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Stefka, J; Hoeck, P E A; Keller, L F; Smith, V S (2011). A hitchhikers guide to the Galápagos: co-phylogeography of Galápagos mockingbirds and their parasites. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 11:284.

Deem, S L; Parker, P G; Cruz, M B; Merkel, J; Hoeck, P E A (2011). Comparison of blood values and health status of Floreana Mockingbirds (Mimus trifasciatus) on the islands of Champion and Gardner-by-Floreana, Galapagos Islands. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 47(1):94-106.

Hoeck, P E A; Bollmer, J L; Parker, P G; Keller, L F (2010). Differentiation with drift: a spatio-temporal genetic analysis of Galapagos mockingbird populations (Mimus spp.). Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 365(1543):1127-1138.

Hoeck, P E A; Beaumont, M A; James, K E; Grant, R B; Grant, P R; Keller, L F (2010). Saving Darwin's muse: evolutionary genetics for the recovery of the Floreana mockingbird. Biology Letters, 6(2):212-215.

Hoeck, P E A; Bucher, T B; Wandeler, P; Keller, L F (2009). Microsatellite primers for the four Galápagos mockingbird species (Mimus parvulus, Mimus macdonaldi, Mimus melanotis and Mimus trifasciatus). Molecular Ecology Resources, 9(6):1538-1541.

Wandeler, P; Hoeck, P E A; Keller, L F (2007). Back to the future: museum specimens in population genetics. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 22(12):634-642.

Hoeck, P E A; Garner, T W J (2007). Female alpine newts (Triturus alpestris) mate initially with males signalling fertility benefits. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 9(3):483-491.

Keller, L F; Biebach, I; Hoeck, P E A (2007). The need for a better understanding of inbreeding effects on population growth. Animal Conservation, 10(3):286-287.

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