Anders Forsman
Anders Forsman
Professor evolutionary ecology, Linnaeus university, Kalmar, Sweden
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Rethinking phenotypic plasticity and its consequences for individuals, populations and species
A Forsman
Heredity 115, 276-284, 2015
Effects of genotypic and phenotypic variation on establishment are important for conservation, invasion, and infection biology
A Forsman
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (1), 302-307, 2014
A model of ecological and evolutionary consequences of color polymorphism
A Forsman, J Ahnesj, S Caesar, M Karlsson
Ecology 89 (1), 34-40, 2008
Differential habitat selection by pygmy grasshopper color morphs; interactive effects of temperature and predator avoidance
J Ahnesj, A Forsman
Evolutionary Ecology 20 (3), 235-257, 2006
Coevolution of color pattern and thermoregulatory behavior in polymorphic pygmy grasshoppers Tetrix undulata
A Forsman, K Ringblom, E Civantos, J Ahnesjo
Evolution 56 (2), 349-360, 2002
Variation in sexual size dimorphism and maximum body size among adder populations: effects of prey size
A Forsman
The Journal of Animal Ecology, 253-267, 1991
Visual predators impose correlational selection on prey color pattern and behavior
A Forsman, S Appelqvist
Behavioral Ecology 9 (4), 409-413, 1998
Fearful symmetry: pattern size and asymmetry affects aposematic signal efficacy
A Forsman, S Merilaita
Evolutionary Ecology 13 (2), 131-140, 1999
Opposing fitness consequences of colour pattern in male and female snakes
A Forsman
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 8 (1), 53-70, 1995
Social costs and development of nuptial coloration in male Psammodromus algirus lizards: an experiment
J Martn, A Forsman
Behavioral Ecology 10 (4), 396-400, 1999
Experimental manipulation reveals differential effects of colour pattern on survival in male and female pygmy grasshoppers
A Forsman, S Appelqvist
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 12 (2), 391-401, 1999
The adaptive significance of colour pattern polymorphism in the Australian scincid lizard Lampropholis delicata
A Forsman, R Shine
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 55 (4), 273-291, 1995
Inter‐individual variation promotes ecological success of populations and species: evidence from experimental and comparative studies
A Forsman, L Wennersten
Ecography 39, 630–648, 2016
The advantage of a big head: swallowing performance in adders, Vipera berus
A Forsman, LE Lindell
Functional Ecology, 183-189, 1993
Population‐level consequences of polymorphism, plasticity and randomized phenotype switching: A review of predictions
L Wennersten, A Forsman
Biological Reviews 87 (3), 756-767, 2012
Some like it hot: intra-population variation in behavioral thermoregulation in color-polymorphic pygmy grasshoppers
A Forsman
Evolutionary Ecology 14 (1), 25-38, 2000
Correlated evolution of conspicuous coloration and body size in poison frogs (Dendrobatidae)
M Hagman, A Forsman
Evolution 57 (12), 2904-2910, 2003
Parallel geographic variation in body shape and reproductive life history within the Australian scincid lizard Lampropholis delicata
A Forsman, R Shine
Functional Ecology, 818-828, 1995
Adaptive variation in head size in Vipera berus L. populations
A Forsman
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 43 (4), 281-296, 1991
Correlated evolution of colour pattern and body size in polymorphic pygmy grasshoppers, Tetrix undulata
J Ahnesj, A Forsman
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 16 (6), 1308-1318, 2003
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