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31. Furness, A.I. & Capellini, I. (2022) The reproductive ecology drivers of egg attendance in amphibians. Ecology Letters. 25(11): 2500-2512. pdf supplemental materials

30. Dekker, M.L., van Son, M.L., Leon-Kloosterziel, K.M., Hagmayer, A., Furness, A.I., van Leeuwen, J.L., Pollux, B.J.A. (2022) Multiple paternity in superfetatious live-bearing fishes. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 35(7): 948-961. pdf supplemental materials

29. Furness, A.I., Venditti, C., & Capellini, I. (2022) Terrestrial reproduction and parental care drive rapid evolution in the trade-off between offspring size and number across amphibians. PLoS Biology. 20(1): e3001495. pdf

28. Furness, A.I. (2021) Intertidal Beach Foraging by Black Spiny-tailed Iguanas (Ctenosaura similis) and Green Iguanas (Iguana iguana) in Southern Florida. Reptiles & Amphibians. 28(3): 447-452. pdf

27. Furness, A.I. (2021) A Nonnative Black Spiny-tailed Iguana, Ctenosaura similis (Squamata: Iguanidae), Preying on a Native Eastern Gray Squirrel, Sciurus carolinensis (Mammalia: Sciuridae), in Southern Florida. Reptiles & Amphibians. 28(3): 444-446. pdf

26. Furness, A.I. (2021) A cleaning interaction between sailfin mollies (Poecilia latipinna) and humans in Lake Vouliagmeni, Greece. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 104: 881-886. pdf

25. Hagmayer, A., Furness, A.I., & Pollux, B.J.A. (2021) Differences in ontogenetic and diurnal microhabitat selection by sympatric live-bearing fish species with different reproductive modes. Freshwater Biology. 66(9): 1709-1720. pdf supplemental materials

24. Furness, A.I., Hagmayer, A. & Pollux, B.J.A. (2021). Female reproductive mode shapes allometric scaling of male traits in live-bearing fishes (family Poeciliidae). Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 34(7): 1144-1155. pdf supplemental materials

23. Reznick, D.N, Travis, J., Pollux, B.J.A. & Furness, A.I. (2021). Reproductive mode and conflict shape the evolution of male attributes and rate of speciation in the fish family Poeciliidae. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 9: 1-20. pdf

22. Furness, A.I., Avise, J.C., Pollux, B.J.A., Reynoso, Y. & Reznick, D.N. (2021). The evolution of the placenta in poeciliid fishes. Current Biology. 31(9): 2004-2011. pdf supplemental materials

21. Furness, A.I., Hagmayer, A., & Pollux, B.J.A. (2020) Size-dependent male mating tactics and their morphological correlates in Poecilia gillii. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 131(4): 880-897. pdf supplemental materials

20. Hagmayer, A., Furness, A.I., & Pollux, B.J.A. (2020) Parasite infestation influences life history but not boldness behavior in placental live‑bearing fish. Oecologia. 194: 635-648. pdf supplemental materials

19. Dekker, M.L., Hagmayer, A., Leon-Kloosterziel, K.M., Furness, A.I., & Pollux, B.J.A. (2020) High degree of multiple paternity and reproductive skew in the highly fecund live-bearing fish Poecilia gillii (Family Poeciliidae). Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 8(579105): 1-14. pdf supplemental materials

18. Hagmayer, A., Furness, A.I., Reznick, D.N., Dekker, M.L., & Pollux, B.J.A. (2020) Predation risk shapes the degree of placentation in natural populations of live-bearing fish. Ecology Letters. 23(5): 831-840. pdf supplemental materials

17. Furness, A.I. & Capellini, I. (2019) The evolution of parental care diversity in amphibians. Nature Communications. 10(4709): 1-12. pdf supplemental materials

16. Furness, A.I., Pollux, B.J.A., Meredith, R.W., Springer, M.S., & Reznick, D.N. (2019) How conflict shapes evolution in poeciliid fishes. Nature Communications. 10(3335):1-12. pdf supplemental materials

