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Dr Tom Tregenza

Dr Tom Tregenza

Professor of Evolutionary Ecology

 01326 371862

 Daphne du Maurier 3044 (Turn right at top of DDM

 

Daphne du Maurier Building, University of Exeter,  Penryn Campus, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9FE, UK

 Office hours:

For undergraduate and postgraduate students: My office hours for this week are Monday 9-10 and Wed 9-10 I am also available a lot of other times, ideally drop me an email to make a time.

Field work in the Scillies

Field work in the Scillies

Professor Tom Tregenza with a cricket

Professor Tom Tregenza with a cricket

My interests lie in understanding how evolution shapes the biodiversity and behaviour of animals. I use insects and other model systems to understand questions about how species form and the evolutionary consequences of sexual reproduction. I am leader of the Evolution research group.

Qualifications

1991-1994 PhD (Liverpool) Thesis: 'On the ideal free distribution'
1988-1991 BSc Zoology (Bristol)

Career

2009-present Professor of Evolutionary Ecology
2001-2009 Royal Society University Research Fellow
1998-2001 NERC postdoctoral fellow: University of Leeds. Genetic benefits of multiple mates - Examining the evolution of polyandry and genetic benefits to polyandrous females.
1997-1998 Royal Society travelling fellow: University of Melbourne. Chemical communication and co-evolution between Lycaenid butterflies and ants.
1994-1997 NERC postdoctoral researcher: University of Leeds. Testing competing hypotheses for the origins of reproductive isolation in the meadow grasshopper, Chorthippus parallelus. With R.K. Butlin.

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Tom Tregenza in the lab

Professor Tom Tregenza in the lab

Research

Research projects

Selection in the wild - Insects make up the vast majority of animal biodiversity and have been studied intensively in the lab, providing numerous insights into how evolution works. However, there is now a serious imbalance between what we know about evolutionary biology in the lab and what we know about how things actually work in nature.For the last 5 years Rolando Rodríguez-Muñoz and myself have been monitoring a population of field crickets in a Spanish meadow. We tag every individual and record their lives using a network of 120 video cameras. We measure the reproductive success of every individual and the pattern of relationships across generations using DNA fingerprinting - we are collaborating with Jon Slate to use a panel of 384 SNPs for this task. This comprehensive information about every individual allows us to answer questions about the relative importance of natural and sexual selection, conflicts of interest between males and females, inbreeding risk and avoidance in the wild, variation in selection across years, the effects of density and social structure on selection, ageing, heritability of traits and loads more. Our wildcrickets.org website is dedicated to this project.

Genetic benefits of multiple mates - Examining the evolution of multiple mating by females and genetic benefits to polyandrous females. Why do females mate with more than one males when they can get all the sperm they need from one mating? Predominantly empirical approaches using insect model systems, including the field cricket Gryllus bimaculatus and the flour beetle Tribolium castaneum.

Sexual selection and sexual conflict - Heritability of sexually selected traits and co-inheritance of female choice and male traits. What information do male signals provide to their mates and how do females use this information. Is variation in fitness related traits due primarily to additive genetic variation ‘good genes’ or to non-additive variation ‘compatibility between genes’. To what extent can males manipulate their mates, and are ongoing evolutionary arms races between the sexes a common feature of sexual organisms?

Speciation - Using insect model systems to examine patterns of divergence and pre- and post-mating isolation between populations of the same species.

Bias in Science - Scientists are judged more and more according to how much they publish and how many times their publications are cited but is this system fair? I am co-organiser of an NCEAS working group examining bias and have studied effects of author profile on publication success. 

Research grants

NERC Life Sciences Mass Spectrometry Facility:
‘Sexual dimorphism and speciation: evolutionary tension between processes of adaptive diversification? ‘
£21,522. Mar 2012. PI.

NERC technologies proof of concept directed grant:
‘Video image recognition for ecological monitoring‘
£120,015. Oct 2010­2011. PI.

NERC standard grant:
‘Selection on behaviour and life histories across generations in a natural population‘ (rated α5)
£431,525. Nov 2010­2013. PI.

NBAF small grant:
‘Determining trait heritability in a wild insect population’
£5K. Feb 2010. PI.

European Social Fund Exploratory Workshop grant:
‘Genotype by environment interactions in sexual selection ‘
€14,000. July 2010. CI.

NERC standard grant:
‘Understanding the evolution of the G matrix: insights from field Crickets‘
£475,846. Jan 2010­2013. CI.

Leverhulme Trust research grant:
‘Sexual dimorphism and speciation: alternative outcomes of evolutionary radiation?’
£126,542. August 2009­2012. PI.

Roche sponsorship – kit for full plate on 454 titanium sequencer
£4500. June 2009. PI.

NERC MGF small grant:
‘Behavioural genes in wild insects’
£5200. May 2009. PI.

Royal Society, Short visit grant:
‘Utilising new monitoring techniques to understand signalling in crickets’
£3790. Dec 2007­ Feb 2008. PI.

NERC standard grant:
Natural and Sexual selection in a wild insect population
£431,000. November 2007­ 2010. PI.

NERC standard grant:
Sexual conflict coevolution ­ population size, divergence and the emergence of new variation
£411,228. December 2006­2009. PI.

Research networks

Jon Slate (Sheffield), Mark Norman and Julian Finn (Museum of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia), Daniel Pincheira-Donoso (Lincoln), Dan Nussey (Edinburgh).

