Sam Cotton
Sam Cotton
Bristol Zoological Society
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Do sexual ornaments demonstrate heightened condition-dependent expression as predicted by the handicap hypothesis?
S Cotton, K Fowler, A Pomiankowski
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2004
Sexual selection and condition-dependent mate preferences
S Cotton, J Small, A Pomiankowski
Current Biology 16 (17), R755-R765, 2006
Condition dependence of sexual ornament size and variation in the stalk‐eyed fly Cyrtodiopsis dalmanni (Diptera: Diopsidae)
S Cotton, K Fowler, A Pomiankowski
Evolution 58 (5), 1038-1046, 2004
Population consequences of environmental sex reversal
S Cotton, C Wedekind
Conservation Biology 23 (1), 196-206, 2009
Control of introduced species using Trojan sex chromosomes
S Cotton, C Wedekind
Trends in ecology & evolution 22 (9), 441-443, 2007
Variation in preference for a male ornament is positively associated with female eyespan in the stalk-eyed fly Diasemopsis meigenii
S Cotton, DW Rogers, J Small, A Pomiankowski, K Fowler
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 273 (1591), 1287-1292, 2006
Heightened condition dependence is not a general feature of male eyespan in stalk‐eyed flies (Diptera: Diopsidae)
S Cotton, K Fowler, A Pomiankowski
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17 (6), 1310-1316, 2004
Eyespan reflects reproductive quality in wild stalk-eyed flies
S Cotton, J Small, R Hashim, A Pomiankowski
Evolutionary Ecology 24 (1), 83-95, 2010
Male eyespan and resource ownership affect contest outcome in the stalk-eyed fly, Teleopsis dalmanni
J Small, S Cotton, K Fowler, A Pomiankowski
Animal Behaviour 78 (5), 1213-1220, 2009
Male eyespan size is associated with meiotic drive in wild stalk-eyed flies (Teleopsis dalmanni)
AJ Cotton, M Földvári, S Cotton, A Pomiankowski
Heredity 112 (4), 363-369, 2014
Introduction of Trojan sex chromosomes to boost population growth
S Cotton, C Wedekind
Journal of Theoretical Biology 249 (1), 153-161, 2007
Highly variable sperm precedence in the stalk-eyed fly, Teleopsis dalmanni
LS Corley, S Cotton, E McConnell, T Chapman, K Fowler, ...
BMC evolutionary biology 6 (1), 53, 2006
Male mate preference for female eyespan and fecundity in the stalk-eyed fly, Teleopsis dalmanni
AJ Cotton, S Cotton, J Small, A Pomiankowski
Behavioral Ecology 26 (2), 376-385, 2015
A morphological and molecular description of a new Teleopsis species (Diptera: Diopsidae) from Thailand
M Foeldvari, A Pomiankowski, S Cotton, M Carr
Zootaxa 1620, 37-51, 2007
A description of a new species of Diasemopsis (Diptera, Diopsidae) from the Comoro Islands with morphological, molecular and allometric data
M Carr, S Cotton, M Földvári, M Kotrba
Zootaxa 1211 (1), 1-19, 2006
Condition‐dependent mutation rates and sexual selection
S Cotton
Journal of evolutionary biology 22 (4), 899-906, 2009
Comment: On the consequences of sexual selection for fisheries‐induced evolution
D Urbach, S Cotton
Evolutionary applications 1 (4), 645-649, 2008
No detectable fertility benefit from a single additional mating in wild stalk-eyed flies
E Harley, K Fowler, S Cotton
PLoS One 5 (12), 2010
Male mutation bias and possible long‐term effects of human activities
S Cotton, C Wedekind
Conservation biology 24 (5), 1190-1197, 2010
Sexual selection: does condition dependence fail to resolve the ‘lek paradox’?
S Cotton, A Pomiankowski
Current biology 17 (9), R335-R337, 2007
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