Publications

Submitted and online for open review

coming soon: something about hybrid speciation.

Peer-reviewed publications (Google Scholar)

2017

Phenotypic, comparative genomic, and classical genetic analyses of host specialization in D. orena.
     Comeault A.A., Serrato-Capuchina A., Turissini D.A., McLaughlin P.J., David J.R., and D.R. Matute. (2017) A nonrandom subset of olfactory genes is associated with host preference in the fruit fly Drosophila orenaEvolution Letters 1:73-85. DOI:10.1002/evl3.7.

Patterns of genetic differentiation across space, time (evolutionary), and the genome.
     Riesch R., Muschick M., Lindtke D., Villoutreix R, Comeault A.A., Farkas T.E., Lucek K., Hellen E., Soria-Carrasco V., Dennis S.R., de Carvalho C.F., Safran R.J., Sandova C.P., Feder J., Gries R., Crespi B.J., Gries G., Gompert Z., and P. Nosil. (2017) Transitions between phases of genomic differentiation during stick-insect speciation. Nature Ecology and Evolution 0082. DOI:10.1038/s41559-017-0082

The ability of Drosophila hybrids to locate food declines with parental divergence.
     Turissini D.A., Comeault A.A., Liu G., Lee Y.C.G., and D.R. Matute. (2017) The ability of Drosophila hybrids to locate food declines with parental divergence. Evolution 71:960-973DOI:10.1111/evo.13180
[PNAS “Journal Club”F1000]

Digest article summarizing how factors other than geographic isolation affect genetic differentiation between lake and stream sticklebacks.
     Richards E., Comeault A.A., and J. Poelstra. (2017) Digest*: Sticklebacks don’t just go with the flow: genetic differentiation between lake and stream populations due to more than just geographic distance. Evolution 71:495-496. *corresponding to article: Weber et al. 2016

2016

Observational evidence that maladaptive gene flow reduces patch occupancy in a wild insect metapopulation.
     Farkas T.E., Mononen T., Comeault A.A., and P. Nosil. (2016) Observational evidence that maladaptive gene flow reduces patch occupancy in a wild insect metapopulation. Evolution 70:2879-2888.

Cascade reinforcement in Drosophila yakuba.
     Comeault A.A., Venkat, A., and D.R. Matute. (2016) Correlated evolution of male and female reproductive traits drive a cascading effect of reinforcement in Drosophila yakuba. Proceedings of the Royal Society: B 283:20160730. [SI,  (older) bioRxiv submission]

Shared aspects of the genetics of color polymorphisms  in two species of Timema stick insect.
     Comeault A.A., Ferreira C., Dennis S., Soria-Carrasco V., and P. Nosil. (2016) Color phenotypes are under similar genetic control in two distantly related species of Timema stick insect. Evolution 70:1283-1296. (older) bioRxiv submission

Reinforcement’s incidental effects on reproductive isolation between conspecifics.
     Comeault A.A. and D. R. Matute. (2016) Reinforcement’s incidental effects on reproductive isolation between conspecifics. Current Zoology 62:135-143(invited manuscript)

2015

Selection on a genetic polymorphism counteracts ecological speciation in a stick insect.
     Comeault A.A., Flaxman, S.*, Riesch R.*, Curran E., Soria-Carrasco, V., Gompert Z., Farkas T.E., Muschick M., Parchman T.L., Schwander T., Slate J., and P. Nosil. (2015) Selection on a genetic polymorphism counteracts ecological speciation in a stick insect. Current Biology 25:1975-1981. [SI]; data; data; dataDispatch by S. RogersEco-Evo Evo-Eco post Access the recommendation on F1000Prime

2014

Stick Insect genomes reveal natural selection’s role in parallel speciation.
     Soria-Carrasco*, V., Gompert Z.*, Comeault A.A., Farkas T.E., Parchman T.L., Johnson S., Buerkle C.A., Feder J.L., Bast J., Schwander T., Egan S.P., Crespi B.J., and P. Nosil. (2014) Stick Insect genomes reveal natural selection’s role in parallel speciation. Science 344:738-742. [SI]; Is evolution repeatable?;show how evolution repeats; covered by F1000; Write up for “Today’s Science” educational site.

GWA mapping of traits subject to different intensities of natural selection in Timema cristinae.
     Comeault, A.A., Soria-Carrasco, V., Gompert Z., Farkas T.E., Buerkle C.A., Parchman T.L., and P. Nosil. (2014) Genome-wide association mapping of phenotypic traits subject to a range of intensities of natural selection in Timema cristinae. The American Naturalist 183:711-727. (invited manuscript)

Experimental evidence for ecological selection on genome variation in the wild.
     Gompert Z., Comeault A.A., Farkas T.E., Feder J.L., Parchman T.L., Buerkle C.A., and P. Nosil. (2014) Experimental evidence for ecological selection on genome variation in the wild. Ecology Letters 17:369-379.

2013

Evolution of camouflage drives rapid ecological change within an insect community.
     Farkas T.E., Mononen T., Comeault A.A., Hanski I. and P. Nosil. (2013) Evolution of camouflage drives rapid ecological change within an insect community. Current Biology 23:1835-1843.  Dispatch by A. Hendry in Current. Bio.; Nat. Geo. “The Loom” writeup

Geographic mode of speciation and genomic divergence.
     Feder, J.L., Flaxman S., Egan S.P., Comeault A.A. and P. Nosil. (2013) Geographic mode of speciation and genomic divergence. Annual Review of Ecology and Evolution and Systematics 44.

2009 – 2012

Genomic consequences of multiple speciation processes in a stick insect.
     Nosil P., Gompert Z., Farkas T.E., Comeault A.A., Feder J.L., Buerkle C.A., and T.L. Parchman. (2012) Genomic consequences of multiple speciation processes in a stick insect. Proceedings of the Royal Society: B 279:5058-5065. [Supp.] Ed. Choice coverage in Science

Timema cristinae transcriptome and inference of genetic divergence between an ecotype and species pair.
     Comeault A.A., Sommers M., Schwander T., Buerkle C.A., Farkas T.E., Nosil P., and T.L. Parchman. (2012) De novo characterization of the Timema cristinae transcriptome facilitates marker discovery and inference of genetic divergence. Molecular Ecology Resources 12:549-561.

Geographic variation in selection on aposematic phenotypes of the poison frog, Dendrobates tinctorius.
     Comeault A.A. and B.P. Noonan. (2011) Spatial variation in the fitness of divergent aposematic phenotypes of the poison frog, Dendrobates tinctorius. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24:1374-1379.

Mixed photosynthetic-chemosynthetic diets in vent obligate macroinvertebrates at shallow hydrothermal vents on Volcano 1, South Tonga Arc – evidence from stable isotope and fatty acid analyses.
     Comeault A.A., Stevens C.J., and S.K. Juniper. (2010) Mixed photosynthetic-chemosynthetic diets in vent obligate macroinvertebrates at shallow hydrothermal vents on Volcano 1, South Tonga Arc – evidence from stable isotope and fatty acid analyses. Cahiers de Biologie Marine 51:351-359.

The role of predator selection on polymorphic aposematic poison frogs.
     Noonan B.P. and A.A. Comeault. (2009) The role of predator selection on polymorphic aposematic poison frogs. Biology Letters 5:51-54.

* co-authorship

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