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Delaney, E.K. and H.E. Hoekstra. Diet-based assortative mating through sexual imprinting. Ecology & Evolution. In Press.

Wexler, J.R., Delaney, E.K., Belles, X., Schal, C., Wada-Katsumata, A., Amicucci, M., and A. Kopp. 2019. Hemimetabolous insects elucidate the origin of sexual development via alternative splicing. eLife 8: e47490.

Delaney, E.K. and H.E. Hoekstra. 2018. Sexual imprinting and speciation in two Peromyscus species. Evolution 72 (2) :274–287.

Allen, S.L., E.K. Delaney, A. Kopp and S.F. Chenoweth. Single-molecule sequencing of the Drosophila serrata genome. 2017. G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 7 (3): 781-788.

Yassin, A* & Delaney, E.K.*, Reddiex, A.J., Seher, T.D., Bastide, H., Appleton, N.C., Lack, J.B., David, J.R., Chenoweth, S.F., Pool, J.E. and A. Kopp. 2016. The pdm3 locus is a hotspot for recurrent evolution of female-limited color dimorphism in Drosophila. Current Biology 26 (18): 2412-2422. *equal author contributions

Kowalko, J.E., Rohner, N., Rompani, S.B., Peterson, B.K., Linden, T.A., Yoshizawa, M, Kay, E.H., Weber, J, Hoekstra, H.E., Jeffery, W.R., Borowsky, R., and C.J. Tabin. 2013. Loss of schooling behavior in cavefish through sight-dependent and sight-independent mechanisms. Current Biology 23 (19): 1874-1883.

Peterson, B.K., Weber, J.N., Kay, E.H., Fisher, H.S., and H.E. Hoekstra. 2012. Double digest RADseq: an inexpensive method for de novo SNP discovery and genotyping in model and non-model species. PLoS ONE 7 (5): e37135.

Hull, J.M., Mindell, D.P., Talbot, S.L., Kay, E.H., Hoekstra, H.E., and H.B. Ernest 2010. Population structure and plumage polymorphism: the intraspecific evolutionary relationships of a polymorphic raptor, Buteo jamaicensis harlani. BMC Evolutionary Biology 10 (1): 224.

Kay, E.H. and H.E. Hoekstra. Rodents. Current Biology 18 (10): R406-410.

Coyne, J.A., Kay, E.H., and S. Pruett-Jones. 2008. The genetic basis of sexual dimorphism in birds. Evolution 62 (1): 214-219.

Kay, E.H., Lonsdorf, E.V., and S. Pruett-Jones. 2007. Null models for population variation in morph frequencies in polymorphic damselflies. Animal Behaviour 74 (2): e1-e8.