Richard Merrill
Richard Merrill
Division of Evolutionary Biology, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, München, Germany
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The biology of color
IC Cuthill, WL Allen, K Arbuckle, B Caspers, G Chaplin, ME Hauber, ...
Science 357 (6350), 2017
Combined effects of climate and biotic interactions on the elevational range of a phytophagous insect
RM Merrill, D Gutiérrez, OT Lewis, J Gutiérrez, SB Díez, RJ Wilson
Journal of Animal Ecology 77 (1), 145-155, 2008
The gene cortex controls mimicry and crypsis in butterflies and moths
NJ Nadeau, C Pardo-Diaz, A Whibley, MA Supple, SV Saenko, ...
Nature 534 (7605), 106-110, 2016
Disruptive ecological selection on a mating cue
RM Merrill, RWR Wallbank, V Bull, PCA Salazar, J Mallet, M Stevens, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1749), 4907-4913, 2012
Sexually selected traits predict patterns of species richness in a diverse clade of suboscine birds
N Seddon, RM Merrill, JA Tobias
The American Naturalist 171 (5), 620-631, 2008
The diversification of Heliconius butterflies: what have we learned in 150 years?
RM Merrill, KK Dasmahapatra, JW Davey, DD Dell'Aglio, JJ Hanly, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28 (8), 1417-1438, 2015
Major Improvements to the Heliconius melpomene Genome Assembly Used to Confirm 10 Chromosome Fusion Events in 6 Million Years of Butterfly Evolution
J Davey, M Chouteau, S Barker, L Maroja, SW Baxter, F Simpson, ...
G3 6 (3), 695-708, 2016
Pervasive genetic associations between traits causing reproductive isolation in Heliconius butterflies
RM Merrill, B Van Schooten, JA Scott, CD Jiggins
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1705), 511-518, 2011
Mate preference across the speciation continuum in a clade of mimetic butterflies
RM Merrill, Z Gompert, LM Dembeck, MR Kronforst, WO McMillan, ...
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 65 (5), 1489-1500, 2011
Brain composition in Heliconius butterflies, post-eclosion growth and experience dependent neuropil plasticity
SH Montgomery, RM Merrill, SR Ott
Journal of Comparative Neurology, DOI: 10.1002/cne.23993, 2016
Genetic dissection of assortative mating behavior
R Merrill, P Rastas, S Martin, MC Melo, S Barker, J Davey, WO McMillan, ...
PLoS Biol 7 (2), 2005902, 2019
No evidence for maintenance of a sympatric Heliconius species barrier by chromosomal inversions
JW Davey, SL Barker, PM Rastas, A Pinharanda, SH Martin, R Durbin, ...
Evolution Letters 1 (3), 138-154, 2017
Male sex pheromone components in Heliconius butterflies released by the androconia affect female choice
K Darragh, S Vanjari, F Mann, MF Gonzalez-Rojas, CR Morrison, ...
PeerJ 5, e3953, 2017
Divergent warning patterns contribute to assortative mating between incipient Heliconius species
RM Merrill, A Chia, N Nadeau
Ecology and Evolution, 2014
What shapes the continuum of reproductive isolation? Lessons from Heliconius butterflies
C Merot, C Salazar, RM Merrill, CD Jiggins, M Joron
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1856), 20170335, 2017
Ecological and genetic factors influencing the transition between host-use strategies in sympatric Heliconius butterflies
RM Merrill, R Naisbit, J Mallet, C Jiggins
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26 (9), 1959–1967, 2013
Divergence in brain composition during the early stages of ecological specialization in Heliconius butterflies
SH Montgomery, RM Merrill
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30 (3), 571-582, 2017
Male pheromone composition depends on larval but not adult diet in Heliconius melpomene
K Darragh, KJRP Byers, RM Merrill, WO McMillan, S Schulz, CD Jiggins
Ecological entomology 44 (3), 397-405, 2019
Müllerian mimicry: sharing the load reduces the legwork
RM Merrill, CD Jiggins
Current biology 19 (16), R687-R689, 2009
Maternal effects in the highly communal sociable weaver may exacerbate brood reduction and prepare offspring for a competitive social environment
RE van Dijk, CM Eising, RM Merrill, F Karadas, B Hatchwell, ...
Oecologia, 1-11, 2012
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