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Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Fisher DN, Ilany A, Silk MJ, Tregenza T (In Press). Analysing animal social network dynamics: the potential of stochastic actor-oriented models. J Anim Ecol, 86(2), 202-212. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Pitchers W, Wolf JB, Tregenza T, Hunt J, Dworkin I (In Press). Evolutionary rates for multivariate traits: the role of selection and genetic variation. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci, 369(1649). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Harrison XA, Bearhop S, Inger R, Colhoun K, Gudmundsson GA, Hodgson DJ, McElwaine G, Tregenza T (In Press). Heterozygosity-Fitness Correlations in a Migratory Bird: an analysis of inbreeding and single locus effects. Molecular Ecology
Fisher DN, Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Tregenza T (In Press). Wild cricket social networks show stability across generations. BMC Evol Biol, 16 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Pincheira-Donoso D, Tregenza T, Butlin RK, Hodgson DJ (2018). Sexes and species as rival units of niche saturation during community assembly. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 27(5), 593-603. Abstract.  Full text.
Fisher DN, Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Tregenza T (2016). Comparing pre- and post-copulatory mate competition using social network analysis in wild crickets. Behav Ecol, 27(3), 912-919. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Fisher DN, Ilany A, Silk MJ, Tregenza T (In Press). Analysing animal social network dynamics: the potential of stochastic actor-oriented models. J Anim Ecol, 86(2), 202-212. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Baxter SW, Hoffman JI, Tregenza T, Wedell N, Hosken DJ (In Press). EB Ford revisited: assessing the long-term stability of wing-spot patterns and population genetic structure of the meadow brown butterfly on the Isles of Scilly. Heredity (Edinb), 118(4), 322-329. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Pitchers W, Wolf JB, Tregenza T, Hunt J, Dworkin I (In Press). Evolutionary rates for multivariate traits: the role of selection and genetic variation. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci, 369(1649). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Harrison XA, Bearhop S, Inger R, Colhoun K, Gudmundsson GA, Hodgson DJ, McElwaine G, Tregenza T (In Press). Heterozygosity-Fitness Correlations in a Migratory Bird: an analysis of inbreeding and single locus effects. Molecular Ecology
Hopwood P, Moore, AJ, Tregenza T, Royle N (In Press). Niche variation and the maintenance of variation in body size in a burying beetle.
Lane SM, Dickinson AW, Tregenza T, House CM (In Press). Sexual Selection on male cuticular hydrocarbons via male-male competition and female choice. J Evol Biol, 29(7), 1346-1355. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Hopwood PE, Moore AJ, Tregenza T, Royle NJ (In Press). The effect of size and sex ratio experiences on reproductive competition in Nicrophorus vespilloides burying beetles in the wild. J Evol Biol, 29(3), 541-550. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Fisher DN, Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Tregenza T (In Press). Wild cricket social networks show stability across generations. BMC Evol Biol, 16 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Fisher DN, David M, Rodriguez-Munoz R, Tregenza T (2018). Lifespan and age, but not residual reproductive value or condition, are related to behaviour in wild field crickets. ETHOLOGY, 124(5), 338-346. Author URL.  Full text.
Pincheira-Donoso D, Tregenza T, Butlin RK, Hodgson DJ (2018). Sexes and species as rival units of niche saturation during community assembly. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 27(5), 593-603. Abstract.  Full text.
Dutta R, Tregenza T, Balakrishnan R (2017). Reproductive isolation in the acoustically divergent groups of tettigoniid, Mecopoda elongata. PLoS One, 12(11). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Fisher DN, Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Tregenza T (2016). Comparing pre- and post-copulatory mate competition using social network analysis in wild crickets. Behav Ecol, 27(3), 912-919. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Hopwood PE, Moore AJ, Tregenza T, Royle NJ (2016). Erratum to Male burying beetles extend, not reduce, parental care duration when reproductive competition is high [J. Evol. Biol. 28: 1394-1402]. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 29(1).
Lane SM, Haughan AE, Evans D, Tregenza T, House CM (2016). Same-sex sexual behaviour as a dominance display. Animal Behaviour, 114, 113-118. Abstract.  Full text.
Fisher DN, James A, Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Tregenza T (2015). Behaviour in captivity predicts some aspects of natural behaviour, but not others, in a wild cricket population. Proc Biol Sci, 282(1809). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Fisher DN, David M, Tregenza T, Rodríguez-Muñoz R (2015). Dynamics of among-individual behavioral variation over adult lifespan in a wild insect. Behav Ecol, 26(4), 975-985. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Hopwood PE, Moore AJ, Tregenza T, Royle NJ (2015). Male burying beetles extend, not reduce, parental care duration when reproductive competition is high. J Evol Biol, 28(7), 1394-1402. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Silk MJ, Croft DP, Tregenza T, Bearhop S (2014). The importance of fission-fusion social group dynamics in birds. IBIS, 156(4), 701-715. Author URL.
Pitchers WR, Klingenberg CP, Tregenza T, Hunt J, Dworkin I (2014). The potential influence of morphology on the evolutionary divergence of an acoustic signal. J Evol Biol, 27(10), 2163-2176. Abstract.  Author URL.
Neenan STV, Hodgson DJ, Tregenza T, Boothroyd D, Ellis CD (2014). The suitability of VIE tags to assess stock enhancement success in juvenile European lobsters (Homarus gammarus). Aquaculture Research Abstract.
Veen T, Faulks J, Tyler F, Lloyd J, Tregenza T (2013). Diverse reproductive barriers in hybridising crickets suggests extensive variation in the evolution and maintenance of isolation. Evolutionary Ecology, 27(5), 993-1015. Abstract.
Harrison XA, Hodgson DJ, Inger R, Colhoun K, Gudmundsson GA, McElwaine G, Tregenza T, Bearhop S (2013). Environmental conditions during breeding modify the strength of mass-dependent carry-over effects in a migratory bird. PLoS One, 8(10). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Tyler F, Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Tregenza T (2013). Fertilisation and early developmental barriers to hybridisation in field crickets. BMC Evol Biol, 13 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Pitchers WR, Brooks R, Jennions MD, Tregenza T, Dworkin I, Hunt J (2013). Limited plasticity in the phenotypic variance-covariance matrix for male advertisement calls in the black field cricket, Teleogryllus commodus. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 26(5), 1060-1078. Abstract.
Pitchers WR, Brooks R, Jennions MD, Tregenza T, Dworkin I, Hunt J (2013). Limited plasticity in the phenotypic variance-covariance matrix for male advertisement calls in the black field cricket, Teleogryllus commodus. J Evol Biol, 26(5), 1060-1078. Abstract.  Author URL.
Tyler F, Harrison XA, Bretman A, Veen T, Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Tregenza T (2013). Multiple post-mating barriers to hybridization in field crickets. Molecular Ecology, 22(6), 1640-1649. Abstract.
Wright LI, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, McGowan A, Tregenza T, Broderick AC (2013). No benefits of polyandry to female green turtles. Behavioral Ecology, 24(4), 1022-1029. Abstract.
Attisano A, Tregenza T, Moore AJ, Moore PJ (2013). Oosorption and migratory strategy of the milkweed bug, Oncopeltus fasciatus. Animal Behaviour, 86(3), 651-657. Abstract.
Attisano A, Tregenza T, Moore AJ, Moore PJ (2013). Oosorption and migratory strategy of the milkweed bug, Oncopeltus fasciatus. Animal Behaviour
Pincheira-Donoso D, Tregenza T, Witt MJ, Hodgson DJ (2013). The evolution of viviparity opens opportunities for lizard radiation but drives it into a climatic cul-de-sac. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 22(7), 857-867. Abstract.
Tyler F, Tregenza T (2013). Why do so many flour beetle copulations fail?. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 146(1), 199-206. Abstract.
Veen T, Faulks J, Tyler F, Lloyd J, Tregenza T (2012). Diverse reproductive barriers in hybridising crickets suggests extensive variation in the evolution and maintenance of isolation. Evolutionary Ecology, 1-23.
Wright LI, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, McGowan A, Tregenza T, Broderick AC (2012). Reconstruction of paternal genotypes over multiple breeding seasons reveals male green turtles do not breed annually. Molecular Ecology, 21(14), 3625-3635. Abstract.
Wright LI, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, McGowan A, Tregenza T, Broderick AC (2012). Reconstruction of paternal genotypes over multiple breeding seasons reveals male green turtles do not breed annually. Mol Ecol, 21(14), 3625-3635. Abstract.  Author URL.
Sharma MD, Griffin RM, Hollis J, Tregenza T, Hosken DJ (2012). Reinvestigating good genes benefits of mate choice in Drosophila simulans. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 106(2), 295-306. Abstract.
Sharma MD, Mitchell C, Hunt J, Tregenza T, Hosken DJ (2012). The genetics of cuticular hydrocarbon profiles in the Fruit Fly Drosophila simulans. J Hered, 103(2), 230-239. Abstract.  Author URL.
Wright LI, Stokes KL, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, McGowan A, Snape R, Tregenza T, Broderick AC (2012). Turtle mating patterns buffer against disruptive effects of climate change. Proc Biol Sci, 279(1736), 2122-2127. Abstract.  Author URL.
Tyler F, Tregenza T (2012). Why do so many flour beetle copulations fail. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata
Pincheira-Donoso D, Tregenza T (2011). Fecundity Selection and the Evolution of Reproductive Output and Sex-Specific Body Size in the Liolaemus Lizard Adaptive Radiation. Evolutionary Biology, 38(2), 197-207. Abstract.
Bretman A, Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Walling C, Slate J, Tregenza T (2011). Fine-scale population structure, inbreeding risk and avoidance in a wild insect population. Mol Ecol, 20(14), 3045-3055. Abstract.  Author URL.
Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Bretman A, Tregenza T (2011). Guarding males protect females from predation in a wild insect. Curr Biol, 21(20), 1716-1719. Abstract.  Author URL.
Harrison XA, Bearhop S, Inger R, Colhoun K, Gudmundsson GA, Hodgson D, McElwaine G, Tregenza T (2011). Heterozygosity-fitness correlations in a migratory bird: an analysis of inbreeding and single-locus effects. Molecular ecology, 20(22), 4786-4795. Abstract.
Sinclair BJ, Bretman A, Tregenza T, Tomkins JL, Hosken DJ (2011). Metabolic rate does not decrease with starvation in Gryllus bimaculatus when changing fuel use is taken into account. Physiological Entomology, 36(1), 84-89. Abstract.
