Publications

Articles

 

McGlothlin, J.W., Kobiela, M.E., Wright ,H.V., Mahler, D.L.,Kolbe, J.J. Losos, J.B .Brodie, E.D . III.  2018 Adaptive radiation along a deeply conserved genetic line of least resistance in Anolis lizards. Evolution Letters 2(4): 310-322. doi: 10.1002/evl3.72  PDF

Perry, B. W. 2018. Molecular Adaptations for Sensing and Securing Prey and Insight into Amniote Genome Diversity from the Garter Snake Genome. Genome Biology and Evolution 10(8):2110–2129. doi.org/10.1093/gbe/evy157. PDF

Wood, C. W., E. W. Wice, S. Paul, J. del Sol, B. J. Sanderson, and E. D. Brodie III. 2018. Constraints imposed by a natural landscape override offspring fitness effects to shape oviposition decisions in wild forked fungus beetles. The American Naturalist 191(4):524-538. 10.1002/evl3.72. PDF

 

Hague, M. T. J, C. R. Feldman, E. D. Brodie, Jr., E. D. Brodie III. 2017. Convergent adaptation to dangerous prey proceeds through the same first-step mutation in the garter snake Thamnophis sirtalis. Evolution 71:1504-1518. PDF

Neuman-Lee, L., E. D. Brodie, Jr, T. Hansen; E. D. Brodie III, S. S. French. 2016. To stress or not to stress: Physiological responses to tetrodotoxin in resistant gartersnakes vary by sex. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part A 209:34-40. PDF

 

Formica, V. A., C. W. Wood, P. Cook*, E. D. Brodie III. 2017. Consistency of animal social networks after disturbance. Behavioral Ecology 28 (1): 85-93 doi:10.1093/beheco/arw128. PDF

 

McGlothlin, J. W. , M. E. Kobiela, C. R. Feldman, T. A. Castoe, S. L. Geffeney, C. T. Hanifin, G. Toledo, F. J. Vonk, M. K. Richardson, E. D. Brodie, Jr., M. E. Pfrender, and E. D. Brodie III. 2016. Historical contingency in a multigene family facilitates adaptive evolution of toxin resistance. Current Biology 26:1616-1621. PDF

 

Wood, C. W. and E. D. Brodie III. 2016. Evolutionary response when selection and genetic variation covary across environments. Ecology Letters 19:1189-2000. doi: 10.1111/ele.12662 PDF

 

Neuman-Lee, L. A., E. D. Brodie, Jr., T. Hansen, E. D. Brodie III, and S.S. French. 2016. Comparing the natural and anthropogenic sodium channel blockers tetrodotoxin and indoxacarb in gartersnakes. Journal of Experimental Zoology: Part A. 4:255-264 PDF

 

Hague, M. T. J., L. A. Avila, C. T. Hanifin, W. A. Snedden, A. N. Stokes, E.D. Brodie Jr., and E. D. Brodie III. 2016. Toxicity and population structure of the rough-skinned newt (Taricha granulosa) outside the range of an arms race with predators. Ecology and Evolution 9:2714-2724. doi:10.1002/ece3.2068 PDF

 

Sanderson, B. J., M. E. Augat, D. R. Taylor and E. D. Brodie III. 2016. Scale dependence in wild plant populations: Implications for social selection. Ecology and Evolution 6: 1411–1419. doi: 10.1002/ece3.1958 PDF

 

Feldman, C. R., A. M. Durso, C. T. Hanifin, M. E. Pfrender, P. 
K. Ducey, A. N. Stokes, K. E. Barnett, E. D. Brodie III, and E. D. Brodie Jr. 2016. Is there more than one way to skin a newt? Convergent toxin resistance in snakes is not due to a common genetic mechanism. Heredity 116:84–91. 10.1038/hdy.2015.73 PDF

 

