Ilaria Coscia
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Modelled larval dispersal and measured gene flow: seascape genetics of the common cockle Cerastoderma edule in the southern Irish Sea
I Coscia, PE Robins, JS Porter, SK Malham, JE Ironside
Conservation Genetics 14 (2), 451-466, 2013
Exploring neutral and adaptive processes in expanding populations of gilthead sea bream, Sparus aurata L., in the North-East Atlantic
I Coscia, E Vogiatzi, G Kotoulas, CS Tsigenopoulos, S Mariani
Heredity 108 (5), 537-546, 2012
Ancient divergence in the trans-oceanic deep-sea shark Centroscymnus crepidater
RL Cunha, I Coscia, C Madeira, S Mariani, S Stefanni, R Castilho
PloS one 7 (11), e49196, 2012
Ecological and evolutionary consequences of alternative sex-change pathways in fish
C Benvenuto, I Coscia, J Chopelet, M Sala-Bozano, S Mariani
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 1-12, 2017
A highly permeable species boundary between two anadromous fishes
I Coscia, V Rountree, JJ King, WK Roche, S Mariani
Journal of Fish Biology 77 (5), 1137-1149, 2010
Phylogeography and population structure of European sea bass in the north-east Atlantic
I Coscia, S Mariani
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 104 (2), 364-377, 2011
Patterns of genetic structuring in a brown trout (Salmo trutta L.) metapopulation
A Massa-Gallucci, I Coscia, M O’Grady, M Kelly-Quinn, S Mariani
Conservation Genetics 11 (5), 1689-1699, 2010
Sex change and effective population size: implications for population genetic studies in marine fish
I Coscia, J Chopelet, RS Waples, BQ Mann, S Mariani
Heredity 117 (4), 251-258, 2016
A species-to-be? The genetic status and colonization history of the critically endangered Killarney shad
I Coscia, AD McDevitt, JJ King, WK Roche, C McLoughlin, S Mariani
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 69 (3), 1190-1195, 2013
Diversity of demersal and megafaunal assemblages inhabiting sandbanks of the Irish Sea
J Atalah, J Fitch, J Coughlan, J Chopelet, I Coscia, E Farrell
Marine Biodiversity 43 (2), 121-132, 2013
The origins of Great Spotted Woodpeckers Dendrocopos major colonizing Ireland revealed by mitochondrial DNA
AD Mcdevitt, Ł Kajtoch, TD Mazgajski, RF Carden, I Coscia, C Osthoff, ...
Bird Study 58 (3), 361-364, 2011
Performance and precision of double digestion RAD (ddRAD) genotyping in large multiplexed datasets of marine fish species
F Maroso, JEJ Hillen, BG Pardo, K Gkagkavouzis, I Coscia, M Hermida, ...
Marine genomics 39, 64-72, 2018
Estimates of genetic variability and inbreeding in experimentally selected populations of European sea bass
JEJ Hillen, I Coscia, M Vandeputte, K Herten, B Hellemans, F Maroso, ...
Aquaculture 479, 742-749, 2017
Connectivity and Dispersal Patterns of Protected Biogenic Reefs: Implications for the Conservation of Modiolus modiolus (L.) in the Irish Sea
K Gormley, C Mackenzie, P Robins, I Coscia, A Cassidy, J James, A Hull, ...
PloS one 10 (12), e0143337, 2015
Population genetic structure of the European lobster (Homarus gammarus) in the Irish Sea and implications for the effectiveness of the first British marine protected area
HV Watson, NJ McKeown, I Coscia, E Wootton, JE Ironside
Fisheries Research 183, 287-293, 2016
Are wild boars roaming Ireland once more?
AD McDevitt, RF Carden, I Coscia, AC Frantz
European journal of wildlife research 59 (5), 761-764, 2013
Low cytochrome b variation in bream Abramis brama
B Hayden, I Coscia, S Mariani
Journal of Fish Biology 78 (5), 1579-1587, 2011
Settlement of gilthead sea bream Sparus aurata L. in a southern Irish Sea coastal habitat
G Craig, D Paynter, I Coscia, S Mariani
Journal of Fish Biology 72 (1), 287-291, 2008
Environmental DNA metabarcoding as an effective and rapid tool for fish monitoring in canals
AD McDevitt, NG Sales, SS Browett, AO Sparnenn, S Mariani, ...
Journal of fish biology 95 (2), 679-682, 2019
Phylogeography of European sea bass in the north-east Atlantic: a correction and reanalysis of the mitochondrial DNA data from Coscia & Mariani (2011)
I Coscia, E Desmarais, B Guinand, S Mariani
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 106 (2), 455-458, 2012
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