Publications

    2016

  1. Bolnick DI, Hendrix K, Jordan LA, Veen T, Brock CD. 2016. Intruder color and light environment jointly determine how nesting male stickleback respond to simulated territorial intrusions. Biology Letters. 12: 20160467.

  2. Jordan LA, Maguire S, Hofmann, HA, Kohda M. 2016. The social and ecological consequences of an ‘over-extended’ phenotype. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283 (1822)

    IMG_4315

  3. 2015

  4. Ryan MJ, Jordan LA. 2015. Courtship and Mate Choice, In J Call (Ed) APA Handbook of Comparative Psychology

  5. Jordan LA, Ryan MJ. 2015. The sensory ecology of adaptive landscapes. Biology Letters http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2014.1054 pdf

  6. Kohda M, Jordan LA, Kosaka N, Hotta T, Takeyama TT. 2015. Facial recognition in a group-living cichlid. PLOS ONE. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0142552 pdf

  7. Takashi H,  Jordan LA, Takeyama T, Kohda M. 2015.  Order effects in transitive inference: Does the presentation order of social information affect transitive inference in social animals? Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2015.00059

  8. Hotta T, Takeyama T, Heg D, Awata S, Jordan LA, Kohda M. 2015. The use of multiple sources of social information in contest behaviour: testing the social cognitive abilities of a cichlid fish. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution doi: 10.3389/fevo.2015.00085

    IMG_4777a

  9. Li N, Takeyama T, Jordan LA, Kohda M. 2015. Female control of paternity by spawning site choice in a cooperatively breeding fish. Behaviour 152: 231–245 pdf

  10. Brooks RC, Shelly JP, Jordan LA, Dixson BJ. 2015. The multivariate evolution of female body shape in an artificial digital ecosystem Evolution and Human Behavior http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2015.02.001 pdf

    bodylab

  11. 2014

  12. Jordan LA, Kokko H, Kasumovic MM. 2014. Reproductive foragers: Spider males choose mates by selecting among available competitive environments. The American Naturalist 183 (5): 638-649 pdf

  13. Takashi H, Takeyama T, Jordan LA, Kohda M. 2014. Duration of memory of dominance relationships in a group living cichlid. Naturwissenschaften 101 (9):745-751; 10.1007/s00114-014-1213-z pdf

  14. 2013

  15. Jordan LA, Brooks R. 2012. Recent social history alters male courtship preferences. Evolution 66 (1): 280-287 pdf

  16. Kasumovic MM, Jordan LA. 2013. The social factors driving settlement and relocation decisions in a solitary and aggregative spider. The American Naturalist 182 (4): 532-541 pdf

    IMG_0451

  17. Mann RP, Herbert-Read JE, Ma Q, Jordan LA, Sumpter DJT, Ward AJW. 2013. A model comparison reveals dynamic social information drives the movements of humbug damselfish. Journal of the Royal Society Interface 11 (90) doi: 10.1098/​rsif.2013.0794 pdf

  18. Jordan LA,Herbert-Read,Ward A. 2013. Rising costs of care make Spiny Chromis discerning parents. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 67 (3): 449-455 pdf

    Acanthochromis

  19. Ward AJWW, Herbert-Read JE, Jordan LA, James R, Krause J, Ma Q, Rubenstein DI, Sumpter DJT & LJ Morrell. 2013. Initiators, leaders and recruitment mechanisms in the collective movements of damselfish. The American Naturalist 181 (6):748-760 pdf

  20. 2012

  21. Wong MYL, Jordan LA, Marsh-Rollo S, St-Cyr S, Reynolds J, Stiver K, Desjardins J, Fitzpatrick JL, Balshine S. 2012. Mating systems in cooperative breeders: the roles of resource dispersion and conflict mitigation. Behavioral Ecology 23 (3): 521-530 pdf

    IMG_5738a

  22. 2010

  23. Jordan LA, Brooks R. 2010. The lifetime costs of increased male reproductive effort: Courtship, copulation, and the Coolidge Effect. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23 (11): 2403-2409 pdf

    Labwork

  24. Jordan LA, Avolio C, Herbert-Read JE, Krause J, Rubenstein D, Ward A. 2010. Group structure in a restricted entry system is mediated by both resident and joiner preferences. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 64(7): 1099-1106 pdf

  25. Jordan LA, Wong MYL, Balshine S. 2010. The effects of familiarity and social hierarchy on group membership decisions in a social fish. Biology Letters 6(3): 301-303 pdf

    IMG_5895

  26. 2009

  27. Beekman M, Allsopp MH, Jordan LA, Oldroyd BP. 2009. A quantitative study of worker reproduction in queenright colonies of the Cape honey bee Apis mellifera capensis. Molecular Ecology 18: 2722 pdf

  28. 2008

  29. Jordan LA. CABI, 2008. Poecilia reticulata. In: Invasive Species Compendium, 2008 edition. Wallingford, UK: CABI

    DSCF0663

  30. Jordan LA, Allsopp MH, Beekman M, Wossler, TC & Oldroyd BP 2008. Inheritance of traits associated with reproductive potential in Apis mellifera capensis and A. m. scutellata workers. Journal of Heredity 99 (4): 376-381 pdf

  31. Jordan LA, Allsopp MH, Oldroyd BP, Wossler TH, Beekman M. 2008. Cheating honeybee workers produce royal offspring.Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 275 (1632): 345-351 pdf

    The paper above was highlighted in Nature 450, 764-765 and Current Biology 18 (5): 206-2207
    DSCF1360
  32. Oldroyd BP, Allsopp MH, Gloag RS, Lim J, Jordan LA, Beekman M. 2008. Thelytokous parthenogenesis in unmated queen honey bees (Apis mellifera capensis): Central fusion and high recombination rates. Genetics 180: 359-366 pdf

  33. 2007

  34. Jordan LA, Allsopp MH, Oldroyd BP, Wossler TH, Beekman M. 2007. A scientific note on the drone flight time of Apis mellifera capensis and A. m. scutellata. Apidologie  38 (5): 436-437 pdf

  35. 2006

  36. Midgley DJ, Jordan LA, Saleeba JA, McGee PA. 2006. Utilisation of carbon substrates by orchid and ericoid mycorrhizal fungi from Australian dry sclerophyll forests. Mycorrhiza 16 (3): 175-182 pdf

    IMG_3439a