Justa Heinen-Kay
Justa Heinen-Kay
Dept. of Ecology, Evolution & Behavior, University of Minnesota
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Nutrition and interference competition have interactive effects on the behavior and performance of Argentine ants
AD Kay, T Zumbusch, JL Heinen, TC Marsh, DA Holway
Ecology 91 (1), 57-64, 2010
762010
Predation‐associated divergence of male genital morphology in a livebearing fish
JL Heinen‐Kay, RB Langerhans
Journal of evolutionary biology 26 (10), 2135-2146, 2013
472013
EVOLUTION OF MALE COLORATION DURING A POST‐PLEISTOCENE RADIATION OF BAHAMAS MOSQUITOFISH (GAMBUSIA HUBBSI)
RA Martin, R Riesch, JL Heinen‐Kay, RB Langerhans
Evolution 68 (2), 397-411, 2014
392014
Environmental drivers of demographics, habitat use, and behavior during a post-Pleistocene radiation of Bahamas mosquitofish (Gambusia hubbsi)
JL Heinen, MW Coco, MS Marcuard, DN White, MN Peterson, RA Martin, ...
Evolutionary Ecology 27 (5), 971-991, 2013
392013
A trade-off between natural and sexual selection underlies diversification of a sexual signal
JL Heinen-Kay, KE Morris, NA Ryan, SL Byerley, RE Venezia, ...
Behavioral Ecology 26 (2), 533-542, 2015
372015
Human‐caused habitat fragmentation can drive rapid divergence of male genitalia
JL Heinen‐Kay, HG Noel, CA Layman, RB Langerhans
Evolutionary applications 7 (10), 1252-1267, 2014
332014
Causes and consequences of genital evolution
RB Langerhans, CM Anderson, JL Heinen-Kay
Integrative and comparative biology 56 (4), 741-751, 2016
262016
Tourism-related drivers of support for protection of fisheries resources on Andros Island, The Bahamas
MC Hayes, MN Peterson, JL Heinen-Kay, RB Langerhans
Ocean & Coastal Management 106, 118-123, 2015
262015
Predicting multifarious behavioural divergence in the wild
JL Heinen-Kay, DA Schmidt, AT Stafford, MT Costa, MN Peterson, ...
Animal behaviour 121, 3-10, 2016
212016
Illegal harvest of marine resources on Andros Island and the legacy of colonial governance
EH Silvy, MN Peterson, JL Heinen-Kay, RB Langerhans
The British Journal of Criminology 58 (2), 332-350, 2018
82018
Obligately silent males sire more offspring than singers in a rapidly evolving cricket population
JL Heinen-Kay, EM Urquhart, M Zuk
Biology letters 15 (7), 20190198, 2019
42019
Limited flexibility in female Pacific field cricket (Teleogryllus oceanicus) exploratory behaviors in response to perceived social environment
JL Heinen‐Kay, DB Strub, M Zuk
Ethology 124 (9), 650-656, 2018
42018
Direct and indirect effects of sexual signal loss on female reproduction in the Pacific field cricket (Teleogryllus oceanicus)
JL Heinen‐Kay, DB Strub, SL Balenger, M Zuk
Journal of evolutionary biology 32 (12), 1382-1390, 2019
32019
When does sexual signal exploitation lead to signal loss?
JL Heinen-Kay, M Zuk
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 255, 2019
22019
Reproductive behavior
R Olzer, RL Ehrlich, JL Heinen-Kay, J Tanner, M Zuk
Insect Behavior: from mechanisms to ecological and evolutionary consequences …, 2018
22018
Supporting Information for: Human-caused habitat fragmentation can drive rapid divergence of male genitalia
JL Heinen-Kay, HG Noel, CA Layman, RB Langerhans
12014
Data from: Predation-associated divergence of male genital morphology in a livebearing fish
JL Heinen-Kay, RB Langerhans
12013
Acoustic Experience Interacts with Perceived Risk of Predation in Shaping Female Response in Crickets
NS Ghalichi, JL Heinen-Kay, M Zuk
JOURNAL OF INSECT BEHAVIOR, 2020
2020
Sexual signal loss, pleiotropy, and maintenance of a male reproductive polymorphism in crickets
JL Heinen‐Kay, RE Nichols, M Zuk
Evolution, 2020
2020
Obligately silent males sire more offspring than singers in a rapidly evolving cricket population (vol 15, 20190198, 2019)
JL Heinen-Kay, EM Urquhart, M Zuk
BIOLOGY LETTERS 16 (1), 2020
2020
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