Polymorphisms are cool. I include some bet-hedging papers here as well, because at least some forms of bet-hedging involve creating different types of offspring.


haiku Gordon, S.P., Kokko, H., Rojas, B., Nokelainen, O. & Mappes, J. 2015. Colour polymorphism torn apart by opposing positive frequency-dependent selection, yet maintained in space. Journal of Animal Ecology 84: 1555–1564.
haiku  pdf Holman, L., Price, T., Wedell, N. & Kokko, H. 2015. Coevolutionary dynamics of polyandry and sex-linked meiotic drive. Evolution 69:709-720.
 pdf Kokko, H., Griffith, S.C. & Pryke, S.R. 2014. The hawk-dove game in a sexually reproducing species explains a colourful polymorphism in an endangered bird. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 281:20141794.
haiku  pdf Starrfelt, J. & Kokko, H. 2012. Bet-hedging – a triple trade-off between means, variances and correlations. Biological Reviews 87:742-755.
haiku  pdf Kokko, H. 2011. Directions in modelling partial migration: how adaptation can cause a population decline and why the rules of territory acquisition matter. Oikos 120: 1826–1837.
haiku Jaatinen, K., Lehtonen, J. & Kokko, H. 2011. Strategy selection under conspecific brood parasitism: an integrative modelling approach. Behavioral Ecology 22:144-155.
Kokko, H. 1997. Evolutionarily stable strategies of age-dependent sexual advertisement. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 41:99-107.

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