Nicola Marples
TitleCited byYear
The complex business of survival by aposematism
J Mappes, N Marples, JA Endler
Trends in ecology & evolution 20 (11), 598-603, 2005
3272005
Responses of wild birds to novel prey: evidence of dietary conservatism
NM Marples, TJ Roper, DGC Harper
Oikos 83 (1), 161-165, 1998
1581998
Neophobia and dietary conservatism: two distinct processes?
NM Marples, DJ Kelly
Evolutionary Ecology 13 (7-8), 641-653, 1999
1531999
Effects of novel colour and smell on the response of naive chicks towards food and water
NM Marples, TJ Roper
Animal Behaviour 51 (6), 1417-1424, 1996
1251996
The relative importance of colour, taste and smell in the protection of an aposematic insect Coccinella septempunctata
NM Marples, W van Veelen, PM Brakefield
Animal Behaviour 48 (4), 967-974, 1994
1211994
Odour and colour as cues for taste-avoidance learning in domestic chicks
TJ Roper, NM Marples
Animal behaviour 53 (6), 1241-1250, 1997
1041997
Perspective: the evolution of warning coloration is not paradoxical
NM Marples, DJ Kelly, RJ Thomas
Evolution 59 (5), 933-940, 2005
922005
Colour preferences of domestic chicks in relation to food and water presentation
TJ Roper, NM Marples
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 54 (2-3), 207-213, 1997
871997
Differences between the 7‐spot and 2‐spot ladybird beetles (Coccinellidae) in their toxic effects on a bird predator
NM MARPLES, PM BRAKEFIELD, RJ COWIE
Ecological Entomology 14 (1), 79-84, 1989
841989
Dietary conservatism may facilitate the initial evolution of aposematism
RJ Thomas, NM Marples, IC Cuthill, M Takahashi, EA Gibson
Oikos 101 (3), 458-466, 2003
782003
The effects of novel odour and colour cues on food acceptance by the zebra finch, Taeniopygia guttata
DJ Kelly, NM Marples
Animal Behaviour 68 (5), 1049-1054, 2004
712004
Prey selection by wild birds can allow novel and conspicuous colour morphs to spread in prey populations
RJ Thomas, LA Bartlett, NM Marples, DJ Kelly, IC Cuthill
Oikos 106 (2), 285-294, 2004
622004
Better to be bimodal: the interaction of color and odor on learning and memory
EC Siddall, NM Marples
Behavioral Ecology 19 (2), 425-432, 2008
542008
Deactivation of dietary wariness through experience of novel food
NM Marples, M Quinlan, RJ Thomas, DJ Kelly
Behavioral Ecology 18 (5), 803-810, 2007
532007
The diet of the badger Meles meles in the Republic of Ireland
GP Cleary, LAL Corner, J O’Keeffe, NM Marples
Mammalian Biology-Zeitschrift fŁr Sšugetierkunde 74 (6), 438-447, 2009
522009
Response of domestic chicks to methyl anthranilate odour
NM MARPLES, TJ ROPER
Animal behaviour 53 (6), 1263-1270, 1997
451997
Genetic variation for the rate of recruitment of novel insect prey into the diet of a bird
NM Marples, PM Brakefield
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 55 (1), 17-27, 1995
431995
The inheritance of a wingless character in the 2spot ladybird (Adalia bipunctata)
NM Marples, PW De Jong, MM Ottenheim, MD Verhoog, PM Brakefield
Entomologia experimentalis et applicata 69 (1), 69-73, 1993
381993
Can the dietary conservatism of predators compensate for positive frequency dependent selection against rare, conspicuous prey?
NM Marples, J Mappes
Evolutionary Ecology 25 (4), 737-749, 2011
362011
Can dietary conservatism explain the primary evolution of aposematism?
TJ Lee, NM Marples, MP Speed
Animal Behaviour 79 (1), 63-74, 2010
242010
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