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Timothy J A Hain
Timothy J A Hain
Assistant Professor, University of Western Ontario
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Multiple paternity and kin recognition mechanisms in a guppy population
TJA Hain, BD Neff
Molecular Ecology 16 (18), 3938-3946, 2007
952007
Promiscuity drives self-referent kin recognition
TJA Hain, BD Neff
Current Biology 16 (18), 1807-1811, 2006
462006
Kinship affects innate responses to a predator in bluegill Lepomis macrochirus larvae
TJA Hain, BD Neff
Journal of fish biology 75 (3), 728-737, 2009
132009
Multiple mating predicts intensity but not mechanism of kin recognition
TJA Hain, SR Garner, IW Ramnarine, BD Neff
Behavioral Ecology 27 (1), 93-100, 2016
72016
Evolution of kin recognition mechanisms in a fish
TJA Hain, SR Garner, IW Ramnarine, BD Neff
Animal Cognition 20 (2), 367-370, 2017
32017
The Potential for Less Invasive Inference of Resource Use: Covariation in Stable Isotope Composition between Females and Their Eggs in Bluegill
SF Colborne, TJA Hain, FJ Longstaffe, BD Neff
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 144 (2), 283-291, 2015
32015
Nest size and 11-ketotestosterone in bluegill sunfish (Lepomis macrochirus)
TJA Hain, EKL Churchman, R Knapp, BD Neff
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 60, E335-E335, 2020
2020
Perceived paternity affects parental care behaviour in bluegill sunfish (Lepomis machrochirus)
EKL Churchman, TJA Hain, R Knapp, BD Neff
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 60, E39-E39, 2020
2020
The evolution of kin recognition
TJA Hain
2015
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