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  1. Brelsford, A., D. P. L. Toews, D. E. Irwin. in press. Admixture mapping in a hybrid zone reveals loci associated with avian feather coloration. Proceedings B
  2. Kenyon, H. L., M. Alcaide, D. P. L. Toews, D. E. Irwin. 2017. Cultural isolation is greater than genetic isolation across an avian hybrid zone. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30: 81–95 Link »
  3. Szabo, I., K. Walters, J. Rourke, and D. E. Irwin. 2017. First record of House Swift (Apus nipalensis) in the Americas. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 129: 411-416 Link »
  4. Toews, D. P. L., J. Heavyside, D. E. Irwin. 2017. Linking the wintering and breeding grounds of warblers along the Pacific Flyway. Ecology and Evolution 7: 6649-6658 Link »
  5. Toews, D. P. L., K. E. Delmore, M. M. Osmond, P. D. Taylor, D. E. Irwin. 2017. Migratory orientation in a narrow avian hybrid zone. PeerJ 5: e3201 Link »
  6. Delmore, K. E., D. P. L. Toews, R. R. Germain, G. L. Owens, and D. E. Irwin. 2016. The genetics of seasonal migration and plumage color. Current Biology 26: 2167–2173 Link »
  7. Fernando, S. P., D. E. Irwin, and S. S. Seneviratne. 2016. Phenotypic and genetic analysis support distinct species status of the Red-backed Woodpecker (Lesser Sri Lanka Flameback: Dinopium psarodes) of Sri Lanka. The Auk: Ornithological Advances 133: 497-511 Link »
  8. Grossen, C., S. S. Seneviratne, D. Croll, and D. E. Irwin. 2016. Strong reproductive isolation and narrow genomic tracts of differentiation among three woodpecker species in secondary contact. Molecular Ecology 25: 4247-4266 Link »
  9. Irwin, D. E., D. B. Wake. 2016. Ring species. 3: 467-475 In Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Biology Academic Press
  10. Irwin, D. E., M. Alcaide, K. E. Delmore, J. H. Irwin, G. L. Owens. 2016. Recurrent selection explains parallel evolution of genomic regions of high relative but low absolute differentiation in a ring species. Molecular Ecology 25: 4488-4507 Link »
  11. Seneviratne, S. S., P. Davidson, K. Martin, and D. E. Irwin. 2016. Low levels of hybridization across two contact zones among three species of woodpeckers (Sphyrapicus sapsuckers). Journal of Avian Biology , doi: 10.1111/jav.00946 Link »
  12. Toews, D. P. L., A. Brelsford, B. Mila, C. Grossen, and D. E. Irwin. 2016. Genomic variation across the yellow-rumped warbler species complex. The Auk: Ornithological Advances 133: 698-717 Link »
  13. Delmore, K. E., H. L. Kenyon, R. R. Germain, and D. E. Irwin. 2015. Phenotypic divergence during speciation is inversely associated with differences in seasonal migration. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 282: 20151921 Link »
  14. Delmore, K. E., S. Hübner, N. C. Kane, R. Schuster, R. L. Andrew, F. Câmara, R. Guigo, D. E. Irwin. 2015. Genomic analysis of a migratory divide reveals candidate genes for migration and implicates selective sweeps in generating islands of differentiation. Molecular Ecology 24: 1873-1888 Link »
  15. Lee-Yaw, J. A., D. E. Irwin. 2015. The importance (or lack thereof) of niche divergence to the maintenance of a northern species complex: the case of the long-toed salamander (Ambystoma macrodactylum Baird). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28: 917-930 Link »
  16. Lee-Yaw, J. A., T. Sechley, D. E. Irwin. 2015. Conflicting effects of microhabitat on long-toed salamander (Ambystoma macrodactylum) movement: implications for landscape connectivity. Canadian Journal of Zoology 93: 1-7 Link »
  17. Alcaide, M., E. S. C. Scordato, T. D. Price, D. E. Irwin. 2014. Genomic divergence in a ring species complex. Nature 511: 83-85 Link »
