Michael D. Greenfield
Michael D. Greenfield
University of Kansas, Dept Ecology & Evolutionary Biology ; ENES, Univ. St. Etienne, France
Verified email at ku.edu
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Signalers and receivers: mechanisms and evolution of arthropod communication
MD Greenfield
Oxford University Press, USA, 2002
4962002
Cooperation and conflict in the evolution of signal interactions
MD Greenfield
Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 25, 97-126, 1994
2381994
Synchronous and alternating choruses in insects and anurans: common mechanisms and diverse functions
MD Greenfield
American Zoologist 34 (6), 605-615, 1994
1791994
Katydid synchronous chorusing is an evolutionarily stable outcome of female choice
MD Greenfield, I Roizen
Nature 364 (6438), 618-620, 1993
1711993
Ultrasonic mate calling in the lesser wax moth
HG Spangler, MD Greenfield, A Takessian
Physiological entomology 9 (1), 87-95, 1984
1541984
Moth sex pheromones: an evolutionary perspective
MD Greenfield
The Florida Entomologist 64 (1), 4-17, 1981
1491981
Precedence effects and the evolution of chorusing
MD Greenfield, MK Tourtellot, WA Snedden
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1997
1431997
Genotype–environment interaction and the reliability of mating signals
MD Greenfield, RL Rodriguez
Animal Behaviour 68 (6), 1461-1468, 2004
1312004
Ultrasonic communication and sexual selection in wax moths: female choice based on energy and asynchrony of male signals
Y Jang, MD Greenfield
Animal Behaviour 51 (5), 1095-1106, 1996
1201996
Genetic variance of sexually selected traits in waxmoths: maintenance by genotype x environment interaction
FY Jia, MD Greenfield, RD Collins
Evolution 54 (3), 953-967, 2000
1182000
Flashing males win mate success.
MA Branham, MD Greenfield
Nature 381 (6585), 745-746, 1996
1141996
Interspecific acoustic interactions among katydids (Neoconocephalus) : inhibition-induced shifts in diel periodicity
MD Greenfield
Animal Behaviour 36 (3), 684-695, 1988
1061988
Frogs have rules: selective attention algorithms regulate chorusing in Physalaemus pustulosus (Leptodactylidae)
MD Greenfield, AS Rand
Ethology 106 (4), 331-347, 2000
1002000
The question of paternal investment in Lepidoptera: male-contributed proteins in Plodia interpunctella
MD Greenfield
International Journal of Invertebrate Reproduction 5 (6), 323-330, 1982
991982
Adaptive significance of chorusing with special reference to the Orthoptera
MD Greenfield, KC Shaw
Orthopteran mating systems: Sexual competition in a diverse group of insects …, 1983
961983
Mechanisms and evolution of communal sexual displays in arthropods and anurans
MD Greenfield
Advances in the Study of Behavior 35 (05), 1-62, 2005
912005
Reproductive behaviour of the lesser waxmoth, Achroia grisella (Pyralidae: Galleriinae): signalling, pair formation, male interactions, and mate guarding
MD Greenfield, JA Coffelt
Behaviour 84 (4), 287-315, 1983
891983
Genetic variance and phenotypic plasticity in a component of female mate choice in an ultrasonic moth
RL Rodríguez, MD Greenfield
Evolution 57 (6), 1304-1313, 2003
862003
Females prefer leading males: relative call timing and sexual selection in katydid choruses
WA Snedden, MD Greenfield
Animal Behaviour 56 (5), 1091-1098, 1998
841998
Absolute versus relative measurements of sexual selection: assessing the contributions of ultrasonic signal characters to mate attraction in lesser wax moths, Achroia grisella …
Y Jang, MD Greenfield
Evolution 52 (5), 1383-1393, 1998
811998
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