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Moore, G.I. and Chaplin, J.A. (2014) Contrasting demographic histories in a pair of allopatric, sibling species of fish (Arripidae) from environments with contrasting glacial histories. Marine Biology, 161 (7). pp. 1543-1555.

Morgan, D.L., Beatty, S.J., Allen, M.G., Keleher, J.J. and Moore, G.I. (2014) Long live the King River Perchlet (Nannatherina balstoni). Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 97 . pp. 307-312.


Moore, G.I. and Chaplin, J.A. (2013) Population genetic structures of three congeneric species of coastal pelagic fishes (Arripis: Arripidae) with extensive larval, post-settlement and adult movements. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 96 (9). pp. 1087-1099.


Moore, Glenn (2012) Aspects of the evolutionary history of a pair of fish species (Arripidae: Arripis): On either side of a biogeographic barrier in Southern Australian seas. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

Moore, G. and Chaplin, J.A. (2012) Contrasting evolutionary histories for sister species of Australian Salmon. In: ASFB & OCS 2012 Joint Conference & Symposium, 15 - 18 July, Adelaide, Australia.


Moore, G., Potter, I.C. and Chaplin, J. (2009) The evolutionary history of Australian salmon (Arripidae) in Australian waters. In: 8th Indo Pacific Fish Conference and 2009 ASFB Workshop and Conference, 31 May - 5 June 2009, Fremantle, Western Australia.

Chaplin, J., Sezmiş, E., Calver, M.C. and Moore, G. (2009) A preliminary assessment of the number, abundance, distribution and characteristics of lineages of Thenus from selected areas of Borneo East Malaysia and Vietnam. Report for Lobster Harvest Co


Kvarnemo, C., Moore, G. and Jones, A.G. (2007) Sexually selected females in the monogamous Western Australian seahorse. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 274 (1609). pp. 521-525.

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