Dr. Jessica Hilary Arbour
Dr. Jessica Hilary Arbour
Verified email at mtsu.edu - Homepage
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Testing for ancient adaptive radiations in Neotropical cichlid fishes
H López‐Fernández, JH Arbour, KO Winemiller, RL Honeycutt
Evolution 67 (5), 1321-1337, 2013
1222013
Testing of the effect of missing data estimation and distribution in morphometric multivariate data analyses
CM Brown, JH Arbour, DA Jackson
Systematic biology 61 (6), 941-954, 2012
522012
Incomplete specimens in geometric morphometric analyses
JH Arbour, CM Brown
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5 (1), 16-26, 2014
502014
Ecological variation in South American geophagine cichlids arose during an early burst of adaptive morphological and functional evolution
JH Arbour, H López-Fernández
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1763), 20130849, 2013
412013
Morphometric and genetic analyses of two sympatric morphs of Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) in the Canadian High Arctic
JH Arbour, DC Hardie, JA Hutchings
Canadian Journal of Zoology 89 (1), 19-30, 2010
392010
Morphology and efficiency of a specialized foraging behavior, sediment sifting, in neotropical cichlid fishes
H López-Fernández, J Arbour, S Willis, C Watkins, RL Honeycutt, ...
PloS one 9 (3), e89832, 2014
322014
Adaptive landscape and functional diversity of Neotropical cichlids: implications for the ecology and evolution of Cichlinae (Cichlidae; Cichliformes)
JH Arbour, H López‐Fernández
Journal of evolutionary biology 27 (11), 2431-2442, 2014
302014
Selection towards different adaptive optima drove the early diversification of locomotor phenotypes in the radiation of Neotropical geophagine cichlids
V Astudillo-Clavijo, JH Arbour, H López-Fernández
BMC evolutionary biology 15 (1), 77, 2015
262015
Continental cichlid radiations: functional diversity reveals the role of changing ecological opportunity in the Neotropics
JH Arbour, H López-Fernández
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1836), 20160556, 2016
172016
A major shift in diversification rate helps explain macroevolutionary patterns in primate species diversity
JH Arbour, SE Santana
Evolution 71 (6), 1600-1613, 2017
152017
Signatures of echolocation and dietary ecology in the adaptive evolution of skull shape in bats
JH Arbour, AA Curtis, SE Santana
Nature communications 10 (1), 2036, 2019
112019
Guianacara dacrya, a new species from the rio Branco and Essequibo River drainages of the Guiana Shield (Perciformes: Cichlidae)
JH Arbour, H López-Fernández
Neotropical Ichthyology 9 (1), 87-96, 2011
72011
Tongue-driven sonar beam steering by a lingual-echolocating fruit bat
WJ Lee, B Falk, C Chiu, A Krishnan, JH Arbour, CF Moss
PLoS biology 15 (12), e2003148, 2017
52017
Intrinsic Constraints on the Diversification of Neotropical Cichlid Adductor Mandibulae Size
J Arbour, H López‐Fernández
The Anatomical Record 301 (2), 216-226, 2018
42018
Aspects of the ecology and life history of Alligatorfish Aspidophoroides monopterygius
JH Arbour, P Avendaño, JA Hutchings
Environmental biology of fishes 87 (4), 353-362, 2010
42010
Macroevolutionary analyses indicate that repeated adaptive shifts towards predatory diets affect functional diversity in Neotropical cichlids
JH Arbour, CG Montaña, KO Winemiller, AA Pease, M Soria-Barreto, ...
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 129 (4), 844-861, 2020
32020
3D Digitization in Functional Morphology: Where is the Point of Diminishing Returns?
SE Santana, JH Arbour, AA Curtis, KE Stanchak
Integrative and comparative biology, 2019
32019
A New Species of Bujurquina (Teleostei: Cichlidae) from the Río Danta, Ecuador, with a Key to the Species in the Genus
JH Arbour, REB Salazar, H López-Fernández
Copeia 2014 (1), 79-86, 2014
22014
Anatomical diversification of a skeletal novelty in bat feet
KE Stanchak, JH Arbour, SE Santana
Evolution, 2019
12019
Mind the gap: natural cleft palates reduce biting performance in bats
SS Abigail Curtis, Jessica Arbour
Journal of Experimental Biology 223, jeb196535, 2020
2020
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20