members of the lab denoted by undergraduate, *graduate students, postdocs

109. A. M. Achorn* & G. G. Rosenthal 2019. It’s not about him: mismeasuring ‘good genes’ in sexual selection. Trends Ecol. Evol. Online. PDF.

108. G. G. Rosenthal 2018. Dispatch: Reproductive strategies: Eat your kids to restart your sex life. Current Biology 28: R946-R948. Online. PDF.

107. G.G. Rosenthal 2018. Evaluation and hedonic value in mate choice. Current Zoology 64: 485–492. Online. PDF.

106. G.G. Rosenthal 2018. Playbacks in behavioral experiments. In: Choe, J. (ed.) Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior (2nd ed.). Online. PDF.

105. M. Schumer, C. Xu, D. L. Powell*, A. Durvasula, L. Skov, C. Holland*, J. C. Blazier, S. Sankararaman, P. Andolfatto, G. G. Rosenthal, M. Przeworski 2018. Natural selection interacts with the local recombination rate to shape the evolution of hybrid genomes. Science 360: 656-660. Online. PDF.

104. G. G. Rosenthal, M. Schumer, & P. Andolfatto 2018. How the manakin got its crown: a novel trait that is unlikely to cause speciation [Letter]. PNAS 115: E4144-E4145. Online. PDF.

103. M. Schumer, G.G. Rosenthal, & P. Andolfatto 2018. What do we mean when we talk about hybrid speciation? Heredity doi:10.1038/s41437-017-0036-z. Online. PDF.

102. K. Boulton, C. Walling, A. Grimmer, G. G. Rosenthal, & A. Wilson 2018. Phenotypic and genetic integration of personality and growth under competition in the sheepshead swordtail, Xiphophorus birchmanni. Evolution 72: 187–201. Online. PDF.

101. M. Schumer*, R. Cui*, P. J. Delclos*, M. Squire*, D. L. Powell*, P. Andolfatto, & G. G. Rosenthal 2017. Assortative mating and persistent reproductive isolation in hybrids. PNAS 114: 10936–10941. Online. PDF.

100. G. G. Rosenthal 2017. Mate Choice: the Evolution of Sexual Decision Making from Microbes to Humans. Princeton University Press, 648 pp. [reviewed in Science, Current Biology, and Quarterly Review of Biology]

99. Z. Baker, M. Schumer, Y. Haba, L. Bashkirova, C. Holland*, G. G. Rosenthal, & M. Przeworski 2017. Repeated losses of PRDM9-directed recombination despite the conservation of PRDM9 across vertebrates. eLife 6: e24133. Online. PDF.

98. R. Cui*, P.J. Delclos*, M. Schumer*, & G. G. Rosenthal 2017. Early social learning triggers neurogenomic expression changes in a swordtail fish. Proceedings: Biological Sciences 284: pii: 20170701. Online. PDF.

97. S.J. Ingley and G. G. Rosenthal 2017. Digest: Mechanisms of assortative mating and ecological speciation. Evolution 71: 185-186. Online. PDF.

96. L. Chouinard-Thuly, S. Gierzewski*, G. G. Rosenthal, & 13 others 2017. Technical and conceptual considerations for using animated stimuli in studies of animal behavior. Curr. Zool. Online. PDF.

95. D.L. Powell* & G.G. Rosenthal 2017. What artifice can and cannot tell us about animal behavior. Curr. Zool. Online. PDF.

94. M. Schumer*, R. Cui*, D. L. Powell*, G. G. Rosenthal, & P. Andolfatto 2016. Ancient hybridization and genomic stabilization in a swordtail fish. Mol. Ecol.25: 2661–2679. Online. PDF.

93. G. G. Rosenthal  2016. Mate choice: charting desire’s tangled bank. Current Biology 26: R294-R296. Online. PDF.

92. R. Cui*, M. Schumer*, & G. G. Rosenthal 2016. Admix’em: A flexible framework for forward-time simulations of hybrid populations with selection and mate choice. Bioinformatics 32: 1103-1105. Online. PDF.

91. M. Schumer*, R. Cui*, G. G. Rosenthal, & P. Andolfatto 2016. simMSG: an experimental design tool for high-throughput genotyping of hybrids. Mol. Ecol. Resources 16: 183-192. Online. PDF.

