Alexander, H.J., J. Taylor, S. Wu, and
F. Breden. 2006. Parallel evolution and vicariance in the
guppy (Poecilia reticulata) over multiple spatial and temporal
scales. Evolution 60:2352-2369. (PDF)
Lindholm, A.K., F. Breden, H.J.
Alexander, W-K. Chan, S.G. Thakurta, and R. Brooks.
2005. Invasion success and genetic diversity of introduced
populations of guppies Poecilia reticulata in Australia.
Molecular Ecology 14: 3671-3682 (PDF)
Alexander, H.J. and
F. Breden. 2004. Divergent sexual selection leads to incipient
speciation in the Cumaná guppy. Journal of Evolutionary
Biology 17: 1238-1254. (PDF)
Brook (Alexander), H.J.,
T.A. Rawlings and R.W. Davies. 1994. Protogyny in the Intertidal
Isopod, Gnorimosphaeroma oregonense. Biological Bulletin
187: 99-111 (PDF)
Alexander, H.J., S. Wu, and F. Breden.
2009. Differentiation in male secondary sexual characters
maintained in the Cumaná guppy despite mtDNA and
nuclear introgression. In prep. (PDF)
Presentations & Talks:
H.J. Alexander, 2006. The Cumaná
guppy: multiple lineages or introgression? Society for the
Study of Evolution meetings. Stony Brook, NY. (Talk)
H.J. Alexander, 2004.
Evolutionary history of Poecilia reticulata. Society
for the Study of Evolution meetings. Colorado State University,
Fort Collins, CO. (Poster)
H.J. Alexander, 2003.
Pre-mating isolation between morphologically diverged guppy
populations. Society for the Study of Evolution meetings.
California State University, Chico, CA (Talk)
H.J. Alexander, 2002.
Population divergence and reproductive isolation between
Poecilia reticulata (the guppy) and “Endler’s
Livebearer”. Society for the Study of Evolution meetings.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL.
American Society of Naturalists meetings, Banff, Alberta
– July 2002 (Talk)
H.J. Alexander, and
F. Breden, 2002. Population divergence and reproductive
isolation between Poecilia reticulata (the guppy)
and “Endler’s Livebearer”. Pacific Ecology
and Evolution Retreat, Brackendale, BC. (Poster)
H.J. Alexander. 1999.
Pre-existing bias; a model for sexual selection? Simon Fraser
H.J. Brook and R.W.
Davies. 1993. Implications of Sex Change for the Population
Ecology of Gnorimosphaeroma luteum. American Zoologist
33(5): 299 (Abstract). American Society of Zoologists Annual
Meeting, Los Angeles, CA. - December 1993 (Talk)
H.J. Brook, T.A. Rawlings
and R.W. Davies. Protogyny in the Intertidal Isopod Gnorimosphaeroma
oregonense and G. luteum. Pacific Ecology
Conference, Bamfield Marine Station, Bamfield, B.C. - March
H.J. Brook (Alexander),
T.A. Rawlings and R.W. Davies. Protogyny in the Intertidal
Isopod Gnorimosphaeroma oregonense. Western Society
of Naturalists, Newport, OR. - January 1993. (received honourable
mention for Best Student Paper Award) American Society of
Zoologists, Vancouver, B.C. - December 1992 (Talk)
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