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Olito, C. & J.K. Abbott (2023) The evolution of suppressed recombination between sex chromosomes and the lengths of evolutionary strata. Evolution. doi: 10.1093/evolut/qpad023


Olito, C. & C. de Vries (2022) The demographic costs of sexually antagonistic selection in partially selfing populations. The American Naturalist doi: 10.1086/720419.

Olito, C., S. Ponnikas, B. Hansson, J.K. Abbott (2022). Consequences of partially recessive genetic variation for the evolution of inversions suppressing recombination between sex chromosomes. Evolution. doi: 10.1111/evo.14496.


Connallon. T. and C. Olito. 2021. Natural selection, deleterious mutations, and the distribution of chromosomal inversion lengths. Molecular Ecology doi: 10.1111/mec.16091.

Lund-Hansen*, K., C. Olito*, T. Morrow, J. K. Abbott. 2021. Sexually antagonistic coevolution between the sex chromosomes of Drosophila melanogaster. PNAS 118:e2003359118. doi:10.1073/pnas.2003359118
*equal contributions. PDF


Ruzicka, F., L. Dutoit, P. Czuppon, C.Y. Jordan, X.-Y. Li, C. Olito, A. Runemark, E.I. Svensson, H.P. Yazdi, and T. Connallon. 2020. The search for sexually antagonistic genes: practical insights from studies of local adaptation and statistical genomics. Evolution Letters 4-5:398-415. PDF.

C. Olito and Abbott, J.K. 2020. The evolution of recombination suppression between sex chromosomes by chromosomal inversions. bioRXiv.

Connallon. T. and C. Olito. 2020. Natural selection, deleterious mutations, and the distribution of chromosomal inversion lengths. in Review.


Olito, C. and T. Connallon. 2019. Sexually antagonistic variation and the evolution of dimorphic sexual systems. The American Naturalist. doi: 10.1086/702847. PDF. GitHub. Access the recommendation on F1000Prime

Connallon, T., S. Sharma, and C. Olito. 2019. Evolutionary consequences of sex- specific selection in variable environments: four simple models reveal an array of possible evolutionary outcomes. The American Naturalist 193:93–105. doi:10.1086/700720. PDF

Olito, C. and D. J. Marshall. 2019. Releasing small ejaculates slowly increases per-gamete fertilization success in an external fertilizer: Galeolaria caespitosa (Polychaeta: Serpulidae). J. Evolutionary Biology. doi: 10.1111/jeb.13403. PDF. GitHub.


Olito, C., J. K. Abbott, and C. Y. Jordan. 2018. The interaction between sex-specific selection and local adaptation in species without separate sexes. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. B. doi: 10.1098/rstb.2017.0426. PDF. GitHub.

Connallon, T.*, C. Olito*, L. Dutoit, H. Papoli, F. Ruzicka, and L. Yong. 2018. Local adaptation and the evolution of inversions on sex chromosomes and autosomes. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. B.  doi: 10.1098/rstb.2017.0423. PDF. GitHub. *denotes equal contributions


Olito, C., D. J. Marshall, and T. Connallon. 2017. The evolution of reproductive phenology in broadcast spawners: frequency-dependent sexually antagonistic selection and the maintenance of polymorphism. The American Naturalist DOI:10.1086/690010. PDF.

Olito, C., C. W. White, D. J. Marshall, and D. M. Barneche. 2017. Estimating monotonic biological rates using local linear regression. Journal of Experimental Biology DOI: 10.1242/jeb.148775. PDF.  GitHub.


Olito, C. 2016. Consequences of genetic linkage for the maintenance of sexually antagonistic polymorphism in hermaphrodites. Evolution DOI:10.1111/evo.13120. GitHub. PDF


Olito, C., M. Bode, and D. J. Marshall. 2015. Evolutionary consequences of fertilization mode on asynchrony and reproductive phenology. Marine Ecology Progress Series 537: 23-38. PDF


Olito, C. and J. W. Fox. 2014. Species traits and relative abundances predict metrics of plant-pollinator network structure, but not pairwise interactions. Oikos DOI: 10.1111/oik.01439. PDF


Olito, C. and T. Fukami. 2009. Long term effects of predator arrival timing on prey community succession. The American Naturalist 173:354-362. PDF

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