Matthew D. McGee

2014 Population Biology University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
"Matthew McGee"


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Peter C. Wainwright grad student 2014 UC Davis
 (Functional evolution in threespine stickleback.)


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Jonathan Chang post-doc 2018- Monash University (Biomechanics Tree)


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Jacco van Rijssel collaborator 2014- UC Davis
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Hay EM, McGee MD, Chown SL. (2022) Geographic range size and speciation in honeyeaters. Bmc Ecology and Evolution. 22: 86
Thacker CE, Shelley JJ, McCraney WT, et al. (2021) Delayed adaptive radiation among New Zealand stream fishes: joint estimation of divergence time and trait evolution in a newly delineated island species flock. Systematic Biology
McGee MD, Borstein SR, Meier JI, et al. (2020) The ecological and genomic basis of explosive adaptive radiation. Nature
Feller AF, Selz OM, McGee MD, et al. (2020) Rapid generation of ecologically relevant behavioral novelty in experimental cichlid hybrids. Ecology and Evolution. 10: 7445-7462
Schmid DW, McGee MD, Best RJ, et al. (2019) Rapid Divergence of Predator Functional Traits Affects Prey Composition in Aquatic Communities. The American Naturalist. 193: 331-345
Borstein SR, Fordyce JA, O'Meara BC, et al. (2018) Reef fish functional traits evolve fastest at trophic extremes. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Martinez CM, McGee MD, Borstein SR, et al. (2018) Feeding ecology underlies the evolution of cichlid jaw mobility. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Tanaka H, Frommen JG, Koblmüller S, et al. (2018) Evolutionary transitions to cooperative societies in fishes revisited Ethology. 124: 777-789
McGee MD, Faircloth BC, Borstein SR, et al. (2016) Replicated divergence in cichlid radiations mirrors a major vertebrate innovation. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 283
McGee MD, Reustle JW, Oufiero CE, et al. (2015) Intermediate Kinematics Produce Inferior Feeding Performance in a Classic Case of Natural Hybridization. The American Naturalist. 186: 807-14
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