Reginald Cocroft

Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior University of Missouri - Columbia, Columbia, MO, United States 
Behavioral Sciences Psychology, Entomology Biology
"Reginald Cocroft"
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Rodríguez RL, Wood TK, Stearns FW, et al. (2021) Adaptation without Specialization Early in a Host Shift. The American Naturalist. 198: 333-346
Kollasch AM, Abdul-Kafi AR, Body MJA, et al. (2020) Leaf vibrations produced by chewing provide a consistent acoustic target for plant recognition of herbivores. Oecologia
Pinto CF, Torrico-Bazoberry D, Penna M, et al. (2019) Chemical Responses of Nicotiana tabacum (Solanaceae) Induced by Vibrational Signals of a Generalist Herbivore. Journal of Chemical Ecology
Hamel JA, Cocroft RB. (2019) Maternal Vibrational Signals Reduce the Risk of Attracting Eavesdropping Predators Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. 7
Cossio‐Rodriguez R, Cocroft RB, Niemeyer HM, et al. (2019) Mate searching in Ennya maculicornis (Membracidae: Polyglyptini) initiated by females: behavioural and acoustic descriptions Ecological Entomology. 44: 406-412
Gibson JS, Cocroft RB. (2018) Vibration-guided mate searching in treehoppers: directional accuracy and sampling strategies in a complex sensory environment. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Appel HM, Cocroft RB. (2014) Plants respond to leaf vibrations caused by insect herbivore chewing Oecologia. 175: 1257-1266
Hamel JA, Cocroft RB. (2012) Negative feedback from maternal signals reduces false alarms by collectively signalling offspring. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 279: 3820-6
Cocroft RB, Sullivan-Beckers LE. (2012) Female Preference Functions Provide a Window into Cognition, the Evolution of Communication, and Speciation in Plant-Feeding Insects The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Evolutionary Psychology
Rodríguez RL, Haen C, Cocroft RB, et al. (2012) Males adjust signaling effort based on female mate-preference cues Behavioral Ecology. 23: 1218-1225
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