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Anders Berglund
Anders Berglund
professor in Animal Ecology, Uppsala university
Verified email at ebc.uu.se
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Armaments and ornaments: an evolutionary explanation of traits of dual utility
A Berglund, A Bisazza, A Pilastro
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 58 (4), 385-399, 1996
9571996
Mate choice, fecundity and sexual dimorphism in two pipefish species (Syngnathidae)
A Berglund, G Rosenqvist, I Svensson
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 19, 301-307, 1986
3311986
Pipefishes and seahorses: are they all sex role reversed?
A Vincent, I Ahnesjö, A Berglund, G Rosenqvist
Trends in ecology & evolution 7 (7), 237-241, 1992
2811992
Reproductive success of females limited by males in two pipefish species
A Berglund, G Rosenqvist, I Svensson
The American Naturalist 133 (4), 506-516, 1989
2221989
Reversed sex roles and parental energy investment in zygotes of two pipefish (Syngnathidae) species
A Berglund, G Rosenqvist, I Svensson
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 29, 209-215, 1986
2191986
Ornaments or offspring: costs to reproductive success restrict sexual selection processes
S Fitzpatrick, A Berglund, G Rosenqvist
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 55 (3), 251-260, 1995
2171995
Risky sex: male pipefishes mate at random in the presence of a predator
A Berglund
Animal Behaviour 46 (1), 169-175, 1993
1991993
The Bateman gradient and the cause of sexual selection in a sex–role–reversed pipefish
AG Jones, G Rosenqvist, A Berglund, SJ Arnold, JC Avise
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 2000
1572000
Reproductive ecology of five pipefish species in one eelgrass meadow
ACJ Vincent, A Berglund, I Ahnesjö
Environmental biology of fishes 44, 347-361, 1995
1551995
Sex role reversal in pipefish
A Berglund, G Rosenqvist
Advances in the Study of Behavior 32 (32), 131-167, 2003
1522003
Operational sex ratios and behavioural sex differences in a pipefish population
A Vincent, I Ahnesjö, A Berglund
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 34, 142-435, 1994
1501994
The operational sex ratio influences choosiness in a pipefish
A Berglund
Behavioral Ecology 5 (3), 254-258, 1994
1461994
The genetic mating system of a sex-role-reversed pipefish (Syngnathus typhle): a molecular inquiry
AG Jones, G Rosenqvist, A Berglund, JC Avise
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 46, 357-365, 1999
1311999
Selective males and ardent females in pipefishes
A Berglund, G Rosenqvist
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 32, 331-336, 1993
1301993
Egg competition in a sex-role reversed pipefish: subdominant females trade reproduction for growth
A Berglund
Evolution, 770-774, 1991
1151991
Multiple matings and paternal brood care in the pipefish Syngnathus typhle
A Berglund, G Rosenqvist, I Svensson
Oikos, 184-188, 1988
1151988
Male pipefish prefer ornamented females
A Berglund, G Rosenqvist
Animal Behaviour 61 (2), 345-350, 2001
1122001
The Measurement of Sexual Selection Using Bateman's Principles: An Experimental Test in the Sex-Role-Reversed Pipefish Syngnathus typhle1
AG Jones, G Rosenqvist, A Berglund, JC Avise
Integrative and Comparative Biology 45 (5), 874-884, 2005
1052005
Ornamentation predicts reproductive success in female pipefish
A Berglund, G Rosenqvist, P Bernet
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 40, 145-150, 1997
1041997
Wild populations of a reef fish suffer from the “nondestructive” aquarium trade fishery
N Kolm, A Berglund
Conservation Biology 17 (3), 910-914, 2003
1012003
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