W. Andrew Snedden

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1995-2001 Entomology University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, United States 
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Greenfield MD, Siegfreid E, Snedden WA. (2004) Variation and repeatability of female choice in a chorusing katydid, Ephippiger ephippiger: An experimental exploration of the precedence effect Ethology. 110: 287-299
Greenfield MD, Snedden WA. (2003) Selective attention and the spatio-temporal structure of Orthopteran choruses Behaviour. 140: 1-26
Sakaluk SK, Schaus JM, Eggert AK, et al. (2002) Polyandry and fitness of offspring reared under varying nutritional stress in decorated crickets. Evolution; International Journal of Organic Evolution. 56: 1999-2007
Snedden WA, Greenfield MD. (1998) Females prefer leading males: relative call timing and sexual selection in katydid choruses. Animal Behaviour. 56: 1091-1098
Snedden WA, Greenfield MD, Jang Y. (1998) Mechanisms of selective attention in grasshopper choruses: Who listens to whom? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 43: 59-66
Greenfield MD, Tourtellot MK, Snedden WA. (1997) Precedence effects and the evolution of chorusing Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 264: 1355-1361
Todd CD, Hadfield MG, Snedden WA. (1997) Juvenile mating and sperm storage in the tropical corallivorous nudibranch Phestilla sibogae Invertebrate Biology. 116: 322-330
Snedden WA. (1996) Lifetime mating success in male sagebrush crickets: Sexual selection constrained by a virgin male mating advantage Animal Behaviour. 51: 1119-1125
Ritchie MG, Couzin ID, Snedden WA. (1995) What's in a song? Female bushcrickets discriminate against the song of older males Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences. 262: 21-27
Sakaluk SK, Snedden WA, Jacobson KA, et al. (1995) Sexual competition in sagebrush crickets: Must males hear calling rivals? Behavioral Ecology. 6: 250-257
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