Arnqvist, G. & L. Rowe. 2005. Sexual conflict. Princeton University Press.

The past decade has seen a profound change in the scientific understanding of reproduction. The traditional view of reproduction as a joint venture undertaken by two individuals, aimed at replicating their common genome, is being challenged by a growing body of evidence showing that the evolutionary interests of interacting males and females diverge.

Read published reviews in: NatureTrends in Ecology and Evolution, Animal BehaviourJournal of Evolutionary BiologyEvolutionBioScience, and Annals of the Entomological Society of America.


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Refereed Publications

2017 |2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2012-2013 | 2010-2011 | 2008-2009 | 2005-2007 | 2002-2003 | 1995-2001 | 1986-1994


Punzalan D and Rowe L. 2017. Hybridization and lack of prezygotic barriers between Phymata pennsylvanica and americana. Ecological Entomology 42: 210-220. DOI: 10.1111/een.12380


ece32537-fig-0001Punzalan, D. and L. Rowe., 2016. Concordance between stabilizing sexual selection, intraspecific variation, and interspecific divergence in Phymata. Ecology and Evolution. DOI: 10.1002/ece3.2537


De Lisle, S.P. and L. Rowe.  2015. Ecological Character Displacement between the Sexes. The American Naturalist, Vol. 186, pp. 693-707. DOI: 10.1086/683775

Rollinson, N. and L. Rowe. 2015. The positive correlation between maternal size and offspring size: fitting pieces of a life‐history puzzle. Biological Reviews. Camb Philos Soc. doi: 10.1111/brv.12214. [Epub ahead of print]

Rollinson, N. and L. Rowe. 2015. Persistent directional selection on body size and a resolution to the paradox of stasis. Evolution 69(9):2441-51. doi: 10.1111/evo.12753.

Punzalan, D. and L. Rowe. 2015.  Evolution of sexual dimorphism in phenotypic covariance structure in Phymata. Evolution. 69(6):1597-609.  doi: 10.1111/evo.12680

Maklakov, A. A., Rowe, L., & Friberg, U. 2015. bies201500025-blkfxd-0001Why organisms age: Evolution of senescence under positive pleiotropy?. BioEssays.  Article first published online: 21 APR 2015  DOI: 10.1002/bies.201500025


Wilkinson, Gerald S., Felix Breden, Judith E. Mank, Michael G. Ritchie, Andrew Higginson, Jacek Radwan, Julie Jaquiery Walter Salzburger, Elena Arriero, Seth M., Barribeau, Patrick C. Phillips, Suzy C.P. Renn, and Locke Rowe. 2015.  The locus of sexual selection: moving sexual selection studies into the post-genomics era. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28: 739-755. doi:10.1111/jeb.12621.  PDF

De Lisle, S.P. and L. Rowe.  2015. Independent evolution of the sexes promotes amphibian diversification.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282: 20142213. PDF


Cover image A male green frog (Rana clamitans) in Southern Ontario clasps a larger female before mating, in a position known as amplexus.
Photographer: Stephen De Lisle.

De Lisle, S.P. and L. Rowe.  2015. Parasitism and the expression of sexual dimorphism. Ecology and Evolution 5 (4): 961-967. PDF


Baines, C.B., McCauley, S.J. and L. Rowe. 2015. Dispersal depends on body condition and predation risk in the semi‐aquatic insect, Notonecta undulata. Ecology and Evolution 5:2307-16. doi: 10.1002/ece3.1508.

Kwan, L., M. Fris, F.H. Rodd, L. Rowe, L. Tuhela and  T.M. Panhuis. 2015.  An examination of the variation in maternal placentae across the Genus Poeciliopsis (Poeciliidae). Journal of Morphology Published online: 12 MAR 2015. DOI: 10.1002/jmor.20381  PDF

GenBioSexCon_fPerry, J. C. and L. Rowe. 2015.  The evolution of antagonistic phenotypes. In: W. Rice, S. Gavrilets, editors. The Genetics and Biology of Sexual Conflict. New York: Cold Spring Harbor Perspect Biol.  Jun 1;7(6). pii: a017558. doi: 10.1101/cshperspect.a017558. PDF

