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2018
1 Holen, Øistein Haugsten; Johnstone, Rufus A..
Reciprocal mimicry: kin selection can drive defended prey to resemble their Batesian mimics. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences 2018 ;Volume 285.(1890) p. 1-9
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2 Holen, Øistein Haugsten; Johnstone, Rufus A..
Reciprocal Mimicry: Why Kin Selection Can Drive Defended Prey to Resemble Their Batesian Mimics. ISBE 2018; 2018-08-11 - 2018-08-16
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3 Sherratt, Thomas N.; Holen, Øistein Haugsten.
When should receivers follow multiple signal components? A closer look at the "flag" model. Behavioral Ecology 2018 ;Volume 29.(4) p. e6-e8
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2017
4 Holen, Øistein Haugsten; Kilner, Rebecca M..
Avian brood parasitism: Defend early or wait and see?. ESEB 2017; 2017-08-20 - 2017-08-25
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5 Holen, Øistein Haugsten; Kilner, Rebecca M..
Avian brood parasitism: Should hosts defend early or wait and see?. NØF 2017; 2017-01-12 - 2017-01-13
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2016
6 Holen, Øistein Haugsten; Kilner, Rebecca M..
Avian brood parasitism: Defend early or wait and see?. ISBE 2016; 2016-07-28 - 2016-08-03
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2015
7 Holen, Øistein Haugsten; Svennungsen, Thomas Owens.
Patterns of trait expression: trade-offs and correlations. NØF 2015; 2015-03-12 - 2015-03-13
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8 Holen, Øistein Haugsten; Svennungsen, Thomas Owens.
Understanding patterns of trait expression: Trade-offs and correlations. ESEB 2015; 2015-08-09 - 2015-08-14
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9 Voje, Kjetil L.; Holen, Øistein Haugsten; Liow, Lee Hsiang; Stenseth, Nils Christian.
The role of biotic forces in driving macroevolution: Beyond the Red Queen. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences 2015 ;Volume 282.(1808) p. 1-9
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2014
10 Stenseth, Nils Christian; Voje, Kjetil L.; Holen, Øistein Haugsten; Liow, Lee Hsiang; Trosvik, Pål.
Biotic and abiotic interactions in evolution: the Red Queen perspective on evolution in biotic communities. Species, Climate, and Traits: Integrative Climate Change Biology iCCB meeting; 2014-04-06 - 2014-04-06
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11 Stenseth, Nils Christian; Voje, Kjetil L.; Holen, Øistein Haugsten; Liow, Lee Hsiang; Trosvik, Pål.
Coevolution in multispecies communities: the Red Queen Perspective. The Fisher Lecture; 2014-07-21 - 2014-07-21
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2013
12 Holen, Øistein Haugsten.
Disentangling taste and toxicity in aposematic prey. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences 2013 ;Volume 280.(1753) p. -
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13 Holen, Øistein Haugsten; Svennungsen, Thomas Owens.
Warning signals and handicap theory. ESEB 2013; 2013-08-19 - 2013-08-24
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14 Svennungsen, Thomas Owens; Holen, Øistein Haugsten.
Epigenetic inheritance in invading species. 14th Congress of The European Society for Evolutionary Biology; 2013-08-19 - 2013-08-24
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2012
15 Holen, Øistein Haugsten.
Disentangling taste and toxicity in aposematic prey. ISBE 2012; 2012-08-12 - 2012-08-18
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16 Holen, Øistein Haugsten; Svennungsen, Thomas Owens.
Aposematism and the Handicap Principle. American Naturalist 2012 ;Volume 180.(5) p. 629-641
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17 Svennungsen, Thomas Owens; Holen, Øistein Haugsten.
Transgenerational transmission of information in an autocorrelated world. 14th International Behavioral Ecology Congress (ISBE 2012); 2012-08-12 - 2012-08-18
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2011
18 Svennungsen, Thomas Owens; Holen, Øistein Haugsten; Leimar, Olof.
Inducible Defenses: Continuous Reaction Norms or Threshold Traits?. American Naturalist 2011 ;Volume 178.(3) p. 397-410
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2010
19 Hansen, Bo Terning; Holen, Øistein Haugsten; Mappes, Johanna.
Predators use environmental cues to discriminate between prey. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 2010 ;Volume 64.(12) p. 1991-1997
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20 Holen, Øistein Haugsten.
The honesty of warning signals. ISBE 2010; 2010-09-26 - 2010-10-01
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21 Svennungsen, Thomas Owens; Holen, Øistein Haugsten.
AVIAN BROOD PARASITISM: INFORMATION USE AND VARIATION IN EGG-REJECTION BEHAVIOR. Evolution 2010 ;Volume 64.(5) p. 1459-1469
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2009
22 Svennungsen, Thomas Owens; Holen, Øistein Haugsten; Leimar, Olof.
Inducible defences: continuous reaction norms or threshold traits. 12th Congress European Society for Evolutionary Biology; 2009-08-24 - 2009-08-29
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2008
23 Svennungsen, Thomas Owens; Holen, Øistein Haugsten.
Optimal egg rejection with external cues. Department seminar series; 2008-05-06 - 2008-05-06
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2007
24 Holen, Øistein Haugsten; Johnstone, Rufus A..
Parental investment with a superior alien in the brood. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 2007 ;Volume 20. p. 2165-2172
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25 Svennungsen, Thomas Owens; Holen, Øistein Haugsten.
The evolutionary stability of automimicry. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences 2007 ;Volume 274. p. 2055-2062
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26 Svennungsen, Thomas Owens; Holen, Øistein Haugsten.
The evolutionary stability of automimicry. ESEB 2007, XI Congress; 2007-08-20 - 2007-08-25
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2006
27 Holen, Øistein Haugsten.
Coevolutionary chases: Can defended prey escape from their Batesian mimics?. ISBE 2006; 2006-07-23 - 2006-07-23
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28 Holen, Øistein Haugsten; Johnstone, Rufus A..
Context-Dependent Discrimination and the Evolution of Mimicry. American Naturalist 2006 ;Volume 167.(3) p. 377-389
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29 Svennungsen, Thomas Owens; Holen, Øistein Haugsten.
On the persistence of automimicry in defended species. ISBE 2006; 2006-07-23 - 2006-07-29
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2004
30 Holen, Øistein Haugsten; Johnstone, Rufus A..
The evolution of mimicry under constraints. American Naturalist 2004 ;Volume 164.(5) p. 598-613
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2001
31 Holen, Øistein Haugsten; Sætre, Glenn-Peter; Slagsvold, Tore; Stenseth, Nils Christian.
Parasites and supernormal manipulation. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences 2001 ;Volume 268. p. 2551-2558
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