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29. Immonen, E., Rönn, J., Watson, C., Berger, D. and Arnqvist, G. 2016. Complex mitonuclear interactions and metabolic costs of mating in male seed beetles. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29, 360-370. LINK doi: 10.1111/jeb.12789

30. Johansson, F., Richter-Boix, A. and Gomez-Mestre, I. 2016. Morphological consequences of developmental plasticity in Rana temporaria are not accommodated into among-population or among-species variation 2016. Evolutionary Biology 43, 242-256. LINK doi: 10.​1007/​s11692-015-9363-2

31. Johansson, M. P., Quintela, M. and Laurila, A. 2016. Genetic divergence and isolation by thermal environment in geothermal populations of an aquatic invertebrate. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29, 1701-1712. LINK doi: 10.1111/jeb.12902

32. Johansson, M. P., Ermold, F., Kristjánsson, B. K. and Laurila, A. 2016. Divergence of gastropod life history in contrasting thermal environments in a geothermal lake. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29, 2043-2053. LINK doi: 10.1111/jeb.12928

33. Kardos, M., Husby, A., McFarlane, S.E., Qvarnström, A. and Ellegren, H. 2016. Whole-genome resequencing of extreme phenotypes in collared flycatchers highlights the difficulty of detecting quantitative trait loci in natural populations. Molecular Ecology Resources 16, 727-741. LINK doi: 10.1111/1755-0998.12498

34. Kozma, R., Melsted, P., Magnússon, K.P. and Höglund, J. 2016. Looking into the past - the reaction of three grouse species to climate change over the last million years using whole genome sequences. Molecular Ecology 25, 570-580. LINK doi: 10.1111/mec.13496

35. Lamichhaney, S., Fan, G., Widemo, F., Gunnarsson, U., Schwochow Thalmann, D., Hoeppner, M.P., Kerje, S., Gustafson, U., Shi, C., Zhang, H., Chen, W., Liang, X., Huang, L., Wang, J., Liang, E., Wu, Q., Ming-Yuen Lee, S., Xu, X., Höglund, J., Liu, X., and Andersson, L. 2016. Structural genomic changes underlie alternative reproductive strategies in the ruff (Philomachus pugnax). Nature Genetics  48, 84-88. LINK doi:10.1038/ng.3430

36. Li, X., Dong, F., Lei, F., Alström, P., Zhang, R., Ödeen, A., Fjeldså, J., Ericson, P. G. P., Zou, F. and Yang, X. 2016. Shaped by uneven Pleistocene climate: mitochondrial phylogeographic pattern and population history of white wagtail Motacilla alba (Aves: Passeriformes). Journal of Avian Biology 47, 263-274. LINK doi: 10.1111/jav.00826

37. Lind, M.I., Zwoinska, M.K., Meurling, S., Carlsson, H. and Maklakov, A.A. 2016. Sex-specific tradeoffs with growth and fitness following life-span extension by rapamycin in an outcrossing nematode, Caenorhabditis remanei. Journal of Gerontology A 71, 882-890. LINK doi: 10.1093/gerona/glv174

38. Liu, Y., Chen, G., Huang, Q., Jia, C., Carey, G., Leader, P., Li, Y., Zou, F., Yang, X., Olsson, U. and Alström, P. 2016. Species delimitation of the white-tailed rubythroat Calliope pectoralis complex (Aves, Muscicapidae) using an integrative taxonomic approach. Journal of Avian Biology 47, 899-910. LINK doi:10.1111/jav.01015

39. Maklakov, A. A. and Immler, S. 2016. The expensive germline and the evolution og againg. Current Biology 26, R577-R586. LINK doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2016.04.012

40. Maklakov, A. A. And Friberg, U. 2016. Ageing: why males curtail the longevity of their mates. Current Biology 26, R929-R932. LINK doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2016.09.023

41. Meyer-Lucht, Y., Mulder, K.P., James, M.C., McMahon, B.J., Buckley, K., Piertney. S.B. and Höglund, J. 2016. Adaptive and neutral genetic differentiation among Scottish and endangered Irish red grouse (Lagopus lagopus scotica) Conservation Genetics 17, 615-630. LINK doi: 10.1007/s10592-016-0810-0

42. McFarlane, S. E., Sirkiä, P. M., Ålund, M. and Qvarnström, A. 2016. Hybrid dysfunction expressed as elevated metabolic rate in male Ficedula flycatchers. PLoS ONE 11, e0161547. LINK doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0161547

43. McFarlane, S.E., Söderberg, A., Wheatcroft, D. and Qvarnström, A. 2016. Song discrimination by nestling collared flycatchers during early development. Biology Letters 12, 20160234. LINK doi: 10.1098/rsbl.2016.0234

44. Mikolajewski, D.J., Scharnweber, K., Jiang, B., Leicht, S., Mauersberger, R. and Johansson, F. 2016. Changing the habitat: the evolution of intercorrelated traits to escape from predators. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29, 1394-1405. LINK doi: 10.1111/jeb.12879

45. Mills, J.A. plus 60 authors (including Gustafsson, L.) 2016. Solutions for archiving data in long-term studies: a reply to Whitlock et al. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31, 85-87. LINK doi: 10.1016/j.tree.2015.12.004

46. Olsson, U., Rguibi-Idrissi, H., Copete, J.L., Arroyo Matos, J.L., Provost, P., Amezian, M., Alström, P. and Jiguet, F. 2016. Mitochondrial phylogeny of the Eurasian/African reed warbler complex (Acrocephalus, Aves). Disagreement between morphological and molecular evidence and cryptic divergence: A case for resurrecting Calamoherpe ambigua Brehm 1857. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 102, 30-44. LINK doi: 10.1016/j.ympev.2016.05.026

47. Orizaola, G. and Laurila, A. 2016. Developmental plasticity increases at the northern range margin in a warm-dependent amphibian. Evolutionary Applications 9, 471-478. LINK doi: 10.1111/eva.12349

48. Orizaola, G., Richter-Boix, A. and Laurila, A. 2016. Transgenerational effects and impact of compensatory responses to changes in breeding phenology on antipredator defenses. Ecology 97, 2470-2478. LINK doi: 10.1002/ecy.1464

49. Outomuro, D., Ángel-Giraldo, P., Corral-Lopez, A. and Realpe, E. 2016. Multitrait aposematic signal in Batesian mimicry. Evolution 70, 1596-1608. LINK doi: 10.1111/evo.12963

50. Outomuro, D., Söderquist, L., Nilsson-Örtman, V., Cortázar-Chinarro, M., Lundgren, C. and Johansson, F. 2016. Antagonistic natural and sexual selection on wing shape in a scrambling damselfly. Evolution 70, 1582-1595. LINK doi: 10.1111/evo.12951

51. Pekar, H., Westerberga, E., Bruno, O., Lääne, A., Persson, K.M., Sundström, L.M., Thim, A.M. 2016. Fast, rugged and sensitive ultra high pressure liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry method for analysis of cyanotoxins in raw water and drinking water - First findings of anatoxins, cylindrospermopsins and microcystin variants in Swedish source waters and infiltration ponds. Journal of Chromatography A 1429, 265-276. LINK doi: 10.1016/j.chroma.2015.12.049

52. Qvarnström, A., Ålund, M., McFarlane, S.E. and Sirkiä, P.M. 2016. Climate adaptation and speciation: particular focus on reproductive barriers in Ficedula flycatchers. Evolutionary Applications 9, 119-134. LINK doi: 10.1111/eva.12276

53. Rönnegård, L., McFarlane, S.E., Husby, A., Kawakami, T., Ellegren, H., Qvarnström, A. 2016. Increasing the power of genome wide association studies in natural populations using repeated measures - evaluation and implementation. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7, 792-799. LINK doi: 10.1111/2041-210X.12535