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Wyman, M. J.  and L. Rowe. 2014. Male bias in distributions of additive genetic, residual, and phenotypic variances of shared traits.  The American Naturalist, 184: 326-337. doi: 10.1086/677310. PDF

Baines, C.B., McCauley, S.J. and L. Rowe. 2014. The interactive effects of competition and predation risk on dispersal in an insect.  Biology Letters 10: 20140287. PDF

Arnqvist, G., Vellnow, N. and L. Rowe. 2014. The effect of epistasis on sexually antagonistic genetic variation.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281: 20140289. PDF

Khila, A., Abouheif, E. and L. Rowe. 2014. Comparative functional analyses of Ultrabithorax reveal multiple steps and paths to diversification of legs in the adaptive radiation of semi‐aquatic insects. Evolution. doi: 10.1111/evo.12444.

De Lisle, S.P. and L. Rowe. 2014. Interactive effects of competition and social environment on the expression of sexual dimorphism. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27: 1069-1077. PDF


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Wyman, M.J., Stinchcombe, J.R. and L. Rowe. 2013. A multivariate view of the evolution of sexual dimorphism. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26: 2070-2080. PDF

De Lisle, S.P. and L. Rowe. 2013. Correlated evolution of allometry and sexual dimorphism across higher taxa. American Naturalist 182: 630-639 PDF

Kwan L., Cheng Y.Y., Rodd F.H. and L. Rowe. 2013. Sexual conflict and the function of genitalic claws in guppies (Poecilia reticulata). Biology Letters 9:20130267. PDF

Long, T.A.F., Rowe, L. and A.F. Agrawal. 2013. The effects of selective history and environmental heterogeneity on inbreeding depression in experimental populations of Drosophila melanogaster. American Naturalist 181: 532-544. PDF

Punzalan, D. and L. Rowe. 2013. Ecological correlates of daily mating frequency in a wild population of ambush bugs. Ecological Entomology 38: 429-432. PDF

Burns, J.G., Svetec, N., Rowe, L., Mery, F., Dolan, M., Boyce, W. and M.B. Sokolowski. 2012. Gene-environment interplay in Drosophila melanogaster: chronic food deprivation in early-life affects adult exploratory and fitness traits. PNAS 109 (S2): 17239-17244. PDF

Khila, A., E. Abouheif and L. Rowe. 2012. Function, developmental genetics, and fitness consequences of a sexually antagonistic trait. Science 336: 585-589. PDF

Long, T.A.F., A. Agrawal and L. Rowe. 2012 The effect of sexual selection on offspring fitness depends on the nature of genetic variation. Current Biology. 22:204-208. PDF

Perry, J. and L. Rowe. 2012. Sex role stereotyping and sexual conflict theory. Animal Behavior 83: E10-E13. PDF

Shärer, L., Rowe, L. and G. Arnqvist. 2012. Anisogamy, chance and the evolution of sex roles. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 27: 260-264. PDF

Clark S.C.A., N.P. Sharp, L. Rowe and A.F. Agrawal. 2012. Relative effectiveness of mating success and sperm competition at eliminating deleterious mutations in Drosophila melanogaster. PLoS One 7: e37351. PDF

Wyman, M., A.D. Cutter and L. Rowe. 2012.  Gene duplication in the evolution of sexual dimorphism. Evolution 66: 1556-1566. PDF

Perry, J. and L. Rowe. 2012. Sexual conflict and antagonistic coevolution across water strider populations. Evolution. 66:544-557. PDF

Rowe, L. and G. Arnqvist. 2012. Sexual selection and the evolution of genital shape and complexity in water striders. Evolution. 66:40-54. PDF


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McCauley, S.J., L. Rowe and M-J. Fortin. 2011. The deadly effects of ‘non-lethal’ predators.  Ecology. 92: 2043–2048. PDF

McGuigan , K., Rowe, L. and M.W. Blows. 2011. Pleiotropy, apparent stabilizing selection and uncovering fitness optima. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 26:22-29. PDF

Dmitriew, C. and L. Rowe. 2011. The effects of larval nutrition on reproductive performance in a food-limited adult environment. PLoS One 6: e17399. PDF

Perry, J.C. and L. Rowe. 2011. Rapid microsatellite development for water striders by next generation sequencing. Journal of Heredity 102:125-129. PDF

