Darren Rebar
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The evolution and evolutionary consequences of social plasticity in mate preferences
RL Rodríguez, D Rebar, KD Fowler-Finn
Animal Behaviour 85 (5), 1041-1047, 2013
842013
Courtship song is more variable than calling song in the field cricket Teleogryllus oceanicus
M Zuk, D Rebar, SP Scott
Animal Behaviour 76 (3), 1065-1071, 2008
682008
Courtship song's role during female mate choice in the field cricket Teleogryllus oceanicus
D Rebar, NW Bailey, M Zuk
Behavioral Ecology 20 (6), 1307-1314, 2009
652009
Mating experience in field crickets modifies pre-and postcopulatory female choice in parallel
D Rebar, M Zuk, NW Bailey
Behavioral Ecology 22 (2), 303-309, 2011
492011
Describing mate preference functions and other function‐valued traits
JT Kilmer, KD Fowler‐Finn, DA Gray, G Höbel, D Rebar, MS Reichert, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 30 (9), 1658-1673, 2017
342017
Genetic variation in social influence on mate preferences
D Rebar, RL Rodríguez
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1763), 20130803, 2013
322013
Cooperative interactions within the family enhance the capacity for evolutionary change in body size
BJM Jarrett, M Schrader, D Rebar, TM Houslay, RM Kilner
Nature ecology & evolution 1 (7), 1-7, 2017
282017
Insect mating signal and mate preference phenotypes covary among host plant genotypes
D Rebar, RL Rodriguez
Evolution 69 (3), 602-610, 2015
212015
Acoustic experience influences male and female pre-and postcopulatory behaviors in a bushcricket
D Rebar, F Barbosa, MD Greenfield
Behavioral Ecology 27 (2), 434-443, 2016
172016
Males adjust their signalling behaviour according to experience of male signals and male–female signal duets
D Rebar, RL Rodríguez
Journal of evolutionary biology 29 (4), 766-776, 2016
162016
Genetic variation in host plants influences the mate preferences of a plant-feeding insect
D Rebar, RL Rodriguez
The American Naturalist 184 (4), 489-499, 2014
142014
Trees to treehoppers: genetic variation in host plants contributes to variation in the mating signals of a plant‐feeding insect
D Rebar, RL Rodríguez
Ecology letters 17 (2), 203-210, 2014
142014
Female preference functions drive interpopulation divergence in male signalling: call diversity in the bushcricket Ephippiger diurnus
F Barbosa, D Rebar, MD Greenfield
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29 (11), 2219-2228, 2016
132016
Reproduction and immunity trade-offs constrain mating signals and nuptial gift size in a bushcricket
F Barbosa, D Rebar, MD Greenfield
Behavioral Ecology 27 (1), 109-117, 2016
132016
Green symphonies or wind in the willows? Testing acoustic communication in plants
NW Bailey, KD Fowler-Finn, D Rebar, RL Rodríguez
Behavioral Ecology 24 (4), 797-798, 2013
132013
A sustained change in the supply of parental care causes adaptive evolution of offspring morphology
BJM Jarrett, E Evans, HB Haynes, MR Leaf, D Rebar, A Duarte, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-8, 2018
122018
When do acoustic cues matter? Perceived competition and reproductive plasticity over lifespan in a bushcricket
D Rebar, MD Greenfield
Animal Behaviour 128, 41-49, 2017
112017
Adaptation to a novel family environment involves both apparent and cryptic phenotypic changes
M Schrader, BJM Jarrett, D Rebar, RM Kilner
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1862), 20171295, 2017
102017
Vibrational playback by means of airborne stimuli
D Rebar, G Höbel, RL Rodríguez
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (20), 3513-3518, 2012
102012
An evolutionary switch from sibling rivalry to sibling cooperation, caused by a sustained loss of parental care
D Rebar, NW Bailey, BJM Jarrett, RM Kilner
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (5), 2544-2550, 2020
72020
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