A mating pair of Atlantic mollies, Poecilia mexicana
— photo by Caitlin Gabor
Articles in the September & July issues of Volume 15 (2013) are hot-linked below.
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Geographic variation in behaviour: an introduction.
Caitlin R. Gabor, Andrea S. Aspbury & Rafael L. Rodríguez 2013(6) (Gabor@txstate.edu)
Keywords: environmental variation, phenotypic plasticity, reproductive isolation, sexual selection, speciation
Geographic variation in acoustic communication: reproductive character displacement and speciation.
H. Carl Gerhardt 2013(6) (GerhardtH@missouri.edu)
Keywords: acoustic communication, auditory masking, cascades of speciation, geographical variation, sexual selection
Sexual selection paves the road to sexual isolation during ecological speciation.
R. Brian Langerhans & Amber M. Makowicz 2013(6) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Keywords: adaptive radiation, mate recognition, mating behaviours, natural selection, predation, sexual selection, speciation
Geographic variation in male mate choice in a gynogenetic species complex: evaluating long-term data across mating contexts.
Caitlin R. Gabor, Laura Alberici da Barbiano & Andrea S. Aspbury 2013(6) (Gabor@txstate.edu)
Keywords: Poecilia formosa, Poecilia latipinna, reproductive isolation, speciation, temporal variation
Geographic variation in sexual signals and behaviour in two species of poison frogs.
Heike Pröhl, Beatriz Willink & Susanne Hauswaldt 2013(6) (Heike.Proehl@tiho-hannover.de)
Keywords: acoustic signals, dendrobatid frogs, genetic divergence, natural selection, Oophaga, sexual selection, visual signals
Climate affects geographic variation in host-plant but not mating preferences of Timema cristinae stick-insect populations.
Patrik Nosil, Rüdiger Riesch & Moritz Muschick 2013(6) (email@example.com)
Keywords: climate, gene flow, genomic divergence, host-plant adaptation, reinforcement, speciation, temperature
Causes of variation in genotype × environment interaction.
Rafael Lucas Rodríguez 2013(6) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Keywords: genotype × environment interaction, maintenance of variation
Evolutionary insights from behavioural geography: plasticity, evolution and responses to rapid environmental change.Volume 15, July 2013
Susan A. Foster 2013(6) (email@example.com)
Keywords: anthropogenic environmental change, behavioural phenotype, contemporary evolution, evolutionary mismatch, geographic variation, phenotypic plasticity
Acclimation to daily thermal variability drives the metabolic performance curve.
Francisco Bozinovic, Tamara P. Catalan, Sergio A. Estay & Pablo Sabat — 2013(5) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Keywords: fitness, global warming, physiological responses, thermal variability
Pleiotropic interactions involving virulence and replication rate in experimentally evolved vesicular stomatitis virus.
Lindsey W. McGee & Susanna K. Remold — 2013(5) (email@example.com)
Keywords: generalism, host range, oncolytic virus, specialism, vesicular stomatitis virus
Sexual selection on locomotor performance in the calanoid copepod Tigriopus californicus.
Roberto F. Nespolo, Rodrigo A. Scheihing & Paulina Artacho — 2013(5) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Keywords: copepods, correlational selection, fitness, locomotor performance
The pattern of dioecy in terrestrial, temperate plant succession.
Jordan P. Sinclair, Jacob L. Korte & D. Carl Freeman — 2013(5) (Al8577@wayne.edu)
Keywords: dioecy, dispersal, inbreeding avoidance, plant mating systems, succession
Detecting a difference in reaction norms for size and time at maturation: pheromone strains of the European corn borer (Ostrinia nubilalis: Lepidoptera, Crambidae).
Helen Vellau, Ene Leppik, Brigitte Frerot & Toomas Tammaru — 2013(5) (email@example.com)
Keywords: Artemisia vulgaris, body size, evolution, growth rate, host race, insect, Ostrinia nubilalis, phenology, Zea mays
Deconstructing the signal: phylogenetic structure, elevation change, and the implications for species co-existence.
John N. Williams & Colleen K. Kelly — 2013(5) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Keywords: environmental gradient, Mexico, nearest taxon index, net relatedness index, phylogenetic clustering, species-to-genus ratio, temporal niche dynamics, tropical dry forest
Viscous populations evolve altruistic programmed ageing in ability conflict in a changing environment.
Jiang-Nan Yang — 2013(5) (email@example.com)
Keywords: evolvability, genetic creativity, kin selection, longevity, population viscosity, senescence