Publications

(* denotes undergraduate author)
2015 Wu, Y, Molongoski, J. J., Winograd, D. F., Bogdanowicz, S. M., Louyakis, A. S., Lance, D. R., Mastro, V. C. and R. G. Harrison. Genetic structure, admixture and invasion success in a Holarctic defoliator, the gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar, Lepidoptera: Erebidae). Molecular Ecology 24: 1275-1291.
2014 D’Aloia, C. C., S. M. Bogdanowicz, R. G. Harrison, and P. M. Buston. Seascape continuity plays an important role in determining patterns of spatial genetic structure in a coral reef fish.   Molecular Ecology 23:2902-2913.
Larson, E. L., T. A. White, C. L. Ross, and R. G. Harrison. Gene flow and the maintenance of species boundaries. Molecular Ecology 23:1668-1678.
Harrison, R. G. and E. L. Larson. Hybridization, introgression, and the nature of species boundaries. Journal of Heredity 105 (Special Issue) 795-809.
Saleh, N. W*, E. L. Larson, and R. G. Harrison.   Reproductive success and body size in the cricket Gryllus firmus. Journal of Insect Behavior 27:346-356.
Finseth, F. R. and R. G. Harrison. A comparison of next generations sequencing technologies for transcriptome assembly and utility for RNA-Seq in a non-model bird.   PLoS One 9:e108550. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0108550.
Finseth, F. R., E. Bondra*, and R. G. Harrison. Selective constraint dominates the evolution of genes expressed in a novel reproductive gland. Molecular Biology and Evolution 31:3266-3281.
Mychajliw, A. M.* and R. G. Harrison. Genetics reveals the origin and timing of a cryptic insular introduction of muskrats in North America.   PLoS One 9:e111856. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0111856.
2013 Larson, E. L., J. A. Andres, S. M. Bogdanowicz, and R. G. Harrison. Differential introgression in a mosaic hybrid zone reveals candidate barrier genes.   Evolution, 67: 3653-3661.
Larson, E. L., C. G. Becker, E. R. Bondra*, and R. G. Harrison. Structure of a mosaic hybrid zone between the field crickets Gryllus firmus and G. pennsylanicus. Ecology and Evolution doi: 10.1002/ece3.514
Andres, J. A., E. L. Larson, S. M. Bogdanowicz, and R. G. Harrison. Patterns of transcriptome divergence in the male accessory gland of two closely related species of field crickets. Genetics 193:501-513.
Finseth, F. R., S. R. Iacovelli*, R. G. Harrison and E. K. Adkins-Regan. A nonsemen copulatory fluid influences the outcome of sperm competition in Japanese quail. J. Evolutionary Biology 26:1875-1889.
D’Aloia, C. C., S. M. Bogdanowicz, J. E. Majoris, R. G. Harrison, and P. M. Buston.   Self-recruitment in a Caribbean reef fish: a method for approximating dispersal kernels accounting for seascape. Molecular Ecology 22:2563-2572.
2012 Larson E. L., G. Hume, S. M. Bogdanowicz, J. A. Andres, and R. G. Harrison. Post-mating prezygotic barriers to gene exchange between recently diverged field crickets. J. Evol. Biol. 25:174-186.
Larson E. L, J. A. Andres, and R. G. Harrison. Influence of the male ejaculate on postmating prezygotic barriers in field crickets.   PLOS ONE 7(10): e46202. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0046202.
Harrison, R. G. The language of speciation. Evolution 66:3643-3657.
2011 Nydam, M. L. and R. G. Harrison. Reproductive protein evolution in two cryptic species of marine chordate.   BMC Evolutionary Biology 11:18.
Walters, J. R. and R. G. Harrison. Decoupling of rapid and adaptive evolution among seminal fluid proteins in Heliconius butterflies with divergent mating systems. Evolution 65:2855-2871.
Lassance, J.-M., S. M. Bogdanowicz, K. W. Wanner, C. Lofstedt, and R. G. Harrison. Gene genealogies reveal differentiation at sex pheromone olfactory receptor loci in pheromone strains of the European corn borer (Ostrinia nubilalis). Evolution 65:1583-1593.
2010 Carter, M. E., M. T. Smith, and R. G. Harrison 2010. Genetic analysis of the Asian longhorned beetle (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae, Anoplophora glabripennis), in North America, Europe and Asia. Biol. Invasions. 12:1165–1182.
