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Nathan Butterworth
Nathan Butterworth
School of Biological Sciences, Monash University
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Love at first flight: Wing interference patterns are species-specific and sexually dimorphic in blowflies (Diptera: Calliphoridae)
NJ Butterworth, TE White, PG Byrne, JF Wallman
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 34 (3), 558-570, 2021
222021
The blow fly waltz: field and laboratory observations of novel and complex dipteran courtship behavior
NJ Butterworth, PG Byrne, JF Wallman
Journal of Insect Behavior 32, 109-119, 2019
222019
Flies exploit predictable perspectives and backgrounds to enhance iridescent signal salience and mating success
TE White, N Vogel-Ghibely, NJ Butterworth
The American Naturalist 195 (4), 733-742, 2020
202020
The evolution of sexually dimorphic cuticular hydrocarbons in blowflies (Diptera: Calliphoridae)
NJ Butterworth, JF Wallman, FP Drijfhout, NP Johnston, PA Keller, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 33 (10), 1468-1486, 2020
162020
Body odor and sex: Do cuticular hydrocarbons facilitate sexual attraction in the small hairy maggot blowfly?
NJ Butterworth, PG Byrne, PA Keller, JF Wallman
Journal of chemical ecology 44, 248-256, 2018
132018
The ephemeral resource patch concept
NJ Butterworth, ME Benbow, PS Barton
Biological Reviews 98 (3), 697-726, 2023
122023
Major transitions in cuticular hydrocarbon expression coincide with sexual maturity in a blowfly (Diptera: Calliphoridae)
NJ Butterworth, FP Drijfhout, PG Byrne, PA Keller, JF Wallman
Journal of chemical ecology 46 (7), 610-618, 2020
112020
13. Fly Colony Establishment, Quality Control and Improvement
F Stadler, NP Johnston, NJ Butterworth, JF Wallman
A COMPLETE GUIDE TO MAGGOT THERAPY, 257, 2022
62022
First gall midge (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) known to feed on plant family Atherospermataceae: a new species of Asphondylia damaging the endangered Australian tree Daphnandra …
P Kolesik, N Butterworth, J Lemmon, T Gibson, JF Wallman
Austral Entomology 58 (2), 317-323, 2019
62019
Priority effects and density promote coexistence between the facultative predator Chrysomya rufifacies and its competitor Calliphora stygia
BM Dawson, JF Wallman, MJ Evans, NJ Butterworth, PS Barton
Oecologia 199 (1), 181-191, 2022
42022
Flies getting filthy: The precopulatory mating behaviours of three mud-dwelling species of Australian Lispe (Diptera: Muscidae)
NJ Butterworth, JF Wallman
Ethology, 1-9, 2021
42021
Development of larvae of the Australian blowfly, Calliphora augur (Diptera: Calliphoridae), at constant temperatures
DM Day, NJ Butterworth, A Tagat, G Markowsky, JF Wallman
Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences 54 (5), 710-721, 2022
32022
Love at first flight: An investigation of the chemical and visual cues that mediate mate recognition in blowflies (Diptera: Calliphoridae)
N Butterworth
32020
The blowfly Chrysomya latifrons inhabits fragmented rainforests, but shows no population structure
NJ Butterworth, JF Wallman, NP Johnston, BM Dawson, J Sharp-Heward, ...
Oecologia 201 (3), 703-719, 2023
12023
Phylogenetic Analyses Support the Monophyly of the Genus Lispe Latreille (Diptera: Muscidae) with Insights into Intrageneric Relationships
Y Gao, Y Ge, L Yan, NE Vikhrev, Q Wang, NJ Butterworth, D Zhang
Insects 13 (11), 1015, 2022
12022
Significance of wing interference patterns as taxonomic characters in Aphidiinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae)
F Hosseini, H Lotfalizadeh, E Rakhshani, M Norouzi, NJ Butterworth, ...
Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 59 (7), 1481-1490, 2021
12021
Is there a sicker sex? Dose relationships modify male–female differences in infection prevalence
NJ Butterworth, L Heffernan, MD Hall
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 291 (2014), 20232575, 2024
2024
Population structure and interspecific hybridisation of two invasive blowflies (Diptera: Calliphoridae) following replicated incursions into New Zealand
L Croft, P Matheson, C Flemming, NJ Butterworth, A McGaughran
Ecology and Evolution 14 (1), e10832, 2024
2024
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