54. Rózsa, J., Strand, T.M., Montadert, M., Kozma, R. and Höglund, J. 2016. Effects of a range expansion on adaptive and neutral genetic diversity in dispersal limited Hazel grouse (Bonasa bonasia) in the French Alps. Conservation Genetics 17, 401-412. LINK doi: 10.1007/s10592-015-0792-3

55. Rybinski, J., Sirkiä, P. M., McFarlane, S. E., Vallin, N., Wheatcroft, D., Ålund, M. and Qvarnström, A. 2016. Competition-driven build-up of habitat isolation and selection favoring modified dispersal patterns in a young avian hybrid zone. Evolution 70, 2226–2238. LINK doi: 10.1111/evo.13019

56. Sæther, B.-E., Grøtan, V., Engen, S., Coulson, T., Grant, P.R., Visser, M.E., Brommer, J.E., Grant, B.R., Gustafsson, L., Hatchwell, B.J., Jerstad, K., Karell, P., Pietiäinen, H., Roulin, A., Røstad, O.W. and Weimerskirch, H. 2016. Demographic routes to variability and regulation in bird populations. Nature Communications 7, 12001. LINK doi:10.1038/ncomms12001

57. Sagebakken, G., Ahnesjö, I. and Kvarnemo, C. 2016. Costs and benefits to pregnant male pipefish caring for broods of different sizes. PLoS ONE 11, e0156484. LINK doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0156484

58. Sandblom, E., Clark, T.D., Gräns, A., Ekström, A., Brijs, J., Sundström, L.F., Odelström, A., Adill, A., Aho, T. and Jutfelt, F. 2016. Physiological constraints to climate warming in fish follow principles of plastic floors and concrete ceilings. Nature Communications 7, 11447. LINK doi: 10.1038/ncomms11447

59. Sandblom, E., Ekström, A., Brijs, J., Sundström, L. F., Jutfelt, F., Clark, T. D., Adill, A., Aho, T. and Gräns, A. 2016. Cardiac reflexes in a warming world: thermal plasticity of barostatic control and autonomic tones in a temperate fish. Journal of Experimental Biology 219, 2880-2887. LINK doi: 10.1242/jeb.140319

60. Sangster, G., Alström, P., Forsmark, E. and Olsson, U. 2016. Niltavinae, a new taxon of Old World flycatchers (Aves: Muscicapidae). Zootaxa 4196, 428-429. LINK doi: 10.11646/zootaxa.4196.3.7       

61. Sayadi, A., Immonen, E., Bayram, H. and Arnqvist, G. 2016. The de novo transcriptome and its functional annotation in the seed beetle Callosobruchus maculatus. PLoS ONE 11, e0158565. LINK doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0158565

62. Shafer, A.B.A. plus 30 authors (including Höglund, J.) 2016. Reply to Garner et al. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31, 83-84. LINK doi: 10.1016/j.tree.2015.11.010

63. Shu, L., Laurila, A., Suter, M. J.-F. and Räsänen, K. 2016. Molecular phenotyping of maternally mediated parallel adaptive divergence within Rana arvalis and Rana temporaria. Molecular Ecology 25, 4564-4579. LINK doi: 10.1111/mec.13786

64. Smeds, L., Mugal, C.F., Qvarnström, A. and Ellegren, H. 2016. High-resolution mapping of crossover and non-crossover recombination events by whole-genome re-sequencing of an avian pedigree. PLoS Genetics 12, e1006044. LINK doi: 10.1371/journal.pgen.1006044

65. Smeds, L., Qvarnström, A. and Ellegren, H. 2016. Direct estimate of the rate of germline mutation in a bird. Genome Research 26, 1211-1218. LINK doi: 10.1101/gr.204669.116

66. Sniegula, S., Golab, M.J. and Johansson, F. 2016. Time constraint effects on phenology and life history synchrony in a damselfly along a latitudinal gradient. Oikos 125, 414-423. LINK doi: 10.1111/oik.02265

67. Sniegula, S., Golab, M.J., Drobniak, S.M. and Johansson, F. 2016. Seasonal time constraints reduce genetic variation in life-history traits along a latitudinal gradient. Journal of Animal Ecology 85, 187-198. LINK doi: 10.1111/1365-2656.12442

68. Sniegula, S., Golab, M.J. and Johansson, F. 2016. A large-scale latitudinal pattern of life-history traits in a strictly univoltine damselfly. Ecological Entomology 41, 459-472. LINK doi: 10.1111/een.12314

69. Song, G., Zhang, R., Qu, Y., Wang, Z., Dong, L., Kristin, A., Alström, P., Ericson, P. G. P., Lambert, D. M., Fjeldså, J. and Lei, F. 2016. A zoogeographical boundary between the Palaearctic and Sino-Japanese realms documented by consistent north/south phylogeographical divergences in three woodland birds in eastern China. Journal of Biogeography 43, 2099-2112. LINK doi:10.1111/jbi.12758

70. Stervander, M., Alström, P., Olsson, U., Ottosson, U., Hansson, B. And Bensch, S. 2016. Multiple instances of paraphyletic species and cryptic taxa revealed by mitochondrial and nuclear RAD data for Calandrella larks (Aves: Alaudidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 102, 233-245. LINK doi: 10.1016/j.ympev.2016.05.032

71. Sudyka, J., Arct, A., Drobniak, S., Gustafsson, L. and Cichoń, M. 2016. Longitudinal studies confirm faster telomere erosion in short-lived bird species. Journal of Ornithology 157, 373-375. LINK

72. Sundin, J., Rosenqvist, G., Myhren, S. and Berglund, A. 2016. Algal turbidity hampers ornament perception, but not expression, in a sex-role-reversed pipefish. Ethology 122, 215-225. LINK doi: 10.1111/eth.12461

73. Sundström, L.F., Lõhmus, M. and Devlin, R.H. 2106. Gene-environment interactions influence feeding and anti-predator behavior in wild and transgenic coho salmon. Ecological Applications 26, 67-76. LINK doi: 10.1890/15-0252

74. Suzuki, T.N., Wheatcroft, D. and Griesser, M. 2016. Experimental evidence for compositional syntax in bird calls. Nature Communications 7, 10986. LINK doi: 10.1038/ncomms10986

75. Tsuboi, M., Kotrschal, A., Hayward, A., Buechel, S.D., Zidar, J., Løvlie, H. and Kolm, N. 2016. Evolution of brain–body allometry in Lake Tanganyika cichlids. Evolution 70, 1559-1568. LINK doi: 10.1111/evo.12965

76. Tsuboi, M., Shoji, J., Sogabe, A., Ahnesjö, I. and Kolm, N. 2016. Within species support for the expensive tissue hypothesis: a negative association between brain size and visceral fat storage in females of the Pacific seaweed pipefish. Ecology and Evolution 6, 647-655. LINK doi: 10.1002/ece3.1873

77. Vaugoyeau, M. plus 75 more authors (including Gustafsson, L.) 2016. Interspecific variation in the relationship between clutch size, laying date and intensity of urbanization in four species of hole-nesting birds. Ecology and Evolution 6, 5907-5920. LINK doi: 10.1002/ece3.2335

78. Votier, S. C., Aspinall, S., Bearhop, S., Bilton, D., Newton, J., Alström, P., Leader, P., Carey, G., Furnes, R. W. and Olsson, U. 2016. Stable isotopes and mtDNA reveal niche segregation but no evidence of intergradation along a habitat gradient in the Lesser Whitethroat complex (Sylvia curruca; Passeriformes; Aves). Journal of Ornithology 157, 1017. LINK doi:10.1007/s10336-016-1351-5

