Publications 1999


Beukeboom, LW, Driessen, G, Luckerhoff, L, Bernstein, C, Lapchin, L & van Alphen, JJM (1999). Distribution and relatedness of sexual and asexual Venturia canescens (Hymenoptera). Proceedings Experimental and Applied Entomology. 10: 23-29

Bouton, N (1999). Jaws: On the feeding ecology of rock-dwelling cichlid fishes from Lake Victoria. Ph.D.-thesis, Leiden University, Leiden

Bouton, N, Witte, F, van Alphen, JJM, Schenk, A & Seehausen, O (1999). Local adaptations in populations of rock-dwelling haplochromines (Pisces : Cichlidae) from southern Lake Victoria. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences. 266: 355-360

Driessen, G & Bernstein, C (1999). Patch departure mechanisms and optimal host exploitation in an insect parasitoid. Journal of Animal Ecology. 68: 445-459

Eijs, IEM (1999). The evolution of resource utilization in Leptopilina species. Ph.D. thesis, Leiden University, Leiden: 139 pages

Eijs, IEM & van Alphen, JJM (1999). Life history correlations: why are hymenopteran parasitoids an exception? Ecology Letters. 2: 27-35

Kraaijeveld, AR (1999). Kleptoparasitism as an explanation for paradoxical oviposition decisions of the parasitoid Asobara tabida. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 12: 129-133

Kraaijeveld, AR, Adriaanse, ICT & van den Bergh, B (1999). Parasitoid size as a function of host sex: potential for different sex allocation strategies. Entomologia Experimentalis Et Applicata. 92: 289-294

Mayhew, PJ & Blackburn, TM (1999). Does development mode organize life-history traits in the parasitoid Hymenoptera? Journal of Animal Ecology. 68: 906-916

Mayhew, PJ & van Alphen, JJM (1999). Gregarious development in alysiine parasitoids evolved through a reduction in larval aggression. Animal Behaviour. 58: 131-141

Michiels, NK, Beukeboom, LW, Greeff, JM & Pemberton, AJ (1999). Individual control over reproduction: an underestimated element in the maintenance of sex? Commentary. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 12: 1036-1039

Seehausen, O (1999). A reconsideration of the ecological composition of the Lake Victoria cichlid species flock before and after the Nile perch upsurge. in: van Densen, W. L. T. and Morris, M. G. Fish and Fisheries of Lakes and Reservoirs in Southeast Asia and Africa. Otley, UK, Westbury Publishing: 281-293

 Seehausen, O (1999). Speciation and species richness in African cichlids. Effects of sexual selection by mate choice. Ph.D., Leiden Unversity, Leiden: 284 pages

Seehausen, O, Mayhew, PJ & van Alphen, JJM (1999). Evolution of colour patterns in East African cichlid fish. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 12: 514-534

Seehausen, O & van Alphen, JJM (1999). Can sympatric speciation by disruptive sexual selection explain rapid evolution of cichlid diversity in Lake Victoria? Ecology Letters. 2: 262-271

Seehausen, O, van Alphen, JJM & Lande, R (1999). Color polymorphism and sex ratio distortion in a cichlid fish as an incipient stage in sympatric speciation by sexual selection. Ecology Letters. 2: 367-378

Seehausen, O, van Alphen, JJM & Witte, F (1999). Can ancient colour polymorphisms explain why some cichlid lineages speciate rapidly under disruptive sexual selection? Belgian Journal of Zoology. 129: 43-60

 Visser, ME, Jones, TH & Driessen, G (1999). Interference among insect parasitoids: a multi-patch experiment. Journal of Animal Ecology. 68: 108-120

 Weinzierl, RP, Beukeboom, LW, Gerace, L & Michiels, NK (1999). Spatial and ecological overlap between coexisting sexual and parthenogenetic Schmidtea polychroa (Tricladida; Platyhelminthes). Hydrobiologia. 392: 179-185

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