1. Data from: A free-ranging, feral mare (Equus caballus) affords similar maternal care to her genetic and adopted offspring
2019. Nunez, Cassandra Maria Victoria, Adelman, James S., and Rubenstein, Daniel I. Adoption of non-genetic offspring occurs in a variety of species, but is rare in equids. We report a case of adoption by a free-ranging, feral mare... The American Naturalist.
2. Data from: Asteraceae pollen provisions protect Osmia mason bees (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae) from brood parasitism
2019. Spear, Dakota M., Silverman, Sarah, and Forrest, Jessica R. K. Many specialist herbivores eat foods that are apparently low quality. The compensatory benefits of a poor diet may include protection from natural ... 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.
4. Data from: Diversity and composition of viral communities: coinfection of barley and cereal yellow dwarf viruses in California grasslands
2019. Seabloom, Eric W., Hosseini, Parviez R., Power, Alison G., and Borer, Elizabeth T. Most species host multiple pathogens, yet field studies rarely examine the processes determining pathogen diversity within a single host or the e... The American Naturalist.
5. Data from: Does cohistory constrain information use? Evidence for generalized risk assessment in nonnative prey
2019. Grason, Emily W. Though prey use a variety of information sources to assess predation risk, evolutionary cohistory with a predator could constrain information use, ... The American Naturalist.
6. Data from: Experimental evidence for an eco-evolutionary coupling between local adaptation and intraspecific competition
2019. Siepielski, Adam M., Nemirov, Alex, Cattivera, Matthew, and Nickerson, Avery. Determining how adaptive evolution can be coupled to ecological processes is key for developing a more integrative understanding of the demographic... The American Naturalist.
2019. Arbuthnott, Devin, Crespi, Bernard J., and Schwander, Tanja. Why females of many species mate multiply in the absence of direct benefits remains an open question in evolutionary ecology. Interacting and matin... The American Naturalist.
2019. Lacey, Elizabeth P., Lovin, Mary E., and Richter, Scott J. To better understand the evolution of phenotypic plasticity and thermoregulation and their potential value for ectotherms in the face of global war... The American Naturalist.
9. Data from: Hidden Markov models reveal tactical adjustment of temporally-clustered courtship displays in response to the behaviors of a robotic female
2019. Perry, Anna Caroline, Krakauer, Alan H., McElreath, Richard, Harris, David J., and Patricelli, Gail L. We present a statistical approach—a custom-built hidden Markov model (HMM)—that is broadly applicable to the analysis of temporally-clustered displ... The American Naturalist.
10. Data from: Loss of color pigmentation is maintained at high frequency in a monkey flower population
2019. Twyford, Alex D., Caola, Aaron M., Choudhary, Pratibha, Raina, Ramesh, and Friedman, Jannice. Color polymorphisms have long been of evolutionary interest for their diverse roles, including mate choice, predator avoidance, and pollinator attr... The American Naturalist.