79. Wheatcroft, D., Gallego-Abenza, M. and Qvarnström, A. 2016. Species replacement reduces community participation in avian antipredator groups. Behavioral Ecology 27, 1499-1506. LINK doi: 10.1093/beheco/arw074

80. Zajitschek, F., Zajitschek, S.R.K., Canton, C., Georgolopoulos, G., Friberg, U. and Maklakov, A.A. 2016. Evolution under dietary restriction increases male reproductive performance without survival cost. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283, 20152726. LINK doi: 10.1098/rspb.2015.2726        

81. Zhang, Z., Wang, X., Huang, Y., Olsson, U., Martinez, J., Alström, P. and Lei, F. 2016. Unexpected divergence and lack of divergence revealed in continental Asian Cyornis flycatchers (Aves: Muscicapidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 94, 232-241. LINK doi: 10.1016/j.ympev.2015.08.024

82. Zhao, M., Alström, P., Olsson, U., Qu, Y. and Lei, F. 2016. Phylogenetic position of the Wallcreeper Tichodroma muraria. Journal of Ornithology 157, 913-918. LINK doi:

83. Zwoinska, M.K., Lind, M.I., Cortazar-Chinarro, M., Ramsden, M. and Maklakov, A.A. 2106. Selection on learning performance results in the correlated evolution of sexual dimorphism in life history. Evolution 70, 342-357. LINK doi: 10.1111/evo.12862

84. Mautz, B. and Ålund, M. 2016. The phenotype linked fertility hypothesis. In V. A. Weekes-Shackelford & T. K. Shackelford (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science (pp. 1–4). Springer International Publishing. LINK

Publications 1970-2015


1. Alström, P., Jønsson, K.A., Fjeldså, J., Ödeen, A., Ericson, P.G.P. and Irestedt, M. 2015. Dramatic niche shifts and morphological change in two insular bird species. Royal Society Open Science 2, 140364. LINK doi: 10.1098/rsos.140364

2. Amcoff, M. and Kolm, N. 2015. Multiple male sexual signals and female responsiveness in the swordtail characin, Corynopoma riisei. Environmental Biology of Fishes 98, 1731-1740. LINK doi: 10.1007/s10641-015-0388-2

3. Arnqvist, G. and Rowe, L. 2015. The shape of preference functions and what shapes them: a comment on Edward. Behavioral Ecology 26, 325. LINK doi: 10.1093/beheco/aru200

4. Arnqvist, G., Sayadi, A., Immonen, E., Hotzy, C., Rankin, D., Tuda, M., Hjelmen, C. E. and Spencer Johnston, J. 2015. Genome size correlates with reproductive fitness in seed beetles. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282, 20151421. LINK doi: 10.1098/rspb.2015.1421

5. Björklund, M. and Gustafsson, K. 2015. The stability of the G-matrix: the role of spatial heterogeneity. Evolution 69, 1953-1958. LINK doi: 10.1111/evo.12703

6. Björklund, B., Aho, T. and Behrmann-Godel, J. 2015. Isolation over 35 years in a heated biotest basin causes selection on MHC class IIß genes in the European perch (Perca fluviatilis L.). Ecology and Evolution 5, 1440-1455. LINK doi: 10.1002/ece3.1426

7. Björklund, M., Borras, A., Cabrera, J. and Senar, J.C. 2015. Increase in body size is correlated to warmer winters in a passerine bird as inferred from time series data. Ecology and Evolution 5, 59-72. LINK doi: 10.1002/ece3.1323

8. Bolund, E., Hayward, A., Pettay, J.E. and Lummaa, V. 2015. Effects of the demographic transition on the genetic variances and covariances of human life-history traits. Evolution 69, 747-755. LINK doi: 10.1111/evo.12598

9. Bruckner, T.A., Helle, S., Bolund, E., Lummaa, V. 2015 Culled males, infant mortality and reproductive success in a pre-industrial Finnish population. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282, 20140835. LINK doi: 10.1098/rspb.2014.0835

10. Chen, Y.-C., Harrison, P.W., Kotrschal, A., Kolm, N., Mank, J.E., Panula, P. 2015. Expression change in Angiopoietin-1 underlies changes in relative brain size in fish. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282, 20150872. LINK doi: 10.1098/rspb.2015.0872 

11. Crossin, G.T., Sundström, L.F., Vanderstee, W.E., Devlin, R.H. 2015. Early life-history consequences of growth-hormone transgenesis in rainbow trout reared in stream ecosystem mesocosms. PLoS One 10, e0120173. LINK doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0120173

12. Cunha, M., Berglund, A. and Monteiro, N.M. 2015.The intrinsically dynamic nature of mating patterns and sexual selection. Environmental Biology of Fishes 98, 1047-1058. LINK doi: 10.1007/s10641-014-0338-4

13. Devlin, R.H., Sundström, L.F. and Leggatt, S.A. 2015. Assessing ecological and evolutionary consequences of growth-accelerated genetically engineered fishes. BioScience 65, 685-700. LINK doi: 10.1093/biosci/biv068

14. Evans, S.R. and Sheldon, B.C. 2015. Colour in a new light: a spectral perspective on the quantitative genetics of carotenoid colouration. Functional Ecology 29, 96-103. LINK doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.12297

15. Faulks, L., Svanbäck, R., Ragnarsson-Stabo, H., Eklöv, P. and Östman, Ö. 2015. Intraspecific niche variation drives abundance-occupancy relationships in freshwater fish communities. American Naturalist 186, 272-283. LINK doi: 10.1086/682004

16. Faulks, L., Svanbäck, R., Eklöv, P., Östman, Ö. 2015. Genetic and morphological divergence along the littoral–pelagic axis in two common and sympatric fishes: perch, Perca fluviatilis (Percidae) and roach, Rutilus rutilus (Cyprinidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 114, 929-940. LINK doi: 10.1111/bij.12452

17. Fritzsche, K. and Arnqvist, G. 2015. The effects of male phenotypic condition on reproductive output in a sex role-reversed beetle. Animal Behaviour 102, 209-215. LINK doi:10.1016/j.anbehav.2015.01.025

18. Goenaga, J., Yamane, T., Rönn, J. and Arnqvist, G. 2015. Within-species divergence in the seminal fluid proteome and its effect on male and female reproduction in a beetle. BMC Evolutionary Biology 15, 266. LINK doi: 10.1186/s12862-015-0547-2

19. Goncalves, I.B., Mobley, K.B., Ahnesjö, I., Sagebakken, G., Jones, A.G. and Kvarnemo, C. 2015. Effects of mating order and male size on embryo survival in a pipefish. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 114, 639-645. LINK doi: 10.1111/bij.12441

20. Goncalves, I.B., Ahnesjö, I. and Kvarnemo, C. 2015. Embryo oxygenation in pipefish brood pouches: novel insights. Journal of Experimental Biology 218, 1639-1646. LINK doi: 10.1242/​jeb.120907

21. Goncalves, I.B., Ahnesjö, I. and Kvarnemo, C. 2015. The evolutionary puzzle of egg size, oxygenation and parental care in aquatic environments. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282, 20150690. LINK doi: 10.1098/rspb.2015.0690

22. Griesser, M., Halvarsson, P., Drobniak, S.M. and Vilà, C. 2015. Fine-scale kin recognition in the absence of social familiarity in the Siberian jay, a monogamous bird species. Molecular Ecology 24, 5726-5738. LINK doi: 10.1111/mec.13420

23. Höglund, J., Saether, S.A., Fiske, P., Wheatcroft, D. and Kålås, J.K. 2015. A hybrid snipe Gallinago gallinago × G. media found in the wild. Journal of Ornithology 156, 819-827. LINK doi: 10.1007/s10336-015-1154-0

24. Höglund, J., Wengström, Å, Rogell, B. and Meyer-Lucht, Y. 2015. Low MHC variation in isolated island populations of the Natterjack toad (Bufo calamita). Conservation Genetics 16, 1007-1010. LINK doi: 10.1007/s10592-015-0715-3

25. Husby, A., Kawakami, T., Rönnegård, L., Smeds, L., Ellegren, H. and Qvarnström, A. 2015.Genome-wide association mapping in a wild avian population identifies a link between genetic and phenotypic variation in a life-history trait. Proceedings of the Royal Society B LINK doi: 10.1098/rspb.2015.0156

26. Jelic, M., Arnqvist, G., Kurbalija Novicic, Z., Kenig, B., Tanaskovic, M., Andelkovic, M. and Stamenkovic-Radak, M. 2015. Sex-specific effects of sympatric mitonuclear variation on fitness in Drosophila subobscura. BMC Evolutionary Biology 15, 135. LINK doi: 10.1186/s12862-015-0421-2.