90. C. Passos*, B. Tassino, G. G. Rosenthal, & M. Reichard 2015. Reproductive behavior and sexual selection in annual fishes.  In Annual Fishes: Life History Strategy, Diversity, and Evolution, N. Berois, G. Garcia, R. de Sá eds. CRC press. 201-223. Buy.

89. D. N. Orbach*, G. G. Rosenthal, & B. Würsig 2015. Copulation rate declines with mating group size in dusky dolphins (Lagenorhynchus obscurus). Can. J.  Zool. 2015, 93: 503-507. Online. PDF.

88. K. Boulton, G.G. Rosenthal, A.J. Grimmer, C. A. Walling, A.J. Wilson 2016. Sex-specific plasticity and genotype x sex interactions for age and size of maturity in the sheepshead swordtail, Xiphophorus birchmanni. J. Evol. Biol. doi: 10.1111/jeb.12814. Online. PDF.

87. S. J. Ingley*, M. Rahmani Asl*, C. Wu*, R. Cui*, M. Gadelhak*, W. Li*, J. Zhang*, J. Simpson, C. Hash, T. Butkowski*, T. Veen, J. B. Johnson*, W. Yan, & G. G. Rosenthal 2015. anyFish 2.0: an open-source software platform to generate and share animated fish models to study behavior. SoftwareX 3: 13-21. Online. PDF.

86. J. B. Johnson*, Z. W. Culumber*, R. Easterling , & G. G. Rosenthal 2015. Boldness and predator evasion in naturally hybridizing swordtails (Teleostei: Xiphophorus). Curr. Zool. 61: 596-603. Online. PDF.

 85. M. Schumer*, R. Cui*, G. G. Rosenthal, & P. Andolfatto 2015. Reproductive isolation of hybrid populations driven by genetic incompatibilities. PLoS Genetics 11: e1005041. Online. PDF.

84. K. A. Paczolt*, C. N. Passow, P. J. Delclos*, H. K. Kindsvater*, A. G. Jones, & G. G. Rosenthal 2015. Multiple mating and reproductive skew in parental and introgressed females of the live-bearing fish Xiphophorus birchmanni. J. Hered. 106:57-66. Online. PDF.

83. C. Passos*, B. Tassino,  F. Reyes, & G. G. Rosenthal 2014. Seasonal variation in female mate choice and operational sex ratio in wild populations of an annual fish, Austrolebias reicherti. PLoS One 9: e101649. Online. PDF.

82. J. B. Johnson*, D. C. Macedo, C. N. Passow, &  G. G. Rosenthal 2014. Sexual ornaments, body morphology, and swimming performance in naturally hybridizing swordtails (Teleostei: Xiphophorus). PLoS One 9: e109025. Online. PDF.

81. M. Schumer*, R. Cui*, D. L. Powell*, R. Dresner, G. G. Rosenthal, & P. Andolfatto 2014a.High-resolution mapping reveals hundreds of genetic incompatibilities in hybridizing fish species. eLife 2014: 10.7554/eLife.02535. Online. PDF.

80. M. Schumer*, G. G. Rosenthal, & P. Andolfatto 2014b. How common is homoploid hybrid speciation? Evolution 68: 1553-1560. Online. PDF.

79. Z.W. Culumber*, O.M. Ochoa, & G. G. Rosenthal 2014. Assortative mating and the maintenance of population structure in a natural hybrid zone. Am. Nat. 184: 225-232. Online. PDF.

 78. K. Boulton, A. J. Grimmer, G. G. Rosenthal, C. A. Walling, & A. J. Wilson 2014. How stable are personalities?  A multivariate view of behavioural variation over long and short timescales in the sheepshead swordtail, Xiphophorus birchmanni. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 68: 791-803. Online. PDF.

77. N.L. Ratterman*, G.G. Rosenthal, G.E. Carney, & A.G. Jones 2014. Genetic variation and covariation in male attractiveness and female mating preferences in Drosophila melanogaster. G3: Genes|Genomes|Genetics 4: 79-88. Online. PDF.

76. C. R. Schacter*, L. B. Albright, E. A. Dubofsky, J. N. Fitzsimmons, R. Focht, L. E. Nadler‡, M. Sandercock, L. Taylor, D. Walfoort‡, T. Whitten, L. J. Williams, & G. G. Rosenthal 2014. Risk-sensitive resource defense in a territorial reef fish. Environ. Biol. Fish. 97: 813-819. Online. PDF.

