John A Endler, Ph.D.

Deakin University, Burwood, Victoria, Australia 
"John Endler"


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Bryan Clarke grad student (Evolution Tree)


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William J. McClintock grad student 2000 UC Santa Barbara
Molly E. Cummings grad student 2001 UC Santa Barbara (Neurotree)
Patrick N. Ross grad student 2002 UC Santa Barbara
Gregg I. Tully grad student 2006 UC Santa Barbara
Natalie R. Doerr grad student 2008 UC Santa Barbara
Bibiana Rojas grad student 2007-2012 Deakin University
Lainy B. Day post-doc UC Santa Barbara (Neurotree)
Robert C. Brooks post-doc 1997-1999 James Cook University (Evolution Tree)
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Cummings ME, Endler JA. (2018) 25 Years of sensory drive: the evidence and its watery bias. Current Zoology. 64: 471-484
van Hazel I, Dungan SZ, Hauser FE, et al. (2016) A comparative study of rhodopsin function in the great bowerbird (Ptilonorhynchus nuchalis): Spectral tuning and light-activated kinetics. Protein Science : a Publication of the Protein Society
Kemp DJ, Herberstein ME, Fleishman LJ, et al. (2015) An integrative framework for the appraisal of coloration in nature. The American Naturalist. 185: 705-24
Ekanayake KB, Weston MA, Nimmo DG, et al. (2015) The bright incubate at night: sexual dichromatism and adaptive incubation division in an open-nesting shorebird. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 282: 20143026
Huveneers C, Holman D, Robbins R, et al. (2015) White Sharks Exploit the Sun during Predatory Approaches. The American Naturalist. 185: 562-70
Cole GL, Endler JA. (2015) Variable environmental effects on a multicomponent sexually selected trait. The American Naturalist. 185: 452-68
Cole GL, Endler JA. (2015) Artificial selection for food colour preferences. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 282: 20143108
Doerr NR, Endler JA. (2015) Illusions vary because of the types of decorations at bowers, not male skill at arranging them, in great bowerbirds Animal Behaviour. 99: 73-82
Endler JA. (2015) Writing scientific papers, with special reference to Evolutionary Ecology Evolutionary Ecology. 29: 465-478
Guevara-Fiore P, Endler JA. (2014) Male sexual behaviour and ethanol consumption from an evolutionary perspective: A comment on "Sexual Deprivation Increases Ethanol Intake in Drosophila". Fly. 8: 234-6
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