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David Punzalan
David Punzalan
Department of Biology, University of Victoria
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Frequency-dependent survival in natural guppy populations
R Olendorf, FH Rodd, D Punzalan, AE Houde, C Hurt, DN Reznick, ...
Nature 441 (7093), 633-636, 2006
2562006
Assessment during aggressive contests between male jumping spiders
DO Elias, MM Kasumovic, D Punzalan, MCB Andrade, AC Mason
Animal Behaviour 76 (3), 901-910, 2008
1552008
Perceptual processes and the maintenance of polymorphism through frequency-dependent predation
D Punzalan, FH Rodd, KA Hughes
Evolutionary Ecology 19 (3), 303-320, 2005
1212005
Temporally variable multivariate sexual selection on sexually dimorphic traits in a wild insect population
D Punzalan, FH Rodd, L Rowe
The American Naturalist 175 (4), 401-414, 2010
722010
Condition dependence of sexually dimorphic colouration and longevity in the ambush bug Phymata americana
D Punzalan, M Cooray, F Helen Rodd, L Rowe
Journal of evolutionary biology 21 (5), 1297-1306, 2008
662008
Sexual selection mediated by the thermoregulatory effects of male colour pattern in the ambush bug Phymata americana
D Punzalan, FH Rodd, L Rowe
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1634), 483-492, 2008
612008
Comparing the intersex genetic correlation for fitness across novel environments in the fruit fly, Drosophila serrata
D Punzalan, M Delcourt, HD Rundle
Heredity 112 (2), 143-148, 2014
602014
Experience affects the outcome of agonistic contests without affecting the selective advantage of size
MM Kasumovic, DO Elias, D Punzalan, AC Mason, MCB Andrade
Animal Behaviour 77 (6), 1533-1538, 2009
442009
Do female fruit flies (Drosophila serrata) copy the mate choice of others?
HL Auld, D Punzalan, JGJ Godin, HD Rundle
Behavioural Processes 82 (1), 78-80, 2009
372009
Sexual dimorphism: why the sexes are (and are not) different
D Punzalan, DJ Hosken
Current Biology 20 (22), R972-R973, 2010
292010
Contemporary sexual selection on sexually dimorphic traits in the ambush bug Phymata americana
D Punzalan, FH Rodd, L Rowe
Behavioral Ecology 19 (4), 860-870, 2008
282008
The strength of sex‐specific selection in the wild
A Singh, D Punzalan
Evolution 72 (12), 2818-2824, 2018
252018
Correlation of mycelial growth rate with other phenotypic characters in evolved genotypes of Aspergillus nidulans
S Schoustra, D Punzalan
Fungal Biology 116 (5), 630-636, 2012
182012
Discrimination of conspecific‐built chimneys from human‐built ones by the burrowing crayfish, Fallicambarus fodiens (Decapoda, Cambaridae)
D Punzalan, RC Guiaşu, D Belchior, DW Dunham
Invertebrate Biology 120 (1), 58-66, 2001
152001
Evolution of sexual dimorphism in phenotypic covariance structure in Phymata
D Punzalan, L Rowe
Evolution 69 (6), 1597-1609, 2015
112015
Multivariate phenotypic divergence due to the fixation of beneficial mutations in experimentally evolved lineages of a filamentous fungus
SE Schoustra, D Punzalan, R Dali, HD Rundle, R Kassen
PLoS One 7 (11), e50305, 2012
92012
Hybridisation and lack of prezygotic barriers between Phymata pennsylvanica and americana
D Punzalan, L Rowe
Ecological Entomology 42 (2), 210-220, 2017
72017
Concordance between stabilizing sexual selection, intraspecific variation, and interspecific divergence in Phymata
D Punzalan, L Rowe
Ecology and Evolution 6 (22), 7997-8009, 2016
62016
Viability selection on female fly finery in the wild
DT Gwynne, D Punzalan, J Hunt
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 116 (3), 530-540, 2015
52015
Climate change has different predicted effects on the range shifts of two hybridizing ambush bug (Phymata, Family Reduviidae, Order Hemiptera) species
VM Zhang, D Punzalan, L Rowe
Ecology and evolution 10 (21), 12036-12048, 2020
42020
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