David N. Reznick, Ph.D.

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Biology University of California, Riverside, Riverside, CA, United States 
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Sarah N. Ruckman research assistant 2016-2018 UC Riverside
Farrah Bashey-Visser grad student UC Riverside (Microtree)
Kimberly A. Hughes grad student UC Riverside
Ken Halama grad student 1998 UC Riverside
Aaron T. Hamilton grad student 2001 UC Riverside
Farrah Bashey grad student 2002 UC Riverside
Marcelo N. Pires grad student 2007 UC Riverside
Amanda I. Banet grad student 2009 UC Riverside
Matthew R. Walsh grad student 2009 UC Riverside
Ronald D. Bassar grad student 2011 UC Riverside
Swanne P. Gordon grad student 2011 UC Riverside
Martin M. Turcotte grad student 2005-2011 UC Riverside
Mauricio Torres grad student 2012 UC Riverside
Rafael M. Torres-Mejia grad student 2012 UC Riverside
Andrew I. Furness grad student 2014 UC Riverside
Samantha T Levell grad student 2016-2022 UC Riverside
Robert B. Prather grad student 2016-2022 UC Riverside
Marissa M Cartee grad student 2021-2026 UC Riverside
Mayank Kashyap grad student 2021-2026 UC Riverside
Cameron K. Ghalambor post-doc
Andres Lopez-Sepulcre post-doc 2007-2010 UC Riverside
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Travis J, Bassar RD, Coulson T, et al. (2023) Population Regulation and Density-Dependent Demography in the Trinidadian Guppy. The American Naturalist. 202: 413-432
Safian D, Ahmed M, van Kruistum H, et al. (2023) Repeated independent origins of the placenta reveal convergent and divergent organ evolution within a single fish family (Poeciliidae). Science Advances. 9: eadf3915
Kemp DJ, Reznick DN, Arendt J, et al. (2023) How to generate and test hypotheses about colour: insights from half a century of guppy research. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 290: 20222492
Potter T, Arendt J, Bassar RD, et al. (2023) Female preference for rare males is maintained by indirect selection in Trinidadian guppies. Science (New York, N.Y.). 380: 309-312
Anaya-Rojas JM, Bassar RD, Matthews B, et al. (2023) Does the Evolution of Ontogenetic Niche Shifts Favor Species Coexistence? An empirical test in Trinidadian streams. The Journal of Animal Ecology
van der Zee MJ, Whiting JR, Paris JR, et al. (2022) Rapid genomic convergent evolution in experimental populations of Trinidadian guppies (). Evolution Letters. 6: 149-161
Whiting JR, Paris JR, Parsons PJ, et al. (2022) On the genetic architecture of rapidly adapting and convergent life history traits in guppies. Heredity
Felmy A, Reznick DN, Travis J, et al. (2022) Life histories as mosaics: Plastic and genetic components differ among traits that underpin life-history strategies. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Goldberg JF, Fraser DF, Lamphere BA, et al. (2021) Differential habitat use and recruitment facilitate coexistence in a community with intraguild predation. Ecology. e03558
Anaya-Rojas JM, Bassar RD, Potter T, et al. (2021) The evolution of size-dependent competitive interactions promotes species coexistence. The Journal of Animal Ecology
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