Vincent T. Marshall, Ph.D.

2003 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 2003 University of Missouri - Columbia
 (Social aspects of communication in gray treefrogs: Intraspecific and interspecific interactions.)
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Marshall VT, Gerhardt HC. (2010) A precedence effect underlies preferences for calls with leading pulses in the grey treefrog, Hyla versicolor. Animal Behaviour. 80: 139-145
Klymus KE, Humfeld SC, Marshall VT, et al. (2010) Molecular patterns of differentiation in canyon treefrogs (Hyla arenicolor): evidence for introgressive hybridization with the Arizona treefrog (H. wrightorum) and correlations with advertisement call differences. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 23: 1425-35
Humfeld SC, Marshall VT, Bee MA. (2009) Context-dependent plasticity of aggressive signalling in a dynamic social environment Animal Behaviour. 78: 915-924
Gerhardt HC, Martínez-Rivera CC, Schwartz JJ, et al. (2007) Preferences based on spectral differences in acoustic signals in four species of treefrogs (Anura: Hylidae). The Journal of Experimental Biology. 210: 2990-8
Gerhardt HC, Humfeld SC, Marshall VT. (2007) Temporal order and the evolution of complex acoustic signals. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 274: 1789-94
Schwartz JJ, Marshall VT. (2006) Forms of call overlap and their impact on advertisement call attractiveness to females of the gray treefrog, Hyla versicolor Bioacoustics. 16: 39-56
Marshall VT, Schwartz JJ, Gerhardt HC. (2006) Effects of heterospecific call overlap on the phonotactic behaviour of grey treefrogs Animal Behaviour. 72: 449-459
Marshall VT, Humfeld SC, Bee MA. (2003) Plasticity of aggressive signalling and its evolution in male spring peepers, Pseudacris crucifer Animal Behaviour. 65: 1223-1234
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