Wood, C. W. and E. D. Brodie III. 2015. Environmental effects on the structure of the G-matrix. Evolution 69: 2927–2940 PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III, and E. D. Brodie, Jr. 2015. Predictably convergent evolution of sodium channels in the arms race between predators and prey. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 86: 48-57. doi:10.1159/000435905 PDF

 

Stokes, A. N., A. W. Ray, M. W. Buktenica,B. G. Gall, E. Paulson, D. Paulson, S. S. French, E. D. Brodie III, and E. D. Brodie, Jr. 2015. Otter predation on Taricha granulosa and variation in tetrodotoxin levels with elevation. Northwestern Naturalist 96:13-21. PDF

 

Gall, B. G., A. N. Stokes, J. J. Pett, K. L. Spivey, S. S. French, E. D. Brodie III, and E. D. Brodie, Jr. 2014. Tetrodotoxin concentrations within a clutch and across embryonic development in the eggs of the rough-skinned newts (Taricha granulosa). Toxicon 90: 249-254 PDF

 

McGlothlin, J. W., J. P. Chuckalovcak, D. E. Janes, S. V. Edwards, C. R. Feldman, E. D. Brodie, Jr., and E. D. Brodie III. 2014. Parallel evolution of tetrodotoxin resistance in three voltage-gated sodium channel genes in the garter snake Thamnophis sirtalis. Molecular Biology and Evolution 31:2836-2846. PDF

 

Stokes, A. N., P. K. Ducey, L. Neuman-Lee, C. T. Hanifin, S. S. French, M. E. Pfrender, E. D. Brodie III, E. D. Brodie, Jr. 2014. Confirmation and Distribution of Tetrodotoxin for the First Time in Terrestrial Invertebrates: Two Terrestrial Flatworm Species (Bipalium adventitium and Bipalium kewense). PLoS ONE 9(6): e100718. PDF

 

Wood, C. W., H. Marti, E. D. Brodie III. 2014. The effect of ecological context and relatedness on larval cannibalism in a fungus-associated beetle. Behavioral Ecology 25, 951-959. PDF

 

McGlothlin, J. W., J. B. Wolf, E. D. Brodie III, and A. J. Moore. 2014. Quantitative genetic versions of Hamilton's rule with empirical applications. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, B. 369:20130358. PDF

 

Edgehouse, M., L. C. Latta IV, E. D. Brodie III, E. D. Brodie, Jr. 2014. Interspecific aggression and habitat partitioning in garter snakes. PLoS ONE 9:e86208. PDF

 

Wood, C. W., H. Donald, V. Formica, E. D. 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. PDF

 

Sanger, T. J, E. Sherratt, J. W. McGlothlin, E. D. Brodie III, J. B. Losos, A. Abzhanov. 2013. Convergent evolution of sexual dimorphism in skull shape using distinct developmental strategies. Evolution 67:2180-2193. PDF

 

Losos, J. B., S. J. Arnold, G. Bejerano, E. D. Brodie III, D. Hibbett, H. E. Hoekstra, D. P. Mindell, A. Monteiro, C. Moritz, H. A. Orr, D. A. Petrov, S. S. Renner, R. E. Ricklefs, P. S. Soltis, and T. L. Turner. 2013. Evolutionary biology for the 21st century. PLoS Biology 11: e1001466. PDF

 

Gall, B. G., A. N. Stokes, S. S. French, E. D. Brodie III, and E. D. Brodie Jr. 2012. Female newts (Taricha granulosa) produce tetrodotoxin laden eggs after long term captivity. Toxicon 60:1057-1062. PDF

 

Donald, H. M., C. W. Wood, K. M. Benowitz, R. A. Johnson, E. D. Brodie III, and V. A. Formica. 2012. Nondestructive sampling of insect DNA from defensive secretion. Molecular Ecology Resources published online. PDF

 

Feldman, C. R., E. D. Brodie, Jr., E. D. Brodie III, and M. E. Pfrender. 2012. Constraint shapes convergence in tetrodotoxin-resistant sodium channels of snakes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 109:4556-4561. PDF

 

