Jon Bridle
Jon Bridle
Reader in Evolutionary Biology, University of Bristol, UK
Verified email at bristol.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Limits to evolution at range margins: when and why does adaptation fail?
JR Bridle, TH Vines
Trends in ecology & evolution 22 (3), 140-147, 2007
5372007
Emerging horizons in biodiversity and ecosystem functioning research
J Reiss, JR Bridle, JM Montoya, G Woodward
Trends in ecology & evolution 24 (9), 505-514, 2009
4822009
Long‐distance gene flow and adaptation of forest trees to rapid climate change
A Kremer, O Ronce, JJ Robledo‐Arnuncio, F Guillaume, G Bohrer, ...
Ecology letters 15 (4), 378-392, 2012
3662012
Arthropod diversity in a tropical forest
Y Basset, L Cizek, P Cuénoud, RK Didham, F Guilhaumon, O Missa, ...
Science 338 (6113), 1481-1484, 2012
2852012
Improving the forecast for biodiversity under climate change
MC Urban, G Bocedi, AP Hendry, JB Mihoub, G Pe’er, A Singer, JR Bridle, ...
Science 353 (6304), aad8466, 2016
2712016
Hybridization and polyploidy as drivers of continuing evolution and speciation in Sorbus
A Robertson, TCG Rich, AM Allen, L Houston, CAT Roberts, JR Bridle, ...
Molecular Ecology 19 (8), 1675-1690, 2010
1002010
Spatial structure and habitat variation in a grasshopper hybrid zone
JR Bridle, SJE Baird, RK Butlin
Evolution 55 (9), 1832-1843, 2001
992001
Why is adaptation prevented at ecological margins? New insights from individual‐based simulations
JR Bridle, J Polechová, M Kawata, RK Butlin
Ecology Letters 13 (4), 485-494, 2010
982010
Speciation and patterns of diversity
R Butlin, J Bridle, D Schluter
Cambridge University Press, 2009
732009
Testing limits to adaptation along altitudinal gradients in rainforest Drosophila
JR Bridle, S Gavaz, WJ Kennington
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1661), 1507-1515, 2009
632009
Adaptation and selection in the Senecio (Asteraceae) hybrid zone on Mount Etna, Sicily
AC Brennan, JR Bridle, AL Wang, SJ Hiscock, RJ Abbott
New Phytologist 183 (3), 702-717, 2009
582009
Assortative preferences and discrimination by females against hybrid male song in the grasshoppers Chorthippus brunneus and Chorthippus jacobsi (Orthoptera …
JR Bridle, CI Saldamando, W Koning, RK Butlin
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19 (4), 1248-1256, 2006
562006
Evidence for evolutionary change associated with the recent range expansion of the British butterfly, Aricia agestis, in response to climate change
J Buckley, RK Butlin, JR Bridle
Molecular Ecology 21 (2), 267-280, 2012
542012
IBISCA-Panama, a large-scale study of arthropod beta-diversity and vertical stratification in a lowland rainforest: rationale, study sites and field protocols
Y Basset, B Corbara, H Barrios, P Cuénoud, M Leponce, HP Aberlenc, ...
Bulletin de L'Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique Entomologie, 2007
462007
Mating signal variation and bimodality in a mosaic hybrid zone between Chorthippus grasshopper species
JR Bridle, RK Butlin
Evolution 56 (6), 1184-1198, 2002
412002
Climates past, present, and yet-to-come shape climate change vulnerabilities
CP Nadeau, MC Urban, JR Bridle
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 32 (10), 786-800, 2017
402017
Inheritance of song and stridulatory peg number divergence between Chorthippus brunneus and C. jacobsi, two naturally hybridizing grasshopper species …
CI Saldamando, S Miyaguchi, H Tatsuta, H Kishino, JR Bridle, RK Butlin
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 18 (3), 703-712, 2005
352005
Arthropod distribution in a tropical rainforest: tackling a four dimensional puzzle
Y Basset, L Cizek, P Cuénoud, RK Didham, V Novotny, F Ødegaard, ...
PloS one 10 (12), e0144110, 2015
342015
Speciation in the apple maggot fly: a blend of vintages?
CD Jiggins, JR Bridle
Trends in ecology & evolution 19 (3), 111-114, 2004
302004
Evolution on the move: specialization on widespread resources associated with rapid range expansion in response to climate change
JR Bridle, J Buckley, EJ Bodsworth, CD Thomas
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1776), 20131800, 2014
292014
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