Richard M. Merrill

Affiliations: 
Zoology University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Speciation, Behaviour, Genetics, Heliconius
Website:
http://heliconius.zoo.cam.ac.uk/2009/richard-merrill/
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Butlin RK, Servedio MR, Smadja CM, et al. (2021) Homage to Felsenstein 1981, or why are there so few/many species? Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Hausmann AE, Kuo CY, Freire M, et al. (2021) Light environment influences mating behaviours during the early stages of divergence in tropical butterflies. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 288: 20210157
Montgomery SH, Rossi M, McMillan WO, et al. (2021) Neural divergence and hybrid disruption between ecologically isolated butterflies. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 118
Darragh K, Orteu A, Black D, et al. (2021) A novel terpene synthase controls differences in anti-aphrodisiac pheromone production between closely related Heliconius butterflies. Plos Biology. 19: e3001022
Byers KJRP, Darragh K, Fernanda Garza S, et al. (2021) Clustering of loci controlling species differences in male chemical bouquets of sympatric butterflies. Ecology and Evolution. 11: 89-107
Rossi M, Hausmann AE, Thurman TJ, et al. (2020) Visual mate preference evolution during butterfly speciation is linked to neural processing genes. Nature Communications. 11: 4763
Darragh K, Montejo-Kovacevich G, Kozak KM, et al. (2020) Species specificity and intraspecific variation in the chemical profiles of butterflies across a large geographic range. Ecology and Evolution. 10: 3895-3918
Mérot C, Debat V, Le Poul Y, et al. (2020) Hybridization and transgressive exploration of colour pattern and wing morphology in Heliconius butterflies. Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Byers KJRP, Darragh K, Musgrove J, et al. (2020) A major locus controls a biologically active pheromone component in Heliconius melpomene. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Darragh K, Montejo‐Kovacevich G, Kozak KM, et al. (2020) Species specificity and intraspecific variation in the chemical profiles of Heliconius butterflies across a large geographic range Ecology and Evolution. 10: 3895-3918
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