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Sarah Wells

School of Environmental and Animal Sciences


Wells, S.J., & Dale, J. (2018). Contrasting gene flow at different spatial scales revealed by genotyping-by-sequencing in Isocladus armatus, a massively colour polymorphic New Zealand marine isopod. PeerJ (Vol. 6).

Landers, T.J., Hill, S.D., Ludbrook, M.R., Wells, S.J., & Bishop, C.D. (2018). Avian biodiversity across Auckland's volcanic cone reserves. New Zealand Journal of Ecology (Vol. 46(2)).

Wells, S.J., Ji, W., Gleeson, D., Jones, B., & Dale, J. (2017). Population social structure facilitates indirect benefits from extra-pair mating. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution (Vol. 5).

Wells, S. J., Safran, R., & Dale, J. (2016). Piecing together female extra-pair mate choice: females really do prefer more ornamented males. Molecular Ecology (Vol. 25).

Wells, S. J., Ji, W., Dale, J., Jones, B., & Gleeson, D. (2015). Male size predicts extra-pair paternity in a socially monogamous bird with extreme sexual size dimorphism. Behavioral Ecology (Vol. 26(1)).

Wells, S. J. (2015). Evolutionary consequences and fitness correlates of extra-pair paternity in the tui, Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae. Massey University, Auckland.