Joe Macedonia, PhD

Florida Southern College 
"Joe Macedonia"
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Clark DL, Macedonia JM, Gillingham JC, et al. (2016) Why Does Conspecific Display Recognition Differ Among Species of Galápagos Lava Lizards? A Test Using Lizard Robots Herpetologica. 72: 47-54
MacEdonia JM, Clark DL, Cherry LE, et al. (2015) Comparison of headbob displays in gray-dewlapped and red-dewlapped populations of green anoles (Anolis carolinensis) Herpetologica. 71: 117-124
MacEdonia JM, Clark DL, Brown ZN, et al. (2015) Responses of Anolis grahami males to manipulations of species identity and components of displays in lizard robots Herpetologica. 71: 110-116
Clark DL, Macedonia JM, Rowe JW, et al. (2015) Evolution of displays in Galápagos lava lizards: Comparative analyses of signallers and robot playbacks to receivers Animal Behaviour. 109: 33-44
Langford GJ, Macedonia JM, Bessette CW, et al. (2014) Phenotypic plasticity in the relative hind-limb growth of lab-reared anolis sagrei: Replication of experimental results and a test of perch diameter preference Journal of Herpetology. 48: 228-232
Macedonia JM, Clark DL, Tamasi AL. (2014) Does selection favor dewlap colors that maximize detectability? A test with five species of Jamaican Anolis lizards Herpetologica. 70: 157-170
Kemp DJ, Jones D, Macedonia JM, et al. (2014) Female mating preferences and male signal variation in iridescent Hypolimnas butterflies Animal Behaviour. 87: 221-229
Macedonia JM, Clark DL, Riley RG, et al. (2013) Species recognition of color and motion signals in Anolis grahami: Evidence from responses to lizard robots Behavioral Ecology. 24: 846-852
White TE, Macedonia J, Birch D, et al. (2012) The nanoanatomical basis of sexual dimorphism in iridescent butterfly colouration Australian Journal of Zoology. 60: 101-107
Rutowski RL, Nahm AC, Macedonia JM. (2010) Iridescent hindwing patches in the pipevine swallowtail: Differences in dorsal and ventral surfaces relate to signal function and context Functional Ecology. 24: 767-775
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