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Grummer, J.A., M.C. Whitlock, P.M. Schulte, and E.B. Taylor. 2021. Growth genes are implicated in the evolutionary divergence of sympatric piscivorous and insectivorous rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). BMC Ecol. Evol. 21:63. Read it HERE.

Taylor, E.B., R. Chudnow, I. Spendlow, R. Pillapow, and B. van Poorten. 2021. Microsatellite DNA analysis of overwintering bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) and its implications for harvest regulation and habitat management. Fisheries Management and Ecology, In press, Dec. 2020.

Zinn, K., J. Rosenfeld, and E.B. Taylor. 2021. Effects of water flow, water quality, and hypoxia on Threatened Salish sucker (Catostomus sp. cf. catostomus) and juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. Read it HERE.


Christensen, K.A., Rondeau, E.B., Minkley, D.R., Sakhrani, D., Biagi, C.A., Flores, A.M., Withler, R.E., Pavey, S.A., Beacham, T.D., Godin, T., Taylor, E.B., Russello, M.A., Devlin, R.H., and B.F. Koop 2020. The sockeye salmon genome, transcriptome, and analyses identifying population defining regions of the genome. PloS one, 15(10), p.e0240935. Read it HERE

Weiss, S.J, E.B. Taylor, and eight co-authors. 2020. Global Review: Species distributions, conservation assessments, and mitogenomic analysis of graylings (Thymallus spp.). Organisms, Diversity and Evolution, In press, Sept. 2020.

Melnik, N., G. Markevich, E.B. Taylor, A. Loktyushukin, and E. Esin. 2020. Evidence for divergence between sympatric stone charr and Dolly Varden along unique environmental gradients in Kamchatka. J. Zool. Systematics Evol. Res. Published online Feb 03, 2020. DOI: 10.1111/jzs.12367

Taylor, E.B. 2020. Fishes of the Salish Sea (by T.W. Pietsch and J.W. Orr). Heritage House Publishing. Invited book review. Trans. Am. Fish Soc. 149:421-421.


Colella, J.P., S.L. Talbot, C. Broshman, E.B. Taylor, E.P. Hoberg, and J.A. Cook 2019. Conservation genomics in a changing Arctic. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 35: 149-162. Read it HERE

Taylor, E.B. C. Foley, and M. Neufeld. 2019. Genetic mixture analysis in support of restoration of a high value recreational fishery for rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) from a large lake in interior British Columbia. Conservation Genetics 20:891-902. Read it HERE

Bay, R.A., E.B. Taylor, and D. Schluter. 2019. Selection and introgression on introduced alleles in a native species. Molecular Ecology 28: 2802-2813. Read it HERE

Grummer, J.A., L.B. Beheregaray, L. Bernatchez, B.K. Hand, G. Luikart, Gordon, S. Narum, and E.B. Taylor. 2019. Landscape genomics and understanding environmental effects on genetic variation in aquatic systems. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 34:641-654. Read it HERE

Rudolfsen, T.R., Ruppert, J.L.W., Taylor, E.B., Davis, C.S. Watkinson, D., and Poesch, M.S., 2019. Habitat use and hybridization between Rocky Mountain Sculpin (Cottus sp.) and Slimy Sculpin (Cottus cognatus). Freshwater Biology 64:391-404. Read it HERE


Fukui, S., S.L. May-McNally, E.B. Taylor, and I. Koizumi. 2018. Maladaptive secondary sexual characteristics reduce the reproductive success of hybrids between native and non-native salmonids Ecology and Evolution 8:12173-12182. Read it HERE.

Lecaudey, L.A, U.K. Schliewen, A.G. Osinov, E.B. Taylor, L. Bernatchez, and S.J. Weiss. 2018. Inferring phylogenetic structure, hybridization and divergence times within Salmoninae (Teleostei: Salmonidae) using RAD-sequencing. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 124:82-99. Read it HERE.

Taylor, E.B., and R.S. Piercey. 2018. Going, going, gone: evidence for loss of an endemic species pair of threespine sticklebacks (Gasterosteus aculeatus) with implications for protection under species-at-risk legislation. Conservation Genetics 19:297-308. Read it HERE.

