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2019. Sardell, Rebecca J., Arcese, Peter, Keller, Lukas F., and Reid, Jane M. The forces driving extra-pair reproduction by socially monogamous females, and the resulting genetic polyandry, remain unclear. A testable predicti... The American Naturalist.
2019. Dakin, Roslyn and Montgomerie, Robert. Theory holds that dishonest signaling can be stable if it is rare. We report here that some peacocks perform specialized copulation calls (hoots) w... The American Naturalist.
2019. Lingle, Susan and Riede, Tobias. Acoustic structure, behavioral context, and caregiver responses to infant distress vocalizations (cries) are similar across mammals, including huma... The American Naturalist.
2019. Marcil-Ferland, Dominique, Festa-Bianchet, Marco, Matin, Alexandre M., and Pelletier, Fanie. Individuals experiencing poor growth early in life may later make up their size deficit. Compensatory growth or growth prolongation may lead to suc... The American Naturalist.
2019. Kubli, Shawn P. and MacDougall-Shackleton, Elizabeth. In short-lived animals, innate immunity is an important component of fitness and quality. Although receivers cannot generally assess a signaler's i... The American Naturalist.
2019. Huang, Yuheng, Tran, Ivan, and Agrawal, Aneil F. Environmental heterogeneity helps maintain genetic variation in fitness. Therefore, one might predict that populations living in heterogeneous envi... The American Naturalist.
2019. Rollinson, Njal and Hutchings, Jeffrey A. Parents can maximize their reproductive success by balancing the trade-off between investment per offspring and fecundity. According to theory, env... The American Naturalist.
2019. Bots, Jessica, Iserbyt, Arne, Van Gossum, Hans, Hammers, Martijn, and Sherratt, Thomas N. Species showing color polymorphisms—the presence of two or more genetically determined color morphs within a single population—are excellent system... The American Naturalist.
2019. Wolak, Matthew E. and Reid, Jane M. The degree of inbreeding expressed within populations can profoundly shape evolutionary dynamics. The degree to which individuals inbreed is freque... The American Naturalist.
2019. Start, Denon. Intraspecific variation is central to our understanding of evolution and ecology, but these fields generally consider either the mean trait value o... The American Naturalist.