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    • A major gene controls mimicry and crypsis in butterflies and moths 

      Salazar, Camilo; Pardo-Diaz, Carolina; Whibley, Annabel; Supple, Megan A.; Saenko, Suzanne V.
      The wing patterns of butterflies and moths (Lepidoptera) are diverse and striking examples of evolutionary diversification by natural selection1,2. Lepidopteran wing colour patterns are a key innovation, consisting of ...
       Artículo. 2016
    • A molecular systematic analysis of the Neotropical banner winged damselflies (Polythoridae: Odonata) 

      Sanchez Herrera M.; Beatty C.; Nunes R.; Realpe E.; Salazar, Camilo; Ware J.L.
      The Neotropics are a hotspot of global diversity for many groups of organisms, including the dragonflies and damselflies (Insecta: Odonata). While the number of biodiversity surveys and new species descriptions for Neotropical ...
       Artículo. 2018
    • A neotropical polymorphic damselfly shows poor congruence between genetic and traditional morphological characters in Odonata 

      Sanchez-Herrera, Melissa; Realpe, Emilio; Salazar, Camilo
      The Neotropical damselfly genus Polythore consists of nineteen described morphospecies. We used the COI barcode locus (799 bp), male genitalia, wing venation, and geometrical pattern variation to clarify specific status ...
       Artículo. 2010
    • A new subspecies in a Heliconius butterfly adaptive radiation (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) 

      Arias C.F.; Giraldo N.; McMillan W.O.; Lamas G.; Jiggins C.D.; Salazar, Camilo
      A fundamental goal in evolutionary biology is to understand how evolutionary patterns and processes shape natural diversity. This, however, requires a complete characterization of the phenotypic and genetic variation between ...
       Artículo. 2017
    • Adaptive introgression across species boundaries in Heliconius butterflies 

      Pardo-Diaz, Carolina; Salazar, Camilo; Baxter, Simon W.; Wilsea,Claire Merot; Figueiredo-Ready, Wilsea; Joron,Mathieu; McMillan,Owen; Jiggins,Chris D.
      de la Universidad del Rosario.
       Artículo. 2012
    • An introgressed wing pattern acts as a mating cue 

      Sánchez, Angela P.; Pardo-Diaz, Carolina; Enciso-Romero, Juan; Muñoz, Astrid; Jiggins, Chris D; Salazar, Camilo; Linares, Mauricio
      Heliconius butterflies provide good examples of both homoploid hybrid speciation and ecological speciation. In particular, examples of adaptive introgression have been detected among the subspecies of Heliconius timareta, ...
       Artículo. 2015
    • An ultra-high vacuum scanning tunneling microscope operating at sub-Kelvin temperatures and high magnetic fields for spin-resolved measurements 

      Salazar, Camilo; Baumann, D.; Hänke, T.; Scheffler, M.; Kühne, T.; Kaiser, M.; Voigtländer, R.; Lindackers, D.; Büchner, B.; Hess, C.
      We present the construction and performance of an ultra-low-temperature scanning tunneling microscope (STM), working in ultra-high vacuum (UHV) conditions and in high magnetic fields up to 9 T. The cryogenic environment ...
       Artículo. 2018
    • Assortative mating preferences among hybrids offers a route to hybrid speciation 

      Melo, Maria C.; Salazar, Camilo; Jiggins, Chris D; Linares, Mauricio
      Homoploid speciation generates species without a change in chromosome number via introgressive hybridization and has been considered rare in animals. Heliconius butterflies exhibit bright aposematic color patterns that ...
       Artículo. 2009
    • Butterfly genome reveals promiscuous exchange of mimicry adaptations among species 

