Timothy Thurman
Timothy Thurman
Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Montana
Verified email at mso.umt.edu
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Predator-induced collapse of niche structure and species coexistence
RM Pringle, TR Kartzinel, TM Palmer, TJ Thurman, K Fox-Dobbs, CCY Xu, ...
Nature 570 (7759), 58-64, 2019
The genetic consequences of selection in natural populations
TJ Thurman, RDH Barrett
Molecular Ecology 25 (7), 1429-1448, 2016
A bird's eye view of two mimetic tropical butterflies: coloration matches predator's sensitivity
TJ Thurman, BM Seymoure
Journal of Zoology 298 (3), 159-168, 2016
Facultative pupal mating in Heliconius erato: Implications for mate choice, female preference, and speciation
TJ Thurman, E Brodie, E Evans, WO McMillan
Ecology and evolution 8 (3), 1882-1889, 2018
Movement of a Heliconius hybrid zone over 30 years: A Bayesian approach
TJ Thurman, A Szejner‐Sigal, WO McMillan
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 32 (9), 974-983, 2019
The Epigenetic Signature of Colonizing New Environments in Anolis Lizards
J Hu, AM Askary, TJ Thurman, DA Spiller, TM Palmer, RM Pringle, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 36 (10), 2165-2170, 2019
Visual mate preference evolution during butterfly speciation is linked to neural processing genes
M Rossi, AE Hausmann, TJ Thurman, SH Montgomery, R Papa, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-10, 2020
Ectoparasite extinction in simplified lizard assemblages during experimental island invasion
CL Cox, S Alexander, B Casement, AK Chung, JD Curlis, Z Degon, ...
Biology letters 16 (8), 20200474, 2020
Neural processing genes are linked to divergence in visual mate preference in sympatric Heliconius butterflies
M Rossi, TJ Thurman, AE Hausmann, SH Montgomery, R Papa, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
Using seasonal genomic changes to understand historical adaptation to new environments: Parallel selection on stickleback in highly‐variable estuaries
A Garcia‐Elfring, A Paccard, TJ Thurman, BA Wasserman, EP Palkovacs, ...
Molecular Ecology 30 (9), 2054-2064, 2021
Adaptation in natural populations: Integrating phenotypic and genetic perspectives
T Thurman
Using seasonal genomic changes to understand historical adaptation: parallel selection on stickleback in highly-variable estuaries
A Garcia-Elfring, A Paccard, TJ Thurman, BA Wasserman, EP Palkovacs, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
Predicting evolutionary change from ecolog-ical interactions: a field experiment with Ano-lis lizards
TJ Thurman, RM Pringle, RDH Barrett
Adaptation in natural populations: integrating phenotypic and genetic …, 2019
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