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Extremophile Fishes –

Ecology, Evolution, and Physiology of Teleosts in Extreme Environments

Heidelberg, New York: Springer Verlag










News


August 2018

Thermal regime drives a latitudinal gradient in morphology
and life history in a livebearing fish
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 125(1): 126-141


July 2018

Natural and sexual selection drive multivariate phenotypic divergence
along climatic gradients in an invasive fish
Scientific Reports 8: 11164


June 2018

Congratulations to Rich Beason, who won the prize for best student presentation 
at the Ecoacoustics Congress in Brisbane, Australia. You can
read his blog post about the conference over at the Functional Ecologists

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Evolution in caves: selection from darkness causes spinal deformities
in teleost fishes
Biology Letters 14(6): 20180197


May 2018

Female choice undermines the emergence of strong sexual isolation
between locally adapted populations of Atlantic mollies (Poecilia mexicana)
Genes 9(5): 232


April 2018

AURITA: an affordable, autonomous recording device for simultaneous
bioacoustic monitoring of audible and ultrasonic frequencies
Bioacoustics in press

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Guest Editorial: Ecology and evolution along environmental gradients
Current Zoology 64(2): 193–196

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Cover Article: Extreme environments and the origins of biodiversity:
adaptation and speciation in sulfide spring fishes
Molecular Ecology 27(4): 843–859



December 2017

Cover Article: Long-term balancing selection on chromosomal variants 
associated with crypsis in stick insects
Molecular Ecology 26(22): 6189–6205



October 2017

Congratulations to Rich Beason, who was just introduced as a new blogger
at Functional Ecologist, the official blog of Functional Ecology

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Evolution – Angepasst an eine tödliche Umwelt
 Spektrum der Wissenschaft 11.17: 36–41


July/August 2017

Highly successful field trip with Francesco Santi across Italy, France and Spain to conduct work on invasive mosquitofish is in the books

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Predation risk and abiotic habitat parameters affect personality traits
in extremophile populations of a neotropical fish (Poecilia vivipara)
Ecology and Evolution 7(16): 6570–6581