John  Klicka
John Klicka
Curator of Birds and Professor of Biology, University of Washington
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The importance of recent ice ages in speciation: a failed paradigm
J Klicka, RM Zink
Science 277 (5332), 1666-1669, 1997
Pleistocene effects on North American songbird evolution
J Klicka, RM Zink
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
How many kinds of birds are there and why does it matter?
GF Barrowclough, J Cracraft, J Klicka, RM Zink
PLoS One 11 (11), e0166307, 2016
Evolutionary differentiation in the Neotropical montane region: Molecular phylogenetics and phylogeography of Buarremon brush-finches (Aves, Emberizidae)
CD Cadena, J Klicka, RE Ricklefs
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 44 (3), 993-1016, 2007
The profound influence of the Late Pliocene Panamanian uplift on the exchange, diversification, and distribution of New World birds
BT Smith, J Klicka
Ecography 33 (2), 333-342, 2010
A comprehensive multilocus phylogeny for the wood-warblers and a revised classification of the Parulidae (Aves)
IJ Lovette, JL Pérez-Emán, JP Sullivan, RC Banks, I Fiorentino, ...
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 57 (2), 753-770, 2010
New World nine-primaried oscine relationships: constructing a mitochondrial DNA framework
J Klicka, KP Johnson, SM Lanyon
The Auk 117 (2), 321-336, 2000
Pleistocene speciation and the mitochondrial DNA clock
BS Arbogast, JB Slowinski
Science 282 (5396), 1955-1955, 1998
Going to extremes: contrasting rates of diversification in a recent radiation of new world passerine birds
FK Barker, KJ Burns, J Klicka, SM Lanyon, IJ Lovette
Systematic biology 62 (2), 298-320, 2013
The tempo of avian diversification during the Quaternary
RM Zink, J Klicka, BR Barber
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 2004
Defining a monophyletic Cardinalini: a molecular perspective
J Klicka, K Burns, GM Spellman
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 45 (3), 1014-1032, 2007
Two pulses of diversification across the Isthmus of Tehuantepec in a montane Mexican bird fauna
BR Barber, J Klicka
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1694), 2675-2681, 2010
New insights into New World biogeography: An integrated view from the phylogeny of blackbirds, cardinals, sparrows, tanagers, warblers, and allies
FK Barker, KJ Burns, J Klicka, SM Lanyon, IJ Lovette
The Auk: Ornithological Advances 132 (2), 333-348, 2015
Out of Amazonia again and again: episodic crossing of the Andes promotes diversification in a lowland forest flycatcher
MJ Miller, E Bermingham, J Klicka, P Escalante, FSR Do Amaral, JT Weir, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1639), 1133-1142, 2008
Phylogenetics and diversification of tanagers (Passeriformes: Thraupidae), the largest radiation of Neotropical songbirds
KJ Burns, AJ Shultz, PO Title, NA Mason, FK Barker, J Klicka, SM Lanyon, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 75, 41-77, 2014
A molecular phylogenetic analysis of the “true thrushes”(Aves: Turdinae)
J Klicka, G Voelker, GM Spellman
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 34 (3), 486-500, 2005
Phylogeography of a morphologically diverse Neotropical montane species, the Common Bush-Tanager (Chlorospingusophthalmicus)
JT Weir, E Bermingham, MJ Miller, J Klicka, MA González
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 47 (2), 650-664, 2008
The Great American Interchange in birds: a phylogenetic perspective with the genus Trogon
JM Dacosta, J Klicka
Molecular Ecology 17 (5), 1328-1343, 2008
Phylogeography of the mountain chickadee (Poecile gambeli): diversification, introgression, and expansion in response to Quaternary climate change
GM Spellman, B Riddle, J Klicka
Molecular Ecology 16 (5), 1055-1068, 2007
A Phylogeographic and Population Genetic Analysis of a Widespread, Sedentary North American Bird: The Hairy Woodpecker (Picoides villosus)
J Klicka, GM Spellman, K Winker, V Chua, BT Smith
The Auk 128 (2), 346-362, 2011
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