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Recent Publications

Turnell, B. R. and Shaw, K. L. 2015.  High opportunity for postcopulatory sexual selection under field conditions. Evolution 69: 2094–2104. PDF

Rominger, A., Roesch Goodman, K.,  Lim, JY, Armstrong, E., Becking, L., Bennett, G., Brewer, M., Cotoras, D., Ewing, C., Harte, J., Martinez, N., O'Grady, P., Percy, D., Price, D., Roderick, G., Shaw, K.L., Valdovinos, F., Gruner, D., Gillespie, R.  2015.  Community assembly on isolated islands: Macroecology meets evolution. Global Ecology and Biogeography.  DOI: 10.1111/geb.12341 PDF

Shaw, K. L.  and Mullen, S. P.  2014.  Speciation continuum.  Journal of Heredity 105 (S1): 741-742. PDF

Shaw, K. L. and Lambert, J. L.  2014.  Dissecting speciation phenotypes.  Bioessays 36: 1050–1053. PDF
               
Mullen, S. P. and Shaw, K. L.  2014.  Insect speciation rules:  unifying concepts in speciation research.  Annual Review of Entomology, 59:339-61. PDF

Oh, K. P. and Shaw, K. L.  2013.  Multivariate sexual selection in a rapidly evolving speciation phenotype.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 280: 20130482. PDF

Ellison, C. K. and Shaw, K. L. 2013.  Additive genetic architecture underlying a rapidly evolving sexual signaling phenotype in the Hawaiian cricket genus Laupala. Behavior Genetics 43: 445-454. PDF

Mendelson, T. C. and Shaw, K. L.  2013.  Further misconceptions about species recognition: a reply to to Padian & Horner.   Trends in Ecology and Evolution 28:252-3. PDF

Fergus, D. J. and Shaw, K. L.  2013.  Circadian rhythms and period expression in the Hawaiian cricket genus Laupala. Behavior Genetics, 43: 241-53.PDF

Oh, K. P., Conte, G. and Shaw, K. L.  2013. Founder effects and the evolution of asymmetrical sexual isolation in a rapidly-speciating clade.  Current Zoology, 59: 230-238. PDF

Shaw, K. L. and Mendelson, T. C. 2013. The targets of selection during reinforcement. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26: 286–287. PDF

deCarvalho, T. N., Fergus, D. J., Bell, R. and K. L. Shaw, K. L. 2012. Rhythmic male reproductive behavior controls timing of courtship and mating in Laupala cerasina. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 66: 1333-1340. PDF

Mendelson, T. C. and Shaw, K. L. 2012. The (mis)concept of species recognition. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 27: 421-427. PDF

Oh, K. P., Fergus, D. J., Grace, J. L. and Shaw, K. L. 2012. Interspecific genetics of speciation phenotypes: song and preference coevolution in Hawaiian crickets. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25: 1500-1512. PDF

Shaw, K. L. (2012). Species and speciation: overview. Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. In press. John Wiley and Sons, Ltd.

Fedorka, K. M., Winterhalter, W. E., Shaw, K. L., Brogan, W. E., and Mousseau, T. A. 2012. The role of gene flow asymmetry along an environmental gradient in constraining local adaptation and range expansion in the ground cricket Allonemobius socius. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25: 1676-1685. PDF

Grace, J. L. and Shaw, K. L. (2012). Incipient sexual isolation in Laupala: females discriminate acoustically differentiated populations. Current Zoology 58: 416−425. PDF

Wiley, C., Ellison, C. K. and Shaw, K. L. (2012). Widespread genetic linkage of mating signals and preferences in the Hawaiian cricket Laupala. Proc. R. Soc. London B 279:1203-1209.PDF

Singh, N. D. and Shaw, K. L. (2012). On the scent of pleiotropy. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 109: 5-6. PDF

Shaw, K. L., Ellison, C. K., Oh, K. P. and Wiley, C. (2011). Pleiotropy and the evolution of “sexy” traits. Behav. Ecol. 22:1154–1155. PDF

Shaw, K. L. and Mullen, S. P. (2011). Genes versus phenotypes in the study of speciation. Genetica 139: 649-661. PDF