Siegle, M.R, E.B. Taylor, and M.I. O’Connor. 2018. Prior heat accumulation reduces survival during subsequent experimental heat waves. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 501:109-117. Read it HERE.


Ruppert, J.L.W., James, P.M.A, Taylor, E.B., Rudolfsen, T. Veillard, M., Davis, C., Watkinson, D. and M. Poesch. 2017. Riverscape genetic structure of a threatened and dispersal limited freshwater species, the Rocky Mountain Sculpin (Cottus sp.). Conservation Genetics 18: 925–937.


Taylor, E.B. 2015. The Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) “complex” in North America revisited. Hydrobiologica. 783:283–293. Read it HERE

Dennert, A., S.L. May-McNally, M. Bond, T.P Quinn, and E.B. Taylor. 2016. The ecology of co-existence: trophic niches, feeding morphology, and migratory life-history of sympatric Dolly Varden (Salvelinus malma) and Arctic char (S. alpinus). Can. J. Zool. 94: 529-539. Read it HERE.

Penaluna, B.E., E.B. Taylor and 21 co-authors. 2016. Conservation of Native Pacific Trout Diversity in Western North America. Fisheries 41: 286-300. Read it HERE.

Crossman, C.A., E.B. Taylor, and L.G. Barrett-Lennard. 2016. Hybridization in the Cetacea: widespread occurrence and associated morphological, behavioral, and ecological factors. Ecology and Evolution. 6: 1293-1303. doi: 10.1002/ece3.1913. Read it HERE


Ruskey, J.A., and E.B. Taylor. 2015. Morphological and genetic analysis of sympatric dace within the Rhinichthys cataractae species complex: a case of isolation lost. Biol. J. Linn. Soc. 116: Read it HERE.

Moreira, A.L., and E.B. Taylor. 2015. The origin and genetic divergence of “black” kokanee, a novel reproductive ecotype of Oncorhynchus nerka. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72:1584-1595. Read it HERE.

Taylor, E.B., and S.L. May-McNally. 2015 Genetic analysis of Dolly Varden (Salvelinus malma) across its North American range: evidence for a contact zone in southcentral Alaska. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72: 1048-1057. Read it HERE.

May-McNally, S.L., T.P. Quinn, P.J. Woods, and E.B. Taylor. 2015a. Evidence for genetic distinction among sympatric ecotypes of Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) in south-western Alaskan lakes. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 24:564-572. Read it HERE.

May-McNally, S.L., T.P. Quinn, and E.B. Taylor. 2015b. Low levels of hybridization between sympatric Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) and Dolly Varden char (Salvelinus malma) highlights their genetic distinctiveness and ecological segregation. Ecology and Evolution 5(15): 3031-3045. Read it HERE.

Taylor, E.B., J.D. McPhail, and J.A. Ruskey. 2015. Phylogeography of the longnose dace ( Rhinichthys cataractae ) species group in northwestern North America — the Nooksack dace problem. Canadian Journal of Zoology 93:: 727-734. Read it HERE.

Harris L.N., L. Chavarie, R. Bajno, K.L. Howland, S.H. Wiley, W.M. Tonn and E.B. Taylor. 2014.Evolution and origin of sympatric shallow-water morphotypes of lake trout, Salvelinus namaycush, in Canada’s Great Bear Lake. Heredity 114: 94-106. Read it HERE.


Yau, M.M. and E.B. Taylor. 2014. Cold tolerance performance of westslope cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii lewisi) and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and its potential role in influencing interspecific hybridization. Canadian Journal of Zoology 92: 777-784. Read it HERE.

Dick, S., J.B. Shurin, and E.B. Taylor. 2014. Replicate divergence within and between sounds in a marine fish: the copper rockfish (Sebastes caurinus). Molecular Ecology 23: 575-590. Read it HERE.

Taylor, E.B., M.M. Yau, and A.B. Mattock. 2014. Population structure in three species of co-distributed salmonid fishes in the Peace River and tributaries near a major proposed hydro-electirc development in northeastern British Columbia, Canada. River Research and Applications 30: 1120-1133. Read it HERE.


