Aaron A. Comeault

Aaron A. Comeault

Bangor University

H-index: 21

Europe-United Kingdom

About Aaron A. Comeault

Aaron A. Comeault, With an exceptional h-index of 21 and a recent h-index of 19 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Bangor University, specializes in the field of Local adaptation and speciation.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Toward the integration of speciation research

Single-fly assemblies fill major phylogenomic gaps across the Drosophilidae Tree of Life

Ancestral neural circuits potentiate the origin of a female sexual behavior

Genome assembly of the dyeing poison frog provides insights into the dynamics of transposable element and genome-size evolution

Phylogenetic climatic niche conservatism in sandflies (Diptera: Phlebotominae) and their relatives

Widespread introgression across a phylogeny of 155 Drosophila genomes

Climatic niche conservatism in a clade of disease vectors (Diptera: Phlebotominae)

Rapid parallel adaptation to anthropogenic heavy metal pollution

Aaron A. Comeault Information

University

Bangor University

Position

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Citations(all)

2144

Citations(since 2020)

1198

Cited By

1430

hIndex(all)

21

hIndex(since 2020)

19

i10Index(all)

28

i10Index(since 2020)

25

Email

University Profile Page

Bangor University

Aaron A. Comeault Skills & Research Interests

Local adaptation and speciation

Top articles of Aaron A. Comeault

Title

Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

Toward the integration of speciation research

Sean Stankowski

Asher D Cutter

Ina Satokangas

Brian A Lerch

Jonathan Rolland

...

2024/1/1

Single-fly assemblies fill major phylogenomic gaps across the Drosophilidae Tree of Life

bioRxiv

Bernard Y Kim

Hannah R Gellert

Samuel H Church

Anton Suvorov

Sean S Anderson

...

2023/10/2

Ancestral neural circuits potentiate the origin of a female sexual behavior

bioRxiv

Minhao Li

Dawn S Chen

Ian P Junker

Fabianna Szorenyi

Guan Hao Chen

...

2023/12/7

Genome assembly of the dyeing poison frog provides insights into the dynamics of transposable element and genome-size evolution

bioRxiv

Carolin Dittrich

Franz Hölzl

Steve Smith

Chloe A Fouilloux

Darren J Parker

...

2023/11/7

Phylogenetic climatic niche conservatism in sandflies (Diptera: Phlebotominae) and their relatives

Evolution

Emmanuel RR D'Agostino

Rafael Vivero

Luis Romero

Eduar Bejarano

Allen H Hurlbert

...

2022/10/1

Widespread introgression across a phylogeny of 155 Drosophila genomes

Current Biology

Anton Suvorov

Bernard Y Kim

Jeremy Wang

Ellie E Armstrong

David Peede

...

2022/1/10

Climatic niche conservatism in a clade of disease vectors (Diptera: Phlebotominae)

bioRxiv

Emmanuel RR D’Agostino

Rafael Vivero

Luis Romero

Eduar Bejarano

Allen H Hurlbert

...

2022/1/6

Rapid parallel adaptation to anthropogenic heavy metal pollution

Molecular biology and evolution

Alexander ST Papadopulos

Andrew J Helmstetter

Owen G Osborne

Aaron A Comeault

Daniel P Wood

...

2021/9/1

Highly contiguous assemblies of 101 drosophilid genomes

Elife

Bernard Y Kim

Jeremy R Wang

Danny E Miller

Olga Barmina

Emily Delaney

...

2021/7/19

Temperature-Dependent Competitive Outcomes between the Fruit Flies Drosophila santomea and Drosophila yakuba

The American Naturalist

Aaron A Comeault

Daniel R Matute

2021/3/1

Genomic signatures of admixture and selection are shared among populations of Zaprionus indianus across the western hemisphere

Molecular Ecology

Aaron A Comeault

Andreas F Kautt

Daniel R Matute

2021/12

Conservation genomic analysis reveals ancient introgression and declining levels of genetic diversity in Madagascar’s hibernating dwarf lemurs

Heredity

Rachel C Williams

Marina B Blanco

Jelmer W Poelstra

Kelsie E Hunnicutt

Aaron A Comeault

...

2020/1

Genetic diversity and thermal performance in invasive and native populations of African fig flies

Molecular biology and evolution

Aaron A Comeault

Jeremy Wang

Silas Tittes

Kristin Isbell

Spencer Ingley

...

2020/7/1

Rapid and Predictable Evolution of Admixed Populations Between Two Drosophila Species Pairs

Genetics

Daniel R Matute

Aaron A Comeault

Eric Earley

Antonio Serrato-Capuchina

David Peede

...

2020/1/1

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Aaron A. Comeault FAQs

What is Aaron A. Comeault's h-index at Bangor University?

The h-index of Aaron A. Comeault has been 19 since 2020 and 21 in total.

What are Aaron A. Comeault's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Toward the integration of speciation research

Single-fly assemblies fill major phylogenomic gaps across the Drosophilidae Tree of Life

Ancestral neural circuits potentiate the origin of a female sexual behavior

Genome assembly of the dyeing poison frog provides insights into the dynamics of transposable element and genome-size evolution

Phylogenetic climatic niche conservatism in sandflies (Diptera: Phlebotominae) and their relatives

Widespread introgression across a phylogeny of 155 Drosophila genomes

Climatic niche conservatism in a clade of disease vectors (Diptera: Phlebotominae)

Rapid parallel adaptation to anthropogenic heavy metal pollution

...

are the top articles of Aaron A. Comeault at Bangor University.

What are Aaron A. Comeault's research interests?

The research interests of Aaron A. Comeault are: Local adaptation and speciation

What is Aaron A. Comeault's total number of citations?

Aaron A. Comeault has 2,144 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Aaron A. Comeault?

The co-authors of Aaron A. Comeault are Jeffrey L. Feder, C. Alex Buerkle, Zachariah Gompert, Tanja Schwander, Daniel Matute, Thomas Parchman.

Co-Authors

H-index: 68
Jeffrey L. Feder

Jeffrey L. Feder

University of Notre Dame

H-index: 48
C. Alex Buerkle

C. Alex Buerkle

University of Wyoming

H-index: 46
Zachariah Gompert

Zachariah Gompert

Utah State University

H-index: 36
Tanja Schwander

Tanja Schwander

Université de Lausanne

H-index: 36
Daniel Matute

Daniel Matute

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

H-index: 34
Thomas Parchman

Thomas Parchman

University of Nevada, Reno

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