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AVONET: morphological, ecological and geographical data for all birds
JA Tobias, C Sheard, AL Pigot, AJM Devenish, J Yang, F Sayol, ...
Ecology Letters 25 (3), 581-597, 2022
3812022
Ecological drivers of global gradients in avian dispersal inferred from wing morphology
C Sheard, MHC Neate-Clegg, N Alioravainen, SEI Jones, C Vincent, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 2463, 2020
2912020
Sexual selection accelerates signal evolution during speciation in birds
N Seddon, CA Botero, JA Tobias, PO Dunn, HEA MacGregor, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1766), 20131065, 2013
2192013
Using avian functional traits to assess the impact of land-cover change on ecosystem processes linked to resilience in tropical forests
TP Bregman, AC Lees, HEA MacGregor, B Darski, NG de Moura, A Aleixo, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1844), 20161289, 2016
1622016
Sexual selection drives asymmetric introgression in wall lizards
GM While, S Michaelides, RJP Heathcote, HEA MacGregor, N Zajac, ...
Ecology Letters 18 (12), 1366-1375, 2015
1152015
Species interactions regulate the collapse of biodiversity and ecosystem function in tropical forest fragments
TP Bregman, AC Lees, N Seddon, HEA MacGregor, B Darski, A Aleixo, ...
Ecology 96 (10), 2692-2704, 2015
892015
Information can explain the dynamics of group order in animal collective behaviour
HEA MacGregor, JE Herbert-Read, CC Ioannou
Nature communications 11 (1), 2737, 2020
582020
Male behaviour drives assortative reproduction during the initial stage of secondary contact
RJP Heathcote, GM While, HEA MacGregor, J Sciberras, C Leroy, ...
Journal of evolutionary biology 29 (5), 1003-1015, 2016
392016
Experimental contact zones reveal causes and targets of sexual selection in hybridizing lizards
HEA MacGregor, GM While, J Barrett, G Pérez i de Lanuza, P Carazo, ...
Functional Ecology 31 (3), 742-752, 2017
362017
Multi-modal signal evolution in birds: re-examining a standard proxy for sexual selection
CR Cooney, HEA MacGregor, N Seddon, JA Tobias
Proc. R. Soc. B 285 (1889), 20181557, 2018
332018
Chemical communication, sexual selection, and introgression in wall lizards
HEA MacGregor, RAM Lewandowsky, P d'Ettorre, C Leroy, NW Davies, ...
Evolution 71 (10), 2327-2343, 2017
262017
Dynamic eye colour as an honest signal of aggression
RJP Heathcote, SK Darden, J Troscianko, MRM Lawson, AM Brown, ...
Current biology 28 (11), R652-R653, 2018
182018
Collective motion diminishes, but variation between groups emerges, through time in fish shoals
HEA MacGregor, CC Ioannou
Royal Society open science 8 (10), 210655, 2021
172021
An experimental test of relatedness-based mate discrimination in a social lizard
G Bordogna, G Cunningham, LJ Fitzpatrick, B Halliwell, HEA MacGregor, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 70, 2139-2147, 2016
172016
Suppression of personality variation in boldness during foraging in three-spined sticklebacks
HEA MacGregor, A Cottage, CC Ioannou
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 75 (4), 71, 2021
142021
Comparison of reproductive investment in native and non‐native populations of common wall lizards reveals sex differences in adaptive potential
HEA MacGregor, GM While, T Uller
Oikos 126 (11), 1564-1574, 2017
92017
The latitudinal gradient in hand-wing-index: global patterns and predictors of wing morphology in birds
C Sheard, MHC Neate-Clegg, N Alioravainen, SEI Jones, C Vincent, ...
bioRxiv, 816603, 2019
32019
Shoaling behaviour in response to turbidity in three‐spined sticklebacks
HEA MacGregor, CC Ioannou
Ecology and Evolution 13 (11), e10708, 2023
12023
Emergence of variation between groups through time in fish shoal collective motion
HEA MacGregor, CC Ioannou
bioRxiv, 2021.02. 23.432454, 2021
12021
State-behavior feedbacks suppress personality variation in boldness during foraging in sticklebacks
HEA MacGregor, A Cottage, CC Ioannou
bioRxiv, 2020.07. 23.217828, 2020
12020
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