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Meier, J.I., D.A. Marques, S. Mwaiko, C.E. Wagner, L. Excoffier, O. Seehausen. 2017. Ancient hybridization fuels cichlid fish adaptive radiations. Nature Communications, in press. Link. *Recommended by Faculty of 1000
Weber, M.G., C.E. Wagner, R.G. Best, L.J. Harmon, B. Matthews. 2017. Evolution in a community context: On integrating ecological interactions and macroevolution. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, in press. Link.
Meier, J.I., V.C. Sousa, D.A. Marques, O.M. Selz, C.E. Wagner, L. Excoffier, O. Seehausen. 2017. Demographic modeling with whole genome data reveals parallel origin of similar Pundamilia cichlid species after hybridization. Molecular Ecology, 26: 123-141. Link.
Marques, D.A., K. Lucek, M.P. Haesler, A.F. Feller, J.I. Meier, C.E. Wagner, L. Excoffier, O. Seehausen. 2017. Genomic landscape of early ecological speciation initiated by selection on nuptial color. Molecular Ecology, 26: 7-24. Link.
Marques, D.A., K. Lucek, J.I. Meier, S. Mwaiko, C.E. Wagner, L. Excoffier, O. Seehausen. 2016. Genomics of Rapid Incipient Speciation in Sympatric Threespine Stickleback. PLoS Genetics 12(2): e1005886. Link.
Seehausen, O., and C.E. Wagner. 2014. Speciation in Freshwater Fishes. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics. 45: 621-651. Link.
Brawand, D.*, C.E. Wagner*, Y. Li*, et al. 2014. The genomic substrate for adaptive radiation in African cichlid fish. Nature, 513: 375-381. Link. (*these authors contributed equally)
Wagner, C.E., L.J. Harmon, and O. Seehausen. 2014. Cichlid species-area relationships are shaped by adaptive radiations that scale with area. Ecology Letters, 17: 583-592. Link.
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Seehausen, O., R.K. Butlin, I. Keller, C.E. Wagner, et al. 2014. Genomics and the origin of species. Nature Reviews Genetics, 15: 176-192. Link.
Wagner, C.E., I. Keller, S. Wittwer, O.M. Selz, S. Mwaiko, L. Greuter, A. Sivasundar, O. Seehausen. 2013. Genome-wide RAD sequence data provide unprecedented resolution of species boundaries and relationships in the Lake Victoria cichlid adaptive radiation. Molecular Ecology, 22:787-798. Link.
Keller, I., C.E. Wagner, L. Greuter, S. Mwaiko, O.M. Selz, A. Sivasundar, S. Wittwer, O. Seehausen. 2013. Population genomic signatures of divergent adaptation, gene flow, and hybrid speciation in the rapid radiation of Lake Victoria cichlid fishes. Molecular Ecology, 22:2848-2863. Link.
Wagner, C.E., L.J. Harmon, and O. Seehausen. 2012. Ecological opportunity and sexual selection together predict adaptive radiation. Nature, 487:366-369. Link.
Wagner, C.E., A.R. McCune, I.J. Lovette. 2012. Recent speciation between sympatric Tanganyikan cichlid color morphs. Molecular Ecology, 21:3283-3292. Link.
Junker, J., A. Peter, C.E. Wagner, S. Mwaiko, B. Germann, O. Seehausen, I. Keller. 2012. River fragmentation increases localized population genetic structure and enhances asymmetry of dispersal in bullhead (Cottus gobio). Conservation Genetics,13:545-556. Link.
Wagner, C.E. and A.R. McCune. 2009. Contrasting patterns of spatial genetic structure in sympatric rock-dwelling cichlid fishes. Evolution 63:1312-1326. Link.
Wagner, C.E.*, P.B. McIntyre*, K. Smith and E. Michel. 2009. Diet predicts intestine length in Lake Tanganyika’s cichlid fishes. Functional Ecology 23:1122-1131. Link. (*these authors contributed equally)
Capps, K. A., M. A. Davison, Y. A. Kapetanakos, J. M. Moslemi, C.E. Wagner and A. Flecker. 2009. Crossing borders: promoting graduate research in the developing world. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7:333-334.