WILEY AND COLLEAGUES: RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS

MATING SYSTEMS AND COOPERATIVE BREEDING

A SYNTHESIS OF OUR WORK ON MATING SYSTEMS
AND COOPERATIVE REPRODUCTION

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Wiley, R. H. 2013. Specificity and multiplicity in the recognition of individuals: implications for the evolution of social behaviour. Biological Reviews 88: 179-195.
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Wiley, R. H. 2000. Sexual selection and mating systems: trade-offs for males and females. In M. Apollonio, M. Festa-Bianchet, and D. Mainardi (editors), Vertebrate Mating Systems. World Scientific Publishing, ISBN 981-02-4260-3. Pp. 8-46.
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Price, J., and R. H. Wiley. 2000. Duets and drawls. Natural History 109 (March): 50-53.
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Poston, J. P., R. H. Wiley, and D. F. Westneat. 1999. Male rank, female breeding synchrony, and patterns of paternity in the boat-tailed grackle. Behavioral Ecology 10: 444-451.
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Price, J. J. 1999. Recognition of family-specific calls in stripe-backed wrens. Animal Behaviour 57: 483-492.
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Price, J. J. 1998. Family- and sex-specific vocal traditions in a cooperatively breeding songbird. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 265: 497-502.
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Poston, J. P. 1997. Dominance, access to colonies, and queues for mating opportunities by male boat-tailed grackles. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 41: 89-98.
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Poston, J. P. 1997. Mate choice and competition for mates in the boat-tailed grackle. Animal Behaviour 54: 525-534.
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Wiley, R. H. and J. Poston. 1996. Perspective: indirect mate choice, competition for mates, and coevolution of the sexes. Evolution 50: 1371-1381.
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Stevens, E. E., and R. H. Wiley. 1995. Genetic consequences of restricted dispersal and incest avoidance in a cooperatively breeding wren. Journal of Theoretical Biology 175: 423-436.
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Wiley, R. H. 1991. Lekking in birds and mammals: behavioral and evolutionary issues. Advances in the Study of Behavior 20: 201-291.
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Stevens, E. F. 1990. Instability of harems of feral horses in relation to season and presence of subordinate stallions. Behaviour 112: 149-161.
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Stevens, E. F. 1988. Contests between bands of feral horses for access to fresh water: the resident wins. Animal Behaviour 36: 1051-1053.
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Westneat, D. F. 1988. Parental care and extrapair copulations in the indigo bunting. Auk 105: 149-160.
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Westneat, D. F. 1988. The relationships among polygyny, male parental care and female breeding success in the indigo bunting. Auk 105: 372-374.

Westneat, D. F. 1987. Extra-pair copulations in a predominantly monogamous bird: observations of behavior. Animal Behaviour 35: 865-876.
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Westneat, D. F. 1987. Extra-pair fertilizations in a predominantly monogamous bird: genetic evidence. Animal Behaviour 35: 877-886.
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Frederick, P. C. 1987. Extrapair copulations in the mating system of white ibis (Eudocimus albus). Behaviour 100: 170-201.
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Frederick, P. C. 1987. Responses of male white ibises to their mate's extra-pair copulations. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 21: 223-228.
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Westneat, D. F., R. C. Frederick and R. H. Wiley. 1987. The use of genetic markers to estimate the success of alternative reproductive tactics. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 21: 35-45.
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Frederick, P. C. 1986. Conspecific nest takeovers and egg destruction by white ibises. Wilson Bulletin 98: 156-157.

Rabenold, K. N. 1985. Cooperation in breeding by nonreproductive wrens: kinship, reciprocity, and demography. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 17: 1-17.
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Rabenold, K. N. 1984. Cooperative enhancement of reproductive success in tropical wren societies. Ecology 65: 871-885.
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Wiley, R. H., and K. N. Rabenold. 1984. The evolution of cooperative breeding by delayed reciprocity and queuing for favorable social positions. Evolution 38: 609-621.
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Wiley, R. H. 1981. Social structure and individual ontogenies: problems of description, mechanism, and evolution. In P. P. G. Bateson and P. H. Klopfer (editors), Perspecitves in ethology, vol. 4. Plenum Press, New York. Pp. 105-133.
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Wiley, R. H., and M. S. Wiley. 1980. Territorial behavior of a blackbird: mechanisms of site-dependent dominance. Behaviour 73: 130-154.
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Wiley, R. H., and M. S. Wiley. 1980. Spacing and timing in the nesting ecology of a tropical blackbird: comparison of populations in different environments. Ecological Monographs 50: 153-178.
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Wiley, R. H., and A. Cruz. 1980. The Jamaican blackbird: a "natural experiment" in socioecology. In M. K. Hecht, W. C. Steere, and B. Wallace (editors). Evolutionary Biology, vol. 13. Plenum Press, New York. Pp. 261-293.
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Waser, P. M., and R. H. Wiley. 1979. Mechanisms and evolution of spacing behavior. In P. Marler and J. Vandenberg (editors), Handbook of behavioral neurobiology, vol. 3. Plenum Press, New York. Pp. 159-223.
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Wiley, R. H. 1978. The lek mating system of the sage grouse. Scientific American 238 (May): 114-125. (reprinted in B. W. Wilson (editor), 1980, Birds, Freeman, San Francisco).

Wiley, R. H. 1976. Affiliation between the sexes in common grackles, I: specificity and seaonal progression. Zeitschrift f? Tierpsychologie 40: 59-79.
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Wiley, R. H. 1976. Affiliation between the sexes in common grackles, II: spatial and vocal coordination. Zeitschrift f? Tierpsychologie 40: 244-264.
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Wiley, R. H. 1974. Evolution of social organization and life-history patterns among grouse. Quarterly Review of Biology 49: 201-227.
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Wiley, R. H. 1974. Effects of delayed reproduction on survival, fecundity, and the rate of population increase. American Naturalist 108: 705-709.
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Wiley, R. H. 1973. The strut display of male sage grouse: a "fixed" action pattern. Behaviour 47: 129-152.
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Wiley, R. H. 1973. Territoriality and non-random mating in sage grouse Centrocercus urophasianus. Animal Behaviour Monographs 6: 85-169.
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