Veen T, Faulks J, Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Tregenza T (2011). Premating reproductive barriers between hybridising cricket species differing in their degree of polyandry. PLoS One, 6(5). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Sharma MD, Tregenza T, Hosken DJ (2011). Sex combs, allometry, and asymmetry in Drosophila. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 103(4), 923-934. Abstract.
Gay L, Hosken DJ, Eady P, Vasudev R, Tregenza T (2011). The evolution of harm--effect of sexual conflicts and population size. Evolution, 65(3), 725-737. Abstract.  Author URL.
Gay L, Brown E, Tregenza T, Pincheira-Donoso D, Eady PE, Vasudev R, Hunt J, Hosken DJ (2011). The genetic architecture of sexual conflict: male harm and female resistance in Callosobruchus maculatus. J Evol Biol, 24(2), 449-456. Abstract.  Author URL.
Lewis Z, Champion de Crespigny FE, Sait SM, Tregenza T, Wedell N (2011). Wolbachia infection lowers fertile sperm transfer in a moth. Biol Lett, 7(2), 187-189. Abstract.  Author URL.
Harrison XA, Tregenza T, Inger R, Colhoun K, Dawson DA, Gudmundsson GA, Hodgson DJ, Horsburgh GJ, McElwaine G, Bearhop S, et al (2010). Cultural Inheritance Drives Site Fidelity and Migratory Connectivity in a Long Distance Migrant. Molecular Ecology, 19(24), 5484-5496.
Brown EA, Gay L, Vasudev R, Tregenza T, Eady PE, Hosken DJ (2010). Erratum: Negative phenotypic and genetic associations between copulation duration and longevity in male seed beetles (Heredity (2010) 105 (576) DOI:10.1038/hdy.2010.132). Heredity, 105(6).
Sharma MD, Tregenza T, Hosken DJ (2010). Female mate preferences in Drosophila simulans: evolution and costs. J Evol Biol, 23(8), 1672-1679. Abstract.  Author URL.
Arnqvist G, Dowling DK, Eady P, Gay L, Tregenza T, Tuda M, Hosken DJ (2010). Genetic architecture of metabolic rate: environment specific epistasis between mitochondrial and nuclear genes in an insect. Evolution, 64(12), 3354-3363. Abstract.  Author URL.
Holwell GI, Winnick C, Tregenza T, Herberstein ME (2010). Genital shape correlates with sperm transfer success in the praying mantis Ciulfina klassi (Insecta: Mantodea). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 64(4), 617-625. Abstract.
Harrison XA, Dawson DA, Horsburgh GJ, Tregenza T, Bearhop S (2010). Isolation, characterisation and predicted genome locations of Light-bellied Brent goose (Branta bernicla hrota) microsatellite loci (Anatidae, AVES). Conservation Genetics Resources, 2, 365-371.
Harrison XA, Dawson DA, Horsburgh GJ, Tregenza T, Bearhop S (2010). Isolation, characterisation and predicted genome locations of Light-bellied Brent goose (Branta bernicla hrota) microsatellite loci (Anatidae, AVES). Conservation Genetics Resources, 1-7.
Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Bretman A, Slate J, Walling CA, Tregenza T (2010). Natural and sexual selection in a wild insect population. Science, 328(5983), 1269-1272. Abstract.  Author URL.
Schuett W, Tregenza T, Dall SRX (2010). Sexual selection and animal personality. Biol Rev Camb Philos Soc, 85(2), 217-246. Abstract.  Author URL.
Pincheira-Donoso D, Hodgson DJ, Stipala J, Tregenza T (2009). A phylogenetic analysis of sex-specific evolution of ecological morphology in Liolaemus lizards. Ecological Research, 24(6), 1223-1231. Abstract.
Davies TE, Beanjara N, Tregenza T (2009). A socio-economic perspective on gear-based management in an artisanal fishery in south-west Madagascar. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 16(4), 279-289. Abstract.
Gay L, Eady PE, Vasudev R, Hosken DJ, Tregenza T (2009). Costly sexual harassment in a beetle. Physiological Entomology, 34(1), 86-92. Abstract.
Finn JK, Tregenza T, Norman MD (2009). Defensive tool use in a coconut-carrying octopus. Curr Biol, 19(23), R1069-R1070. Author URL.
Aarssen LW, Lortie CJ, Budden AE, Koricheva J, Leimu R, Tregenza T (2009). Does publication in top-tier journals affect reviewer behavior?. PLoS One, 4(7). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Gay L, Eady PE, Vasudev R, Hosken DJ, Tregenza T (2009). Does reproductive isolation evolve faster in larger populations via sexually antagonistic coevolution?. Biol Lett, 5(5), 693-696. Abstract.  Author URL.
Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Tregenza T (2009). Genetic compatibility and hatching success in the sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus). Biol Lett, 5(2), 286-288. Abstract.  Author URL.
Hosken DJ, Stockley P, Tregenza T, Wedell N (2009). Monogamy and the battle of the sexes. Annu Rev Entomol, 54, 361-378. Abstract.  Author URL.
Brown EA, Gay L, Vasudev R, Tregenza T, Eady PE, Hosken DJ (2009). Negative phenotypic and genetic associations between copulation duration and longevity in male seed beetles. Heredity, 103(6), 340-345.
Brown EA, Gay L, Vasudev R, Tregenza T, Eady PE, Hosken DJ (2009). Negative phenotypic and genetic associations between copulation duration and longevity in male seed beetles. Heredity (Edinb), 103(4), 340-345. Abstract.  Author URL.
Finn J, Tregenza T, Norman M (2009). Preparing the perfect cuttlefish meal: complex prey handling by dolphins. PLoS One, 4(1). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Bretman A, Newcombe D, Tregenza T (2009). Promiscuous females avoid inbreeding by controlling sperm storage. Mol Ecol, 18(16), 3340-3345. Abstract.  Author URL.
Tregenza T, Attia F, Bushaiba SS (2009). Repeatability and heritability of sperm competition outcomes in males and females of Tribolium castaneum. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 63(6), 817-823. Abstract.
Gay L, Hosken DJ, Vasudev R, Tregenza T, Eady PE (2009). Sperm competition and maternal effects differentially influence testis and sperm size in Callosobruchus maculatus. J Evol Biol, 22(5), 1143-1150. Abstract.  Author URL.
Green K, Tregenza T (2009). The influence of male ejaculates on female mate search behaviour, oviposition and longevity in crickets. Animal Behaviour, 77(4), 887-892. Abstract.
Borsuk RM, Aarssen LW, Budden AE, Koricheva J, Leimu R, Tregenza T, Lortie CJ (2009). To name or not to name: the effect of changing author gender on peer review. BioScience, 59(11), 985-989. Abstract.
Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Ojanguren AF, Tregenza T (2008). Comment on "International conservation policy delivers benefits for birds in Europe". Science, 319(5866). Abstract.  Author URL.
Pincheira-Donoso D, Hodgson DJ, Tregenza T (2008). Comparative evidence for strong phylogenetic inertia in precloacal signalling glands in a species-rich lizard clade. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 10, 11-28.
Budden AE, Aarssen LW, Koricheva J, Leimu R, Lortie CJ, Tregenza T (2008). Does double-blind review favor female authors? Reply. FRONTIERS IN ECOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT, 6(7), 356-357. Author URL.
Leimu R, Lortie CJ, Aarssen L, Budden AE, Koricheva J, Tregenza T (2008). Does it pay to have a "bigwig" as a co-author?. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 6(8), 410-411.
Budden AE, Tregenza T, Aarssen W, Koricheva JK, Leimu R, Lortie CJ (2008). Double-blind review favours increased representation of female authors. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 23, 4-6.
Leimu R, Lortie CJ, Tregenza T, Koricheva J, Budden AE, Aarssen L (2008). How big are bigwigs?: a reply to Havens. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 6(10).
Wright, L, Tregenza, T. Hosken, D.J. (2008). Inbreeding, inbreeding depression and extinction. Conservation Genetics, 9, 833-843.
Smallegange IM, Tregenza T (2008). Local Competition Between Foraging Relatives: Growth and Survival of Bruchid Beetle Larvae. J Insect Behav, 21(5), 375-386. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Bretman, A, Dawson, D.A. Horsburgh, G.J. Tregenza, T. (2008). New microsatellite loci isolated from the field cricket <em>Gryllus bimaculatus</em> characterized in two cricket species, <em>Gryllus bimaculatus</em> and <em>Gryllus campestris</em>. Molecular Ecology Resources, 3, 191-195.
Edvardsson M, Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Tregenza T (2008). No evidence that female bruchid beetles, Callosobruchus maculatus, use remating to reduce costs of inbreeding. Animal Behaviour, 75(4), 1519-1524. Abstract.
Tregenza, T. Simmons, L.W. (2008). Nuptial gifts fail to resolve a sexual conflict in an insect. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 8 Full text.
Budden AE, Lortie CJ, Tregenza T, Aarssen L, Koricheva J, Leimu R (2008). Response to Webb et al.: Double-blind review: accept with minor revisions. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 23(7), 353-354.
Budden AE, Aarssen L, Koricheva J, Leimu R, Lortie CJ, Tregenza T (2008). Response to Whittaker: challenges in testing for gender bias. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 23(9), 480-481.
Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Bretman A, Hadfield JD, Tregenza T (2008). Sexual selection in the cricket <em>Gryllus bimaculatus</em>: No good genes?. Genetica, 132, 287-294.
Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Bretman A, Hadfield JD, Tregenza T (2008). Sexual selection in the cricket Gryllus bimaculatus: no good genes?. Genetica, 134(1), 129-136. Abstract.  Author URL.
Grod ON, Budden AE, Tregenza T, Koricheva J, Leimu R, Aarssen LW, Lortie CJ (2008). Systematic variation in reviewer practice according to country and gender in the field of ecology and evolution. PLoS One, 3(9). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Budden AE, Aarssen LW, Koricheva J, Leimu R, Lortie CJ, Tregenza T (2008). The authors respond. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 6(7), 354-355.
Pincheira-Donoso D, Hodgson DJ. Tregenza T (2008). The evolution of body size under environmental gradients in ectotherms: why should Bergmann's rule apply to lizards?. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 8 Full text.
Cornell S, Tregenza T (2007). A new theory for the evolution of polyandry as a means of inbreeding avoidance. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 274, 2873-2879.
Tregenza, T. Hodgson, D.J. (2007). Body size evolution in South American Liolaemus lizards of the boulengeri clade: a contrasting reassessment. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 20, 2067-2071.
Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Mirol PM, Segelbacher G, Ferná, ndez A, Tregenza T (2007). Genetic differentiation of an endangered capaercallie (<em>Tetrao urogallus</em>) population at the Southern edge of the species range. Conservation Genetics, 8, 659-670.
Edvardsson M, Champion de Crespigny FE, Tregenza T (2007). Mating behaviour: promiscuous mothers have healthier young. Curr Biol, 17(2), R66-R67. Abstract.  Author URL.
Lortie CJ, Aarssen LW, Budden AE, Korichva JK, Leimu R, Tregenza T (2007). Publication bias and merit in ecology. Oikos, 116, 1247-1253.
Bretman A, Tregenza T (2007). Strong, silent types: the rapid, adaptive disappearance of a sexual signal. Trends Ecol Evol, 22(5), 226-228. Abstract.  Author URL.
Lessells CM, Bennett ATD, Birkhead TR, Colegrave N, Dall SRX, Harvey PH, Hatchwell B, Hosken DJ, Hunt J, Moore AJ, et al (2006). Debating sexual selection and mating strategies. SCIENCE, 312(5774), 689-690. Author URL.
