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Nonrefereed Presentations at Conferences



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Nonrefereed Presentations at Conferences
Lange, E. C., Travis, J., Hughes, K. A., & M'Gonigle. (presented 2019, June). Can you trust what you see? How short-term costs to plasticity promote its long-term evolution when social environments vary. Presentation at Evolution 2019, Society for the Study of Evolution, Providence, RI. (International)
Guerrera, A. G., Daniel, M. J., & Hughes, K. A. (presented 2019, June). Color as a predictor of success during male-male competition in the Trinidadian guppy, Poecilia reticulata. Poster presentation at Evolution 2019, Society for the Study of Evolution, Providence, RI. (International)
Daniel, M. J., Koffinas, L., & Hughes, K. A. (presented 2019, June). Habituation underpins preference for mates with novel phenotypes in the guppy. Poster presentation at Evolution 2019, Society for the Study of Evolution, Providence, RI. (International)
Koffinas, L., Daniel, M. J., & Hughes, K. (presented 2018, October). Can habituation explain preference for mates with novel phenotypes in the guppy (Poecilia reticulata). Presentation at Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference, University of Miami. (Regional)
Daniel, M. J., & Hughes, K. (presented 2018, October). It's all relative: population estimates enhance kin recognition for inbreeding avoidance and nepotism. Presentation at Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference, University of Miami. (Regional)
Lange, E. A., Travis, J., Hughes, K., & M'Gonigle, L. (presented 2018, August). Can you trust what you see? The evolution of socially-cued anticipatory plasticity. Presentation at 2nd Joint Congress on Evolutionary Biology, Society for the Study of Evolution, Montpellier, France. (International)
Valvo, J., Rodd, F. H., & Hughes, K. (presented 2018, August). The new guy in town: female preference for unfamiliar male color patterns in the guppy. Presentation at 55th Annual Conference of the Animal Behavior Society, Animal Behavior Society, Milwaukee, WI. (International)
Humphrey, E., Hughes, K., & Travis, J. (presented 2018, August). Variation in behavior as a result of eumelanin coloration in the eastern mosquitofish. Presentation at 55th Annual Conference of the Animal Behavior Society, Animal Behavior Society, Milwaukee, WI. (International)
Mendieta, I. A., Lange, E. C., & Hughes, K. (presented 2018). Seasonal changes in male size and alternative mating tactics in sailfin mollies (Poecilia latipinna). Presentation at ACC Meeting of the Minds Conference, ACC, Boston, MA. (Regional)
Mendieta, I. A., Lange, E. C., & Hughes, K. (presented 2018). Seasonal changes in male size and alternative mating tactics in sailfin mollies (Poecilia latipinna). Poster presentation at Florida Undergraduate Research Conference, Florida Undergraduate Research Conference, Melbourne, FL. (Regional)
Lange, E., Ptacek, M., & Hughes, K. A. (presented 2017, June). It's all relative: The influence of relative size on male alternative mating tactics. Presentation at ABS 2017, Animal Behavior Society, Toronto, Canada. (International)
De Serrano, A., Hughes, K., & Rodd, F. H. (presented 2017, June). Like grandfather like grandson: the trans-generational effects of dopamine manipulation on behavioural traits in the guppy, Poecilia reticulata. Presentation at Evolution 2017, Society for the Study of Evolution. (International)
Humphrey, E., Travis, J., & Hughes, K. A. (presented 2017, June). More than Skin Deep: Behavioral and Neuroendocrine response as a result of eumelanin coloration in the eastern mosquitofish, Gambusia holbrooki. Presentation at Evolution 2017, Society for the Study of Evolution, Portland, Oregon. (International)
Lange, E., Hughes, K. A., Travis, J., & M'Gonigle, L. (presented 2017, June). Social plasticity and the maintenance of alternative life histories: a modelling approach. Presentation at Evolution 2017, Society for the Study of Evolution. (International)
Stein, L. C., Hughes, K. A., & Hoke, K. L. (presented 2017, May). Behavior, morphology and life history traits show extensive heterosis and parent-of-origin effects in Trinidadian guppies. Presentation at Genes, Brain and Behavior Meeting, International Behavioural and Neural Genetics Society, Madrid, Spain. (International)