Formica, V. A., C. W. Wood, W. B. Larsen, R. E. Butterfield, M. E. Augat, H. Y. Hougen, and E. D. Brodie III. 2012. Fitness consequences of social network position

in a wild population of forked fungus beetles (Bolitotherus cornutus). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 25:130-137. PDF

 

Kolbe, J. J., L. J. Revell, B. Szekely, E. D. Brodie III, and J. B. Losos. 2011. Convergent evolution of phenotypic integration and its alignment with morphological diversification in Caribbean Anolis ecomorphs. Evolution 65:3608-3624. PDF

 

Delph, L. F., J. C. Steven, I. A. Anderson, C. R. Herlihy, and E. D. Brodie III. 2011. Elimination of a genetic correlation between the sexes via artificial correlational selection. Evolution 65:2872-2880. PDF

 

Formica, V. A. J. W. McGlothlin, C. W. Wood, M. E. Augat, R. E. Butterfield, M. E. Barnard, and E. D. Brodie III. 2011. Phenotypic assortment mediates the effect of social selection in a wild beetle population. Evolution 65:2771-2781. PDF

 

Feldman, S. H., M. Formica, and E. D. Brodie III. 2011. Opisthotonus, torticollis and mortality in a breeding colony of Anolis sp. lizards. Lab Animal 40:1-2. PDF

Gall, B. G., A. N. Stokes, S. S. French, E. A. Schlepphorst, E. D. Brodie III, and E. D. Brodie, Jr. 2011. Tetrodotoxin levels in larval and metamorphosed newts (Taricha granulosa) and palatability to predatory dragonflies. Toxicon 57:978-983. PDF

 

Gall, B. G., E. D. Brodie III, and E. D. Brodie, Jr. 2011. Survival and growth of the caddisfly Limnephilus flavastellus after predation on toxic eggs of the Rough-skinned Newt (Taricha granulosa). Canadian Journal of Zoology 89:483-489. PDF

 

Stokes, A. N., D. G. Cook, C. T. Hanifin, E. D. Brodie III, and E. D. Brodie, Jr. 2011. Sex-biased predation on newts of the genus Taricha by a novel predator and its relationship with tetrodotoxin toxicity. American Midland Naturalist 365:389-399. PDF

 

Castoe, T. A., A. M. Bronikowski, E. D. Brodie III, S. V. Edwards, M. E. Pfrender, M. D. Shapiro, D. D. Pollock, and W. C. Warren. 2011. A proposal to sequence the genome of a garter snake (Thamnophis sirtalis). Standards in Genomic Sciences 4:257-270. PDF

 

Liebgold, E.B., E. D. Brodie III, and P. R. Cabe. 2011. Female philopatry and male-biased dispersal in a direct-developing salamander, Plethedon cinereus. Molecular Ecology 20:249-257. PDF

 

Williams, B. L., C. T. Hanifin, E. D. Brodie, Jr., and E. D. Brodie III. 2010. Tetrodotoxin (TTX) affects survival probability of rough skinned newts (Taricha granulosa) faced with TTX-resistant garter snake predators (Thamnophis sirtalis). Chemoecology 20:285-290. PDF

 

Feldman, C. R., E. D. Brodie, Jr., E. D. Brodie III, and M. E. Pfrender. 2010. Genetic architecture of a feeding adaptation: garter snake (Thamnophis) resistance to tetrodotoxin bearing prey. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 277:3317-3325. PDF

 

McGlothlin, J. W., A. J. Moore, J. B. Wolf, and E. D. Brodie III. 2010. Interacting phenotypes and the evolutionary process. III. Social evolution. Evolution 64:2558-2574. PDF

 

Formica, V. A., M .E. Augat, M. E. Barnard, R. E. Butterfield, C. W. Wood, and E. D. Brodie III. 2010. Using home range estimates to construct social networks for species with indirect behavioral interactions. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 64:1199-1208. PDF

 

