Andrea Aspbury
Andrea Aspbury
Senior Lecturer, Texas State University
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Negative effects of habitat drying and prior exploitation on the detritus resource in an ephemeral aquatic habitat
AS Aspbury, SA Juliano
Oecologia 115, 137-148, 1998
Repeatable female preferences, mating order and mating success in the poeciliid fish, Heterandria formosa
AS Aspbury, AL Basolo
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 51, 238-244, 2002
Discriminating males alter sperm production between species
AS Aspbury, CR Gabor
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (45), 15970-15973, 2004
Long-range visibility of greater sage grouse leks: a GIS-based analysis
AS Aspbury, RM Gibson
Animal Behaviour 67 (6), 1127-1132, 2004
Differential Sperm Priming by Male Sailfin Mollies (Poecilia latipinna): Effects of Female and Male Size
AS Aspbury, CR Gabor
Ethology 110 (3), 193-202, 2004
Active formation of mixed–species grouse leks: a role for predation in lek evolution?
RM Gibson, AS Aspbury, LL McDaniel
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2002
Males, but not females, contribute to sexual isolation between two sympatric species of Gambusia
CM Espinedo, CR Gabor, AS Aspbury
Evolutionary Ecology 24, 865-878, 2010
Sperm competition effects on sperm production and expenditure in sailfin mollies, Poecilia latipinna
AS Aspbury
Behavioral Ecology 18 (4), 776-780, 2007
Population genomics reveals a possible history of backcrossing and recombination in the gynogenetic fish Poecilia formosa
L Alberici da Barbiano, Z Gompert, AS Aspbury, CR Gabor, CC Nice
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (34), 13797-13802, 2013
An acute increase in the stress hormone corticosterone is associated with mating behavior in both male and female red-spotted newts, Notophthalmus viridescens
AM Reedy, A Edwards, C Pendlebury, L Murdaugh, R Avery, ...
General and Comparative Endocrinology 208, 57-63, 2014
Non-repeatable mate choice by male sailfin mollies, Poecilia latipinna, in a unisexual-bisexual mating complex
CR Gabor, AS Aspbury
Behavioral Ecology 19 (4), 871-878, 2008
Stressed tadpoles mount more efficient glucocorticoid negative feedback in anthropogenic habitats due to phenotypic plasticity
V Bókony, N Ujhegyi, KÁ Hamow, J Bosch, B Thumsová, J Vörös, ...
Science of the Total Environment 753, 141896, 2021
Do I know you? Species recognition operates within and between the sexes in a unisexual–bisexual species complex of mollies
JM Gumm, R Gonzalez, AS Aspbury, CR Gabor
Ethology 112 (5), 448-457, 2006
Does male behavioral type correlate with species recognition and stress?
JJ Muraco Jr, AS Aspbury, CR Gabor
Behavioral Ecology 25 (1), 200-205, 2014
Roundup™ with corticosterone functions as an infodisruptor to antipredator response in tadpoles
CR Gabor, HR Perkins, AT Heitmann, ZR Forsburg, AS Aspbury
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 114, 2019
Lack of species discrimination based on chemical cues by male sailfin mollies, Poecilia latipinna
AS Aspbury, CM Espinedo, CR Gabor
Evolutionary ecology 24, 69-82, 2010
Differential sperm expenditure by male sailfin mollies, Poecilia latipinna, in a unisexual–bisexual species complex and the influence of spermiation during mating
DM Robinson, AS Aspbury, CR Gabor
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62, 705-711, 2008
Artificial Light at Night Alters the Physiology and Behavior of Western Mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis)
KA Miner, M Huertas, AS Aspbury, CR Gabor
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 9, 617063, 2021
Variation in male sailfin molly, preference for female size: does sympatry with sexual parasites, drive preference for smaller conspecifics?
CR Gabor, R Gonzalez, M Parmley, AS Aspbury
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 64, 783-792, 2010
Body size dependent male sexual behavior in a natural population of sailfin mollies (Poecilia latipinna)
LJS Becker, AS Aspbury, CR Gabor
The American Midland Naturalist 167 (2), 366-372, 2012
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