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Vidal MC, *Wang S, Rivers DM, Althoff DM, Segraves KA (2020) Species richness and redundancy promote persistence of exploited mutualisms in yeast. Science 370:346-350. Abstract | Reprint | Full text

*Anneberg TJ, Segraves KA (2020) Nutrient enrichment and neopolyploidy interact to increase lifetime fitness of Arabidopsis thaliana. Plant and Soil 456:439-453. PDF

*Wei J, Segraves KA, Li W-Z, Yang X-K, Xue H-J (2020) Gut bacterial communities and their contribution to fitness of specialist Altica beetles. Microbial Ecology 80:946-959. PDF

*Porturas LD, Segraves KA (2020) Whole genome duplication does not promote common modes of reproductive isolation in Trifolium pratense. American Journal of Botany 107:833-841. PDF

Pellmyr O, Kjellberg F, Herre A, Kawakita A, Hembry D, Holland N, Terrazas T, Clement W, Segraves KA, Althoff DM (2020) Active pollination drives selection for reduced pollen-ovule ratios. American Journal of Botany 107:164-170. PDF

*Wei J, Segraves KA, Xiao B-H, Li W-Z, Yang X-K, Xue H-J (2020) High prevalence of Wolbachia infection does not explain unidirectional cytoplasmic incompatibility of Altica flea beetles. Ecological Entomology 45:67-78. PDF

*Anneberg TJ, Segraves KA (2019) Intraspecific polyploidy correlates with colonization by arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in Heuchera cylindrica. American Journal of Botany 106: 894-900. PDF

*Porturas LD, *Anneberg TJ, *Curé AE, *Wang S, Althoff DM, Segraves KA (2019) A meta-analysis
of whole genome duplication and the effects on flowering traits in plants. American Journal of Botany 106: 1–8. PDF

Tröger A, Svensson GP, Althoff DM, Segraves KA, Raguso RA, Francke W (2019) The pattern of straight chain hydrocarbons released by Yucca flowers (Asparagaceae). Journal of Chemical Ecology 45:46-49. PDF

Xue H-J, Segraves KA, Wei J-N, Wei J, Zhang B, Nie R-E, Li W-Z, Yang X-K (2018) Chemically-mediated sexual signals restrict hybrid speciation in a flea beetle. Behavioral Ecology 29:1462-1471. PDF

Darwell CT, Leebens-Mack J, Smith CS, Segraves KA, Althoff DM (2018) Transcriptome data support the basal placement of Prodoxidae in the Lepidoptera. Arthropod Systematics and Evolution 76:59-64. PDF

Thompson JN, Segraves KA, Althoff DM (2017) Coevolution and macroevolution. In Evolutionary Developmental Biology- A Reference Guide. Springer International Publishing, Switzerland.

Segraves, KA
(2017) Tansley Review: Effects of whole genome duplication in a community context. New Phytologist. doi: 10.1111/nph.14564. PDF

Darwell CT, Segraves KA, Althoff DM (2017) The role of abiotic and biotic factors in determining coexistence of multiple pollinators in the yucca-yucca moth mutualism. Ecography 40:511-520. PDF

*Zhang B, Zhang W, Nie R-E, Li WZ, Segraves KA, Yang X-K, Xue H-J (2016) Comparative transcriptome analysis of chemosensory genes in two sister leaf beetles provides insights into chemosensory speciation. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 79:108-118. PDF

Segraves KA, *Anneberg T (2016) Species interactions and plant polyploidy. American Journal of Botany 103:1326-1335. PDF

Althoff DM, Segraves KA (2016) The evolutionary ecology of mutualism. Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Biology, ed. R.Kliman, Oxford Academic Press pp. 87-93.

Xue HJ, *Zhang B, Segraves KA, Wei JN, Nie RE, Song KQ, Liu J, Li WZ, Yang XK (2016) Contact cuticular hydrocarbons act as a mating cue to discriminate intraspecific variation in Altica flea beetles. Animal Behaviour 11:217-224. PDF

*Zhang B, Segraves KA, Xue HJ, Nie RE, Li WZ, Yang XK (2015) Adaptation to different host plant ages facilitates insect divergence without a host shift. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 282:20151649. PDF

*Higginson DM, Badyaev AV, Segraves KA, Pitnick S (2015) Causes of discordance between allometries at and above the species level: an example with aquatic beetles. American Naturalist 186:176-186. PDF

Segraves KA (2015) Using phylogenetics to study coevolution. In Mutualism ed. JL Bronstein.

Glennon KL, Ritchie ME, Segraves KA (2014) Diploid and polyploid plants often share climatic conditions.  Ecology Letters 17:574-582. DOI: 10.1111/ele.12259. PDF

Althoff DM, Segraves KA, Johnson MT (2014) Testing for coevolutionary diversification: linking pattern with process. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 29:82-89. PDF

Althoff DM, *Xiao W, Sumoski SE, Segraves KA (2013) Florivore impacts on plant reproductive success and pollinator mortality in an obligate pollination mutualism. Oecologia 173:1345-1354. PDF

Godsoe W, Larson MA, Glennon KL, Segraves KA (2013) Polyploidization in Heuchera cylindrica (Saxifragaceae) did not result in a shift in climatic requirements. American Journal of Botany 100:496-508. PDF

Conrad AO
, KA Segraves (2013) Mycorrhizal colonization of Palafoxia feayi (Asteraceae) in a pyrogenic ecosystem. Mycorrhiza 23:243-249. PDF

*Higginson DM, Miller KB, Segraves KA, Pitnick S (2012) Female reproductive tract form drives the evolution of complex sperm morphology. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 109:4538-4543. PDF

