Damian Octavio Elias

Affiliations: 
University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Area:
Communication, sound and vibration
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Parents

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Andrew Corey Mason grad student University of Toronto - Scarborough
Ronald R. Hoy grad student 2006 Cornell
 (Seismic communication in jumping spiders (Araneae: Salticidae).)
Wayne P. Maddison post-doc UBC (Evolution Tree)

Children

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Erin Brandt grad student 2012- UC Berkeley
Ignacio Esclante grad student 2014- UC Berkeley
Maggie Raboin grad student 2014- UC Berkeley
Benjamin Kessler grad student 2015- UC Berkeley
Trinity Walls grad student 2018- UC Berkeley
Malcolm Rosenthal post-doc 2016- UC Berkeley (Animal Behavior Tree)
Ambika Kamath post-doc 2018- UC Berkeley (Evolution Tree)
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Brandt EE, Roberts KT, Williams CM, et al. (2020) Low temperatures impact species distributions of jumping spiders across a desert elevational cline. Journal of Insect Physiology. 104037
Rosenthal MF, Elias DO. (2019) Nonlinear changes in selection on a mating display across a continuous thermal gradient. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 286: 20191450
Raboin M, Elias DO. (2019) Anthropogenic noise and the bioacoustics of terrestrial invertebrates. The Journal of Experimental Biology. 222
Clark CJ, Mountcastle AM, Mistick E, et al. (2017) Resonance frequencies of honeybee (Apis mellifera) wings. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Shamble PS, Menda G, Golden JR, et al. (2016) Airborne Acoustic Perception by a Jumping Spider. Current Biology : Cb
Wood HM, Parkinson DY, Griswold CE, et al. (2016) Repeated Evolution of Power-Amplified Predatory Strikes in Trap-Jaw Spiders. Current Biology : Cb
Girard MB, Elias DO, Kasumovic MM. (2015) Female preference for multi-modal courtship: multiple signals are important for male mating success in peacock spiders. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / the Royal Society. 282
Goodman KR, Kelley JP, Welter SC, et al. (2015) Rapid diversification of sexual signals in Hawaiian Nesosydne planthoppers (Hemiptera: Delphacidae): the relative role of neutral and selective forces. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 28: 415-27
Elias DO, Sivalinghem S, Mason AC, et al. (2014) Mate-guarding courtship behaviour: Tactics in a changing world Animal Behaviour. 97: 25-33
Wu CH, Elias DO. (2014) Vibratory noise in anthropogenic habitats and its effect on prey detection in a web-building spider Animal Behaviour. 90: 17-56
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