Journal Articles

  1. et. al. The biology of color. Science 357(6350), eaan0221
  2. & Interspecific visual signalling in animals and plants: a functional classification. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 372(1724), 20160344
  3. & Experimental evidence that primate trichromacy is well suited for detecting primate social colour signals. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284(1856), 20162458
  4. & Fast life history traits promote invasion success in amphibians and reptiles. Ecology Letters 20(2), 222-230.
  5. & Who cares? Experimental attention biases provide new insights into a mammalian sexual signal. Behavioral Ecology 27(1), 68-74.
  6. & The role of life history traits in mammalian invasion success. Ecology Letters 18(10), 1099-1107.
  7. & Assessing the potential information content of multicomponent visual signals: a machine learning approach. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282(1802), 20142284-20142284.
  8. & Sexually selected lip colour indicates male group-holding status in the mating season in a multi-level primate society. Royal Society Open Science 2(12), 150490
  9. & Extraneous color affects female macaques’ gaze preference for photographs of male conspecifics. Evolution and Human Behavior 36(1), 25-31.
  10. & Sexually selected skin colour is heritable and related to fecundity in a non-human primate. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281(1794), 20141602-20141602.
  11. & Character displacement of Cercopithecini primate visual signals. Nature Communications 5
  12. & Is male rhesus macaque red color ornamentation attractive to females?. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68(7), 1215-1224.
  13. & The evolution and function of pattern diversity in snakes. Behavioral Ecology 24(5), 1237-1250.
  14. & Analyzing Visual Signals as Visual Scenes. American Journal of Primatology 75(7), 664-682.
  15. & A Quantitative Test of the Predicted Relationship between Countershading and Lighting Environment. The American Naturalist 180(6), 762-776.
  16. & Why the leopard got its spots: relating pattern development to ecology in felids. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278(1710), 1373-1380.