Erik Wapstra
Erik Wapstra
Associate Professor, ARC Future Fellow
Verified email at utas.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Biodiversity redistribution under climate change: Impacts on ecosystems and human well-being
GT Pecl, MB Ara˙jo, JD Bell, J Blanchard, TC Bonebrake, IC Chen, ...
Science 355 (6332), eaai9214, 2017
5742017
Major histocompatibility complex and mate choice in sand lizards
M Olsson, T Madsen, J Nordby, E Wapstra, B Ujvari, H Wittsell
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciencesá…, 2003
2582003
Sexual dimorphism in lizard body shape: the roles of sexual selection and fecundity selection
M Olsson, R Shine, E Wapstra, B Ujvari, T Madsen
Evolution 56 (7), 1538-1542, 2002
2302002
Testosterone, ticks and travels: a test of the immunocompetence-handicap hypothesis in free-ranging male sand lizards
M Olsson, E Wapstra, T Madsen, B Silverin
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciencesá…, 2000
1362000
Maternal basking opportunity affects juvenile phenotype in a viviparous lizard
E Wapstra
Functional Ecology 14 (3), 345-352, 2001
1222001
Evolution of maternal effects: past and present
TA Mousseau, T Uller, E Wapstra, AV Badyaev
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 364á…, 2009
1212009
Climate-driven population divergence in sex-determining systems
I Pen, T Uller, B Feldmeyer, A Harts, GM While, E Wapstra
Nature 468 (7322), 436, 2010
1122010
Climate effects on offspring sex ratio in a viviparous lizard
E Wapstra, T Uller, DL Sinn, M Olsson, K Mazurek, J Joss, R Shine
Journal of Animal Ecology 78 (1), 84-90, 2008
882008
The evolution of sex ratios and sex-determining systems
T Uller, I Pen, E Wapstra, LW Beukeboom, J Komdeur
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 22 (6), 292-297, 2007
882007
Maternal care in a social lizard: links between female aggression and offspring fitness
DL Sinn, GM While, E Wapstra
Animal Behaviour 76 (4), 1249-1257, 2008
822008
Maternal basking behaviour determines offspring sex in a viviparous reptile
E Wapstra, M Olsson, R Shine, A Edwards, R Swain, JMP Joss
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciencesá…, 2004
782004
Geographic variation in age and size at maturity in a small Australian viviparous skink
E Wapstra, R Swain, JM O'Reilly
Copeia 2001 (3), 646-655, 2001
762001
Giving offspring a head start in life: field and experimental evidence for selection on maternal basking behaviour in lizards
E Wapstra, T Uller, GM While, M Olsson, R Shine
Journal of evolutionary biology 23 (3), 651-657, 2010
692010
Effects of long-term fox baiting on species composition and abundance in an Australian lizard community
TR Madsen, MM Olsson, R Clarke, G Swan, E Snaith, E Wapstra
692005
Asynchronous male and female gonadal cycles and plasma steroid concentrations in a viviparous lizard, Niveoscincus ocellatus (Scincidae), from Tasmania
SM Jones, E Wapstra, R Swain
General and Comparative Endocrinology 108 (2), 271-281, 1997
691997
Males with high genetic similarity to females sire more offspring in sperm competition in Peron's tree frog Litoria peronii
CDH Sherman, E Wapstra, T Uller, M Olsson
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1637), 971-978, 2008
622008
Sex differences in sand lizard telomere inheritance: paternal epigenetic effects increases telomere heritability and offspring survival
M Olsson, A Pauliny, E Wapstra, T Uller, T Schwartz, D Blomqvist
PloS one 6 (4), e17473, 2011
612011
Geographic and annual variation in life-history traits in a temperate zone Australian skink
E Wapstra, R Swain
Journal of Herpetology, 194-203, 2001
612001
Are behavioral syndromes invariant? Spatiotemporal variation in shy/bold behavior in squid
DL Sinn, NA Moltschaniwskyj, E Wapstra, SRX Dall
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 64 (4), 693-702, 2010
592010
Female aggression predicts mode of paternity acquisition in a social lizard
GM While, DL Sinn, E Wapstra
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 276 (1664), 2021-2029, 2009
582009
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