Lessells CM, Bennett ATD, Birkhead TR, Colegrave N, Dall SRX, Harvey PH, Hatchwell B, Hosken DJ, Hunt J, Moore AJ, et al (2006). Debating sexual selection and mating strategies [2]. Science, 312(5774), 689-690.
Shuker DM, Tregenza T (2006). Debating sexual selection and mating strategies [9]. Science, 312(5774), 693-694.
Hosken, DJ, Tregenza, T. (2006). Evolution; Inbreeding, Multiple mating and Embryonic Aid. Current Biology, 16(6), R202-R203.
Tregenza, T. Simmons, L.W. Wedell, N. & Zuk, M. (2006). Female preference for male courtship song and its role as a signal of immune function and condition. Animal Behaviour, 72, 809-118.
Tregenza T, Wedell N, Chapman T (2006). Introduction. Sexual conflict: a new paradigm?. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci, 361(1466), 229-234. Author URL.
Rodríguez-Muñoz, R. Tregenza, T. (2006). Male dominance determines female egg laying rate in crickets. Biology Letters, 2, 409-411.
Wedell, N. Beveridge, M. Tregenza, T. (2006). Post-copulatory inbreeding avoidance by female crickets only revealed by molecular markers. Molecular Ecology, 15(12), 3817-3824.
Shuker D & Tregenza T (2006). Reply to Roughgarden - Sexual selection happens. Science, 312, 693-694.
Wedell, N. Chapman, T.C. (2006). Sexual conflict - a new paradigm?. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 361, 229-234.
Kvarnemo, L. Lessells, C.M. Tregenza (2006). Sexual conflict and life histories. Animal Behaviour, 71, 999-1011.
Hosken DJ, Tregenza T (2005). Evolution: do bad husbands make good fathers?. Curr Biol, 15(20), R836-R838. Abstract.  Author URL.
Hosken, D.J. Tregenza, T (2005). Mate choice; Been there, done that. Current Biology, 15(23), R959-R961.
Tregenza T, Bretman AJ (2005). Measuring polyandry in wild populations: a case study using promiscuous crickets. Molecular Ecology, 14(7), 2169-2179.
Tregenza, T. Hosken DJ (2005). Sexual selection: Do bad husbands make good fathers?. Current Biology, 15(20), R836-R838.
Butlin RK, Tregenza T (2005). The way the world might be. J Evol Biol, 18(5), 1205-1208. Author URL.
Tregenza, T. (2005). Why do male <em>Callosobruchus maculatus</em> harm their mates?. Behavioral Ecology, 16, 788-793.
Tregenza, T. (2004). Divergence revealed by population crosses in the red flour beetle <em>Tribolium castaneum</em>. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 6, 927-935.
Radwan, J. Kotiaho, J.S. (2004). Genic capture and resolving the lek paradox. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 19, 323-328.
Bretman AJ, Wedell N, Tregenza T (2004). Molecular evidence of post-copulatory inbreeding avoidance in the field cricket Gryllus bimaculatus. Proceedings of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences, 271(1535), 159-164.
Wedell, N. (2004). Proceedings of the Royal Society B 271, 'Molecular evidence of post-copulatory inbreeding avoidance in the field cricket <em>Gryllus bimaculatus</em>'. , 159-164.
Tregenza T (2003). Evolution: the battle between the sexes. Nature, 423(6943), 929-930. Author URL.
Tregenza T, Hosken DJ, Ward PI, Wedell N (2003). Maternal effects on offspring depend on female mating pattern and offspring environment in yellow dung flies. Evolution, 57(2), 297-304.
Bretman, A.J. Tregenza, T. (2003). Microsatellite loci for the field cricket, <em>Gryllus bimaculatus</em> and their cross-utility in other species of Orthoptera. Molecular Ecology Notes, 3, 191-195.
Hosken DJ, Garner, T.W.J. Tregenza, T. Wedell N, Ward PI (2003). Superior sperm competitors sire higher quality young. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 270, 1933-1938.
Tregenza, T. (2003). The battle between the sexes. Nature, 423, 929-930.
Tregenza, T. Butlin, R.K. (2003). Transitions in cuticular composition across a hybrid zone – historical accident or environmental adaptation?. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 78, 193-201.
Tregenza, T. (2002). Divergence and reproductive isolation in the early stages of speciation. Genetica, 116, 291-300.
Finn, J. Paul, D. (2002). Extreme sexual size dimorphism. New Zealand Journal of Freshwater and Marine Biology, 36, 733-736.
Norman MD, Paul D, Finn J, Tregenza T (2002). First encounter with a live male blanket octopus: the world's most sexually size-dimorphic large animal. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 36(4), 733-736. Abstract.
Tregenza, T. (2002). Gender bias in the refereeing process?. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 349-350.
Ward PI, Wedell, N. Hosken, D.J. Tregenza T (2002). Measuring the sperm competition successes of field males of the yellow dung fly. Ecological Entomology, 27, 763-765.
Tregenza, T. Wedell, N. (2002). Oviposition preference and geographic specialization by the mrymecophilous butterfly <em>Jalmenus evagoras</em> (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) in response to attendant ants. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 15, 861-870.
Fraser AM, Tregenza T, Wedell N, Elgar MA, Pierce NE (2002). Oviposition tests of ant preference in a myrmecophilous butterfly. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 15(5), 861-870. Abstract.
Tregenza T, Wedell N (2002). Polyandrous females avoid costs of inbreeding. Nature, 415(6867), 71-73.
Pritchard, V.L. Butlin, R.K. (2002). The origins of postmating reproductive isolation: testing hypotheses in the grasshopper <em>Chorthippus parallelus</em>. Population Ecology, 44, 137-144.
Finn, J. Tregenza, T. (2001).  Dynamic mimicry in an Indo-Malayan octopus. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 268, 1755-1758.
Butlin, R.K. Zuk, M. (2001). Sexual selection and speciation. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 16, 364-371.
Pritchard, V.L. Butlin, R.K. (2000).  Patterns of trait divergence between populations of the Meadow Grasshopper, <em>Chorthippus parallelus</em>. Evolution, 54, 574-585.
Liimatainen, J.O. Tregenza, T. Hoikkala, A. (2000). Courtship signals and mate choice of the flies of inbred <em>Drosophila montana</em> strains. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 13, 583-592.
Payne RJH, Krakauer DC (2000). Disruptive sexual selection. TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION, 15(10), 419-420. Author URL.
Bridle JR, Jiggins CD, Tregenza T (2000). Disruptive sexual selection - Reply. TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION, 15(10), 420-420. Author URL.
Payne RJH, Krakauer DC, Bridle JR, Jiggins CD, Tregenza T (2000). Disruptive sexual selection [3] (multiple letters). Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 15(10), 419-420.
Butlin RK, Tregenza T (2000). Erratum: Levels of genetic polymorphism: Marker loci versus quantitative traits (Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B (February 1998) 353 (187-198)). Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 355(1404).
Tregenza, T. (2000). Evolutionarily dynamic sperm. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 15, 85-86.
Tregenza T, Butlin RK, Wedell N (2000). Evolutionary biology: Sexual conflict and speciation. Nature, 407(6801), 149-150.
Tregenza T, Wedell N (2000). Genetic compatibility, mate choice and patterns of parentage: invited review. Mol Ecol, 9(8), 1013-1027. Abstract.  Author URL.
Buckley, S.H. Pritchard, V.L. Butlin, R.K. (2000). Inter- and intrapopulation effects of sex and age on epicuticular composition of meadow grasshopper, <em>Chorthippus parallelus</em>. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 26, 257-278.
Butlin RK, Tregenza T (2000). Levels of genetic polymorphism: marker loci versus quantitative traits (vol B353, pg 187, 1998). PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, 355(1404), 1865-1865. Author URL.
Jiggins, C. Tregenza, T. (2000). Reply to Payne and Krakauer. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 15
Tregenza T, Butlin RK, Wedell N (2000). Sexual conflict and speciation. Nature, 407(6801), 149-150. Author URL.
Wedell, N. Butlin, R.K. (2000). Speciation and sexual conflict. Nature, 407, 149-150.
Pritchard, V.L. Butlin, R.K. (2000). The origins of premating reproductive isolation: testing hypotheses in the grasshopper <em>Chorthippus parallelus</em>. Evolution, 54, 1687-1698.
Finn, J. Tregenza, T. (1999).  Female impersonation as an alternative reproductive strategy in giant cuttlefish. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 266, 1347-1349.
Tregenza T, Butlin RK (1999). Erratum: Speciation without isolation (Nature (1999) 400 (311-312)). Nature, 400(6744).
Wedell N, Tregenza T (1999). SUCCESSFUL FATHERS SIRE SUCCESSFUL SONS. Evolution, 53(2), 620-625. Abstract.  Author URL.
Butlin, R.K. (1999). Speciation without isolation. Nature, 400, 311-312.
Tregenza T, Butlin RK (1999). Speciation without isolation (vol 400, pg 311, 1999). NATURE, 400(6744), 513-513. Author URL.
Tregenza, T. (1999). Successful fathers sire successful sons. Evolution, 53, 620-625.
Tregenza T, Wedell N (1998). BENEFITS OF MULTIPLE MATES IN THE CRICKET GRYLLUS BIMACULATUS. Evolution, 52(6), 1726-1730. Abstract.  Author URL.
Wedell, N. (1998). Benefits of multiple mates in the cricket <em>Gryllus bimaculatus</em>. Evolution, 52, 1726-1730.
Tregenza, T. (1998). Levels of genetic polymorphism: marker loci versus quantitative traits. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 353, 187-198.
Thompson, D.J. (1998). Unequal competitor ideal free distribution in fish?. Evolution and Ecology, 12, 655-666.
Tregenza, T. (1997). Alphabetical orders. Nature, 388
Tregenza, T. (1997). Darwin a better name than Wallace?. Nature, 385
Wedell, N. (1997). Definitive evidence for cuticular pheromones in a cricket. Animal Behaviour, 54, 979-984.
Butlin RK, Tregenza T (1997). Evolutionary biology - is speciation no accident?. NATURE, 387(6633), 551-&. Author URL.
Tregenza, T. (1997). Is speciation no accident?. Nature, 387, 551-552.
Wedell, N. (1997). Natural selection bias?. Nature, 386
Tregenza, T. Butlin, R.K. (1997). Speciation and signal trait genetics. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 12, 299-301.
Bridle, J.R. (1997). The diversity of speciation. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 12, 382-383.
Tregenza T (1997). What's up, doc?. New Scientist, 155(2099).
Shaw, J.J. Thompson, D.J. (1996). An experimental investigation of a new ideal free distribution model. Evolution and Ecology, 10, 45-49.
Parker, G.A. Thompson, D.J. (1996). Interference and the ideal free distribution: Models and tests. Behavioral Ecology, 7, 379-386.
Thompson, D.J. Parker, G.A. (1996). Interference and the ideal free distribution: Oviposition in a parasitoid wasp. Behavioral Ecology, 7, 387-394.
Tregenza T, Hack MA, Thompson DJ (1996). Relative competitive success of unequal competitors changes with overall density. OIKOS, 77(1), 158-162. Author URL.
Hack, M.A. Thompson, D.J. (1996). Relative success of unequal competitors changes with overall density. Oikos, 77, 158-162.
Tregenza, T. (1995). Building on the ideal free distribution. Adv.Ecol.Res, 26, 253-302.
TREGENZA T (1995). DREAM TEAMS. NEW SCIENTIST, 148(2000), 59-59. Author URL.
Tregenza, T. Parker, G.A. Harvey, I.F. (1995). Evolutionarily stable foraging speeds in feeding scrambles: a model and an experimental test. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 260, 273-277.
Tregenza, T. (1994). Common misconceptions in applying the ideal free distribution. Animal Behaviour, 47, 485-487.

