Jason H Peterson
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Impacts of flight distance on sex ratio and resource allocation to offspring in the leafcutter bee, Megachile rotundata
JH Peterson, BD Roitberg, JH Peterson
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 59 (5), 589-596, 2006
702006
The cost of being an omnivore: mandible wear from plant feeding in a true bug
BD Roitberg, DR Gillespie, DMJ Quiring, CR Alma, WH Jenner, J Perry, ...
Naturwissenschaften 92 (9), 431-434, 2005
332005
Impact of Resource Levels on Sex Ratio and Resource Allocation in the Solitary Bee, Megachile rotundata
JH Peterson, BD Roitberg
Environmental Entomology 35 (5), 1404-1410, 2006
312006
Variable flight distance to resources results in changing sex allocation decisions, Megachile rotundata
JH Peterson, BD Roitberg
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 70 (2), 247-253, 2016
72016
When nesting involves two sequential, mutually exclusive activities: what’sa mother to do?
JH Peterson, BD Roitberg, RC Ydenberg
Evolutionary Ecology Research 9 (7), 1187-1197, 2007
72007
Egg maturation, nest state, and sex ratios: a dynamic state variable model
JH Peterson, BD Roitberg
Evolutionary Ecology Research 12 (3), 347-361, 2010
32010
Variation in maternal solitary bee nest defence related to nest state
JH Peterson, TS Hoffmeister, BD Roitberg
Apidologie 47 (1), 90-100, 2016
22016
Sex allocation in a solitary bee: a behavioural ecology approach
JH Peterson
Biological Sciences Department-Simon Fraser University, 2004
22004
Maternal allocation decisions impacted by variable ecological conditions in a solitary bee: behavioural ecology perspectives
JH Peterson
Science: Biological Sciences Department, 2010
12010
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