Gregory Grether

2008- Ecology and Evolutionary Biology University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Causes and consequences of aggression and reproductive interference between species; character displacement; species recognition; evolution of coloration; the role of phenotypic plasticity in evolution; animal behavior
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Kathleen Semple Delaney grad student 2003 UCLA
Brenda Jean Larison grad student 2007 UCLA
Terence Lee grad student 2007 UCLA
Ilonka S. von Lippke grad student 2008 UCLA
Christopher Neal Anderson grad student 2009 UCLA
Neil John Losin grad student 2012 UCLA
Kathryn Peiman grad student 2014 UCLA
Jonathan Phillip Drury grad student 2008-2014 UCLA
Watcharapong Hongjamrassilp grad student 2017-2021 UCLA
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Cowen MC, Drury JP, Grether GF. (2020) Multiple routes to interspecific territoriality in sister species of North American perching birds. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution
Drury JP, Cowen MC, Grether GF. (2020) Competition and hybridization drive interspecific territoriality in birds. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Grether GF, Drury JP, Okamoto KW, et al. (2019) Predicting evolutionary responses to interspecific interference in the wild. Ecology Letters
Drury JP, Anderson CN, Cabezas Castillo MB, et al. (2019) A General Explanation for the Persistence of Reproductive Interference. The American Naturalist. 194: 268-275
Drury JP, Grether GF, Garland T, et al. (2017) An assessment of phylogenetic tools for analyzing the interplay between interspecific interactions and phenotypic evolution. Systematic Biology
Grether GF, Peiman KS, Tobias JA, et al. (2017) Causes and Consequences of Behavioral Interference between Species. Trends in Ecology & Evolution
Losin N, Drury JP, Peiman KS, et al. (2016) The ecological and evolutionary stability of interspecific territoriality. Ecology Letters
Drury JP, Anderson CN, Grether GF. (2015) Seasonal polyphenism in wing coloration affects species recognition in rubyspot damselflies (Hetaerina spp.). Journal of Evolutionary Biology
Drury JP, Okamoto KW, Anderson CN, et al. (2015) Reproductive interference explains persistence of aggression between species. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 282: 20142256
Ribeiro RD, Mccormack JE, Álvarez HG, et al. (2015) Loss of sexual dimorphism is associated with loss of lekking behavior in the green manakin Xenopipo holochora Journal of Avian Biology. 46: 307-314
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