Chapters

Tregenza, T. (2007). Mimicry as deceptive resemblance: beyond the one-trick ponies. In Dautenhahnand K, Nehaniv CL (Eds.) Imitation and Social Learning in Robots, Humans and Animals: Behavioural, Social and Communicative Dimensions, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 441-453.  Author URL.
Tregenza T & Butlin RK (1999). Genetic diversity: Do marker genes tell us the whole story?. In Magurran AE, May RM (Eds.) Evolution of Biological Diversity, 37-55.

Conferences

Christmas JT, Everson RM, Rodriguez-Munoz R, Tregenza T (2013). Variational Bayesian Tracking: Whole Track Convergence for Large Scale Ecological Video Monitoring. IEEE International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN). 5th - 9th Aug 2013. Full text.
Christmas J, Everson R, Rodriguez-Munoz R, Tregenza T, IEEE (2013). Variational Bayesian Tracking: Whole Track Convergence for Large-scale Ecological Video Monitoring.  Author URL.

Publications by year


In Press

Fisher DN, Ilany A, Silk MJ, Tregenza T (In Press). Analysing animal social network dynamics: the potential of stochastic actor-oriented models. J Anim Ecol, 86(2), 202-212. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Baxter SW, Hoffman JI, Tregenza T, Wedell N, Hosken DJ (In Press). EB Ford revisited: assessing the long-term stability of wing-spot patterns and population genetic structure of the meadow brown butterfly on the Isles of Scilly. Heredity (Edinb), 118(4), 322-329. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Pitchers W, Wolf JB, Tregenza T, Hunt J, Dworkin I (In Press). Evolutionary rates for multivariate traits: the role of selection and genetic variation. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci, 369(1649). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Harrison XA, Bearhop S, Inger R, Colhoun K, Gudmundsson GA, Hodgson DJ, McElwaine G, Tregenza T (In Press). Heterozygosity-Fitness Correlations in a Migratory Bird: an analysis of inbreeding and single locus effects. Molecular Ecology
Hopwood P, Moore, AJ, Tregenza T, Royle N (In Press). Niche variation and the maintenance of variation in body size in a burying beetle.
Lane SM, Dickinson AW, Tregenza T, House CM (In Press). Sexual Selection on male cuticular hydrocarbons via male-male competition and female choice. J Evol Biol, 29(7), 1346-1355. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Hopwood PE, Moore AJ, Tregenza T, Royle NJ (In Press). The effect of size and sex ratio experiences on reproductive competition in Nicrophorus vespilloides burying beetles in the wild. J Evol Biol, 29(3), 541-550. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Fisher DN, Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Tregenza T (In Press). Wild cricket social networks show stability across generations. BMC Evol Biol, 16 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

2018

Fisher DN, David M, Rodriguez-Munoz R, Tregenza T (2018). Lifespan and age, but not residual reproductive value or condition, are related to behaviour in wild field crickets. ETHOLOGY, 124(5), 338-346. Author URL.  Full text.
Pincheira-Donoso D, Tregenza T, Butlin RK, Hodgson DJ (2018). Sexes and species as rival units of niche saturation during community assembly. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 27(5), 593-603. Abstract.  Full text.

2017

Dutta R, Tregenza T, Balakrishnan R (2017). Reproductive isolation in the acoustically divergent groups of tettigoniid, Mecopoda elongata. PLoS One, 12(11). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

2016

Fisher DN, Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Tregenza T (2016). Comparing pre- and post-copulatory mate competition using social network analysis in wild crickets. Behav Ecol, 27(3), 912-919. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Hopwood PE, Moore AJ, Tregenza T, Royle NJ (2016). Erratum to Male burying beetles extend, not reduce, parental care duration when reproductive competition is high [J. Evol. Biol. 28: 1394-1402]. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 29(1).
Lane SM, Haughan AE, Evans D, Tregenza T, House CM (2016). Same-sex sexual behaviour as a dominance display. Animal Behaviour, 114, 113-118. Abstract.  Full text.

2015

Fisher DN, James A, Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Tregenza T (2015). Behaviour in captivity predicts some aspects of natural behaviour, but not others, in a wild cricket population. Proc Biol Sci, 282(1809). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Fisher DN, David M, Tregenza T, Rodríguez-Muñoz R (2015). Dynamics of among-individual behavioral variation over adult lifespan in a wild insect. Behav Ecol, 26(4), 975-985. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Hopwood PE, Moore AJ, Tregenza T, Royle NJ (2015). Male burying beetles extend, not reduce, parental care duration when reproductive competition is high. J Evol Biol, 28(7), 1394-1402. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.

2014

Silk MJ, Croft DP, Tregenza T, Bearhop S (2014). The importance of fission-fusion social group dynamics in birds. IBIS, 156(4), 701-715. Author URL.
Pitchers WR, Klingenberg CP, Tregenza T, Hunt J, Dworkin I (2014). The potential influence of morphology on the evolutionary divergence of an acoustic signal. J Evol Biol, 27(10), 2163-2176. Abstract.  Author URL.
Neenan STV, Hodgson DJ, Tregenza T, Boothroyd D, Ellis CD (2014). The suitability of VIE tags to assess stock enhancement success in juvenile European lobsters (Homarus gammarus). Aquaculture Research Abstract.

2013

Veen T, Faulks J, Tyler F, Lloyd J, Tregenza T (2013). Diverse reproductive barriers in hybridising crickets suggests extensive variation in the evolution and maintenance of isolation. Evolutionary Ecology, 27(5), 993-1015. Abstract.
Harrison XA, Hodgson DJ, Inger R, Colhoun K, Gudmundsson GA, McElwaine G, Tregenza T, Bearhop S (2013). Environmental conditions during breeding modify the strength of mass-dependent carry-over effects in a migratory bird. PLoS One, 8(10). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Tyler F, Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Tregenza T (2013). Fertilisation and early developmental barriers to hybridisation in field crickets. BMC Evol Biol, 13 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Pitchers WR, Brooks R, Jennions MD, Tregenza T, Dworkin I, Hunt J (2013). Limited plasticity in the phenotypic variance-covariance matrix for male advertisement calls in the black field cricket, Teleogryllus commodus. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 26(5), 1060-1078. Abstract.
Pitchers WR, Brooks R, Jennions MD, Tregenza T, Dworkin I, Hunt J (2013). Limited plasticity in the phenotypic variance-covariance matrix for male advertisement calls in the black field cricket, Teleogryllus commodus. J Evol Biol, 26(5), 1060-1078. Abstract.  Author URL.
Tyler F, Harrison XA, Bretman A, Veen T, Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Tregenza T (2013). Multiple post-mating barriers to hybridization in field crickets. Molecular Ecology, 22(6), 1640-1649. Abstract.
Wright LI, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, McGowan A, Tregenza T, Broderick AC (2013). No benefits of polyandry to female green turtles. Behavioral Ecology, 24(4), 1022-1029. Abstract.
Attisano A, Tregenza T, Moore AJ, Moore PJ (2013). Oosorption and migratory strategy of the milkweed bug, Oncopeltus fasciatus. Animal Behaviour, 86(3), 651-657. Abstract.
Attisano A, Tregenza T, Moore AJ, Moore PJ (2013). Oosorption and migratory strategy of the milkweed bug, Oncopeltus fasciatus. Animal Behaviour
Pincheira-Donoso D, Tregenza T, Witt MJ, Hodgson DJ (2013). The evolution of viviparity opens opportunities for lizard radiation but drives it into a climatic cul-de-sac. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 22(7), 857-867. Abstract.
Christmas JT, Everson RM, Rodriguez-Munoz R, Tregenza T (2013). Variational Bayesian Tracking: Whole Track Convergence for Large Scale Ecological Video Monitoring. IEEE International Joint Conference on Neural Networks (IJCNN). 5th - 9th Aug 2013. Full text.
Christmas J, Everson R, Rodriguez-Munoz R, Tregenza T, IEEE (2013). Variational Bayesian Tracking: Whole Track Convergence for Large-scale Ecological Video Monitoring.  Author URL.
Tyler F, Tregenza T (2013). Why do so many flour beetle copulations fail?. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 146(1), 199-206. Abstract.

