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James Tumulty
James Tumulty
Postdoctoral Researcher, Cornell University
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Parental care, sexual selection, and mating systems in neotropical poison frogs
K Summers, J Tumulty
Sexual selection, 289-320, 2014
51*2014
Assessment and recognition of rivals in anuran contests
MA Bee, MS Reichert, J Tumulty
Advances in the Study of Behavior 48, 161-249, 2016
472016
The biparental care hypothesis for the evolution of monogamy: experimental evidence in an amphibian
J Tumulty, V Morales, K Summers
Behavioral Ecology 25 (2), 262-270, 2014
392014
Dear Enemy Effect
JP Tumulty
Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior, 2018
182018
Plant-borne vibrations modulate calling behaviour in a tropical amphibian
PM Narins, SWF Meenderink, JP Tumulty, A Cobo-Cuan, R Márquez
Current Biology 28 (23), R1333-R1334, 2018
162018
Ecological and social drivers of neighbor recognition and the dear enemy effect in a poison frog
JP Tumulty, MA Bee
Behavioral Ecology 32 (1), 138-150, 2021
132021
Brilliant-thighed poison frogs do not use acoustic identity information to treat territorial neighbours as dear enemies
JP Tumulty, A Pašukonis, M Ringler, JD Forester, W Hödl, MA Bee
Animal behaviour 141, 203-220, 2018
132018
Hormonal modulation of reproduction in Polistes fuscatus social wasps: Dual functions in both ovary development and sexual receptivity
A Walton, JP Tumulty, AL Toth, MJ Sheehan
Journal of insect physiology 120, 103972, 2020
122020
What drives diversity in social recognition mechanisms?
JP Tumulty, MJ Sheehan
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 517, 2019
72019
Evidence for a selective link between cooperation and individual recognition
JP Tumulty, SE Miller, SM Van Belleghem, HI Weller, CM Jernigan, ...
bioRxiv, 2021
42021
“Reverse” sexual dichromatism in a Neotropical frog
E Engelbrecht‐Wiggans, JP Tumulty
Ethology 125 (12), 957-964, 2019
42019
Identity signaling, identity reception, and the evolution of social recognition in a Neotropical frog
JP Tumulty, ZK Lange, MA Bee
Evolution 76 (1), 158-170, 2022
32022
The Evolution and Mechanisms of Social Recognition in Territorial Frogs.
J Tumulty
32018
The signals and category boundaries that enable categorical perception: a comment on Green et al.
JC Tanner, JP Tumulty
Behavioral Ecology 31 (4), 871-871, 2020
22020
Predicting and measuring decision rules for social recognition in a Neotropical frog
JP Tumulty, CA Fouilloux, J Goyes Vallejos, MA Bee
The American Naturalist 200 (2), E77-E92, 2022
2022
Animal behavior missing from data archives
SE Miller, CM Jernigan, AW Legan, CH Miller, JP Tumulty, A Walton, ...
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 36 (11), 960-963, 2021
2021
Biparental Care and the Evolution of Monogamy in a Peruvian Poison Frog (Ranitomeya Imitator: Dendrobatidae)
J Tumulty
East Carolina University, 2012
2012
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