      Dasmahapatra K.K.; Walters J.R.; Briscoe A.D.; Davey J.W.; Whibley A.; Nadeau N.J.; Zimin A.V.; Salazar, Camilo; Ferguson L.C.; Martin S.H.; Lewis J.J.; Adler S.; Ahn S.-J.; Baker D.A.; Baxter S.W.; Chamberlain N.L.; Ritika C.; Counterman B.A.; Dalmay T.; Gilbert L.E.; Gordon K.; Heckel D.G.; Hines H.M.; Hoff K.J.; Holland P.W.H.; Jacquin-Joly E.; Jiggins F.M.; Jones R.T.; Kapan D.D.; Kersey P.; Lamas G.; Lawson D.; Mapleson D.; Maroja L.S.; Martin A.; Moxon S.; Palmer W.J.; Papa R.; Papanicolaou A.; Pauchet Y.; Ray D.A.; Rosser N.; Salzberg S.L.; Supple M.A.; Surridge A.; Tenger-Trolander A.; Vogel H.; Wilkinson P.A.; Wilson D.; Yorke J.A.; Yuan F.; Balmuth A.L.; Eland C.; Gharbi K.; Thomson M.; Gibbs R.A.; Han Y.; Jayaseelan J.C.; Kovar C.; Mathew T.; Muzny D.M.; Ongeri F.; Pu L.-L.; Qu J.; Thornton R.L.; Worley K.C.; Wu Y.-Q.; Linares, Mauricio; Blaxter M.L.; ffrench-Constant R.H.; Joron M.; Kronforst M.R.; Mullen S.P.; Reed R.D.; Scherer S.E.; Richards S.; Mallet J.; Mc Millan W.O.; Jiggins C.D.; The Heliconius Genome Consortium
      The evolutionary importance of hybridization and introgression has long been debated. Hybrids are usually rare and unfit, but even infrequent hybridization can aid adaptation by transferring beneficial traits between ...
       Artículo. 2012
    • Chemical signals act as the main reproductive barrier between sister and mimetic Heliconius butterflies 

      González-Rojas, M. F.; Darragh, K.; Robles, J.; Linares, Mauricio; Schulz, S.; McMillan, W. O.; Jiggins, C. D.; Pardo-Diaz, Carolina; Salazar, Camilo
      Colour pattern is the main trait that drives mate recognition between Heliconius species that are phylogenetically close. However, when this cue is compromised such as in cases of mimetic, sympatric and closely related ...
       Artículo. 2020
    • Chemical signals act as the main reproductive barrier between sister and mimetic Heliconius butterflies. 

      Gonzalez-Rojas, M F; Darragh, K; Robles, J; Linares, Mauricio; Schulz, S; McMillan, W O; Jiggins, C D; Pardo-Diaz, Carolina; Salazar, Camilo
      Colour pattern is the main trait that drives mate recognition between Heliconius species that are phylogenetically close. However, when this cue is compromised such as in cases of mimetic, sympatric and closely related ...
       Artículo. 2020
    • Chromosomal rearrangements maintain a polymorphic supergene controlling butterfly mimicry 

      Joron, Mathieu; Frezal, Lise; Jones, Robert T.; Chamberlain, Nicola L.; Lee, Siu F.; Salazar, Camilo
      Supergenes are tight clusters of loci that facilitate the co-segregation of adaptive variation, providing integrated control of complex adaptive phenotypes1. Polymorphic supergenes, in which specific combinations of traits ...
       Artículo. 2011
    • Complex modular architecture around a simple toolkit of wing pattern genes 

      Van Belleghem, Steven M.; Rastas, Pasi; Papanicolaou, Alexie; Martin, Simon H.; Arias, Carlos F.; Supple, Megan A.; Hanly, Joseph J.; Mallet, James; Lewis, James J.; Hines, Heather M.; Ruiz, Mayte; Salazar, Camilo; Linares, Mauricio; Moreira, Gilson R. P.; Jiggins, Chris D; Counterman, Brian A.; McMillan, W. Owen; Papa, Riccardo
      Identifying the genomic changes that control morphological variation and understanding how they generate diversity is a major goal of evolutionary biology. In Heliconius butterflies, a small number of genes control the ...
       Artículo. 2017
    • Complex modular architecture around a simple toolkit of wing pattern genes. 