  18. Delmore, K. E., D. E. Irwin. 2014. Hybrid songbirds employ intermediate routes in a migratory divide. Ecology Letters 17: 1211-1218 Link »
  19. Lee-Yaw, J. A., C. G. C. Jacobs, D. E. Irwin. 2014. Individual performance in relation to cytonuclear discordance in a northern contact zone between long-toed salamander (Ambystoma macrodactylum) lineages. Molecular Ecology 23: 4590-4602 Link »
  20. Szabo, I., S. Cavaghan, G. Hurley, D. E. Irwin. 2014. A call for the preservation of images, recordings, and other data in association with avian genetic samples, and the introduction of a solution: OMBIRDS. The Auk: Ornithological Advances 131: 321-326 Link »
  21. Toews, D. P. L., A. Brelsford, and D. E. Irwin. 2014. Isotopic variation across the Audubon's–myrtle warbler hybrid zone. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27: 1179-1191 Link »
  22. Toews, D. P. L., M. Mandic, J. G. Richards, D. E. Irwin. 2014. Migration, mitochondria and the yellow-rumped warbler. Evolution 68: 241-255 Link »
  23. Paxton, K., M. Yau, F. Moore, and D. E. Irwin. 2013. Differential migratory timing of western populations of Wilson’s Warbler (Cardellina pusilla) revealed by mitochondrial DNA and stable isotopes. Auk 130: 689-698 Link »
  24. Delmore, K. E., J. W. Fox, D. E. Irwin. 2012. Dramatic intraspecific differences in migratory routes, stopover sites and wintering areas revealed using light-level geolocators. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 279: 4582-4589 Link »
  25. Irwin, D. E. 2012. Culture in songbirds and its contribution to the evolution of new species. pp. 163-178 In Creating Consilience: Integrating the Sciences and the Humanities (E. Slingerland and M. Collard, eds.). Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  26. Irwin, D. E. 2012. Local adaptation along smooth ecological gradients causes phylogeographic breaks and phenotypic clustering. American Naturalist 180: 35-49 Link »
  27. Irwin, D. E.. 2012. A novel approach for finding ring species: look for barriers rather than rings. BMC Biology 10: 21 (invited Commentary) Link »
  28. Irwin, D.E. 2012. Look northward to the boreal, the home of many migrating birds. Frontiers of Biogeography 4: 99-101 (invited book review)
  29. Lee-Yaw, J .A., D. E. Irwin. 2012. Large geographic range size reflects a patch-work of divergent lineages in the Long-Toed Salamander (Ambystoma macrodactylum). Journal of Evolutionary Biology , online Early View Link »
  30. Seneviratne, S. S., D. P. L. Toews, A. Brelsford, D. E. Irwin. 2012. Concordance of genetic and phenotypic characters across a sapsucker hybrid zone. Journal of Avian Biology 43: 119-130 Link »
  31. Brelsford, A., B. Milá, D. E. Irwin. 2011. Hybrid origin of Audubon’s warbler. Molecular Ecology 20: 2380-2389 Link »
  32. Irwin, D. E., J. H. Irwin, T. B. Smith. 2011. Genetic variation and seasonal migratory connectivity in Wilson’s Warblers (Wilsonia pusilla): species-level differences in nuclear DNA between western and eastern populations. Molecular Ecology 20: 3102-3115 Link »
  33. Kenyon, H. L., D. P. L. Toews, D. E. Irwin. 2011. Can song discriminate between MacGillivray’s and Mourning warblers in a narrow hybrid zone? Condor 113: 655-663 Link »
  34. Rohwer, S., D. E. Irwin. 2011. Molt, orientation, and avian speciation. The Auk 128: 419-425 Link »
  35. Toews, D. P. L., A. Brelsford, D. E. Irwin. 2011. Hybridization between Townsend’s and black-throated green warblers in an avian suture zone. Journal of Avian Biology 42: 434-446 Link »
  36. Brelsford, A., D. E. Irwin. 2009. Incipient speciation despite little assortative mating: the yellow-rumped warbler hybrid zone. Evolution 63: 3050-3060 Link »