27. Jones, E.P. and Searle, J.B. 2015. Differing Y chromosome versus mitochondrial DNA ancestry, phylogeography, and introgression in the house mouse. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 115, 348-361. LINK doi: 10.1111/bij.12522

28. Klinga, P., Mikolás, M., Zhelev, P., Höglund, J. and Paule, L. 2015. Genetic differentiation of western capercaillie in the Carpathian Mountains: the importance of post glacial expansions and habitat connectivity. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 116, 873-889. LINK doi: 10.1111/bij.12643

29. Kokko, H., Booksmythe, I. and Jennions, M.D. 2015. Mate-sampling costs and sexy sons. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28, 259-266. LINK doi: 10.1111/jeb.12532

30. Kotrschal, A., Buechel, S.D., Zala, S.M., Corral-Lopez, A., Penn, D.J. and Kolm, N. 2015. Brain size affects female but not male survival under predation threat. Ecology Letters 18, 646-652. LINK doi: 10.1111/ele.12441

31. Kotrschal, A., Corral-López, A., Amcoff, M. and Kolm, N. 2015. A larger brain confers a benefit in a spatial mate search learning task in male guppies. Behavioral Ecology 26, 527-532. LINK  doi: 10.1093/beheco/aru227

32. Kotrschal, A., Corral-López, A., Zajitschek, S., Immler, S., Makklakov, A.A. and Kolm, N. 2015. Positive genetic correlation between brain size and sexual traits in male guppies artificially selected for brain size. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28, 841-850. LINK doi: 10.1111/jeb.12608

33. Kurbalija Novičić, Z., Immonen, E., Jelić, M., AnÐelković, M., Stamenković-Radak, M. and Arnqvist, G. 2015. Within-population genetic effects of mtDNA on metabolic rate in Drosophila subobscura. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28 338-346. LINK doi:10.1111/jeb.12565

34. Liao, Y.-F., Faulks, L.K. and Östman, Ö. 2015. Stress tolerance and population stability of rock pool Daphnia in relation to local conditions and population isolation. Hydrobiologia 742, 267-278. LINK doi: 10.1007/s10750-014-1990-6

35. Liess, A., Guo, J., Lind, M. I. and Rowe, O. 2015. Cool tadpoles from Arctic environments waste fewer nutrients – high gross growth efficiencies lead to low consumer-mediated nutrient recycling in the North. Journal of Animal Ecology 84, 1744-1756. LINK doi: 10.1111/1365-2656.12426

36. Lind, M.I., Berg, E.C., Alavioon, G. and Maklakov, A.A. 2015. Evolution of differential maternal age effects on male and female offspring development and longevity. Functional Ecology 29, 104-110. LINK doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.12308

37. Lind, M.I., Yarlett, K., Reger, J., Carter, M.J. and BEckermam, A.P. 2015. The alignment between phenotypic plasticity, the major axis of genetic variation and the response to selection. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282, 20151651. LINK doi: 10.1098/rspb.2015.1651

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8. Doncaster, C.P., Clobert, J., Doligez. B., Gustafsson, L. & Danchin, E. 1997. Balanced dispersal between spatially varying local populations; an alternative to the source-sink model. The American Naturalist 150, 425-445.

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10. Björklund, M. and Merilä, J. 1997. Why some measures of fluctuating asymmetry are so sensitive to measurement error. Annales Zoologici Fennici 34, 133-137.

11. Merilä, J., Björklund, M. and Baker, A.J. 1997. Historical demography and present day population structure of the Greenfinch, Carduelis chloris - An analysis of mtDNA control-region sequences. Evolution 51, 946-956.

12. Björklund, M. 1997. Are 'comparative methods' always necessary? Oikos 80, 607-612.

13. Pärt, T. and Qvarnström, A. 1997. Badge size in collared flycatchers predicts outcome of male competition over territories. Animal Behaviour 54, 893-899.

14. Berglund, A. Rosenqvist, G. and Bernet, P. 1997. Ornamentation predicts reproductive success in female pipefish. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 40, 140-145.

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2. Ahnesjö, I. 1996. Apparent resource competition among embryos in the brood pouch of a male pipefish. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 38, 167-172.

3. Kvarnemo, C and Ahnesjö, I. 1996. The dynamics of operational sex ratios and competition for mates. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 11, 404-408.

4. Petersson, E., Järvi,T., Steffner, N.G. & Ragnarsson, B. 1996. The effect of domestication on some life history traits of sea trout (Salmo trutta) and Atlantic salmon (S. salar). Journal of Fish Biology 48, 776-791.

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6. Petersson, E. & Sivinski, J. 1996. Attraction of a kleptoparasitic sphaerocerid fly (Norrbomia frigipennis) to dung beetles (Phaneus sp. and Canthon sp.; Scarabaeidae). Journal of Insect Behavior 9, 695-708.

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12. Björklund, M. 1996. The importance of evolutionary constraints in ecological time scales. Evolutionary Ecology 10, 423-431.

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14. Merilä, J., Björklund, M. and Baker, A.J. 1996. The successful founder: Genetics of introduced Carduelis chloris (greenfinch) populations in New Zealand. Heredity 77, 410-422.

15. Berglund, A., Bisazza, A. and Pilastro, A. 1996. Armaments and ornaments: an evolutionary explanation of traits of dual function. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 58, 385-399.

16. Fuller, R. and Berglund, A. 1996. Behavioral responses of a sex role reversed pipefish to a gradient of perceived predation risk. Behavioral Ecology 7, 69-75.

17. Dufva, R. & Allander, K. 1996. Variable effects of the Hen Flea Ceratophyllus gallinae on the breeding success of the Great tit Parus major in relation to weather conditions . Ibis 138, 772-777.

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1. Svensson, B. G. and Petersson, E. 1995. Diurnal and seasonal variations in swarming and mating behaviour of the dancefly Empis borealis (Diptera; Empididae). Annales Zoologici Fennici 32, 403-409.

2. Nilsson, A.N. and Svensson, B.W. 1995. Assemblages of dytiscid predators and culicid prey in relation to environmental factors in natural and clear-cut north boreal wet spruce forest pools. Hydrobiologia 308, 183-196.

3. Ahnesjö, I. 1995. Temperature affects male and female potential reproductive rates differently in a sex-role reversed pipefish. Behavioral Ecology 6, 229-233.

4. Petersson, E. 1995. Male load-lifting capacity and mating success in the swarming caddisfly Athripsodes cinereus. Physiological Entomology 200, 66-70.

5. Merilä, J., Björklund, M. and Bennett, G.F. 1995. Geographic and individual variation in haematozoan infections in the greenfinch, Carduelis chloris. Canadian Journal of Zoology 73, 1798-1804.

