Chris Anderson
Chris Anderson
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The role of interspecific interference competition in character displacement and the evolution of competitor recognition
GF Grether, N Losin, CN Anderson, K Okamoto
Biological Reviews 84 (4), 617-635, 2009
2522009
The evolutionary consequences of interspecific aggression
GF Grether, CN Anderson, JP Drury, ANG Kirschel, N Losin, K Okamoto, ...
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1289 (1), 48-68, 2013
1222013
Interspecific aggression and character displacement of competitor recognition in Hetaerina damselflies
CN Anderson, GF Grether
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1681), 549-555, 2010
1012010
Character displacement in the fighting colours of Hetaerina damselflies
CN Anderson, GF Grether
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1700), 3669-3675, 2010
522010
The conspicuousness of colour cues in male pond damselflies depends on ambient light and visual system
TD Schultz, CN Anderson, LB Symes
Animal Behaviour 76 (4), 1357-1364, 2008
412008
Reproductive interference explains persistence of aggression between species
JP Drury, KW Okamoto, CN Anderson, GF Grether
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1804), 20142256, 2015
402015
An assessment of marking techniques for odonates in the family Calopterygidae
CN Anderson, A Cordoba-Aguilar, JP Drury, GF Grether
Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 141 (3), 258-261, 2011
292011
Sexual selection in Hetaerina titia males: a possible key species to understand the evolution of pigmentation in calopterygid damselflies (Odonata: Zygoptera)
A Córdoba-Aguilar, AC Lesher-Treviño, CN Anderson
Behaviour, 931-952, 2007
282007
Multiple routes to reduced interspecific territorial fighting in Hetaerina damselflies
CN Anderson, GF Grether
Behavioral Ecology 22 (3), 527-534, 2011
232011
The Role of Wing Coloration in Sex Recognition and Competitor Recognition in Rubyspot Damselflies (Hetaerina spp.)
GF Grether, JP Drury, E Berlin, CN Anderson
Ethology 121 (7), 674-685, 2015
152015
Seasonal polyphenism in wing coloration affects species recognition in rubyspot damselflies (Hetaerina spp.)
JP Drury, CN Anderson, GF Grether
Journal of evolutionary biology 28 (8), 1439-1452, 2015
132015
Body Size and Morph as Drivers of Copulation Duration in a Male Dimorphic Damselfly
A Wong‐Muñoz, J., Anderson, C. N., Munguía‐Steyer, R., & Córdoba‐Aguilar
Ethology 119 (5), 407-416, 2013
102013
A general explanation for the persistence of reproductive interference
JP Drury, CN Anderson, MB Cabezas Castillo, J Fisher, S McEachin, ...
The American Naturalist 194 (2), 268-275, 2019
52019
Predicting evolutionary responses to interspecific interference in the wild
GF Grether, JP Drury, KW Okamoto, S McEachin, CN Anderson
Ecology letters 23 (2), 221-230, 2020
22020
Characterization of novel microsatellite loci for Hetaerina americana damselflies, and cross-amplification in other species
CN Anderson, GF Grether
Conservation Genetics Resources 5 (1), 149-151, 2013
22013
Characterization of 12 microsatellite loci in the waterfall damselfly (Paraphlebia zoe) for use in population genetic applications
CN Anderson, GF Grether, A Cordoba-Aguilar
Conservation Genetics Resources 4 (1), 175-177, 2012
22012
March Mammal Madness: a Story about Science and Social Media
PK Connors, JE Light, BP Tanis, JA Drew, CN Anderson, K Hinde
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 59, E42-E42, 2019
2019
ARE YOU READY TO RUMBLE?! Sports Championship Mimicry to Educate about Adaptations, Community Ecology, and Conservation
CN Anderson, KL Lewton, JA Drew, K Hinde
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 156, 69-69, 2015
2015
Reproductive interference and interspecific territoriality in rubyspot damselflies (Hetaerina spp.)
JP Drury, CN Anderson, GF Grether
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 53, E57-E57, 2013
2013
Competitor recognition in rubyspot damselflies (Hetaerina spp.)
CN Anderson
University of California, Los Angeles, 2009
2009
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