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
Are pheromones key to unlocking cryptic lizard diversity?
SM Zozaya, M Higgie, C Moritz, CJ Hoskin
The American Naturalist 194 (2), 168-182, 2019
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
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
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
Minimum calling altitudes of Cophixalus frogs on Thornton Peak, northeastern Queensland
CJ Hoskin, M Higgie
Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 51, 572, 2005
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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