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Limousin, D. & M. D. Greenfield. 2009. Evaluation of amplitude in male song : female waxmoths respond to fortissimo notes. Journal of Experimental Biology, 212 : 4091-4100.



Alem, S. & M.D. Greenfield. 2010. Economics of mate choice at leks : do female waxmoths pay costs for indirect genetic benefits? Behavioral Ecology, 21: 615-625.



Lafaille, M., G. Bimbard et M.D. Greenfield. 2010. Risk trading in mating behavior: forgoing anti-predator responses reduces the likelihood of missing terminal mating opportunities. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 64 : 1485–1494.



Greenfield, M.D. 2010. Communication networks. Pages 329-336 in Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, Volume 1, (M.D. Breed and J. Moore, eds.) Academic Press, Oxford.



** Mohamad, R., J.P. Monge & M. Goubault. 2010. Can subjective resource value affect aggressiveness and contest outcome in parasitoid wasps? Animal Behaviour, 80, 629-636.



Zhou, Y., J.K. Kelly & M.D. Greenfield. 2011. Testing the Fisherian mechanism: examining the genetic correlation between male song and female response in waxmoths. Evolutionary Ecology, 25 : 307-329.



Brunel-Pons, O., S. Alem & M.D. Greenfield. 2011. The complex auditory scene at leks : balancing anti-predatory behaviour and competitive signalling in an acoustic moth. Animal Behaviour, 81 : 231-239.



Alem, S., K. Koselj, B. Siemers & M.D. Greenfield. 2011. Bat predation and the evolution of leks in acoustic moths. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 65 : 2105-2116.



** Mohamad, R., J.P. Monge & M. Goubault. 2011. Agonistic interactions and their implications for parasitoid species coexistence. Behavioral Ecology, 22, 1114-1122.



Greenfield, M.D., R.G. Danka, J.M. Gleason, B.R. Harris et Y. Zhou. 2012. Genotype x environment interaction, environmental heterogeneity, and the lek paradox. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 25 : 601-613.



Limousin, D., R. Streiff, B. Courtois, V. Dupuy, S. Alem & M.D. Greenfield. 2012. Genetic architecture of sexual selection : QTL mapping of male song and female receiver traits in an acoustic moth. PLoS ONE, 7(9), e44554.



Ligout, S., D. Munier, L. Marquereau & M.D. Greenfield. 2012. Chronological vs. physiological age as determinants of mating decisions : Studies on female choice over lifespan in an acoustic moth. Ethology, 118,740-751.


Greenfield, M.D. 2012. Songs of love, Orthoptera-style : Revue de ‘Cricket Radio’, par J. Himmelman. PLoS Biology, 10(2) : e1001275



** Mohamad, R., J.P. Monge & M. Goubault. 2012. Wait or fight? Ownership asymmetry affects contest behaviors in a parasitoid wasp. Behavioral Ecology, 23, 1330-1337.



Goubault, M. & M. DeCuignière. 2012. Previous experience and contest outcome: winner effects persist in absence of evident loser effects in a parasitoid wasp. American Naturalist, 180, 364-371.



Jarrige, A., M.D. Greenfield & M. Goubault. 2013. Male song as a predictor of the nuptial gift in bushcrickets : On the confounding influence of male choice. Animal Behaviour, 85, 1427-1434.



Alem, S., R. Streiff, B. Courtois, S. Zenboudji, D. Limousin & M.D. Greenfield. 2013. Genetic architecture of sensory exploitation: QTL mapping of female and male receiver traits in an acoustic moth. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 26, 2581-2596.



** Mohamad, R., J.P. Monge & M. Goubault. 2013. Do resource value and ownership status affect intensity and resolution of contests in a parasitoid wasp? Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 147, 99-109.



Briffa, M., I.C.W. Hardy, M.P. Gammell, D.J. Jennings, D.D. Clarke & M. Goubault. 2013. Analysis of animal contest data. Pages 47-85 (chapter 4) in Animal Contests (M. Briffa & I.C.W. Hardy, eds.). Cambridge Univ. Press.



Hardy, I.C.W., M. Goubault & T.P. Batchelor. 2013. Hymenopteran contests an agonistic behaviour. Pages 147-177 (chapter 8) in Animal Contests (M. Briffa & I.C.W. Hardy, eds.). Cambridge University Press.



Party, V., O. Brunel-Pons & M.D. Greenfield. 2014. Priority of precedence : receiver psychology, female preference for leading calls and sexual selection in insect choruses. Animal Behaviour, 87, 175-185.



Greenfield, M.D., S. Alem, D. Limousin & N.W. Bailey. 2014. The dilemma of Fisherian sexual selection: Mate choice for indirect benefits despite rarity and overall weakness of trait-preference genetic correlation. Evolution, 68, 3524-3536.



Greenfield, M.D. 2014. Evolution of communication. Pages 655-662 (chapter VII.7) in Princeton Guide to Evolution, (J. Losos, ed.) Princeton University Press, Princeton, New Jersey, U.S.A.



Greenfield, M.D. 2014. Acoustic communication in the nocturnal Lepidoptera. Pages 81-100 (chapter 6) in Insect Hearing and Acoustic Communication (B. Hedwig, ed.). Springer-Verlag.



Greenfield, M.D. 2014. Phenotypic plasticity and genotype x environment interaction in animal communication. Pages 191-212 (chapter 8) in The Role of Genotype x Environment Interactions in Sexual Selection (D.J. Hosken & J. Hunt, eds.). Wiley-Blackwell.



Greenfield, M.D. 2015. Signal interactions and interference in insect choruses : Singing and listening in the social environment. Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 201, 143-154. Special issue : Insect hearing: From physics to ecology.



Alem, S., C. Clanet, A. Dixsaut, V. Party & M.D. Greenfield. 2015. What determines lek size? Cognitive constraints and per capita attraction of females limit male aggregation in an acoustic moth. Animal Behaviour, 100, 106-115.



Greenfield, M.D. 2015. Sexual selection. In Pheromone Communication in Moths: Evolution, Behavior and Application (J. Allison & R.T. Cardé, eds.). University of California Press.



Greenfield, M.D. 2015. Evolution of acoustic communication in insects. In Springer Handbook of Auditory Research: Insect Hearing (G. Pollack & A.C. Mason, eds.). Springer-Verlag.



** Mohamad, R., E. Wajnberg, J.P. Monge & M. Goubault. 2015. The effect of direct interspecific competition on patch exploitation strategies in parasitoid wasps. Oecologia, 177, 305-315.




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