Lang, G. I. and Rice, A. M. 2019. Evolution unscathed: Darwin Devolves argues on weak reasoning that unguided evolution is a destructive force, incapable of innovation. Evolution 73: 862-868.
Rice, A. M. and McQuillan, M. A. 2018. Maladaptive learning and memory in hybrids as a reproductive isolating barrier. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 285: 20180542.
McQuillan, M. A., Roth, T. C., Huynh, A. V., and Rice, A. M. 2018. Hybrid chickadees are deficient in learning and memory. Evolution 72: 1155-1164.
- Highlighted in F1000 Prime
- Featured in Audubon Magazine
McQuillan, M. A., Huynh, A. V., Taylor, S. A., and Rice, A. M. 2017. Development of 10 novel SNP-RFLP markers for quick genotyping within the black-capped (Poecile atricapillus) and Carolina (P. carolinensis) chickadee hybrid zone. Conservation Genetics Resources 9: 261-264.
Pierce, A. A., Gutierrez, R., Rice, A. M., and Pfennig, K. S. 2017. Genetic variation during range expansion: effects of habitat novelty and hybridization. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 284: 20170007.
Rice, A. M., McQuillan, M. A., Seears, H. A., and Warren, J. A. 2016. Population differentiation at a regional scale in spadefoot toads: Contributions of distance and divergent selective environments. Current Zoology 62: 193-206. (invited contribution to special column)
McQuillan, M. A. and Rice, A. M. 2015. Differential effects of climate and species interactions on range limits at a hybrid zone: Potential direct and indirect impacts of climate change. Ecology and Evolution 21: 5120-5137.
Kawakami, T., Backström, N., Burri, R., Husby, A., Olason, P., Rice, A. M., Ålund, M., Qvarnström, A., and Ellegren, H. 2014. Estimation of linkage disequilibrium and interspecific gene flow in Ficedula flycatchers by a newly developed 50k single-nucleotide polymorphism array. Molecular Ecology Resources 14: 1248-1260.
Pfennig, K. S. and Rice, A. M. 2014. Reinforcement generates reproductive isolation between neighbouring conspecific populations of spadefoot toads. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 281: 20140949. (featured on cover)
Rice, A. M., Vallin, N., Kulma, K., Arntsen, H., Husby, A., Tobler, M., and Qvarnström, A. 2013. Optimizing the trade-off between offspring number and quality in unpredictable environments: Testing the role of differential androgen transfer to collared flycatcher eggs. Hormones and Behavior 63: 813-822.
Ålund, M., Immler, S., Rice, A. M., and Qvarnström, A. 2013. Low fertility of wild hybrid male flycatchers despite recent divergence. Biology Letters 9: 20130169.
Abbott, R., Albach, D., Ansell, S., Arntzen, J. W., Baird, S. J. E., Bierne, N., Boughman, J., Brelsford, A., Buerkle, C. A., Buggs, R., Butlin, R. K., Dieckmann, U., Eroukhmanoff, F., Grill, A., Cahan, S. H., Hermansen, J. S., Hewitt, G., Hudson, A. G., Jiggins, C., Jones, J., Keller, B., Marczewski, T., Mallet, J., Martinez-Rodriguez, P., Möst, M., Mullen, S., Nichols, R., Nolte, A. W., Parisod, C., Pfennig, K., Rice, A. M., Ritchie, M. G., Seifert, B., Smadja, C. M., Stelkens, R., Szymura, J. M., Väinölä, R., Wolf, J. B. W. and Zinner, D. 2013 Hybridization and speciation. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26: 229-246.
Vallin, N., Rice, A. M., Arntsen, H., Kulma, K., and Qvarnström, A. 2012. Combined effects of interspecific competition and hybridization impede local coexistence of Ficedula flycatchers. Evolutionary Ecology 26: 927-942.
Vallin, N., Rice, A. M., Bailey, R. I., Husby, A., and Qvarnström, A. 2012. Positive feedback between ecological and reproductive character displacement in a young avian hybrid zone. Evolution 66: 1167-1169.
Rice, A. M., Rudh, A., Ellegren, H., and Qvarnström, A. 2011. A guide to the genomics of ecological speciation in natural animal populations. Ecology Letters 14: 9-18.
Qvarnström, A., Rice, A. M., and Ellegren, H. 2010. Speciation in Ficedula flycatchers. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Series B 365: 1841-1852.
Rice, A. M. and Pfennig, D. W. 2010. Does character displacement initiate speciation? Evidence of reduced gene flow between populations experiencing divergent selection. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23: 854-865.
Rice, A. M., Leichty, A. R., and Pfennig, D. W. 2009. Parallel evolution and ecological selection: Replicated character displacement in spadefoot toads. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 276: 4189-4196. (featured on cover)
Rice, A. M., Pearse, D. E., Becker, T., Newman, R. A., Lebonville, C., Harper, G. R., and Pfennig, K. S. 2008. Development and characterization of nine polymorphic microsatellite markers for Mexican spadefoot toads (Spea multiplicata) with cross amplification in Plains spadefoot toads (S. bombifrons). Molecular Ecology Resources 8: 1386-1389.
Rice, A. M. and Pfennig, D. W. 2008. An analysis of range expansion in two species undergoing character displacement: Why might invaders generally “win” during character displacement? Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21: 696-704.
Pfennig, D. W. and Rice, A. M. 2007. An experimental test of character displacement’s role in promoting postmating isolation between conspecific populations in contrasting competitive environments. Evolution 61: 2433-2443.
Pfennig, D. W., Rice, A. M., and Martin, R. A. 2007. Field and experimental evidence for competition’s role in phenotypic divergence. Evolution 61: 257-271.
Rice, A. M. and Pfennig, D. W. 2007. Character displacement: in situ evolution of novel phenotypes or sorting of pre-existing variation? Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20: 448-459.
Pfennig, D. W., Rice, A. M., and Martin, R. A. 2006. Ecological opportunity and phenotypic plasticity interact to promote character displacement and species coexistence. Ecology 87: 769-779.
Marko, P. B., Lee, S. C., Rice, A. M., Gramling, J. M., Fitzhenry, T. M., McAlister, J. S., Harper, G. R., and Moran, A. L. 2004. Mislabelling of a depleted reef fish. Nature 430: 309-310.
Conner, J. K., Rice, A. M., Stewart, C., and Morgan, M. T. 2003. Patterns and mechanisms of selection on a family-diagnostic trait: evidence from experimental manipulation and lifetime fitness gradients. Evolution 57: 480-486.