Nydam, M. L. and R. G. Harrison. Polymorphism and divergence within the Ascidian genus Ciona. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 56:718-726.
Walters, J. R. and R. G. Harrison. Combined EST and proteomic analysis identifies rapidly evolving seminal fluid proteins in Heliconius butterflies. Molecular Biology and Evolution 27: 2000-2013.
Geiler, K. A. and R. G. Harrison. A D11 desaturase gene genealogy reveals two divergent allelic classes within the European corn borer (Ostrinia nubilalis). BMC Evolutionary Biology 10:112.
Harrison, R. G. Understanding the origin of species; Where have we been? Where are we going” In Evolution Since Darwin (Bell, M. Futuyma, D., Eanes, W. and Levinton, J., eds). Sinauer Associates, Sunderland, MA.
Zamudio, K. R. and R. G. Harrison. 2010. Hybridization in threatened and endangered animal taxa: implications for conservation and management of biodiversity. In Molecular Approaches in Natural Resource Conservation (eds. DeWoody, A. Bickham, J., Michler, C. Nichols, K. Rhodes, G, and Woeste, K.) Cambridge University Press. Cambridge
2009 Maroja, L. S., J. A. Andrés, J. R. Walters, and R. G. Harrison. 2009. Multiple barriers to gene exchange in a field cricket hybrid zone. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 97:390‑402.
Thum, R. A. and R. G. Harrison. 2009. Deep genetic divergences among morphologically similar and parapatric Skistodiaptomus (Copepoda: Calanoida: Diaptomidae) challenge the hypothesis of Pleistocene speciation. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 96:150-165.
Maroja, L. S., J. A. Andrés, and R. G. Harrison. 2009. Genealogical discordance and patterns of introgression and selection across a cricket hybrid zone.   Evolution, 63: 2999-3015.
Carter, M. E., M. T. Smith, and R. G. Harrison 2009. Patterns of genetic variation among populations of the Asian longhorned beetle (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) in China and Korea. Ann. Entomol. Soc. Amer 102:895-905.
Carter, Maureen E; Smith, Michael T; Turgeon, Jean J; Harrison, Richard G. 2009 Analysis of genetic diversity in an invasive population of Asian long-horned beetles in Ontario, Canada. Can. Entomol. 141:582-594.
2008 Andres, J. A., L. S. Maroja, and R. G. Harrison. Searching for candidate speciation genes using a protemomic approach: seminal proteins in field crickets. Proceedings of the Royal Society B – Biological Sciences 275:1975-1983.
Harrison, R. G. 2008. The shape of things to come? [Review of Barton et al. Evolution.] Evolution 62:1813-1815
Larson, E. L., S. M. Bogdanowicz, A. A. Agrawal, M. T. J. Johnson, and R. G. Harrison. Isolation and characterization of polymorphic microsatellite loci in common evening primrose (Oenothera biennis).   Molecular Ecology Resources 8:434-436.
Maroja, L. S., M. E. Clark, and R. G. Harrison. Wolbachia plays no role in the one-way reproductive incompatibility between the hybridizing field crickets Gryllus firmus and G-pennsylvanicus. Heredity 101:435-444.
Mullen, S. P., E. B. Dopman, and R. G. Harrison. Hybrid zone origins, species boundaries, and the evolution of wing-pattern diversity in a polytypic species complex of North American admiral butterflies (Nymphalidae: Limenitis). Evolution 62:1400-1417.
Walters, J. R. and R. G. Harrison. EST analysis of male accessory glands from Heliconius butterflies with divergent mating systems. BMC Genomics 9:592.
2007 Birge, L. M., S. M. Bogdanowicz, R. G. Harrison, and D. J. Howard.   Microsatellites in the striped ground crickets, Allonemobius (Orthoptera: Gryllidae). Molecular Ecology Notes 7:1094-1096.
Booth, W., S. M. Bogdanowicz, A. Prodohl, R. G. Harrison, C. Schal, and E. L. Vargo. Identification and characterization of 10 polymorphic microsatellite loci in the German cockroach, Blattella germanica.   Molecular Ecology Notes 7:648-650.
Buston, P. M., S. M. Bogdanowicz, A. Wong, and R. G. Harrison. Are clownfish groups composed of close relatives? An analysis of microsatellite DNA variation in Amphiprion percula.   Molecular Ecology 16:3671-3678.