Ellison, C. K., Wiley, C. and Shaw, K. L.( 2011). The genetics of speciation: genes of small effect underlie sexual isolation. J. Evol. Biol. 24:1110-1119. PDF
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Grace, J. L. and Shaw, K. L. 2011. Coevolution of male signal and female preference during early lineage divergence of the Hawaiian cricket, Laupala cerasina. Evolution 65: 2184-2196.PDF

Fergus, D. J.. deCarvalho, T. N. and Shaw, K. L. (2011). Genetically regulated temporal variation of novel courtship elements in the Hawaiian cricket genus Laupala. Behavior Genetics 41: 607-614.PDF

Ellison, C. K. and Shaw, K. L.( 2010). Mining non-model genomic libraries for microsatellites: BAC versus EST libraries and the generation of allelic richness. BMC Genomics 11: 428-438.PDF

deCarvalho, T. N. and Shaw, K. L. (2010).  Divergence of courtship and mating behaviors among endemic Hawaiian swordtail crickets. Behavior.
In press.

Shaw, K. L. and Wiley, C.  (2010). The genetic basis of behavior.  In: Fox and Westneat (eds.),  Evolutionary Behavioral Ecology.  Oxford University
Press, Oxford.
 
deCarvalho, T. N. and Shaw, K. L. (2010).  Nuptial gifts enhance sperm transfer in the Hawaiian swordtail cricket, Laupala cerasina. Animal Behavior
 79: 819-826. http://news.sciencemag.org/sciencenow/2010/04/scienceshot-the-way-to-a-cricket.html

Shaw, K. L., and Lesnick, S. C. (2009). Genomic linkage of male song and female acoustic preference QTL underlying a rapid species radiation.  Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci USA 106: 9737-9742. PDF

Shaw, K. L.  (2008).  In the light of evolution.  Review of Evolution, by N. H. Barton, Derek E. G. Briggs, Jonathan A. Eisen, David B. Goldstein and Nipam H. Patel.  Bioscience 58: 988-989.

Shaw, K. L. and Wagner, K.  (2008). Cricketsim: A genetic and evolutionary computer simulation. J. Artificial Societies and Social Simulation 11(1): 3 http://jasss.soc.surrey.ac.uk/11/1/3.html.

Cummings, M. P., Neel, M. C. and Shaw, K. L. (2008). Genealogical sorting index: a statistic to quantify common ancestry of labeled individuals on a phylogenetic tree. Evolution 62: 2411-2422. PDF

Mullen, S. P., Millar, J., Schal, C. and Shaw, K. L. (2008). Identification and characterization of cuticular hydrocarbons from a rapid species radiation of Hawaiian swordtailed crickets (Gryllidae: Trigonidiinae: Laupala). J. Chem. Ecol.  34: 198-204. PDF

Danley, P. D., Fergus, D. J., de Carvalho, T., and Shaw, K. L. (2007). Reproductive asynchrony and the divergence of Hawaiian crickets. Ethology, 113:1125-1132. PDF

Shaw, K. L., Parsons, Y. M. and Lesnick, S. (2007). A QTL analysis of a rapid speciation phenotype in the Hawaiian cricket Laupala.
Molecular Ecology 16: 2879–2892. PDF

Danley, P. D., Mullen, S. P., Lui, F., Quackenbush, J. and Shaw, K. L. (2007). A cricket gene index: A genomic resource for studying neurobiology, speciation and molecular evolution. BMC Genomics 8:109-125. PDF

Mullen, S. P., Mendelson, T. C., Schal, C. and Shaw, K. L. (2007). Rapid evolution of cuticular hydrocarbons in a species radiation of acoustically diverse Hawaiian crickets (Gryllidae: Trigonidiinae: Laupala). Evolution 61: 223-231. PDF

Mendelson, T. C. and Shaw, K. L. (2006). Close-range acoustic signaling on mate choice in Hawaiian crickets (Gryllidae: Laupala). Behav. Ecol. Soc. 59: 770–776. PDF

Jost, M. C. and Shaw, K. L. (2006). Phylogeny of the Ensifera (Hexapoda: Orthoptera) using 3 ribosomal loci, with implications for the evolution of acoustic communication. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 38: 510-530. PDF

Mendelson, T. C. and Shaw, K. L. (2005). Sexual Behavior: rapid speciation in an arthropod. Nature 433: 375-376. PDF

deCarvalho, T. N. and Shaw, K. L.  (2005).  Nuptial feeding of spermless spermatophores in the Hawaiian swordtail cricket, Laupala pacifica (Gryllidae: Triginodiinae). Naturwissenshaften 92: 483-487. PDF

Shaw, K. L., T. C. Mendelson, T. C. and G. Borgia.  (2005).  Evolution by sexual selection. In: Evolutionary Science and Society: Educating a New Generation.  (Cracraft, J. and R. Bybee, eds.) Biological Sciences Curriculum Study, Colorado Springs, CO.

