Megan Higgie
Megan Higgie
Lecturer in Evolutionary Biology at James Cook University
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Reinforcement drives rapid allopatric speciation
CJ Hoskin, M Higgie, KR McDonald, C Moritz
Nature 437, 1353-1356, 2005
Natural selection and the reinforcement of mate recognition
M Higgie, S Chenoweth, MW Blows
Science 290, 519-521, 2000
Speciation via species interactions: the divergence of mating traits within species
CJ Hoskin, M Higgie
Ecology letters 13, 409-420, 2010
Positive genetic correlation between female preference and offspring fitness
E Hine, S Lachish, M Higgie, MW Blows
Proceedings of the Royal Society. Series B: Biological Sciences 269, 2215-2219, 2002
The depletion of genetic variance by sexual selection
A Van Homrigh, M Higgie, K McGuigan, MW Blows
Current Biology 17, 528-532, 2007
The evolution of reproductive character displacement conflicts with how sexual selection operates within a species
M Higgie, MW Blows
Evolution 62, 1192-1203, 2008
Are traits that experience reinforcement also under sexual selection?
M Higgie, MW Blows
American Naturalist 170, 409-420, 2007
Genetic constraints on the evolution of mate recognition under natural selection
MW Blows, M Higgie
The American Naturalist 161, 240-253, 2003
Gender differences in conference presentations: a consequence of self-selection?
TM Jones, KV Fanson, R Lanfear, MRE Symonds, M Higgie
PeerJ 2, e627, 2014
Persistence in peripheral refugia promotes phenotypic divergence and speciation in a rainforest frog
CJ Hoskin, M Tonione, M Higgie, JB MacKenzie, SE Williams, ...
The American Naturalist 178, 561-578, 2011
Testing for local adaptation and evolutionary potential along altitudinal gradients in rainforest Drosophila: beyond laboratory estimates
EK O'Brien, M Higgie, A Reynolds, AA Hoffmann, JR Bridle
Global Change Biology 23 (5), 1847-1860, 2017
Evolutionary experiments on mate recognition in the Drosophila serrata species complex
MW Blows, M Higgie
Genetica 116, 239-250, 2002
High-dimensional variance partitioning reveals the modular genetic basis of adaptive divergence in gene expression during reproductive character displacement
EA McGraw, YH Ye, B Foley, SF Chenoweth, M Higgie, E Hine, MW Blows
Evolution 65, 3126–3137, 2011
A new species of velvet gecko (Diplodactylidae: Oedura) from north-east Queensland, Australia
CJ Hoskin, M Higgie
Zootaxa 1788, 21-36, 2008
Are pheromones key to unlocking cryptic lizard diversity?
SM Zozaya, M Higgie, C Moritz, CJ Hoskin
The American Naturalist 194 (2), 168-182, 2019
Chemoreception and mating behaviour of a tropical Australian skink
ML Scott, J Llewelyn, M Higgie, CJ Hoskin, K Pike, BL Phillips
acta ethologica 18 (3), 283-293, 2015
Hybridization: its varied forms and consequences
CJ Hoskin, M Higgie
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26 (2), 276-278, 2013
Minimum calling altitudes of Cophixalus frogs on Thornton Peak, northeastern Queensland
CJ Hoskin, M Higgie
Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 51, 572, 2005
Molecular analyses reveal consistent food web structure with elevation in rainforest Drosophila – parasitoid communities
CT Jeffs, JCD Terry, M Higgie, A Jandová, H Konvičková, JJ Brown, ...
Ecography, 2020
Fitness effects of competition within and between species change across species’ ranges, and reveal limited local adaptation in rainforest Drosophila
EK O’Brien, M Higgie, CT Jeffs, AA Hoffmann, J Hrček, OT Lewis, ...
bioRxiv, 395624, 2020
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