Fox CW, CS Burns, AD Muncy & JA Meyer. Editor and reviewer gender influence the peer review process at an ecological journal. Functional Ecology in press.
Fox CW & CS Burns. 2015. The relationship between manuscript title structure and success: editorial decisions and citation performance for an ecological journal. Ecology and Evolution 5: 1970-1980. doi: 10.1002/ece3.1480
Verdeny-Vilalta O, CW Fox, DH Wise, & J Moya-Laraño. 2015. Foraging mode affects the evolution of egg size in generalist predators embedded in complex food webs. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 28: 1225-1233. doi: 10.1111/jeb.12647
Cheng W, J Lei, JS Johnston, CW Fox, JS Hohnston & K Zhu-Salzman. 2015. Comparison of life history and genetic properties of cowpea bruchid strains and their response to hypoxia. Journal of Insect Physiology 75: 5-11. doi: 10.1016/j.jinsphys.2015.02.008
Messina FJ, BD Morris & Fox CW. 2013. Effect of inbreeding on host discrimination and other fitness components in a seed beetle. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 106: 128-135. doi: 10.1603/AN12103
Fox CW. 2013. The effect of inbreeding on natural selection in a seed-feeding beetle. 2013. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26: 88-93. doi: 10.1111/jeb.12027
Reed DH, CW Fox, LS Enders & TN Kristensen. 2012. Inbreeding-stress interactions: evolutionary and conservation consequences. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1256: 33-48. doi: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.2012.06548.x
Fox CW, WG Wallin, ML Bush, ME Czesak & FJ Messina. 2012. Effects of seed beetles on the performance of two desert legumes depend on host species, plant stage, and beetle density. Journal of Arid Environments 80: 10-16. doi: 10.1016/j.jaridenv.2011.12.008
Fox CW, J Xu, WG Wallin & CL Curtis. 2012. Male inbreeding status affects female fitness in a seed-feeding beetle. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25: 29-37. doi: 10.1111/j.1420-9101.2011.02400.x
Abbot P., et al. (137 authors listed alphabetically). 2011. Inclusive fitness theory and eusociality. Nature 471: E1-E4. doi: 10.1038/nature09831
Amarillo-Suárez AR, RC Stillwell & CW Fox. 2011. Natural selection on body size is mediated by multiple interacting factors: a comparison of beetle populations varying naturally and experimentally in body size. Ecology and Evolution 1: 1-14. doi: 10.1002/ece3.1
Fox CW & DH Reed. 2011. Inbreeding depression increases with environmental stress: An experimental study and meta-analysis. Evolution 65: 246–258.
Fox CW, RC Stillwell, WG Wallin, CL Curtis & DH Reed. 2010. Inbreeding-environment interactions for fitness: Complex relationships between inbreeding depression and temperature stress in a seed-feeding beetle. Evolutionary Ecology 25: 25-43.
Fox CW, JD Wagner, S Cline, FA Thomas & FJ Messina. 2011. Rapid evolution of lifespan in a novel environment: sex-specific responses and underlying genetic architecture. Evolutionary Biology 38: 182-196. doi: 10.1007/s11692-011-9116-9
Messina FJ & CW Fox. 2011. Egg-dumping behavior is not correlated with wider host acceptance in the seed beetle Callosobruchus maculatus (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae: Bruchinae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 104: 850-856. doi: 10.1603/AN11040
Fox CW & DH Reed. 2010. Inbreeding depression increases with maternal age. Evolutionary Ecology Research in press.
Fox CW, ML Bush & FJ Messina. 2010. Biotypes of the seed beetle Callosobruchus maculatus have differing effects on the germination and growth of their legume hosts. Agricultural and Forest Entomology 12: 353-362.
Fox CW & DF Westneat. 2010. Adaptation. Pp 16-31 in DF Westneat & CW Fox (editors) Evolutionary Behavioral Ecology. Oxford University Press, NY.
Stillwell RC, WU Blanckenhorn, T Teder, G Davidowitz & CW Fox. 2010. Sex differences in phenotypic plasticity affect variation in sexual size dimorphism in insects – from physiology to evolution. Annual Review of Entomology 55: 227-245. doi: 10.1146/annurev-ento-112408-085500
Carroll SP & CW Fox. 2009. The evolution of life histories. Pp 567-570 in M Ruse & J Travis (editors) Evolution: The First Four Billion Years. Belknap Press, Cambridge, MA.