15. Hagmayer, A., Furness, A.I., Reznick, D.N., & Pollux, B.J.A. (2018) Maternal size and body condition predict the amount of post-fertilization maternal provisioning in matrotrophic fish. Ecology and Evolution. 8(24): 12386-12396. pdf supplemental materials

14. Furness, A.I., Reznick, D.N., Tatarenkov, A., & Avise, J.C. (2018) The evolution of diapause in Rivulus (Laimosemion). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 184(3): 773-790. pdf supplemental materials

13. Thompson, A.W., Furness, A.I., Stone, C., Rade, C.M., & Orti, G. (2017) Microanatomical diversification of the zona pelucida in aplochelioid killifishes. Journal of Fish Biology. 91: 126-143. pdf

12. Reznick, D.N., Furness, A.I., Meredith, R.W., & Springer, M.S. (2017). The origin and biogeographic diversification of fishes in the family Poeciliidae. PLoS ONE. 12(3): e0172546. pdf supplemental materials

11. Furness, A.I. & Reznick, D.N. (2017). The evolution of senescence in nature. In: The Evolution of Senescence in the Tree of Life. Eds. Shefferson, R.P., Salguero-Gomez, R. & Jones, O. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K. pdf

10. Furness, A.I., Reznick, D.N., & Avise, J.C. (2016). Ecological, evolutionary, and human-mediated determinants of Poeciliid species richness on Caribbean islands. Journal of Biogeography. 43(7): 1349-1359. pdf supplemental materials

9. Furness, A.I., Tatarenkov, A., & Avise, J.C. (2015). A genetic test for whether pairs of hermaphrodites can cross-fertilize in a selfing killifish. Journal of Heredity. 106(6): 749-752. pdf supplemental materials

8. Furness, A.I., Morrison, K.R., Orr, T.J., Arendt, J.D., & Reznick, D.N. (2015). Reproductive mode and the shifting arenas of evolutionary conflict. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1360: 75-100. pdf

7. Furness, A.I. (2015). The evolution of an annual life cycle in killifish: adaptation to ephemeral aquatic environments through embryonic diapause. Biological Reviews. 91(3): 796-812. pdf

6. Furness, A.I., Lee, K. & Reznick, D.N. (2015). Adaptation in a variable environment: Phenotypic plasticity and bet-hedging during egg diapause and hatching in an annual killifish. Evolution. 69(6): 1461-1475. pdf supplemental materials

5. Furness, A.I., Reznick, D.N., Springer, M.S. & Meredith, R.W. (2015). Convergent evolution of alternative developmental trajectories associated with diapause in African and South American killifish. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 282(1802): 1-9. pdf supplemental materials

4. Furness, A.I. & Reznick, D.N. (2014). The comparative ecology of a killifish (Rivulus hartii) across aquatic communities differing in predation intensity. Evolutionary Ecology Research. 16: 249-265. pdf supplemental materials

3. Furness, A.I., Walsh, M.R. & Reznick, D.N. (2012). Convergence of life-history phenotypes in a Trinidadian killifish (Rivulus hartii). Evolution. 66(4): 1240-54. pdf supplemental materials

2. Strogolova, V., Furness, A., Robb-McGrath, M., Garlich, J. & Stuart, R.A. (2012). Rcf1 and Rcf2, members of the hypoxia-induced gene 1 protein family, are critical components of the mitochondrial cytochrome bc1-cytochrome c oxidase supercomplex. Molecular and Cellular Biology. 32(8):1363-73. pdf

1. Furness, A. I., McDiarmid, R. W., Heyer, W. R. & Zug, G. R. (2010). Oviduct modifications in foam-nesting frogs, with emphasis on the genus Leptodactylus (Amphibia, Leptodactylidae). South American Journal of Herpetology. 5(1): 13-29. pdf