*Higginson DM, Miller KB, Segraves KA, Pitnick S (2012) Convergence, recurrence and diversification of complex sperm traits. Evolution 66:1650-1661. PDF

Althoff DM, Segraves KA, Smith CI, Leebens-Mack J, Pellmyr O (2012) Geographic isolation trumps coevolution as a driver of yucca and yucca moth diversification. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 62:898-906. PDF

Segraves KA (2010) Branching out with coevolutionary trees. Evolution: Education and Outreach 3:62-70. PDF

Sumoski SE, Johncox J, Althoff DM, Segraves KA (2009) Impact of urbanization on tri-trophic interactions in an endemic scrub community. Florida Entomologist 92:582-587. PDF

*Kolaczan CR, Heard SB, Segraves KA, Althoff DM, Nason JD (2009) Spatial and genomic structure of host-associated differentiation in the parasitoid Copidosoma gelechiaeJournal of Evolutionary Biology 22:1275-1283. PDF

Sklaney MR, Althoff DM, Segraves KA (2009) Characterization of polymorphic microsatellite loci in Yucca filamentosa. Molecular Ecology Resources 9:894-896. PDF

Segraves KA (2008) Florivores limit cost of mutualism in the yucca-yucca moth association. Ecology 89:3215-3221. PDF

Segraves KA, Althoff DM, Pellmyr O (2008) The evolutionary ecology of cheating: does superficial oviposition facilitate the evolution of a cheater yucca moth? Ecological Entomology 33:765-770. PDF

Smith CI, Pellmyr O, Althoff DM, Balcázar-Lara M, Leebens-Mack J, Segraves KA (2008) Pattern and timing of diversification in Yucca (Agavaceae): specialized pollination does not escalate rates of diversification. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B 275:249-258. PDF

Pellmyr O, Balcázar-Lara M, Segraves KA, Althoff DM (2008) Phylogeny of the pollinating yucca moths, with revision of Mexican species (Tegeticula and Parategeticula; Lepidoptera, Prodoxidae). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 152:297-314. PDF

Althoff DM, Gitzendanner MA, Segraves KA (2007) The utility of AFLPs in phylogenetics: a comparison of homology within and between genomes. Systematic Biology 56:477-484. PDF

Pellmyr O, Segraves KA, Althoff DM, Balcázar-Lara M, Leebens-Mack J (2007) The phylogeny of yuccas. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 43:493-501. PDF

Althoff DM, Segraves KA, Leebens-Mack J, Pellmyr O (2006) Patterns of speciation in the yucca moths: parallel species radiations within the Tegeticula yuccasella species complex. Systematic Biology 55:398-410. PDF

Pellmyr O, Balcázar-Lara M, Althoff DM, Segraves KA, Leebens-Mack J (2006) Phylogeny and life history evolution of Prodoxus yucca moths (Lepidoptera: Prodoxidae). Systematic Entomology 31:1-20. PDF

Segraves KA, Althoff DM, Pellmyr O (2005) Limiting cheaters in mutualism: evidence from hybridization between mutualist and cheater yucca moths. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 272:2195-2202. PDF

Althoff DM, Segraves KA, Pellmyr O (2005) Community context of an obligate mutualism: the role of pollinators and florivores in fruit set of Yucca filamentosa. Ecology 86:905-913. PDF

Segraves KA, Pellmyr O (2004) Testing the ‘Out of Florida’ hypothesis on the origin of cheating in the yucca-yucca moth mutualism. Evolution 58:2266-2279. PDF

Althoff DM, Segraves KA, Sparks JP (2004) Characterizing the interaction between the bogus yucca moth and yuccas: do bogus yucca moths impact yucca reproductive success? Oecologia 140:321-327. PDF

Segraves KA (2003) Understanding stability in mutualisms: do extrinsic factors balance the yucca-yucca moth interaction? Ecology 84:2943-2951. PDF

Pellmyr O, Segraves KA (2003) Pollinator divergence within an obligate mutualism: two yucca moth species (Lepidoptera; Prodoxidae: Tegeticula) on the Joshua Tree (Yucca brevifolia; Agavaceae). Annals of the Entomological Society 96:716-722. PDF

Segraves KA, Pellmyr O (2001) Phylogeography of the yucca moth Tegeticula maculata: the role of historical biogeography in reconciling high genetic diversity with limited speciation.  Molecular Ecology 10:1247-1253. PDF

Althoff DM, Groman JD, Segraves KA, Pellmyr O (2001) Phylogeographic structure of the bogus yucca moth Prodoxus quinquepunctellus (Prodoxidae): comparisons with co-existing pollinator moths. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 21: 117-127. PDF

Segraves KA, Thompson JN, Soltis PS, Soltis DE (1999) Multiple origins of polyploidy and the geographic structure of Heuchera grossulariifolia. Molecular Ecology 8: 253-262. PDF

Segraves KA, Thompson JN (1999) Plant polyploidy and pollination: floral traits and insect visits to diploid and autotetraploid Heuchera grossulariifolia. Evolution 54: 1114-1127. PDF

Thompson JN, Cunningham BM, Segraves KA, Althoff DM, Wagner D (1997) Plant polyploidy and insect-plant interactions. The American Naturalist 150: 730-743. PDF

Book Reviews

Segraves KA
(2008) A tribute to Tom Wood. Evolution 60:2127-2129. PDF

Review of Specialization, speciation, and radiation: the evolutionary biology of insects. Tilmon KJ, editor (2008) University of California Press, Berkley, CA.

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