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Hugh Dingle

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1964-1982 University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 
 1982- Biological Sciences University of California, Davis, Davis, CA 
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Entomology
Website:
http://entomology.ucdavis.edu/Faculty/Hugh_Dingle/
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Hugh Dingle is Professor Emeritus of Entomology and the Center for Population Biology at the University of California, Davis where he was a Director of the Animal Behavior Graduate Group. He is Past President and a Fellow of the Animal Behaviour Society and has a B.A. from Cornell and a PhD in Zoology from the University of Michigan. After postdoctoral work at the University of Cambridge (UK) and Michigan, Dingle went to the University of Iowa in 1964 moving to Davis in 1982. After retirement from UC Davis, he was an Honorary Research Consultant at the University of Queensland (Australia) from 2003-2010. He has conducted multi-taxon research on migration in North and South America, Africa, Australia, and Southeast Asia.

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Morris Foster grad student (GenetiTree)
R.W. Gerard grad student
Richard D. Alexander grad student 1962 University of Michigan
Lawrence B. Slobodkin grad student 1962 University of Michigan

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Mary Ann Rankin grad student 1972 University of Iowa (Neurotree)
Mark A. Salser grad student 2003 UC Davis
Jason V. Watters grad student 2003 UC Davis
Holly H. Ganz grad student 2004 UC Davis
Timothy A. Mousseau post-doc 1988-1990
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Freedman MG, Dingle H, Strauss SY, et al. (2020) Two centuries of monarch butterfly collections reveal contrasting effects of range expansion and migration loss on wing traits. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Dingle H, Rochester WA, Zalucki MP. (2019) Relationships among climate, latitude and migration: Australian butterflies are not temperate-zone birds. Oecologia. 124: 196-207
Freedman MG, Dingle H. (2018) Wing morphology in migratory North American monarchs: characterizing sources of variation and understanding changes through time Animal Migration. 5: 61-73
Freedman MG, Dingle H, Tabuloc CA, et al. (2017) Non-migratory monarch butterflies, Danaus plexippus (L.), retain developmental plasticity and a navigational mechanism associated with migration Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 123: 265-278
Andres JA, Thampy PR, Mathieson MT, et al. (2013) Hybridization and adaptation to introduced balloon vines in an Australian soapberry bug. Molecular Ecology. 22: 6116-30
Cornelius JM, Watts HE, Dingle H, et al. (2013) Obligate versus rich patch opportunism: evolution and endocrine mechanisms. General and Comparative Endocrinology. 190: 76-80
Dingle H, Carroll SP, Famula TR. (2009) Influence of genetic architecture on contemporary local evolution in the soapberry bug, Jadera haematoloma: artificial selection on beak length. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 22: 2031-40
Dingle H. (2008) Bird migration in the southern hemisphere: a review comparing continents Emu - Austral Ornithology. 108: 341-359
Dingle H, Drake VA. (2007) What Is Migration Bioscience. 57: 113-121
Dingle H. (2006) Animal migration: is there a common migratory syndrome? Journal of Ornithology. 147: 212-220
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