Pearce, D.J.G., Hoogerbrugge, L.A., Hook, K.A., Fisher, H.S., and L. Giomi. 2018. Cellular geometry controls the efficiency of motile sperm aggregates. Journal of the Royal Society Interface. 15 (148).  doi:10.1098/rsif.2018.0702. PDF

Fisher, H.S., Hook, K.A., Weber, W.D., and H.E. Hoekstra. 2018. Sibling rivalry: Males with more brothers develop larger testes. Ecology & Evolution. doi:10.1002/ece3.4337PDF

Fisher, H.S., Jacobs-Palmer, E., Lassance, J.-M., and H.E. Hoekstra. 2016. The genetic basis and fitness consequences of sperm midpiece size in deer mice. Nature Communications. doi:10.1038/ncomm13652. PDF

Fisher, H.S., Giomi, L., Hoekstra, H.E., and L. Mahadevan. 2014. The dynamics of sperm cooperation in a competitive environment.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B. 281: 20140296. PDF

Peterson, B.P., Weber, J.N., Kay, E.H., Fisher, H.S., and H.E. Hoekstra. 2012. Double digest RADseq: An inexpensive method for de novo discovery and genotyping in model and non-model species. PLoS One. 7: e37135. 

Culumber, Z.C., Fisher, H.S., Tobler, M., Mateos, M., Barber, P.H., Sorenson, M.D., and G.G. Rosenthal. 2011.  Replicated hybrid zones of Xiphophorus swordtails along an elevational gradient. Molecular Ecology. 20: 343-356.

Rosenthal, G.G., Fitzsimmons, J.N., Karl, K., Gerlach, G., and H.S. Fisher. 2011. Tactical release of a sexually-selected pheromone in a swordtail fish. PLoS One. 6(2): e16994.

Fisher, H.S., and H.E. Hoekstra. 2010. Competition drives cooperation among closely related sperm of deer mice.  Nature. 463: 801-803. PDF

Weber, J.N., Peters, M.B., Tsyusko, O.V., Linnen, C.R., Hagen, C., Schable, N.A., Tuberville, T.D., McKee, A.M., Lance, K.L., Fisher, H.S., Dewey, M.J., Hoekstra, H.E., and T.C. Glenn. 2010. Five hundred microsatellite loci for Peromyscus. Conservation Genetics. 11: 1243-1246. 

Fisher, H.S., and G.G. Rosenthal. 2010. Relative abundance of Xiphophorus fishes and its effects on sexual communication. Ethology. 116: 32-38.

Fisher, H.S., Mascuch, S.J., and G.G. Rosenthal. 2009. Multivariate male traits misalign with multivariate female preference in the swordtail fish, Xiphophorus birchmanni. Animal Behaviour. 78: 265-269.

Fisher, H.S., and G.G. Rosenthal. 2007. Male swordtails court with an audience in mind. Biology Letters. 3:5-7

Fisher, H.S., and G.G. Rosenthal. 2006. Hungry females exhibit stronger mating preferences. Behavioral Ecology. 17: 979-981.

Fisher, H.S., and G.G. Rosenthal. 2006. Female swordtail fish use chemical cues to select well-fed males. Animal Behaviour. 72: 721-725.

Fisher, H.S., Wong, B.B.M., and G.G. Rosenthal. 2006.  Alteration of the chemical environment disrupts communication in a freshwater fish. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B. 273: 1187-1193.

Wong, B.B.M, Fisher, H.S., and G.G. Rosenthal. 2004. Male mate choice for chemical cues in swordtail fish. Behavioral Ecology. 16: 818-822.

Shady, S., MacLeod, D.I.A, and H.S. Fisher.  2004. Adaptation from invisible flicker.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA. 101: 5170-5173.

Fisher, H.S., R.R. Swaisgood, and H. Fitch-Snyder. 2003. Countermarking by male pygmy lorises (Nycticebus pygmaeus): do females use odor cues to select mates with high competitive ability?  Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology. 53: 123-130.

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