James Dale
James Dale
Professor in Evolutionary Biology, Massey University, New Zealand
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Individual recognition: it is good to be different
EA Tibbetts, J Dale
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 22 (10), 529-537, 2007
5282007
A socially enforced signal of quality in a paper wasp
EA Tibbetts, J Dale
Nature 432 (7014), 218-222, 2004
3672004
Different colors reveal different information: how nutritional stress affects the expression of melanin-and structurally based ornamental plumage
KJ McGraw, EA Mackillop, J Dale, ME Hauber
Journal of Experimental Biology 205 (23), 3747-3755, 2002
3642002
Signaling individual identity versus quality: a model and case studies with ruffs, queleas, and house finches
J Dale, DB Lank, HK Reeve
The American Naturalist 158 (1), 75-86, 2001
1982001
Sexual selection explains Rensch's rule of allometry for sexual size dimorphism
J Dale, PO Dunn, J Figuerola, T Lislevand, T Székely, LA Whittingham
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 274 (1628), 2971-2979, 2007
1932007
The effects of life history and sexual selection on male and female plumage colouration
J Dale, CJ Dey, K Delhey, B Kempenaers, M Valcu
Nature 527 (7578), 367-370, 2015
1692015
Social environment during molt and the expression of melanin-based plumage pigmentation in male house sparrows (Passer domesticus)
KJ McGraw, J Dale, EA Mackillop
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 53 (2), 116-122, 2003
1342003
Intraspecific variation in coloration
J Dale
Bird coloration 2, 36-86, 2006
1272006
Influence of dietary carotenoids on plasma and plumage colour in the house finch: intra-and intersexual variation
GE Hill, R Montgomerie, CY Inouye, J Dale
Functional Ecology, 343-350, 1994
1041994
Ornamental plumage does not signal male quality in red-billed queleas
J Dale
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
982000
Candidate genes for carotenoid coloration in vertebrates and their expression profiles in the carotenoid-containing plumage and bill of a wild bird
N Walsh, J Dale, KJ McGraw, MA Pointer, NI Mundy
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1726), 58-66, 2012
762012
Sex‐Specific Variability in the Immune System across Life‐History Stages
OP Love, KG Salvante, J Dale, TD Williams
The American Naturalist 172 (3), E99-E112, 2008
652008
Global gradients of avian longevity support the classic evolutionary theory of ageing
M Valcu, J Dale, M Griesser, S Nakagawa, B Kempenaers
Ecography 37 (10), 930-938, 2014
572014
Bill color, not badge size, indicates testosterone-related information in house sparrows
S Laucht, B Kempenaers, J Dale
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 64 (9), 1461-1471, 2010
522010
Red Phalarope: Phalaropus Fulicarius
DM Tracy, DL Schamel, J Dale, American Ornithologists' Union, ...
Birds of North America, Inc., 2002
522002
Manipulating the appearance of a badge of status causes changes in true badge expression
CJ Dey, J Dale, JS Quinn
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1775), 20132680, 2014
362014
A testable definition of individual recognition
EA Tibbetts, MJ Sheehan, J Dale
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 23 (7), 356, 2008
362008
Frequency and timing of extrapair fertilisation in the polyandrous red phalarope (Phalaropus fulicarius)
J Dale, R Montgomerie, D Michaud, P Boag
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 46 (1), 50-56, 1999
361999
Visual signals for individual identification: the silent “song” of ruffs
DB Lank, J Dale
The Auk 118 (3), 759-765, 2001
352001
Circulating testosterone levels do not affect exploration in house sparrows: observational and experimental tests
A Mutzel, B Kempenaers, S Laucht, NJ Dingemanse, J Dale
Animal Behaviour 81 (4), 731-739, 2011
342011
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