Douglass H. Morse, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Brown University, Providence, RI 
Area:
Behavioral Ecology, Life History Evolution
Website:
http://research.brown.edu/research/profile.php?id=1100924803
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Rose NH, Halitschke R, Morse DH. (2015) Tri-trophic effects of seasonally variable induced plant defenses vary across the development of a shelter building moth larva and its parasitoid. Plos One. 10: e0120769
Morse DH, Chapman GH. (2015) Growth, development, and behaviour of the parasitised and unparasitised larvae of a shelter-building moth and consequences for the resulting koinobiont parasitoid Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata. 154: 179-187
Adams SA, Morse DH. (2014) Condition-dependent mate choice of a parasitoid wasp in the field Animal Behaviour. 88: 225-232
Morse DH. (2014) The relation of size to climbing, line-crossing and running performances of male crab spiders Evolutionary Ecology. 28: 23-36
Morse DH. (2013) Reproductive output of a female crab spider: The impacts of mating failure, natural enemies, and resource availability Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata. 146: 141-148
LoPresti EF, Morse DH. (2013) Costly leaf shelters protect moth pupae from parasitoids Arthropod-Plant Interactions. 7: 445-453
Morse DH. (2011) Size and development times of herbivorous host and parasitoid on distantly related foodplants American Midland Naturalist. 166: 252-265
Morse DH. (2011) Cannibalism within nests of the crab spider Misumena vatia Journal of Arachnology. 39: 168-170
Morse DH. (2011) Do cannibalism and kin recognition occur in just-emerged crab spiderlings? Journal of Arachnology. 39: 53-58
Bar-Yam S, Morse DH. (2011) Host-Plant choice behavior at multiple life-cycle stages: The roles of mobility and early growth in decision-making Ethology. 117: 508-519
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