Jonathan Huie

Jonathan Huie
Title:
PhD Student
Email:
[email protected]
Website:
Jonathan Huie Website

Current Research

Studying the evolution of limb biomechanics and the water to land transition in salamanders.

Education

B.S., Marine Biology & Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, Double Major, University of Washington, U.S.A., 2019.

Publications

Huie, J.M., Thacker, C.E. and Tornabene, L. (2020). Co‚Äźevolution of cleaning and feeding morphology in western Atlantic and eastern Pacific gobies. Evolution, 74: 419-433.

Huie, J.M., Summers, A.P., and Kolmann, M.A. (2019). Body shape separates guilds of rheophilic herbivores (Myleinae: Serrasalmidae) better than feeding morphology. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 166(1), 1-15.

Kolmann, M.A., Huie, J.M., Evans, K., and Summers, A.P. (2018). Specialized specialists and the narrow niche fallacy: a tale of scale-feeding fishes. Royal Society open science, 5(1), 171581.

Laboratory

Sandy Kawano Lab