David W. Kikuchi
David W. Kikuchi
Bielefeld University
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Predator cognition permits imperfect coral snake mimicry
DW Kikuchi, DW Pfennig
The American Naturalist 176 (6), 830-834, 2010
1142010
Imperfect mimicry and the limits of natural selection
DW Kikuchi, DW Pfennig
The Quarterly review of biology 88 (4), 297-315, 2013
1052013
High-model abundance may permit the gradual evolution of Batesian mimicry: an experimental test
DW Kikuchi, DW Pfennig
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1684), 1041-1048, 2010
642010
A Batesian mimic and its model share color production mechanisms
DW Kikuchi, DW Pfennig
Current Zoology 58 (4), 658-667, 2012
322012
Population densities of curassows, guans, and chachalacas (Cracidae): Effects of body size, habitat, season, and hunting
GH Kattan, MC Muñoz, DW Kikuchi
The Condor: Ornithological Applications 118 (1), 24-32, 2016
292016
Costs of learning and the evolution of mimetic signals
DW Kikuchi, TN Sherratt
The American Naturalist 186 (3), 321-332, 2015
292015
Competition and the evolution of imperfect mimicry
DW Pfennig, DW Kikuchi
Current Zoology 58 (4), 608-619, 2012
272012
Hierarchical overshadowing of stimuli and its role in mimicry evolution
TN Sherratt, E Whissell, R Webster, DW Kikuchi
Animal Behaviour 108, 73-79, 2015
232015
Mimicry's palette: widespread use of conserved pigments in the aposematic signals of snakes
DW Kikuchi, BM Seymoure, DW Pfennig
Evolution & Development 16 (2), 61-67, 2014
222014
More than mimicry? Evaluating scope for flicker-fusion as a defensive strategy in coral snake mimics
GC Titcomb, DW Kikuchi, DW Pfennig
Current Zoology 60 (1), 123-130, 2014
212014
Selection for multicomponent mimicry: equal feature salience and variation in preferred traits
DW Kikuchi, J Mappes, TN Sherratt, JK Valkonen
Behavioral Ecology 27 (5), 1515-1521, 2016
192016
An empirical test of 2-dimensional signal detection theory applied to Batesian mimicry
DW Kikuchi, G Malick, RJ Webster, E Whissell, TN Sherratt
Behavioral Ecology 26 (4), 1226-1235, 2015
152015
Batesian mimicry promotes pre‐and postmating isolation in a snake mimicry complex
DW Pfennig, CK Akcali, DW Kikuchi
Evolution 69 (4), 1085-1090, 2015
152015
Terrestrial and understorey insectivorous birds of a Peruvian cloud forest: species richness, abundance, density, territory size and biomass
DW Kikuchi
Journal of Tropical Ecology 25 (5), 523-529, 2009
152009
Pollinators and pollen dispersal of Piper dilatatum (Piperaceae) on Barro Colorado Island, Panama
DW Kikuchi, E Lasso, JW Dalling, N Nur
Journal of Tropical Ecology 23 (5), 603-606, 2007
152007
Insincere flattery? Understanding the evolution of imperfect deceptive mimicry
DJ McLean, G Cassis, DW Kikuchi, G Giribet, ME Herberstein
The Quarterly Review of Biology 94 (4), 395-415, 2019
132019
Is the future already here? The impact of climate change on the distribution of the eastern coral snake (Micrurus fulvius)
JN Archis, C Akcali, BL Stuart, D Kikuchi, AJ Chunco
PeerJ 6, e4647, 2018
132018
Evaluating the utility of camera traps in field studies of predation
CK Akcali, HA Pérez-Mendoza, D Salazar-Valenzuela, DW Kikuchi, ...
PeerJ 7, e6487, 2019
112019
Coevolutionary arms races in Batesian mimicry? A test of the chase-away hypothesis
CK Akcali, DW Kikuchi, DW Pfennig
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 124 (4), 668-676, 2018
112018
Signal categorization by foraging animals depends on ecological diversity
DW Kikuchi, A Dornhaus, V Gopeechund, TN Sherratt
Elife 8, e43965, 2019
62019
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