Wade, M. J. et al. 2010. Multilevel and kin selection in a connected world. Nature 463:E8-E9. PDF

 

Frey, F. M., C. M. Lively, and E. D. Brodie III. 2010. Selection and evolution with a deck of cards. Evolution: Education and Outreach 3:114-120. PDF

 

Holliday, A. E., F. M. Walker, E. D. Brodie III, V. A. Formica. 2009. Differences in defensive volatiles of the forked fungus beetle, Bolitotherus cornutus, living on two species of fungus. Journal of Chemical Ecology 35:1302-1308. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III. 2009. Toxins and venoms. Current Biology 19:R931-R935. PDF

 

Feldman, C. R., E. D. Brodie, Jr., E. D. Brodie III, and M. E. Pfrender. 2009. The evolutionary origins of beneficial alleles during the repeated adaptation of garter snakes to deadly prey. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 106:13415-13420. PDF

 

Bleakley, B. H. and E. D. Brodie III. 2009. Indirect genetic effects influence antipredator behavior in guppies: Estimates of the coefficient of interaction psi and the inheritance of reciprocity. Evolution 63:1796-1806. PDF

 

McGlothlin, J. W. and E. D. Brodie III. 2009. How to measure indirect genetic effects: the congruence of trait-based and variance-partitioning approaches. Evolution 63:1785-1795. PDF

 

Hanifin, C. F, E. D. Brodie, Jr. and E. D. Brodie III. 2008. Phenotypic mismatches reveal escape from arms-race coevolution. PLoS Biology 6:471-482. (See also commentary) PDF

 

Bleakley, B. H., A. C. Eklund, and E. D. Brodie III. 2008. Are designer guppies inbred? Microsatellite variation in five strains of ornamental guppies, Poecilia reticulata, used for behavioral research. Zebrafish 5:39-48. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III. 2007. Population size is not genetic quality. Animal Conservation 10:288-290. PDF

 

Bleakley, B. H., D. Parker, and E. D. Brodie III. 2007. Non-additive effects of group membership can lead to additive group phenotypes for anti-predator behaviour of guppies, Poecilia reticulata. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20:1375-1384. PDF

 

Ridenhour, B. J., E. D. Brodie, Jr., and E. D. Brodie III. 2007. Patterns of Genetic Differentiation in Thamnophis and Taricha from the Pacific Northwest. Journal of Biogeography. 34:724-735. PDF

 

Steven, J. C., L. F. Delph, E. D. Brodie III. 2007. Sexual dimorphism in the quantitative genetic architecture of floral, leaf and allocation traits in Silene latifolia. Evolution 61:42-57. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III, and J. W. McGlothlin. 2007. A cautionary tale of two matrices: the duality of multivariate abstraction. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20:9-14. PDF

 

Kölliker, M. J., J. P. Chuckalovcak, K.F. Haynes, and E. D. Brodie III. 2006. Maternal food provisioning in relation to condition-dependent offspring odours in burrower bugs (Sehirus cinctus). Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B 273:1523-1528 PDF

 

Bleakley, B. H., C. M. Martell, and E. D. Brodie III. 2006. Variation in anti-predator behavior among five strains of inbred guppies, Poecilia reticulata. Behavior Genetics 36:783-791. PDF

 

Kölliker, M. J., E. D. Brodie, III, and A. J. Moore. 2005. The coadaptation of parental supply and offspring demand. American Naturalist 166:506-516. PDF

 

Geffeney, S. L., E. Fujimoto, E. D. Brodie III, E. D. Brodie, Jr., and P.C. Ruben. 2005. Evolutionary diversification of TTX-resistant sodium channels in a predator-prey interaction. Nature 434:759-763. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III, C. R. Feldman, C. T. Hanifin, J. E. Motychak, D. G. Mulcahy, B. L. Williams, and E. D. Brodie, Jr. 2005. Parallel arms races between garter snakes and newts involving tetrodotoxin resistance as the phenotypic interface of coevolution. Journal of Chemical Ecology 31:343-356. PDF

