Behavioral Ecology

ELIAS, D. O., HEBETS, E. A. & HOY, R. R. (2006)

    Female preference for complex / novel signals in a spider. Behavioral Ecology: 1-7

HEBETS. E. A. & MADDISON, W. P. (2005)

    Xenophilic mating preferences among populations of the jumping spider Habronatus pugillis GRISWOLD. Behavioral Ecology: 1-8

NELSON, X. J., JACKSON, R. R. (2006)

    Vision-based innate aversion to ants and ant mimics. Behavioral Ecology 17: 676-681

NELSON, X. J., JACKSON, R. R. & LI, D. (2006)

    Conditional use of honest signaling by a Batesian mimic. Behavioral Ecology 17: 575-580

ROBERTS, J. A., TAYLOR, P. W. & UETZ, G. W. (2006)

    Consequences of complex signallin: predator detection of multimodal cues . Behavioral Ecology 18 (1): 236-240

ROITBERG, B. D., MONDOR, E. B. & TYERMAN, J. G. A. (2003)

    Pouncing spider, flying mosquito: blood acquisition increases predation risk in mosquitos. Behavioral Ecology 14 (5): 736-740

SKOW, C. D. & JAKOB, E. M. (2005)

    Jumping spiders attend to context during learned avoidance of aposematic prey . Behavioral Ecology 17: 34-40