Malausa, T., L. Leniaud, J. F. Martin, P. Audiot, D. Bourguet, S. Ponsard, S. F. Lee, R. G. Harrison, and E. Dopman. Molecular differentiation at nuclear loci in French host races of the European corn borer (Ostrinia nubilalis). Genetics 176(4):2343-2355.
Maroja, L. S., S. M. Bogdanowicz, K. F. Wallin, K. F. Raffa, and R. G. Harrison.   Phylogeography of spruce beetles (Dendroctonus rufipennis kirby) (Curculionidae: Scolytinae) in north america.   Molecular Ecology 16:2560-2573.
Nydam, M. and R. G. Harrison. Genealogical relationships within and among shallow-water Ciona species (Ascidacea). Marine Biology 151:1839-1847.
2006 Andres, J. A., L. S. Maroja, S. M. Bogdanowicz, W. J. Swanson, and R. G. Harrison. Molecular evolution of seminal proteins in field crickets. Molecular Biology and Evolution 23(8):1574‑1584.
Braswell, W. E., J. A. Andres, L. Maroja, R. G. Harrison, D. J. Howard, and W. J. Swanson.   Identification and comparative analysis of accessory gland proteins in Orthoptera. Genome 49(9):1069-1080.
Dalecky, A., S. M. Bogdanowicz, E. B. Dopman, D. Bourguet, and R. G. Harrison.   Two multiplex sets of eight and five microsatellite markers for the European corn borer, Ostrinia nubilalis Hübner (Lepidoptera: Crambidae). Molecular Ecology Notes 6(3):945-947.
Hatch, L. T., E. B. Dopman, and R. G. Harrison. Phylogenetic relationships among the baleen whales based on maternally and paternally inherited characters. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 41:12-27.
Lovejoy, N. R., S. P. Mullen, G. A. Sword, R. F. Chapman, and R. G. Harrison.   Ancient trans-Atlantic flight explains locust biogeography: Molecular phylogenetics of Schistocerca. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 273(1588):767‑774.
Ross, C. L. and R. G. Harrison. Viability selection on overwintering eggs in a field cricket mosaic hybrid zone.   Oikos 115(1):53-68.
2005 Dopman, E. B., L. Perez*, S. M. Bogdanowicz, and R. G. Harrison. Consequences of reproductive barriers for genealogical discordance in the European corn borer. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 102(41):14706‑14711.
2004 Dopman, E. B., S. M. Bogdanowicz, and R. G. Harrison. Genetic mapping of sexual isolation between E and Z pheromone strains of the European corn borer (Ostrinia nubilalis). Genetics 167:301-309.
Hufbauer, R. A., S. M. Bogdanowicz, and R. G. Harrison. The population genetics of a biological control introduction: Mitochondrial DNA and microsatellie variation in native and introduced populations of Aphidus ervi, a parasitoid wasp.   Molecular Ecology 13(2):337‑348.
2003 Broughton, R. E. and R. G. Harrison. Nuclear gene genealogies reveal historical, demographic, and selective factors associated with speciation in field crickets. Genetics 163:1389‑1401.
Harrison, R. G., S. M. Bogdanowicz, R. S. Hoffmann, E. Yensen, and P. W. Sherman. Phylogeny and evolutionary history of the ground squirrels (Rodentia:   Marmotinae). Journal of Mammalian Evolution 10(3):249-276.
Hey, J., R. S. Waples, M. L. Arnold, R. K. Butlin, and R. G. Harrison.   Understanding and confronting species uncertainty in biology and conservation. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18(11):597-603.
2002 Harrison, R. G. Species concepts. In:   Encyclopedia of Evolution, M. Pagel (ed.). Oxford University Press, pp. 1078-1083.
Ross, C. L. and R. G. Harrison. A fine-scale spatial analysis of the mosaic hybrid zone between Gryllus firmus and Gryllus pennsylvanicus. Evolution 56(11):2296‑2312.
2001 Harrison, R. G. Diverse origins of biodiversity: A provocative look at how new species arise. Review of Frogs, Flies, and Dandelions:   The Making of Species, by M. Schilthuizen. Nature 411:635-636.
Harrison, R. G. Genealogies and geography: Deciphering recent evolutionary history. Review of Phylogeography, by J. C. Avise. Evolution 55(3):646-649.
