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Stuart, Y.E., J.W. Sherwin, A. Kamath, and T. Veen. In revision. Male and female Anolis carolinensis maintain their dimorphism despite the presence of novel interspecific competition. for Evolution.

Ishikawa, A., Y.E. Stuart, D.I. Bolnick, and J. Kitano. In revision. Copy number variation of a fatty acid desaturase gene Fads2 associated with ecological divergence in freshwater stickleback populations. for Biology Letters.

Voje, K.L., M.A. Bell, and Y.E. Stuart. In review. Allometry evolves over 8,500 years but still constrains morphological evolution in a fossil stickleback lineage. for J. Evolutionary Biology.

Swank, S., T.J. Sanger, and Y.E. Stuart. In review. (Non)parallel molecular pathways to vertebrate appendage reduction. for Ecology and Evolution

Galligan, B.P.†, M.C. McManus, H.E. Stoffel, and Y.E. Stuart. In review. Testing the hypoxia-induced predation refuge hypothesis for northern quahogs (Mercenaria mercenaria) in a north temperate estuary. forEstuaries and Coasts.

Crawford, D.L., al. et Y.E. Stuart and M.F. Oleksiak. In preparation. The genomics of character displacement. for Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA.


32. Stuart, Y.E., M.P. Travis, and M.A. Bell. 2020. Inferred genetic architecture underlying evolution in a fossil stickleback lineage. Nature Ecology and Evolution 4: 1549-1557. 10.1038/s41559-020-01287-x, pdf, BehindThePaper

31. Kamath, A., N.C. Herrmann, K. Gotanda, K.C. Shim, J. LaFond, G. Cottone*†, H. Falkner, T.S. Campbell, and Y.E. Stuart. 2020. Repeated character displacement in the midst of background evolution in island populations of Anolis lizards. Evolution 74: 2250-2264. 10.1111/evo.14079

30. Bolnick, D.I., E.J. Resetarits, K. Ballare, Y.E. Stuart, W.E. Stutz. 2020. Scale-dependent effects of host patch traits on species composition in a stickleback parasite metacommunity. Ecology 101: e03181. 10.1002/ecy.3181

29. Paccard, A., D. Hanson, Y.E. Stuart, F.A. von Hippel, M. Kalbe, T. Klepaker, S. Skúlason, B.K. Kristjánsson, D.I. Bolnick, A.P. Hendry, and R.D.H. Barrett. 2020. Repeatability of adaptive radiation depends on spatial scale: regional versus global replicates of stickleback in lake versus stream habitats. J. Heredity 111: 43-56. 10.1093/jhered/esz056

28. Bolnick, D.I., E.J. Resetarits, K. Ballare, Y.E. Stuart, W.E. Stutz. 2020. Host patch traits have scale-dependent effects on diversity in a stickleback parasite metacommunity. Ecography 43: 990-1002. 10.1111/ecog.04994.

27. Maciejewski, M, C. Jiang, Y.E. Stuart, and D.I. Bolnick. 2020. Microhabitat contributes to microgeographic divergence in threespine stickleback. Evolution 74: 749-763. 10.1111/evo.13942

26. Haines, G., Y.E. Stuart, D. Hanson, T. Tasneem, D.I. Bolnick, H.C.E. Larsson, and A.P. Hendry. 2020. Adding the third dimension to parallel evolution of morphology and function: an exploration based on parapatric lake-stream stickleback. Ecology and Evolution. 10.1002/ece3.6929


25. Stuart, Y.E. 2019. Divergent uses of ‘parallel evolution’ during the history of The American Naturalist. American Naturalist, 193: 11-19. 10.1086/700718.

24. Rennison, D.J., Y.E. Stuart, D.I. Bolnick, and C.L. Peichel. 2019. Ecological factors and morphological traits are associated with repeated genomic differentiation between lake and stream stickleback. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 374: 20180241. 10.1098/rstb.2018.0241.

23. Bolnick, D.I., R.D.H. Barrett, K.B. Oke, D.J. Rennison, and Y.E. Stuart. 2018. (Non)Parallel Evolution. Annual Reviews of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics, 49: 303-330. 10.1146/annurev-ecolsys-110617-062240. [pdf]

22. Stuart, Y.E., T. Veen, J.N. Weber, D. Hanson, M. Ravinet, B.K. Lohman, *C.J. Thompson, T. Tasneem, A. Doggett, *R. Izen, *N. Ahmed, R.D.H. Barrett, A.P. Hendry, C.L. Peichel, and D.I. Bolnick. 2017. Contrasting effects of environment and genetics generate a continuum of parallel evolution. Nature Ecology and Evolution, 1: 0158. 10.1038/s41559-017-0158. [pdf, blogpost]

21. *Thompson, C.J., *N.I. Ahmed, T. Veen, C.L. Peichel, A.P. Hendry, D.I. Bolnick, and Y.E. Stuart. 2017. Many-to-one form-to-function mapping weakens parallel morphological evolution. Evolution, 71: 2738-2749. 10.1111/evo.13357.

