Gemma L Cole
Gemma L Cole
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TitleCited byYear
Variable environmental effects on a multicomponent sexually selected trait
GL Cole, JA Endler
The American Naturalist 185 (4), 452-468, 2015
482015
Artificial selection for food colour preferences
GL Cole, JA Endler
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1804), 20143108, 2015
162015
Lost in translation: adaptation of mating signals in changing environments
GL Cole
Springer Science Reviews 1 (1-2), 25-40, 2013
152013
Boundary Strength Analysis: Combining colour pattern geometry and coloured patch visual properties for use in predicting behaviour and fitness
JA Endler, GL Cole, AM Kranz
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 (12), 2334-2348, 2018
122018
Male courtship decisions are influenced by light environment and female receptivity
GL Cole, JA Endler
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1839), 20160861, 2016
82016
Colour pattern component phenotypic divergence can be predicted by the light environment
AM Kranz, GL Cole, P Singh, JA Endler
Journal of evolutionary biology 31 (10), 1459-1476, 2018
42018
Light environment change induces differential expression of guppy opsins in a multi‐generational evolution experiment
AM Kranz, LG Forgan, GL Cole, JA Endler
Evolution 72 (8), 1656-1676, 2018
42018
Change in Male Colouration associated with Artificial Selection on Foraging Colour Preference
GL Cole, JA Endler
Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 2018
22018
How viewing objects with the dorsal or ventral retina affects colour-related behaviour in guppies (Poecilia reticulata)
A Sibeaux, ML Keser, GL Cole, AM Kranz, JA Endler
Vision research 158, 78-89, 2019
12019
The effect of against-background contrast on female preferences for a polymorphic colour sexual signal
JCB Lynn, GL Cole
Animal behaviour 150, 1-13, 2019
12019
Colour‐based foraging diverges after multiple generations under different light environments
GL Cole, JCB Lynn, AM Kranz, JA Endler
Ethology, 2019
12019
Courtship diverges with foraging behaviour in artificially selected populations
GL Cole, JA Endler
Animal behaviour 144, 9-15, 2018
12018
The relative importance of local and global visual contrast in mate choice
A Sibeaux, GL Cole, JA Endler
Animal Behaviour 154, 143-159, 2019
2019
Success of the receptor noise model in predicting colour discrimination in guppies depends upon the colours tested
A Sibeaux, GL Cole, JA Endler
Vision research 159, 86-95, 2019
2019
Receptivity
GL Cole
Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behavior, 1-3, 2017
2017
A new light on sex: signalling in the guppy
G Cole
Deakin University, 2015
2015
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