Fox CW & J Moya-Laraño. 2009. Diet affects female mating behavior in a seed-feeding beetle. Physiological Entomology 34: 370-378. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-3032.2009.00700.x
Fox CW & ME Czesak. 2009. Adaptive maternal effects: A case study of egg size plasticity in a seed-feeding beetle. Pp 781-815 in DW Whitman & TN Ananthakrishnan (editors) Phenotypic plasticity of insects: Mechanisms and consequences. Science Pub Inc.
Fox CW & RC Stillwell. 2009. Environmental effects on sex differences in the genetic load for adult lifespan in a seed-feeding beetle. Heredity 103: 62-72. doi: 10.1038/hdy.2009.31
Fox CW, JD Wagner, S Cline, FA Thomas & FJ Messina. Genetic architecture underlying convergent evolution of egg-laying behavior in a seed-feeding beetle. Genetica 136: 179-187. doi: 10.1007/s10709-008-9334-y
Saeki Y, PH Crowley, CW Fox & DA Potter. 2009. A sex-specific size-number trade-off in clonal broods. Oikos 118: 1552-1560. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0706.2009.17571.x
Stillwell RC & CW Fox. Geographic variation in body size, sexual size dimorphism and fitness components of a seed beetle: Local adaptation vs. phenotypic plasticity. Oikos 118: 703-712. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0706.2008.17327.x
Carroll SP & CW Fox. 2008. The next communities: evolution and the integration of invasive species. Pp 239-251 in SP Carroll & CW Fox (editors) Conservation Biology: Evolution in Action. Oxford University Press, New York.
Fox CW, KL Scheibly & DH Reed. 2008. Experimental evolution of the genetic load and its implications for the genetic basis of inbreeding depression. Evolution 62: 2236–2249. doi: 10.1111/j.1558-5646.2008.00441.x
Stillwell RC, J Moya-Laraño & CW Fox. 2008. Selection does not favor larger body size at lower temperature in a seed-feeding beetle. Evolution 62: 2534-2544. doi:10.1111/j.1558-5646.2008.00467.x
SP & Fox CW. 2007. Dissecting the evolutionary impacts
of plant invasions: bugs and beetles as native guides. Global Change Biology
Fox CW, RC Stillwell & J Moya-Laraño. 2007. Variation in selection and the evolution of sexual size dimorphism in two seed-feeding
beetles. Pp 88-96 in DJ Fairbairn, W Blanckenhorn & T Székely
(editors) Sex, Size and Gender Roles: Evolutionary Studies of Sexual Size
Dimorphism. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Fox CW, KL Scheibly, BP Smith & WG Wallin. 2007. Inbreeding depression in two seed-feeding beetles, Callosobruchus maculatus and Stator limbatus. The Bulletin of Entomological Research 97:
Moya-Laraño J, M El Tigani El-Sayyid & CW Fox. 2007. Smaller beetles are better scramble competitors at cooler temperatures.
Biology Letters 3: 475-478.
Stillwell RC, GE Morse & CW Fox. 2007. Geographic variation in body size and sexual size dimorphism of a seed-feeding beetle. The American Naturalist 170: 358-369.
Stillwell RC, WG Wallin, LJ Hitchcock & CW Fox.
2007. Phenotypic plasticity in a complex world: Interactive
effects of food and temperature on fitness components of a seed beetle.
Oecologia 153: 309-321.
Stillwell RC & CW Fox. 2007. Environmental effects
on sexual size dimorphism of a seed-feeding beetle. Oecologia 153: 273-280.
Amarillo-Suárez AR & CW Fox. 2006.Population
differences in host use by a seed-beetle – local adaptation, phenotypic
plasticity and maternal effects. Oecologia 150: 247-258.
WU, RC Stillwell, KA Young, CW Fox & KG Ashton. 2006. When
Rensch meets Bergmann: Does sexual size dimorphism change systematically
with latitude? Evolution 60: 2004-2011.
Czesak ME, CW Fox & JB
Wolf. 2006. Experimental evolution of phenotypic plasticity:
How predictive are cross-environment genetic correlations? The American
Naturalist 168: 323-335.
Fox CW, DM Gordon & P Bojang. 2006. Genetic and environmental
sources of variation in survival on non-native host species in the generalist
seed beetle, Stator limbatus. The Southwestern Naturalist 51: 490-501.
Fox CW, RC Stillwell, WG Wallin & LJ Hitchcock. 2006. Temperature and host plant affect nuptial gift size in a seed-feeding beetle.
Functional Ecology 20: 1003-1011.
Fox CW & KL Scheibly. 2006. Variation in inbreeding
depression among populations of the seed beetle, Stator limbatus.
