Emile van Lieshout
Emile van Lieshout
School of Animal Biology, University of Western Australia
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei uwa.edu.au
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Nutritional bias as a new mode of adjusting sex allocation
MJL Magrath, E Van Lieshout, GH Visser, J Komdeur
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
Sexual conflict and correlated evolution between male persistence and female resistance traits in the seed beetle Callosobruchus maculatus
LR Dougherty, E van Lieshout, KB McNamara, JA Moschilla, G Arnqvist, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1855), 20170132, 2017
Estimating expenditure on male and female offspring in a sexually size‐dimorphic bird: a comparison of different methods
MJL Magrath, E Van Lieshout, IDO Pen, GH Visser, JAN Komdeur
Journal of Animal Ecology 76 (6), 1169-1180, 2007
Age‐dependent trade‐offs between immunity and male, but not female, reproduction
KB McNamara, E Van Lieshout, TM Jones, LW Simmons
Journal of Animal Ecology 82 (1), 235-244, 2013
Longer exaggerated male genitalia confer defensive sperm-competitive benefits in an earwig
E van Lieshout, MA Elgar
Evolutionary Ecology 25 (2), 351-362, 2011
Conflict resolution strategies in meat ants (Iridomyrmex purpureus): ritualised displays versus lethal fighting
E van Lieshout, MA Elgar, E van Wilgenburg
Behaviour 142 (6), 701-716, 2005
Quantitative genetic insights into the coevolutionary dynamics of male and female genitalia
JP Evans, E Van Lieshout, C Gasparini
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1763), 20130749, 2013
Rapid loss of behavioral plasticity and immunocompetence under intense sexual selection
E Van Lieshout, KB McNamara, LW Simmons
Evolution 68 (9), 2550-2558, 2014
The effect of maternal and paternal immune challenge on offspring immunity and reproduction in a cricket
KB McNamara, E Van Lieshout, LW Simmons
Journal of evolutionary biology 27 (6), 1020-1028, 2014
Females suffer a reduction in the viability of stored sperm following an immune challenge
KB McNamara, E Van Lieshout, LW Simmons
Journal of evolutionary biology 27 (1), 133-140, 2014
Armament under direct sexual selection does not exhibit positive allometry in an earwig
E van Lieshout, MA Elgar
Behavioral Ecology 20 (2), 258-264, 2009
A test of the sexy-sperm and good-sperm hypotheses for the evolution of polyandry
KB McNamara, E Van Lieshout, LW Simmons
Behavioral Ecology 25 (4), 989-995, 2014
Why do female Callosobruchus maculatus kick their mates?
E Van Lieshout, KB McNamara, LW Simmons
PLoS One 9 (4), e95747, 2014
Heat stress but not inbreeding affects offensive sperm competitiveness in Callosobruchus maculatus
E Van Lieshout, JL Tomkins, LW Simmons
Ecology and evolution 3 (9), 2859-2866, 2013
Knowledge of, and attitudes towards health-related biotechnology applications amongst Australian year 10 high school students
E Van Lieshout, V Dawson
Journal of Biological Education 50 (3), 329-344, 2016
Male genital length and mating status differentially affect mating behaviour in an earwig
E van Lieshout
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 65 (2), 149-156, 2011
Male-biased sex ratio does not promote increased sperm competitiveness in the seed beetle, Callosobruchus maculatus
KB McNamara, SP Robinson, ME Rosa, NS Sloan, E Van Lieshout, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-7, 2016
Owner positional disadvantage in contests over mating prevents monopolization of females
E Van Lieshout, MA Elgar
Animal behaviour 82 (4), 753-758, 2011
No male agonistic experience effect on pre-copulatory mate choice in female earwigs
E van Lieshout, E van Wilgenburg, MA Elgar
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63 (12), 1727-1733, 2009
Consequences of paternal care on pectoral fin allometry in a desert-dwelling fish
E Van Lieshout, PA Svensson, BBM Wong
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67 (3), 513-518, 2013
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