Lackey, ACR, MP Moore, J Doyle, N Gerlanc, A Hagan, M Geile, C Eden, and HH Whiteman. 2019. Lifetime fitness, sex-specific life history, and the maintenance of a polyphenism. The American Naturalist 194: 230-245. link, lay summary
Tinghitella, RM*, ACR Lackey*, M Martin*, PD Dijkstra, JP Drury, R Heathcote, J Keagy, ESC Scordato, and AM Tyers. 2018. On the role of male competition in speciation: A review and research agenda. Behavioral Ecology 29: 783-797. Invited Review link
* co-first authors
Tinghitella, RM, ACR Lackey, M Martin, PD Dijkstra, JP Drury, R Heathcote, J Keagy, ESC Scordato, and AM Tyers. in press. A major player need not be the only player in speciation: a response to comments on Tinghitella et al. Behavioral Ecology. 29: 802-803. link, pdf
Lackey, ACR, RM Tinghitella, MD Martin. 2018. Male competition and speciation: expanding our
framework for speciation by sexual selection. Current Zoology 64: 69-73. Invited editorial as guest editor of special column link, pdf, Open access link to special column
Lackey, ACR and JW Boughman. 2017. Evolution of reproductive isolation in stickleback fish.
Evolution 71: 357-372. F1000 Recommended link, pdf
News coverage: Digest: On the temporal evolution of reproductive isolation
Lackey, ACR and JW Boughman. 2014. Female discrimination against heterospecific mates does not depend on mating habitat. Behavioral Ecology 25: 1256-1267. link, pdf
Lackey, ACR and JW Boughman. 2013. Loss of sexual isolation in a hybridizing stickleback species pair. Current Zoology 59: 591-603. link, pdf
Lackey, ACR and JW Boughman. 2013. Divergent sexual selection via male competition: ecology is key. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26: 1611-1624. Editor’s choice article link
Kozak GM, ML Head, ACR Lackey and JW Boughman. 2013. Sequential mate choice and sexual isolation in threespine stickleback species. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26: 130-140. link
Pfennig KS, AJ Chunco and ACR Lackey. 2007. Ecological selection and hybrid fitness: hybrids succeed on parental resources. Evolutionary Ecology Research 9: 341-354. link
If you need access to any of these articles, please feel free to email me.