G I Holwell
G I Holwell
School of Biological Sciences, University of Auckland
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Female praying mantids use sexual cannibalism as a foraging strategy to increase fecundity
KL Barry, GI Holwell, ME Herberstein
Behavioral Ecology 19 (4), 710-715, 2008
Intraspecific evidence from guppies for correlated patterns of male and female genital trait diversification
JP Evans, C Gasparini, GI Holwell, IW Ramnarine, TE Pitcher, A Pilastro
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1718), 2611-2620, 2011
Mate location, antennal morphology, and ecology in two praying mantids (Insecta: Mantodea)
GI Holwell, KL Barry, ME Herberstein
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 91 (2), 307-313, 2007
Multimodal mate assessment by male praying mantids in a sexually cannibalistic mating system
KL Barry, GI Holwell, ME Herberstein
Animal Behaviour 79 (5), 1165-1172, 2010
Pollinator deception in the orchid mantis
JC O’Hanlon, GI Holwell, ME Herberstein
The American Naturalist 183 (1), 126-132, 2014
Exaggerated trait allometry, compensation and trade-offs in the New Zealand giraffe weevil (Lasiorhynchus barbicornis)
CJ Painting, GI Holwell
PLoS one 8 (11), e82467, 2013
Scramble competition polygyny in terrestrial arthropods
ME Herberstein, CJ Painting, GI Holwell
Advances in the Study of Behavior 49, 237-295, 2017
Male mating behaviour reduces the risk of sexual cannibalism in an Australian praying mantid
KL Barry, GI Holwell, ME Herberstein
Journal of Ethology 27, 377-383, 2009
Genital shape correlates with sperm transfer success in the praying mantis Ciulfina klassi (Insecta: Mantodea)
GI Holwell, C Winnick, T Tregenza, ME Herberstein
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 64, 617-625, 2010
Multiple exaggerated weapon morphs: a novel form of male polymorphism in harvestmen
CJ Painting, AF Probert, DJ Townsend, GI Holwell
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 16368, 2015
Critical issues facing New Zealand entomology
PJ Lester, SDJ Brown, ED Edwards, GI Holwell, SM Pawson, DF Ward, ...
New Zealand Entomologist 37 (1), 1-13, 2014
Exaggerated rostra as weapons and the competitive assessment strategy of male giraffe weevils
CJ Painting, GI Holwell
Behavioral Ecology 25 (5), 1223-1232, 2014
Muscle mass drives cost in sexually selected arthropod weapons
DM O'Brien, RP Boisseau, M Duell, E McCullough, EC Powell, U Somjee, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1905), 20191063, 2019
Geographic variation in genital morphology of Ciulfina praying mantids
GI Holwell
Journal of Zoology 276 (1), 108-114, 2008
Fatal attraction: sexually cannibalistic invaders attract naive native mantids
MP Fea, MC Stanley, GI Holwell
Biology Letters 9 (6), 20130746, 2013
Predatory pollinator deception: Does the orchid mantis resemble a model species?
JC O’hanlon, GI Holwell, ME Herberstein
Current Zoology 60 (1), 90-103, 2014
A paternity advantage for speedy males? Sperm precedence patterns and female re-mating frequencies in a sexually cannibalistic praying mantid
KL Barry, GI Holwell, ME Herberstein
Evolutionary Ecology 25, 107-119, 2011
Chirally dimorphic male genitalia in praying mantids (Ciulfina: Liturgusidae)
GI Holwell, ME Herberstein
Journal of Morphology 271 (10), 1176-1184, 2010
The potential global distribution of the Bronze bug Thaumastocoris peregrinus Carpintero and Dellapé (Hemiptera: Thaumastocoridae)
MC Saavedra, GA Avila, TM Withers, GI Holwell
Agricultural and Forest Entomology 17 (4), 375-388, 2015
Preference for habitats with low structural complexity in the praying mantid Ciulfina sp.(Mantidae)
PJB Hill, GI Holwell, A Göth, ME Herberstein
Acta Oecologica 26 (1), 1-7, 2004
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