Christer Wiklund
Christer Wiklund
Professor emeritus, Stockholm university
Verified email at zoologi.su.se
TitleCited byYear
Why do males emerge before females?
C Wiklund, T Fagerström
Oecologia 31 (2), 153-158, 1977
4321977
The effect of flexible growth rates on optimal sizes and development times in a seasonal environment
PA Abrams, O Leimar, S Nylin, C Wiklund
The American Naturalist 147 (3), 381-395, 1996
4171996
The evolutionary relationship between adult oviposition preferences and larval host plant range in Papilio machaon L.
C Wiklund
Oecologia 18 (3), 185-197, 1975
3271975
Adaptive variation in growth rate: life history costs and consequences in the speckled wood butterfly,Pararge aegeria
K Gotthard, S Nylin, C Wiklund
Oecologia 99 (3-4), 281-289, 1994
3021994
Survival of distasteful insects after being attacked by naive birds: a reappraisal of the theory of aposematic coloration evolving through individual selection
C Wiklund, T Järvi
Evolution 36 (5), 998-1002, 1982
2581982
Mass and production rate of ejaculates in relation to monandry/polyandry in butterflies
L Svärd, C Wiklund
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 24 (6), 395-402, 1989
2521989
Why do males emerge before females? Protandry as a mating strategy in male and female butterflies
T Fagerström, C Wiklund
Oecologia 52 (2), 164-166, 1982
2331982
Generalist vs. specialist oviposition behaviour in Papilio machaon (Lepidoptera) and functional aspects on the hierarchy of oviposition preferences
C Wiklund
Oikos, 163-170, 1981
2011981
Proximate causes of Rensch’s rule: does sexual size dimorphism in arthropods result from sex differences in development time?
WU Blanckenhorn, AFG Dixon, DJ Fairbairn, MW Foellmer, P Gibert, ...
The American Naturalist 169 (2), 245-257, 2006
2002006
Polyandry and its effect on female reproduction in the green-veined white butterfly (Pieris napi L.)
C Wiklund, A Kaitala, V Lindfors, J Abenius
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 33 (1), 25-33, 1993
1991993
Territorial defence and its seasonal decline in the speckled wood butterfly (Pararge aegeria)
PO Wickman, C Wiklund
Animal behaviour 31 (4), 1206-1216, 1983
1901983
Sexual size dimorphism in relation to female polygamy and protandry in butterflies: a comparative study of Swedish Pieridae and Satyridae
C Wiklund, J Forsberg
Oikos, 373-381, 1991
1841991
Egg-laying patterns in butterflies in relation to their phenology and the visual apparency and abundance of their host plants
C Wiklund
Oecologia 63 (1), 23-29, 1984
1801984
Tumor classification by tissue microarray profiling: random forest clustering applied to renal cell carcinoma
T Shi, D Seligson, AS Belldegrun, A Palotie, S Horvath
Modern Pathology 18 (4), 547, 2005
1782005
Fighting without weaponry: a review of male-male contest competition in butterflies
DJ Kemp, C Wiklund
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 49 (6), 429-442, 2001
1742001
Sex-related variation in growth rate as a result of selection for large size and protandry in a bivoltine butterfly, Pieris napi
C Wiklund, S Nylin, J Forsberg
Oikos, 241-250, 1991
1651991
Sexual cooperation and conflict in butterflies: a male–transferred anti–aphrodisiac reduces harassment of recently mated females
J Andersson, AK Borg-Karlson, C Wiklund
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
1572000
Host plants, nectar source plants, and habitat selection of males and females of Anthocharis cardamines (Lepidoptera)
C Wiklund, C Åhrberg
Oikos, 169-183, 1978
1571978
Different ejaculate delivery strategies in first versus subsequent matings in the swallowtail butterfly Papilio machaon L.
L Svärd, C Wiklund
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 18 (5), 325-330, 1986
1501986
Fecundity, and the relation of egg weight variation to offspring fitness in the speckled wood butterfly Pararge aegeria, or why don't butterfly females lay more eggs?
C Wiklund, A Persson
Oikos, 53-63, 1983
1471983
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