2012

Veen T, Faulks J, Tyler F, Lloyd J, Tregenza T (2012). Diverse reproductive barriers in hybridising crickets suggests extensive variation in the evolution and maintenance of isolation. Evolutionary Ecology, 1-23.
Wright LI, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, McGowan A, Tregenza T, Broderick AC (2012). Reconstruction of paternal genotypes over multiple breeding seasons reveals male green turtles do not breed annually. Molecular Ecology, 21(14), 3625-3635. Abstract.
Wright LI, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, McGowan A, Tregenza T, Broderick AC (2012). Reconstruction of paternal genotypes over multiple breeding seasons reveals male green turtles do not breed annually. Mol Ecol, 21(14), 3625-3635. Abstract.  Author URL.
Sharma MD, Griffin RM, Hollis J, Tregenza T, Hosken DJ (2012). Reinvestigating good genes benefits of mate choice in Drosophila simulans. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 106(2), 295-306. Abstract.
Sharma MD, Mitchell C, Hunt J, Tregenza T, Hosken DJ (2012). The genetics of cuticular hydrocarbon profiles in the Fruit Fly Drosophila simulans. J Hered, 103(2), 230-239. Abstract.  Author URL.
Wright LI, Stokes KL, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, McGowan A, Snape R, Tregenza T, Broderick AC (2012). Turtle mating patterns buffer against disruptive effects of climate change. Proc Biol Sci, 279(1736), 2122-2127. Abstract.  Author URL.
Tyler F, Tregenza T (2012). Why do so many flour beetle copulations fail. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata

2011

Pincheira-Donoso D, Tregenza T (2011). Fecundity Selection and the Evolution of Reproductive Output and Sex-Specific Body Size in the Liolaemus Lizard Adaptive Radiation. Evolutionary Biology, 38(2), 197-207. Abstract.
Bretman A, Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Walling C, Slate J, Tregenza T (2011). Fine-scale population structure, inbreeding risk and avoidance in a wild insect population. Mol Ecol, 20(14), 3045-3055. Abstract.  Author URL.
Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Bretman A, Tregenza T (2011). Guarding males protect females from predation in a wild insect. Curr Biol, 21(20), 1716-1719. Abstract.  Author URL.
Harrison XA, Bearhop S, Inger R, Colhoun K, Gudmundsson GA, Hodgson D, McElwaine G, Tregenza T (2011). Heterozygosity-fitness correlations in a migratory bird: an analysis of inbreeding and single-locus effects. Molecular ecology, 20(22), 4786-4795. Abstract.
Sinclair BJ, Bretman A, Tregenza T, Tomkins JL, Hosken DJ (2011). Metabolic rate does not decrease with starvation in Gryllus bimaculatus when changing fuel use is taken into account. Physiological Entomology, 36(1), 84-89. Abstract.
Veen T, Faulks J, Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Tregenza T (2011). Premating reproductive barriers between hybridising cricket species differing in their degree of polyandry. PLoS One, 6(5). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Sharma MD, Tregenza T, Hosken DJ (2011). Sex combs, allometry, and asymmetry in Drosophila. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 103(4), 923-934. Abstract.
Gay L, Hosken DJ, Eady P, Vasudev R, Tregenza T (2011). The evolution of harm--effect of sexual conflicts and population size. Evolution, 65(3), 725-737. Abstract.  Author URL.
Gay L, Brown E, Tregenza T, Pincheira-Donoso D, Eady PE, Vasudev R, Hunt J, Hosken DJ (2011). The genetic architecture of sexual conflict: male harm and female resistance in Callosobruchus maculatus. J Evol Biol, 24(2), 449-456. Abstract.  Author URL.
Lewis Z, Champion de Crespigny FE, Sait SM, Tregenza T, Wedell N (2011). Wolbachia infection lowers fertile sperm transfer in a moth. Biol Lett, 7(2), 187-189. Abstract.  Author URL.

2010

Harrison XA, Tregenza T, Inger R, Colhoun K, Dawson DA, Gudmundsson GA, Hodgson DJ, Horsburgh GJ, McElwaine G, Bearhop S, et al (2010). Cultural Inheritance Drives Site Fidelity and Migratory Connectivity in a Long Distance Migrant. Molecular Ecology, 19(24), 5484-5496.
Brown EA, Gay L, Vasudev R, Tregenza T, Eady PE, Hosken DJ (2010). Erratum: Negative phenotypic and genetic associations between copulation duration and longevity in male seed beetles (Heredity (2010) 105 (576) DOI:10.1038/hdy.2010.132). Heredity, 105(6).
Sharma MD, Tregenza T, Hosken DJ (2010). Female mate preferences in Drosophila simulans: evolution and costs. J Evol Biol, 23(8), 1672-1679. Abstract.  Author URL.
Arnqvist G, Dowling DK, Eady P, Gay L, Tregenza T, Tuda M, Hosken DJ (2010). Genetic architecture of metabolic rate: environment specific epistasis between mitochondrial and nuclear genes in an insect. Evolution, 64(12), 3354-3363. Abstract.  Author URL.
Holwell GI, Winnick C, Tregenza T, Herberstein ME (2010). Genital shape correlates with sperm transfer success in the praying mantis Ciulfina klassi (Insecta: Mantodea). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 64(4), 617-625. Abstract.
Harrison XA, Dawson DA, Horsburgh GJ, Tregenza T, Bearhop S (2010). Isolation, characterisation and predicted genome locations of Light-bellied Brent goose (Branta bernicla hrota) microsatellite loci (Anatidae, AVES). Conservation Genetics Resources, 2, 365-371.
Harrison XA, Dawson DA, Horsburgh GJ, Tregenza T, Bearhop S (2010). Isolation, characterisation and predicted genome locations of Light-bellied Brent goose (Branta bernicla hrota) microsatellite loci (Anatidae, AVES). Conservation Genetics Resources, 1-7.
Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Bretman A, Slate J, Walling CA, Tregenza T (2010). Natural and sexual selection in a wild insect population. Science, 328(5983), 1269-1272. Abstract.  Author URL.
Schuett W, Tregenza T, Dall SRX (2010). Sexual selection and animal personality. Biol Rev Camb Philos Soc, 85(2), 217-246. Abstract.  Author URL.

2009

Pincheira-Donoso D, Hodgson DJ, Stipala J, Tregenza T (2009). A phylogenetic analysis of sex-specific evolution of ecological morphology in Liolaemus lizards. Ecological Research, 24(6), 1223-1231. Abstract.
Davies TE, Beanjara N, Tregenza T (2009). A socio-economic perspective on gear-based management in an artisanal fishery in south-west Madagascar. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 16(4), 279-289. Abstract.
Gay L, Eady PE, Vasudev R, Hosken DJ, Tregenza T (2009). Costly sexual harassment in a beetle. Physiological Entomology, 34(1), 86-92. Abstract.
Finn JK, Tregenza T, Norman MD (2009). Defensive tool use in a coconut-carrying octopus. Curr Biol, 19(23), R1069-R1070. Author URL.
Aarssen LW, Lortie CJ, Budden AE, Koricheva J, Leimu R, Tregenza T (2009). Does publication in top-tier journals affect reviewer behavior?. PLoS One, 4(7). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Gay L, Eady PE, Vasudev R, Hosken DJ, Tregenza T (2009). Does reproductive isolation evolve faster in larger populations via sexually antagonistic coevolution?. Biol Lett, 5(5), 693-696. Abstract.  Author URL.
Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Tregenza T (2009). Genetic compatibility and hatching success in the sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus). Biol Lett, 5(2), 286-288. Abstract.  Author URL.
Hosken DJ, Stockley P, Tregenza T, Wedell N (2009). Monogamy and the battle of the sexes. Annu Rev Entomol, 54, 361-378. Abstract.  Author URL.
Brown EA, Gay L, Vasudev R, Tregenza T, Eady PE, Hosken DJ (2009). Negative phenotypic and genetic associations between copulation duration and longevity in male seed beetles. Heredity, 103(6), 340-345.
Brown EA, Gay L, Vasudev R, Tregenza T, Eady PE, Hosken DJ (2009). Negative phenotypic and genetic associations between copulation duration and longevity in male seed beetles. Heredity (Edinb), 103(4), 340-345. Abstract.  Author URL.
Finn J, Tregenza T, Norman M (2009). Preparing the perfect cuttlefish meal: complex prey handling by dolphins. PLoS One, 4(1). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Bretman A, Newcombe D, Tregenza T (2009). Promiscuous females avoid inbreeding by controlling sperm storage. Mol Ecol, 18(16), 3340-3345. Abstract.  Author URL.
Tregenza T, Attia F, Bushaiba SS (2009). Repeatability and heritability of sperm competition outcomes in males and females of Tribolium castaneum. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 63(6), 817-823. Abstract.
Gay L, Hosken DJ, Vasudev R, Tregenza T, Eady PE (2009). Sperm competition and maternal effects differentially influence testis and sperm size in Callosobruchus maculatus. J Evol Biol, 22(5), 1143-1150. Abstract.  Author URL.
Green K, Tregenza T (2009). The influence of male ejaculates on female mate search behaviour, oviposition and longevity in crickets. Animal Behaviour, 77(4), 887-892. Abstract.
Borsuk RM, Aarssen LW, Budden AE, Koricheva J, Leimu R, Tregenza T, Lortie CJ (2009). To name or not to name: the effect of changing author gender on peer review. BioScience, 59(11), 985-989. Abstract.