Taylor, E.B. 2012. Changes to Canada's Fisheries Act and what it means for freshwater biodiversity. Discovery 41: 50-55. Read it HERE.

Moore, J-S., L.N. Harris, R.F. Tallman, and E.B. Taylor. 2013. The interplay between dispersal and gene flow in anadromous Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus): implications for potential for local adaptation. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70: 1327-1338. Read it HERE

Siegle MR, Taylor EB, Miller KM, Withler RE, Yamanaka KL. 2013. Subtle Population Genetic Structure in Yelloweye Rockfish (Sebastes ruberrimus) Is Consistent with a Major Oceanographic Division in British Columbia, Canada. PLoS ONE 8(8): e71083. Read it HERE

Taylor, E.B., and S. Pinkus. 2013. The effects of lead agency, nongovernmental organizations, and recovery team membership on the identification of critical habitat for species at risk: insights from the Canadian experience. Environmental Reviews 21: 93-102. Read it HERE.

Yau, M.M. and E.B. Taylor 2013. Environmental and anthropogenic correlates of hybridization between westslope cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii lewisi) and introduced rainbow trout (O. mykiss). Conservation Genetics 14: 885-900. Read it HERE.

Taylor, E.B., C-A. Darveau, and P.M. Schulte. 2013. Setting conservation priorities in a widespread species: phylogeographic and physiological variation in the lake chub, Couesius plumbeus (Pisces: Cyprinidae). Diversity 5: 149-165. Read it HERE.

Harris, L.N., K.L. Howland, M.W. Kowalchuk, R. Bajno, M.M. Lindsay, and E.B. Taylor. 2013. Microsatellite and mtDNA analysis of lake trout, Salvelinus namaycush, from Great Bear Lake, Northwest Territories: impacts of historical and contemporary evolutionary forces on Arctic ecosystems. Ecology and Evolution 3: 145-161. Read it HERE.

Nowosad, D. and E.B. Taylor 2013. Habitat variation and invasive species as factors influencing the distribution of native fishes in the lower Fraser River Valley, British Columbia, with an emphasis on brassy minnow (Hybognathus hankinsoni). Can. J. Zool. 91: 71-81. Read it HERE.


Taylor, E.B. 2012. The Beaty Biodiversity Museum at UBC: An experiment in curation, research, and public outreach. Proceedings of APRU Research Symposium on University Museums: Forming a University Museum Collection Network as the Core of Frontier Research. Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan, pp. 65-68. Read it HERE. The talk given at the symposium (and other talks about university-based museums) can be viewed HERE.

Gowell, C.P., T.P. Quinn, and E.B. Taylor 2012. Coexistence and origin of trophic ecotypes of pygmy whitefish, Prosopium coulterii, in a south-western Alaskan lake. J Evol Biol 58: 2432-2448. Read it HERE.

Velema, G.J, J.R. Rosenfeld, and E.B. Taylor. 2012. Effects of invasive American signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus) on the reproductive behaviour of threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus ) sympatric species pairs. Can. J. Zool. 90: 1328-1338. HERE

Darveau, C., E.B. Taylor and P.M. Schulte. 2012. Thermal physiology of warm spring colonists: variation among Lake Chub (Cyprinidae: Couesius plumbeus) populations. Physiol. Biochem. Zool. 85: 607-617. Read it HERE.

Taylor, E.B., C. Gerlinsky, N. Farrell, and J.L. Gow. 2012. A test of hybrid growth distadvantage in wild, free-ranging species pairs of threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) and its implications for ecological speciation. Evolution 66: 240-251. Read it HERE.

Taylor, E.B., L.N. Harris, E.K. Spice, and M.F. Docker. 2012. Microsatellite DNA analysis of parapatric lamprey (Entosphenus spp.) populations: implications for evolution, taxonomy and conservation of a Canadian endemic. Can. J. Zool. 90: 291-303. Read it HERE.

