Michael S. Reichert, Ph.D.

2011 University of Missouri - Columbia, Columbia, MO, United States 
frog communication, evolution and ecology of animal communication
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H. Carl Gerhardt grad student 2011 University of Missouri - Columbia
 (Aggressive calling in treefrogs.)
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Bee MA, Reichert MS, Tumulty J. (2016) Assessment and Recognition of Rivals in Anuran Contests Advances in the Study of Behavior
Reichert MS. (2015) Effects of noise on sound localization in male grasshoppers, Chorthippus biguttulus Animal Behaviour. 103: 125-135
Reichert MS, Galante H, Höbel G. (2014) Female gray treefrogs, Hyla versicolor, are responsive to visual stimuli but unselective of stimulus characteristics. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 217: 3254-62
Reichert MS. (2014) Playback tests and studies of animal contest dynamics: Concepts and an example in the gray tree frog Behavioral Ecology. 25: 591-603
Reichert MS, Gerhardt HC. (2014) Behavioral strategies and signaling in interspecific aggressive interactions in gray tree frogs Behavioral Ecology. 25: 520-530
Reichert MS. (2013) Patterns of variability are consistent across signal types in the treefrog Dendropsophus ebraccatus Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. 109: 131-145
Reichert MS, Gerhardt HC. (2013) Socially mediated plasticity in call timing in the gray tree frog, Hyla versicolor Behavioral Ecology. 24: 393-401
Reichert MS. (2013) Sources of variability in advertisement and aggressive calling in competitive interactions in the grey treefrog, Hyla versicolor Bioacoustics. 22: 195-214
Reichert MS, Gerhardt HC. (2013) Gray tree frogs, Hyla versicolor, give lower-frequency aggressive calls in more escalated contests Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 67: 795-804
Reichert MS. (2013) Visual cues elicit courtship signals in a nocturnal anuran Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 67: 265-271
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