2008

Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Ojanguren AF, Tregenza T (2008). Comment on "International conservation policy delivers benefits for birds in Europe". Science, 319(5866). Abstract.  Author URL.
Pincheira-Donoso D, Hodgson DJ, Tregenza T (2008). Comparative evidence for strong phylogenetic inertia in precloacal signalling glands in a species-rich lizard clade. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 10, 11-28.
Budden AE, Aarssen LW, Koricheva J, Leimu R, Lortie CJ, Tregenza T (2008). Does double-blind review favor female authors? Reply. FRONTIERS IN ECOLOGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT, 6(7), 356-357. Author URL.
Leimu R, Lortie CJ, Aarssen L, Budden AE, Koricheva J, Tregenza T (2008). Does it pay to have a "bigwig" as a co-author?. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 6(8), 410-411.
Budden AE, Tregenza T, Aarssen W, Koricheva JK, Leimu R, Lortie CJ (2008). Double-blind review favours increased representation of female authors. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 23, 4-6.
Leimu R, Lortie CJ, Tregenza T, Koricheva J, Budden AE, Aarssen L (2008). How big are bigwigs?: a reply to Havens. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 6(10).
Wright, L, Tregenza, T. Hosken, D.J. (2008). Inbreeding, inbreeding depression and extinction. Conservation Genetics, 9, 833-843.
Smallegange IM, Tregenza T (2008). Local Competition Between Foraging Relatives: Growth and Survival of Bruchid Beetle Larvae. J Insect Behav, 21(5), 375-386. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Bretman, A, Dawson, D.A. Horsburgh, G.J. Tregenza, T. (2008). New microsatellite loci isolated from the field cricket <em>Gryllus bimaculatus</em> characterized in two cricket species, <em>Gryllus bimaculatus</em> and <em>Gryllus campestris</em>. Molecular Ecology Resources, 3, 191-195.
Edvardsson M, Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Tregenza T (2008). No evidence that female bruchid beetles, Callosobruchus maculatus, use remating to reduce costs of inbreeding. Animal Behaviour, 75(4), 1519-1524. Abstract.
Tregenza, T. Simmons, L.W. (2008). Nuptial gifts fail to resolve a sexual conflict in an insect. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 8 Full text.
Budden AE, Lortie CJ, Tregenza T, Aarssen L, Koricheva J, Leimu R (2008). Response to Webb et al.: Double-blind review: accept with minor revisions. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 23(7), 353-354.
Budden AE, Aarssen L, Koricheva J, Leimu R, Lortie CJ, Tregenza T (2008). Response to Whittaker: challenges in testing for gender bias. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 23(9), 480-481.
Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Bretman A, Hadfield JD, Tregenza T (2008). Sexual selection in the cricket <em>Gryllus bimaculatus</em>: No good genes?. Genetica, 132, 287-294.
Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Bretman A, Hadfield JD, Tregenza T (2008). Sexual selection in the cricket Gryllus bimaculatus: no good genes?. Genetica, 134(1), 129-136. Abstract.  Author URL.
Grod ON, Budden AE, Tregenza T, Koricheva J, Leimu R, Aarssen LW, Lortie CJ (2008). Systematic variation in reviewer practice according to country and gender in the field of ecology and evolution. PLoS One, 3(9). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Budden AE, Aarssen LW, Koricheva J, Leimu R, Lortie CJ, Tregenza T (2008). The authors respond. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 6(7), 354-355.
Pincheira-Donoso D, Hodgson DJ. Tregenza T (2008). The evolution of body size under environmental gradients in ectotherms: why should Bergmann's rule apply to lizards?. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 8 Full text.

2007

Cornell S, Tregenza T (2007). A new theory for the evolution of polyandry as a means of inbreeding avoidance. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 274, 2873-2879.
Tregenza, T. Hodgson, D.J. (2007). Body size evolution in South American Liolaemus lizards of the boulengeri clade: a contrasting reassessment. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 20, 2067-2071.
Rodríguez-Muñoz R, Mirol PM, Segelbacher G, Ferná, ndez A, Tregenza T (2007). Genetic differentiation of an endangered capaercallie (<em>Tetrao urogallus</em>) population at the Southern edge of the species range. Conservation Genetics, 8, 659-670.
Edvardsson M, Champion de Crespigny FE, Tregenza T (2007). Mating behaviour: promiscuous mothers have healthier young. Curr Biol, 17(2), R66-R67. Abstract.  Author URL.
Tregenza, T. (2007). Mimicry as deceptive resemblance: beyond the one-trick ponies. In Dautenhahnand K, Nehaniv CL (Eds.) Imitation and Social Learning in Robots, Humans and Animals: Behavioural, Social and Communicative Dimensions, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 441-453.  Author URL.
Lortie CJ, Aarssen LW, Budden AE, Korichva JK, Leimu R, Tregenza T (2007). Publication bias and merit in ecology. Oikos, 116, 1247-1253.
Bretman A, Tregenza T (2007). Strong, silent types: the rapid, adaptive disappearance of a sexual signal. Trends Ecol Evol, 22(5), 226-228. Abstract.  Author URL.

2006

Lessells CM, Bennett ATD, Birkhead TR, Colegrave N, Dall SRX, Harvey PH, Hatchwell B, Hosken DJ, Hunt J, Moore AJ, et al (2006). Debating sexual selection and mating strategies. SCIENCE, 312(5774), 689-690. Author URL.
Lessells CM, Bennett ATD, Birkhead TR, Colegrave N, Dall SRX, Harvey PH, Hatchwell B, Hosken DJ, Hunt J, Moore AJ, et al (2006). Debating sexual selection and mating strategies [2]. Science, 312(5774), 689-690.
Shuker DM, Tregenza T (2006). Debating sexual selection and mating strategies [9]. Science, 312(5774), 693-694.
Hosken, DJ, Tregenza, T. (2006). Evolution; Inbreeding, Multiple mating and Embryonic Aid. Current Biology, 16(6), R202-R203.
Tregenza, T. Simmons, L.W. Wedell, N. & Zuk, M. (2006). Female preference for male courtship song and its role as a signal of immune function and condition. Animal Behaviour, 72, 809-118.
Tregenza T, Wedell N, Chapman T (2006). Introduction. Sexual conflict: a new paradigm?. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci, 361(1466), 229-234. Author URL.
Rodríguez-Muñoz, R. Tregenza, T. (2006). Male dominance determines female egg laying rate in crickets. Biology Letters, 2, 409-411.
Wedell, N. Beveridge, M. Tregenza, T. (2006). Post-copulatory inbreeding avoidance by female crickets only revealed by molecular markers. Molecular Ecology, 15(12), 3817-3824.
Shuker D & Tregenza T (2006). Reply to Roughgarden - Sexual selection happens. Science, 312, 693-694.
Wedell, N. Chapman, T.C. (2006). Sexual conflict - a new paradigm?. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 361, 229-234.
Kvarnemo, L. Lessells, C.M. Tregenza (2006). Sexual conflict and life histories. Animal Behaviour, 71, 999-1011.

2005

Hosken DJ, Tregenza T (2005). Evolution: do bad husbands make good fathers?. Curr Biol, 15(20), R836-R838. Abstract.  Author URL.
Hosken, D.J. Tregenza, T (2005). Mate choice; Been there, done that. Current Biology, 15(23), R959-R961.
Tregenza T, Bretman AJ (2005). Measuring polyandry in wild populations: a case study using promiscuous crickets. Molecular Ecology, 14(7), 2169-2179.
Tregenza, T. Hosken DJ (2005). Sexual selection: Do bad husbands make good fathers?. Current Biology, 15(20), R836-R838.
Butlin RK, Tregenza T (2005). The way the world might be. J Evol Biol, 18(5), 1205-1208. Author URL.
Tregenza, T. (2005). Why do male <em>Callosobruchus maculatus</em> harm their mates?. Behavioral Ecology, 16, 788-793.

2004

Tregenza, T. (2004). Divergence revealed by population crosses in the red flour beetle <em>Tribolium castaneum</em>. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 6, 927-935.
Radwan, J. Kotiaho, J.S. (2004). Genic capture and resolving the lek paradox. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 19, 323-328.
Bretman AJ, Wedell N, Tregenza T (2004). Molecular evidence of post-copulatory inbreeding avoidance in the field cricket Gryllus bimaculatus. Proceedings of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences, 271(1535), 159-164.
Wedell, N. (2004). Proceedings of the Royal Society B 271, 'Molecular evidence of post-copulatory inbreeding avoidance in the field cricket <em>Gryllus bimaculatus</em>'. , 159-164.

2003

Tregenza T (2003). Evolution: the battle between the sexes. Nature, 423(6943), 929-930. Author URL.
Tregenza T, Hosken DJ, Ward PI, Wedell N (2003). Maternal effects on offspring depend on female mating pattern and offspring environment in yellow dung flies. Evolution, 57(2), 297-304.
Bretman, A.J. Tregenza, T. (2003). Microsatellite loci for the field cricket, <em>Gryllus bimaculatus</em> and their cross-utility in other species of Orthoptera. Molecular Ecology Notes, 3, 191-195.
Hosken DJ, Garner, T.W.J. Tregenza, T. Wedell N, Ward PI (2003). Superior sperm competitors sire higher quality young. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B, 270, 1933-1938.
Tregenza, T. (2003). The battle between the sexes. Nature, 423, 929-930.
Tregenza, T. Butlin, R.K. (2003). Transitions in cuticular composition across a hybrid zone – historical accident or environmental adaptation?. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 78, 193-201.

