Jackie Brown publishes under his given name Jonathan M. Brown, which makes his mother happy.
Since my post-doc years, I have worked at a 4-year liberal arts college, so I proudly indicate undergrad student co-authors in bold below.
- Cooper, I. A., Brown, J. M. and Getty, T. (2016), A role for ecology in the evolution of colour variation and sexual dimorphism in Hawaiian damselflies. J. Evol. Biol., 29: 418–427. doi:10.1111/jeb.12796 (open access)
- Viale, E., I. Martinez-Sañudo, J.M. Brown, M. Simonato, A. Squartini, A. Bressan, M. Faccoli , L. Mazzon. 2015. Pattern of association between endemic Hawaiian fruit flies (Diptera, Tephritidae) and their symbiotic bacteria: evidence of cospeciation events and proposal of “Candidatus Stammerula trupaneae.” Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 90: 67–79.
- Mittelbach, G.G., D. Schemske, H.V. Cornell, A.P. Allen,. J. M. Brown, M. Bush, S.P. Harrison, A. Hurlbert, N. Knowlton, H. A. Lessios, C.M. McCain, A.R. McCune, L.A. McDade, M.A. McPeek, T.J. Near, T.D. Price, R.E. Ricklefs, K. Roy, D.F. Sax, D. Schluter, J.M. Sobel, M. Turelli. 2007. Evolution and the latitudinal diversity gradient: Speciation, extinction, and biogeography. Ecology Letters 10: 315-331.
- McPeek, M.A. and J.M. Brown. 2007. Clade age and not diversification rate explains species richness among animal taxa. American Naturalist 169:E97-106.
- Heard, S.B, J.O. Stireman, J.D. Nason, G.H. Cox, C. Kolacz, and J.M. Brown. 2006. On the elusiveness of enemy-free space: Spatial, temporal, and host-plant-related variation in parasitoid attack rates on three gallmakers of goldenrods. Oecologia 150:421-434.
- Brown, J.M., M. Todd-Thompson, A. McCord, A. O’Brien, and B. O’Fallon 2006. Phylogeny, host association, and wing pattern variation in the endemic Hawaiian tephritids (Tephritidae: Tephritini). Instrumenta Biodiversitatis VII:259-274.
- Brown, J.M., and I. Cooper. 2006. Evolution of wing pigmentation patterns in a tephritid gallmaker: divergence and hybridization. Pp. 253-261 in Galling Arthropods and Their Associates – Ecology and Evolution, K. Ozaki, J. Yukawa, T. Ohgushi, and P.W. Price, eds. Springer-Verlag, Tokyo.
- Turgeon, J. R. Stoks, R.A. Thum, J.M. Brown, and M.A. McPeek. 2005. Simultaneous quaternary radiations of three damselfly clades across the Holarctic. American Naturalist. 165:E78-107.
- McGranahan, D.A., S. Kuiper, and J.M. Brown. 2005. Temporal patterns in use of an Iowa woodlot during the autumn bird migration. American Midland Naturalist 153:61-70.
- Cooper, I., E. Roeder, and J.M. Brown. 2003. Arthropod response to burning and mowing in a reconstructed prairie. Ecological Restoration 21:204-5.
- Brown, J.M, M.A. McPeek, and M. May. 2000. A phylogenetic perspective on habitat shifts and diversity in the North American Enallagma damselflies. Systematic Biology 49:697-712.
- McPeek, M.A. and J.M. Brown. 2000. Building a regional species pool: Diversification of the Enallagma damselflies in eastern North American waters. Ecology 81: 904–920.
- Drown, D.M., and J.M. Brown. 1998. Molecular phylogeny of North American oak-galling Cynipini (Hymenoptera: Cynipidae) supports need for generic revision. Pp. 241-246. The Biology of Gall-Inducing Arthropods (Csoka, G., W.J. Mattson, G.N. Stone and P.W. Price eds.). Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-199. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Research Station.
- Faust, L., and J.M. Brown. 1998. Sexual selection via female choice in the gall-making fly Eurosta solidaginis Fitch (Diptera: Tephritidae). The Biology of Gall-Inducing Arthropods (Csoka, G., W.J. Mattson, G.N. Stone and P.W. Price eds.). Gen. Tech. Rep. NC-199. St. Paul, MN: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Research Station.
- Brown, J.M., J. Leebens-Mack, O. Pellmyr, J.N. Thompson, and R.G. Harrison. 1997. Phylogeography and host association in a pollinating seed parasite, Greya politella (Lepidoptera: Prodoxidae). Molecular Ecology 6:215-224.
- Pellmyr, O., J.N. Thompson, J. M. Brown and R.G. Harrison . 1996. Evolution of pollination and mutualism in the yucca moth lineage. American Naturalist 148:827-847.
- Hess, M.D. W.G. Abrahamson and J.M. Brown. 1996. Intraspecific larval competition in the herbivorous ball-gallmaker, Eurosta solidaginis (Diptera: Tephritidae). American Midland Naturalist 136:121-133.
- McPeek, M.A., A. K. Schrot, and J. M. Brown. 1996. Adaptation to predators in a new community: swimming performance and predator avoidance in damselflies. Ecology 77:617-629.
- Brown, J.M, W.G. Abrahamson and P.A. Way. 1996. mtDNA phylogeography of host races of the goldenrod ball gallmaker (Diptera: Tephritidae: Eurosta solidaginis). Evolution 50:777-786.
- Brown, J.M., W.G. Abrahamson, R. Packer, and P.A. Way. 1995. The role of enemy escape in a gallmaker host-plant shift. Oecologia 104:52-60.
- Brown, J.M., O. Pellmyr, J.N. Thompson, and R.G. Harrison. 1994. mtDNA phylogeny of the Prodoxidae (Lepidoptera: Incurvarioidea) indicates a rapid ecological diversification of the yucca moths. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 87:795-802.
- Brown, J.M., O. Pellmyr, J.N. Thompson, and R.G. Harrison. 1994. Phylogeny of Greya (Lepidoptera:Prodoxidae) based on nucleotide sequence variation in cytochrome oxidase I and II: congruence with morphological data. Molecular Biology and Evolution 11:128-141.
- Abrahamson, W.G. J.M. Brown, S.K. Roth, D.V. Sumerford, J.D. Horner, M.D. Hess, S.T. How, T.P. Craig, R.A. Packer, and J.K. Itami. 1994. Gallmaker speciation: an assessment of the roles of host-plant characters and phenology, gallmaker competition, and natural enemies. In P. Price, W. Mattson, and Y. Baranchikov, eds. Gall-forming Insects. USDA Forest Service, North Central Experiment Station. General Technical Report. pp. 208-222.
- Brown, J.M. and D.S. Wilson. 1994. Poecilochirus carabi: Behavioral and life-history adaptations to different hosts and the consequences of geographical shifts in host communities. pp. 1-22 in M. Houck, ed., Mites — Ecological and Evolutionary Analyses of Life History Patterns. Chapman and Hall, New York.
- Brown, J.M. and D.S. Wilson. 1992. Local specialization on sympatric hosts: phoretic mites on carrion beetles. Ecology 73:463-478.