Publications

 

Baines, C. B., J. M. J. Travis, S. J. McCauley, and G. Bocedi. Negative density-dependent dispersal emerges from the joint evolution of density- and body condition-dependent dispersal strategies. Accepted at Evolution.

Baines, C. B., *S. Diab, and S. J. McCauley. 2020. Parasitism risk and parasite infection alter host dispersal. The American Naturalist. 196: 119-131.

Baines, C. B., I. M. C. Ferzoco, and S. J. McCauley. 2019. Phenotype-by-environment interactions influence dispersal. Journal of Animal Ecology. 88: 1263– 1274.

Ferzoco, I. M., C. B. Baines, and S. J. McCauley. 2019. Co-occurring Notonecta (Heteroptera: Notonectidae) species differ in their behavioral response to cues of predation risk. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 112: 402–408.

Baines, C. B., and S. J. McCauley. 2018. Natal habitat conditions have carryover effects on dispersal capacity and behavior. Ecosphere. 9(10): e02465.

Baines, C. B., I. M. Ferzoco, and S. J. McCauley. 2017. Sex biased dispersal is independent of sex ratio in a semi-aquatic insect. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 71: 119.

Baines, C. B., S. J. McCauley, and L. Rowe. 2015. Dispersal depends on body condition and predation risk in the semi-aquatic insect, Notonecta undulata. Ecology and Evolution. ece3.1508.

Baines, C. B., S. J. McCauley, and L. Rowe. 2014. The interactive effects of competition and predation risk on dispersal in an insect. Biology Letters. 10: 20140287.