2002

Tregenza, T. (2002). Divergence and reproductive isolation in the early stages of speciation. Genetica, 116, 291-300.
Finn, J. Paul, D. (2002). Extreme sexual size dimorphism. New Zealand Journal of Freshwater and Marine Biology, 36, 733-736.
Norman MD, Paul D, Finn J, Tregenza T (2002). First encounter with a live male blanket octopus: the world's most sexually size-dimorphic large animal. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 36(4), 733-736. Abstract.
Tregenza, T. (2002). Gender bias in the refereeing process?. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 349-350.
Ward PI, Wedell, N. Hosken, D.J. Tregenza T (2002). Measuring the sperm competition successes of field males of the yellow dung fly. Ecological Entomology, 27, 763-765.
Tregenza, T. Wedell, N. (2002). Oviposition preference and geographic specialization by the mrymecophilous butterfly <em>Jalmenus evagoras</em> (Lepidoptera: Lycaenidae) in response to attendant ants. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 15, 861-870.
Fraser AM, Tregenza T, Wedell N, Elgar MA, Pierce NE (2002). Oviposition tests of ant preference in a myrmecophilous butterfly. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 15(5), 861-870. Abstract.
Tregenza T, Wedell N (2002). Polyandrous females avoid costs of inbreeding. Nature, 415(6867), 71-73.
Pritchard, V.L. Butlin, R.K. (2002). The origins of postmating reproductive isolation: testing hypotheses in the grasshopper <em>Chorthippus parallelus</em>. Population Ecology, 44, 137-144.

2001

Finn, J. Tregenza, T. (2001).  Dynamic mimicry in an Indo-Malayan octopus. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 268, 1755-1758.
Butlin, R.K. Zuk, M. (2001). Sexual selection and speciation. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 16, 364-371.

2000

Pritchard, V.L. Butlin, R.K. (2000).  Patterns of trait divergence between populations of the Meadow Grasshopper, <em>Chorthippus parallelus</em>. Evolution, 54, 574-585.
Liimatainen, J.O. Tregenza, T. Hoikkala, A. (2000). Courtship signals and mate choice of the flies of inbred <em>Drosophila montana</em> strains. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 13, 583-592.
Payne RJH, Krakauer DC (2000). Disruptive sexual selection. TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION, 15(10), 419-420. Author URL.
Bridle JR, Jiggins CD, Tregenza T (2000). Disruptive sexual selection - Reply. TRENDS IN ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION, 15(10), 420-420. Author URL.
Payne RJH, Krakauer DC, Bridle JR, Jiggins CD, Tregenza T (2000). Disruptive sexual selection [3] (multiple letters). Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 15(10), 419-420.
Butlin RK, Tregenza T (2000). Erratum: Levels of genetic polymorphism: Marker loci versus quantitative traits (Phil. Trans. R. Soc. Lond. B (February 1998) 353 (187-198)). Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 355(1404).
Tregenza, T. (2000). Evolutionarily dynamic sperm. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 15, 85-86.
Tregenza T, Butlin RK, Wedell N (2000). Evolutionary biology: Sexual conflict and speciation. Nature, 407(6801), 149-150.
Tregenza T, Wedell N (2000). Genetic compatibility, mate choice and patterns of parentage: invited review. Mol Ecol, 9(8), 1013-1027. Abstract.  Author URL.
Buckley, S.H. Pritchard, V.L. Butlin, R.K. (2000). Inter- and intrapopulation effects of sex and age on epicuticular composition of meadow grasshopper, <em>Chorthippus parallelus</em>. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 26, 257-278.
Butlin RK, Tregenza T (2000). Levels of genetic polymorphism: marker loci versus quantitative traits (vol B353, pg 187, 1998). PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON SERIES B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES, 355(1404), 1865-1865. Author URL.
Jiggins, C. Tregenza, T. (2000). Reply to Payne and Krakauer. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 15
Tregenza T, Butlin RK, Wedell N (2000). Sexual conflict and speciation. Nature, 407(6801), 149-150. Author URL.
Wedell, N. Butlin, R.K. (2000). Speciation and sexual conflict. Nature, 407, 149-150.
Pritchard, V.L. Butlin, R.K. (2000). The origins of premating reproductive isolation: testing hypotheses in the grasshopper <em>Chorthippus parallelus</em>. Evolution, 54, 1687-1698.

1999

Finn, J. Tregenza, T. (1999).  Female impersonation as an alternative reproductive strategy in giant cuttlefish. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 266, 1347-1349.
Tregenza T, Butlin RK (1999). Erratum: Speciation without isolation (Nature (1999) 400 (311-312)). Nature, 400(6744).
Tregenza T & Butlin RK (1999). Genetic diversity: Do marker genes tell us the whole story?. In Magurran AE, May RM (Eds.) Evolution of Biological Diversity, 37-55.
Wedell N, Tregenza T (1999). SUCCESSFUL FATHERS SIRE SUCCESSFUL SONS. Evolution, 53(2), 620-625. Abstract.  Author URL.
Butlin, R.K. (1999). Speciation without isolation. Nature, 400, 311-312.
Tregenza T, Butlin RK (1999). Speciation without isolation (vol 400, pg 311, 1999). NATURE, 400(6744), 513-513. Author URL.
Tregenza, T. (1999). Successful fathers sire successful sons. Evolution, 53, 620-625.

1998

Tregenza T, Wedell N (1998). BENEFITS OF MULTIPLE MATES IN THE CRICKET GRYLLUS BIMACULATUS. Evolution, 52(6), 1726-1730. Abstract.  Author URL.
Wedell, N. (1998). Benefits of multiple mates in the cricket <em>Gryllus bimaculatus</em>. Evolution, 52, 1726-1730.
Tregenza, T. (1998). Levels of genetic polymorphism: marker loci versus quantitative traits. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 353, 187-198.
Thompson, D.J. (1998). Unequal competitor ideal free distribution in fish?. Evolution and Ecology, 12, 655-666.

1997

Tregenza, T. (1997). Alphabetical orders. Nature, 388
Tregenza, T. (1997). Darwin a better name than Wallace?. Nature, 385
Wedell, N. (1997). Definitive evidence for cuticular pheromones in a cricket. Animal Behaviour, 54, 979-984.
Butlin RK, Tregenza T (1997). Evolutionary biology - is speciation no accident?. NATURE, 387(6633), 551-&. Author URL.
Tregenza, T. (1997). Is speciation no accident?. Nature, 387, 551-552.
Wedell, N. (1997). Natural selection bias?. Nature, 386
Tregenza, T. Butlin, R.K. (1997). Speciation and signal trait genetics. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 12, 299-301.
Bridle, J.R. (1997). The diversity of speciation. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 12, 382-383.
Tregenza T (1997). What's up, doc?. New Scientist, 155(2099).

1996

Shaw, J.J. Thompson, D.J. (1996). An experimental investigation of a new ideal free distribution model. Evolution and Ecology, 10, 45-49.
Parker, G.A. Thompson, D.J. (1996). Interference and the ideal free distribution: Models and tests. Behavioral Ecology, 7, 379-386.
Thompson, D.J. Parker, G.A. (1996). Interference and the ideal free distribution: Oviposition in a parasitoid wasp. Behavioral Ecology, 7, 387-394.
Tregenza T, Hack MA, Thompson DJ (1996). Relative competitive success of unequal competitors changes with overall density. OIKOS, 77(1), 158-162. Author URL.
Hack, M.A. Thompson, D.J. (1996). Relative success of unequal competitors changes with overall density. Oikos, 77, 158-162.

1995

Tregenza, T. (1995). Building on the ideal free distribution. Adv.Ecol.Res, 26, 253-302.
TREGENZA T (1995). DREAM TEAMS. NEW SCIENTIST, 148(2000), 59-59. Author URL.
Tregenza, T. Parker, G.A. Harvey, I.F. (1995). Evolutionarily stable foraging speeds in feeding scrambles: a model and an experimental test. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 260, 273-277.

1994

Tregenza, T. (1994). Common misconceptions in applying the ideal free distribution. Animal Behaviour, 47, 485-487.

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Member of Council of European Society for Evolutionary Biology 2005-2009

Member of Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition committee 2006-2009

Member of Royal Society summer grants committee 2004

Member of NERC molecular genetics steering committee 2006-2009.

I am a referee for  over 30 journals and 8 grant awarding bodies.


Editorial responsibilities

Editorial board member for Public Library of Science journal PLoS one 2006-2010

Section editor for all submissions in Evolutionary Biology 2008-2010

Associate editor for Evolution 2003-2006

Consulting editor for Animal Behaviour 2003-2006

Editor for Ethology 2011-present

Board member of the Peerage of Science


Invited lectures

Invited keynote speaker to:

German Zoological Association (DZG) Saarbrucken, September 2011

European society for evolutionary biology conference, Krakow, Poland, 2005

EMPSEB meeting, Seia, Portugal, August 2011

Finnish graduate school of evolutionary ecology, Oulanka, Finland 2002

Evolutionary potential in natural populations, Aarhus University, Denmark, April 2010

ASAB Easter conference, Bristol, 2002

European Society for Evolutionary Biology conference, Arnhem, Netherlands, 1997

International entomology congress, Firenze, Italy, 1996

International entomology congress, Foz do Iguacu, Brazil, 2000

Invited seminars at Universities: Aberdeen, Bonn, Bristol (x2), Cambridge, Cardiff, Chile (Santiago), Edinburgh, Exeter, Harvard, Helsinki, Imperial College, Leeds, Lausanne, Liverpool, Melbourne, Newcastle, Nottingham, Queen Mary, Reading, Sheffield (x2), Stirling, Seewiesen, Stockholm, Toronto, Tuebingen, University College London, Umeå, Uppsala, Vienna and Zurich.


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CBC radio ‘Quirks and Quarks’ 22/10/2011

DailyMail Who said chivalry's dead? New research shows how crickets are willing to lay down their lives for the ladies 07/10/11

Discovery Channel programme ‘Daily Planet’ 18/12/09

BBC Octopus snatches coconut and runs 12/12/09

CNN programme ‘Connect the World’ 17/12/09

Radio 4 Science feature programme: 'Swinging for Survival' 23/4/07

Radio 4 Science magazine programme: 'Leading Edge' 19/5/05

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