Perry, J.C. and L. Rowe. 2010. Condition-dependent ejaculate size and composition in a ladybird beetle. Proceedings of the Royal Society (Lond) B 277: 3639-3647. PDF

Mee, J.A. and L. Rowe. 2010. Distribution of Phoxinus eos, Phoxinus neogaeus, and their asexually-reproducing hybrids (Pisces: Cyprinidae) in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario. PLoS One 5: e13185. PDF

Dmitriew, C., Blows, M.W. and L. Rowe 2010. Ontogenetic change in genetic variance in size depends on growth environment. American Naturalist 175: 640-649. PDF

McCauley, SJ and L. Rowe 2010. Notonecta exhibit threat-sensitive, predator-induced dispersal. Biology Letters 6: 449-452. PDF

Wyman, MJ. Agrawal, A.F. and L. Rowe 2010. Condition-dependence of the sexually dimorphic transcriptome in Drosophila melanogaster.  Evolution 64: 1836-1848. PDF

Punzalan, D, FH Rodd and L. Rowe. 2010. Temporally variable multivariate sexual selection on sexually dimorphic traits in a wild insect population. American Naturalist 175: 401-414. PDF


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Khila, A., E. Abouheif and L. Rowe. 2009. Evolution of a novel appendage ground plan in sater striders is driven by changes in the Hox gene Ultrabithorax. PLoS Genetics. 5:e1000583. PDF

Fricke, C., Perry, J., Chapman, T. and L. Rowe. 2009. The conditional economics of conflict. Biology Letters 5:671-674. PDF

Perry, J.C., Sharpe, D.M.T. and L. Rowe. 2009. Condition-dependent female remating resistance generates sexual selection on male size in a ladybird beetle. Animal Behaviour 77:743-748. PDF

Dmitriew, C., Carroll, J. and L. Rowe. 2009. Effects of early growth conditions on body composition, allometry, and survival in the ladybird beetle Harmonia axyridis. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 87:175-182. PDF

Punzalan D., Cooray, M., Rodd, F.H. and L. Rowe. 2008. Condition dependence of sexually dimorphic colouration and longevity in the ambush bug Phymata americana. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21:1297-1306. PDF

Perry, J.C. and L. Rowe. 2008. Ingested spermatophores accelerate reproduction and increase mating resistance but are not a source of sexual conflict. Animal Behaviour 76:993-1000. PDF

Punzalan D., Rodd F.H. and L. Rowe. 2008. Contemporary sexual selection on sexually dimorphic traits in the ambush bug Phymata americana. Behavioral Ecology 19:860-870. PDF

Perry, J.C. and L. Rowe. 2008. Neither mating rate nor spermatophore feeding influences longevity in a ladybird beetle. Ethology 114:504-511. PDF

Punzalan D., Rodd F.H. and L. Rowe. 2008. Sexual selection mediated by the thermoregulatory effects of male colour pattern in the ambush bug Phymata americana. Proceedings of the Royal Society (Lond) B 275:483-492. PDF

Pitcher, T.E., Rodd, F.H. and L. Rowe. 2008. Female choice and the relatedness of mates in the guppy (Poecilia reticulata). Genetica 134:137-146. PDF


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Cameron, E., Day, T. and L. Rowe. 2007. Sperm competition, sexual conflict and the coevolution of ejaculate composition. American Naturalist 169: E158-E172. PDF

Dmitriew, C. and L. Rowe. 2007. Effects of early resource limitation and compensatory growth on lifetime fitness in the ladybird beetle (Harmonia axyridis). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20:1298-1310. PDF

Fitzpatrick, M.J., Feder, M., Rowe, L. and Sokolowski, MB. 2007. Maintaining polymorphic foraging strategies by frequency-dependent selection on a single gene. Nature 447: 210-212. PDF

Dmitriew, C., Cooray, M. and L. Rowe. 2007. Effects of early resource-limiting conditions on patterns of growth, growth efficiency and immune function in a damselfly (Odonata: Coenagrionidae). Canadian Journal of Zoology. 85: 310-318. PDF

Pitcher, T.E., Rodd, F.H. and L. Rowe. 2007. Sexual coloration and sperm traits in guppies. Journal of Fish Biology 70:165-177. PDF

