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Publications

Harrison TL, CW Wood, KD Heath, and JR Stinchcombe. 2017. Geographically structured genetic variation in the Medicago lupulinaEnsifer mutualism. Evolution. doi:10.1111/evo.13268 (full text)

TL, CW Wood, I Borges, and JR Stinchcombe. 2017. No evidence for adaptation to local rhizobial mutualists in the legume Medicago lupulina. Ecology and Evolution. doi:10.1002/ece3.3012 (full text)

CW and ED Brodie III. 2016. Evolutionary response when selection and genetic variation covary across environments. Ecology Letters 19:1189-1200. (full text)

Formica VA, CW Wood, P Cook, and ED Brodie III. 2016. Consistency of animal social networks after disturbance. Behavioral Ecology 28:85-93. (full text)

Wood CW and ED Brodie III. 2015. Environmental effects on the structure of the G-matrix. Evolution 69: 2927-2940. (full text)

Wood CW, HE Marti, and ED Brodie III. 2014. The effect of ecological context and relatedness on larval cannibalism in a fungus-associated beetle. Behavioral Ecology 25: 951-959. (full text)

Wood CW, HM Donald, VA Formica, and ED Brodie III. 2013. Surprisingly little population genetic structure in a fungus-associated beetle despite its exploitation of multiple hosts. Ecology and Evolution 3: 1484-1494. (full text)

Donald HM, CW Wood, KM Benowitz, RA Johnson, ED Brodie III, and VA Formica. 2012. Nondestructive sampling of insect DNA from defensive secretion. Molecular Ecology Resources 12: 856-860. (full text)

Formica VA, CW Wood, W Larsen, RE Butterfield, ME Augat, H Hougen, and ED Brodie III. 2011. Fitness consequences of social network position in a wild population of forked fungus beetles (Bolitotherus cornutus). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25: 130-137. (full text)

Formica VA, JW McGlothlin, CW Wood, ME Augat, RE Butterfield, ME Barnard, and ED Brodie III. 2011. Phenotypic assortment mediates the effect of social selection in a wild beetle population. Evolution 65: 2771-2781. (full text)

Formica VA, ME Augat, ME Barnard, RE Butterfield, CW Wood, and ED Brodie III. 2010. Using home range estimates to construct social networks for species with indirect behavioral interactions. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 64: 1199-1208. (full text)