Comerford, M.S., T.M. La, S. Carroll, & S.P. Egan. Spatial sorting promotes instantaneous (mal)adaptation after hurricane driven local extinctions, in review.
Sheikh, S.I., A.K.G. Ward, Y.M. Zhang, C. Davis, S.P. Egan, & A.A. Forbes. Ormyrus labotus Walker (Hymenoptera: Ormyridae): another generalist that should not be a generalist is not a generalist, in preparation.
Andrés, J., P. Czechowski, E. Grey, M. Saebi, K. Andres, N. Chawla, J.J. Corbett, R. Brys, P. Cassey, N. Correa, M.R. Deveney, S.P. Egan, J.P. Fisher, R. vanden Hooff, C.R. Knapp, S.C.Y. Leong, B.J. Neilson, E.M. Paolucci, M.E. Pfrender, M.R. Pochard, T.A.A. Prowse, S.S. Rumrill, C. Scianni, F. Sylvester, M.N. Tamburri, T.W. Therriault, D.C.J. Yeo, & D. Lodge. Global environmental DNA survey of ports distinguishes alternative models of ship-based species spread, in review. Preprint: bioRxiv 2021.2021.10.07.463538
Laroche, R.A.S., K.L. Weinersmith, L. Angeloni, J.R. Baylis, S.P. Newman, S.P. Egan, & D.D. Wiegmann. Is energetics or competition a stronger driver of male smallmouth bass seasonal reproductive timing?, in review. Preprint: bioRxiv 2021.01.30.428956.
Zhang, L., B.F. Mullin, S. Shzu, C.K. Davis, E.G. Hu, I.J. Carroo, & S.P. Egan. Parallel divergence in an extended phenotype between ecologically divergent populations of six species of gall-forming insects, in revison.
Samacá-Sáenz, E., B. Santos, J. Martínez, S.P. Egan, S.R. Shaw, P.E. Hanson, & A. Zaldívar-Riverón. Ultraconserved elements-based systematics reveals evolutionary patterns of host-plant family shifts and phytophagy within a predominantly parasitoid wasp family. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, accepted. *link*
Brandão-Dias, P.F.P., Y.M. Zhang, S. Pirro, C.C. Vinson, K.L. Weinersmith, A.K.G. Ward, A.A. Forbes, & S.P. Egan. Describing biodiversity in the genomics era: A new species of Nearctic Cynipidae gall wasp and its genome sequence. Systematic Entomology, accepted.
Martinson, E.O., J. Werren, & S.P. Egan. Tissue-specific gene expression shows cynipid wasps repurpose host gene networks to create complex and novel parasite-specific organs on oaks. Molecular Ecology, accepted. *link* Preprint: Authorea *link*
Calvert, M.B., M.M. Doellman, J.L. Feder, G.R. Hood, P. Meyers, S.P. Egan, T.H.Q. Powell, M.M. Glover, C. Tait, H. Schuler, S.H. Berlocher, J.J. Smith, P. Nosil, D.A. Hahn, & G.J. Ragland. The genomics of trait combinations and their influence on adaptive divergence. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, accepted. Preprint: bioRxiv 2020.06.19.161539.
Comerford, M.S, S.P. Carroll, S.P. Egan. 2021. A test of divergence in adaptive phenotypes in the newly discovered host association of the red-shouldered soapberry bug (Jadera haematoloma (Hemiptera: Rhopalidae)) on Mexican buckeye (Ungnadia speciosa (Sapindaceae)). Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, accepted.
Brandão-Dias, P.F.P., E.J. Rosi, A.J. Shogren, J.L. Tank, D.Fischer, & S.P. Egan. 2021. Fate of environmental proteins (eProteins) from genetically engineered crops in streams is controlled by water pH and ecosystem metabolism. Environmental Science & Technology 55: 4688–4697. *link*
Drummond, J.A., E.R. Larson, Y. Li, D.M. Lodge, C.A. Gantz, M. Pfrender, M.A. Renshaw, A.M.S. Correa, & S.P. Egan. 2021. Diversity metrics are robust to differences in sampling location and depth for environmental DNA of plants in small temperate lakes. Frontiers in Environmental Science 2021.617924. *link*
Zhang, L., G.R. Hood, I. Carroo, J.R. Ott, & S.P. Egan. 2021. Context-dependent reproductive isolation: Host plant variability drives fitness of hybrid herbivores. The American Naturalist 197: 732–739. *link*
Zhang, L., G.R. Hood, A.M. Roush, S. Shzu, M.S. Comerford, J.R. Ott , & S.P. Egan. 2021. Asymmetric, but opposing reductions in immigrant viability and fecundity promote reproductive isolation among host-associated populations of an insect herbivore. Evolution 75: 476–489. *link*
Zhang, M., S.P. Egan, & J.R. Ott. 2021. One hundred and sixty years of taxonomic confusion resolved: Belonocnema Mayr (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae, Cynipini) gall wasps associated with live oaks in the USA. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, zlab001. *link*