Rowe, L., Westlake, K. and Currie, D.C. 2006. The functional significance of elaborate secondary sexual traits and their evolution in the water strider Rheumatobates rileyi. Canadian Entomologist 138:568-577. PDF

Williams, P.D., Day, T. Fletcher, Q. and L. Rowe. 2006. The shaping of senescence in the wild. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 21: 458-463. PDF

Mee, J.A. and L. Rowe. 2006. A comparison of parasite loads on asexual and sexual Phoxinus (Pisces: Cyprinidae). Canadian Journal of Zoology 84:808-816. PDF

Rowe, L and T. Day. 2006. Detecting sexual conflict and sexually antagonistic coevolution. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. 361: 277-285. PDF

Bonduriansky, R. and L. Rowe. 2005. Intralocus sexual conflict and the genetic architecture of sexually dimorphic traits in Prochyliza xanthostoma (Diptera: Piophilidae). Evolution. 59:1965-1975. PDF

Rowe, L., E. Cameron. and T. Day. 2005. Escalation and retreat during sexually antagonistic coevolution. American Naturalist. 165(S5): 5-18. PDF

Dmitriew, C. and L. Rowe. 2005. Resource limitation, predation risk and compensatory growth in a damselfly. Oecologia 142:150-154. PDF

Bonduriansky, R. and L. Rowe. 2005. Sexual selection, genetic architecture, and the condition dependence of body size and shape in the sexually dimorphic fly Prochyliza xanthostoma (Piophilidae). Evolution 59: 138-151. PDF

Bonduriansky, R., Wheeler, J. and L. Rowe. 2005. Ejaculate feeding expedites oviposition and increases female fecundity in the sexually dimorphic fly Prochyliza xanthostoma (Diptera: Piophilidae). Animal Behaviour. 69: 489-497. PDF

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Rowe, L., Cameron, E. and Day, T. 2003. On detecting sexually antagonistic coevolution with population crosses. Proceedings of the Royal Society (Lond) B 270:2009-2016. PDF

Bonduriansky, R. and L. Rowe. 2003. Interactions among mechanisms of sexual selection in the sexually dimorphic fly Prochyliza xanthostoma (Diptera: Piophilidae). Evolution 57:2046-2053. PDF

Lorch, P, Proulx, S. Rowe, L. and T. Day. 2003. Condition dependent sexual selection accelerates adaptation by natural selection. Evolutionary Ecology Research 5:867-881. PDF

Cameron, E. Day, T. and L. Rowe. 2003. Sexual conflict and indirect benefits. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 16:1055-1060. PDF

Pitcher, T.E., Neff, B.D., Rodd, F.H. and L. Rowe. 2003. Multiple mating and sequential mate choice in guppies: females trade up. Proceedings of the Royal Society (Lond) B 270:1623-1624. PDF

Otigosa, A. and L. Rowe 2003. The role of mating history and male size in determining mating behaviours and sexual conflict in a water strider. Animal Behaviour. 65:851-858. PDF

Bolker, B., Holyoak, M., Rowe, L. and O. Schmitz, 2003. Connecting theoretical and empirical studies of trait mediated interactions. Ecology 84: 1101-1114. PDF

Luttbeg, B., Rowe, L. and M. Mangel. 2003. State and experimental design affect the relative sizes of trait-mediated and density-mediated indirect effects. Ecology 84:1140-1150. PDF

Chapman, T., G. Arnqvist, J. Bangham. and L. Rowe. 2003. Sexual conflict. Trends in Ecology and  Evolution.18:41-47. PDF

Houle, D. and L. Rowe. 2003. Natural selection in a bottle. American Naturalist 161:50-67. PDF

Proulx, S., T. Day. and L. Rowe. 2002. Older males signal more reliably. Proceedings of the Royal Society (Lond) B 269: 2291-2300. PDF

Otigosa, A. and L. Rowe. 2002. The effect of hunger on mating behaviour and sexual selection for large male size in Gerris buenoi. Animal Behaviour 64:369-375. PDF

Arnqvist, G. and L. Rowe. 2002. Correlated evolution of male and female morphologies in water striders.  Evolution 56:936-947. PDF