 

Agrawal, A. F., N. Combs, E. D. Brodie III. 2005. Insights into the costs of complex maternal care behavior in the burrower bug (Sehirus cinctus). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 57:566-574. PDF

 

Kölliker, M. J. P. Chuckalovcak, and E. D. Brodie III. 2005. Chemical signalling by nymphs regulates maternal food provisioning in burrower bugs (Sehirus cinctus). Animal Behaviour 69:959-966. PDF

 

Cardall, B. L., E. D. Brodie, III, E. D. Brodie, Jr., and C. T. Hanifin. 2004. Secretion and regeneration of tetrodotoxin in the rough-skin newt (Taricha granulosa). Toxicon 44:933-938. PDF

 

Agrawal, A. F., J. M. Brown, E. D. Brodie III. 2004. On the social structure of offspring rearing in the burrower bug, Sehirus cinctus (Hemiptera: Cydnidae). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 57:139-148. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III, E. D. Brodie, Jr., and K. V. Young. 2004. Response to comment on "How the horned lizard got its horns". Science 306:230 (Peer-reviewed technical comment). PDF

 

Lehman, E. M., E. D. Brodie, Jr., and E. D. Brodie III. 2004. No evidence for an endosymbiotic bacterial origin of tetrodotoxin in the newt Taricha granulosa. Toxicon 44:243-249. PDF

Young, K. V., E. D. Brodie, Jr., and E. D. Brodie III. 2004. How the horned lizard got its horns. Science 304:65. (Supporting Online Material and correspondence 1 2 3) PDF

 

Williams, B. L., E. D. Brodie, Jr., and E. D. Brodie III. 2004. A resistant predator and its toxic prey: Persistence of newt toxin leads to poisonous (not venomous) snakes. Journal of Chemical Ecology 30:1901-1919. PDF

 

Hanifin, C. T, E. D. Brodie, Jr., and E. D. Brodie III. 2004. A predictive model to estimate total skin tetrodotoxin in the newt Taricha. Toxicon 43:243-249. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III, and B. J. Ridenhour. 2004. Reciprocal selection at the phenotypic interface of coevolution. Integrative and Comparative Biology 43:408-418 PDF

 

Brown, J.M., A. F. Agrawal, and E. D. Brodie III. 2003. An analysis of single clutch paternity in the burrower bug Sehirus cinctus using microsatellites. Journal of Insect Behavior 16:731-745. PDF

 

Williams, B. L., E. D. Brodie, Jr., and E. D. Brodie III. 2003. Coevolution of deadly toxins and predator resistance: Self-assessment of resistance by garter snakes leads to behavioral rejection of toxic newt prey. Herpetologica 59:155-163. PDF

 

Grindstaff, J. L., E. D. Brodie III, and E. D. Ketterson. 2003. Immune function across generations: integrating mechanism and evolutionary process in maternal antibody transmission. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B 270:2309-2319. PDF

 

Hanifin, C. T., E. D. Brodie III, and E. D. Brodie, Jr. 2003. Tetrodotoxin levels of the eggs of the rough-skin newt, Taricha granulosa, are correlated with female toxicity. Journal of Chemical Ecology 29:1729-1739. PDF

 

Geffeney, S., E. D. Brodie, Jr., P. Ruben, and E. D. Brodie III. 2002. Mechanisms of adaptation in a predator-prey arms race: TTX resistant sodium channels. Science 297:336-339. (See also Perspective) PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., Jr., B. J. Ridenhour, and E. D. Brodie III. 2002. The evolutionary response of predators to dangerous prey: Hotspots and coldspots in the geographic mosaic of coevolution between garter snakes and newts. Evolution:56:2067-2082. PDF

 

Hanifin, C. T., E. D. Brodie III, and E. D. Brodie, Jr. 2002. Tetrodotoxin levels of the rough-skin newt, Taricha granulosa, increase in long-term captivity. Toxicon 40:1149-1153. PDF

