Sarah Pryke
Sarah Pryke
Senior Lecturer, Research School of Biology, The Australian National University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei anu.edu.au
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Multiple receivers, multiple ornaments, and a trade-off between agonistic and epigamic signaling in a widowbird
S Andersson, SR Pryke, J Örnborg, MJ Lawes, M Andersson
The American Naturalist 160 (5), 683-691, 2002
2902002
Sexual selection of multiple handicaps in the red‐collared widowbird: female choice of tail length but not carotenoid display
SR Pryke, S Andersson, MJ Lawes
Evolution 55 (7), 1452-1463, 2001
1882001
Red dominates black: agonistic signalling among head morphs in the colour polymorphic Gouldian finch
SR Pryke, SC Griffith
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1589), 949-957, 2006
1862006
Carotenoid status signaling in captive and wild red-collared widowbirds: independent effects of badge size and color
SR Pryke, S Andersson, MJ Lawes, SE Piper
Behavioral Ecology 13 (5), 622-631, 2002
1852002
Agonistic carotenoid signalling in male red-collared widowbirds: aggression related to the colour signal of both the territory owner and model intruder
SR Pryke, MJ Lawes, S Andersson
Animal Behaviour 62 (4), 695-704, 2001
1722001
Pronounced within‐individual plasticity in sperm morphometry across social environments
S Immler, SR Pryke, TR Birkhead, SC Griffith
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (6), 1634-1643, 2010
1142010
Carotenoid-based status signalling in red-shouldered widowbirds (Euplectes axillaris): epaulet size and redness affect captive and territorial competition
SR Pryke, S Andersson
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 53 (6), 393-401, 2003
1122003
Genetic incompatibility drives sex allocation and maternal investment in a polymorphic finch
SR Pryke, SC Griffith
Science 323 (5921), 1605-1607, 2009
1092009
Frequency-dependent physiological trade-offs between competing colour morphs
SR Pryke, LB Astheimer, WA Buttemer, SC Griffith
Biology Letters 3 (5), 494-497, 2007
1042007
The relative role of male vs. female mate choice in maintaining assortative pairing among discrete colour morphs
SR Pryke, SC Griffith
Journal of evolutionary biology 20 (4), 1512-1521, 2007
1032007
Low level of extrapair parentage in wild zebra finches
SC Griffith, CE Holleley, MM Mariette, SR Pryke, N Svedin
Animal Behaviour 79 (2), 261-264, 2010
922010
Is red an innate or learned signal of aggression and intimidation?
SR Pryke
Animal Behaviour 78 (2), 393-398, 2009
912009
Use of nest-boxes by the Zebra Finch (Taeniopygia guttata): implications for reproductive success and research
SC Griffith, SR Pryke, M Mariette
Emu-Austral Ornithology 108 (4), 311-319, 2008
882008
Carotenoid-based epaulettes reveal male competitive ability: experiments with resident and floater red-shouldered widowbirds
SR Pryke, S Andersson
Animal Behaviour 66 (2), 217-224, 2003
882003
Benefits to females of assessing color displays
NCG SIMO, R PRY
Bird coloration: Function and evolution 2, 233, 2006
822006
Postzygotic genetic incompatibility between sympatric color morphs
SR Pryke, SC Griffith
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 63 (3), 793-798, 2009
802009
Width of grassland linkages for the conservation of butterflies in South African afforested areas
SR Pryke, MJ Samways
Biological Conservation 101 (1), 85-96, 2001
802001
Sex chromosome linkage of mate preference and color signal maintains assortative mating between interbreeding finch morphs
SR Pryke
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 64 (5), 1301-1310, 2010
762010
Fiery red heads: female dominance among head color morphs in the Gouldian finch
SR Pryke
Behavioral Ecology 18 (3), 621-627, 2007
732007
Females use multiple mating and genetically loaded sperm competition to target compatible genes
SR Pryke, LA Rollins, SC Griffith
science 329 (5994), 964-967, 2010
612010
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