My full CV can be downloaded here [pdf]

Journal Publications

23. Ng J, Geneva AJ, Noll S, and RE Glor. 2017. Signals and Speciation: Anolis Dewlap Color as a Reproductive Barrier. Journal of Herpetology. 51(3):437-447. [doi] [pdf]

22. MacGuigan D, Geneva AJ, and Glor RE. 2017. A genomic assessment of species boundaries and hybridization in a group of highly polymorphic anoles (distichus species complex). Ecology and Evolution. 7:3657–3671.  [doi] [pdf]

21. Warren D, Geneva AJ, and R Lanfear. 2017. RWTY (R We There Yet): An R package for examining convergence of Bayesian phylogenetic analyses. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 34(4):1016–1020. [doi] [pdf]

20. Mahler DL, Lambert SM, Geneva AJ, Ng J, Hedges SB, Glor RE, and JB Losos. 2016. Discovery of a giant chameleon-like lizard (Anolis) on Hispaniola and its significance to understanding replicated adaptive radiations. American Naturalist 188(3):357–364. [doi] [pdf]

19. Reynolds RG, Puente-Rolón AR, Aviles-Rodriguez KR, Geneva AJ, and NC Herrmann. 2016. Discovery of a remarkable new boa from Conception Island, Bahamas. Breviora. 549(1):1–19. [doi] [pdf]

18. Geneva AJ , Murihead CA, Kingan SB and D Garrigan. 2015. A new method to scan genomes for introgression in a secondary contact model. PLoS one. 10:e0118621. [doi] [pdf]

17. Geneva AJ, Hilton J, Noll S, and RE Glor. 2015. Multilocus phylogenetic analyses of Hispaniolan and Bahamian trunk anoles (distichus species group). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 87:105-117. [doi]

16. Graf DL, Jones H, Geneva AJ, Pfeiffer III JM and MW Klunzinger. 2015. Molecular phylogenetic analysis supports a Gondwanan origin of the Hyriidae (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Unionida) and the paraphyly of Australasian taxa. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 85:1–9. [doi]

15. Garrigan D, Kingan SB, Geneva AJ, Vendanygram J, and DC Presgraves. 2014. Genome diversity and divergence in Drosophila mauritiana: multiple signatures of faster X evolution. Genome Biology and Evolution. 6(9):2444-2458. [doi] [pdf]

14. Van Meter M, Kashyap M, Sarallah R, Geneva AJ, Morello T, Seluanov A, and V Gorbunova. 2014. SIRT6 represses LINE1s by ribosylating KAP1, but this repression fails with stress and age. Nature Communications. 5:5011. [doi]

13. Graf DL, Geneva AJ, Pfeiffer III JM, and AD Chilala. 2014. Phylogenetic analysis of Prisodontopsis Tomlin, 1928 and Mweruella Haas, 1936 (Bivalvia: Unionidae) from Lake Wweru (Congo basin) supports a quaternary radiation in the Zambian Congo. 80(3):303-314 [doi] [pdf]

12. Gamble T*, Geneva AJ*, Glor RE and D Zarkower. 2014. Anolis sex chromosomes are derived from a single ancestral pair. Evolution. 68(4):1027–1041.  [doi] [data] *Joint First Authors

11. Geneva AJ, Bauer AM, Sadlier RA, and TR Jackman. 2013. The Terrestrial Herpetofauna of Île des Pins, New Caledonia with an emphasis on its Surrounding Islands. Pacific Science. 67(4):571-593. [doi]

10. Lambert SM, Geneva AJ, Mahler DL, and RE Glor. 2013. Using genomic data to revisit a classic example of reproductive character displacement in Haitian Anolis lizards. Molecular Ecology. 22(15):3981–3995 [doi] [data]

9. Ascher JM, Geneva AJ, Ng J, Wyatt JD, RE Glor. 2013. Phylogenetic analyses of novel squamate adenovirus sequences in wild-caught Anolis lizards. PLoS one. 8(4):e60977 [doi] [pdf]

8. Arce Hernandez M, Reis RE, Geneva AJ, and MH Sabaj Pérez. 2013. Molecular phylogeny of thorny catfishes (Siluriformes: Doradidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 67(3):560–577. [doi]

7. Garrigan D, Kingan SB, Geneva AJ, Andolfatto P, Clark AG, Thornton KR, and DC Presgraves. 2012. Genome sequencing reveals complex speciation in the Drosophila simulans clade. Genome Research. 22:1499–1511. [doi]

6. Stuart YE, Landestoy MA, Mahler DL, Scantlebury D, Geneva AJ, VanMiddlesworth PS, and RE Glor. 2012. Two New Introduced Populations of the Cuban Green Anole (Anolis porcatus) in the Dominican Republic. IRCF Reptiles & Amphibians. 19(1):71–75. [pdf]

5. Whelan NV, Geneva AJ, and DL Graf. 2011. Molecular phylogenetic analysis of tropical freshwater mussels (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Unionoida) resolves the position of Coelatura and supports a monophyletic Unionidae. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 61:504–514. [doi]

4. Schaefer SA, Chakrabarty P, Geneva AJ and M Sabaj Perez. 2011. Nucleotide sequence data confirm monophyly and local endemism of variable morphospecies of Andean astroblepid catfishes (Siluriformes: Astroblepidae). Biological Journal of the Linnaean Society. 162:90–102. [doi]

3. Scantlebury DP, Ng J, Landestoy L, Geneva AJ, and RE Glor. 2011. Notes on Activity Patterns of Five Species of Sphaerodactylus (Squamata: Sphaerodactylidae) from the Dominican Republic. IRCF Reptiles & Amphibians. 18(1): 50–55. [contact authors for pdf]

2. Geneva AJ and D Garrigan. 2010. The Population Genomics of Secondary Contact. Genes. 1:124–142. [doi]

1. Geneva AJ and RE Roberts. 2009. The Terrestrial Herpetofauna of the Atlantic Ridge Preserve State. Florida Scientist. 72(2): 121–133. [pdf]


Natural History Notes

3. Geneva AJ, Reynolds RG, Herrmann NC, Puente-Rolón AR, and KR Aviles-Rodriguez. 2016. Hemidactylus mabouia (Wood slave). Distribution. Herpetological Review. 47(3):423–424. [pdf]

2. Reynolds, RG, Herrmann NC, AR Puente-Rolón, AJ Geneva, and KR Aviles-Rodriguez. 2016. Osteopilus septentrionalis (Cuban Treefrog). Distribution. Herpetological Review 47(3):420. [pdf]

1. Geneva AJ and RE Roberts. 2010. Gopherus polyphemus (Gopher Tortoise): Growth. Herpetological Review. 41(2): 213. [pdf]


Book Reviews

1. Geneva AJ, Ng J, Scantlebury D, Ossip-Klein A, Rudman S, Kelly A, Reinhardt C and RE Glor. 2010. Natural History of West Indian Amphibians and Reptiles. Herpetological Review. 41(2): 249–250. [pdf]