Matthew P. Davis

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, United States 
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Ghedotti MJ, DeKay HM, Maile AJ, et al. (2021) Anatomy and evolution of bioluminescent organs in the slimeheads (Teleostei: Trachichthyidae). Journal of Morphology
Martin RP, Davis MP. (2020) The evolution of specialized dentition in the deep-sea lanternfishes (Myctophiformes). Journal of Morphology
Girard MG, Davis MP, Smith WL. (2020) The Phylogeny of Carangiform Fishes: Morphological and Genomic Investigations of a New Fish Clade Copeia. 108: 265-298
Ghedotti MJ, Smith WL, Davis MP. (2019) The first evidence of intrinsic epidermal bioluminescence within ray-finned fishes in the linebelly swallower Pseudoscopelus sagamianus (Chiasmodontidae). Journal of Fish Biology
Ghedotti MJ, Gruber JN, Barton RW, et al. (2018) Morphology and evolution of bioluminescent organs in the glowbellies (Percomorpha: Acropomatidae) with comments on the taxonomy and phylogeny of Acropomatiformes. Journal of Morphology
Martin RP, Olson EE, Girard MG, et al. (2018) Light in the Darkness: New Perspective on Lanternfish Relationships and Classification Using Genomic and Morphological Data. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution
Smith WL, Buck CA, Ornay GS, et al. (2018) Improving Vertebrate Skeleton Images: Fluorescence and the Non-Permanent Mounting of Cleared-and-Stained Specimens Copeia. 106: 427-435
Ghedotti MJ, Davis MP. (2017) The taxonomic placement of three fossil Fundulus species and the timing of divergence within the North American topminnows (Teleostei: Fundulidae). Zootaxa. 4250: 577-586
Smith WL, Stern JH, Girard MG, et al. (2016) Evolution of Venomous Cartilaginous and Ray-Finned Fishes. Integrative and Comparative Biology
Davis MP, Sparks JS, Smith WL. (2016) Repeated and Widespread Evolution of Bioluminescence in Marine Fishes. Plos One. 11: e0155154
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