Stuart C. Willis
Stuart C. Willis
Conservation Geneticist, Hagerman Genetics Lab, Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
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The tree of life and a new classification of bony fishes
R Betancur-R, RE Broughton, EO Wiley, K Carpenter, JA López, C Li, ...
PLOS Currents Tree of Life, 2013
Habitat structural complexity and morphological diversity of fish assemblages in a Neotropical floodplain river
SC Willis, KO Winemiller, H Lopez-Fernandez
Oecologia 142 (2), 284-295, 2005
These aren’t the loci you’e looking for: Principles of effective SNP filtering for molecular ecologists
SJ O'Leary, JB Puritz, SC Willis, CM Hollenbeck, DS Portnoy
Molecular ecology 27 (16), 3193-3206, 2018
Systematics, biogeography, and evolution of the Neotropical peacock basses Cichla (Perciformes: Cichlidae)
SC Willis, MS Nunes, CG Montaña, IP Farias, NR Lovejoy
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 44 (1), 291-307, 2007
Haplotyping RAD loci: an efficient method to filter paralogs and account for physical linkage
SC Willis, CM Hollenbeck, JB Puritz, JR Gold, DS Portnoy
Molecular ecology resources 17 (5), 955-965, 2017
Simultaneous delimitation of species and quantification of interspecific hybridization in Amazonian peacock cichlids (genus Cichla) using multi-locus data
SC Willis, J Macrander, IP Farias, G Ortí
BMC evolutionary biology 12 (1), 1-24, 2012
The Casiquiare river acts as a corridor between the Amazonas and Orinoco river basins: biogeographic analysis of the genus Cichla
SC Willis, M Nunes, CG Montana, IP Farias, G Orti, NR Lovejoy
Molecular Ecology 19 (5), 1014-1030, 2010
The Vaupes Arch and Casiquiare Canal
KO Winemiller, S Willis
Historical Biogeography of Neotropical Freshwater Fishes. University of …, 2011
One species or four? Yes!... and, no. Or, arbitrary assignment of lineages to species obscures the diversification processes of Neotropical fishes
SC Willis
PloS one 12 (2), e0172349, 2017
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
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
The tree of life and a new classification of bony fishes. PLoS Curr. 5
R Betancur-R, RE Broughton, EO Wiley, K Carpenter, JA López, C Li, ...
Tree Life 18., 2013
Molecular systematics of the neotropical shovelnose catfish genus Pseudoplatystoma Bleeker 1862 based on nuclear and mtDNA markers
LF Carvalho-Costa, NM Piorski, SC Willis, PM Galetti, G Ortí
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 59 (1), 177-194, 2011
Testing mitochondrial capture and deep coalescence in Amazonian cichlid fishes (Cichlidae: Cichla)
SC Willis, IP Farias, G Ortí
Evolution 68 (1), 256-268, 2014
Molecular signatures of Neogene biogeographical events in the Amazon fish fauna
NR Lovejoy, SC Willis, JS Albert
C HoornF Wesselingh. Amazonia: Landscape and Species Evolution: A look into …, 2010
Implications of Large-Effect Loci for Conservation: A Review and Case Study with Pacific Salmon
RS Waples, MJ Ford, K Nichols, M Kardos, J Myers, TQ Thompson, ...
Journal of Heredity 113 (2), 121-144, 2022
Population genetic structure of the Amazonian black flannelmouth characin (Characiformes, Prochilodontidae: Prochilodus nigricans Spix & Agassiz, 1829): contemporary and …
VN Machado, SC Willis, AS Teixeira, T Hrbek, IP Farias
Environmental Biology of Fishes 100 (1), 1-16, 2017
Phylogeography of Cichla (Cichlidae) in the upper Madera basin (Bolivian Amazon)
JF Renno, N Hubert, JP Torrico, F Duponchelle, JN Rodriguez, CG Davila, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 41 (2), 503-510, 2006
Population genetics of the speckled peacock bass (Cichla temensis), South America’s most important inland sport fishery
SC Willis, KO Winemiller, CG Montaña, J Macrander, P Reiss, IP Farias, ...
Conservation Genetics 16 (6), 1345-1357, 2015
The largest fish in the world’s biggest river: Genetic connectivity and conservation of Arapaima gigas in the Amazon and Araguaia-Tocantins drainages
IP Farias, S Willis, A Leão, JT Verba, M Crossa, F Foresti, F Porto-Foresti, ...
PloS one 14 (8), e0220882, 2019
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