Hufbauer, R. A., S. M. Bogdanowicz, L. Perez, and R. G. Harrison. Isolation and characterization of microsatellites in Aphidius ervi (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) and their applicability to related species.   Molecular Ecology Notes 1(3):197-199.
Mandel, M. J*., C. L. Ross, and R. G. Harrison. Do Wolbachia infections play a role in unidirectional incompatibilities in a field cricket hybrid zone? Molecular Ecology 10: 703-709.
2000 Bogdanowicz, S. M., P. W. Schaefer, and R. G. Harrison.   Mitochondrial DNA variation among worldwide populations of gypsy moths, Lymantria dispar. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 15(3):487-495.
Durrett, R., L. Buttel, and R. G. Harrison. Spatial models for hybrid zones. Heredity 84:9-19.
1999 Stanley, S. E. and R. G. Harrison. Cytochrome b evolution in birds and mammals: An evaluation of the avian constraint hypothesis. Mol. Biol. Evol. 16(11):1575-1585.
Willett, C. S. and R. G. Harrison. Insights into genome differentiation: Pheromone binding protein variation and population history in the European corn borer (Ostrinia nubilalis). Genetics 153(4):1743-1751.
Willett, C. S. and R. G. Harrison. Pheromone binding proteins of the European and Asian corn borers: No protein change associated with pheromone differences.   Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 29:277-284.
1998 Harrison, R. G. Linking evolutionary pattern and process: The relevance of species concepts for the study of speciation.   Pages 19-31 in Endless Forms: Species and Speciation (D. J. Howard and S. H. Berlocher, eds.).   Oxford University Press.
1997 Bogdanowicz, S. M., V. C. Mastro, D. C. Prasher, and R. G. Harrison. Microsatellite DNA variation among Asian and North American gypsy moths (Lepidoptera:   Lymantriidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 90(6):768-775.
Brown, J. M., J. H. Leebens-Mack, J. N. Thompson, O. Pellmyr, and R. G. Harrison. Phylogeography and host association in a pollinating seed parasite Greya politella (Lepidoptera:   Prodoxidae). Molecular Ecology 6:215-224.
Harrison, R. G. and S. M. Bogdanowicz. Patterns of variation and linkage disequilibrium in a field cricket hybrid zone. Evolution 51(2):493-505.
Katz, L. A. and R. G. Harrison. Balancing selection on electrophoretic variation of phosphoglucose isomerase in two species of field cricket: Gryllus veletis and G. pennsylvanicus. Genetics 147:609-621.
Willett, C. S., M. J. Ford, and R. G. Harrison. Inferences about the origin of a field cricket hybrid zone from a mitochondrial DNA phylogeny. Heredity 79:484-494.
1996 Pellmyr, O., J. N. Thompson, J. M. Brown, and R. G. Harrison.   Evolution of pollination and mutualism in the yucca moth Lineage. The American Naturalist 148(5):827-847.
1995 Harrison, R. G. and S. M. Bogdanowicz. Mitochondrial DNA phylogeny of North American field crickets: Perspectives on the evolution of life cycles, songs, and habitat associations. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 8:209‑32.
Nurnberger, B. and R. G. Harrison. Spatial population structure in the whirligig beetle Dineutus assimilis: evolutionary inferences based on mitochondrial DNA and field data. Evolution 49:266-275.
1994 Brown, J. M., O. Pellmyr, J. N. Thompson, and R. G. Harrison.   Mitochondrial DNA phyogeny of the Prodoxidae (Lepidoptera: Incurvarioidea) indicates rapid ecological diversification of yucca moths. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 87:795-802.
Brown, J. M., O. Pellmyr, J. N. Thompson, and R. G. Harrison.   Phylogeny of Greya (Lepidoptera: Prodoxidae) based on nucleotide sequence variation in mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase I and II:   Congruence with morphological data.   Molecular Biology and Evolution 11:28-41.
Sperling, F. A. H. and R. G. Harrison. Mitochondrial DNA variation within and between species of the Papilio machaon group of swallowtail butterflies. Evolution 48:409-422.
1993 Bogdanowicz, S. M., W. E. Wallner, J. Bell, T. M. ODell, and R. G. Harrison. Asian gypsy moths (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) in North America:   Evidence from molecular data.   Annals of the Entomological Society of America 86:710-715.
Harrison, R. G., editor.   Hybrid Zones and the Evolutionary Process. Oxford University Press, New York. (Includes chapter by Harrison, “Hybrids and hybrid zones:   Historical perspectives.”)
