Carie B. Weddle
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Females use self-referent cues to avoid mating with previous mates
TM Ivy, CB Weddle, SK Sakaluk
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1580), 2475-2478, 2005
1102005
Cryptic sexual conflict in gift-giving insects: chasing the chase-away
SK Sakaluk, RL Avery, CB Weddle
The American Naturalist 167 (1), 94-104, 2006
712006
Cuticular hydrocarbons as a basis for chemosensory self‐referencing in crickets: a potentially universal mechanism facilitating polyandry in insects
CB Weddle, S Steiger, CG Hamaker, GD Ower, C Mitchell, SK Sakaluk, ...
Ecology Letters 16 (3), 346-353, 2013
612013
Give ‘til it hurts: trade‐offs between immunity and male reproductive effort in the decorated cricket, Gryllodes sigillatus
SN Gershman, CA Barnett, AM Pettinger, CB Weddle, J Hunt, SK Sakaluk
Journal of evolutionary biology 23 (4), 829-839, 2010
452010
Lovesick: immunological costs of mating to male sagebrush crickets
JC Leman, CB Weddle, SN Gershman, AM Kerr, GD Ower, JM St John, ...
Journal of evolutionary biology 22 (1), 163-171, 2009
432009
Sex‐specific genotype‐by‐environment interactions for cuticular hydrocarbon expression in decorated crickets, Gryllodes sigillatus: implications for the evolution of …
CB Weddle, C Mitchell, SK Bay, SK Sakaluk, J Hunt
Journal of evolutionary biology 25 (10), 2112-2125, 2012
392012
Effects of ectoparasites on nestling body mass in the house sparrow
CB Weddle
The Condor 102 (3), 684-687, 2000
382000
Inbred decorated crickets exhibit higher measures of macroparasitic immunity than outbred individuals
SN Gershman, CA Barnett, AM Pettinger, CB Weddle, J Hunt, SK Sakaluk
Heredity 105 (3), 282-289, 2010
322010
Female mating frequency increases with temperature in two cricket species, Gryllodes sigillatus and Acheta domesticus (Orthoptera: Gryllidae)
TK Kindle, KM Johnson, TM Ivy, CB Weddle, SK Sakaluk
Canadian journal of zoology 84 (9), 1345-1350, 2009
242009
Self-referent phenotype matching and its role in female mate choice in arthropods
CB Weddle, J Hunt, SK Sakaluk
Current Zoology 59 (2), 239-248, 2013
222013
Female choice for male cuticular hydrocarbon profile in decorated crickets is not based on similarity to their own profile
S Steiger, A Capodeanu‐Nägler, SN Gershman, CB Weddle, J Rapkin, ...
Journal of evolutionary biology 28 (12), 2175-2186, 2015
102015
Ingestion of male haemolymph and mating propensity of female sagebrush crickets: no evidence of a male-derived antiaphrodisiac
CB Weddle, SK Sakaluk
Animal behaviour 65 (1), 83-88, 2003
102003
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Signal Reliability, Sex‐Specific Genotype‐by‐Environment Interactions in Cuticular Hydrocarbon Expression, and the Maintenance of Polyandry through Chemosensory Self …
SK Sakaluk, C Weddle, J Hunt
Genotype‐by‐Environment Interactions and Sexual Selection, 312-330, 2014
12014
A Journal
C Stack
Kalamazoo College English Senior Individualized Projects Collection, 1976
11976
Scent of a female: Chemosensory self-referencing as a mechanism to facilitate polyandry in female decorated crickets, Gryllodes siglllatus
CB Weddle
Illinois State University, 2012
2012
Lovesick: Immunological Costs of Mating of Male Sagebrush Crickets
J Lehman, C Weddle, JS John, A Kerr, S Gershman, S Sakaluk
The UW National Parks Service Research Station Annual Reports 31, 109-114, 2008
2008
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Biol. Lett 3 (5), 453-588, 2007
2007
Immuniological Costs of Mating to Male Sagebrush Crickets
J Leman, C Weddle, G Ower, S Sakulak
The UW National Parks Service Research Station Annual Reports 30, 114-118, 2006
2006
Ingestion of Male Hemolymph by Female Sagebrush Crickets: No Evidence of Male-Derived Anti-Aphrodisiacs
C Weddle, J Allen, H Jones, J Sakaluk, S Sakaluk
The UW National Parks Service Research Station Annual Reports 24, 93-97, 2000
2000
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