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Calderón-Acevedo CA, Bagley JC, Muchhala N (2022) Genome-wide ultraconserved elements resolve phylogenetic relationships and biogeographic history among Neotropical leaf-nosed bats in the genus Anoura (Phyllostomidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 167, 107356. Available online 10 November 2021. HTML
Bagley JC, Aquino PPU, Hrbek T, Hernandez S, Langeani F, Colli GR (in review) Using ddRAD-seq phylogeography to test for genetic effects of headwater river capture in suckermouth armored catfish (Loricariidae: Hypostomus) from the central Brazilian Shield. Molecular Ecology.
Menon M, Bagley JC, Page G, Whipple AV, Schoettle AW, Still C, Wehenkel C, Waring K, Flores-Rentería L, Cushman SA, Eckert AJ (in revision). Adaptive evolution in a conifer hybrid zone is driven by a mosaic of introgressed and standing genetic variants. Communications Biology.
Bagley JC, Heming NM, Gutiérrez EE, Devisetty UK, Mock KE, Eckert AJ, Strauss SH (2020) Genotyping-by-sequencing and ecological niche modeling illuminate phylogeography, admixture, and Pleistocene range dynamics in quaking aspen (Populus tremuloides). Ecology and Evolution.
Bagley JC, Uribe-Convers S, Carlsen M, Muchhala N (2020) Utility of targeted sequence capture for phylogenomics in rapid, recent angiosperm radiations: Neotropical Burmeistera bellflowers as a case study. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. Available online.
Menon M, Landguth E, Saenz AL, Bagley JC, Schoettle A, Wehenkel CA, Cushman S, Waring K, Eckert AJ (2019). Tracing the footprints of a moving hybrid zone under a demographic history of speciation with gene flow. Evolutionary Applications, 1-15. HTML
Bagley JC, Aquino PPU, Breitman MF, Hrbek T, Langeani F, Colli GR (2019). DNA barcode and minibarcode identification of freshwater fishes from Cerrado headwater streams in central Brazil. Journal of Fish Biology, 95, 1046-1060. HTML
Bagley JC, Hickerson M, Johnson JB (2018) Testing hypotheses of diversification in Panamanian frogs and freshwater fishes using hierarchical approximate Bayesian computation with model averaging. Diversity, 10, 120. HTML
Bagley JC, Mayden RL, Harris PM (2018) Phylogeny and divergence times of suckers (Cypriniformes: Catostomidae) inferred from Bayesian total-evidence analyses of molecules, morphology, and fossils. PeerJ, 6, e5168. HTML
Menon M, Bagley JC, Friedline C, Whipple A, Schoettle A, Sáenz AL, Wehenkel CA, Flores-Renteria LH, Sneizko R, Cushman S, Waring K, Eckert AJ (2018) The role of hybridization during ecological divergence between southwestern white pine, Pinus strobiformis, and limber pine, P. flexilis. Molecular Ecology, 27, 1245-1260.
Breitman MF, Domingos FMCB, Bagley JC, Wiederhecker HC, Ferrari TB, Cavalcante VHGL, et al. (2018) New species of Enyalius (Squamata: Leiosauridae) endemic to the Brazilian Cerrado, with comments on how to improve the practice of taxonomy. Herpetologica, 74(4), 355-369. HTML
Bagley JC, Matamoros WA, McMahan CD, Tobler M, Chakrabarty P, Johnson JB (2016) Phylogeography and species delimitation in convict cichlids (Cichlidae: Amatitlania): implications for taxonomy and Plio–Pleistocene evolutionary history in Central America. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society.
Bagley JC, Alda F, Breitman MF, van den Berghe EP, Bermingham E, Johnson JB (2015) Assessing species boundaries in a morphologically conserved group of Neotropical freshwater fishes, the Poecilia sphenops species complex (Poeciliidae). PLoS One, 10(4), e0121139. HTML
Watson CM, Makowsky R, Bagley JC (2014) Reproductive mode evolution in lizards revisited: updated analyses examining geographic, climatic and phylogenetic effects support the cold-climate hypothesis. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 27(12), 2767-2780. HTML
Bagley JC, Johnson JB (2014) Testing for shared biogeographic history in the lower Central American freshwater fish assemblage using comparative phylogeography: concerted, independent, or multiple evolutionary responses? Ecology and Evolution, 4(9), 1686-1705. HTML
Bagley JC, Sandel M, Travis J, Lozano-Vilano M de L, Johnson JB (2013) Paleoclimatic modeling and phylogeography of least killifish, Heterandria formosa: insights into Pleistocene expansion-contraction dynamics and evolutionary history of North American Coastal Plain freshwater biota. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 13, 223. doi: HTML
Unmack PJ, Bagley JC, Adams MD, Hammer MD, Johnson JB (2012) Molecular phylogeny and phylogeography of the Australian freshwater fish genus Galaxiella (Teleostei: Galaxiidae), with an emphasis on dwarf galaxias (G. pusilla). PLoS One, 7(6), e38433. HTML
Bagley JC, Mayden RL, Roe KJ, Holznagel W, Harris PM (2011). Congeneric phylogeographical sampling reveals polyphyly and novel biodiversity within black basses (Centrarchidae: Micropterus). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 104(2), 346-363. HTML
Johnson JB, Bagley JC (2011) Ecological drivers of life-history evolution. In: Ecology and evolution of poeciliid fishes. (eds Evans JP, Pilastro A, Schlupp I), pp. 38-49. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL. ISBN-10: 0226222748. (NOTE: This chapter was peer-reviewed.) Book
Thompson M, Bagley JC, Rasco J, Lackey K, Cox M (2007) The Respiratory System. In: Biology: The Study of Life (eds Rasco J, Lackey K) Kendall/Hunt Publishing. ISBN-10: 0757556434.
Bagley JC (2014) Understanding the diversification of Central American freshwater fishes using comparative phylogeography and species delimitation. PhD dissertation, Department of Biology, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT. Abstract
Ceríaco LM, Gutiérrez EE, Dubois A, et al. (Appendix 1 of Supporting Signatories including JC Bagley) (2016) Photography-based taxonomy is inadequate, unnecessary, and potentially harmful for biological sciences. Zootaxa, 4196, 435-445. HTML doi: 10.11646/zootaxa.4196.3.9.