Predation, parasitism, mutualism . . . You name it, species interactions are interesting.
|Harts, A., Kristensen, K. & Kokko, H. 2016. Predation can select for later and more synchronous arrival times in migrating species. Oikos 125:1528-1538.|
Entries by different coauthors:
Tits here, dunnocks there
Fly off for diversity
Sex won’t do it all
How much morph sires be?
When sex and death oppose thee.
Up to frequency!
I thought I am cute
Females thought I am too rare
Where are all my eggs?
|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.|
|Mappes, J., Kokko, H., Ojala, K. & Lindström, L. 2014. Seasonal changes in predator community switch the direction of selection for prey defenses. Nature Communications 5:5016.|
|Harmer, A.M.T., Kokko, H., Herberstein, M.E. & Madin, J.S. 2012. Optimal web design in sub-optimal foraging conditions. Naturwissenschaften 99:65-70.|
|Heubel, K.U., Rankin, D.J. & Kokko, H. 2009. How to go extinct by mating too much: Population consequences of male mate choice and efficiency in a sexual-asexual species complex. Oikos 118:513-520.|
|Kokko, H., Heubel, K. & Rankin, D.J. 2008. How populations persist when asexuality requires sex: the spatial dynamics of coping with sperm parasites. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 275: 817-825.|
|Rankin, D.J., López-Sepulcre, A., Foster, K.R. & Kokko, H. 2007. Species-level selection reduces selfishness through competitive exclusion. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20:1459-1468.|
|Foster, K.R. & Kokko, H. 2006. Cheating can stabilise cooperation in mutualisms. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 273:2233-2239.|
|Kokko, H., Mappes, J. & Lindström, L. 2003. Alternative prey can change model-mimic dynamics between parasitism and mutualism. Ecology Letters 6:1068-1076.|
|Kokko, H. & Ruxton, G. D. 2000. Breeding suppression and predator-prey dynamics. Ecology 81:252-260.|