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A reexamination of hilltopping in Euphydryas edithaBAUGHMAN, J. F; MURPHY, D. D; EHRLICH, P. R et al.Oecologia. 1990, Vol 83, Num 2, pp 259-260, issn 0029-8549, 2 p.Article

Sex-biased dispersal in a rare butterfly and the implications for its conservationBENNETT, Victoria J; PACK, Shalynn M; SMITH, Winston P et al.Journal of insect conservation. 2013, Vol 17, Num 5, pp 949-958, issn 1366-638X, 10 p.Article

Population biology of checkerspot butterflies and the preservation of global biodiversityEHRLICH, P. R.Oikos. 1992, Vol 63, Num 1, pp 6-12, issn 0030-1299Article

Do protandrous males have increased mating success? The case of Euphydryas edithaBAUGHMAN, J. F.The American naturalist. 1991, Vol 138, Num 2, pp 536-542, issn 0003-0147Article

Evidence for Mate Guarding Behavior in the Taylor's Checkerspot ButterflyBENNETT, Victoria J; SMITH, Winston P; BETTS, Matthew G et al.Journal of insect behavior. 2012, Vol 25, Num 2, pp 183-196, issn 0892-7553, 14 p.Article

Negative relationship between dispersal distance and demography in butterfly metapopulationsBAGUETTE, Michel; SCHTICKZELLE, Nicolas.Ecology (Durham). 2006, Vol 87, Num 3, pp 648-654, issn 0012-9658, 7 p.Article

Does fecundity drive the evolution of insect diet?AGNEW, K; SINGER, M. C.Oikos. 2000, Vol 88, Num 3, pp 533-538, issn 0030-1299Article

Do hypotheses from short-term studies hold in the long-term? An empirical testHELLMANN, Jessica J; WEISS, Stuart B; MCLAUGHLIN, John F et al.Ecological entomology (Print). 2003, Vol 28, Num 1, pp 74-84, issn 0307-6946, 11 p.Article

Sun, slope, and butterflies: topographic determinants of habitat quality for Euphydryas edithaWEISS, S. B; MURPHY, D. D; WHITE, R. R et al.Ecology (Durham). 1988, Vol 69, Num 5, pp 1486-1496, issn 0012-9658Article

Genetic variation in ovoposition preference between butterfly populationsSINGER, M. C; NG, D; MOORE, R. A et al.Journal of insect behavior. 1991, Vol 4, Num 4, pp 531-535, issn 0892-7553Article

An environment-metapopulation approach to population viability analysis for a threatened invertebrateMURPHY, D. D; FREAS, K. E; WEISS, S. B et al.Conservation biology. 1990, Vol 4, Num 1, pp 41-51, issn 0888-8892, 11 p.Article

History, selection, drift, and gene flow : complex differentiation in checkerspot butterfliesBAUGHMAN, J. F; BRUSSARD, P. F; EHRLICH, P. R et al.Canadian journal of zoology. 1990, Vol 68, Num 9, pp 1967-1975, issn 0008-4301Article

Quantifying insect movement in the fieldTURCHIN, P; ODENDAAL, F. J; RAUSHER, M. D et al.Environmental entomology. 1991, Vol 20, Num 4, pp 955-963, issn 0046-225XArticle

Long-distance dispersal and colonization in the Bay checkerspot butterfly, Euphydryas editha bayensisHARRISON, S.Ecology (Durham). 1989, Vol 70, Num 5, pp 1236-1243, issn 0012-9658, 8 p.Article

Adult emergence phenology in checkerspot butterflies : the effects of macroclimate, topoclimate, and population historyWEISS, S. B; MURPHY, D. D; EHRLICH, P. R et al.Oecologia. 1993, Vol 96, Num 2, pp 261-270, issn 0029-8549Article

EMERGENCE PATTERNS IN MALE BUTTERFLIES: A HYPOTHESIS AND A TESTIWASA Y; ODENDAAL FJ; MURPHY DD et al.1983; THEORETICAL POPULATION BIOLOGY; ISSN 0040-5809; USA; DA. 1983; VOL. 23; NO 3; PP. 363-379; BIBL. 2 P.Article

Dynamics of reproductive allocation from juvenile and adult feeding : Radiotracer studiesBOGGS, C. L.Ecology (Durham). 1997, Vol 78, Num 1, pp 192-202, issn 0012-9658Article

Rapidly evolving associations among oviposition preferences fail to constrain evolution of insect dietSINGER, M. C; NG, D; VASCO, D et al.The American naturalist. 1992, Vol 139, Num 1, pp 9-20, issn 0003-0147Article

Estimating the effects of scientific study on two butterfly populationsHARRISON, S; QUINN, J. F; BAUGHMAN, J. F et al.The American naturalist. 1991, Vol 137, Num 2, pp 227-243, issn 0003-0147Article

Patterns of juvenile mortality within an oligopgahous insect populationMOORE, S. D.Ecology (Durham). 1989, Vol 70, Num 6, pp 1726-1737, issn 0012-9658Article

PRE- AND POST-ALIGHTING HOST DISCRIMINATION BY EUPHYDRYAS EDITHA BUTTERFLIES: THE BEHAVIOURAL MECHANISMS CAUSING CLUMPED DISTRIBUTIONS OF EGG CLUSTERSRAUSHER MD; MACKAY DA; SINGER MC et al.1981; ANIM. BEHAV.; ISSN 0003-3472; GBR; DA. 1981; VOL. 29; NO 4; PP. 1220-1228; BIBL. 22 REF.Article

QUANTIFICATION OF HOST PREFERENCE BY MANIPULATION OF OVIPOSITION BEHAVIOR IN THE BUTTERFLY EUPHYDRYAS EDITHASINGER MC.1982; OECOLOGIA; ISSN 0029-8549; DEU; DA. 1982; VOL. 52; NO 2; PP. 224-229; BIBL. 17 REF.Article

Evidence against plant apparency as a constraint on evolution of insect search efficiency (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae)PARMESAN, C.Journal of insect behavior. 1991, Vol 4, Num 4, pp 417-430, issn 0892-7553Article

Regulation of host diapause by an insect parasitoidMOORE, S. D.Ecological entomology (Print). 1989, Vol 14, Num 1, pp 93-98, issn 0307-6946Article

Population structure of a hilltopping butterflyBAUGHMAN, J. F; MURPHY, D. D; EHRLICH, P. R et al.Oecologia. 1988, Vol 75, Num 4, pp 593-600, issn 0029-8549Article

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