Amber M Makowicz
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Sexual harassment in live-bearing fishes (Poeciliidae): comparing courting and noncourting species
M Plath, AM Makowicz, I Schlupp, M Tobler
Behavioral Ecology 18 (4), 680-688, 2007
Shared and unique features of morphological differentiation between predator regimes in Gambusia caymanensis
RB Langerhans, AM Makowicz
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 22 (11), 2231-2242, 2009
Male guppies (Poecilia reticulata) adjust their mate choice behaviour to the presence of an audience
I Schlupp, A Makowicz, M Plath
Behaviour 147 (13-14), 1657-1674, 2010
Sexual selection paves the road to sexual isolation during ecological speciation
RB Langerhans, AM Makowicz
Evolutionary Ecology Research 15 (6), 633-651, 2013
Kin Recognition in a Clonal Fish, Poecilia formosa
AM Makowicz, R Tiedemann, RN Steele, I Schlupp
PLoS One 11 (8), e0158442, 2016
Using video playback to study the effect of an audience on male mating behavior in the Sailfin molly (Poecilia latipinna)
AM Makowicz, M Plath, I Schlupp
Behavioural processes 85 (1), 36-41, 2010
The direct costs of living in a sexually harassing environment
AM Makowicz, I Schlupp
Animal behaviour 85 (3), 569-577, 2013
Casanovas are liars: behavioral syndromes, sperm competition risk, and the evolution of deceptive male mating behavior in live-bearing fishes
D Bierbach, AM Makowicz, I Schlupp, H Geupel, B Streit, M Plath
F1000Research 2, 2013
Effects of Female‐Female Aggression in a Sexual/Unisexual Species Complex
AM Makowicz, I Schlupp
Ethology 121 (9), 903-914, 2015
Behavioural and life-history regulation in a unisexual/bisexual mating system: does male mate choice affect female reproductive life histories?
R Riesch, M Plath, AM Makowicz, I Schlupp
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 106 (3), 598-606, 2012
Pre-existing biases for swords in mollies (Poecilia)
AM Makowicz, JC Tanner, E Dumas, CD Siler, I Schlupp
Behavioral Ecology 27 (1), 175-184, 2016
Clonal fish are more aggressive to distant relatives in a low resource environment
AM Makowicz, T Moore, I Schlupp
Behaviour 155 (5), 351-367, 2018
Size, species and audience type influence heterospecific female–female competition
AM Makowicz, L Murray, I Schlupp
Animal behaviour 159, 47-58, 2020
Presence of an audience alters mate choice of poeciliid males
D Bierbach, Y Konstantin, S Stadler, D Schenkel, AM Makowicz, H Nigl, ...
Are you more than the sum of your parents’ genes? Phenotypic plasticity in a clonal vertebrate and F1 hybrids of its parental species
AM Makowicz, J Travis
Evolution 74 (6), 1124-1141, 2020
Foundations and Frontiers in Mate Choice Review of: Rosenthal, G. 2017. Mate Choice: The Evolution of Sexual Decision Making from Microbes to Humans. Princeton Univ. Press …
AM Makowicz, MJ Daniel, BC Jones, PR Rivers, M Dye, MR Kuzel, ...
Evolution 74 (7), 1575-1583, 2020
Cascading indirect genetic effects in a clonal vertebrate
AM Makowicz, D Bierbach, C Richardson, KA Hughes
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1978), 20220731, 2022
Resource competition explains rare cannibalism in the wild in livebearing fishes
R Riesch, MS Araújo, S Bumgarner, C Filla, L Pennafort, TR Goins, ...
Ecology and Evolution 12 (5), e8872, 2022
Male attention allocation depends on social context
SD Burridge, I Schlupp, AM Makowicz
bioRxiv, 2021.02. 27.433194, 2021
Aspects of the life history of the Tamesí molly, Poecilia latipunctata, from two populations in the Río Tamesí drainage in northeastern Mexico
R Riesch, AM Makowicz, B Joachim, GD León, J Francisco, I Schlupp
Revista mexicana de biodiversidad 92, 2021
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