Guillermo Navalón

Postdoctoral Research Assistant, University of Oxford
  • University of Oxford
  • United Kingdom

About Guillermo Navalón

I am interested in how evolution structures phenotypic diversity over long timescales. In particular, in how intrinsic factors such as development interacted with ecological factors in macroevolution, mainly of birds and mainly of their skeletal anatomy. To accomplish this, I work at several scales from macroevolutionary studies of phenotype across dozens of species to anatomical systematic research in fossils, mostly birds and kin.

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Coevolution Evolutionary developmental biology Evolutionary ecology Evolutionary theory Macroecology Palaeoecology Palaeontology Phylogenetics Speciation Taxonomy Tropical ecology

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