Karin Pfennig
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Hybridization and speciation
R Abbott, D Albach, S Ansell, JW Arntzen, SJE Baird, N Bierne, ...
Journal of evolutionary biology 26 (2), 229-246, 2013
15642013
Character displacement: ecological and reproductive responses to a common evolutionary problem
KS Pfennig, DW Pfennig
The Quarterly Review of Biology 84 (3), 253-276, 2009
3302009
Facultative mate choice drives adaptive hybridization
KS Pfennig
Science 318 (5852), 965-967, 2007
2172007
Frequency-dependent Batesian mimicry
DW Pfennig, WR Harcombe, KS Pfennig
Nature 410 (6826), 323-323, 2001
2072001
Evolution's wedge
D Pfennig, K Pfennig
Evolution's Wedge, 2012
2052012
The evolution of mate choice and the potential for conflict between species and mate–quality recognition
KS Pfennig
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1998
1941998
Female spadefoot toads compromise on mate quality to ensure conspecific matings
KS Pfennig
Behavioral Ecology 11 (2), 220-227, 2000
1892000
Nesting Success of a Disturbance‐Dependent Songbird on Different Kinds of Edges: Exito de Nidación de un Ave Paserina Dependiente de Disturbaciones en Diferentes Tipos de Bordes
AV Suarez, KS Pfennig, SK Robinson
Conservation Biology 11 (4), 928-935, 1997
1811997
Character displacement and the origins of diversity
DW Pfennig, KS Pfennig
the american naturalist 176 (S1), S26-S44, 2010
1652010
Character displacement as the “best of a bad situation”: fitness trade‐offs resulting from selection to minimize resource and mate competition
KS Pfennig, DW Pfennig
Evolution 59 (10), 2200-2208, 2005
1032005
Differential selection to avoid hybridization in two toad species
KS Pfennig, MA Simovich
Evolution 56 (9), 1840-1848, 2002
1032002
Hybridization as a facilitator of species range expansion
KS Pfennig, AL Kelly, AA Pierce
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1839), 20161329, 2016
942016
A test of alternative hypotheses for the evolution of reproductive isolation between spadefoot toads: support for the reinforcement hypothesis
KS Pfennig
Evolution 57 (12), 2842-2851, 2003
862003
Population differences in predation on Batesian mimics in allopatry with their model: selection against mimics is strongest when they are common
DW Pfennig, GR Harper, AF Brumo, WR Harcombe, KS Pfennig
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61 (4), 505-511, 2007
692007
Evolution of pathogen virulence: the role of variation in host phenotype
KS Pfennig
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
652001
Looking on the bright side: females prefer coloration indicative of male size and condition in the sexually dichromatic spadefoot toad, Scaphiopus couchii
T Vásquez, KS Pfennig
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62 (1), 127-135, 2007
612007
Reproductive character displacement generates reproductive isolation among conspecific populations: an artificial neural network study
KS Pfennig, MJ Ryan
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1592), 1361-1368, 2006
542006
Relaxed genetic constraint is ancestral to the evolution of phenotypic plasticity
AR Leichty, DW Pfennig, CD Jones, KS Pfennig
Integrative and comparative biology 52 (1), 16-30, 2012
512012
Different mate preferences by parasitized and unparasitized females potentially reduces sexual selection
KS Pfennig, RC Tinsley
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 15 (3), 399-406, 2002
512002
Evolution of male mating behavior: male spadefoot toads preferentially associate with conspecific males
KS Pfennig, K Rapa, R McNatt
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 48 (1), 69-74, 2000
422000
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