Rowe, L. and G. Arnqvist. 2002. Sexually antagonistic coevolution in a mating system: combining experimental and comparative approaches to address evolutionary processes. Evolution 56: 754-767. PDF

Arnqvist, G. and L. Rowe. 2002. Antagonistic coevolution between the sexes in a group of insects. Nature 415: 787-789. PDF

Day, T. and L. Rowe. 2002. Developmental thresholds and the evolution of reaction norms for age and size at life history transitions. American Naturalist 159: 338-350. PDF

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Rowe, L. and J.S. Richardson. 2001. Community responses to experimental food depletion: resource tracking by stream invertebrates. Oecologia 129: 473-480. PDF

Johansson, F., Stoks, R., Rowe, L. and De Block, M. 2001. Life history plasticity in a damselfly: effects of combined time and biotic constraints. Ecology 82:1857–1869. PDF

Sokolovska, N., Rowe, L. and Johansson, F. 2000.  Fitness and body size in mature odonates. Ecological Entomology 25:239-248. PDF

Westlake, K.P., Rowe, L. and Currie, D.C. 2000. Phylogeny of the water strider genus Rheumatobates (Heteroptera: Gerridae).  Systematic Entomology 25:125-144. PDF

Tseng, M. and L. Rowe. 1999. Sexual dimorphism and allometry in the giant water strider, Gigantometra gigas. Canadian Journal of Zoology 77: 923-9. PDF

Westlake, K.P. and L. Rowe. 1999. Developmental costs of male sexual modifications in the water strider Rheumatobates rileyiCanadian Journal of Zoology 77:917-923. PDF

Johansson, F. and L. Rowe. 1999. Life history and behavioral responses to time constraints in a damselfly. Ecology 80:1242-1252 **(106 ISI Citations). PDF

Rowe, L., Repasky, D. and A.R. Palmer. 1997. Size-dependent asymmetry: fluctuating asymmetry vs antisymmetry and its relevance to condition-dependent signaling.  Evolution 51:1401-1408. PDF

Arnqvist, G., R. Thornhill. and L. Rowe. 1997. Evolution of animal genitalia: morphological correlates of fitness components in a water strider. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 10:613-640. PDF

Rowe, L. and Houle. D. 1996. The lek paradox and the capture of genetic variance by condition dependent traits. Proceedings of the Royal Society (Lond) B 263:1415-1421. PDF

Rowe, L., Krupa, J.J. and Sih, A. 1996. An experimental test of condition-dependent mating behaviour and habitat use  of a water strider in the wild.  Behavioral Ecology  7: 474-479. PDF

Rowe, L. and Arnqvist, G.  1996  Analysis of the causal components of assortative mating in water striders. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology  38: 279-286. PDF

Abrams, P.A. and L. Rowe.  1996. The effects of predation on the age and size at maturity of prey. Evolution  50: 1052-1061. PDF

Arnqvist, G., Rowe, L., Krupa, J.J. and Sih, A. 1996. Assortative mating in water striders: a meta-analysis of patterns.  Evolutionary Ecology 10:265-284. PDF

Arnqvist, G. and L. Rowe. 1995. Sexual conflict and arms races between the sexes: a morphological adaptation for control of mating in a female insect. Proceedings of the Royal Society (Lond) B 261:123-127. PDF

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Rowe, L. 1994. The costs of mating and mate choice in water striders. Animal Behaviour 48:1049-1056. PDF

Rowe, L., Arnqvist, G., Krupa, J. and Sih, A. 1994. Sexual conflict and the evolutionary ecology of mating patterns: water striders as a model system. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 9:289-293. PDF

Rowe, L., Ludwig, D. and Schluter, D. 1994. Time, condition and the seasonal decline of avian clutch size. American Naturalist 143: 698-722. PDF

Rowe, L. 1992. Convenience polyandry in a water strider: foraging conflicts and female control of copulation frequency and guarding duration. Animal Behaviour 44: 189-202. PDF

Schluter, D., Price, T. and L. Rowe. 1991 Conflicting selection pressures and life history trade-offs. Proceedings of the Royal Society (Lond) B. 246:11-14. PDF

Rowe, L. and Ludwig, D. 1991. Size and timing of metamorphosis in complex life cycles: time constraints and variation. Ecology 72: 413-427. PDF