McKinnon, J., and E.B. Taylor 2012. Species choked and blended. Nature Research News and Views. 482: 313-314. Read it HERE.


Taylor, E.B., J.L. Gow, J. Witt, and R. Zemlak. 2011. Connectivity among populations of pygmy whitefish (Prosopium coulterii) in northwestern North America inferred from microsatellite DNA analyses. Canadian Journal of Zoology 88: 255-266. Read it HERE.

Witt, J., R. Zemlak, and E.B. Taylor. 2011. Phylogeography and the origins of range disjunctions in a north temperate fish, the pygmy whitefish (Prosopium coluterii) inferred from mitochondrial and nuclear DNA sequence analysis. J. Biogeography, 38: 1557-1569. Read it HERE

Mee, J., C. Brauner, and E.B. Taylor. 2011. Repeat swimming performance and its implications for inferring the relative fitness of asexual hybrid dace (Pisces: Phoxinus) and their sexually reproducing parental species. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 84: 306-315. Read it HERE.

Taylor, E.B., P. Tamkee, E. Keeley, and E. Parkinson. 2011. Conservation prioritization in widespread species: the use of genetic and morphological data to assess population distinctiveness in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) from British Columbia, Canada. Evolutionary Applications 4: 100-115. Read it HERE.

Fraser, D.J., L.K. Weir, L. Bernatchez, M.M. Hansen, and E.B. Taylor. 2011. Extent and scale of local adaptation in salmonid fishes: review and meta-analysis. Heredity 106: 404-420. Read it HERE.


Richardson, J.S., E.B. Taylor, D. Schluter, M. Pearson, and T. Hatfield. 2010. Do riparian zones qualify as critical habitat for freshwater fishes? Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 67: 1197-1204. (Perspectives article). Read it HERE.

Warnock, W.G., J.B. Rasmussen, and E.B. Taylor. 2010. Genetic clustering methods reveal bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) fine-scale population structure as a spatially nested hierarchy. Cons. Genetics 11: 1421-1433. Read it HERE.

Northrup, S., Connor, M., and Taylor, E.B. 2010. Population structure of lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush) in a large glacial-fed lake inferred from microsatellite DNA and morphological analysis. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 67: 1171–1186. Read it HERE.

Taylor, E.B. 2010. Changes in taxonomy and species distributions and their influence on estimates of homogenization and differentiation in freshwater fish faunas. Diversity and Distributions 16: 676-689. Read it HERE.

Tamkee, P., E.A. Parkinson, and E.B. Taylor. 2010. The influence of Wisconsinan glaciation and contemporary stream hydrology on microsatellite DNA variation in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 67: 919-935. Read it HERE.

Harris, L.N. and E.B. Taylor. 2010. Population structure of broad whitefish, Coregonus nasus (Pallas), from the Mackenzie River system, Northwest Territories: evolutionary inferences and conservation implications for subsistence fishery management. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci 67: 905-918. Read it HERE.

Harris, L.N., and E.B. Taylor. 2010. Pleistocene glaciations and contemporary genetic variation in a Beringian fish, the broad whitefish, Coregonus nasus (Pallas): inferences from microsatellite DNA variation. J. Evol. Biol. 23: 72-86. Read it HERE.


McPhail, J.D., and E.B. Taylor. 2009. The phylogeography of the longnose dace (Rhinichthys cataractae) species group in northwestern North America - the origin and evolution of the Umpqua and Millicoma dace. Can. J. Zool. 87: 491-497. Read it HERE.

Ilves, K. and E.B. Taylor. 2009. Molecular resolution of systematics of the Northern Hemisphere smelt family Osmeridae and evidence for homoplasy of morphological characters. Mol. Phylo. Evol. 50: 163-178. Read it HERE.


Jelks, H.L., S.J. Walsh, N.M. Burkhead, E.B. Taylor, et al. 2008. Conservation status of imperiled North American freshwater and diadromous fishes. Fisheries 33: 327-407. Read it HERE.

Taylor, E.B., E. Lowery, A. Lilliestrale, A. Elz, and T.P. Quinn. 2008. Genetic analysis of sympatric char populations in western Alaska: Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) and Dolly Varden (Salvelinus malma) are not two sides of the same coin. J. Evol. Biol. 21: 1609–1625. Read it HERE.

