Zachary Emberts
Zachary Emberts
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Social information on fear and food drives animal grouping and fitness
MA Gil, Z Emberts, H Jones, CM St. Mary
The American Naturalist 189 (3), 227-241, 2017
The ecology and evolution of autotomy
Z Emberts, I Escalante, PW Bateman
Biological Reviews 94 (6), 1881-1896, 2019
Males that drop a sexually selected weapon grow larger testes
PN Joseph, Z Emberts, DA Sasson, CW Miller
Evolution 72 (1), 113-122, 2018
Broadening the voice of science: Promoting scientific communication in the undergraduate classroom
LA Cirino, Z Emberts, PN Joseph, PE Allen, D Lopatto, CW Miller
Ecology and Evolution 7 (23), 10124–10130, 2017
Cut your losses: self-amputation of injured limbs increases survival
Z Emberts, CW Miller, D Kiehl, CM St. Mary
Behavioral Ecology 28 (4), 1047-1054, 2017
Coreidae (Insecta: Hemiptera) limb loss and autotomy
Z Emberts, CM St. Mary, CW Miller
Annals of the Entomological Society of America 109 (5), 678-683, 2016
Males missing their sexually selected weapon have decreased fighting ability and mating success in a competitive environment
Z Emberts, CM St. Mary, TJ Herrington, CW Miller
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 72 (5), 81, 2018
The evolution of autotomy in leaf‐footed bugs
Z Emberts, CM St. Mary, CC Howard, M Forthman, PW Bateman, ...
Evolution 74 (5), 897-910, 2020
The scent of danger: the impact of predator chemical cues on emergence from refuge and willingness to autotomize limbs in the house cricket (Acheta domesticus)
JB Pears, Z Emberts, PW Bateman
Journal of Insect Behavior 31 (4), 416-426, 2018
Defensive structures influence fighting outcomes
Z Emberts, JJ Wiens
Functional Ecology 35 (3), 696-704, 2021
A weapons–testes trade-off in males is amplified in female traits
CW Miller, PN Joseph, RM Kilner, Z Emberts
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1908), 20190906, 2019
Weapon performance drives weapon evolution
Z Emberts, WS Hwang, JJ Wiens
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1943), 20202898, 2021
Multiple male morphs in the leaf‐footed bug Mictis longicornis (Hemiptera: Coreidae)
Z Emberts, CW Miller, D Li, WS Hwang, CM St. Mary
Entomological Science 20 (1), 396-401, 2017
Do sexually selected weapons drive diversification?
Z Emberts, JJ Wiens
Evolution 75 (10), 2411-2424, 2021
Developmental nutrition affects the structural integrity of a sexually selected weapon
TE Woodman, S Chen, Z Emberts, D Wilner, W Federle, CW Miller
Integrative and Comparative Biology 61 (2), 723-735, 2021
Trade‐offs between weapons and testes do not manifest at high social densities
CW Miller, PN Joseph, Z Emberts
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 34 (5), 726-735, 2021
Leaf‐footed bugs possess multiple hidden contrasting color signals, but only one is associated with increased body size
Z Emberts, CW Miller, C Skojec, R Shepherd, CM St. Mary
Ecology and Evolution 10 (16), 8571-8578, 2020
Why are animals conspicuously colored? Evolution of sexual versus warning signals in land vertebrates
Z Emberts, JJ Wiens
Evolution 76 (12), 2879-2892, 2022
Damage from intraspecific combat is costly
Z Emberts, U Somjee, JJ Wiens
Behavioral Ecology 32 (6), 1240-1245, 2021
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