75. C. Passos*, F. Reyes, B. Tassino, G. G. Rosenthal, & A. González 2013. Female annual killifish Austrolebias reicherti (Cyprinodontiformes, Rivulidae) attend to male chemical cues. Ethology 119: 891-897. Online. PDF.

74. T. Veen†, S.J. Ingley*, R. Cui*, J. Simpson‡, M. Rahmani Asl*, J. Zhang*, T. Butkowski*, W. Li*, C. Hash, J. B. Johnson, W. Yan, & G. G. Rosenthal 2013. anyFish: open-source software to generate animated fish models for behavioral studies. Evol. Ecol. Res. 15: 361-375. PDF.

73. Z.W. Culumber and G.G. Rosenthal 2013. Mating preferences do not maintain the tailspot polymorphism in the platyfish, Xiphophorus variatusBehav. Ecol. 24: 1286-1291. Online. PDF.

72. Z.W. Culumber* & G.G. Rosenthal 2013. Population-level mating patterns and fluctuating asymmetry in swordtail hybrids. Naturwissenschaften 100: 801-804. Online. PDF.

71. A.J. Wilson, A. Grimmer, & G. G. Rosenthal 2013. Causes and consequences of contest outcome: aggressiveness, dominance and growth in the sheepshead swordtail, Xiphophorus birchmanni. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 67: 1151-1161. Online. PDF.

70. G. G. Rosenthal 2013. Editorial: what is it like to be a peahen? Curr. Zool. 59: 180 – 183. PDF.

69. R. Cui*, M. Schumer*, K. Kruesi*, R. Walter, P. Andolfatto and G.G. Rosenthal 2013. Phylogenomics reveals extensive reticulate evolution in Xiphophorus fishes. Evolution 67: 2166-2179. Online. PDF.

68. C. Passos*, B. Tassino, M. Loureiro & G. G. Rosenthal 2013. Intra- and intersexual selection on male body size in the annual killifish Austrolebias charrua. Behavioural Processes 96: 20-26. Online. PDF.

67. H.K. Kindsvater*, S. Simpson‡, G.G. Rosenthal, & S.H. Alonzo 2013. Male diet, female experience, and female size influence maternal investment in swordtails. Behav. Ecol. 24: 691-697. Online. PDF.

66. M. Schumer*, R. Cui*, B. Boussau, R. Walter, G. G. Rosenthal, and P. Andolfatto 2013. An evaluation of the hybrid speciation hypothesis for Xiphophorus clemenciae based on whole genome sequences. Evolution 67:1155–1168. Online. PDF.

65. G. G. Rosenthal 2013. Individual mating decisions and hybridization. J. Evol. Biol 26:252-5. PDF.

64. H.K. Kindsvater*, G.G. Rosenthal, & S.H. Alonzo 2012. Maternal size and age shape offspring size in a live-bearing fish, Xiphophorus birchmanni. PLoS One 7:e48473. Online. PDF.

63. Z.W. Culumber*, D.B. Shepard, S.W. Coleman, G.G. Rosenthal, & M. Tobler 2012. Physiological adaptation along environmental gradients and replicated hybrid zone structure in swordtails (Teleostei: Xiphophorus). J. Evol. Biol. 25: 1800-1814. Online. PDF.

62. P.M. Willis*, G.G. Rosenthal, & M.J. Ryan 2012. An indirect cue of predation risk counteracts female preference for conspecifics in a naturally hybridizing fish Xiphophorus birchmanni. PLoS One 7: e34802. Online. PDF.

61. M. N. Verzijden,, Z.W. Culumber*, & G.G. Rosenthal 2012. Opposite effects of learning cause asymmetric mate preferences in hybridizing species. Behav. Ecol. 23: 1133-1139. Online. PDF.

60. J.A. Klassen*, M.L. Morrison, H.A. Mathewson, G.G. Rosenthal, & R. Neal Wilkins 2012. Canopy characteristics affect reproductive success of golden-cheeked warblers. Wildlife Society Bulletin 36: 54-60. PDF.

59. G.G. Rosenthal & D.M. Stuart-Fox 2012. Environmental disturbance and animal communication. In: Behavioural responses to a changing world: mechanisms and consequences, B. B. M. Wong &  U. Candolin eds., Oxford University Press. 16-31. Online. PDF.

58. K. Kruesi*, G.G. Rosenthal, & G. Alcaraz 2011.  Growth and male ornamentation in Xiphophorus montezumae. Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 44: 159-169. Online. PDF.

