Paul Hopwood
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Effects of resource variation during early life and adult social environment on contest outcomes in burying beetles: a context-dependent silver spoon strategy?
PE Hopwood, AJ Moore, NJ Royle
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1785), 20133102, 2014
Male burying beetles extend, not reduce, parental care duration when reproductive competition is high
PE Hopwood, AJ Moore, T Tregenza, NJ Royle
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28 (7), 1394-1402, 2015
Nutrition during sexual maturation affects competitive ability but not reproductive productivity in burying beetles
PE Hopwood, AJ Moore, NJ Royle
Functional ecology 27 (6), 1350-1357, 2013
Testing the effect of early-life reproductive effort on age-related decline in a wild insect
R Rodríguez-Muñoz, JJ Boonekamp, XP Liu, I Skicko, DN Fisher, ...
Evolution 73 (2), 317-328, 2019
Comparing individual and population measures of senescence across 10 years in a wild insect population
R Rodríguez-Muñoz, JJ Boonekamp, XP Liu, I Skicko, ...
Evolution 73 (2), 293-302, 2019
Niche variation and the maintenance of variation in body size in a burying beetle
PE Hopwood, AJ Moore, T Tregenza, NJ Royle
Ecological Entomology 41 (1), 96-104, 2016
Telomere length is highly heritable and independent of growth rate manipulated by temperature in field crickets
J Boonekamp, R Rodríguez‐Muñoz, P Hopwood, E Zuidersma, E Mulder, ...
Molecular Ecology 31 (23), 6128-6140, 2022
Burying beetles
NJ Royle, PE Hopwood, ML Head
Current Biology 23 (20), R907-R909, 2013
Covetable corpses and plastic beetles—The socioecological behavior of burying beetles
NJ Royle, PE Hopwood
Advances in the study of behavior 49, 101-146, 2017
Slower senescence in a wild insect population in years with a more female-biased sex ratio
R Rodríguez-Muñoz, JJ Boonekamp, D Fisher, P Hopwood, T Tregenza
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1900), 20190286, 2019
Older males attract more females but get fewer matings in a wild field cricket
R Rodríguez-Muñoz, P Hopwood, D Fisher, I Skicko, R Tucker, ...
Animal behaviour 153, 1-14, 2019
Selection on an antagonistic behavioral trait can drive rapid genital coevolution in the burying beetle, Nicrophorus vespilloides
PE Hopwood, ML Head, EJ Jordan, MJ Carter, E Davey, AJ Moore, ...
Evolution 70 (6), 1180-1188, 2016
The effect of size and sex ratio experiences on reproductive competition in Nicrophorus vespilloides burying beetles in the wild
PE Hopwood, AJ Moore, T Tregenza, NJ Royle
Journal of evolutionary biology 29 (3), 541-550, 2016
Males and females differ in how their behaviour changes with age in wild crickets
G Makai, R Rodriguez-Munoz, JJ Boonekamp, P Hopwood, T Tregenza
Animal behaviour 164, 1-8, 2020
Evidence for genetic isolation and local adaptation in the field cricket Gryllus campestris
T Tregenza, R Rodríguez‐Muñoz, JJ Boonekamp, PE Hopwood, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 34 (10), 1624-1636, 2021
Advances in the study of behavior
NJ Royle, PE Hopwood, M Naguib, J Podos, LW Simmons, L Barrett, ...
Academic Press, Cambridge, UK, 2017
Do female Nicrophorus vespilloides reduce direct costs by choosing males that mate less frequently?
PE Hopwood, GPF Mazué, MJ Carter, ML Head, AJ Moore, NJ Royle
Biology Letters 12 (3), 20151064, 2016
Environment and mate attractiveness in a wild insect
T Tregenza, PT Niemelä, R Rodríguez-Muñoz, PE Hopwood
Behavioral Ecology 33 (5), 999-1006, 2022
Local adaptation does not constrain the expression of behaviour in translocated wild crickets
R Rodríguez-Muñoz, P Hopwood, JJ Boonekamp, SA Edwards, TW Price, ...
Animal Behaviour 200, 15-23, 2023
The relationship between the body and air temperature in a terrestrial ectotherm
AS Gardner, IMD Maclean, R Rodríguez‐Muñoz, PE Hopwood, K Mills, ...
Ecology and Evolution 14 (2), e11019, 2024
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