Robin Tinghitella
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Blueprint for a high-performance biomaterial: full-length spider dragline silk genes
NA Ayoub, JE Garb, RM Tinghitella, MA Collin, CY Hayashi
PloS one 2 (6), e514, 2007
Silent night: adaptive disappearance of a sexual signal in a parasitized population of field crickets
M Zuk, JT Rotenberry, RM Tinghitella
Biology letters 2 (4), 521-524, 2006
Asymmetric mating preferences accommodated the rapid evolutionary loss of a sexual signal
RM Tinghitella, M Zuk
Evolution 63 (8), 2087-2098, 2009
On the role of male competition in speciation: a review and research agenda
RM Tinghitella, ACR Lackey, M Martin, PD Dijkstra, JP Drury, R Heathcote, ...
Behavioral Ecology 29 (4), 783-797, 2018
Quantitative genetic variation in courtship song and its covariation with immune function and sperm quality in the field cricket Teleogryllus oceanicus
LW Simmons, RM Tinghitella, M Zuk
Behavioral Ecology 21 (6), 1330-1336, 2010
Rapid evolutionary change in a sexual signal: genetic control of the mutation ‘flatwing’that renders male field crickets (Teleogryllus oceanicus) mute
RM Tinghitella
Heredity 100 (3), 261-267, 2008
Global urban environmental change drives adaptation in white clover
JS Santangelo, RW Ness, B Cohan, CR Fitzpatrick, SG Innes, S Koch, ...
Science 375 (6586), 1275-1281, 2022
Flexible mate choice when mates are rare and time is short
RM Tinghitella, EG Weigel, M Head, JW Boughman
Ecology and Evolution 3 (9), 2820-2831, 2013
Insect hybridization and climate change
EL Larson, RM Tinghitella, SA Taylor
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 348, 2019
Complex community and evolutionary responses to habitat fragmentation and habitat edges: what can we learn from insect science?
SM Murphy, AH Battocletti, RM Tinghitella, GM Wimp, L Ries
Current Opinion in Insect Science 14, 61-65, 2016
Preexisting behavior renders a mutation adaptive: flexibility in male phonotaxis behavior and the loss of singing ability in the field cricket Teleogryllus oceanicus
RM Tinghitella, JM Wang, M Zuk
Behavioral Ecology 20 (4), 722-728, 2009
Purring crickets: the evolution of a novel sexual signal
RM Tinghitella, ED Broder, GA Gurule-Small, CJ Hallagan, JD Wilson
The American Naturalist 192 (6), 773-782, 2018
Developmental experience with anthropogenic noise hinders adult mate location in an acoustically signalling invertebrate
GA Gurule-Small, RM Tinghitella
Biology Letters 14 (2), 20170714, 2018
Island hopping introduces Polynesian field crickets to novel environments, genetic bottlenecks and rapid evolution
RM Tinghitella, M Zuk, M Beveridge, LW Simmons
Journal of evolutionary biology 24 (6), 1199-1211, 2011
The evolutionary loss of a badge of status alters male competition in three-spine stickleback
RM Tinghitella, WR Lehto, R Minter
Behavioral Ecology 26 (2), 609-616, 2015
Predator-induced maternal and paternal effects independently alter sexual selection
WR Lehto, RM Tinghitella
Evolution 74 (2), 404-418, 2020
Geography is more important than host plant use for the population genetic structure of a generalist insect herbivore
MC Vidal, TW Quinn, JO Stireman III, RM Tinghitella, SM Murphy
Molecular Ecology 28 (18), 4317-4334, 2019
Responses of intended and unintended receivers to a novel sexual signal suggest clandestine communication
RM Tinghitella, ED Broder, JH Gallagher, AW Wikle, DM Zonana
Nature Communications 12 (1), 797, 2021
Anthropogenic noise affects insect and arachnid behavior, thus changing interactions within and between species
L Classen-Rodríguez, R Tinghitella, K Fowler-Finn
Current opinion in insect science 47, 142-153, 2021
Color and behavior differently predict competitive outcomes for divergent stickleback color morphs
RM Tinghitella, WR Lehto, VF Lierheimer
Current zoology 64 (1), 115-123, 2018
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