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33. Domínguez-Castanedo, O., Thompson, A. W., Meredith, R. W., & Furness, A. I. (2024). An independent origin of an annual life cycle in a North American killifish species. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, blae029.     pdf   supplemental materials 

32. Safian, D., Ahmed, M., van Kruistum, H., Furness, A. I., Reznick, D. N., Wiegertjes, G. F., & Pollux, B. J. (2023). Repeated independent origins of the placenta reveal convergent and divergent organ evolution within a single fish family (Poeciliidae). Science Advances, 9(34), eadf3915.     pdf   supplemental materials

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