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Scott, Mitchell L., Llewelyn, John, Higgie, Megan, Hoskin, Conrad J., Pike, Kyana, and Phillips, Ben L. (2015) Chemoreception and mating behaviour of a tropical Australian skink. Acta Ethologica, 18 (3). pp. 283-293.
Jones, Therésa M., Fanson, Kerry V., Lanfear, Rob, Symonds, Matthew R.E, and Higgie, Megan (2014) Gender differences in conference presentations: a consequence of self-selection? PeerJ, 2. pp. 1-15.
Hoskin, C.J., and Higgie, M. (2013) Hybridization: its varied forms and consequences. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 26 (2). pp. 276-278.
McGraw, Elizabeth A., Ye, Yixin H., Foley, Brad, Chenoweth, Stephen F., Higgie, Megan, Hine, Emma, and Blows, Mark W. (2011) High-dimensional variance partitioning reveals the modular genetic basis of adaptive divergence in gene expression during reproductive character displacement. Evolution, 65 (11). pp. 3126-3137.
Hoskin, Conrad J., Tonione, Maria, Higgie, Megan, Mackenzie, Jason B., Williams, Stephen E., Vanderwal, Jeremy, and Moritz, Craig (2011) Persistence in peripheral refugia promotes phenotypic divergence and speciation in a rainforest frog. American Naturalist, 178 (5). pp. 561-578.
Hoskin, C.J., and Higgie, M. (2010) Speciation via species interactions: the divergence of mating traits within species. Ecology Letters, 13 (4). pp. 409-420.
Higgie, Megan, and Blows, Mark W. (2008) The evolution of reproductive character displacement conflicts with how sexual selection operates within a species. Evolution, 62 (5). pp. 1192-1203.
Hoskin, Conrad J., and Higgie, Megan (2008) A new species of velvet gecko (Diplodactylidae: Oedura) from north-east Queensland, Australia. Zootaxa, 1788. pp. 21-36.
Higgie, Megan, and Blows, Mark W. (2007) Are traits that experience reinforcement also under sexual selection? American Naturalist, 170 (3). pp. 409-420.
Van Homrigh, Anna, Higgie, Megan, McGuigan, Katrina, and Blows, Mark W. (2007) The depletion of genetic variance by sexual selection. Current Biology, 17 (6). pp. 528-532.
Hoskin, Conrad J., Higgie, Megan, McDonald, Keith R., and Moritz, Craig (2005) Reinforcement drives rapid allopatric speciation. Nature, 437. pp. 1353-1356.
Hoskin, C. J., and Higgie, M. (2005) Minimum calling altitudes of Cophixalus frogs on Thornton Peak, Northeastern Queensland. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, 51 (2). p. 572.
Blows, Mark W., and Higgie, Megan (2003) Genetic constraints on the evolution of mate recognition under natural selection. American Naturalist, 161 (2). pp. 240-253.
Hine, Emma, Lachish, Shelly, Higgie, Megan, and Blows, Mark W. (2002) Positive genetic correlation between female preference and offspring fitness. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences, 269 (1506). pp. 2215-2219.
Blows, Mark W., and Higgie, Megan (2002) Evolutionary experiments on mate recognition in the Drosophila serrata species complex. Genetica, 116 (2-3). pp. 239-250.
Higgie, Megan, Chenoweth, Stephen, and Blows, Mark W. (2000) Natural selection and the reinforcement of mate recognition. Science, 290 (5491). pp. 519-521.