Stein, L. R., Hughes, K. A., & Hoke, K. L. (presented 2017, May). Parent-of-origin effects and flexible covariance structure in guppy antipredator behaviors. Presentation at 19th Annual Genes, Brain, and Behavior Meeting, International Behavioural and Neural Genetics Society, Madrid, Spain. (International)
Lange, E. C., & Hughes, K. (presented 2017, January). The effects of social environment on male alternative tactics. Poster presentation at SICB Annual Meeting, The Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, New Orleans, LA. (International)
Valvo, J., & Hughes, K. (presented 2017). Male color pattern preferences in female P. picta. Presentation at Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference), Florida Gulf Coast University, Ft. Myers, FL. (Regional)
Valvo, J., & Hughes, K. (presented 2017). Testing female preference for novel color patterns in P. picta, a close relative of the guppy. Presentation at South Eastern Population Ecology & Evolutionary Genetics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC. (Regional)
Lange, E. C., Mendieta, I. A., & Hughes, K. A. (presented 2016, October). Peer pressure: How social environment influences life history traits in sailfin mollies. Presentation at Southeastern Population Ecology and Evolutionary Genetics, University of Florida, Marion, FL. (Regional)
Lange, E. C., & Hughes, K. (presented 2016, June). Peer pressure: How social environment influences life history traits in sailfin mollies. Presentation at Evolution 2016, Society for the Study of Evolution, Austin, TX. (International)
Kyle, K. E., Vera, D. L., & Hughes, K. A. (presented 2016, April). Developing a genome browser for a non-model vertebrate, P. reticulata. Poster presentation at WIMSE Research Symposium, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Ll. (Local)
Wadhams, E., Lange, E. C., & Hughes, K. (presented 2016, April). Does sexual experience affect the alternative mating tactics of the sailfin molly, Poecilia latipinna? Poster presentation at Spring Undergraduate Research Symposium, Florida State University. (Local)
Elsidawa, D., Valvo, J., & Hughes, K. A. (presented 2016, March). Are Trinidad and Guyana Poecilia picta distinct species? Poster presentation at FSU Undergraduate Research Symposium, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Ll. (Local)
Kyle, K. E., Vera, D. L., & Hughes, K. A. (presented 2016, March). Developing a genome browser for a non-model vertebrate, P. reticulata. Poster presentation at FSU Undergraduate Research Symposium, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Ll. (Local)
Benter, C., Sitaras, V., Lange, E. C., & Hughes, K. (presented 2016, March). Feeding habits depend on social rearing environment in the sailfin molly (Poecilia latipinna). Presentation at Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (Regional)
Lange, E. C., & Hughes, K. A. (presented 2016, March). Peer pressure: How social environment influences life history traits in sailfin mollies. Presentation at Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (Regional)
Mendieta, I. A., Lange, E. C., Corpus, C. V., Fan, A. S., Luo, E. W., & Hughes, K. (presented 2016, March). Seasonal changes in male size and mating behavior in sailfin mollies (Poecilia latipinna). Poster presentation at Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (Regional)
Corpus, C., Lange, E. C., & Hughes, K. (presented 2016, March). Temporal differences in male sailfin molly, Poecilia latipinna, size and mating behavior. Poster presentation at Women in Math & Science (WIMSE) Research Symposium, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Lange, E. C., Mendieta, I. A., & Hughes, K. A. (presented 2015, October). Seasonal changes in male size and mating behavior variation of sailfin mollies (Poecilia latipinna). Presentation at Southeastern Population Ecology and Evolutionary Genetics Meeting, University of Georgia, Eatonton, GA, October 2015. (Regional)
Janowitz, I., & Hughes, K. (presented 2015, June). Neurogenomic analysis of female preference for novelty. Presentation at Evolution 2015, Society for the Study of Evolution, Guaruja, Brazil. (International)
Fan, A., Luo, E., Lange, E. C., & Hughes, K. (presented 2015, May). A seasonal study of the standard length and sexual behavior of the male P. latipinna. Poster presentation at Young Scholars Program Research Symposium, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (Regional)
