Per Ericson

Docent, Zoologiska institutionen: Systematik och evolutionsforskning

Kontakt

Avdelning: Zoologiska institutionen: Systematik och evolutionsforskning
Telefon: 08-519 541 17
E-post: per.ericson@nrm.se
ORCID iD: http://orcid.org/0000-0002-4143-9998

Fax: 08-519 541 84
Besöksadress: Riksmuseet, Frescativägen 40

Postadress:
Stockholms universitet
Zoologiska institutionen: Systematik och evolutionsforskning
Box 50007, 104 05 Stockholm

Per Ericson

Publikationer

Refereegranskat

Yanhua Qu, Gang Song, Bin Gao, Qing Quan, Per G P Ericson, Fumin Lei. 2014. The influence of geological events on the endemism of East Asian birds studied through comparative phylogeography. Journal of Biogeography.

Martin Irestedt, Pierre-Henri Fabre, Henrique Batalha-Filho, Knud A. Jønsson, Cees S Roselaar, George Sangster, Per GP Ericson. 2013. The spatio-temporal colonization and diversification across the Indo-Pacific by a ‘great speciator’ (Aves, Erythropitta erythrogaster). Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B, Biological Sciences 280: 20130309.

Urban Olsson, Martin Irestedt, George Sangster, Per G. P. Ericson, Per Alström. 2013. Systematic revision of the avian family Cisticolidae based on a multi-locus phylogeny of all genera. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 66: 790-799.

Martin Irestedt, Magnus Gelang, George Sangster, Urban Olsson, Per Ericson, Per Alström. 2011. Neumann’s Warbler Hemitesia neumanni (Sylvioidea) - the sole African member of a Palaeotropic Miocene avifauna. Ibis 153: 78-86.

Martin Irestedt, Jon Fjeldså, Love Dalén, Per Ericson. 2010. Convergent evolution, habitat shifts and variable diversification rates in the ovenbird-woodcreeper family (Furnariidae). BMC Evolutionary Biology 9.

Magnus Gelang, A Cibois, E Pasquet, U Olsson, P Alström, Per Ericson. 2009. Phylogeny of babblers (Aves, Passeriformes): major lineages, family limits and classification. Zoologica Scripta 38: 225-236.

Övrigt vetenskapligt

Magnus Gelang, Eric Pasquet, Alice Cibois, Per Alström, Per Ericson. Ancestral ranges concealed by local extinctions: the historical biogeography of the African and Asian Turdoides babblers and allies (Aves: Passeriformes).