PUBLICATIONS

 

  1. Punzalan D & Rowe L.  2017.  Hybridisation and lack of prezygotic barriers between Phymata pennsylvanica and americana.  Ecological Entomology 42: 210-220.  [pdf] [suppl.]

  2. Punzalan D & Rowe L.  2016.  Concordance between stabilizing sexual selection, intraspecific variation, and interspecific divergence in Phymata.  Ecology and Evolution 12: 7997-8009. [pdf] [cover image]  

  3. Punzalan D & Rowe L.  2015.  Evolution of sexual dimorphism in phenotypic covariance structure in Phymata. Evolution 69: 1597-1609.  [pdf] [suppl.]

  4. Gwynne DT, Punzalan D & Hunt J.  2015.  Viability selection on female finery in the wild.  Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 116: 530-540. [pdf] [suppl.]   

  5. Punzalan D, Delcourt M & Rundle HD.  2014.  Comparing the intersex genetic correlation for fitness across novel environments in the fruit fly, Drosophila serrata.  Heredity 112: 143-148. [pdf] [appendix]

  6. Punzalan D & Rowe L.  2013.  Ecological correlates of mating success in a wild population of ambush bugs.  Ecological Entomology 38: 429-432. [pdf]

  7. Schoustra SE*, Punzalan D*, Dali R, Rundle HD & Kassen R.  2012. Multivariate phenotypic divergence due to the fixation of beneficial mutations in experimentally evolved lineages of a filamentous fungus.  PLoS One 7(11): e50305. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0050305.   [pdf]
    *equally contributing co-authors

  8. Schoustra SE & Punzalan D.  2012.  Correlation of mycelial growth rate with other phenotypic characters in evolved genotypes of Aspergillus nidulans.  Fungal Biology 116: 630-636.  [pdf]

  9. Punzalan D & Hosken DJ.  2010.  Sexual dimorphism: why the sexes are (and are not) different.  Current Biology 20: R972-R973.  (Dispatch).  [pdf]

  10. Punzalan D, Rodd FH & Rowe L.  2010.  Temporal variation in patterns of multivariate sexual selection in a wild insect population.  American Naturalist 175: 401-414.  [pdf] [appendix A] [appendix B]

  11. Kasumovic MM, Elias DO, Punzalan D, Mason AC & Andrade MCB. 2009. Experience affects the outcome of agonistic contests without affecting the selective advantage of size. Animal Behaviour 77: 1533-1538.  [pdf]

  12. Auld H, Punzalan D, Godin J-G J & Rundle HD.  2009.  Do female fruit flies (Drosophila serrata) copy the mate choice of others?  Behavioural Processes 82: 78-80.  [pdf]

  13. Punzalan D, Rodd FH & Rowe L.  2008.  Sexual selection mediated by the thermoregulatory effects of male colour pattern in the ambush bug Phymata americana.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 275: 483-492.  [pdf]
    *this paper was featured on CBC Quirks & Quarks (Jan 2008) and LiveScience (USA)

  14. Punzalan D, Cooray M, Rodd FH & Rowe L.  2008.  Condition dependence of sexually dimorphic colouration and longevity in the ambush bug Phymata americana.  Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21: 1297-1306.  [pdf]

  15. Punzalan D, Rodd FH & Rowe L.  2008.  Sexual selection on sexually dimorphic traits in the ambush bug Phymata americana.  Behavioral Ecology 19: 860-870.  [pdf] [suppl.]

  16. Elias DO, Kasumovic MM, Punzalan D, Andrade MCB & Mason AC.  2008. Assessment during aggressive contests between male jumping spiders. Animal Behaviour 76: 901-910.  [pdf]

  17. Olendorf R, Rodd FH, Punzalan D, Houde AE, Hurt C, Reznick DN  & Hughes KA.  2006.  Frequency-dependent survival in natural Guppy populations.  Nature 44: 633-636.  [pdf]
    *this paper was listed as one of 15 Evolutionary gems in Nature, received a Faculty of 1000 citation and the subject of a Current Biology dispatch, also featured by Biology News Net (USA), CNews (Canada), University of Illinois News Bureau (USA), The Independent (UK).

  18. Punzalan D, Rodd FH & Hughes KA.  2005.  Perceptual processes and the maintenance of polymorphism through frequency-dependent predation. Evolutionary Ecology 19: 303-320.  [pdf]

  19. Punzalan D, Guiasu RC, Belchior D & Dunham DW.  2001.  Discrimination of conspecific-built mud chimneys from human-built ones by the burrowing crayfish Fallicambarus fodiens (Cottle, 1863) (Decapoda: Cambaridae). Invertebrate Biology 120: 58-66.