Nathan W Bailey
Nathan W Bailey
Professor of Evolutionary Biology, University of St Andrews
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Same-sex sexual behavior and evolution
NW Bailey, M Zuk
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 24 (8), 439-446, 2009
Acoustic experience shapes female mate choice in field crickets
NW Bailey, M Zuk
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1651), 2645-2650, 2008
Acoustic experience shapes alternative mating tactics and reproductive investment in male field crickets
NW Bailey, B Gray, M Zuk
Current Biology 20 (9), 845-849, 2010
Rapid convergent evolution in wild crickets
S Pascoal, T Cezard, A Eik-Nes, K Gharbi, J Majewska, E Payne, ...
Current Biology 24 (12), 1369-1374, 2014
Indirect genetic effects in behavioral ecology: does behavior play a special role in evolution?
NW Bailey, L Marie-Orleach, AJ Moore
Behavioral Ecology 29 (1), 1-11, 2018
Field crickets change mating preferences using remembered social information
NW Bailey, M Zuk
Biology letters 5 (4), 449-451, 2009
Runaway sexual selection without genetic correlations: social environments and flexible mate choice initiate and enhance the Fisher process
NW Bailey, AJ Moore
Evolution 66 (9), 2674-2684, 2012
Evolutionary models of extended phenotypes
NW Bailey
Trends in ecology & evolution 27 (10), 561-569, 2012
Does signalling mitigate the cost of agonistic interactions? A test in a cricket that has lost its song
DM Logue, IO Abiola, D Rains, NW Bailey, M Zuk, WH Cade
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277 (1693), 2571-2575, 2010
Courtship song's role during female mate choice in the field cricket Teleogryllus oceanicus
D Rebar, NW Bailey, M Zuk
Behavioral Ecology 20 (6), 1307-1314, 2009
Socially flexible female choice differs among populations of the Pacific field cricket: geographical variation in the interaction coefficient psi (Ψ)
NW Bailey, M Zuk
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1742), 3589-3596, 2012
Love will tear you apart: different components of female choice exert contrasting selection pressures on male field crickets
NW Bailey
Behavioral Ecology 19 (5), 960-966, 2008
Mating experience in field crickets modifies pre-and postcopulatory female choice in parallel
D Rebar, M Zuk, NW Bailey
Behavioral Ecology 22 (2), 303-309, 2011
Mate choice plasticity in the field cricket Teleogryllus oceanicus: effects of social experience in multiple modalities
NW Bailey
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65, 2269-2278, 2011
Preexisting behavior facilitated the loss of a sexual signal in the field cricket Teleogryllus oceanicus
NW Bailey, JR McNabb, M Zuk
Behavioral Ecology 19 (1), 202-207, 2008
Sexual signal loss: the link between behaviour and rapid evolutionary dynamics in a field cricket
M Zuk, NW Bailey, B Gray, JT Rotenberry
Journal of Animal Ecology 87 (3), 623-633, 2018
Same-sex sexual behaviour and mistaken identity in male field crickets, Teleogryllus oceanicus
NW Bailey, N French
Animal Behaviour 84 (4), 1031-1038, 2012
Exposure to sexual signals during rearing increases immune defence in adult field crickets
NW Bailey, B Gray, M Zuk
Biology letters 7 (2), 217-220, 2011
Indirect genetic effects and sexual conflicts: partner genotype influences multiple morphological and behavioral reproductive traits in a flatworm
L Marie-Orleach, N Vogt-Burri, P Mouginot, A Schlatter, DB Vizoso, ...
Evolution 71 (5), 1232-1245, 2017
Changes in immune effort of male field crickets infested with mobile parasitoid larvae
NW Bailey, M Zuk
Journal of Insect Physiology 54 (1), 96-104, 2008
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