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Martim Melo
Martim Melo
CIBIO-UP, Portugal & FitzPatrick Institute of African Ornithology, South Africa
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Global phylogeographic limits of Hawaii's avian malaria
JS Beadell, F Ishtiaq, R Covas, M Melo, BH Warren, CT Atkinson, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1604), 2935-2944, 2006
3132006
Freshwater paths across the ocean: molecular phylogeny of the frog Ptychadena newtoni gives insights into amphibian colonization of oceanic islands
G John Measey, M Vences, RC Drewes, Y Chiari, M Melo, B Bourles
Journal of Biogeography 34 (1), 7-20, 2007
2102007
Host associations and evolutionary relationships of avian blood parasites from West Africa
JS Beadell, R Covas, C Gebhard, F Ishtiaq, M Melo, BK Schmidt, ...
International journal for parasitology 39 (2), 257-266, 2009
1432009
A simple dynamic model explains the diversity of island birds worldwide
L Valente, AB Phillimore, M Melo, BH Warren, SM Clegg, K Havenstein, ...
Nature 579 (7797), 92-96, 2020
1192020
Advances in E cological S peciation: an integrative approach
R Faria, S Renaut, J Galindo, C Pinho, J Melo‐Ferreira, M Melo, F Jones, ...
Molecular ecology 23 (3), 513-521, 2014
862014
Rapid parallel evolution of aberrant traits in the diversification of the Gulf of Guinea white‐eyes (Aves, Zosteropidae)
M Melo, BH Warren, PJ Jones
Molecular Ecology 20 (23), 4953-4967, 2011
692011
Tracing the colonization history of the Indian Ocean scops-owls (Strigiformes: Otus) with further insight into the spatio-temporal origin of the Malagasy avifauna
J Fuchs, JM Pons, SM Goodman, V Bretagnolle, M Melo, RCK Bowie, ...
BMC Evolutionary Biology 8, 1-15, 2008
562008
Coevolutionary patterns and diversification of avian malaria parasites in African sunbirds (Family Nectariniidae)
EJ Lauron, C Loiseau, RCK Bowie, GS Spicer, TB Smith, M Melo, ...
Parasitology 142 (5), 635-647, 2015
542015
Bird speciation in the Gulf of Guinea
M Melo
University of Edinburgh, 2007
442007
Genetic differentiation between Príncipe Island and mainland populations of the grey parrot (Psittacus erithacus), and implications for conservation
M Melo, C O’RYAN
Molecular Ecology 16 (8), 1673-1685, 2007
362007
Mount Moco: its importance to the conservation of Swierstra’s Francolin Pternistis swierstrai and the Afromontane avifauna of Angola
MSL Mills, F Olmos, M Melo, WRJ Dean
Bird Conservation International 21 (2), 119-133, 2011
342011
Insularity effects on the assemblage of the blood parasite community of the birds from the Gulf of Guinea
C Loiseau, M Melo, E Lobato, JS Beadell, RC Fleischer, S Reis, ...
Journal of Biogeography 44 (11), 2607-2617, 2017
322017
Multiple lines of evidence support the recognition of a very rare bird species: the Príncipe thrush
M Melo, RCK Bowie, G Voelker, M Dallimer, NJ Collar, PJ Jones
Journal of Zoology 282 (2), 120-129, 2010
272010
The importance of novel and agricultural habitats for the avifauna of an oceanic island
M Dallimer, M Parnell, JE Bicknell, M Melo
Journal for Nature Conservation 20 (4), 191-199, 2012
262012
The theory of island biogeography and soundscapes: Species diversity and the organization of acoustic communities
A Robert, T Lengagne, M Melo, V Gardette, S Julien, R Covas, D Gomez, ...
Journal of Biogeography 46 (9), 1901-1911, 2019
252019
The Namba mountains: new hope for Afromontane forest birds in Angola
MSL Mills, M Melo, A Vaz
Bird Conservation International 23 (2), 159-167, 2013
252013
Influence of land use and host species on parasite richness, prevalence and co-infection patterns
S Reis, M Melo, R Covas, C Doutrelant, H Pereira, R de Lima, C Loiseau
International journal for parasitology 51 (1), 83-94, 2021
232021
First record of Aedes albopictus (Skuse 1894) on São tomé island
S Reis, AJ Cornel, M Melo, H Pereira, C Loiseau
Acta tropica 171, 86-89, 2017
232017
Reducing emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation in Angola: Insights from the scarp forest conservation ‘hotspot’
A Leite, A Cáceres, M Melo, MSL Mills, AT Monteiro
Land degradation & development 29 (12), 4291-4300, 2018
212018
The origin of the world’s smallest flightless bird, the Inaccessible Island Rail Atlantisia rogersi (Aves: Rallidae)
M Stervander, PG Ryan, M Melo, B Hansson
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 130, 92-98, 2019
202019
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