  37. Irwin, D. E.. 2009. Perspective: Incipient ring speciation revealed by a migratory divide. Molecular Ecology 18: 2923-2925 Link »
  38. Irwin, D. E.. 2009. Speciation: new migratory direction provides route toward divergence. Current Biology 19: R1111-R1113 Link »
  39. Irwin, D. E., A. Brelsford, D. P. L. Toews, C. MacDonald, M. Phinney. 2009. Extensive hybridization in a contact zone between MacGillivray’s and mourning warblers (Oporornis tolmiei and O. philadelphia) detected using molecular and morphometric analyses. Journal of Avian Biology 40: 539-552 Link »
  40. Irwin, D. E., A. S. Rubtsov, E. N. Panov. 2009. Mitochondrial introgression and replacement between yellowhammers (Emberiza citrinella) and pine buntings (E. leucocephalos; Aves, Passeriformes). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 98: 422-438 Link »
  41. Rush, A., R. C. Cannings, D. E. Irwin. 2009. Analysis of multilocus DNA reveals hybridization in a contact zone between Empidonax flycatchers. Journal of Avian Biology 40: 614-624 Link »
  42. Irwin, D.E., M.P. Thimgan, and J.H. Irwin. 2008. Call divergence is correlated with geographic and genetic distance in greenish warblers (Phylloscopus trochiloides): a strong role for stochasticity in signal evolution? Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21: 435-448. Link »
  43. Toews, D.P.L., and D.E. Irwin. 2008. Cryptic speciation in a Holarctic passerine revealed by genetic and bioacoustic analyses. Molecular Ecology 17: 2691-2705 Link »
  44. Irwin, D.E., and M. Hellström. 2007. Green Warbler Phylloscopus (trochiloides) nitidus recorded at Ottenby, Öland: a first record for Scandinavia. Ornis Svecica 17: 75-80 Link »
  45. Irwin, D.E., and J.H. Irwin. 2005. Siberian migratory divides: the role of seasonal migration in speciation. pp. 27-40 In Birds of Two Worlds: The Ecology and Evolution of Migration Johns Hopkins University Press Link »
  46. Irwin, D.E., S. Bensch, J.H. Irwin, and T.D. Price. 2005. Speciation by distance in a ring species. Science 307: 414-416 Link »
  47. Irwin, D.E., and J.H. Irwin. 2004. Speciation in a ring: the role of song. pp. 204 In Nature’s Music: the Science of Birdsong Academic Press
  48. Price, T.D., A. Qvarnström, and D.E. Irwin. 2003. The role of phenotypic plasticity in driving genetic evolution. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 270: 1433-1440 Link »
  49. Bensch, S., S. Åkesson, and D.E. Irwin. 2002. The use of AFLP to find an informative SNP: genetic differences across a migratory divide in willow warblers. Molecular Ecology 11: 2359-2366 Link »
  50. Irwin, D.E. 2002. Phylogeographic breaks without geographic barriers to gene flow. Evolution 56: 2383-2394 Link »
  51. Irwin, D.E. 2002. Ring species: unusual demonstrations of speciation. ActionBioscience Link »
  52. Irwin, D.E., and J.H. Irwin. 2002. Circular overlaps: rare demonstrations of speciation. Auk 119: 596-602 Link »
  53. Åkesson, S., S. Bensch, A. Hedenström, and D.E. Irwin. 2002. Blowfly Trypocalliphora braueri (Diptera: Calliphoridae) larvae infestation in Willow Warblers Phylloscopus trochilus breeding in a hybrid zone. Ornis Svecica 12: 83-88
  54. Irwin, D.E., J.H. Irwin, and T.D. Price. 2001. Ring species as bridges between microevolution and speciation. Genetica 112-113: 223-243 Link »
  55. Irwin, D.E., P. Alström, U. Olsson, and Z.M. Benowitz-Fredericks. 2001. Cryptic species in the genus Phylloscopus (Old World leaf warblers). Ibis 143: 233-247 Link »
  56. Irwin, D.E., S. Bensch, and T.D. Price. 2001. Speciation in a ring. Nature 409: 333-337 Link »
  57. Irwin, D.E. 2000. Song variation in an avian ring species. Evolution 54: 998-1010 Link »
  58. Irwin, D.E., and T. Price. 1999. Sexual imprinting, learning and speciation. Heredity 82: 347-354 Link »