Amanda Izzo, MS

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
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David A. Gray grad student CSUN
Elizabeth A. Tibbetts grad student 2011 University of Michigan (Evolution Tree)
 (Spotting the top male: sexual selection in a lek-mating paper wasp, Polistes dominulus.)
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Wright CM, Hyland TD, Izzo AS, et al. (2018) queens exhibit personality variation and behavioral syndromes. Current Zoology. 64: 45-52
Wright CM, Skinker VE, Izzo AS, et al. (2017) Queen personality type predicts nest-guarding behaviour, colony size and the subsequent collective aggressiveness of the colony Animal Behaviour. 124: 7-13
Izzo A, Tibbetts EA. (2015) Heightened Condition Dependence of a Sexually Selected Signal in Male Polistes dominulus Paper Wasps Ethology. 121: 586-592
Izzo AS, Tibbetts EA. (2012) Spotting the top male: Sexually selected signals in male Polistes dominulus wasps Animal Behaviour. 83: 839-845
Izzo AS, Gray DA. (2011) Heterospecific courtship and sequential mate choice in sister species of field crickets Animal Behaviour. 81: 259-264
Tibbetts EA, Izzo A, Huang ZY. (2011) Behavioral and physiological factors associated with juvenile hormone in Polistes wasp foundresses Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 65: 1123-1131
Tibbetts EA, Izzo A, Tinghitella RM. (2011) Juvenile hormone titer and advertised quality are associated with timing of early spring activity in Polistes dominulus foundresses Insectes Sociaux. 58: 473-478
Tibbetts EA, Izzo A. (2010) Social punishment of dishonest signalers caused by mismatch between signal and behavior. Current Biology : Cb. 20: 1637-40
Izzo A, Wells M, Huang Z, et al. (2010) Cuticular hydrocarbons correlate with fertility, not dominance, in a paper wasp, Polistes dominulus Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 64: 857-864
Tibbetts EA, Izzo AS. (2009) Endocrine mediated phenotypic plasticity: condition-dependent effects of juvenile hormone on dominance and fertility of wasp queens. Hormones and Behavior. 56: 527-31
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