Anne Espeset
Anne Espeset
University of Nevada, Reno; University of Minnesota
Verified email at nevada.unr.edu
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Anthropogenic changes in sodium affect neural and muscle development in butterflies
EC Snell-Rood, A Espeset, CJ Boser, WA White, R Smykalski
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (28), 10221-10226, 2014
712014
Modern approaches to study plant–insect interactions in chemical ecology
LA Dyer, CS Philbin, KM Ochsenrider, LA Richards, TJ Massad, ...
Nature Reviews Chemistry 2 (6), 50-64, 2018
542018
Life‐history evolution in the anthropocene: Effects of increasing nutrients on traits and trade‐offs
E Snell‐Rood, R Cothran, A Espeset, P Jeyasingh, S Hobbie, ...
Evolutionary applications 8 (7), 635-649, 2015
492015
Understanding a migratory species in a changing world: climatic effects and demographic declines in the western monarch revealed by four decades of intensive monitoring
AE Espeset, JG Harrison, AM Shapiro, CC Nice, JH Thorne, DP Waetjen, ...
Oecologia 181 (3), 819-830, 2016
432016
Global invasion history of the agricultural pest butterfly Pieris rapae revealed with genomics and citizen science
SF Ryan, E Lombaert, A Espeset, R Vila, G Talavera, V Dincă, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (40), 20015-20024, 2019
302019
Nutrition shapes life-history evolution across species
EM Swanson, A Espeset, I Mikati, I Bolduc, R Kulhanek, WA White, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1834), 20152764, 2016
272016
Species with more volatile population dynamics are differentially impacted by weather
JG Harrison, AM Shapiro, AE Espeset, CC Nice, JP Jahner, ML Forister
Biology letters 11 (2), 20140792, 2015
172015
Anthropogenic increases in nutrients alter sexual selection dynamics: A case study in butterflies
A Espeset, ME Kobiela, KL Sikkink, T Pan, C Roy, EC Snell-Rood
Behavioral Ecology 30 (3), 598-608, 2019
122019
Nutritional constraints on brain evolution: Sodium and nitrogen limit brain size
EC Snell‐Rood, EM Swanson, A Espeset, S Jaumann, K Philips, ...
Evolution 74 (10), 2304-2319, 2020
32020
Butterfly colors and global change: anthropogenic influence on a sexually selected wing trait in the cabbage white butterfly
A Espeset
12019
Testing the metabolic pace-of-life model among vertebrate immune responses
CL Weitzman, D Salcido, N Muchoney, S Yoon, A Espeset, E Larsen, ...
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 61, E1299-E1300, 2021
2021
In search of an honest butterfly: sexually selected wing coloration and reproductive traits from wild populations of the cabbage white butterfly
AE Espeset, ML Forister
bioRxiv, 2021
2021
TN 37996 USA
A Espeset, S Ryan, M Forister
Butterfly colors and global change: anthropogenic influence on a sexually …, 2019
2019
Invasion biology meets the 21st century: Harnessing the power citizen science in the genomics era
SF Ryan, G Talavera, V Dinca, R Vila, AE Espeset, M Renshaw, ...
Entomology 2017, 2017
2017
Rainbow of colors in butterfly wings: A photophysical investigation
F Chalyavi, A Espeset, N Fetto, M Forister, M Tucker
ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 254, 2017
2017
Monarchs in a Changing World: Biology and Conservation of an Iconic Butterfly. Karen S. Oberhauser, Kelly R. Nail, and Sonia Altizer, editors. 2015. Cornell University Press …
A Espeset
The Journal of Wildlife Management 81 (2), 357-357, 2017
2017
Nutritional Constraints in the Evolution of Cognition: effects of host shifts on neural investment in butterflies
EC Snell-Rood, WA White, A Espeset, SA Kenzie
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 52, E164-E164, 2012
2012
Combining Citizen Science and Population Genomics to Reveal Global Invasion Routes: A Case Study with the Agricultural Pest Pieris rapae
S Ryan, E Lombaert, A Espeset, R Vila, G Talavera, V Dinca, M Doellman, ...
Plant and Animal Genome XXVIII Conference (January 11-15, 2020), 0
Changing nitrogen availability impacts allocation to ornamentation and dynamics of sexual selection
A Espeset, E Snell-Rood
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