*Madrid-Thorson, J. , *M. Smithson, and four others M.F. Dybdahl, and M. Skinner. 2017. Epigenetics and adaptive phenotypic variation between habitats in an asexual snail. Scientific Reports, 7(1), 14139
Nuismer S.N., *C.J. Jenkins, and M.F. Dybdahl. (2017). Identifying coevolving loci using interspecific genetic correlations. Ecology and evolution, 7(17), 6894-6903.
Nuismer S.N. and M.F. Dybdahl. 2016. Quantifying the coevolutionary potential of multi-step immune defenses. Evolution 70(2), 282-295
*Riley, L. A., and M. F. Dybdahl. 2015. The roles of resource availability and competition in mediating growth rates of invasive and native freshwater snails. Freshwater Biology.
*Kistner, E.J. and M.F. Dybdahl. 2014. Parallel variation among populations in the shell morphology between sympatric native and invasive aquatic snails. Biological Invasions. 10.1007/s10530-014-0691-4
Levri E.P., Krist A.C., Bilka R., Dybdahl M.F. 2014. Phenotypic Plasticity of the Introduced New Zealand Mud Snail, Potamopyrgus antipodarum, Compared to Sympatric Native Snails. PLoS ONE 9(4): e93985. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0093985
Dybdahl, M.F., *C. E. Jenkins, and S. Nuismer. 2014. Identifying the molecular basis of coevolution: merging models and mechanisms. American Naturalist 184(1):1-13. doi: 10.1086/676591
*Drown DM, Dybdahl MF and Gomulkiewicz R. 2013. Consumer-resource interactions and the evolution of migration. Evolution 67:3290-3304 DOI:10.1111/evo.12194
*Kistner, E. and M.F. Dybdahl. 2013. Adaptive responses and invasion: the role of plasticity and evolution in snail shell morphology. Evolution and Ecology. 3:424-436 doi: 10.1002/ece3.471
Dybdahl M.F., and *Drown DM. 2012. Response to comments on “The absence of genotypic diversity in a successful parthenogenetic invader.” Biological Invasions 14:1647-1649 DOI 10.1007/s10530-012-0185-1
Dybdahl M.F., and *Drown DM. 2011. The absence of genotypic diversity in a successful parthenogenetic invader. Biological Invasions 13: 1663-1672.
*Drown DM, Levri EP, Dybdahl M.F. 2011. Invasive genotypes are opportunistic specialists not general purpose genotypes. Evolutionary Applications 4: 132-143.
Jokela, J., M.F. Dybdahl, and C.M. Lively. 2009. Rapid clonal dynamics and parasite coevolution in a population of sexual and asexual snails. American Naturalist 174:S43-53
Dybdahl, M.F., J. Jokela, L. Delph, B. Koskella, and C.M. Lively. 2008. Hybrid fitness in a locally adapted parasite. American Naturalist 172:772-782
*Riley, L.A., M.F. Dybdahl and B.O. Hall. 2008. Invasive species impact: asymmetric interactions between invasive and endemic freshwater snails. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 27:509-520
Lively, C.M., L.F. Delph, M.F. Dybdahl, and J. Jokela. 2008. Experimental test of a co-evolutionary hotspot in a host-parasite interaction. Evolutionary Ecology Research 10:95-103
Gomulkiewicz, R., *D. Drown, M.F. Dybdahl, W. Godsoe, S.L. Nuismer, K.M. Pepin, B. Ridenhour, C.I Smith, and J.B. Yoder. 2007. The do’s and don’ts of testing the Geographic Mosaic Theory of coevolution. Heredity 98:249-258 (invited review)
Hall, R.O., M.F. Dybdahl, and M.C. VanderLoop. 2006, Invasive species and energy flow: Extremely high secondary production of introduced snails in rivers. Ecological Applications 16:1121-1131
*Fromme, A. and M.F. Dybdahl. 2006. Resistance in introduced populations of a freshwater snail to native range parasites. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 19:1948-1955
Dybdahl, M.F. 2006. Coevolution and ecology: how geography alters species interactions. Ecoscience 13:427-428. (Invited book review)
Dybdahl, M.F. and S.L. Kane. 2005. Adaptation versus phenotypic plasticity in the success of a clonal invader. Ecology. 86:1592-1601
Kerans B. L., M.F. Dybdahl, M. M. Gangloff, and J. E. Jannot. 2005. Macroinvertebrate assemblages and the New Zealand mud snail, a recent invader to streams of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 24:123-138
Dybdahl, M.F. and A.C. Krist. 2004. Genotypic vs. condition effects on parasite-driven rare advantage. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17:967-973
Lively, C.M., M.F. Dybdahl, et al. 2004. Host sex and local adaptation by parasites in a snail-trematode interaction. American Naturalist 164:S6-S18
Dybdahl, M.F. and A. Storfer. 2003. Parasite local adaptation: Red Queen versus Suicide King. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18:523-530.
Jokela, J., C.M. Lively, M.F. Dybdahl, J.A. Fox. 2003. Genetic variation in sexual and clonal lineages of a freshwater snail. Biol. J. Linn. Soc 79:165-181
Hall, R.O., J. Tank, and M.F. Dybdahl. 2003. Exotic snails dominate nitrogen and carbon cycling in a highly productive stream. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1:407-411
Lively, C.M. and M.F. Dybdahl. 2000. Parasite adaptation to locally common host genotypes. Nature 405:679-681.
Lively, C.M. and M.F. Dybdahl. 2000. In search of the Red Queen: a response. Parasitology Today 16:508
Jokela, J., M.F. Dybdahl, and C.M. Lively. 1999. Habitat-specific variation in life-history traits, clonal population structure, and parasitism in a freshwater snail (Potamopyrgus antipodarum). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 12:350-360
Dybdahl, M.F. and C.M. Lively. 1998. Host-parasite interactions: evidence for a rare advantage and time-lagged selection in a natural population. Evolution 52:1057-1066
Jokela, J., C.M. Lively, J.A. Fox, and M.F. Dybdahl. 1997. Flat reaction norms and ‘frozen’ phenotypic variation in clonal snails (Potamopyrgus antipodarum). Evolution 51:1120-1129.
Jokela, J., C.M. Lively, M.F. Dybdahl, and J.A. Fox. 1997. Evidence for a cost of sex in the freshwater snail Potamopyrgus antipodarum. Ecology 78:452-460
Fox, J.A., M.F. Dybdahl, J. Jokela, and C.M. Lively. 1996. Genetic structure of coexisting sexual and clonal subpopulations in a freshwater snail (Potamopyrgus antipodarum). Evolution 50:1541-1548
Dybdahl, M.F. and C. M. Lively. 1996. The geography of coevolution: comparative population structures for a snail and its trematode parasite. Evolution 50:2264-2275.
Dybdahl, M.F. 1995. Selection on life-history traits across a wave exposure gradient in the tidepool copepod Tigriopus californicus. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 192(2):195-210
Dybdahl, M.F. and C.M. Lively. 1995. Diverse, endemic, and polyphyletic clones in mixed populations of a freshwater snail Potamopyrgus antipodarum. J. Evol. Biol. 8:385-398
Dybdahl, M.F. and C.M. Lively. 1995, Host-parasite interactions: infection of common clones in natural populations of a freshwater snail (Potamopyrgus antipodarum). Proceedings of the Royal Society, London, B. 260:99-103
Dybdahl, M.F. 1994. Extinction, recolonization, and the genetic structure of tidepool copepods. Evolutionary Ecology 8:113-124
*WSU graduate student author