      Van Belleghem, Steven M; Rastas, Pasi; Papanicolaou, Alexie; Martin, Simon H; Arias, Carlos Francisco; Supple, Megan A; Hanly, Joseph J; Mallet, James; Lewis, James J; Hines, Heather M; Ruiz, Mayte; Salazar, Camilo; Linares, Mauricio; Moreira, Gilson R P; Jiggins, Chris D; Counterman, Brian A; McMillan, W Owen; Papa, Riccardo
      Identifying the genomic changes that control morphological variation and understanding how they generate diversity is a major goal of evolutionary biology. In Heliconius butterflies, a small number of genes control the ...
       Documento de conferencia. 2017
    • Complex modular architecture around a simple toolkit of wing pattern genes. 

      Van Belleghem, Steven M; Rastas, Pasi; Papanicolaou, Alexie; Martin, Simon H; Arias, Carlos Francisco; Supple, Megan A; Hanly, Joseph J; Mallet, James; Lewis, James J; Hines, Heather M; Ruiz, Mayte; Salazar, Camilo; Linares, Mauricio; Moreira, Gilson R P; Jiggins, Chris D; Counterman, Brian A; McMillan, W Owen; Papa, Riccardo
      Identifying the genomic changes that control morphological variation and understanding how they generate diversity is a major goal of evolutionary biology. In Heliconius butterflies, a small number of genes control the ...
       Documento de conferencia. 2017
    • Correction: taxonomical over splitting in the Rhodnius prolixus (insecta: hemiptera: reduviidae) clade: are R. taquarussuensis (da Rosa et al., 2017) and R. neglectus (Lent, 1954) the same species? 

      Damieli Nascimento, Juliana; Aristeu da Rosa, João; Salgado Roa, Fabian C.; Galindo-Hernández, Carolina; Pardo-Diaz, Carolina; Chaboli Alevi, Kaio Cesar; Ravazi, Amanda; de Oliveira, Jader; Vilela de Azeredo Oliveira,Maria Terc?´lia; Salazar, Camilo; Ramírez, Juan David
      The use of subtle features as species diagnostic traits in taxa with high morphological similarity sometimes fails in discriminating intraspecific variation from interspecific differences, leading to an incorrect species ...
       Artículo. 2019
    • Evolution of novel mimicry rings facilitated by adaptive introgression in tropical butterflies 

      Enciso-Romero, Juan; Pardo-Diaz, Carolina; Martin S.H.; Arias C.F.; Linares, Mauricio; McMillan W.O.; Jiggins C.D.; Salazar, Camilo
      Understanding the genetic basis of phenotypic variation and the mechanisms involved in the evolution of adaptive novelty, especially in adaptive radiations, is a major goal in evolutionary biology. Here, we used whole-genome ...
       Artículo. 2017
    • Evolutionary novelty in a butterfly wing pattern through enhancer shuffling 

      Wallbank, Richard W. R.; Baxter, Simon W.; Pardo-Diaz, Carolina; Hanly, Joseph J.; Martin, Simon H.; Mallet, James; Dasmahapatra, Kanchon K.; Salazar, Camilo; Joron, Mathieu; Nadeau, Nicola; McMillan, W. Owen; Jiggins, Chris D.
      An important goal in evolutionary biology is to understand the genetic changes underlying novel morphological structures. We investigated the origins of a complex wing pattern found among Amazonian Heliconius butterflies. ...
       Artículo. 2016
    • Gene flow and Andean uplift shape the diversification of Gasteracantha cancriformis (Araneae: Araneidae) in Northern South America 

      Salgado-Roa, Fabian C.; Pardo-Diaz, Carolina; Lasso, Eloisa; Arias, Carlos F.; Solferini, Vera Solferini; Salazar, Camilo
      The Andean uplift has played a major role in shaping the current Neotropical biodiversity. However, in arthropods other than butterflies, little is known about how this geographic barrier has impacted species historical ...
       Artículo. 2018
    • Gene flow and the genealogical history of Heliconius heurippa 

      Salazar, Camilo; Jiggins, Chris D; Taylor, Jesse E; Kronforst, Marcus R; Linares, Mauricio
      Background The neotropical butterfly Heliconius heurippa has a hybrid colour pattern, which also contributes to reproductive isolation, making it a likely example of hybrid speciation. Here we used phylogenetic and ...
       Artículo. 2008