Program and Agenda

C15B Signal Evolution


Moderator(s)

Geoffrey E. Hill
Dept. Biol. Sci., Auburn Univ.
ghill@auburn.edu


Date: 9/24/2014

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Oral Presentations
Location: Longs Peak - Granite Pass

10:00
Wilkins, M. R.; Joseph, M. B.; Hubbard, J. K.; Safran, R. J.; MULTIMODAL SIGNALING IN THE NORTH AMERICAN BARN SWALLOW: INFLUENCES OF INTRA- AND INTERSEXUAL SELECTION ON SIGNAL EVOLUTION (Abstract ID:15761) O

10:15
Grunst, A. S.; Rotenberry, J. T.; Grunst, M. L.; AGE-DEPENDENT RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN MULTIPLE SEXUAL PIGMENTS AND CONDITION IN MALES AND FEMALES (Abstract ID:15857) O

10:30
Bulluck, L. P.; Foster, M. J.; Huber, S.; CAROTENOID CONTENT IN FEATHERS INDICATES REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS IN EARLY BREEDING FEMALE PROTHONOTARY WARBLERS (Abstract ID:15980) O

10:45
Reudink, M. W.; McKellar, A. E.; Marini, K. L.; McArthur, S.; Marra, P. P.; Ratcliffe, L. M.; INTER-ANNUAL VARIATION IN AMERICAN REDSTART (SETOPHAGA RUTICILLA) PLUMAGE COLOUR IS ASSOCIATED WITH RAINFALL AND TEMPERATURE DURING MOULT: AN 11-YEAR STUDY (Abstract ID:15819) O

11:00
Lantz, S. M.; Karubian, J. O.; ADVENTITIOUS MOLT INCREASES REDNESS IN CAROTENOID-BASED PLUMAGE OF A TROPICAL PASSERINE (Abstract ID:15990) O

11:15
Webster, M. S.; Reeve, H. K.; HONEST SIGNALING OF COMPETITIVE ABILITY WITHOUT DIRECT SIGNAL COSTS: HOW COMMUNICATION CAN LESSEN THE COSTLINESS OF COMPETITION (Abstract ID:15968) O

11:30
Hill, G. E.; THE DUAL NATURE OF AVIAN ORNAMENTATION (Abstract ID:16037) O

11:45
Najar, N. A.; Benedict, L.; SIGNAL EVOLUTION AND SEXUAL SELECTION IN THE ROCK WREN (SALPINCTES OBSOLETUS) (Abstract ID:15795) O