Zackary A. Graham
Zackary A. Graham
Postdoctoral Associate, West Liberty University
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Virile crayfish escalate aggression according to body size instead of weapon size
ZA Graham, DJ Padilla-Perez, MJ Angilletta Jr
Animal Behaviour 163, 9-15, 2020
62020
The longer the better: evidence that narwhal tusks are sexually selected
ZA Graham, E Garde, MP Heide-Jørgensen, AV Palaoro
Biology Letters 16 (3), 20190950, 2020
62020
Claw size predicts dominance within and between invasive species of crayfish
ZA Graham, MJ Angilletta Jr
Animal Behaviour 166, 153-161, 2020
42020
Ectoparasite extinction in simplified lizard assemblages during experimental island invasion
CL Cox, S Alexander, B Casement, AK Chung, JD Curlis, Z Degon, ...
Biology Letters 16 (8), 20200474, 2020
32020
Performance, but not size, of hindleg weaponry is sexually dimorphic in the giant mesquite bug (Thasus neocalifornicus)
ZA Graham, AV Palaoro
bioRxiv, 2020
22020
Sex-specific microhabitat use is associated with sex-biased thermal physiology in Anolis lizards
ML Logan, LK Neel, DJ Nicholson, AJ Stokes, CL Miller, AK Chung, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 224 (2), 2021
12021
Selection, Initiation, and Dissolution of Opposite-Sex Friendships Revisited
ZA Graham, JD Leri
1
Moving in fast waters: the exaggerated claw gape of the New River crayfish (Cambarus chasmodactlyus) aids in locomotor performance
ZA Graham
Biology Letters 17 (5), 20210045, 2021
2021
Sex Differences in Offensive and Defensive Investment in Crayfish Claws
C Vargas, ZA Graham, A Palaoro, M Angilletta
The FASEB Journal 34 (S1), 1-1, 2020
2020
Separating noise and function in systems of animal communication: a comparative study of aggressive signaling in crayfish
ZA Graham, MA Angilletta
bioRxiv, 2020
2020
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