Timothy R. Halliday
Timothy R. Halliday
Open University, Retired
Verified email at hallidayfarndon.co.uk - Homepage
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The study of mate choice
TR Halliday
Mate choice 1, 462, 1983
6221983
Deep croaks and fighting assessment in toads Bufo bufo
NB Davies, TR Halliday
Nature 274 (5672), 683-685, 1978
6211978
Body size and age in amphibians and reptiles
TR Halliday, PA Verrell
Journal of Herpetology, 253-265, 1988
4941988
Peahens prefer peacocks with elaborate trains
M Petrie, H Tim, S Carolyn
Animal Behaviour 41 (2), 323-331, 1991
4391991
Optimal mate selection in the toad Bufo bufo
NB Davies, TR Halliday
Nature 269 (5623), 56-58, 1977
2991977
Confronting amphibian declines and extinctions
JR Mendelson, KR Lips, RW Gagliardo, GB Rabb, JP Collins, ...
Science 313 (5783), 48-48, 2006
2952006
Multiple mating by females: a perspective from quantitative genetics.
T Halliday, SJ Arnold
Animal Behaviour, 1987
2891987
Sexual selection and mate choice.
TR HALLIDAY
Behavioural ecology: An evolutionary approach, 180-213, 1978
2881978
Competitive mate searching in male common toads, Bufo bufo
NB Davies, TR Halliday
Animal Behaviour 27, 1253-1267, 1979
2861979
Encyclopedia of reptiles and amphibians
T Halliday, K Adler
Facts on File, 1986
2401986
Encyclopedia of reptiles and amphibians
T Halliday, K Adler
Facts on File, 1986
2401986
Intersexual selection and alternative mating behaviour
T Halliday
Amphibian biology, 419-468, 1995
2301995
The courtship of European newts: an evolutionary perspective
TR Halliday
The reproductive biology of amphibians, 185-232, 1977
1891977
Experimental and natural changes in the peacock's (Pavo cristatus) train can affect mating success
M Petrie, T Halliday
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 35 (3), 213-217, 1994
1611994
Amphibian declines and environmental change: use of remote‐sensing data to identify environmental correlates
C Carey, WR Heyer, J Wilkinson, RA Alford, JW Arntzen, T Halliday, ...
Conservation Biology 15 (4), 903-913, 2001
1582001
Amphibian declines and environmental change: use of remote‐sensing data to identify environmental correlates
C Carey, WR Heyer, J Wilkinson, RA Alford, JW Arntzen, T Halliday, ...
Conservation Biology 15 (4), 903-913, 2001
1582001
Sequential mate choice by multiply mating smooth newts: females become more choosy
CR Gabor, TR Halliday
Behavioral Ecology 8 (2), 162-166, 1997
1511997
12 Sperm Competition in Amphibians
T Halliday
Sperm competition and sexual selection, 465, 1998
1301998
On confirmatory versus exploratory research
RG Jaeger, TR Halliday
Herpetologica, S64-S66, 1998
1231998
To breathe or not to breathe; the newt's problem
TR Halliday, HPA Sweatman
Animal behaviour 24 (3), 551-561, 1976
1181976
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