20. Stuart, Y.E., S.A. Inkpen, R. Hopkins, and D.I. Bolnick. 2017b. Character displacement is an evolutionary pattern. So, what causes it? Biological. Journal of the Linnean Society, 121: 711-715. 10.1093/biolinnean/blx013. [pdf]

19. Kolbe, J.J., J. Wegener, Y.E. Stuart, U. Milstead, K. Boronow, A. Harrison, & J.B. Losos. 2017. An incipient invasion of brown anole lizards (Anolis sagrei) into their own native range in the Cayman Islands – a case of cryptic back-introduction. Biological Invasions, 19: 1989-1998. 10.1007/s10530-017-1432-2. [pdf]

18. Weber, J.N., G. Bradburd, Y.E. Stuart, W. E. Stutz, and D.I. Bolnick. 2017. Partitioning the effects of isolation by distance, environment, and physical barriers on genomic divergence between parapatric threespine stickleback. Evolution, 71: 342-356. 10.1111/evo.13110. [pdf]

17. *Ahmed, N.I., *C.J. Thompson, D.I. Bolnick, and Y.E. Stuart. 2017. Brain morphology of the threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) varies inconsistently with respect to habitat complexity: a test of the clever foraging hypothesis. Ecology and Evolution, 7: 3372-3380. 10.1002/ece3.2918. [pdf]

16. Ingram, T., A. Harrison, D.L. Mahler, M.R. Castañeda, R.E. Glor, A. Herrel, Y.E. Stuart, and J.B. Losos. 2016. Comparative tests of the role of dewlap size in Anolis lizard speciation. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 283: 20162199. 10.1098/rspb.2016.2199. [pdf]

15. *Izen, R., Y.E. Stuart, Y. Jiang, and D.I. Bolnick. 2016. Coarse- and fine-grained phenotypic divergence in threespine stickleback from alternating lake and stream habitats. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 17: 437:457. [link, pdf]

14. Mohammadi, A, M. Kaboli, S. Ashrafi, M. Mofidi-Neyestanak , Y. Masoud, A. Rezaei, and Y.E. Stuart. 2016. Trophic niche partitioning between two rock nuthatches (Sitta tephronota & Sitta neumayer) in a contact zone in Iran. Journal of Zoology, 299: 116-124. 10.1111/jzo.12329. [pdf]

13. Clark, G., J. Russell, P. Enyeart, B. Gracia, A. Wessel, I. Jarmoskaite, D. Polioudakis, Y. Stuart, T. Gonzalez, A. MacKrell, S. Rodenbusch, G. Stovall, J.T. Beckam, M. Mongomery, T. Tasneem, J. Jones, S. Simmons, and S. Roux. 2016. Science educational outreach programs that benefit students and scientists. PLOS Biology, 14: e1002368. 10.1371/journal.pbio.1002368. [pdf]

12. Dawson, M.N., A.C. Algar, L.R. Heaney, and Y.E. Stuart2016. Biogeography of Islands, Lakes, and Mountaintops; Evolutionary. In The Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Biology. vol. 1, pp. 203-210. Kliman, R.M. (ed). Oxford: Academic Press.

11. Stuart, Y.E. 2015. Depredación de un polluelo de Tityra Carirroja (Tityra semifasciata) por el Tucán Pico Negro (Ramphostos ambiguus). Zeledonia, 19: 37-38. [link, pdf]

10. Klaczko, J., and Y.E. Stuart. 2015. Hemipenial allometry in Anolis grahami. Journal of Herpetology, 49: 462-467. 10.1670/13-152. [pdf]

9. *Kamath, A., and Y.E. Stuart. 2015. Movement rates of the lizard Anolis carolinensis (Squamata: Dactyloidae) in the presence and absence of Anolis sagrei (Squamata, Dactyloidae). Breviora, 546: 1-7. 10.3099/0006-9698-546.00.1. [pdf]

8. Stuart, Y.E., T.S. Campbell, P.A. Hohenlohe, R.G. Reynolds, L.J. Revell, and J.B. Losos. 2014. Rapid evolution of a native species following invasion by a congener. Science, 346: 463-466. 10.1126/science.1257008. [pdf, blogpost]

7. Stuart, Y.E. and J.B. Losos. 2013. Ecological character displacement: glass half full or half empty? Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 28: 402-408. 10.1016/j.tree.2013.02.014. [pdf]

6. Stuart, Y.E., D. Bolnick, and R. Hopkins. 2013. The unifying wedge. Evolution. [Book review of Evolution’s Wedge, by D.W. Pfennig and K.S. Pfennig.] 10.1111/evo.12282. [pdf]

5. *Kamath A., Y.E. Stuart, and T. S. Campbell. 2013. Behavioral partitioning by the native lizard Anolis carolinensis in the presence and absence of the invasive Anolis sagrei in Florida. Breviora, 535: 1-10. 10.3099/MCZ8.1. [pdf]

4. Stuart, Y.E., J.B. Losos, and A.C. Algar. 2012. The island-mainland species turnover relationship. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 279: 4071-4077. 10.1098/rspb.2012.0816. [pdf, ScienceNow, data]

3. Stuart, Y.E., N. Dappen, and N. Losin. 2012. Inferring predator behavior from attack rates on prey-replicas that differ in conspicuousness. PLoS ONE 7: e48497. 10.1371/journal.pone.0048497. [pdf]

2. Stuart, Y.E., M.A. Landestoy, D.L. Mahler, D. Scantlebury, A.J. Geneva, P.S. VanMiddlesworth*, and R.E. Glor. 2012. Two new introduced populations of Anolis porcatus in the Dominican Republic. IRCF Reptiles & Amphibians: Conservation and Natural History, 19: 71-75. [link]

1. Dawson, M. N., R.K. Grosberg, Y.E. Stuart, and E. Sanford. 2010. Population genetic analysis of a recent range expansion: mechanisms regulating the poleward range limit in the volcano barnacle Tetraclita rubescens. Molecular Ecology, 19: 1585-1605. 10.1111/j.1365-294X.2010.04588.x. [pdf]

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