Spencer J. Ingley
Spencer J. Ingley
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Technical and conceptual considerations for using animated stimuli in studies of animal behavior
L Chouinard-Thuly, S Gierszewski, GG Rosenthal, SM Reader, G Rieucau, ...
Current zoology 63 (1), 5-19, 2017
722017
Morphological divergence driven by predation environment within and between species of Brachyrhaphis fishes
SJ Ingley, EJ Billman, MC Belk, JB Johnson
PloS one 9 (2), e90274, 2014
492014
Animal personality as a driver of reproductive isolation
SJ Ingley, JB Johnson
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 29 (7), 369-371, 2014
442014
Size doesn't matter, sex does: a test for boldness in sister species of Brachyrhaphis fishes
SJ Ingley, J Rehm, JB Johnson
Ecology and Evolution 4 (22), 4361-4369, 2014
332014
anyFish: an open-source software to generate animated fish models for behavioural studies
T Veen, SJ Ingley, R Cui, J Simpson, MR Asl, J Zhang, T Butkowski, W Li, ...
Evolutionary Ecology Research 15 (3), 361-375, 2013
292013
Life on the fly: phylogenetics and evolution of the helicopter damselflies (Odonata, Pseudostigmatidae)
SJ Ingley, SM Bybee, KJ Tennessen, MF Whiting, MA Branham
Zoologica Scripta 41 (6), 637-650, 2012
292012
Divergent natural selection promotes immigrant inviability at early and late stages of evolutionary divergence
SJ Ingley, JB Johnson
Evolution 70 (3), 600-616, 2016
252016
anyFish 2.0: an open-source software platform to generate and share animated fish models to study behavior
SJ Ingley, MR Asl, C Wu, R Cui, M Gadelhak, W Li, J Zhang, J Simpson, ...
SoftwareX 3, 13-21, 2015
222015
Repeated evolution of local adaptation in swimming performance: population-level trade-offs between burst and endurance swimming in Brachyrhaphis freshwater fish
SJ Ingley, H Camarillo, H Willis, JB Johnson
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 119 (4), 1011-1026, 2016
202016
Phylogenetic analyses provide insights into the historical biogeography and evolution of Brachyrhaphis fishes
SJ Ingley, RG Reina, E Bermingham, JB Johnson
Molecular phylogenetics and evolution 89, 104-114, 2015
202015
Thermal effects on survival and reproductive performance vary according to personality type
CT Goulet, SJ Ingley, I Scharf, JN Pruitt
Behavioral Ecology, arw084, 2016
182016
Reinventing the leaf: multiple origins of leaf-like wings in katydids (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae)
J Mugleston, M Naegle, H Song, SM Bybee, S Ingley, A Suvorov, ...
Invertebrate Systematics 30 (4), 335-352, 2016
172016
Repeated geographic divergence in behavior: a case study employing phenotypic trajectory analyses
SJ Ingley, EJ Billman, C Hancock, JB Johnson
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68 (10), 1577-1587, 2014
152014
Genetic diversity and thermal performance in invasive and native populations of African fig flies
AA Comeault, J Wang, S Tittes, K Isbell, S Ingley, AH Hurlbert, DR Matute
Molecular biology and evolution 37 (7), 1893-1906, 2020
112020
Habitat complexity dampens selection on prey activity level
CN Keiser, SJ Ingley, BJ Toscano, I Scharf, JN Pruitt
Ethology 124 (1), 25-32, 2018
102018
Selection is stronger in early-versus-late stages of divergence in a Neotropical livebearing fish
SJ Ingley, JB Johnson
Biology letters 12 (3), 20151022, 2016
102016
New Perspectives on the Ecology and Natural History of the Yellow-bellied Sea Snake, Pelamis platurus, in Costa Rica: Does Precipitation Influence Distribution?
MS Harvey B. Lillywhite, Alejandro Solórzano, Coleman M. Sheehy III, S. J ...
10*2010
Do freshwater ecoregions and continental shelf width predict patterns of historical gene flow in the freshwater fish Poecilia butleri?
JJ Zúñiga-Vega, SJ Ingley, PJ Unmack, JB Johnson
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 112 (3), 399-416, 2014
92014
Divergent predation environment between two sister species of livebearing fishes (Cyprinodontiformes: Poeciliidae) predicts boldness, activity, and exploration behavior
DA Money, SJ Ingley, JB Johnson
Revista de biologia tropical 65 (1), 267-277, 2017
52017
Life History Divergence in Livebearing Fishes in Response to Predation: Is There a Microevolution to Macroevolution Barrier?
MC Belk, SJ Ingley, JB Johnson
Diversity 12 (5), 179, 2020
42020
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