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 121: 137-144.
Fox CW, KL Scheibly, WG Wallin, LJ Hitchcock, RC Stillwell &
BP Smith. 2006. The genetic architecture of lifespan and mortality
rates: Gender and species differences in inbreeding load of two seed-feeding
beetles. Genetics 174: 1-11.
Fox CW & ME Czesak. 2006. Selection on body size and sexual size dimorphism differs between host species in a seed-feeding beetle. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19: 1167-1174.
Fox CW 2006. Colonization of a new host by a seed-feeding
beetle: Genetic variation, maternal experience, and the effect of an alternate
host. Annales Zoologici Fennici 43: 239-247.
Moya-Laraño J & Fox CW. 2006. Total ejaculate
size, second male body size and moderate polyandry increase female fecundity
in a seed beetle. Behavioral Ecology 17: 940-946.
Fox CW 2005. Problems in measuring among-family variation
in inbreeding depression. American Journal of Botany 92: 1929-1932.
RC & CW Fox. 2005. Complex patterns of phenotypic plasticity:
Interactive effects of temperature during rearing and oviposition. Ecology86: 924-934.
Fox CW, ML Bush, DA
Roff & WG Wallin. 2004. The evolutionary genetics of lifespan and mortality rates in two populations
of the seed beetle, Callosobruchus maculatus. Heredity 92: 170-181.
Fox CW, ME Czesak & WG
Wallin. 2004. Complex genetic architecture of population differences
in adult longevity of a beetle: Non-additive inheritance, gender differences,
body size and a large maternal effect. Journal of Evoutionary Biology 17:
Fox CW, RC
Amarillo-S, ME Czesak & FJ
Messina. 2004. Genetic architecture of population differences
in oviposition behavior of the seed beetle Callosobruchus maculatus.
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17: 1141-1151.
Cope JM & CW Fox. 2003. Oviposition decisions in
the seed beetle Callosobruchus maculatus (Coleoptera: Bruchidae):
Effects of seed size on superparasitism. Journal of Stored Products Research
Czesak ME & CW Fox. 2003. Evolutionary ecology of size and number in a seed beetle: Genetic trade-offs differ between environments. Evolution 57: 1121-1132.
Czesak ME & Fox CW. 2003. Genetic variation in male effects on female reproduction and the genetic covariance between the sexes. Evolution 57: 1359-1366.
Fox CW, ML Bush & WG
Wallin. 2003. Maternal age affects adult longevity in the seed
beetle, Callosobruchus maculatus. Functional Ecology 17: 811-820.
Fox CW, L Dublin & SJ Pollitt. 2003. Gender differences
in mortality rates in two seed beetle species. Functional Ecology 17: 619-626.
Fox CW & J Moya-Laraño. 2003. Late-life mortality
plateaus: A null model for comparing patterns of mortality. Evolutionary
Ecology Research 5: 999-1009.
Fox CW & CM Rauter. 2003. Bet-hedging and the evolution
of multiple mating. Evolutionary Ecology Research 5: 273-286.
DD, JW Heath, CA Bryden, RM Johnson & CW Fox. 2003. Rapid
evolution of egg size in captive salmon. Science 299: 1738-1740.
Fox CW , & DD Heath. 2003. Response to technical
comment on “Rapid evolution of egg size in captive salmon”
(I). Science 302: 59c.
DD, J Moya-Laraño & CW Fox. 2003. Response to
technical comment on “Rapid evolution of egg size in captive salmon”
(II). Science 302: 59e.
Dobson SL, CW Foxx & FM Jiggins. 2002. The effect of Wolbachia-induced cytoplasmic incompatability on host population size in natural and manipulated systems. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 269: 437-445.
Savalli UM & CW Fox. Proximate mechanisms influencing egg size plasticity in the seed beetle, Stator limbatus. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 95: 724-734.
Carroll SP, H Dingle, TR Famula & CW Fox. 2001. Genetic architecture
of adaptive differentiation in evolving host races of the Soapberry Bug, Jadera haematolma. Genetica 112: 257-272.
Czesak ME & CW Fox. 2001. The evolutionary ecology of offspring size; concepts and a case study. Recent Research Developments in Ecology 1: 97-114.
Fox CW, ME Czesak & RW Fox. 2001.Consequences of plant resistance for herbivore survivorship, growth, and selection on egg size. Ecology 82: 2790-2804.
Messina FJ & CW Fox. 2001.< Offspring size and number. Pp 113-127 in CW Fox, DA Roff & DJ Fairbairn (eds.) Evolutionary Ecology: Concepts and Case Studies. Oxford University Press, New York.