6. Gustafsson, L., Qvarnström, A. & Sheldon, B. C. 1995. A trade-off between a life-history and a secondary sexual trait. Nature 375, 311-313.

7. Andersson, M. & Gustafsson, L. 1995. Glycosylated haemoglobin: a new measure of condition in birds. Proceedings of the Royal Society series B 260, 299-303.

8. Fitzpatrick, S., Berglund, A. and Rosenqvist, G. 1995. Ornaments or offspring: costs to reproductive success restrict sexual selection processes. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 55, 251-260.

9. Vincent, A., Berglund, A., and Ahnesjö, I. 1995. Reproductive ecology of five pipefish species in one eelgrass meadow. Environmental Biology of Fishes 44, 347-361.

10. Berglund, A. 1995. Many mates make male pipefishes choosy. Behaviour 132, 213-218.

11. Dufva, R. & Allander, K. 1995. Intraspecific variation in plumage coloration reflects immune response in great tit (Parus major) males. Functional Ecology 9, 785-789.

12. Petersson, E. and Järvi, T. 1995. Evolution of morphological traits in sea trout (Salmo trutta) parr (0+) through sea-ranching. Nordic Journal of Freshwater Research 70, 62-67.

13. BARNARD P. 1995. Timing of ornament growth, phenotypic variation, and size dimorphism in two promiscuous African whydahs (Ploceidae: Vidua). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 55, 129-141.

14. EVANS M & BARNARD P. 1995. Variable sexual ornaments in scarlet-tufted malachite sunbirds (Nectarinia johnstoni) on Mount Kenya. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 54, 371-381.

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1. Nilsson, A.N. and Svensson, B.W. 1994. Dytisicid predators and culicid prey in two boreal snowmelt pools differing in temperature and duration. Annales Zoologici Fennici 31, 365-376.

2. Svensson, B. G. and Petersson E. 1994. Mate choice tactics and swarm size: a model and a test in a dance fly. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 35, 161-168.

3. Löfstedt, C.,Hansson, B., Petersson, E. & Valeur. 1994. Pheromonal secretions from glands on the 5th abdominal sternite of Trichoptera belonging to the Hydropsychidae and Rhyacophilidae families. Journal of Chemical Ecology 20, 153-170.

4. OAKES EJ & BARNARD P. 1994. Fluctuating asymmetry and mate choice in paradise whydahs, Vidua paradisaea: an experimental manipulation. Animal Behaviour 48, 937-943.

5. Petersson, E. & Hasselrot, A.T.G. 1994. Mating and nectar feeding in the psychomyiid caddis fly Tinodes waeneri. Aquatic Insects 16, 177-187.

6. Sohonen, J., Alatalo, R.V. & Gustafsson, L. 1994. Morphology and foraging ecology of wintering tits (Parus spp.) in Fennoscandia. Proceedings of the Royal Society series B 256, 113-118.

7. Wiggins, D., Gustafsson, L. & Pärt, T. 1994. Seasonal decline in avian reproductive success: experiments on timing and clutch size in the collared flycatcher. Oikos 70, 359-364.

8. Wiggins, D.A., Pärt, T. & Gustafsson, L. 1994. Correlates of clutch desertion by female collared flycatchers Ficedula albicollis. Journal of Avian Biology 25, 93-97.

9. Gustafsson, L., Nordling, D. Andersson, M.S., Sheldon, B. C. & Qvarnström, A. 1994. Infectious diseases, reproductive effort and the cost of reproduction in birds. Philosophical Transaction of the Royal Society Series B 346, 323-331.

10. Alatalo, R. V., Gustafsson, L. & Lundberg,. 1994. Male coloration and species recognition in sympatric flycatchers. Proceedings of the Royal Society series B 256, 113-118.

11. Gustafsson, L. & Märilä, J. 1994. Foster parent experiments reveals no common environment effect on external morphology in the collared flycatcher. Heredity 73, 124-129.

12. Vincent, A., Ahnesjö, I., and Berglund, A. 1994. Operational sex ratios and behavioural sex differences in a pipefish population. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 34, 435-442.

13. Björklund, M. 1994. The independent contrast method in comparative biology. Cladistics 10, 425-433.

14. Björklund, M. 1994. Phylogenetic relationships among Charadriiformes – reanalysis of previous data. The Auk 111, 825-832.

15. Björklund, M. 1994. Species selection on organismal integration. Journal of Theoretical Biology 171, 427-430.

16. Björklund, M. 1994. Processes generating marcoevolutionary patterns of morphological variation in birds – a simulation study. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 7, 727-742.

17. Björklund, M. 1994. Allometric relations in three species of finches (Aves, Fringillidae). Journal of Zoology 233, 657-668.

18. Merilä, J., Björklund, M. and Gustafsson, L. 1994. Evolution of moprhological differences with moderate genetic correlations among traits as exemplified by two flycatcher species (Ficedula, Muscicapidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 52, 19-30.

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20. Wiggins, D., Gustafsson, L. & Pärt, T. 1994. Desertion in the collared flycatcher condition and an experiment. Journal of Avian Biology 25, 93-97.

21. Bennet, G. F., Siikamäki, P., Rätti, O., Allander, K., Gustafsson, L. and Squires-Parson, D. 1994. Trypanosomes of some Fennoscandian birds. Memorias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz 89, 531-537.

22. Berglund, A. 1994. The operational sex ratio influences choosiness in a pipefish. Behavioral Ecology 5, 254-258.

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2. Gullefors, B. & Petersson, E. 1993. Sexual dimorphism in relation to swarming and pair formation patterns in leptocerid caddisflies (Trichoptera: Leptoceridae). Journal of Insect Behavior 6, 563-577.

3. Petersson, E. & Järvi, T. 1993. Differences in reproductive traits between sea-ranched and wild sea-trout (Salmo trutta) orginating from a common stock. Nordic Journal of Freshwater Research 68, 91-97.

4. Björklund, M. and Linden, M. 1993. Sexual size dimorphism in the Great tit (Parus major) in relation to history and current selection. J.Evol. Biol. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 6, 397-415.

5. Merilä, J. & Gustafsson, L. 1993. Inheritance of size and shape in a natural population of collared flycatchers Ficedula albicollis. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 6, 375-395.

6. Schluter, D. & Gustafsson, L. 1993. Maternal inheritance of condition and clutch size in the collared flycatcher. Evolution 47, 658-667.

7. Björklund, M., and Merilä, J. 1993. Morphological differentiation in Carduelis finches – adaptive vs constraint models. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 6, 359-373.

8. Björklund, M. 1993. Phenotypic variation in growth trajectories in finches. Evolution 47, 1506-1514.

9. Mayer, I., Rosenqvist, G., Borg, B., Ahnesjö, I., Berglund, A. and Schulz, R.W. 1993. Plasma levels of sex steroids in three species of pipefish (Syngnathidae). Canadian Journal of Zoology 71, 1903-1907.

10. Berglund, A. and Rosenqvist, G. 1993. Selective males and ardent females in pipefishes. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 32, 331-336.

11. Berglund, A., Magnhagen, C., Bisazza, A. and König, B. 1993. Female-female competition over reproduction. Behavioral Ecology 4, 184-187.

12. Berglund, A. 1993. Risky sex: male pipefishes mate at random in the presence of a predator. Animal Behaviour 46, 169-175.

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1. Svensson, B.W. 1992. Changes in occupancy, niche breadth and abundance of three Gyrinus species as their respective range limits are approached. Oikos 63, 147-156.

2. Tengö, J., Sick, M., Ayasse ,M., Engels, W., Svensson, B. G., Lubke, G. and Franke, M. 1992. Species specificity of Dufour's gland morphology and volatile secretions in cleptoparasitic Sphecodes bees (Hymenoptera: Halictidae). Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 20, 351-362.

