Link: Bermingham's Laboratory
Address: Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
ATT: Eldredge Bermingham
9100 PANAMA CITY PL
Washington DC 20521-9100
Telephone: +507 212-8729
FAX: +507 212-8790 / 8091
Molecular population genetics and evolutionary biology; historical biogeograpy and molecular systematics of neotropical fishes and Caribbean island birds.
Molecular population genetics and evolutionary biology
Education and Degrees
B. A., Cornell University, 1977.
Ph. D., University of Georgia, 1986.
Puebla, Oscar, Bermingham, Eldredge and Guichard, Frederic. 2008. Population genetic analyses of Hypoplectrus coral reef fishes provide evidence that local processes are operating during the early stages of marine adaptive radiations. Molecular ecology 17(6): 1405-1415.
Huber, Sarah K., De Leon, Luis Fernando, Hendry, Andrew P., Bermingham, Eldredge and Podos, Jeffrey. 2007. Reproductive isolation of sympatric morphs in a population of Darwin's finches. Proceedings of the Royal Society (London) B 274(1619): 1709–1714.
Puebla, Oscar, Bermingham, Eldredge, Guichard, Frederick and Whiteman, E. 2007. Colour pattern as a single trait driving speciation in Hypoplectrus coral reef fishes?. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274(1615): 1265-1271.
Ricklefs, Robert E. and Bermingham, Eldredge. 2007. The causes of evolutionary radiations in Archipelagoes: Passerine birds in the Lesser Antilles. American Naturalist 169(3): 285–297.
Mavarez, Jesus, Salazar, Camilo A., Bermingham, Eldredge, Salcedo, Christian, Jiggins, Chris D. and Linares, Mauricio. 2006. Speciation by hybridization in Heliconius butterflies. Nature 441(7095): 868-871.
Bermingham, Eldredge, Dick, Christopher W. and Moritz, Craig (Ed.). 2005. Tropical rainforests: past, present, and future. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.