Literature

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A. W. Bartlow, Villa, S. M., Thompson, M. W., Bush, S. E.2016Walk or ride? Phoretic behaviour of amblyceran and ischnoceran lice
B. M. Boyd, Allen, J. M., Nguyen, N. -phuong, Sweet, A. D., Warnow, T., Shapiro, M. D., Villa, S. M., Bush, S. E., Clayton, D. H., Johnson, K. P.2017Phylogenomics using Target-restricted Assembly Resolves Intra-generic Relationships of Parasitic Lice (Phthiraptera: Columbicola)
S. E. Bush, Villa, S. M., Altuna, J. C., Johnson, K. P., Shapiro, M. D., Clayton, D. H.2019Host defense triggers rapid adaptive radiation in experimentally evolving parasites
A. D. Sweet, Boyd, B. M., Allen, J. M., Villa, S. M., Valim, M. Paiva, Rivera-Parra, J. L., Wilson, R. E., Johnson, K. P.2018Integrating phylogenomic and population genomic patterns in avian lice provides a more complete picture of parasite evolution
S. M. Villa, Altuna, J. C., Ruff, J. S., Beach, A. B., Mulvey, L. I., Poole, E. J., Campbell, H. E., Johnson, K. P., Shapiro, M. D., Bush, S. E., Clayton, D. H.2019Rapid experimental evolution of reproductive isolation from a single natural population
S. M. Villa, Campbell, H. E., Bush, S. E., Clayton, D. H.2016Does antiparasite behavior improve with experience? An experimental test of the priming hypothesis
S. M. Villa, Evans, M. D., Subhani, Y. K., Altuna, J. C., Bush, S. E., Clayton, D. H.2018Body size and fecundity are correlated in feather lice (Phthiraptera: Ischnocera): implications for Harrison's rule
S. M. Villa, Goodman, G. B., Ruff, J. S., Clayton, D. H.2016Does allopreening control avian ectoparasites?
S. M. Villa, Koop, J. A. H., Le Bohec, C., Clayton, D. H.2018Beak of the pinch: anti-parasite traits are similar among Darwin’s finch species
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