Ludwig, D. and L. Rowe. 1990. Life history strategies for energy gain and predator avoidance under time constraints. American Naturalist 135:696-707. PDF

Bernard, D., Neill, W.E. and L. Rowe. 1990. Impact of mild acidification on short-term invertebrate drift in a sensitive British Columbia stream. Hydrobiologia 203: 63-72. PDF

Rowe, L. 1990. The impact of acidification on macroinvertebrates. In: Biological effects of changes in surface water acid-base chemistry. State of Science/Technology Report 13. National Acid Precipitation Assessment Program. Washington D.C.

Rowe, L. and Scudder, G.G.E. 1990. Reproductive rate and longevity in the water strider Gerris buenoiCanadian Journal of Zoology  68:399-402. PDF

Rowe, L., Hollett, L., Berrill, M. and Hall, R.J. 1989. The effects of short-term pH depressions on molting, mortality and major ion concentrations in the mayflies Stenonema femoratum and Leptophlebia cupida.  Hydrobiologia 184:89-97. PDF

Rowe, L. and Berrill, M. 1989. The life cycles of five closely related mayfly species (Ephemeroptera: Heptageniidae) coexisting in a small southern Ontario stream pool. Aquatic Insects 11: 73-80. PDF

Rowe, L., Hudson, J. and Berrill, M. 1988. Hatching of mayfly eggs at low pH. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 45: 1649-1652. PDF

Rowe, L., Berrill, M. and Hollett, L. 1988. The influence of season and pH on mortality, molting and whole body ion concentrations in nymphs of the mayflies Stenonema femoratum and Leptophlebia cupida. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 90A:405-408. PDF

Berrill, M., Rowe, L. Hollett, L. and Hudson, J. 1987. Response of some aquatic benthic arthropods to low pH. Annals of the Royal Zoological Society of Belgium 117:117-128.

Hollett, L., Berrill, M., and L. Rowe. 1986. Variation in major ion concentration of Cambarus robustus and Orconectes rusticus following exposure to low pH. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and  Aquatic  Sciences 43: 2040-2044. PDF


Some Funded Manuscripts of Lab Members
A selection of papers my students have written independently. 

Perry J.C. 2011. Mating stimulates female feeding: testing the implications for the evolution of nuptial gifts. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24: 1727-36. PDF

Dmitriew, C.  2011. The evolution of growth trajectories: what limits growth rate? Biological Reviews 86: 97-116. PDF

Vamosi S.M. 2005. Interactive effects of larval host and competition on adult fitness: an experimental test with seed beetles (Coleoptera : Bruchidae). Functional Ecology 19: 859-864. PDF

Bonduriansky, R., and Brassil, C.E. 2005. Reproductive ageing and sexual selection on male body size in a wild population of antler flies (Protopiophila litigata). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 18: 1332. PDF

Neff B.D., Pitcher T.E. 2005. Genetic quality and sexual selection: an integrated framework for good genes and compatible genes. Molecular Ecology 14: 19-38. PDF

Morrow E.H., and Pitcher T.E. 2003. Sexual selection and the risk of extinction in birds. Proceedings of the Royal Society (Lond) B 270: 1793-1799. PDF

Bonduriansky, R. and C. Brassil. 2002. Rapid and costly ageing in wild male flies. Nature 420:377. PDF

Tseng, M. 2003. Life history responses of a mayfly to seasonal constraints and predation risk. Ecological Entomology 28:119-123. PDF

Bonduriansky, R. 2001. The evolution of male mate choice in insects: a synthesis of ideas and evidence. Biological Reviews 76:305-339. PDF


Some non-refereed publications

Day, T., Houle, D. and L. Rowe. 2006. Comment on Roughgarden. Science 312: 691. PDF

Bennett, A., D. Currie & L. Rowe L. 2006. Special issue honouring Geoffrey G.E. Scudder – Foreword. Canadian Entomologist 138: VII-VIII. PDF

Chapman, T., G. Arnqvist, J. Bangham and L. Rowe. 2003. Response to Eberhard and Cordero, and Córdoba-Aguilar and Contreras-Garduño: sexual conflict and female choice. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18: 440-441. PDF