3. Svensson, B. G. and Petersson, E. 1992. Why insects swarm: testing the models for lek mating systems on swarming Empis borealis. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 31, 253-261.

4. Ahnesjö, I. 1992. Consequences of male brood care: weight and number of newborn in a sex-role reversed pipefish. Functional Ecology 6, 274-281.

5. Ahnesjö, I. 1992. Fewer newborn result in superior juveniles in the paternally brooding pipefish Syngnathus typhle. Journal of Fish Biology 41, 53-63.

6. Gelter, H., Gustafsson, L. & Tegelström, H. 1992. Hybrid fertility according to Haldane's rule confirmed by hatching success and DNA fingerprinting between Ficedula hypoleuca and F. albicollis. Ibis 134, 2-68.

7. Pärt,T., Gustafsson,L. & Moreno, J. 1992. Terminal investment and a sexual conflict in the collared flycatcher. The American Naturalist 140, 868-882.

8. Gustafsson, L., Lindén, M. & Pärt, T. 1992. Selection of fledgling mass in the collared flycatcher and the great tit. Ecology 73, 336-343.

9. Gustafsson, L. 1992. The evolution of behavioural ecology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 7, 170.

10. Björklund, M. Möller, AP, Sundberg, J., and Westman, B. 1992. Female great tits, Parus major, avoid extra-pair copulation attempts. Animal Behaviour 43, 691-693.

11. Björklund, M. 1992. Selection of bill size proportions in the common rosefinch (Carpodacus erythrinus). The Auk 109, 637-642.

12. Berglund, A. 1992. Parental care: why, who and how much? Book review of The evolution of Parental Care by T. H. Clutton-Brock. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 7, 67-68.

13. Vincent, A., Ahnesjö, I., Berglund, A. and Rosenqvist, G. 1992. Pipefishes and seahorses: are they all sex role reversed? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 7, 237-241.

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1. Svensson, B.W. 1991. Morphological variation in Gyrinus sericeolimbatus Reg. in New Guinea and description of a new Gyrinus species (Coleoptera: Gyrinidae). Systematic Entomology 16, 499-514.

2. Johansson, A., Nilsson, A.N and Svensson, B.W. 1991. Larval morhology, habitat and distribution of Limnephilus diphyes (Trichoptera, Limnephilidae). Entomologisk Tidskrift 112, 19-25.

3. Janzon, L.-Å., Svensson, B. G. and Erlandsson, S. 1991. Catalogus Insectorum Sueciae. Hymenoptera, Apoidea: 3. - Megachilidae, Anthophoridae and Apidae. Entomologisk Tidskrift 112, 93-99.

4. Appelgren, M., Bergström G., Svensson B. G. and Cederberg B. 1991. Marking pheromones of Megabombus bumble bee males. Acta Chemica Scandinavica 45, 972-974.

5. Petersson, E. 1991. Effects of remating on the fecundity and fertility of female caddis flies, Mystacides azurea. Animal Behaviour 41, 813-818.

6. Gustafsson, L. & Pärt, P. 1991. Interspecific relations between collared and pied flycatchers. Proceedings of the International Ornithological Congress 20, 1425-1431.

7. Moreno, J., Gustafsson, L., Carlsson, A. & Pärt, T. 1991. The cost of incubation in relation to clutch size in the collared flycatcher. Ibis 133, 86-193.

8. Björklund, M. 1991. Coming of age in Fringillid birds – heterochrony in the ontogeny of secondary sexual characters. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 4, 83-92.

9. Björklund, M. 1991. Evolution, phylogeny, sexual dimorphism and mating system in the grackles (Quiscalus spp, Icterinae). Evolution 45, 608-621.

10. Björklund, M. 1991. Patterns of morphological variation among Cardueline finches (Fringillidae, Carduelinae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 43, 239-248.

11. Berglund, A. 1991. Egg competition in a sex-role reversed pipefish: subdominant females trade reproduction for growth. Evolution 45, 770-774.

12. Berglund, A. 1991. To change or not to change sex: a comparison between two Ophryotrocha species (Polychaeta). Evolutionary Ecology 5, 128-135.

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2. Svensson, B. G., Erlandsson, S and Janzon, L.-Å. 1990. Catalogus Insectorum Sueciae. Hymenoptera, Apoidea: 2. Andrenidae and Halictidae. Entomologisk Tidskrift 111, 47-52.

3. Petersson, E. 1990. Age-assortative mating patterns in two swarming caddisfly species (Trichoptera; Leptoceridae). Journal of Insect Behavior 3, 797-803.

4. Petersson, E. 1990. Male age, copulation duration and insemination success in Mystacides azurea (Trichoptera; Leptoceridae). Ethology 85, 156-162.

5. Gustafsson, L. & Pärt, T. 1990. Acceleration of senescence in the collared flycatcher by reproductive costs. Nature 347, 279-281.

6. Alatalo, R. V., Eriksson, D., Gustafsson, L. & Lundberg, A. 1990. Male secondary sexual plumage colour and risk of hybridization in Collared and Pied Flycatchers, Ficedula spp. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 3, 375-389.

7. Alatalo, R. V., Gustafsson, L. & Lundberg, A. 1990. Phenotypic selection on heritable size traits: environmental variance and genetic response. The American Naturalist 135, 464-471.

8. Björklund, M. 1990. Mate choice is not important for emale reproductive success in the common rosefinch (Carpodacus erythrinus). The Auk 107, 35-44.

9. Björklund, M. 1990. A phylogenetic interpretation of sexual dimorphism in body size and ornamnet in relation to mating system in birds. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 3, 171-183.

10. Björklund, M. 1990. Nest failures in the scarlet rosefinch Carpodacus erythrinus. Ibis 132, 613-617.

11. Berglund, A. and Rosenqvist, G. 1990. Male limitation of female reproductive success in a pipefish: effects of body size differences. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 27, 129-133.

12. Berglund, A. 1990. Sequential hermaphroditism and the size-advantage hypothesis: an experimental test. Animal Behaviour 39, 426-433.

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2. Svensson, B. G., Petersson, E. and Forsgren, E. 1989. Why do males of the dance fly Empis borealis refuse to mate? The importance of female age and size. Journal of Insect Behavior 2, 387-395.

3. Petersson, E. 1989. Swarming activity patterns and seasonal decline in adult size in some caddis flies (Trichoptera: Leptoceridae). Aquatic Insects 11, 17-28.

4. Petersson, E. 1989. Age-associated male mating success in three swarming caddis fly species (Leptoceridae; Trichoptera). Ecological Entomology 14, 335-340.

5. Alatalo, R. V., Gustafsson, L. & Lundberg, A. 1989. Extra-pair paternity and heritability estimates of tarsus length in pied and collared flycatchers. Oikos 56, 54-58.

6. Pärt, T. & Gustafsson, L. 1989. Causes and consequences of breeding dispersal in the Collared Flycatcher Ficedula albicollis. Journal of Animal Ecology 58, 305-320.

7. Björklund, M. 1989. Male contests in the scarlet rosefinch (Carpodacus erythrinus) in relation to asymmetries in resource holding power and pairing status. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 25, 137-140.

8. Björklund, M. 1989. Is the absence of first-year males on breeding ground in the scarlet rosefinch related to a male-biased sex ratio? Animal Behaviour 38, 1081-1083.

9. Björklund, M. 1989. Microgeographic variation in the song of the scarlet rosefinch Carpodacus erythrinus. Ornis Scandinavica 20, 255-264.

10. Björklund, M., Westman, B., and Allander, K. 1989. Song in the Swedish great tit – intrasexual or intersexual communication? Behaviour 111, 257-269.

