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Patterns of macroinvertebrate and fish diversity in freshwater sulphide springs
R Greenway, L Arias-Rodriguez, P Diaz, M Tobler
Diversity 6 (3), 597-632, 2014
502014
The evolutionary ecology of animals inhabiting hydrogen sulfide-rich environments
M Tobler, CN Passow, R Greenway, JL Kelley, JH Shaw
Annu. Rev. Ecol. Evol. Syst 47, 239-262, 2016
482016
Reduction of energetic demands through modification of body size and routine metabolic rates in extremophile fish
CN Passow, R Greenway, L Arias-Rodriguez, PD Jeyasingh, M Tobler
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 88 (4), 371-383, 2015
392015
Convergent evolution of conserved mitochondrial pathways underlies repeated adaptation to extreme environments
R Greenway, N Barts, C Henpita, AP Brown, L Arias Rodriguez, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (28), 16424-16430, 2020
292020
Adaptive, but not condition‐dependent, body shape differences contribute to assortative mating preferences during ecological speciation
R Greenway, S Drexler, L Arias‐Rodriguez, M Tobler
Evolution 70 (12), 2809-2822, 2016
222016
Convergent changes in the trophic ecology of extremophile fish along replicated environmental gradients
M Tobler, K Scharnweber, R Greenway, CN Passow, L Arias‐Rodriguez, ...
Freshwater Biology 60 (4), 768-780, 2015
202015
Mitochondria and the origin of species: bridging genetic and ecological perspectives on speciation processes
M Tobler, N Barts, R Greenway
Integrative and Comparative Biology 59 (4), 900-911, 2019
192019
Molecular evolution and expression of oxygen transport genes in livebearing fishes (Poeciliidae) from hydrogen sulfide rich springs
N Barts, R Greenway, CN Passow, L Arias-Rodriguez, JL Kelley, M Tobler
Genome 61 (4), 273-286, 2018
192018
Local ancestry analysis reveals genomic convergence in extremophile fishes
AP Brown, KL McGowan, EJ Schwarzkopf, R Greenway, LA Rodriguez, ...
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 374 (1777), 20180240, 2019
152019
Sequencing platform shifts provide opportunities but pose challenges for combining genomic data sets
R De‐Kayne, D Frei, R Greenway, SL Mendes, C Retel, PGD Feulner
Molecular ecology resources 21 (3), 653-660, 2021
132021
Beyond the powerhouse: integrating mitonuclear evolution, physiology, and theory in comparative biology
JC Havird, RJ Weaver, L Milani, F Ghiselli, R Greenway, AJ Ramsey, ...
Integrative and comparative biology 59 (4), 856-863, 2019
122019
Genome‐scale data reveal that endemic Poecilia populations from small sulphidic springs display no evidence of inbreeding
AP Brown, R Greenway, S Morgan, CR Quackenbush, L Giordani, ...
Molecular ecology 26 (19), 4920-4934, 2017
102017
On the evolution of trophic position
M Moosmann, M Cuenca‐Cambronero, S De Lisle, R Greenway, ...
Ecology letters 24 (12), 2549-2562, 2021
82021
Correlated divergence of female and male genitalia in replicated lineages with ongoing ecological speciation
R Greenway, R McNemee, A Okamoto, M Plath, L Arias‐Rodriguez, ...
Evolution 73 (6), 1200-1212, 2019
52019
Convergent adaptation and ecological speciation result from unique genomic mechanisms in sympatric extremophile fishes
R Greenway, AP Brown, H Camarillo, C Delich, KL McGowan, J Nelson, ...
bioRxiv, 2021
22021
An integrative paleolimnological approach for studying evolutionary processes
M Cuenca-Cambronero, CJ Courtney-Mustaphi, R Greenway, O Heiri, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution, 2022
12022
Ecology drives the degree of convergence in the gene expression of extremophile fishes
M Tobler, R Greenway, JL Kelley
bioRxiv, 2021
12021
From genomes to genitalia: ecological speciation in sulfide spring fishes
R Greenway
Kansas State University, 2019
12019
Fishes recorded in surveys of streams in Guanacaste Conservation Area (ACG)
M Tobler, R Greenway, Z Culumber
12015
The influence of predator community composition on photoprotective traits of copepods
R Oester, R Greenway, M Moosmann, R Sommaruga, B Tartarotti, ...
Ecology and Evolution 12 (4), e8862, 2022
2022
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