57. P.M. Willis*, M.J. Ryan, & G.G. Rosenthal 2011. Encounter rates with conspecific males influence female mate choice in a naturally hybridizing fish. Behav. Ecol. 22: 1234-1240. Online. PDF.

56. M.N. Verzijden & G.G. Rosenthal 2011. Effects of sensory modality on learned mate preferences in female swordtails. Anim. Behav. 82: 557-562. Online. PDF.

55. G.G. Rosenthal & M.J. Ryan 2011. Conflicting preferences within females: sexual selection versus species recognition. Biol. Lett. 7: 525-527. Online. PDF.

54. G.G. Rosenthal, J. N. Fitzsimmons, K. K. Woods, G. Gerlach & H. S. Fisher* 2011. Tactical release of a sexually-selected pheromone in a swordtail fish. PLoS One 6: e16994. PDF.

53.  Z.W. Culumber*, H. S. Fisher, M. Tobler, M. Mateos, P.H. Barber, M. D. Sorenson & G.G. Rosenthal 2011. Replicated hybrid zones of Xiphophorus swordtails along an elevational gradient. Mol. Ecol. 20: 342-356. Online. PDF.

52. G.G. Rosenthal & F.J. García de León  2011. Speciation and hybridization.  In: Ecology and Evolution of Poeciliid Fishes (J. Evans, A. Pilastro, I. Schlupp eds.), University of Chicago Press. PDF.

51. M. Tobler, Z.W. Culumber*, M. Plath, K.O. Winemiller, & G.G. Rosenthal 2011. An indigenous religious ritual selects for resistance to a toxicant in a livebearing fish. Biol. Lett. 7:229-232. Online. PDF.

50. G.G. Rosenthal & N.J. Marshall 2011. Communication behaviour: visual signals. In: Encyclopedia of Fish Physiology: From Genome to Environment, Academic Press, vol. 1, pp. 692-698. PDF.

49. T. Butkowski*, W. Yan, A. M. Gray, R. Cui*, M. N. Verzijden, & G.G. Rosenthal 2011.  Automated interactive video playback for studies of animal communication.  J. Vis. Exp. e2374. Online. PDF.

48. G.G. Rosenthal and M.J. Ryan 2010. Multiple visual cues, receiver psychology, and signal evolution in pygmy swordtails. In Viviparous Fishes II, M. Uribe Aranzabal and H. Grier eds., New Life Publications, pp. 345-356. PDF.

47. G.G. Rosenthal 2010. Do Fish Feel Pain? [review] Q. Rev. Biol. 85: 515. PDF.

46. I. Gomez-Mestre, V.L. Saccoccio, T. Ijima, E.M Collins, G.G. Rosenthal, & K.M. Warkentin 2010. The shape of things to come: linking developmental plasticity to post-metamorphic morphology in anurans. J. Evol. Biol. 23: 1364–1373. Online. PDF.

45. G.G. Rosenthal 2010. Swordtails and platyfishes. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, volume 3, M.D. Breed and J. Moore eds.,  Oxford, UK: Academic Press, pp. 363-367. PDF.

44. G.G. Rosenthal 2010. Playbacks in behavioral experiments. In: Breed M.D. and Moore J., (eds.) Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, volume 2, Oxford, UK: Academic Press, pp. 745-749. PDF.

43. H.S. Fisher & G.G. Rosenthal 2010. Relative abundance of Xiphophorus fishes and its effect on sexual communication. Ethology 116: 32-38. Online. PDF.

42. M. Dugas* & G.G. Rosenthal 2010. Carotenoid-rich mouth colors influence the conspicuousness of nestling birds. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 64: 455-462. Online. PDF.

41. M. Tobler, S.W. Coleman, B.D. Perkins, & G.G. Rosenthal 2010. Reduced opsin gene expression in a cave-dwelling fish. Biol. Lett. 6: 98-101. Online. PDF.

40. S.W. Coleman, Z.W. Culumber*, A. Meaders, J. Henson & G.G. Rosenthal 2009. Inducible molecular defenses, ultraviolet radiation, and melanomagenesis in natural Xiphophorus hybrids – a field-based investigation of lab-based cancer models. Env. Biol. Fish 86: 279-284. Online. PDF.

