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12. Yuta T, Nomi D, Ihle M, Koizumi I. 2018. Simulated hatching failure predicts female plasticity in extra-pair behavior over successive broods. Behavioral Ecology.
11. Wang D, Forstmeier W, Ihle M, Martin K, Khadraoui M, Jeronimo S, Kempenaers B. 2018. Irreproducible text-book ‘knowledge’: the effects of color bands on zebra finch fitness. Evolution.
10. Knief U, Forstmeier W, Pei Y, Ihle M, Wang D, Martin K, Opatová P, Albrechtová J, Wittig M, Franke A, Albrecht T, Kempenaers B. 2017. A sex-chromosome inversion causes strong overdominance for sperm traits that affect siring success. Nature Ecology & Evolution.
9. Winney IS, Ihle M. 2017. Transparent and credible practices under the microscope: a response to comments on Ihle et al. Behavioral Ecology.
8. Ihle M, Winney IS, Krystalli A & Croucher M. 2017. Striving for transparent and credible research: practical guidelines for behavioral ecologists. Invited Idea – Behavioral Ecology. Click here for the symposium program leading to this paper
7. Forstmeier W, Ihle M, Opatova P, Martin K, Knief U, Albrechtova J, Albrecht T, Kempenaers B. 2017. Testing the phenotype-linked fertility hypothesis in the presence and absence of inbreeding depression. Journal of Evolutionary Biology.
6. Griffith S, …, Ihle M, …, (45 collaborators). 2017. Variation in reproductive success across captive populations: methodological differences, potential biases and opportunities. Ethology 123 (1): 1-29.
5. Opatova P, Ihle M, Albrechtova J, Tomášek O, Kempenaers B, Forstmeier W, Albrecht T. 2015. Inbreeding depression of sperm traits in the zebra finch. Ecology and Evolution. doi:10.1002/ece3.1868.
4. Ihle M, Kempenaers B, Forstmeier W. 2015. Fitness benefits of mate choice for compatibility in a socially monogamous species. PLoS Biology 13(9): e1002248 Click here for media coverage
3. Ihle M, Forstmeier W. 2013. Revisiting the evidence for inbreeding avoidance in the zebra finch. Behavioral Ecology 24 (6): 1356-1362.
2. Ihle M, Kempenaers B, Forstmeier W. 2013. Does hatching failure breed infidelity? Behavioral Ecology 24 (1): 119-127.
1. Dechaume-Moncharmont FX, Cornuau JH, Keddar I, Ihle M, Motreuil S, Cézilly F. 2011. Rapid assessment of female preference for male size predicts subsequent choice of spawning partner in a socially monogamous cichlid fish. Comptes Rendus Biologies 334 (12): 906-910.
Ihle M, Pick JL, Winney IS, Nakagawa S, Burke T. Measuring up to reality: null models and analysis simulations to study parental coordination in provisioning offspring. submitted to Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution – Research Topic
Ihle M, Pick JL, Winney IS, Nakagawa S, Burke T. Fitness consequences of pair coordination in offspring provisioning in a wild population of biparental care birds. submitted to Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution – Research Topic
Pick JL, Khwaja N, Spence MA, Ihle M, Nakagawa S. Counter culture: Addressing systematic bias in the analysis of behavioural counts. EcoEvoRxiv Preprint 10.32942/osf.io/jq9n6
Ihle M, Taylor L. How do cannibalistic females interpret male colorful ornaments after learning the color of aposematic prey?
Ihle M, Taylor L. How do red male colors affect mate choice and sexual cannibalism in female jumping spiders experienced with aposematic prey?
Ihle M, Taylor L. Color manipulation of jumping spiders. to be submitted to Journal of Visualized Experiments
Winsor A, Ihle M*, Taylor L*. Independent manipulation of insect prey color and palatability using odorless bittering agent and various coloration techniques.
Winsor A, Ihle M*, Taylor L*. Independent manipulation of milkweed bug color and palatability using diet manipulation and paint.
*shared senior authorship