Christopher Herbert Martin
Christopher Herbert Martin
Assistant Professor and Curator, University of California, Berkeley
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Molecular and fossil evidence place the origin of cichlid fishes long after Gondwanan rifting
M Friedman, BP Keck, A Dornburg, RI Eytan, CH Martin, CD Hulsey, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1770), 2013
1832013
Multiple fitness peaks on the adaptive landscape drive adaptive radiation in the wild
CH Martin, PC Wainwright
Science 339 (6116), 208-211, 2013
1472013
Trophic novelty is linked to exceptional rates of morphological diversification in two adaptive radiations of Cyprinodon pupfishes
CH Martin, PC Wainwright
Evolution, 2011
1462011
Complex histories of repeated gene flow in Cameroon crater lake cichlids cast doubt on one of the clearest examples of sympatric speciation
CH Martin, JS Cutler, JP Friel, C Dening Touokong, G Coop, ...
Evolution 69 (6), 1406-1422, 2015
1292015
Adaptive introgression from distant Caribbean islands contributed to the diversification of a microendemic adaptive radiation of trophic specialist pupfishes.
EJ Richards, CH Martin
PLoS genetics 13 (8), e1006919, 2017
812017
Geographic variation of caste structure among ant populations
AS Yang, CH Martin, HF Nijhout
Current biology 14 (6), 514-519, 2004
732004
Diabolical survival in Death Valley: recent pupfish colonization, gene flow and genetic assimilation in the smallest species range on earth
CH Martin, JE Crawford, BJ Turner, LH Simons
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1823), 20152334, 2016
702016
Novel trophic niches drive variable progress towards ecological speciation within an adaptive radiation of pupfishes
CH Martin, LC Feinstein
Molecular ecology 23 (7), 1846-1862, 2014
702014
A remarkable species flock of Cyprinodon pupfishes endemic to San Salvador Island, Bahamas
CH Martin, PC Wainwright
Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History 54 (2), 231-241, 2013
582013
Strong assortative mating by diet, color, size, and morphology but limited progress toward sympatric speciation in a classic example: Cameroon crater lake cichlids
CH Martin
Evolution, 2013
562013
Weak disruptive selection and incomplete phenotypic divergence in two classic examples of sympatric speciation: Cameroon crater lake cichlids
CH Martin
The American Naturalist 180 (4), 90-109, 2012
522012
On the measurement of ecological novelty: scale-eating pupfish are separated by 168 my from other scale-eating fishes
CH Martin, PC Wainwright
PloS one 8 (8), e71164, 2013
482013
Comparing adaptive radiations across space, time, and taxa
RG Gillespie, GM Bennett, L De Meester, JL Feder, RC Fleischer, ...
Journal of Heredity 111 (1), 1-20, 2020
462020
Novel candidate genes underlying extreme trophic specialization in Caribbean pupfishes
JA McGirr, CH Martin
Molecular biology and evolution 34 (4), 873-888, 2017
452017
A field test of the Hamilton–Zuk hypothesis in the Trinidadian guppy (Poecilia reticulata)
CH Martin, S Johnsen
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61 (12), 1897-1909, 2007
452007
Speciation through the lens of biomechanics: locomotion, prey capture and reproductive isolation
TE Higham, SM Rogers, RB Langerhans, HA Jamniczky, GV Lauder, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1838), 20161294, 2016
432016
The Paradox Behind the Pattern of Rapid Adaptive Radiation: How Can the Speciation Process Sustain Itself Through an Early Burst?
CH Martin, EJ Richards
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 50, 569-593, 2019
412019
High niche overlap between two successfully coexisting pairs of Lake Malawi cichlid fishes
CH Martin, MJ Genner
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 66 (4), 579-588, 2009
402009
The cryptic origins of evolutionary novelty: 1000‐fold faster trophic diversification rates without increased ecological opportunity or hybrid swarm
CH Martin
Evolution 70 (11), 2504-2519, 2016
342016
Searching for sympatric speciation in the genomic era
EJ Richards, MR Servedio, CH Martin
BioEssays 41 (7), 1900047, 2019
322019
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