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Anderson, Sarah J.; Conrad, Kelvin F.; Gillman, Mike P.; Woiwod, Ian P. and Freeland, Joanna R. (2008). Phenotypic changes and reduced genetic diversity have accompanied the rapid decline of the garden tiger moth (Arctia caja) in the U.K. Ecological Entomology, 33(5) pp. 638–645.


Anderson, S. J.; Gould, P. and Freeland, J. R. (2007). Repetitive flanking sequences (ReFS): novel molecular markers from microsatellite families. Molecular Ecology Notes, 7(3) pp. 374–376.

Freeland, Joanna R.; Anderson, Sarah; Allen, David and Looney, Declan (2007). Museum samples provide novel insights into the taxonomy and genetic diversity of Irish red grouse. Conservation Genetics, 8(3) pp. 695–703.

Meglecz, E.; Anderson, S. J.; Bourguet, D.; Butcher, R.; Caldas, A.; Cassel-Lundhagen, A.; Coeur d'Acier, A.; Dawson, D. A.; Faure, N.; Fauvelot, C.; Franck, P.; Harper, G.; Keyghobadi, N.; Kluetsch, C.; Muthulakshmi, M.; Nagaraju, J.; Patt, A.; Petenian, F.; Silvain, J. F. and Wilcock, H. R. (2007). Microsatellite flanking region similarities among different loci within insect species. Insect Molecular Biology, 16(2) pp. 175–185.

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