39. H.S. Fisher*, S. Mascuch & G.G. Rosenthal 2009. Multivariate male traits misalign with multivariate female preferences in the swordtail fish, Xiphophorus birchmanni. Anim. Behav. 78: 265-269. Online. PDF.

38. N. L. Ratterman*, G.G. Rosenthal, and A. G. Jones 2009. Sex recognition via chemical cues in the sex-role-reversed Gulf pipefish (Syngnathus scovelli). Ethology 115: 339-346. Online. PDF.

37. K. Summers, K. Roney, J. da Silva, G. Capraro, B.J. Cuthberson, S. Kazianis, G.G. Rosenthal, M.J. Ryan, and T.J. McConnell 2009. Divergent patterns of selection on the DAB and DXB MHC Class II loci in Xiphophorus fishes. Genetica 135: 379-390. Online. PDF.

36. N. J. Fabian, L. B. Albright, G. Gerlach, H. S. Fisher*, and G.G. Rosenthal 2007. Humic acid interferes with species recognition in zebrafish (Danio rerio). J. Chem. Ecol. 33: 2090-2096. Online. PDF.

35. G.G. Rosenthal 2007. Spatiotemporal aspects of visual signals in animal communication. Annu. Rev. Ecol. Evol. Syst. 38:155-178. Online. PDF.

34. J. Buckingham*, B. B. M. Wong and G.G. Rosenthal 2007. Shoaling decisions in female swordtails: how do fish gauge group size? Behaviour 144: 1333-1346. Online. PDF.

33. H. S. Fisher* and G.G. Rosenthal 2007. Male swordtails court with an audience in mind. Biol. Lett. 3: 5-7. Online. PDF.

32. S. W. Coleman and G.G. Rosenthal 2006. Swordtail fry attend to chemical and visual cues in detecting predators and conspecifics. PLoS One 1: e118. Online. PDF.

31. H. S. Fisher* andG.G. Rosenthal 2006. Hungry females show stronger mating preferences. Behav. Ecol. 17: 979-981. Online. PDF.

30. H. S. Fisher* and G.G. Rosenthal 2006. Female swordtail fish use chemical cues to select well-fed mates. Anim. Behav. 72: 721-725. Online. PDF.

29. G.G. Rosenthal and F. J. García de León 2006. Sexual behavior, genes, and evolution in Xiphophorus. Zebrafish 35: 85-90. Online. PDF.

28. H. S. Fisher*, B. B. M. Wong, and G.G. Rosenthal 2006. Alteration of the chemical environment disrupts communication in a freshwater fish. Proceedings: Biological Sciences 273: 1187–1193. Online. PDF.

27. B. B. M. Wong and G.G. Rosenthal 2006. Female disdain for swords in a swordtail fish. Am. Nat. 167: 136-140. Online. PDF.

26. G.G. Rosenthal and P. Lobel 2005. Communication. In Behaviour and Physiology of Fish (vol. 24), K. Sloman, S. Balshine, R. Wilson eds., Academic Press. PDF.

25. G.G. Rosenthal and M.J. Ryan 2005. Assortative preferences for stripe patterns in danios. Anim. Behav. 70: 1063-1066. Online. PDF.

24. B. B. M. Wong, H. S. Fisher*, and G.G. Rosenthal 2005. Species recognition by male swordtails via chemical cues. Behav. Ecol. 16: 818-822. Online. PDF.

23. B. B. M. Wong, C. Bibeau, K. Bishop, and G.G. Rosenthal 2005. Response to perceived predation threat in fiddler crabs: trust thy neighbor as thyself? Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 58: 345-350. Online. PDF.

22.  N. Shashar, G.G. Rosenthal, T. Caras, S. Manor, and G. Katzir 2005. Species recognition in the blackbordered damselfish Dascyllus marginatus (Rüppell): an evaluation of computer-animated playback techniques. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 318: 111-118. PDF.

21. B. B. M. Wong and G.G. Rosenthal 2005. Shoal choice in swordtails when preferences conflict. Ethology 111: 179-186. Online. PDF.

20.  K. E. Roney, B. J. Cuthbertson, U. B. Godwin, S. Kazianis, L. Della Coletta, G.G. Rosenthal, M.J. Ryan, M. Schmidt, and T. J. McConnell 2004. Alternative splicing of major histocompatibility complex class II DXB transcripts in Xiphophorus fishes. Immunogenetics 56: 462-466. Online. PDF.

