Alycia Lackey
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On the role of male competition in speciation: a review and research agenda
RM Tinghitella, ACR Lackey, M Martin, PD Dijkstra, JP Drury, R Heathcote, ...
Behavioral Ecology 29 (4), 783-797, 2018
Evolution of reproductive isolation in stickleback fish
ACR Lackey, JW Boughman
Evolution 71 (2), 357-372, 2017
Divergent sexual selection via male competition: ecology is key
ACR Lackey, JW Boughman
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26 (8), 1611-1624, 2013
Sequential mate choice and sexual isolation in threespine stickleback species
GM Kozak, ML Head, ACR Lackey, JW Boughman
Journal of evolutionary biology 26 (1), 130-140, 2013
Ecological selection and hybrid fitness: hybrids succeed on parental resources
KS Pfennig, AJ Chunco, ACR Lackey
Evolutionary Ecology Research 9 (2), 341-354, 2007
Loss of sexual isolation in a hybridizing stickleback species pair
ACR Lackey, JW Boughman
Current Zoology 59 (5), 591-603, 2013
Female discrimination against heterospecific mates does not depend on mating habitat
ACR Lackey, JW Boughman
Behavioral Ecology 25 (5), 1256-1267, 2014
Male competition and speciation: expanding our framework for speciation by sexual selection
ACR Lackey, MD Martin, RM Tinghitella
Current zoology 64 (1), 69-73, 2018
Lifetime fitness, sex-specific life history, and the maintenance of a polyphenism
ACR Lackey, MP Moore, J Doyle, N Gerlanc, A Hagan, M Geile, C Eden, ...
The American Naturalist 194 (2), 230-245, 2019
The ecological stage changes benefits of mate choice and drives preference divergence
RM Tinghitella, ACR Lackey, C Durso, JAH Koop, JW Boughman
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 375 (1806), 20190546, 2020
A major player need not be the only player in speciation: a response to comments on Tinghitella et al.
RM Tinghitella, ACR Lackey, MD Martin, PD Dijkstra, JP Drury, ...
Behavioral Ecology 29 (4), 802-803, 2018
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