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John Roscoe Hendrickson grad student 1984 University of Arizona (Marine Ecology Tree)
 (Competition, predation and the maintenance of dimorphism in an acorn barnacle (Chthamalus anisopoma) population)
Robert C Vrijenhoek post-doc 1989-1990 Rutgers, New Brunswick


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Britt Koskella grad student
Maurine Neiman grad student
Zoe M Dinges grad student 2015- Indiana University- Bloomington
William A. Frankino grad student 2000 Indiana University
Erik E. Osnas grad student 2004 Indiana University
Michelle Tseng grad student 2005 Indiana University
Idelle A. Cooper grad student 2008 Indiana University
Kayla C. King grad student 2011 Indiana University
Deanna M. Soper grad student 2012 Indiana University
Daniela Vergara grad student 2013 Indiana University
Amy Dapper grad student 2009-2015 Indiana University
Samuel P. Slowinski grad student 2011-2017 Indiana University (Terrestrial Ecology Tree)
Levi T. Morran post-doc Indiana University
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Goldberg JK, Lively CM, Sternlieb SR, et al. (2020) Herbivore-mediated negative frequency-dependent selection underlies a trichome dimorphism in nature. Evolution Letters. 4: 83-90
Paczesniak D, Klappert K, Kopp K, et al. (2019) Parasite resistance predicts fitness better than fecundity in a natural population of the freshwater snail Potamopyrgus antipodarum. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Gibson AK, Delph LF, Vergara D, et al. (2018) Periodic, Parasite-Mediated Selection For and Against Sex. The American Naturalist. 192: 537-551
Wade MJ, Fitzpatrick CL, Lively CM. (2018) 50 year anniversary of Lloyd's "Mean Crowding": ideas on patchy distributions. The Journal of Animal Ecology
Gibson AK, Stoy KS, Lively CM. (2018) Bloody-minded parasites and sex: the effects of fluctuating virulence. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Gibson AK, Delph LF, Lively CM. (2017) The two-fold cost of sex: experimental evidence from a natural system. Evolution Letters. 1: 6-15
Vergara D, Jokela J, Lively CM. (2017) Clarification. The American Naturalist. 190: 865
Neiman M, Lively CM, Meirmans S. (2017) Why Sex? A Pluralist Approach Revisited. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Slowinski SP, Morran LT, Parrish RC, et al. (2016) Coevolutionary interactions with parasites constrain the spread of self-fertilization into outcrossing host populations. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Gibson AK, Xu JY, Lively CM. (2016) Within-population covariation between sexual reproduction and susceptibility to local parasites. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
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