Ryan I. Hill, Ph.D.

University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Biomechanics, Comparative Physiology
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Robert Dudley grad student 2008 UC Berkeley
 (Evolution of behavior and morphology in mimetic ithomiine butterflies (Nymphalidae).)
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Hill RI. (2021) Convergent flight morphology among Müllerian mimic mutualists. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Mullen SP, VanKuren NW, Zhang W, et al. (2020) Disentangling population history and character evolution among hybridizing lineages. Molecular Biology and Evolution
Thompson E, Baumsteiger J, Hill RI. (2019) Phylogenomic Analyses Clarify True Species within the Butterfly Genus despite Evidence of a Recent Adaptive Radiation. Insects. 10
Hill RI, Rush CE, Mayberry J. (2018) Larval Food Limitation in a Butterfly (Nymphalidae): How Many Butterflies Can Be Supported? Insects. 9
Westerman EL, VanKuren NW, Massardo D, et al. (2018) Aristaless Controls Butterfly Wing Color Variation Used in Mimicry and Mate Choice. Current Biology : Cb. 28: 3469-3474.e4
Kristiansen EB, Finkbeiner SD, Hill RI, et al. (2018) Testing the adaptive hypothesis of Batesian mimicry among hybridizing North American admiral butterflies. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Finkbeiner SD, Salazar PA, Nogales S, et al. (2018) Frequency dependence shapes the adaptive landscape of imperfect Batesian mimicry. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 285
Ebel ER, DaCosta JM, Sorenson MD, et al. (2015) Rapid diversification associated with ecological specialization in Neotropical Adelpha butterflies. Molecular Ecology. 24: 2392-405
Zaman K, Tenney C, Rush CE, et al. (2015) Population ecology of a California endemic: Speyeria adiaste clemencei Journal of Insect Conservation. 19: 753-763
Chazot N, Willmott KR, Santacruz Endara PG, et al. (2014) Mutualistic mimicry and filtering by altitude shape the structure of Andean butterfly communities. The American Naturalist. 183: 26-39
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