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Long Form:   evolutionary distinctiveness
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2019 An integrative assessment of the diversity, phylogeny, distribution, and conservation of the terrestrial reptiles (Sauropsida, Squamata) of the United Arab Emirates. MY, PCA, PD, UAE
2019 Guiding the prioritization of the most endangered and evolutionary distinct birds for new zoo conservation programs. ---
2019 How the past impacts the future: modelling the performance of evolutionarily distinct mammals through time. ---
2018 Cuckoos host range is associated positively with distribution range and negatively with evolutionary uniqueness. PGLS
2018 Species characteristics of felids and canids, and the number of articles published for each species between 2013 and 2017. EDGE
2018 Tetrapods on the EDGE: Overcoming data limitations to identify phylogenetic conservation priorities. GE
2018 The interplay of past diversification and evolutionary isolation with present imperilment across the amphibian tree of life. ---
2017 Predicting loss of evolutionary history: Where are we? PD
2016 Australian spiny mountain crayfish and their temnocephalan ectosymbionts: an ancient association on the edge of coextinction? ---
10  2015 Global evolutionary isolation measures can capture key local conservation species in Nearctic and Neotropical bird communities. APD, PD
11  2014 Molecular phylogeny and conservation priorities of the subfamily Acheilognathinae (Teleostei: Cyprinidae). EDGE, HED
12  2013 Global patterns of evolutionary distinct and globally endangered amphibians and mammals. EDGE
13  1999 Higher selection pressure from antiretroviral drugs in vivo results in increased evolutionary distance in HIV-1 pol. PR, RT