Guppies

Photos: guppy colour diversity within and between sites – each photograph is of five males from a given site.

Our guppy work is following three different lines of investigation. First, we investigate how natural selection, gene flow, and adaptation interact in natural populations. Second, we investigate how adaptive divergence leads to the evolution of reproductive isolation through mate choice experiments in the laboratory. Third, we examine host-parasite co-evolutionary dynamics in guppies, and the resulting consequences for community and ecosystem level processes.

Trinidad field work – video montage:

 

·        Journeys in Search of Tiny Fish

 

Some of our guppy/Trinidad blog posts:

·        Impossible realities

·        Guppies, body condition, and parasitism

·        Guppies, predators, and parasites

·        Trinidad on my mind: of guppies, snakes, dogs, and testicles

·        Sex trips death in the dance of speciation

 

Photographs

·         Trinidad 2016 expedition

·         Trinidad 2014 expedition

·         Trinidad 2013 expedition

·        Other Trinidad pictures

 

Publications:

 

1.            Oke, K.B., G. Rolshausen, C. LeBlond, and A.P. Hendry. How parallel is parallel evolution? A comparative analysis in fishes. American Naturalist. In press.

 

2.            Jacquin, L., C. Dybwad, G. Rolshausen, A.P. Hendry, and S.M. Reader. 2017. Evolutionary and immediate effects of crude-oil pollution: depression of exploratory behaviour across populations of Trinidadian guppies. Animal Cognition. DOI: 10.1007/s10071-016-1027-9

 

3.            Jacquin, L., S. M. Reader, A. Boniface, J. Mateluna, I. Patalas, F. Pérez-Jvostov, and A.P. Hendry. 2016. Parallel and non-parallel behavioural evolution in response to parasitism and predation in Trinidadian guppies. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29:1406-1422. PDF

 

4.            Pérez-Jvostov, F., A.P. Hendry, G.F. Fussmann, and M.E. Scott. 2016. An experimental test of antagonistic effects of competition and parasitism on host performance in semi-natural mesocosms. Oikos 125:790-796. PDF

 

5.            Dargent, F., G. Rolshausen, A.P. Hendry, M. E. Scott, and G. F. Fussmann. 2016. Parting ways: parasite release in nature leads to sex-specific evolution of defense. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29:23–34. PDF

 

6.            Rolshausen, G., D.A.T. Phillip, D.M. Beckles, A. Akbari, S. Ghoshal, P.B. Hamilton, C.R. Tyler, A.G. Scarlett, I. Ramnarine, P. Bentzen, and A.P. Hendry. 2015. Do stressful conditions make adaptation difficult? Guppies in the oil-polluted environments of southern Trinidad. Evolutionary Applications 8:854–870. PDF

 

7.            Pérez-Jvostov, F., A.P. Hendry, G.F. Fussmann, and M.E. Scott. 2015. Testing for host-parasite local adaptation: an experiment with Gyrodactylus ectoparasites and guppy hosts. International Journal of Parasitology 45:409–417. PDF

 

8.            Gotanda, K.M., and A.P. Hendry. 2014. Using adaptive traits to consider potential consequences of temporal variation in selection: male guppy colour through time and space. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 112:108-122. PDF

 

9.            Dargent, F., M.E. Scott, A.P. Hendry, and G.F. Fussmann. 2013. Experimental elimination of parasites in nature leads to the evolution of increased resistance in hosts. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences 280:20132371. PDF

 

Dargent, F., M. E. Scott, A. P. Hendry, and G. F. Fussmann. 2014. Experimental evolution of parasite resistance in wild guppies: natural and multifarious selection. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences 281: 20141820. PDF

 

10.        Gotanda, K.M., L.C. DeLaire, J.A.M. Raeymaekers, F. Pérez-Jvostov, F. Dargent, P. Bentzen, M.E. Scott, G.F. Fussmann, and A.P. Hendry. 2013. Adding parasites to the guppy-predation story: insights from field surveys. Oecologia 172:155-166. PDF

 

