Summers, Kyle

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DETECTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE AMPHIBIAN FUNGAL DISEASE CHYTRIDIOMYCOSIS IN PERUVIAN AMPHIBIANS 2012 672387 Chytridiomycosis is an amphibian disease caused by the fungal pathogen Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (Bd;Longcore et al. 1999). This disease has been identified by the Amphibian Conservation Action Plan as one of the main causal agents of worldwide ...
Experimental evidence for predator learning and Müllerian mimicry in Peruvian poison frogs (Ranitomeya Dendrobatidae) 2013 672387 The evolution of mimicry is one of the most powerful examples of natural selection but is rare in non-insect taxa and thus is understudied. Ranitomeya imitator went through a `mimetic radiation' and now mimics three congeneric model species (R. fanta...
BIPARENTAL CARE AND THE EVOLUTION OF MONOGAMY IN A PERUVIAN POISON FROG (RANITOMEYA IMITATOR: DENDROBATIDAE) 2013 672387 Selection for biparental care is considered to be an important factor in the evolution of monogamy if the value of exclusive cooperation in care for mutual offspring outweighs the benefits of polygamy for either sex. Support for this hypothesis has c...