 

Janzen, F. J., J. G. Krenz, T. S. Haselkorn, E. D. Brodie, Jr., and E. D. Brodie III. 2002. Molecular Phylogeography of Common Garter Snakes (Thamnophis sirtalis) in Western North America: Implications for Regional Historical Forces. Molecular Ecology 11:1739-1751. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III, E. D. Brodie, Jr., and J. E. Motychak. 2002. Recovery of garter snakes (Thamnophis sirtalis) from the effects of tetrodotoxin. Journal of Herpetology 36:95-98. PDF

 

Williams, B. L., E. D. Brodie, Jr., and E. D. Brodie III. 2002. Comparisons between toxic effects of tetrodotoxin administered orally and by intraperitoneal injection to the garter snake Thamnophis sirtalis. Journal of Herpetology 36:112-115. PDF

Agrawal, A. F., E. D. Brodie III, and J. Brown. 2001. Parent-offspring coadaptation and the dual genetic control of maternal care. Science 292:1710-1712. PDF

 

Agrawal, A. F., E. D. Brodie III, and M. J. Wade, 2001. On indirect genetic effects and structured populations. American Naturalist 158:308-323. (Awarded Presidential Award for best paper of 2001 in the American Naturalist) PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III, and A. F. Agrawal. 2001. Maternal effects and the evolution of aposematic signals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 98:7884-7887. PDF

 

Agrawal, A. F., E. D. Brodie III, and L. Rieseberg. 2001. Possible consequences of genes of major effect: Transient changes in the G-matrix. Genetica 112/113:33-43. PDF

 

Wolf, J. B., W. A .Frankino, A. F. Agrawal, E. D. Brodie III, and A. J. Moore. 2001. Developmental interactions and the constituents of quantitative variation. Evolution 55:232-245. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III and E. D. Brodie, Jr. 1999. The arms suppliers in predator-prey arms races: Response to Prince. Bioscience 49:944. PDF

 

Hanifin, C. T., M. Yotsu-Yamashita, E. D. Brodie III, E. D. Brodie, Jr., and T. Yasumoto. 1999. Toxicity of dangerous prey: variation of tetrodotoxin levels within and among populations of the newt Taricha granulosa. Journal of Chemical Ecology 26:2161-2176. PDF

 

Motychak, J. E., E. D. Brodie, Jr., and E. D. Brodie III. 1999. Evolutionary response of predators to dangerous prey: preadaptation and the evolution of tetrodotoxin resistance in garter snakes. Evolution 53:1528-1535. PDF

 

Wolf, J. B., E. D. Brodie III, and A. J. Moore. 1999. The role of maternal and paternal effects in the evolution of parental investment by sexual selection. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 12:1157-1167. PDF

 

Clayton, D. H., P. L. M. Lee, D. M. Tompkins, and E. D. Brodie III. 1999. Reciprocal natural selection on host-parasite phenotypes. American Naturalist 154:261-270. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III, and E. D. Brodie, Jr. 1999. Predator-prey arms races and dangerous prey. Bioscience 49:557-568. PDF

 

Ridenhour, B. J., E. D., Brodie, Jr. and E. D. Brodie III. 1999. Repeated injections of TTX do not affect TTX resistance or growth in the garter snake Thamnophis sirtalis. Copeia 1999:531-535. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III, and E. D. Brodie, Jr. 1999. The cost of exploiting toxic prey: evolutionary tradeoffs in a predator-prey arms race. Evolution 53:626-631. PDF

 

Sadowski, J. A.., A. J. Moore and E. D. Brodie III. 1999. The evolution of empty nuptial gifts in a dance fly, Empis snoddyi (Diptera:Empididae): Bigger isn't always better. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 45:161-166. PDF

 

Wolf, J. B., E. D. Brodie III, and A. J. Moore. 1999. Interacting phenotypes and the evolutionary process. II. Selection resulting from social interactions. American Naturalist 153:254-266. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III, and N. Russell. 1998. The consistency of individual differences in behaviour: temperature effects on antipredator behaviour in garter snakes. Animal Behaviour 57:445-451. PDF