Danley, P. D. and Shaw, K. L.  (2005).  Differential developmental programs between two closely related Hawaiian crickets.  Annals of the Entomological Society of America 98: 219-226. PDF

Mendelson, T. C. and Shaw, K. L.  (2005).  Use of AFLP markers in surveys of arthropod diversity.  Pp. 161-177.   In Molecular Evolution:  Producing the Biochemical Data, B, Zimmer, E. A. and Roalson, E.  (eds.). PDF

Mendelson, T. C., Siegel, A. M. and Shaw, K. L. (2004). Testing geographical pathways of speciation in a recent island radiation. Molecular Ecology 13: 3787 –3796. PDF

Grace, J. L. and Shaw, K. L. (2004). Effects of developmental environment on signal preference coupling in a Hawaiian cricket. Evolution 58: 1627-1633. PDF

Shaw, K. L. and Khine, A. (2004). Courtship behavior in the Hawaiian cricket Laupala cerasina: males provide spermless spermatophores as nuptial gifts. Ethology 110: 81-96. PDF

Shaw, K. L. and Danley, P. D.  (2003).  Behavioral genomics and the study of speciation at a porous species boundary. Zoology 104: 261-274. PDF

Otte, D., DeCarvalho, T. and Shaw, K. L.  (2003).  Two new introduced species of Trigonidiinae recorded from Maui and Hawaii (Grylloidea, Gryllidae, Trigonidiinae).  Bishop Museum Occassional Papers 73: 47-53.

Mendelson, T. C. and Shaw, K. L.  (2002).  Genetic and behavioral components of the cryptic species boundary between Laupala cerasina and L. kohalensis (Orthoptera: Gyllidae). Genetica 116: 301-310. PDF

Shaw, K.L. and Parsons, Y.M.  (2002).  Divergence of mate recognition behavior and its consequences for genetic architectures of speciation.  The American Naturalist, 159: S61-S75. PDF

Shaw, K. L. (2002). Conflict between mitochondrial and nuclear DNA phylogenies of a recent species radiation: what mitochondrial DNA reveals and conceals about modes of speciation in Hawaiian crickets. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 99: 16122-16127. PDF

Parsons, Y. M. and Shaw, K. L. (2002). Mapping unexplored genomes: a genetic linkage map of the Hawaiian cricket, Laupala. Genetics 162:1275-1282. PDF

Shaw, K.L. (2001). The genealogical view of speciation. Commentary on C-I. Wu, The genic view of the process of speciation. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 14: 880-882. PDF

Shaw, K. L. and Lugo, E. (2001). Mating asymmetry and mate recognition evolution in the Hawaiian cricket genus Laupala. Molecular Ecology 10:751-759. PDF

Parsons, Y.M. and Shaw, K.L.  (2001).  Species boundaries and genetic diversity among Hawaiian crickets of the genus Laupala identified using Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism.  Molecular Ecology  10:1765-1772.

Shaw, K. L. (2000). Interspecific genetics of mate recognition: Inheritance of female acoustic preference in Hawaiian crickets. Evolution 54:1303-1312. PDF

Shaw, K. L.   (2000).  Further acoustic diversity in Hawaiian forests:  Two new species of Hawaiian cricket (Orthoptera: Gryllidae: Laupala). The Zoological Journal of the Linnaean Society  129: 73-91. PDF

Shaw, K. L. and Herlihy, D. (2000). Acoustic preference functions and song variability in the Hawaiian cricket Laupala cerasina. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 267: 577-584. PDF

Petrov, D. A., T. A. Sangster, J. S. Johnston, D. L. Hartl, and K. L. Shaw. (2000). Evidence for DNA loss as a determinant of genome size. Science 287:1060-1062. PDF

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