11.        Pérez-Jvostov, F., A.P. Hendry, G.F. Fussmann, and M.E. Scott. 2012. Are host-parasite interactions influenced by adaptation to predators? A test with guppies and Gyrodactylus in experimental stream channels. Oecologia 170:77-88. PDF

 

12.        Millar, N.P., and A.P. Hendry. 2012. Population divergence of private and non-private signals in wild guppies. Environmental Biology of Fishes 94:513-525. PDF

 

13.        Easty, L.K., A.K. Schwartz, S.P. Gordon, and A.P. Hendry. 2011. Does sexual selection evolve following introduction to new environments? Animal Behavior 82:1085-1095. PDF

 

14.        McKellar, A.E., and A.P. Hendry. 2011. Environmental factors influencing adult sex ratio in Poecilia reticulata: laboratory experiments. Journal of Fish Biology 79:937-953. PDF

 

15.        Weese, D.J., A.K. Schwartz, P. Bentzen, A.P. Hendry, and M.T. Kinnison. 2011. Eco-evolutionary effects on population recovery following catastrophic disturbance. Evolutionary Applications 4:354-366. PDF

 

16.        Schwartz, A.K., D.J. Weese, P. Bentzen, M.T. Kinnison, and A.P. Hendry. 2010. Both geography and ecology contribute to mating isolation in guppies. PLoS ONE 5:e15659. PDF

 

17.        Labonne, J., and A.P. Hendry. 2010. Natural selection can giveth and taketh away reproductive barriers: models of population divergence in guppies. American Naturalist 176:26-39. PDF

 

18.        Weese, D., S. Gordon, A.P. Hendry, and M.T. Kinnison. 2010. Spatiotemporal variation in linear natural selection on body color in wild guppies (Poecilia reticulata). Evolution 64:1802-1815. PDF

 

19.        Schwartz, A.K., and A.P. Hendry. 2010. Testing the influence of local forest canopy clearing on phenotypic variation in Trinidadian guppies. Functional Ecology 24:354–364. PDF

 

20.        Gordon, S.P., D.N. Reznick, M.T. Kinnison, M.J. Bryant, D.J. Weese, K. Räsänen, N.P. Millar, and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Adaptive changes in life history and survival following a new guppy introduction. American Naturalist 174:34-45. PDF

 

21.        McKellar, A.E., M.M. Turcotte, and A.P. Hendry. 2009. Environmental factors influencing adult sex ratio in Trinidadian guppies. Oecologia 159:735-745. PDF

 

22.        Karim, N., S.P. Gordon, A.K. Schwartz, and A.P. Hendry. 2007. This is not déjà vu all over again: male guppy colour in a new experimental introduction. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20:1339-1350. PDF

 

23.        Schwartz, A.K., and A.P. Hendry. 2007. A test for the parallel co-evolution of male colour and female preference in Trinidadian guppies. Evolutionary Ecology Research 9:71-90. PDF

 

24.        Schwartz, A.K., and A.P. Hendry. 2006. Sexual selection and the detection of ecological speciation. Evolutionary Ecology Research 8:399-413. PDF

 

25.        Hendry, A.P., M.L. Kelly, M.T. Kinnison, and D.N. Reznick. 2006. Parallel evolution of the sexes? Effects of predation and habitat features on the size and shape of wild guppies. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19:741-754. PDF

 

26.        Crispo, E, P. Bentzen, D.N. Reznick, M.T. Kinnison, and A.P. Hendry. 2006. The relative influence of natural selection and geography on gene flow in guppies. Molecular Ecology. PDF

 

27.        Millar, N.M., D.N. Reznick, M.T. Kinnison, and A.P. Hendry. 2006. Disentangling the selective factors that act on male coloration in wild guppies. Oikos 113:1-12. PDF

 

28.        Patterson, I. G., E. Crispo, A. P. Hendry, M. T. Kinnison, and P. Bentzen. 2005. Characterization of tetranucleotide microsatellite markers in the guppy (Poecilia reticulata). Molecular Ecology Notes 5:269-271. (Primer note)

 

Curio:

An ode to guppy sex by Nate Millar, a former Master’s student in my lab.

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