1992 Hayes, J. P. and R. G. Harrison. Variation in mitochondrial DNA and the biogeographic history of woodrats (Neotoma) of the eastern United States. Systematic Biology 41:331-344.
1991 Harrison, R. G. Molecular changes at speciation. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 22:281-308.
Normark, B. B., A. R. McCune, and R. G. Harrison. Phylogenetic relationships of neopterygian fishes inferred from mitochondrial DNA sequences. Molecular Biology and Evolution 8:819-834.
1990 Harrison, R. G. Hybrid zones: Windows on evolutionary process. Oxford Surveys in Evolutionary Biology (D. J. Futuyma and J. Antonovics, eds.), 7:69-128.
Harrison, R. G. and J. J. Doyle. Anything goes–breaking the “rules” of organelle inheritance.   Nature (News and Views) 344:295-296.
1989 Harrison, R. G. Animal mitochondrial DNA as a tool in systematic and evolutionary biology.   Trends in Ecology and Evolution 5:6-11.
Harrison, R. G. and T. M. ODell. Mitochondrial DNA as a tracer of gypsy moth origins. Pages 265-273 in Lymantriidae: A Comparison of Features of New and Old World Tussock Moths. General Technical Report NE-123, USDA, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Hamden, Connecticut.
Harrison, R. G. and D. M. Rand. Mosaic hybrid zones and the nature of species boundaries. Pages 111-133 in Speciation and Its Consequences (J. Endler and D. Otte, eds.).   Sinauer Associates, Sunderland, Massachusetts.
Rand, D. M. and R. G. Harrison. Ecological genetics of a mosaic hybrid zone: Mitochondrial, nuclear and reproductive differentiation by soil type in crickets. Evolution 43:432-449.
Rand, D. M. and R. G. Harrison. Molecular population genetics of mitochondrial DNA size variation in crickets. Genetics 121:551-569.
1988 Bert, T. M. and R. G. Harrison. Hybridization in western Atlantic stone crabs (genus Menippe): A comparison of two disjunct zones of variation. Evolution 42:528-544.
1987 Harrison, R. G., D. M. Rand, and W. C. Wheeler. Mitochondrial DNA variation across a narrow hybrid zone.   Molecular Biology and Evolution 4:144-158.
1986 Harrison, R. G. Pattern and process in a narrow hybrid zone. Heredity 56:347-359.
Rand, D. M. and R. G. Harrison. Mitochondrial DNA transmission genetics in crickets.   Genetics 114:955-970.
1985 Harrison, R. G. Barriers to gene exchange between closely related cricket species. II. Life cycle variation and temporal isolation. Evolution 39:244-259.
Harrison, R. G., D. M. Rand, and W. C. Wheeler. Mitochondrial DNA variation within individual crickets.   Science 228:1446-1448.
Rand, D. M. and R. G. Harrison. Transmission genetics of mitochondrial DNA in crickets.   Genetics 110:s42-43 (abstract).
1984 Artavanis-Tsakonas, S., B. G. Grimwade, R. G. Harrison, K. Markopoulou, M. Muskavitch, R. Schlesinger-Bryant, K. A. Wharton, and B. Yedvobnick. The Notch locus of Drosophila melanogaster: A molecular analysis. Developmental Genetics 4:233-254.
Howard, D. J. and R. G. Harrison. Habitat segregation in ground crickets: Experimental studies of adult survival, reproductive success and oviposition preference. Ecology 65:61-68.
Howard, D. J. and R. G. Harrison. Habitat segregation in ground crickets: The role of interspecific competition and habitat selection. Ecology 65:69-76.
McKaye, K., P. Reinthal, T. Kocher, R. G. Harrison, and I. Kornfield.   Genetic evidence for allopatric and sympatric differentiation among morphs of a Lake Malawi cichlid fish.   Evolution 38:215-219.
*Schopf, T. J. M. and R. G. Harrison. The Whitehead Institute Symposium on Forces Molding the Genome.   Paleobiology 9:322-325.
1983 Harrison, R. G. Barriers to gene exchange between closely related cricket species. I. Laboratory hybridization studies. Evolution 37:245-251.
Harrison, R. G., S. Wintermeyer, and T. ODell. Patterns of genetic variation within and among gypsy moth, Lymantria dispar (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae), populations. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 76:652-656.