11. Berglund, A., G. Rosenqvist, and I. Svensson. 1989. Reproductive success of females limited by males in two pipefish species. The American Naturalist 133, 506-516.

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2. Svensson, B. G. and Petersson, E. 1988. Non-random mating in the dance fly Empis borealis: the importance of male choice. Ethology 79, 307-316.

3. Erlandsson, S., Janzon, L.-Å. and Svensson, B. G. 1988. Catalogus Insectorum Sueciae: Hymenoptera, Apoidea: I. Colletidae and Melittidae. Entomologisk Tidskrift 109, 161-163.

4. Larsson, K., Forslund, P. Gustafsson, L. & Ebbinge B. 1988. From the High arctic to the Baltic: the successful establishment of a Barnacle Goose population Branta leucopsis on Gotland. Ornis Scandinavica 19, 182-189.

5. Gustafsson, L. 1988. Inter- and intraspecific competition for nest holes in a population of the Collared Flycatcher Ficedula albicollis. Ibis 130, 38672.

6. Gustafsson, L. and Sutherland W.J. 1988. The cost of reproduction in the collared flycatcher Ficedula albicollis. Nature 335, 813-817.

7. Gustafsson, L. 1988. Avian genetics and evolution. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 3, 245-246.

8. Gustafsson, L. 1988. Foraging behaviour of individual Coal Tits Parus ater in relation to their age, sex and morphology. Animal Behaviour 36, 696-704.

9. Berglund, A., G. Rosenqvist, and I. Svensson. 1988. Multiple matings and paternal brood care in the pipefish Syngnathus typhle. Oikos 51, 184-188.

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2. Svensson, B.W. 1987. Structure and vocalizations of display flights in the Broad-billed Sandpiper (Limicola falcinellus). Ornis Scandinavica 18, 47-52.

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4. Solem, J.O. & Petersson, E. 1987. Demonstration of sex pheromones and adult behaviour in Molanna angustata Curtis (Molannidae, Trichoptera). Entomologia Generalis 12, 115-118.

5. Gustafsson, L. 1987. Interspecific competition lowers fitness in the Collared Flycatcher Ficedula albicollis: an experimental demonstration. Journal of Animal Ecology 68, 291-296.

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2. Björklund, M., and Westman, B. 1986. Mate guarding in the great tit – tactics of a territorial forest-living species. Ornis Scandinavica 17, 99-105.

3. Alatalo, R. V., Gustafsson, L. & Lundberg, A. 1986. Do females prefer older males in polygynous bird species? The American Naturalist 127, 241-245.

4. Gustafsson, L. 1986. Lifetime reproductive success and heritability: empirical support for Fisher's fundamental theorem. The American Naturalist 128, 761-764.

5. Alatalo, R. V., Gustafsson, L. & Lundberg, A. 1986. Interspecific competition and niche changes in Tits (Parus spp.): evaluation of nonexperimental data. The American Naturalist 127, 819-834.

6. Berglund, A. 1986. Sex change by a polychaete: effects of social and reproductive costs. Ecology 67, 837-845.

7. Berglund, A., G. Rosenqvist, and I. Svensson. 1986. Reversed sex roles and parental energy investment in zygotes of two pipefish (Syngnathidae) species. Marine Ecology (Progress Series) 29, 209-215.

8. Berglund, A., G. Rosenqvist, and I. Svensson. 1986. Mate choice, fecundity and sexual dimorphism in two pipefish species (Syngnathidae). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 19, 301-307.

9. Berglund, A., and G. Rosenqvist. 1986. Reproductive costs in the prawn Palaemon adspersus: effects on growth and predator vulnerability. Oikos 46, 349-354.

1. Bergström, G., Appelgren, M., Svensson, B. G., Ågren, L., Descoins, C., Frerot, B., Gallois, M. and Lettere, M. 1985. Marking pheromones of Megabombus sylvarum (L.) and M. ruderarius (Muller). Apidologie 16, 57-68.

2. Svensson, B.W. 1985. Local extinction and reimmigration of whirligig beetles (Col. Gyrinidae). Ecology 66, 1837-1848.

3. Berglund, A. 1985. Different reproductive success at low salinity determines the estuarine distribution of two Palaemon prawn species. Holarctic Ecology: Ecology in the Holarctic Region 8, 49-52.

4. Gustafsson L., & Nilsson S. G. 1985. Clutch size and breeding success of Pied and Collared Flycatchers Ficedula spp. in nest-boxes of different sizes. Ibis 127, 380-385.

5. Alatalo, R. V., Gustafsson, L., Lindén, M. & Lundberg, A. 1985. Interspecific competition and niche shifts in Tits and the Goldcrest: an experiment. Journal of Animal Ecology 54, 977-984.

6. Alatalo, R. V., Gustafsson, L., Lundberg, A., & Ulfstrand S. 1985. Habitat shift of the Willow Tit Parus montanus in the absence of the Marsh Tit Parus palustris. Ornis Scandinavica 16, 121-128.

1. Svensson, B. G. and Janzon, L.-Å. 1984. Why does the hoverfly Metasyrphus corollae (F.) migrate? Ecological Entomology 9, 329-335.

2. Svensson, B. G., Appelgren, M. and Bergström, G. 1984. Geranyl-geranyl acetate and 2-heptadecanone as the dominant marking secretion components of the labial glands in Alpigenobombus wurfleini. Nova acta Regiae Societatis Scientiarum Upsaliensis 3, 145-147.

3. Cederberg, B., Svensson, B. G., Bergström, G. and Appelgren, M. 1984. Marking pheromones in North European cuckoo bumble bees, Psithyrus (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Nova acta Regiae Societatis Scientiarum Upsaliensis 3, 161-166.

4. Descoins, C., Frerot, B., Gallois, M., Lettere, M., Bergström, G., Appelgren, M., Svensson, B. G. and Ågren, L. 1984. Identification des composés de la phéromone de marquage produite par les glandes labiales des males de Megabombus pascuorum (Scopoli) (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Nova acta Regiae Societatis Scientiarum Upsaliensis 3, 149-152.

5. Janzon, L.-Å. and Svensson, B. G. 1984. Aculeate Hymenoptera from a sandy area on the island of Öland, Sweden. Nova acta Regiae Societatis Scientiarum Upsaliensis 3, 181-188.

6. Alatalo, R. V., Gustafsson, L. & Lundberg, A. 1984. High frequency of cuckoldry in Pied and Collared Flycatchers. Oikos 42, 41-47.

7. Alatalo, R. V., Gustafsson, L. & Lundberg, A. 1984. Why do young passerine birds have shorter wings than older birds? Ibis 126, 410-415.

8. Berglund, A. 1984. Reproductive adaptations in two Palaemon prawn species with differing habitat requirements. Marine Ecology (Progress Series) 17, 77-83.

1. Björklund, M., and Westman, B. 1983. Extra-pair copulations in the pied flycatcher, Ficedula hypoleuca. A removal experiment. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 13, 271-275.

2. Berglund, A., and U. Lagercrantz. 1983. Genetic differentiation in populations of two Palaemon prawn species at the Atlantic east coast: does gene flow prevent local adaptation? Marine Biology 77, 49-57

1. Johansson, I., Svensson, B. G., Tengö, J. and Bergström, G. 1982. Systematic relationship of Halictinae bees based on the pattern of macrocyclic lactones in the Dufour gland secretion. Insect Biochemistry 12, 161-170.

2. Ågren, L. and Svensson, B. G. 1982. Flagellar sensilla of Sphecodes bees (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Zoologica Scripta 11, 45-54.

3. Alatalo, RV, Lundberg, A., and Björklund, M. 1982. Can the song of male birds attract other males? An experiment with the pied flycatcher Ficedula hypoleuca. Bird Behaviour 4, 42-45.