Waddell KJ, CW Fox, KD White & TA
Mousseau. 2001. Leaf abscission phenology of a scrub oak: Consequences
for growth and survivorship of a leafmining beetle. Oecologia 127: 251-258.
Fox CW 2000. Natural selection on seed beetle egg size
in the field and the lab: Variation among environments. Ecology 81: 3029-3035.
Fox CW 2000. Maternal effects in insect-plant interactions:
Lessons from a desert seed beetle. Recent Research Developments in Entomology
Fox CW, & ME Czesak. 2000. Evolutionary ecology of progeny size in arthropods. Annual Review of Entomology 45: 341-369.
Fox CW , & UM Savalli. 2000. Maternal effects mediate diet expansion in a seed-feeding beetle. Ecology 81: 3-7.
Savalli UM, ME Czesak & CW Fox. 2000. Paternal investment in the seed beetle, Callosobruchus maculatus (Coleoptera: Bruchidae): Variation among populations. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 93: 1173-1178.
Fox CW, ME Czesak, TA Mousseau& DA Roff. 1999. The evolutionary genetics of an adaptive maternal effect: Egg size plasticity in a seed beetle. Evolution 53: 552-560.
Fox CW, ME Czesak & UM Savalli.1999. Environmentally-based maternal effects on development time in the seed beetle, Stator pruininus (Coleoptera: Bruchidae): Consequences of larval density. Environmental Entomology 28: 217-223.
DD, CW Fox & JW Heath. 1999. Maternal effects on offspring
size: Variation through early development of chinook salmon. Evolution 53:
Savalli UM & CWFox. 1999. The effects of male size, age, and mating behavior on sexual selection in the seed beetle Callosobruchus maculatus. Ecology, Ethology and Evolution 11: 49-60.
Savalli UM & CW Fox. 1999. Effect of male mating history on paternal investment, fecundity, and female remating in the seed beetle Callosobruchus maculatus. Functional Ecology 13: 169-177.
Fox CW 1998. Genetic and maternal influences
on body size and development time in the seed beetle, Stator limbatus (Coleoptera: Bruchidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America
Fox CW & TA Mousseau.
1998. Maternal effects as adaptations for transgenerational phenotypic
plasticity in insects. Pp. 159-177 in TA Mousseau & CW Fox (editors)
Maternal Effects as Adaptations. Oxford University Press, New York.
Fox CW & TA Mousseau.
1998. Concluding remarks: Generalities, implications, and future
directions. Pp. 345-348 TA Mousseau & CW Fox (editors) Maternal Effects
as Adaptations. Oxford University Press, New York.
Fox CW & UM Savalli. 1998. Inheritance of environmental variation in body size: Superparasitism of seeds affects grand-progeny body size via a non-genetic maternal effect. Evolution52: 172-182.
TA & CW Fox. The adaptive significance of maternal effects
Moms do more than just make babies. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 13: 403-407.
Savalli UM & CW Fox. 1998. Sexual selection and the fitness consequences of male body size in the seed beetle, Stator limbatus. Animal Behaviour55: 473-483.
Savalli UM & CW Fox. 1998. Genetic variation in paternal investment in a seed beetle. Animal Behaviour 56: 953-96.
Fox CW. 1997. The ecology
of body size in a seed beetle, Stator limbatus: Persistence of
environmental variation across generations? Evolution 51: 1005-1010.
Fox CW. 1997. Egg size manipulations in the seed beetle, Stator limbatus: consequences for progeny growth. The Canadian Journal of Zoology75: 1465-1473.
Fox CW, JA Nilsson & TA Mousseau. 1997. The ecology of diet expansion in a seed-feeding beetle
- pre-existing variation, rapid adaptation and maternal effects? Evolutionary
Ecology 11: 183-194.
Fox CW, MS Thakar & TA Mousseau. 1997. Egg size plasticity in a seed beetle: An adaptive
maternal effect. The American Naturalist 149: 149-163.
Fox CW, KJ Waddell, J. des Lauriers & TA
Mousseau. 1997. Seed beetle survivorship, growth and egg size
plasticity in a paloverde hybrid zone. Ecological Entomology 22: 416-424.
Fox CW, KJ Waddell, FR Groeters & TA
Mousseau. 1997. Consequences of variation
in budbreak phenology for the distribution of a leafmining beetle (Brachys
tessellatus) on turkey oak (Quercus laevis). Ecoscience4: 480-489.
