Lutz Fromhage
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The coevolution of choosiness and cooperation
JM McNamara, Z Barta, L Fromhage, AI Houston
Nature 451 (7175), 189-192, 2008
2312008
Testing alternative vicariance scenarios in Western Mediterranean discoglossid frogs
L Fromhage, M Vences, M Veith
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 31 (1), 308-322, 2004
1522004
Deterioration, death and the evolution of reproductive restraint in late life
JM McNamara, AI Houston, Z Barta, A Scheuerlein, L Fromhage
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1675), 4061-4066, 2009
1212009
Faithful without care: the evolution of monogyny
L Fromhage, MA Elgar, JM Schneider
Evolution 59 (7), 1400-1405, 2005
1192005
Sexual conflict over copulation duration in a cannibalistic spider
JM Schneider, S Gilberg, L Fromhage, G Uhl
Animal Behaviour 71 (4), 781-788, 2006
982006
Emasculation to plug up females: the significance of pedipalp damage in Nephila fenestrata
L Fromhage, JM Schneider
Behavioral Ecology 17 (3), 353-357, 2006
852006
Safer sex with feeding females: sexual conflict in a cannibalistic spider
L Fromhage, JM Schneider
Behavioral Ecology 16 (2), 377-382, 2005
852005
Fitness consequences of sexual cannibalism in female Argiope bruennichi
L Fromhage, G Uhl, JM Schneider
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 55 (1), 60-64, 2003
812003
Evolution of mate choice for genome‐wide heterozygosity
L Fromhage, H Kokko, JM Reid
Evolution: International Journal of Organic Evolution 63 (3), 684-694, 2009
672009
Historical biogeography of Western Palaearctic pelobatid and pelodytid frogs: a molecular phylogenetic perspective
M Veith, L Fromhage, J Kosuch, M Vences
Contributions to Zoology 75 (03-04), 109-120, 2006
552006
Coevolution of parental investment and sexually selected traits drives sex-role divergence
L Fromhage, MD Jennions
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-11, 2016
492016
A model for the evolutionary maintenance of monogyny in spiders
L Fromhage, JM McNamara, AI Houston
Journal of Theoretical Biology 250 (3), 524-531, 2008
472008
Virgin doves and mated hawks: contest behaviour in a spider
L Fromhage, JM Schneider
Animal Behaviour 70 (5), 1099-1104, 2005
462005
Is the evolution of inaccurate mimicry a result of selection by a suite of predators? A case study using myrmecomorphic spiders
S Pekár, M Jarab, L Fromhage, ME Herberstein
The American Naturalist 178 (1), 124-134, 2011
412011
Monogynous mating strategies in spiders
J Schneider, L Fromhage
Animal behaviour: evolution and mechanisms, 441-464, 2010
402010
Monogynous Mating Behaviour and its Ecological Basis in the Golden Orb Spider Nephila fenestrata
L Fromhage, K Jacobs, JM Schneider
Ethology 113 (8), 813-820, 2007
392007
Extremely short copulations do not affect hatching success in Argiope bruennichi (Araneae, Araneidae)
JM Schneider, L Fromhage, G Uhl
The Journal of Arachnology 33 (3), 663-669, 2005
372005
The evolution of sex roles in mate searching
L Fromhage, M Jennions, H Kokko
Evolution 70 (3), 617-624, 2016
342016
Monogamy and haplodiploidy act in synergy to promote the evolution of eusociality
L Fromhage, H Kokko
Nature Communications 2 (1), 1-6, 2011
342011
Stability and value of male care for offspring: is it worth only half the trouble?
L Fromhage, JM McNamara, AI Houston
Biology letters 3 (3), 234-236, 2007
302007
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