Hubert N, Hanner R, Holm E, Mandrak NE, Taylor E, et al. 2008. Identifying Canadian Freshwater Fishes through DNA Barcodes. PLoS ONE 3(6): e2490.(plus appendices). Read it HERE.

Ilves, K.L. and E.B. Taylor. 2008. Evolutionary and biogeographical patterns within the smelt genus Hypomesus in the North Pacific Ocean. J. Biogeography 35: 48-64. Read it HERE.


Gow, J.L., C.A. Peichel, and E.B. Taylor. 2007. Ecological selection against hybrids in natural populations of sympatric threespine sticklebacks. J. Evol. Biol. 20: 2173-2180. Read it HERE.

Ilves, K.L. and E.B. Taylor. 2007. Are Hypomesus chishimaensis and H. nipponensis (Osmeridae) distinct species? A molecular assessment using comparative sequence data from five genes. Copeia 2007(1): 180-185. Read it HERE.

Keeley, E.R., Parkinson, E.A., and E.B. Taylor. 2007. The origins of ecotypic variation of rainbow trout: a test of environmental vs. genetically based differences in morphology. J. Evol. Biol. 20: 725–736. Read it HERE.

Taylor, E.B., P. Tamkee, G. Sterling, and W. Hughson. 2007. Microsatellite DNA analysis of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) from western Alberta, Canada: native status and evolutionary distinctiveness of ‘‘Athabasca’’ rainbow trout. Conservation Genetics, 8: 1-15. Read it HERE.


Gow, J.L., K. Peichel, and E.B. Taylor. 2006. Contrasting hybridization rates between sympatric three-spined sticklebacks highlight the fragility of reproductive barriers between evolutionarily young species. Molecular Ecology 15: 739-752. Read it HERE.

Taylor, E.B. and A.B. Costello. 2006. Microsatellite DNA analysis of coastal populations of bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) in British Columbia: zoogeographic implications and its application to recreational fishery management. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 63: 1157–1171. Read it HERE.

Taylor, E.B., J. W. Boughman, M. Groenenboom, D. Schluter, M. Sniatynski, and J.L. Gow. 2006. Speciation in reverse: morphological and genetic evidence of the collapse of a three-spined stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) species pair. Molecular Ecology 15: 343-355. Read it HERE. Read the Current Biology Dispatch on this research.

Heggenes, J., Beere, M., Tamkee, P. and Taylor, E.B., 2006. Genetic diversity in steelhead before and after conservation hatchery operation in a coastal, boreal river. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 135(1):251-267. Read it HERE.


Keeley, E.R., Parkinson, E.A., and E.B. Taylor. 2005. Ecotypic differentiation of native rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) populations from British Columbia. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 62: 1523–1539. Read it HERE.

Rubidge, E.M. and E.B. Taylor. 2005. An analysis of spatial and environmental factors influencing hybridization between native westslope cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii lewisi) and introduced rainbow trout (O. mykiss) in the upper Kootenay River drainage, British Columbia. Conservation Genetics. 6: 369-384. Read it HERE.


Taylor, E.B. 2004. Evolution in mixed company: evolutionary inferences from studies of natural hybridization in Salmonidae. Pp. 232-263. In A.P. Hendry and S. Stearns, eds. Evolution Illuminated. Salmon and their Relatives. Oxford University Press, Oxford. Read it HERE.

Hendry, A.P. and E.B. Taylor. 2004. How much of the variation in adaptive divergence can be explained by gene flow? An evaluation using lake-stream stickleback pairs. Evolution 58: 2319-2331. Read it HERE.

Johnson, L.J. and E.B. Taylor. 2004. The distribution of divergent mitochondrial DNA lineages of threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) in the northeastern Pacific Basin: postglacial dispersal and lake accessibility. J. Biogeography 31: 10-73-1083. Read it HERE.

