Behavioural syndromes and their fitness consequences in a socially polymorphic spider, Anelosimus studiosus. Animal Behaviour. 76:871–879.. 2008.
Foraging benefits and limited niche overlap promote a mixed species association between two solitary species of spider. Behaviour. 146:1153–1170.. 2009.
Frequency-dependent success of cheaters during foraging bouts might limit their spread within colonies of a socially polymorphic spider. Evolution. 63:2966–2973.. 2009.
Male mating preference is associated with risk of pre-copulatory cannibalism in a socially polymorphic spider. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 63:1573–1580.. 2009.
Sex matters: sexually dimorphic fitness consequences of a behavioural syndrome. Animal Behaviour. 78:175–181.. 2009.
The adaptive value of gluttony: predators mediate the life history trade-offs of satiation threshold. Journal of evolutionary biology. 23:2104–2111.. 2010.
Context-dependent running speed in funnel-web spiders from divergent populations. Functional Ecology. 24:165–171.. 2010.
Differential selection on sprint speed and ad libitum feeding behaviour in active vs. sit-and-wait foraging spiders. Functional Ecology. 24:392–399.. 2010.
The effect of reproductive status and situation on locomotor performance and anti-predator strategies in a funnel-web spider. Journal of Zoology. 281:39–45.. 2010.
Population differences in behaviour are explained by shared within-population trait correlations. Journal of evolutionary biology. 23:748–756.. 2010.
Reproductive success in a socially polymorphic spider: social individuals experience depressed reproductive success in isolation. Ecological entomology. 35:684–690.. 2010.
Transgressive aggression in Sceloporus hybrids confers fitness through advantages in male agonistic encounters. Journal of animal ecology. 79:137–147.. 2010.
Amazonian social spiders share similar within-colony behavioural variation and behavioural syndromes. Animal Behaviour. 82:1449–1455.. 2011.
Behavioral types of predator and prey jointly determine prey survival: potential implications for the maintenance of within-species behavioral variation. The American Naturalist. 179:217–227.. 2011.
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.
Individual-and condition-dependent effects on habitat choice and choosiness. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 65:1987–1995.. 2011.
Intraspecific trait variants determine the nature of interspecific interactions in a habitat-forming species. Ecology. 92:1902–1908.. 2011.
Nonconceptive sexual experience diminishes individuals' latency to mate and increases maternal investment. Animal behaviour. 81:789–794.. 2011.
Reproductive consequences of male body mass and aggressiveness depend on females' behavioral types. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 65:1957–1966.. 2011.
Temperature mediates shifts in individual aggressiveness, activity level, and social behavior in a spider. Ethology. 117:318–325.. 2011.
Within-group behavioral variation promotes biased task performance and the emergence of a defensive caste in a social spider. Behavioral ecology and sociobiology. 65:1055–1060.. 2011.
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.
The ecological consequences of temperament in spiders. Current Zoology. 58:589–596.. 2012.