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Spider aggressiveness determines the bidirectional consequences of host–inquiline interactions. Behavioral Ecology. 25:142–151.. 2013.
Behavioural trait variants in a habitat-forming species dictate the nature of its interactions with and among heterospecifics. Functional ecology. 26:29–36.. 2012.
Behavioural traits of colony founders affect the life history of their colonies. Ecology letters. 15:1026–1032.. 2012.
A conceptual and statistical framework for adaptive radiations with a key role for diversity dependence. The American Naturalist. 180:E75–E89.. 2012.
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How within-group behavioural variation and task efficiency enhance fitness in a social group. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences. 278:1209–1215.. 2011.
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