 

Wolf, J. B., and E. D. Brodie III. 1998. The coadaptation of parental and offspring characters. Evolution 52:535-544. PDF

 

Wolf, J. B., E. D. Brodie III, J. M. Cheverud, A. J. Moore, M. J. Wade. 1998. Evolutionary consequences of indirect genetic effects. Trends in Ecology and Evolution

13:64-69. PDF

 

Wolf, J. B., A. J. Moore, and E. D. Brodie III. 1997. The evolution of indicator traits for parental quality: the role of maternal and paternal effects. American Naturalist 150:639-649. PDF

 

Moore, A. J., E. D. Brodie III, and J. B. Wolf. 1997. Interacting phenotypes and the evolutionary process: I. Direct and indirect genetic effects of social interactions. Evolution 51:1352-1362. PDF

 

Grill, C. P., A. J. Moore, and E. D. Brodie III. 1997. The genetics of phenotypic plasticity in a colonizing population of the ladybird beetle, Harmonia axyridis. Heredity 78:261-269. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III and F. J. Janzen. 1996. On the assignment of fitness values in statistical analyses of selection. Evolution 50:437-442. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III, A. J. Moore, and F. J. Janzen. 1995. Visualizing and quantifying natural selection. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 10:313-318. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III and F. J. Janzen. 1995. Experimental studies of coral snake mimicry: Generalized avoidance of ringed snake patterns by free-ranging avian predators. Functional Ecology 9:186-190. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III and A. J. Moore. 1995. Experimental studies of coral snake mimicry: do snakes mimic millipedes? Animal Behaviour 49:534-536. PDF

 

Janzen, F. J., and E. D. Brodie III. 1995. Visually-oriented foraging in a natural population of herbivorous lizards (Ctenosaura similis). Journal of Herpetology 29:132-136. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III. 1993. Homogeneity of the genetic variance-covariance matrix for antipredator traits in two natural populations of the garter snake Thamnophis ordinoides. Evolution 47:844-854. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III. 1993. Differential avoidance of coral snake banded patterns by free-ranging avian predators in Costa Rica. Evolution 47:227-235. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III. 1993. Consistency of individual differences in antipredator behaviour and colour pattern in the garter snake Thamnophis ordinoides. Animal Behaviour 45:851-861. PDF

 

Janzen, F. J., G. L. Paukstis, and E. D. Brodie III. 1992. Observations on basking behavior of hatchling turtles in the wild. Journal of Herpetology 26:217-219. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III. 1992. Correlational selection for color pattern and antipredator behavior in the garter snake Thamnophis ordinoides. Evolution 46:1284-1298. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., Jr., D. R. Formanowicz, Jr., and E. D. Brodie III. 1991. Predator avoidance and antipredator mechanisms: distinct pathways to survival. Ecology, Ethology, and Evolution 3:73-77. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III, and E. D. Brodie, Jr. 1991. Evolutionary response of predators to dangerous prey: reduction of toxicity of newts and resistance of garter snakes in island populations. Evolution 45:221-224. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III, and E. D. Brodie, Jr. 1990. Tetrodotoxin resistance in garter snakes: An evolutionary response of predators to dangerous prey. Evolution 44:651-659. PDF

 