19. G.G. Rosenthal, A. S. Rand, and M.J. Ryan 2004. The vocal sac as a visual cue in anuran communication: an experimental analysis using video playback. Anim. Behav. 68: 55-58. Online. PDF.

18. E. R. Turnell, K. D. Mann, G.G. Rosenthal, and G. Gerlach 2003. Mate choice in zebrafish (Danio rerio) analyzed with video-stimulus techniques. Biol. Bull. 205: 225-226. Online. PDF.

17. G.G. Rosenthal, X. F. de la Rosa Reyna, S. Kazianis, M.J. Stephens, D. C. Morizot, M.J. Ryan, and F. J. García de León 2003. Dissolution of sexual signal complexes in a hybrid zone between the swordtails Xiphophorus birchmanni and Xiphophorus malinche (Poeciliidae). Copeia 2003: 299-307. Online. PDF.

16. M. E. Cummings, G.G. Rosenthal, and M.J. Ryan 2003. A private ultraviolet channel in visual communication. Proceedings: Biological Sciences 270: 897-904. Online. PDF.

15. J. Kingston, G.G. Rosenthal, and M.J. Ryan 2003. The role of sexual selection in maintaining a colour polymorphism in the pygmy swordtail Xiphophorus pygmaeus. Anim. Behav. 65: 735-743. Online. PDF.

14. G.G. Rosenthal, M.J. Ryan, and W. E. Wagner, Jr. 2002. Secondary loss of preference for swords in the pygmy swordtail Xiphophorus nigrensis (Pisces: Poeciliidae). Anim. Behav. 63: 37-45. Online. PDF.

13. G.G. Rosenthal, T. Y. Flores Martinez, F. J. García de León, and M.J. Ryan 2001. Shared preferences by predators and females for male ornaments in swordtails. Am. Nat. 158: 146-154. Online. PDF.

12. M.J. Ryan and G.G. Rosenthal 2001. Variation and selection in swordtails. In Model Systems in Behavioral Ecology, L. A. Dugatkin ed., Princeton University Press, 133-148. PDF.

11. G.G. Rosenthal and M.J. Ryan 2000. Visual and acoustic communication in nonhuman animals: a comparison. J. Biosci. 25: 285-290. Online. PDF.

10. R. F. Oliveira, G.G. Rosenthal, I. Schlupp, P. K. McGregor, I. C. Cuthill, J. A. Endler, L. J. Fleishman, J. Zeil, E. Barata, F. Burford, D. Gonçalves, M. Healey, S. Jakobsson, M. D. Jennions, K. E. Körner, L. Lindström, T. Peake, A. Pilastro, D. S. Pope, S. G. B. Roberts, C. Rowe, J. Smith, and J. R. Waas 2000. Considerations on the use of video playbacks as visual stimuli: the Lisbon workshop consensus. Acta Ethologica 3: 61-65. Online. PDF.

9. G.G. Rosenthal 2000. Design considerations and techniques for constructing video stimuli. Acta Ethol. 3: 49-54. Online. PDF.

8. R.F. Oliveira , P. K. McGregor , I. Schlupp , and G.G. Rosenthal 2000. Video playback techniques in behavioural research [editorial]. Acta Ethologica 3: 1. Online. PDF.

7. G.G. Rosenthal and M. R. Servedio 1999. Chase-away sexual selection: resistance to “resistance”. Evolution 53: 296-299. Online. PDF.

6. M.J. Ryan, N. M. Kime, and G.G. Rosenthal 1998. Human language and animal communication. Behav. Brain Sci.21, 282-283. Online. PDF.

5. G.G. Rosenthal 1999. Using video playbacks to study sexual selection. Env. Biol. Fishes 56: 307-316. Online. PDF.

4. G.G. Rosenthal and C. S. Evans 1998. Female preference for swords in Xiphophorus helleri reflects a bias for large apparent size. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 95: 4431-4436. Online. PDF.

3. D. Clark, J. Macedonia, and G.G. Rosenthal 1997. Testing video playback to lizards in the field. Copeia 1997: 421-423. Online. PDF.

2. G.G. Rosenthal, C. S. Evans, and W. L. Miller 1996. Female preference for a dynamic trait in the green swordtail, Xiphophorus helleri. Anim. Behav. 51: 811-820. Online. PDF.

1. M. Kirkpatrick and G.G. Rosenthal 1994. Fearful symmetry [News and Views]. Nature 372: 134-135.135. Online. PDF.

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