Ambika Kamath
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Hurricane-induced selection on the morphology of an island lizard
CM Donihue, A Herrel, AC Fabre, A Kamath, AJ Geneva, TW Schoener, ...
Nature 560 (7716), 88-91, 2018
772018
Do multiple tortoises equal a hare? The utility of nine noncoding plastid regions for species-level phylogenetics in tribe Lycieae (Solanaceae)
JS Miller, A Kamath, RA Levin
Systematic Botany 34 (4), 796-804, 2009
322009
Out of America to Africa or Asia: Inference of Dispersal Histories Using Nuclear and Plastid DNA and the S-RNase Self-incompatibility Locus
JS Miller, A Kamath, J Damashek, RA Levin
Molecular Biology and Evolution 28 (1), 793-801, 2011
292011
An alternative hypothesis for the evolution of same-sex sexual behaviour in animals
JD Monk, E Giglio, A Kamath, MR Lambert, CE McDonough
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (12), 1622-1631, 2019
282019
The erratic and contingent progression of research on territoriality: a case study
A Kamath, J Losos
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 71 (6), 1-13, 2017
282017
Does ecological specialization transcend scale? Habitat partitioning among individuals and species of Anolis lizards
A Kamath, JB Losos
Evolution 71 (3), 541-549, 2017
262017
Estimating encounter rates as the first step of sexual selection in the lizard Anolis sagrei
A Kamath, JB Losos
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285 (1873), 20172244, 2018
252018
Selection for collective aggressiveness favors social susceptibility in social spiders
JN Pruitt, CM Wright, JLL Lichtenstein, GT Chism, BL McEwen, A Kamath, ...
Current Biology 28 (1), 100-105. e4, 2018
222018
Behavioral partitioning by the native lizard Anolis carolinensis in the presence and absence of the invasive Anolis sagrei in Florida
A Kamath, YE Stuart, TS Campbell
Breviora 535 (1), 1-10, 2013
202013
Intraindividual behavioral variability predicts foraging outcome in a beach-dwelling jumping spider
JLL Lichtenstein, GT Chism, A Kamath, JN Pruitt
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 1-7, 2017
152017
Variation in Display Behavior, Ornament Morphology, Sexual Size Dimorphism, and Habitat Structure in the Fan-Throated Lizard (Sitana, Agamidae)
A Kamath
Journal of Herpetology 50 (3), 394-403, 2016
112016
Correlated polymorphism in cytotype and sexual system within a monophyletic species, Lycium californicum
JS Miller, A Kamath, BC Husband, RA Levin
Annals of botany 117 (2), 307-317, 2016
92016
Collective behavior and colony persistence of social spiders depends on their physical environment
A Kamath, SD Primavera, CM Wright, GN Doering, KA Sheehy, ...
Behavioral ecology 30 (1), 39-47, 2019
82019
Floral size and shape evolution following the transition to gender dimorphism
A Kamath, RA Levin, JS Miller
American journal of botany 104 (3), 451-460, 2017
72017
Movement rates of the lizard Anolis carolinensis (Squamata: Dactyloidae) in the presence and absence of Anolis sagrei (Squamata: Dactyloidae)
A Kamath, YE Stuart
Breviora 546 (1), 1-7, 2015
72015
Re-examining escape behaviour and habitat use as correlates of dorsal pattern variation in female brown anole lizards, Anolis sagrei (Squamata: Dactyloidae)
RM Moon, A Kamath
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 126 (4), 783-795, 2019
62019
Facilitating discussions about privilege among future conservation practitioners
H Brown, A Kamath, M Rubega
Conservation Biology 31 (3), 727-730, 2017
62017
Model systems in ecology, evolution, and behavior: A call for diversity in our model systems and discipline
MA Duffy, C García-Robledo, SP Gordon, NA Grant, DA Green, A Kamath, ...
The American Naturalist 198 (1), 000-000, 2021
52021
Potential feedback between coral presence and farmerfish collective behavior promotes coral recovery
A Kamath, JN Pruitt, AJ Brooks, MC Ladd, DT Cook, JP Gallagher, ...
Oikos 128 (4), 482-492, 2019
52019
Female-Biased Sex Ratios Increase Colony Survival and Reproductive Output in the Spider Anelosimus studiosus
JLL Lichtenstein, A Kamath, S Bengston, L Avilés, JN Pruitt
The American Naturalist 192 (5), 552-563, 2018
52018
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