Stamford, M.D. and E.B. Taylor. 2004. Phylogeographical lineages of North American Arctic grayling (Thymallus arcticus): divergence, origins, and affinities with Eurasian Thymallus. Molecular Ecology, 13: 1533-1549. Read it HERE.

Taylor, E.B. 2004. An analysis of homogenization and differentiation of Canadian freshwater fish faunas with an emphasis on British Columbia. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 61(1): 68-79. Read it HERE.

Hoysak, D.J, N.R. Liley, and E.B. Taylor. 2004. Raffles, roles, and the outcome of sperm competition in sockeye salmon. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 82: 1017-1024. Read it HERE.

Rubidge, E. and E.B. Taylor. 2004. Hybrid zone structure and the potential role of selection in hybridizing populations of native westslope cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarki lewisi) and introduced rainbow trout (O. mykiss). Molecular Ecology, 13: 3735-3749. Read it HERE.


Taylor, E.B., M.D. Stamford, and J.S. Baxter. 2003. Population subdivision in westslope cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarki lewisi) at the northern periphery of its range: evolutionary inferences and conservation implications. Molecular Ecology, 12: 2609-2622. Read it HERE.

Costello, A.B., T. Down, S. Pollard, C.J. Pacas, and E.B. Taylor. 2003. The influence of history and contemporary stream hydrology on the evolution of genetic diversity within species: an examination of microsatellite DNA variation in bull trout, Salvelinus confluentus (Pisces: Salmonidae). Evolution 57: 328-344. Read it HERE.

Redenbach, Z. and E.B. Taylor. 2003. Evidence for bimodal hybrid zones between two species of char (Salvelinus) in northwestern North America. J. Evol. Biol., 16(6): 1135-1148. Read it HERE.


Redenbach, Z. and E.B. Taylor. 2002. Evidence for historical introgression along a contact zone between two species of char (Pisces: Salmonidae) in northwestern North America. Evolution 56: 1021-1035. Read it HERE.

Hendry, A.P., E.B. Taylor and J.D. McPhail. 2002. Adaptive divergence and the balance between selection and gene flow: lake and stream stickleback in the Misty system. Evolution 56: 1199-1216. Read it HERE.


Rubidge, E., P. Corbett, and E.B. Taylor. 2001. A molecular analysis of hybridization between native westslope cutthroat trout and introduced rainbow trout in southeastern British Columbia, Canada. J. Fish Biol. 59 (Suppl. A): 42-54. Read it HERE.

Hagen, J. and E.B. Taylor. 2001. Resource partitioning as a factor limiting gene flow in hybridizing populations of Dolly Vardern char (Salvelinus malma) and bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 58: 2037-2047. Read it HERE.

Taylor, E.B., Redenbach, Z., Costello, A.B., Pollard, S.M., and C.J. Pacas. 2001. Nested analysis of genetic diversity in northwestern North American char, Dolly Varden (Salvelinus malma) and bull trout (S. confluentus). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 58: 406-420. Read it HERE.


Taylor, E.B., Kuiper, A., Troffe, P.M., Hoysak, D.J., and S.J. Pollard. 2000. Variation in developmental biology and microsatellite DNA in reproductive ecotypes of kokanee (Oncorhynchus nerka): implications for declining populations in a large British Columbia lake. Conservation Genetics 1: 231-249.

Taylor, E.B. & J.D. McPhail. 2000. Historical contingency and determinism interact to prime speciation in sticklebacks. Proc. Roy. Soc. Lond. Series B: 267: 2375-2384. Read it HERE.

Volpe, J., E.B. Taylor, D.W. Rimmer, and B. Glickman. 2000. Evidence of natural reproduction of aquaculture escaped Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in a coastal British Columbia river. Cons. Biol. 14: 899-903.


Taylor, E.B. 1999. Species pairs of north temperate freshwater fishes: evolution, taxonomy, and conservation. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 9: 299-334. Read it HERE.

Taylor, E.B., and J.D. McPhail. 1999. Evolutionary history of an adaptive radiation in species pairs of threespine sticklebacks (Gasterosteus): insights from mitochondrial DNA. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 66: 271-289. Read it HERE.

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