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Events from 2019

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Optimal Ultra-Short Copulation Duration in a Sexually Cannibalistic Spider, Braulio Assis and Matthias Foellmer

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Corticosterone Negative Feedback is Weaker During Spring Vs. Autumn Migration in a Songbird (Junco Hyemalis), Carolyn M. Bauer, Jessica L. Graham, and Timothy J. Greives

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Variation in Righting Times of Holothuria Atra, Stichopus Chloronotus, and Holothuria Edulis in Response to Increased Seawater Temperatures on Heron Reef in the Southern GBR, Elizabeth Buccheri, Matthias Foellmer, Beth A. Christensen, Paul Langis, Stefani Ritter, Esther Wolf, and Aaren S. Freeman

Events from 2018

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Stress, Sleep, and Sex: A Review of Endocrinological Research in Octodon Degus, Carolyn M. Bauer, Loreto A. Correa, Luis A. Ebensperger, and L Michael Romero

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Seasonally Sympatric But Allochronic: Differential Expression of Hypothalamic Genes in a Songbird During Gonadal Development, Carolyn M. Bauer, Adam M. Fudickar, Skylar Anderson-Buckingham, Mikus Abolins-Abols, Jonathan Atwell, Ellen D. Ketterson, and Timothy J. Greives

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Chronological and Biological Age Predict Seasonal Reproductive Timing: An Investigation of Clutch Initiation and Telomeres in Birds of Known Age, Carolyn M. Bauer, Jessica L. Graham, Mikus Abolins-Abols, Britt J. Heidinger, Ellen D. Ketterson, and Timothy J. Greives

Submissions from 2016

One Size Fits All? Determinants of Sperm Transfer in a Highly Dimorphic Orb-Web Spider, B A. Assis and M W. Foellmer

Male Mate Choice Based on Chemical Cues in the Cricket Acheta Domesticus (Orthoptera: Gryllidae), B A. Assis, C Trietsch, and M W. Foellmer

Male Mating Success and Locomotory Performance as a Function of Metabolic Rate in Argiope Aurantia, M W. Foellmer, M Modanu, C Mondoux, and M CB Andrade

Gravity Hypothesis, The, J Moya-Laraño and M W. Foellmer

Submissions from 2014

Determinants of Sperm Transfer in a Highly Dimorphic Orb-Web Spider, B A. Assis and M W. Foellmer

The Spider Fauna of Isolated Salt Marsh Patches in the South Shore Estuary Reserve, Long Island, NY, M W. Foellmer

Terrestrial Invertebrate Communities in Isolated Salt Marsh Patches within Middle Bay, South Shore Estuary, Long Island, NY, C Trietsch and M W. Foellmer

Bioaccumulation of Heavy Metals within the Invertebrate Food Web of Hempstead Bay, Long Island, NY, A Vacca and M W. Foellmer

Submissions from 2013

The Effects of Vegetation Density, Morphology and Condition on Mate Search Success in Male Argiope Trifasciata, M W. Foellmer

Does Personality Explain Variation in the Probability of Sexual Cannibalism in the Orb-Web Spider Argiope Aurantia?, M W. Foellmer and K K. Khadka

Evolutionary Ecology: Linking Traits, Selective Pressures and Ecological Functions, J Moya-Laraño, M W. Foellmer, S Pekár, and M A. Arnedo

Submissions from 2012

Personality Explains Variation in the Probability of Sexual Cannibalism in an Orb-Web Spider, M W. Foellmer and K K. Khadka

Longer Antennae for Romeo: Assessing Effect of Antennae Length on Courtship and Mating Success in Male Crickets, Acheta domesticus (Orthoptera, Gryllidae), K K. Khadka, J Shek, J Hoffman, and M W. Foellmer

Submissions from 2011

Running Performance as a Function of Body Size, Leg Length and Angle of Incline in Male Orb-Web Spiders, Argiope Aurantia, M W. Foellmer, M Marson, and J Moya-Laraño

Complex Selection on Morphology and Condition During Mate Search on Males of a Sexually Highly Dimorphic Orb-Web Spider, M W. Foellmer and D Pereira

Submissions from 2010

Striking Examples of "Dead-End" Evolutionary Pathways, M W. Foellmer

Testing the Revised Gravity Hypothesis for Body Size Evolution in a Highly Dimorphic Orb-Web Spider: Larger Dwarfs Climb Faster, M W. Foellmer, M Marson M and, and J Moya-Laraño