Luo, E., Fan, A., Lange, E. C., & Hughes, K. (presented 2015, May). It takes two to tango: A study of female mating behavior of the sailfin molly. Poster presentation at Young Scholars Program Research Symposium, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (Regional)
Corpus, C. V., Benter, C. L., Lange, E. C., & Hughes, K. (presented 2015, April). Temporal differences in male sailfin molly, Poecilia latipinna, size and mating behavior. Poster presentation at Women in Math, Science and Engineering (WIMSE), Florida State University. (Local)
Ren, Y., Hughes, K., & Dennis, J. (presented 2014, September). The activation of Drosophila immune system alters genome wide nucleosomes occupancy and sensitivity. Presentation at Epigenetics and Chromatin, Cold Spring Harbor Conferences, Cold Spring Harbor, New York. (International)
Kyle, K. E., Souder, C. L., & Hughes, K. A. (presented 2014, March). The genetic response to environmental variability in Drosophila melanogaster. Presentation at WIMSE Research Symposium, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Ll. (Local)
Hoffner, E., Kraft, B., & Hughes, K. A. (presented 2013, November). Are your friends making you FAT? Social effects on feeding behavior of male eastern mosquitofish. Presentation at Tri-Beta Poster Competition, FSU Tri-Beta Society, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Duvault, A., Reynolds, L. A., & Hughes, K. A. (presented 2013, July). Starvation resistance, fat storage, and fecundity in Drosophila melanogaster. Poster presentation at Young Scholars Program Research Symposium, FSU Young Scholars Program (High School Student Research), Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Veloza, D., Kraft, B., & Hughes, K. A. (presented 2013, July). Wild versus lab-reared female mosquitofish responses to olfactory stimuli. Poster presentation at Young Scholars Research Symposium, FSU Young Scholars Program (High School Student Researchers), Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Reynolds, L. A., & Hughes, K. A. (presented 2013). Metabolic pathways in long-lived Drosophila. Poster presentation at First FSU Postdoctoral Researcher Poster Competition, FSU Postdoc Association. (Local)
Lue, C.-H., Hughes, K. A., & Leips, J. (presented 2012). Does artificial selection to extend life span enhance late age immune response? Presentation at 2012 SSE Conference, Society for the Study of Evolution, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. (International)
Kraft, B., Williams, E., & Hughes, K. A. (presented 2012). Effect of genetically determined aggression on contextual social behavior in male eastern mosquitofish. Presentation at 2012 FAS Conference, FAS, Tampa, FL. (National)
Janowitz, I., & Hughes, K. A. (presented 2012). Novelty preference in the female guppy (Poecilia reticulata): From molecules to behavior. Presentation at 2012 SEEPGE Conference, Southeastern Evolutionary and Ecological Genetics, Clemson, S.C. (Regional)
Lue, Chia-Hua, Hughes, K. A., & Leips, J. (presented 2011). Does artificial selection to extend life span enhance late-age immune response? Poster presentation at Evolution 2011, Joint Meeting of the Society for the Study of Evolution, American Society of Naturalists, and Society for Systematic Biology. (International)
Kraft, B., Williams, E., & Hughes, K. A. (presented 2011). Effect of Genetically Determined Aggression on Contextual Social Behavior in Male Eastern Mosquitofish. Presentation at 2011 SEPEEG Conference, Southeastern Population and Ecological Genetics, Chapel Hill, NC. (Regional)
Hughes, K. A., & Tosh, D. (presented 2011). Frequency-Dependent Behavior of Guppies (Poecilia reticulata): a Mechanism for Maintaining Extreme Genetic Polymorphism. Presentation at Southeastern Ecology and Evolution Conference, Auburn University, Auburn, AL. (Regional)
Reynolds, R. M., & Hughes, K. A. (presented 2004). Do mutations have age-specific effects? Presentation at Midwest Drosophila Conference, Conference Committee, Allerton Park, Monticello, Illinois. (Regional)
Ruedi, E., & Hughes, K. A. (presented 2004). Natural genetic variation in male courtship intensity in Drosophila melanogaster. Presentation at Midwest Drosophila Conference, Conference Committee, Allerton Park, Monticello, Illinois. (Regional)




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