23 (9), 2228-2241, 2014
Assessing what is needed to resolve a molecular phylogeny: simulations and empirical data from emydid turtles
PQ Spinks, RC Thomson, GA Lovely, HB Shaffer
BMC Evolutionary Biology 9 (1), 1-17, 2009
Nuclear gene phylogeography reveals the historical legacy of an ancient inland sea on lineages of the western pond turtle, Emys marmorata in California
PQ Spinks, RC Thomson, H Bradley Shaffer
Molecular Ecology 19 (3), 542-556, 2010
A new genus of geoemydid turtle from Asia
WP McCord, JB Iverson, PQ Spinks, HB Shaffer
HAMADRYAD-MADRAS- 25, 86-90, 2000
Misleading phylogenetic inferences based on single-exemplar sampling in the turtle genus Pseudemys
PQ Spinks, RC Thomson, GB Pauly, CE Newman, G Mount, HB Shaffer
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 68 (2), 269-281, 2013
Phylogenomic analyses of 539 highly informative loci dates a fully resolved time tree for the major clades of living turtles (Testudines)
HB Shaffer, E McCartney-Melstad, TJ Near, GG Mount, PQ Spinks
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 115, 7-15, 2017
A global phylogeny of turtles reveals a burst of climate-associated diversification on continental margins
RC Thomson, PQ Spinks, HB Shaffer
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (7), e2012215118, 2021
Species boundaries and phylogenetic relationships in the critically endangered Asian box turtle genus Cuora
PQ Spinks, RC Thomson, YP Zhang, J Che, Y Wu, HB Shaffer
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 63 (3), 656-667, 2012
Rangewide phylogeography and landscape genetics of the Western US endemic frog Rana boylii (Ranidae): implications for the conservation of frogs and rivers
AJ Lind, PQ Spinks, GM Fellers, HB Shaffer
Conservation Genetics 12 (1), 269-284, 2011
Phylogeny and temporal diversification of the New World pond turtles (Emydidae)
PQ Spinks, RC Thomson, E McCartney-Melstad, HB Shaffer
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 103, 85-97, 2016
Multilocus phylogeny of the New-World mud turtles (Kinosternidae) supports the traditional classification of the group
PQ Spinks, RC Thomson, M Gidiş, HB Shaffer
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 76, 254-260, 2014
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