1982 Harrison, R. G. Return of the hopeful monster? Paleobiology 8:459-463.
Harrison, R. G. and J. Arnold. A narrow hybrid zone between closely related cricket species.   Evolution 36:535-552.
1980 Harrison, R. G. Dispersal polymorphisms in insects. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 11:95-118.
1979 Harrison, R. G. Flight polymorphism in the field cricket Gryllus pennsylvanicus. Oecologia 40:125-132.
Harrison, R. G. Speciation in North American field crickets: Evidence from electrophoretic comparisons. Evolution 33:1009-1023.
1978 Cardé, R. T., W. L. Roelofs, R. G. Harrison, A. T. Vawter, P. F. Brussard, A. Matuura, and E. Munroe. European corn borer: Pheromone polymorphism or sibling species? Science 199:555-556.
Harrison, R. G. Ecological parameters and speciation in field crickets. Pages 145-158 in Genetics and Ecology: The Interface (P. F. Brussard, ed.). Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg.
1977 Harrison, R. G. Parallel variation at an enzyme locus in sibling species of field crickets.   Nature 266:168-170.
Harrison, R. G. and A. T. Vawter. Allozyme differentiation between pheromone strains of the European corn borer. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 70:717-720.
1971 Harrison, R. G., S. Lowey, and C. Cohen. Assembly of myosin. Journal of Molecular Biology 59:531-535.
1970 Cohen, C., S. Lowey, R. G. Harrison, J. Kendrick-Jones, and A. G. Szent-Gyorgyi. Segments from myosin rods. Journal of Molecular Biology 47:605-609.
1968 Uhlenbeck, O. C., R. Harrison, and P. Doty. Some effects of noncomplementary bases on the stability of helical complexes of polyribonucleotides. Pages 107-114 in Molecular Associations in Biology, (B. Pullman, Ed.), Academic Press, New York
   

 

OTHER PUBLICATIONS RESULTING FROM WORK DONE UNDER THE DIRECTION OF RICHARD G. HARRISON:

2000 Willett, C. S. Evidence for directional selection acting on pheromone-binding proteins in the genus Choristoneura. Molecular Biology and Evolution 17(4):553-562.   2000.
Willett, C. S. Do pheromone binding proteins converge in amino acid sequence when pheromones converge?   Journal of Molecular Evolution 50:175-183. 2000.
1998 Normark, B. B. and A. A. Lanteri. Incongruence between morphological and mitochondrial-DNA characters suggests hybrid origins of parthenogenetic weevil lineages (Genus Aramigus). Systematic Biology 47:475-494.
1997 Katz, L. A. Characterization of the phosphoglucose isomerase gene from crickets:   An analysis of phylogeny, amino acid conservation and nucleotide composition. Insect Molecular Biology 6(4):305-318.
McHugh, D. Molecular evidence that echiurans and pogonophorans are derived annelids.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 94(15):8006-8009.
1996 Brower, A. V. Z. Parallel race formation and the evolution of mimicry in Heliconius butterflies: A phylogenetic hypothesis from mitochondrial DNA sequences.   Evolution 50(1):195-221.
Katz, L. A. Transkingdom transfer of the phosphoglucose isomerase gene. Journal of Molecular Evolution 43:453-459.
Normark, B. B. Phylogeny and evolution of parthenogenetic weevils of the Aramigus tessellatus species complex (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Naupactini): Evidence from mitochondrial DNA sequences. Evolution 50(2):734-745.
Young, N. D. An analysis of the causes of genetic isolation in two Pacific Coast iris hybrid zones. Canadian Journal of Botany 74:2006-2013.
Young, N. D. Concordance and discordance: A tale of two hybrid zones in the Pacific Coast irises (Iridaceae). American Journal of Botany 83(12):1623-1629.
1995 Ramey, R. R. II. Mitochondrial DNA variation, population structure, and evolution of mountain sheep in the south-western United States and Mexico. Molecular Ecology 4:429-439.
1994 Brower, A. V. Z. Phylogeny of Heliconius butterflies inferred from mitochondrical DNA sequences (Lepidoptera:   Nymphalidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 3(2):159-174.
Brower, A. V. Z. Rapid morphological radiation and convergence among races of the butterfly Heliconius erato inferred from patterns of mitochondrial DNA evolution. Evolution 91:6491-6495.
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