Troy G Murphy
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Phylogenetics and evolution of the aphid genus Uroleucon based on mitochondrial and nuclear DNA sequences
NA Moran, ME Kaplan, MJ Gelsey, TG Murphy, EA Scholes
Systematic Entomology 24 (1), 85-93, 1999
Female American goldfinches use carotenoid-based bill coloration to signal status
TG Murphy, MF Rosenthal, R Montgomerie, KA Tarvin
Behavioral Ecology 20 (6), 1348-1355, 2009
Carotenoid-based status signaling by females in the tropical streak-backed oriole
TG Murphy, D Hernández-Mucino, M Osorio-Beristain, R Montgomerie, ...
Behavioral Ecology 20 (5), 1000-1006, 2009
Predator-elicited visual signal: why the turquoise-browed motmot wag-displays its racketed tail
TG Murphy
Behavioral Ecology 17 (4), 547-553, 2006
Ornamental bill color rapidly signals changing condition
MF Rosenthal, TG Murphy, N Darling, KA Tarvin
Journal of Avian Biology 43 (6), 553-564, 2012
Sex-role reversal in song? Females sing more frequently than males in the Streak-backed Oriole
JJ Price, L Yunes-Jiménez, M Osorio-Beristain, KE Omland, TG Murphy
The Condor 110 (2), 387-392, 2008
Migration and the evolution of sexual dichromatism: evolutionary loss of female coloration with migration among wood-warblers
RK Simpson, MA Johnson, TG Murphy
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1809), 20150375, 2015
Carotenoid-Based Ornaments of Female and Male American Goldfinches (Spinus tristis) Show Sex-Specific Correlations with Immune Function and Metabolic Rate
RJ Kelly, TG Murphy, KA Tarvin, G Burness
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 85 (4), 348-363, 2012
Colorful displays signal male quality in a tropical anole lizard
EG Cook, TG Murphy, MA Johnson
Naturwissenschaften 100 (10), 993-996, 2013
Lack of Assortative Mating for Tail, Body Size, or Condition in the Elaborate Monomorphic Turquoise-Browed Motmot (Eumomota Superciliosa)
TG Murphy
The Auk 125 (1), 11-19, 2008
Dishonest ‘preemptive’pursuit-deterrent signal? Why the turquoise-browed motmot wags its tail before feeding nestlings
TG Murphy
Animal Behaviour 73 (6), 965-970, 2007
Racketed tail of the male and female turquoise-browed motmot: male but not female tail length correlates with pairing success, performance, and reproductive success
TG Murphy
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61 (6), 911-918, 2007
Male Bias in the Song Control System despite Female Bias in Song Rate in Streak-Backed Orioles (Icterus pustulatus)
ZJ Hall, SA MacDougall-Shackleton, M Osorio-Beristain, TG Murphy
Brain, Behavior and Evolution 76 (3-4), 168-175, 2010
It isn't always sexy when both are bright and shiny: considering alternatives to sexual selection in elaborate monomorphic species
KA Tarvin, TG Murphy
Ibis 154 (3), 439, 2012
Honesty of a dynamic female aggressive status signal: baseline testosterone relates to bill color in female American goldfinches
TT Pham, PS Queller, KA Tarvin, TG Murphy
Journal of Avian Biology 45 (1), 22-28, 2014
Blood parasite infection differentially relates to carotenoid‐based plumage and bill color in the American goldfinch
DC Lumpkin, TG Murphy, KA Tarvin
Ecology and evolution 4 (16), 3210-3217, 2014
Same trait, different receiver response: unlike females, male American goldfinches do not signal status with bill colour
TG Murphy, JA West, TT Pham, LM Cevallos, RK Simpson, KA Tarvin
Animal Behaviour 93, 121-127, 2014
Condition and brightness of structural blue-green: motmot tail-racket brightness is related to speed of feather growth in males, but not in females
TG Murphy, TT Pham
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 106 (3), 673-681, 2012
Lack of melanized keratin and barbs that fall off: how the racketed tail of the turquoise‐browed motmot Eumomota superciliosa is formed
T G. Murphy
Journal of Avian Biology 38 (2), 139-143, 2007
Seasonal variation in the utility of a status signaling system: Plumage ornament predicts foraging success only during periods of high competition
PS Queller, TG Murphy
PLoS One 12 (10), e0185584, 2017
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