Publications

Rojas, B.‡, Burdfield-Steel, E.‡, Pakkanen, H., Suisto, K., Maczka, M., Schulz, S. & Mappes, J. How to fight multiple enemies: target-specific chemical defences in an aposematic moth. (‡Equal contribution). Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 2017 284 20171424

Shuker, D.M. & Burdfield-Steel, E.R. (2017), Reproductive interference in insects. Ecological Entomology, 42: 65–75. doi:10.1111/een.12450

Burdfield-Steel, E.R., Auty, S. & Shuker, D.M. (2015) Do the benefits of polyandry scale with outbreeding? Behavioral Ecology, 26 (5): 14231431.

Dougherty, L.R., Rahman, I.A., Burdfield-Steel, E.R., Greenway, E.V. & Shuker, D.M. (2015) Experimental reduction of intromittent organ length reduces male reproductive success in a bug. Proceedings of the Royal Society, Series B.

Shuker, D.M., Currie, N., Hoole, T. & Burdfield-Steel, E.R. (2015) The extent and costs of reproductive interference among four species of true bug. Population Ecology.

Burdfield-Steel, E.R. & Shuker, D.M. (2014) Mate-guarding in a promiscuous insect: species discrimination influences reproductive interference in seed bugs. Evolutionary Ecology, 28:1031–1042.

Burdfield-Steel, E.R. & Shuker, D.M. (2014) The evolutionary ecology of the Lygaeidae. Ecology & Evolution, 4:2278-2310.

Burdfield-Steel, E.R., Dougherty, L.R., Smith, L.A., Collins, L.A. & Shuker, D.M. (2013) Variation in social and sexual behaviour in four species of aposematic seed bugs (Hemiptera: Lygaeidae): The role of toxic and non-toxic food. Behavioural Processes, 99: 52– 6.

†Dougherty, L.R., †Burdfield-Steel, E.R. & Shuker, D.M. (2013) Sexual stereotypes: the case of sexual cannibalism. Animal Behaviour, 85: 313-322. († Equal contribution)

Truelove, N.K., Burdfield-Steel, E., Griffiths, S., Ley-Cooper, K., Preziosi, R., Butler, M.J., Behringer, D.C., Box, S. & Canty, S. (2012) Genetic Connectivity of Caribbean Spiny Lobster (Panulirus argus) in Belize. Proc. Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Inst. 64: 464-467.

Burdfield-Steel, E.R. & Shuker, D.M. (2011) Reproductive interference. Current Biology, 21: R450-451.

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