Lisa Anne Taylor
Lisa Anne Taylor
University of Florida
E-mail megerősítve itt: cornell.edu - Kezdőlap
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Spectral filtering enables trichromatic vision in colorful jumping spiders
DB Zurek, TW Cronin, LA Taylor, K Byrne, MLG Sullivan, NI Morehouse
Current Biology 25 (10), R403-R404, 2015
Iridescence: views from many angles
MG Meadows, MW Butler, NI Morehouse, LA Taylor, MB Toomey, ...
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 6 (suppl_2), S107-S113, 2009
Male ornamental coloration improves courtship success in a jumping spider, but only in the sun
LA Taylor, KJ McGraw
Behavioral Ecology 24 (4), 955-967, 2013
Colour use by tiny predators: jumping spiders show colour biases during foraging
LA Taylor, EB Maier, KJ Byrne, Z Amin, NI Morehouse
Animal Behaviour 90, 149-157, 2014
Condition dependence of male display coloration in a jumping spider (Habronattus pyrrithrix)
LA Taylor, DL Clark, KJ McGraw
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65, 1133-1146, 2011
Flexible color learning in an invertebrate predator: Habronattus jumping spiders can learn to prefer or avoid red during foraging
LA Taylor, Z Amin, EB Maier, KJ Byrne, NI Morehouse
Behavioral Ecology 27 (2), 520-529, 2016
Social behavior in amblypygids, and a reassessment of arachnid social patterns
LS Rayor, LA Taylor
The Journal of Arachnology 34 (2), 399-421, 2006
Specialists and generalists coexist within a population of spider-hunting mud dauber wasps
EC Powell, LA Taylor
Behavioral Ecology 28 (3), 890-898, 2017
Natural variation in condition-dependent display colour does not predict male courtship success in a jumping spider
LA Taylor, DL Clark, KJ McGraw
Animal behaviour 93, 267-278, 2014
A novel method for quantifying the glossiness of animals
MB Toomey, MW Butler, MG Meadows, LA Taylor, HB Fokidis, KJ McGraw
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 64, 1047-1055, 2010
Animal coloration: sexy spider scales
LA Taylor, KJ McGraw
Current Biology 17 (15), R592-R593, 2007
Odor alters color preference in a foraging jumping spider
ME Vickers, LA Taylor
Behavioral Ecology 29 (4), 833-839, 2018
Frequent misdirected courtship in a natural community of colorful Habronattus jumping spiders
LA Taylor, EC Powell, KJ McGraw
PLoS One 12 (4), e0173156, 2017
Variation in activity rates may explain sex-specific dorsal color patterns in Habronattus jumping spiders
LA Taylor, C Cook, KJ McGraw
PloS one 14 (10), e0223015, 2019
Prey colour biases in jumping spiders (Habronattus brunneus) differ across populations
EC Powell, C Cook, J Coco, M Brock, LA Holian, LA Taylor
Ethology 125 (6), 351-361, 2019
From spiderling to senescence: ontogeny of color in the jumping spider, Habronattus pyrrithrix
LA Taylor, DL Clark, KJ McGraw
The Journal of Arachnology 42 (3), 268-276, 2014
The role of male coloration and ornamentation in potential alternative mating strategies of the dimorphic jumping spider, Maevia inclemens
LB Lietzenmayer, DL Clark, LA Taylor
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 73, 1-12, 2019
The mating game: a classroom activity for undergraduates that explores the evolutionary basis of sex roles
D Moore, CT Holbrook, MG Meadows, LA Taylor
The american biology Teacher 74 (9), 648-651, 2012
Color and Communication in Habronattus Jumping Spiders: Tests of Sexual and Ecological Selection
LA Taylor
Arizona State University, 2012
Iridescence: views from many angles. JR Soc. Interface 6
MG Meadows, MW Butler, NI Morehouse, LA Taylor, MB Toomey, ...
S107-S113, 2009
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