Walter Wilczynski
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Sexual selection for sensory exploitation in the frog Physalaemus pustulosus
MJ Ryan, JH Fox, W Wilczynski, AS Rand
Nature 343 (6253), 66-67, 1990
6231990
Afferents to the optic tectum of the leopard frog: An HRP study
W Wilczynski, RG Northcutt
Journal of Comparative Neurology 173 (2), 219-229, 1977
2281977
Connections of the bullfrog striatum: Afferent organization
W Wilczynski, RG Northcutt
Journal of Comparative Neurology 214 (3), 321-332, 1983
2091983
Evolution of intraspecific variation in the advertisement call of a cricket frog (Acris crepitans, Hylidae)
MJ Ryan, W Wilczynski
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 44 (3), 249-271, 1991
2061991
The role of environmental selection in intraspecific divergence of mate recognition signals in the cricket frog, Acris crepitans
MJ Ryan, RB Cocroft, W Wilczynski
Evolution 44 (7), 1869-1872, 1990
1931990
Auditory tuning and call frequency predict population-based mating preferences in the cricket frog, Acris crepitans
MJ Ryan, SA Perrill, W Wilczynski
The American Naturalist 139 (6), 1370-1383, 1992
1771992
Coevolution of sender and receiver: effect on local mate preferecnce in cricket frogs
MJ Ryan
Science 240 (4860), 1786-1786, 1988
1691988
Spatial and reversal learning in congeneric lizards with different foraging strategies
LB Day, D Crews, W Wilczynski
Animal behaviour 57 (2), 393-407, 1999
1661999
The auditory system of anuran amphibians
W Wilczynski, RR Capranica
Progress in neurobiology 22 (1), 1-38, 1984
1661984
Connections of the bullfrog striatum: efferent projections
W Wilczynski, RG Northcutt
Journal of Comparative Neurology 214 (3), 333-343, 1983
1631983
Geographic variation in animal communication systems
WW NSKI, MJRY AN
Geographic variation in behavior: Perspectives on evolutionary mechanisms, 234, 1999
1371999
The physiology of the anuran eighth nerve
HH Zakon, W Wilczynski
The evolution of the amphibian auditory system, 125-155, 1988
1341988
Correlations between call characteristics and morphology in male cricket frogs (Acris crepitans).
BE McClelland, W Wilczynski, MJ Ryan
Journal of Experimental Biology 199 (9), 1907-1919, 1996
1311996
Plasticity in female mate choice associated with changing reproductive states
KS Lynch, AS Rand, MJ Ryan, W Wilczynski
Animal Behaviour 69 (3), 689-699, 2005
1282005
Evolution of the amphibian auditory system
B Fritzsch
Wiley, 1988
1251988
Hormonal state influences aspects of female mate choice in the túngara frog (Physalaemus pustulosus)
KS Lynch, D Crews, MJ Ryan, W Wilczynski
Hormones and Behavior 49 (4), 450-457, 2006
1212006
Current research in amphibians: studies integrating endocrinology, behavior, and neurobiology
W Wilczynski, KS Lynch, EL O'Bryant
Hormones and behavior 48 (4), 440-450, 2005
1132005
Signal Redundancy and Receiver Permissiveness in Acoustic Mate Recognition by the Tungara Frog, Physalaemus pustulosus
A STANLEY RAND, MJ Ryan, W Wilczynski
American Zoologist 32 (1), 81-90, 1992
1121992
Acoustic communication in spring peepers
EA Brenowitz, W Wilczynski, HH Zakon
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 155 (5), 585-592, 1984
1091984
Acoustic cues mediate inter-male spacing in a neotropical frog
W Wilczynski, EA Brenowitz
Animal Behaviour 36 (4), 1054-1063, 1988
1001988
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