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14. Aguillon, SM and AJ Shultz. In revision. Community-sourced sightings of atypical birds can be used to understand the evolution of plumage color and pattern. EcoEvoRxiv doi: 10.32942/

13. Mikles, CS§, P Arcese, IJ Lovette, SM Aguillon, YL Chan, PM Benham, K Carbeck, J Walsh. In revision. Evolutionary divergence and adaptive capacity in morphologically distinct song sparrow subspecies. (§graduate student)

12. Aguillon, SM and VG Rohwer. 2022. Revisiting a classic hybrid zone: rapid movement of the northern flicker hybrid zone in contemporary times. Evolution 76(5): 1082-1090. [link, PDF]

11. Powell, DL, B Moran, BK Kim, SM Banerjee, SM Aguillon, P Fascinetto-Zago, QK Langdon, M Schumer. 2021. Two new hybrid populations expand the swordtail hybridization model system. Evolution 75(10): 2524-2539. [link, PDF]

10. Aguillon, SM, J Walsh, IJ Lovette. 2021. Extensive hybridization reveals multiple coloration genes underlying a complex plumage phenotype. Proceedings of the Royal  Society B 288(1943): 20201805. [link, PDF]
Popular press about this article: Living Bird Magazine (Spring 2021), ABA Birding Magazine (August 2021), Avian Hybrids

9. Mikles, CS§SM Aguillon, YL Chan, P Arcese, PM Benham, IJ Lovette, J Walsh. 2020. Genomic differentiation and local adaptation on a microgeographic scale in a resident songbird. Molecular Ecology 29(22): 4295-4307. [link, PDF] (§undergraduate) 

8. Aguillon, SM*, G-F Siegmund*, RH Petipas, AG Drake, S Cotner, CJ Ballen. 2020. Gender differences in student participation in an active-learning classroom. CBE—Life Sciences Education 19(2): ar12. [link, PDF] (*equal contribution)
Popular press about this article: Cornell Chronicle, The Chronicle of Higher Education

7. Ballen, CJ, SM Aguillon, A Awwad, AE Bjune, D Challou, AG Drake, M Driessen, A Ellozy, VE Ferry, EE Goldberg, W Harcombe, S Jensen, C Jørgensen, Z Koth, S McGaugh, C Mitry, B Mosher, H Mostafa, RH Petipas, PAG Soneral, S Watters, D Wassenberg, SL Weiss, A Yonas, KR Zamudio, S Cotner. 2019. Smaller classes promote equitable student participation in STEM. BioScience 69(8): 669-680. [link, PDF]

6. Predick, KI, SR Archer, SM Aguillon, DA Keller, HL Throop, PW Barnes. 2018. Effects of abiotic drivers (UV radiation-temperature-moisture) on surface litter decomposition in a shrub-invaded grassland. Journal of Arid Environments 157(2018): 13-21. [link, PDF]

5. Ballen, CJ, SM Aguillon, R Brunelli, AG Drake, D Wassenberg, SL Weiss, KR Zamudio, S Cotner. 2018. Do small classes in higher education reduce performance gaps in STEM? BioScience 68(8): 593-600. [link, PDF]

4. Aguillon, SM, L Campagna, RG Harrison, IJ Lovette. 2018. A flicker of hope: Genomic data distinguish Northern Flicker taxa despite low levels of divergence. The Auk: Ornithological Advances 135(3): 748-766. [link, PDF]
Popular press about this article: The Auk, All About Birds, Avian Hybrids, ABA Birding Magazine (August 2021)

3. Aguillon, SM, JW Fitzpatrick, R Bowman, SJ Schoech, AG Clark, G Coop, N Chen. 2017. Deconstructing isolation-by-distance: the genomic consequences of limited dispersal. PLOS Genetics 13(8): e1006911. [link, PDF]
F1000 Recommended Article
Popular press about this article: The Molecular Ecologist, PLOS Biologue

2. Duckworth, RA and SM Aguillon. 2015. Eco-evolutionary dynamics: investigating multiple pathways linking changes in behavior, population density and natural selection. Journal of Ornithology 256(Suppl 1): S115-S124. [link, PDF]

1. Aguillon, SM and RA Duckworth. 2015. Kin aggression and resource availability influence phenotype-dependent dispersal in a passerine bird. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69(4): 625-633. [link, PDF]

Invited Commentaries and Other Published Works

3. Aguillon, SM, TO Dodge§, G Preising§, M Schumer. 2022. Introgression. Current Biology 32:(16): R865-R868. [link, PDF] (§graduate student)

2. Aguillon, SM. 2019. Fighting through the gray. Science 363(6431): 1114. [link, PDF]

1. Aguillon, SM and IJ Lovette. 2019. AOS North American Classification Committee Proposal (2019-A-10): Change the specific/subspecific/morphological group name of the Red-shafted flicker from cafer to lathami. [link, PDF