Sean P. Mullen, Ph.D.

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Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, United States 
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Richard Gerald Harrison grad student 2006 Cornell
 (Hybridization, mimicry, and the evolution of wing pattern diversity in North American Admiral butterflies (Nympalidae: Limenitis).)
Kerry L Shaw post-doc 2007 University of Maryland (Neurotree)

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Gabriella Elena Smith research assistant 2011-2015 Boston University (Evolution Tree)
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Ebel ER, DaCosta JM, Sorenson MD, et al. (2015) Rapid diversification associated with ecological specialization in Neotropical Adelpha butterflies. Molecular Ecology. 24: 2392-405
Frentiu FD, Yuan F, Savage WK, et al. (2015) Opsin clines in butterflies suggest novel roles for insect photopigments. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 32: 368-79
Gallant JR, Imhoff VE, Martin A, et al. (2014) Ancient homology underlies adaptive mimetic diversity across butterflies. Nature Communications. 5: 4817
Shaw KL, Mullen SP. (2014) Speciation continuum. The Journal of Heredity. 105: 741-2
Kunte K, Zhang W, Tenger-Trolander A, et al. (2014) doublesex is a mimicry supergene. Nature. 507: 229-32
Mullen SP, Shaw KL. (2014) Insect speciation rules: unifying concepts in speciation research. Annual Review of Entomology. 59: 339-61
Kronforst MR, Hansen ME, Crawford NG, et al. (2013) Hybridization reveals the evolving genomic architecture of speciation. Cell Reports. 5: 666-77
Abbott R, Albach D, Ansell S, et al. (2013) Hybridization and speciation. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 26: 229-46
Iyengar VK, Castle T, Mullen SP. (2013) Sympatric sexual signal divergence among North American Calopteryx damselflies is correlated with increased intra- and interspecific male-male aggression Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 1-8
. (2012) Butterfly genome reveals promiscuous exchange of mimicry adaptations among species. Nature. 487: 94-8
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