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Birgitta S. Tullberg
Birgitta S. Tullberg
Professor Animal Ecology, Department of Zoology, Stockholm University
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Evolution of gregariousness in aposematic butterfly larvae: a phylogenetic analysis
B Sillén‐Tullberg
Evolution 42 (2), 293-305, 1988
2891988
The relationship between concealed ovulation and mating systems in anthropoid primates: a phylogenetic analysis
B Sillén-Tullberg, AP Moller
The American Naturalist 141 (1), 1-25, 1993
2261993
Higher survival of an aposematic than of a cryptic form of a distasteful bug
B Sillén-Tullberg
Oecologia 67 (3), 411-415, 1985
2091985
Phylogenetic analyses of sexual selection and sexual size dimorphism in pinnipeds
P Lindenfors, BS Tullberg, M Biuw
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 52 (3), 188-193, 2002
2012002
Evolutionary stability of aposematic coloration and prey unprofitability: a theoretical analysis
O Leimar, M Enquist, B Sillen-Tullberg
The American Naturalist 128 (4), 469-490, 1986
1911986
Prolonged copulation: a male ‘postcopulatory’strategy in a promiscuous species, Lygaeus equestris (Heteroptera: Lygaeidae)
B Sillén-Tullberg
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 9 (4), 283-289, 1981
1881981
Aposematism and gregariousness: the combined effect of group size and coloration on signal repellence
G Gamberale, BS Tullberg
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1998
1841998
Phylogenetic analyses of primate size evolution: the consequences of sexual selection
P Lindenfors, BS Tullberg
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 64 (4), 413-447, 1998
1791998
Aposematism and crypsis combined as a result of distance dependence: functional versatility of the colour pattern in the swallowtail butterfly larva
BS Tullberg, S Merilaita, C Wiklund
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1570), 1315-1321, 2005
1662005
Evidence for a peak-shift in predator generalization among aposematic prey
G Gamberale, BS Tullberg
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1996
1601996
The cost of being aposematic. An experimental study of predation on larvae of Papilio machaon by the great tit Parus major
T Järvi, B Sillén-Tullberg, C Wiklund
Oikos, 267-272, 1981
1441981
The evolution of gregariousness in distasteful insects as a defense against predators
B Sillen-Tullberg, O Leimar
The American Naturalist 132 (5), 723-734, 1988
1361988
The effect of biased inclusion of taxa on the correlation between discrete characters in phylogenetic trees
B Siixén‐Tullberg
Evolution 47 (4), 1182-1191, 1993
1201993
Experienced chicks show biased avoidance of stronger signals: an experiment with natural colour variation in live aposematic prey
G Gamberale-Stille, BS Tullberg
Evolutionary Ecology 13 (6), 579-589, 1999
1171999
Evolutionary aspects of aggression: the importance of sexual selection
P Lindenfors, BS Tullberg
Advances in genetics 75, 7-22, 2011
1062011
Evidence for a more effective signal in aggregated aposematic prey
G Gamberale, BS Tullberg
Animal Behaviour 52 (3), 597-601, 1996
1061996
Fruit or aposematic insect? Context-dependent colour preferences in domestic chicks
G Gamberale–Stille, BS Tullberg
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2001
1002001
Stimulus salience as an explanation for imperfect mimicry
B Kazemi, G Gamberale-Stille, BS Tullberg, O Leimar
Current Biology 24 (9), 965-969, 2014
962014
Stature and sexual stature dimorphism in Sweden, from the 10th to the end of the 20th century
A Gustafsson, L Werdelin, BS Tullberg, P Lindenfors
American Journal of Human Biology: The Official Journal of the Human Biology …, 2007
912007
Constrained camouflage facilitates the evolution of conspicuous warning coloration
S Merilaita, BS Tullberg
Evolution 59 (1), 38-45, 2005
882005
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