Ava Ghezelayagh
Ava Ghezelayagh
PhD Candidate, Dept. of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Yale University
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Prolonged morphological expansion of spiny-rayed fishes following the end-Cretaceous
A Ghezelayagh, RC Harrington, ED Burress, MA Campbell, JC Buckner, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 6 (8), 1211-1220, 2022
Accelerated diversification explains the exceptional species richness of tropical characoid fishes
BF Melo, BL Sidlauskas, TJ Near, FF Roxo, A Ghezelayagh, LE Ochoa, ...
Systematic Biology 71 (1), 78-92, 2022
Recent diversification in an ancient lineage of Notothenioid fishes (Bovichtus: Notothenioidei)
TJ Near, A Ghezelayagh, FP Ojeda, A Dornburg
Polar Biology 42, 943-952, 2019
Species-Level Recognition and Redescription of the Kentucky Arrow Darter, Etheostoma spilotum Gilbert (Percidae: litocara)
MR Thomas, RE Blanton, A Ghezelayagh, TJ Near
Bulletin of the Peabody Museum of Natural History 64 (1), 39-80, 2023
Synergistic innovations enabled the radiation of anglerfishes in the deep open ocean
CD Brownstein, KL Zapfe, S Lott, RC Harrington, A Ghezelayagh, ...
Current Biology 34 (11), 2541-2550. e4, 2024
Reproductive innovation enabled radiation in the deep sea during an ecological crisis
C Brownstein, K Zapfe, S Lott, RC Harrington, A Ghezelayagh, ...
bioRxiv, 2024.01. 12.575380, 2024
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