Janzen, F. J., and E. D. Brodie III. 1989. Tall tails and sexy males: Sexual behavior of rough-skinned newts (Taricha granulosa) in a natural breeding pond. Copeia 1989:1064-1067. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III, and P. K. Ducey. 1989. Reproductive strategies of female red-bellied snakes Storeria occipitomaculata. American Midland Naturalist 122:51-58. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III. 1989. Genetic covariances between morphology and antipredator behavior in natural populations of the garter snake Thamnophis ordinoides. Nature 342:542-543. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III. 1989. Behavioral modification as a means of reducing the cost of reproduction. American Naturalist 134:225-238. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III. 1989. Antipredator displays of Ambystoma jeffersonianum in response to predatory and nonpredatory species of snakes. Journal of Herpetology 23:307-309. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III, E. D. Brodie, Jr. and Judith A. Johnson. 1982. Breeding the African hedgehog Atelerix pruneri in captivity. International Zoo Yearbook 22:195-197. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., Jr., and E. D. Brodie III. 1980. Differential avoidance of mimetic salamanders by free-ranging birds. Science 208:181-183. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., Jr., D. R. Formanowicz, Jr. and E. D. Brodie III. 1978. The development of noxiousness of Bufo americanus tadpoles to aquatic insect predators. Herpetologica 34:302-306.

Edited Volumes PDF

Book Chapters


Wolf, J. B., E. D. Brodie III, and M. J. Wade. 2000. Epistasis and the Evolutionary Process. Oxford University Press, New York.

Brodie, E. D., III. 2013. Phenotypic selection on quantitative traits. pp 221-229 in: J. B. Losos (ed.) Princeton Guide to Evolution, Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ.

 

Brodie, E. D., III. 2011. Patterns, process, and the parable of the coffeepot incident: Arms races between newts and snakes from landscapes to molecules. pp 93-120 in: J. B. Losos (ed.) In The Light of Evolution: Essays from the Laboratory and Field, Roberts and Company, Greenwood Village, CO.

 

Brodie, E. D., III and A. Wilkinson. 2010. Co-evolution of predators and prey. Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior. Elsevier: Oxford.

 

Brodie, E. D., III, and E. D. Brodie, Jr. 2004. Venomous snake mimicry. pp. 617-633 in J. Campbell, ed. Venomous Reptiles of the Western Hemisphere. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY.

 

Wolf, J. B., E. D. Brodie III, and M. J. Wade. 2004. The genotype-environment interaction when the enviroment contains genes. pp. 173-190 in T. J. DeWitt and S.

 

M. Scheiner, eds. Phenotypic Plasticity: Functional and Conceptual Approaches. Oxford Univ. Press, New York.

 

Brodie, E. D., III. 2000. Why evolutionary genetics does not always add up. pp. 3-19. in J. B. Wolf, E. D. Brodie III, and M. J. Wade, eds. Epistasis and the Evolutionary Process. Oxford University Press, New York.

 

Moore, A. J., J. B. Wolf, and E. D. Brodie III. 1998. The influence of direct and indirect genetic effects on the evolution of behavior. pp. 22-41 in T. A. Mousseau and C. W. Fox, eds. Maternal Effects as Adaptations. Oxford Univ. Press, New York.

 

Brodie, E. D., III, and T. Garland, Jr. 1993. Quantitative genetics of snake populations. pp 315-362 in: R. A. Seigel and J. T. Collins, eds., Snakes: Ecology and Behavior. McGraw-Hill, New York.

 

Book Reviews


Brodie, E. D., III. 2011. Natural history first (but don't stop there). Evolution: published online. (Book Review of In Search of the Causes of Evolution by P. Grant and B. R. Grant) PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III. 2010 Butterflies and Battleships. Bioscience 60:850-851. (Book Review of Dazzled and Decieved by P. Forbes). PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III. 2005. Caution: Niche construction ahead. Evolution 59:249-251. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III. 1997. Amphibian Biology. Volume 2, Social Behaviour. American Zoologist 37 (1):117. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III. 1996. Quantitative genetics - what is it good for? Herpetologica 52:611-620. PDF

 

Commentaries

 

Brodie, E. D., III. 2010. How an ancient genome duplication electrified modern fish. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 107:21953-21954. PDF

 

Brodie, E. D., III. 2010. Convergent evolution: pick your poison carefully. Current Biology 20:R152-R154. PDF

 

Popular Articles

 

Brodie, E. D., III. 1990. Genetics of the Garter's Getaway. Natural History July 1990:44-51.

 

 

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