Matthew Aardema

Montclair State University, Little Falls, NJ, United States 
"Matthew Aardema"
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McCulloch KJ, Yuan F, Zhen Y, et al. (2017) Sexual Dimorphism and Retinal Mosaic Diversification Following the Evolution of a Violet Receptor in Butterflies. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Aardema ML, Andolfatto P. (2016) Phylogenetic incongruence and the evolutionary origins of cardenolide-resistant forms of Na(+) ,K(+) -ATPase in Danaus butterflies. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Aardema ML, Scriber JM. (2013) No Evidence that Male Choice Contributes to the Maintenance of a Shared, Sex-Limited Trait in Mimetic and Non-mimetic Female Tiger Swallowtail Butterflies, Papilio glaucus Evolutionary Biology. 40: 108-116
Zhen Y, Aardema ML, Medina EM, et al. (2012) Parallel molecular evolution in an herbivore community. Science (New York, N.Y.). 337: 1634-7
Aardema ML, Zhen Y, Andolfatto P. (2012) The evolution of cardenolide-resistant forms of Na⁺,K⁺ -ATPase in Danainae butterflies. Molecular Ecology. 21: 340-9
Scriber JM, Maher E, Aardema ML. (2012) Differential effects of short term winter thermal stress on diapausing tiger swallowtail butterflies (Papiliospp.) Insect Science. 19: 277-285
Kunte K, Shea C, Aardema ML, et al. (2011) Sex chromosome mosaicism and hybrid speciation among tiger swallowtail butterflies. Plos Genetics. 7: e1002274
Aardema ML, Scriber JM, Hellmann JJ. (2011) Considering local adaptation in issues of lepidopteran conservation a review and recommendations American Midland Naturalist. 165: 294-303
Ording GJ, Mercader RJ, Aardema ML, et al. (2010) Allochronic isolation and incipient hybrid speciation in tiger swallowtail butterflies. Oecologia. 162: 523-31
Mercader RJ, Aardema ML, Scriber JM. (2009) Hybridization leads to host-use divergence in a polyphagous butterfly sibling species pair. Oecologia. 158: 651-62
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