Sex-Specific Foraging Behaviours and Growth Rates in Juveniles Contribute to the Development of Extreme Sexual Size Dimorphism in a Spider, S A. Inkpen and M W. Foellmer

Submissions from 2009

News from the Wonderful World of Spiders, M W. Foellmer

Optimal Climbing Speed Explains the Evolution of Extreme Sexual Size Dimorphism in Spiders, J Moya-Laraño, D Vinkoviç, C Allard, and M W. Foellmer

Submissions from 2008

Broken Genitals Function as Mating Plugs and affect Sex Ratios in the Orb-Web Spider Argiope Aurantia, M W. Foellmer

The Evolutionary Significance of Extreme Sexual Size Dimorphism in Spiders, M W. Foellmer

Sex-Specific Foraging Strategies and Growth Rates in Early Juveniles Mediate the Development of Extreme Female-Biased Sexual Size Dimorphism in a Spider, M W. Foellmer and S A. Inkpen

Submissions from 2007

Proximate Causes of Rensch's rule: Does Sexual Size Dimorphism in Arthropods Result from Sex Differences in Development Time?, W U. Blanckenhorn, AF G. Dixon, D J. Fairbairn, and M W. Foellmer

Sexual Size Dimorphism in Spiders: A Research Update, M W. Foellmer and J Moya-Laraño

Sexual Size Dimorphism in Spiders: Patterns and Processes, M W. Foellmer and J Moya-Laraño

Web Design as an Indicator of Sex-Specific Foraging Strategies in Juveniles of the Highly Dimorphic Orb-Web Spider Argiope Aurantia, S A. Inkpen and M W. Foellmer

Web Design as an Indicator of Sex-Specific Foraging Strategies in Juveniles of the Highly Dimorphic Orb-Web Spider Argiope Aurantia, S A. Inkpen and M W. Foellmer

Gravity Still Matters, J Moya-Laraño, D Vinkoviç, C Allard, and M W. Foellmer

Sex Differences in Climbing Patterns Support the Gravity Hypothesis of Sexual Size Dimorphism, J Moya-Laraño, D Vinkoviç, C Allard, and M W. Foellmer

Submissions from 2006

Is Extreme Sexual Size Dimorphism Mediated by Sex-Specific Foraging and Anti-Predatory Behaviours in Early Juvenile Stages?, M W. Foellmer

The Evolution of Sexual Size Dimorphism in Spiders, M W. Foellmer

The Evolution of Sexual Size Dimorphism in Spiders, M W. Foellmer

Sexual Size Dimorphism in Spiders: Patterns and Processes, M W. Foellmer and Moya-Laraño

Sexual Size Dimorphism in Spiders, J Moya-Laraño and M W. Foellmer

Submissions from 2005

Sexual Selection in a Highly Dimorphic Orb-Weaving Spider, M W. Foellmer

Competing Dwarf Males: Sexual Selection in an Orb-Weaving Spider, M W. Foellmer and D J. Fairbairn

Selection on Male Size, Leg Length and Condition during Mate Search in a Sexually Highly Dimorphic Orb-Weaving Spider, M W. Foellmer and D J. Fairbairn

Submissions from 2004

Males Under Attack: Sexual Cannibalism and its Consequences for Male Morphology and Behaviour in an Orb-Weaving Spider, M W. Foellmer and D J. Fairbairn

Sexual Dimorphism and Sexual Selection in a Highly Dimorphic Orb-Weaving Spider, M W. Foellmer and D J. Fairbairn

Submissions from 2003

A Happy Ending? Sudden Death During Sex in Males of an Orb-Weaving Spider, M W. Foellmer and D J. Fairbairn

Spontaneous Male Death During Copulation in an Orb-Weaving Spider, M W. Foellmer and D J. Fairbairn

Submissions from 2002

On the Evolution and Maintenance of Extreme Sexual Size Dimorphism in Orb-Weaving Spiders: Selection on Males, M W. Foellmer

Males Under Attack: Sexual Cannibalism Leads to Selection for Extremely Short Copulation Duration while Male Body Size is Neutral in the Orb-Weaving Spider Argiope Aurantia, M W. Foellmer and D J. Fairbairn

Sexual Selection Favors Large Body Size during Opportunistic Mating in Male Argiope Aurantia, M W. Foellmer and D J. Fairbairn

Sexual Selection Favors Large Size in Dwarf Males in an Orb-Weaving Spider, M W. Foellmer and D J. Fairbairn

Submissions from 2001

Sexual Cannibalism and its Consequences for Male Argiope Aurantia, M W. Foellmer