Publications

 

co-authors: * undergraduate student, ** graduate student, ***high school student


Peacock, J., Covino, R., Irvin, L., Boyd, J., Klug, H., Auchter, J. & Lang, C. 2016. University faculty perceptions and utilization of popular culture in the classroom. Studies in Higher Education.


Reyes, E.*, Thrasher, P.*, Bonsall, M.B., & Klug, H. 2016. Population-level density dependence affects the origin and maintenance of parental care. PLOS One.


Klug, H. 2016. A brief history of mating systems. The Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Biology (ed. R.M. Kilman). vol. 2, pp. 459-464. Oxford: Academic Press


Farnsley, S.**, Kuhajda, B., George, A., & Klug, H. in press. The effect of potential the alarm cue chondroitin sulfate on Northern Studfish (Fundulus catenatus) behavior and its potential use in the conservation of stream fishes. Southeastern Naturalist.


Thrasher, P.*, Reyes, E.*, & Klug, H.. 2015. Parental care and mate choice in the giant water bug Belostoma lutarium. Ethology. published online early (*both authors contributed equally to this work)


Klug, H. 2014. Evolution: students debate the debate (Correspondence in response to Laland et al., Wray et al. 2014. Does evolutionary theory need a rethink? Nature 514:161-164.) Nature. 515:343


Klug, H. & Hicks, P.* 2014. The giant water bug Belostoma lutarium: An ideal system for studies of ecology, evolution, and behavior. Journal of the Tennessee Academy of Science. 89:51-58.


Kokko, H., Klug, H., & Jennions, M.J. 2014. “Mating systems theory,” in The evolution of Insect Mating Systems (eds. Shuker and Simmons). Oxford University Press, Oxford.


Klug, H. & Bonsall, M.B. 2014. The benefits of parental care in relation to increased offspring survival and parental effects on developmental rate. Ecology & Evolution. 4:2330-2351.


Klug, H., Bonsall, M.B., & Alonzo, S.H. 2013. The origin of parental care in relation to male and female life history. Ecology & Evolution 3:779-791.


Klug, H., Bonsall, M.B., & Alonzo, S.H. 2013. Sex differences in life history drive transitions between maternal, paternal, and bi-parental care. Ecology & Evolution. 3:792-806.


Kokko, H., Klug, H., & Jennions, M.D. 2012. Unifying cornerstones of sexual selection: operational sex ratio, Bateman gradient, and the scope for competitive investment. Ecology Letters. 15:1340-1351.


Jennions, M.J, Kokko, H., & Klug, H. 2012. The opportunity to be misled in studies of sexual selection. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 25:591-598.


Kazancioğlu, E. Klug, H, & Alonzo, S.H. 2012. The evolution of social interactions changes predictions about interacting phenotypes. Evolution. DOI: 10.1111/j.1558-5646.2012.01585.x


Alonzo, S.H. & Klug, H. 2012. “Maternity, paternity and parental care” in The Evolution of Parental Care (eds. N.J. Royle, P.T. Smiseth & M. Kölliker). Oxford University Press, Oxford.


Klug, H., Alonzo, S.H. & Bonsall, M.B. 2012. “Theoretical foundations of parental care” in The Evolution of Parental Care (eds. N.J. Royle, P.T. Smiseth & M. Kölliker). Oxford University Press, Oxford.


Klug, H. 2011. Animal mating systems. Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. DOI: 10.1002/9780470015902.a0022553


Bonsall, M.B. & Klug, H. 2011. The evolution of parental care in stochastic environments. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 24:645-655.


Bonsall, M.B. & Klug, H. 2011. Effects of among offspring relatedness on the evolution of parental care. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 24:1335-1350.


Klug, H., Lindström, K. & Kokko, H. 2010. Who to include in measures of sexual selection is no trivial matter. Ecology Letters. 13:1094-1102. PDF


Klug, H., Heuschele, J., Jennions, M.D. & Kokko, H. 2010. The mismeasurement of sexual selection. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 23(3):447-462.  PDF


Klug, H. & Bonsall, M.B. 2010. Life history and the evolution of parental care. Evolution. 64(3):823-835.  PDF


Chin-Baarstad, A.*, Klug, H. & Lindström, K. 2009. Should you eat your offspring before someone else does? Effect of an egg predator on filial cannibalism in the sand goby. Animal Behaviour. 78:203-208.  PDF


Klug, H. 2009. The relationship between filial cannibalism, egg energetic content, and parental condition in the flagfish. Animal Behaviour. 77:1313-1319.  PDF


Klug, H. & Lindström, K. 2008. Hurry up and hatch: selective filial cannibalism of slower developing eggs. Biology Letters. 4:160-162.  PDF


Klug, H., St. Mary. C.M. & Clark, A.M. 2008. Isolation and characterization of microsatellite DNA markers for the flagfish, Jordanella floridae. Conservation Genetics. 9:1677-1678. PDF


Klug, H.,  Kontax, C.I.*, Annis, S.*** & Vasudevan, N.*** 2008. Operational sex ratio affects nest tending and aggression in the flagfish (Jordanella floridae). Journal of Fish Biology. 72:1295-1305. PDF


Klug, H. & Bonsall, M.B. 2007. When to care for, abandon, or eat your offspring: the evolution of parental care and filial cannibalism. American Naturalist. 170:886-901. PDF


Klug, H., Lindström, K., & St. Mary, C.M. 2006. Parents benefit from eating offspring: density-dependent egg survivorship compensates for filial cannibalism. Evolution. 60:2087-2095.  PDF


Klug, H. & St. Mary, C.M. 2005. Reproductive fitness consequences of filial cannibalism in the flagfish, Jordanella floridae. Animal Behaviour. 69:685-691.  PDF


Klug, H., Chin, A. & St. Mary, C.M. 2005. The net effects of guarding on egg survivorship in the flagfish, Jordanella floridae. Animal Behaviour. 69:661-668.  PDF


Sivinski,J., Klug, H., Shapiro, J., Lane, J. & Mankin, R. 2004. Ultraviolet reflectance on the heads and wings of Anastrepha suspensa (Loew) and Ceratitis capitala (Weidemann) (Diptera: Tephritidae). Studia Dipterologica. 11:313-322.   PDF