Hopkins, Robin, Rafael F. Guerrero, Mark D. Rausher, Mark Kirkpatrick. Strong reinforcing selection in a Texas wildflower. 2014. Current Biology 24:1995-1999. (Featured in Current Biology Dispatch by Daniel Matute and Daniel Ortiz-Barrientos) [PDF]
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Hopkins, Robin, Rausher, Mark D. The cost of reinforcement: Selection on flower color in allopatric populations of Phlox drummondii. 2014. The American Naturalist 183: 693-710. [PDF]
Stuart, Yoel, Daniel Bolnick, Robin Hopkins. 2014. The Unifying Wedge. Evolution 68: 614-616. (Invited book review) [PDF]
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Hopkins, Robin. 2013 Reinforcement in plants. New Phytologist 197: 1095-1103 [PDF]
Burge, D.O., R. Hopkins, Y. Tsai, P. Manos. 2013. Limited hybridization across an edaphic disjunction between the gabbro-endemic shrub Ceanothus roderickii (Rhamnaceae) and the soil generalist C. cuneatus. American Journal of Botany 100: 1883-1895. [PDF]
Lowry, D.B. and Hopkins, R. 2013. “Speciation and Natural Selection” in the Princeton Guide to Evolution, edited by Jonathan Losos. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. (Invited book chapter) [PDF]
Hopkins, Robin, Mark D. Rausher. 2012. Pollinator-mediated selection on flower color allele drives reinforcement. Science 335: 1090-1092. (Featured in Current Biology Dispatch by John Pannell) [PDF]
Hopkins, Robin, Donald A. Levin, Mark D. Rausher. 2012. Molecular signatures of selection on reproductive character displacement of flower color in Phlox drummondii. Evolution 66:469-485 [PDF]
Hopkins, Robin, Mark D. Rausher. 2011. Identification of two genes causing reinforcement in the Texas wildflower Phlox drummondii. Nature 469:411-414. [PDF]
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