Brian Mautz

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Biology Uppsala University, Uppsala, Uppsala län, Sweden 
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Booksmythe I, Mautz B, Davis J, et al. (2015) Facultative adjustment of the offspring sex ratio and male attractiveness: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
Mautz BS, Wong BB, Peters RA, et al. (2013) Penis size interacts with body shape and height to influence male attractiveness. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110: 6925-30
Mautz BS, Møller AP, Jennions MD. (2013) Do male secondary sexual characters signal ejaculate quality? A meta-analysis. Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society. 88: 669-82
Slatyer RA, Mautz BS, Backwell PR, et al. (2012) Estimating genetic benefits of polyandry from experimental studies: a meta-analysis. Biological Reviews of the Cambridge Philosophical Society. 87: 1-33
Mautz BS, Jennions MD. (2011) The effect of competitor presence and relative competitive ability on male mate choice Behavioral Ecology. 22: 769-775
Mautz B, Detto T, Wong BBM, et al. (2011) Male fiddler crabs defend multiple burrows to attract additional females Behavioral Ecology. 22: 261-267
Kahn AT, Mautz B, Jennions MD. (2010) Females prefer to associate with males with longer intromittent organs in mosquitofish. Biology Letters. 6: 55-8
Mautz BS, Sakaluk SK. (2008) Heritable variation in the timing of spermatophore removal, a mechanism of post-copulatory female choice in crickets Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 21: 1366-1370
Mautz BS, Sakaluk SK. (2008) The effects of age and previous mating experience on pre- and post-copulatory mate choice in female house crickets (Acheta domesticus L.) Journal of Insect Behavior. 21: 203-212
Hamm D, Mautz BS, Wolfner MF, et al. (2007) Evidence of amino acid diversity-enhancing selection within humans and among primates at the candidate sperm-receptor gene PKDREJ. American Journal of Human Genetics. 81: 44-52
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