Fox CW & TA Mousseau. 1996. Larval host plant affects the fitness consequences
of egg size in the seed beetle Stator limbatus. Oecologia 107:
Fox CW, AD Harbin & TA Mousseau.
1996. Suitability of a non-host palo verde for development of Stator
limbatus (Coleoptera; Bruchidae) larvae. The Pan-Pacific Entomologist
Fox CW, JD Martin, MS Thakar & TA Mousseau.1996. Clutch size manipulations in two seed beetles, Stator limbatus and S. beali: Consequences for progeny fitness. Oecologia 108:
Fox CW & TA Mousseau. 1995. Asymmetrical reproductive isolation between Stator limbatus (Horn) and S. beali Johnson (Coleoptera: Bruchidae). The Coleopterists
Bulletin 49: 179-181.
Fox CW & TA Mousseau.
1995. Determinants of clutch size and seed preference in a seed
beetle, Stator beali (Coleoptera: Bruchidae). Environmental Entomology
Fox CW, DL Hickman, EL Raleigh & TA Mousseau.
1995. Paternal investment in a seed beetle (Coleoptera: Bruchidae):
influence of male size, age, and mating history. Annals of the Entomological
Society of America 88: 100-103.
Fox CW, LA McLennan & TA Mousseau.
1995. Male body size affects female lifetime reproductive success
in a seed beetle. Animal Behaviour 50: 281-284.
Fox CW, KJ Waddell & TA Mousseau.
1995. Parental host plant affects offspring life histories in a
seed beetle. Ecology 76: 402-411.
Fox CW, KJ Waddell, KD White, SH
Mousseau. 1995. Suppression of leafminer (Coleoptera: Buprestidae)
populations on turkey oak (Fagaceae) using implants of acephate. Environmental
Entomology 24: 1548-1556.
Fox CW 1994. The influence of egg size
on offspring performance in the seed beetle, Callosobruchusmaculatus.
Oikos 71: 321-325.
Fox CW 1994. Maternal and genetic influences
on egg size and larval performance in a seed beetle: Multigenerational transmission
of a maternal effect? Heredity 73: 509-517.
Fox CW & RL
Caldwell. 1994. Host-associated fitness trade-offs do not limit
the evolution of diet breadth in the small milkweed bug Lygaeuskalmii (Hemiptera: Lygaeidae). Oecologia 97: 382-389.
Fox CW & H Dingle. 1994. Dietary mediation of maternal age effects on offspring performance in a seed beetle (Coleoptera: Bruchidae). Functional Ecology 8: 600-606.
Fox CW & DL Hickman. 1994. Influence of oviposition substrate on female receptivity to multiple mating in Callosobruchusmaculatus (Coleoptera: Bruchidae). Annals of the Entomological
Society of America 87: 395-398.
Fox CW & M Tatar. 1994. Oviposition substrate affects adult mortality, independent of reproduction, in the seed beetle Callosobruchusmaculatus. Ecological Entomology 19: 108-110.
Fox CW, KJ Waddell, TA Mousseau.
1994. Host-associated fitness variation in a seed beetle (Coleoptera:
Bruchidae): Evidence for local adaptation to a poor quality host. Oecologia
Fox CW 1993. A quantitative genetic analysis
of oviposition preference and larval performance on two hosts in the bruchid
beetle, Callosobruchusmaculatus. Evolution 47: 166-175.
Fox CW 1993. Multiple mating, lifetime
fecundity and female mortality of the bruchid beetle Callosobruchusmaculatus (Coleoptera: Bruchidae). Functional Ecology 7: 203-208.
Fox CW 1993. The influence of maternal
age and mating frequency on egg size and offspring performance in Callosobruchusmaculatus (Coleoptera: Bruchidae). Oecologia 96: 139-146.
Fox CW & RG
Lalonde. 1993. Confusion of hosts and the evolution of insect
diet breadths. Oikos 67: 577-581.
Fox CW. 2010. All that I am, I owe to my mother. Review of: Maternal Effects in Mammals, edited by Dario Maestripieri and Jill M. Mateo. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 25: 323-324. doi:10.1016/j.tree.2010.01.006
Mousseau TA & CW Fox. 1994. Evolution of Life: Processes, Patterns,
and Prospects, by Michael L. McKinney. Quarterly Review of Biology 69: 94-95.
Savalli UM & CW Fox.
1996. Photograph of Stator limbatus on Acacia greggii seeds. Science 273: 1334.
Savalli UM & CW Fox.
1996. Photograph demonstrating egg size plasticity in Stator
limbatus. Science 273: 1334.
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