4. Alatalo, R. V., Gustafsson, L. & Lundberg, A. 1982. Hybridization and breeding success of Collared and Pied Flycatchers on the island of Gotland. The Auk 99, 285-291.

5. Berglund, A. 1982. Coexistence, size overlap and population regulation in tidal vs. non-tidal Palaemon prawns. Oecologia 54, 1-7.

1. Bergström, G., Svensson, B. G., Appelgren, M. and Groth, I. 1981. Complexity of bumble bee marking pheromones: biochemical, ecological and systematical interpretations. I: Howse, P. E. and Clément, J.-L. (red.): Biosystematics of Social Insects. Sidorna 175-183. Academic Press, London & New York.

2. Berglund, A. 1981. Sex dimorphism and skewed sex ratios in the prawn species Palaemon adspersus and P. squilla. Oikos 36, 158-162.

3. Berglund, A., and J. Bengtsson. 1981. Biotic and abiotic factors determining the distribution of two prawn species: Palaemon adspersus and P. squilla. Oecologia 49, 300-304.

1. Svensson, B. G. 1980. Patrolling behaviour of bumble bee males (Hymenoptera, Apidae) in a subalpine/alpine area, Swedish Lapland. Zoon 7, 67-94.

2. Berglund, A. 1980. Niche differentiation between two littoral prawns in Gullmar Fjord, Sweden: Palaemon adspersus and P. squilla. Holarctic Ecology: Ecology in the Holarctic Region 3, 111-115.

1. Svensson, B. G. 1979. Pyrobombus lapponicus auct., in Europe recognized as two species: P. lapponicus (Fabricius, 1793) and P. monticola (Smith, 1849) (Hymenoptera, Apoidea, Bombinae). Entomologica Scandinavica 10, 275-296.

2. Svensson, B. G. 1979. Social bees and wasps (Ins.: Hymenoptera, Apidae and Vespidae) from the estuary of the river Ängerån, Sweden. Fauna Norrlandica 3, 1-5.

3. Svensson, B. G. and Bergström, G. 1979. Marking pheromones of Alpinobombus males. Journal of Chemical Ecology 5, 603-615.

4. Ågren, L., Cederberg, B. and Svensson, B. G. 1979. Changes with age in ultrastructure and pheromone content of male labial glands in some bumble bee species (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Zoon 7, 1-14.

1. Svensson, B.W. 1978. Clutch dimensions and aspects of the breeding strategy of the Chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs) in Northern Europe - a study based on egg collections. Ornis Scandinavica 9, 66-83.

1. Svensson, B. G. 1977. Pheromones in male bumble bees - a taxonomical tool, as exemplified by Pyrobombus lapponicus Fabr. (Hym., Apidae). Proceedings of the International Congress of IUSSI 8, 317.

2. Svensson, B. G. and Bergström, G. 1977. Volatile marking secretions from the labial gland of north European Pyrobombus D.T. males (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Insect Sociaux 24, 213-224.

3. Svensson, B. G., Ebmer, A. W. and Sakagami, S. F. 1977. Lasioglossum (Evylaeus) boreale, a new Halictinae (Hymenoptera: Apoidea) species found in northern Sweden and on Hokkaido, Japan, with notes on its biology. Entomologica Scandinavica 8, 219-229.

4. Svensson, B. G. and Lundberg, H. 1977. Distribution of bumble bee nests in a subalpine/alpine area in relation to altitude and habitat (Hymenoptera, Apidae). Zoon 5, 63-72.

5. Lundberg, H. and Svensson, B. G. 1977. Altitudinal distribution of Psithyrus Lep. in relation to that of their hosts Bombus Latr. in a subalpine/alpine area. Proceedings of the International Congress of IUSSI 8, 305-306.

6. Friberg, F., Nilsson, L.M, Otto. C., Sjöström, P., Svensson, B.W., Svensson Bj. and Ulfstrand, S. 1977. Diversity and environments of benthic invertebrate communities in south Swedish Lapland. Archiv fuer Hydrobiologie 81, 129-154.

7. Svensson, B.W. 1977. Dytiscidae and Gyrinidae (Coleoptera) from the Azores and Madeira. Boletim do Museu Municipal do Funchal 137, 87-89.

1. Svensson, B. G. and Tengö, J. 1976. Andrena (Hym., Apoidea) on the island of Öland. I. Subgenus Andrena (s.s.) Fabr. Entomologisk Tidskrift 97, 78-89.

2. Otto, C. and Svensson, B.W. 1976. Consequences of removal of pupae for a population of Potamophylax cingulatus Steph. (Trichoptera) in a South Swedish stream. Oikos 27, 40-43.

1. Lundberg, H. and Svensson, B. G. 1975. Studies on the behaviour of Bombus Latr. species (Hym., Apidae) parasitized by Sphaerularia bombi Dufour (Nematoda) in an alpine area. Norwegian Journal of Entomology 22, 129-134.

2. Svensson, B.W. and Tjeder, B. 1975. Taxonomic notes on some European Trichoptera. Entomologica Scandinavica 5, 67-70.

3. Svensson, B.W. and Tjeder, B. 1975. Oxyethira boreella n.sp. from northern Sweden (Trichoptera: Hydroptilidae). Entomologica Scandinavica 6, 131-133.

4. Svensson, B.W. 1975. Morphometric variation of adult Potamophylax cingulataus (Trichoptera) reflecting environmental heterogeneity in a South Swedish stream. Oikos 26, 365-377.

5. Svensson, B.W. and Tjeder, B. 1975. Check-list of the Trichoptera of North-Western Europe. Entomologica Scandinavica 6, 261-274.

1. Svensson, B.W. 1974. Population movements of adult Trichoptera at a south Swedish stream. Oikos 25, 157-175.

2. Owen, D.F. and Svensson, B.W. 1974. Massive species diversity in a sample of Ichneumonidae (Hym.) from Southern Sweden. Entomologica Scandinavica 5, 289-290.

1. Svensson, B. G. 1973. Morphological studies on the two Scandinavian subspecies of Bombus lapponicus Fabr. (Hym., Apidae). Entomologisk Tidskrift 94, 140-147.

2. Bergström, G. and Svensson, B. G. 1973. 2, 3-Dihydro-6, trans-farnesol: main component in the cephalic marking secretions of Bombus jonellus Kby. (Hym., Apidae). Zoon 1, 61-65.

3. Bergström, G. and Svensson, B. G. 1973. Characteristic marking secretions of the forms lapponicus and scndinavicus of Bombus lapponicus Fabr. (Hym., Apidae). Chemica Scripta 4, 231-238.

4. Svensson, B.W. 1973. Palpicornia (Coleoptera) from the Azores. Boletim do Museu Municipal do Funchal 123, 90-93.

1. Svensson, B.W. 1972. Flight periods, ovarian maturation and mating in Trichoptera at a South Swedish stream. Oikos 23, 370-384.

1. Svensson, B. 1971. A new species of Limnephilus from southern Sweden (Trichoptera, Limnephilidae). Entomologica Scandinavica 2, 49-51.

2. Eriksson, C.-G., Nilsson, L. & Svensson, B. 1971. The passerine bird fauna of some forest habitats in Stora Sjöfallet National Park, Swedish Lapland. Bird Study 18, 21-27.

3. Ulfstrand, S., Svensson, B., Enckell, P.H., Hagerman, L. and Otto, C. 1971. Benthic insect communities of streams in Stora Sjöfallet National Park, Swedish Lapland. Entomologica Scandinavica 2, 309-336.

1. Svensson, B. 1970. Dryopidae (Coleoptera) from the Azores and Madeira. Boletim do Museu Municipal do Funchal 108, 44-48.