Rickey Cothran
Rickey Cothran
Southwestern Oklahoma State University
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Proximity to agriculture is correlated with pesticide tolerance: evidence for the evolution of amphibian resistance to modern pesticides
RD Cothran, JM Brown, RA Relyea
Evolutionary Applications 6 (5), 832-841, 2013
Testing the ecological consequences of evolutionary change using elements
PD Jeyasingh, RD Cothran, M Tobler
Ecology and Evolution 4 (4), 528-538, 2014
The contribution of phenotypic plasticity to the evolution of insecticide tolerance in amphibian populations
J Hua, DK Jones, BM Mattes, RD Cothran, RA Relyea, JT Hoverman
Evolutionary applications 8 (6), 586-596, 2015
Niche diversity in crustacean cryptic species: complementarity in spatial distribution and predation risk
GA Wellborn, RD Cothran
Oecologia 154 (1), 175-183, 2007
Life history and allozyme diversification in regional ecomorphs of the Hyalella azteca (Crustacea: Amphipoda) species complex
GA Wellborn, R Cothran, S Bartholf
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 84 (2), 161-175, 2005
Precopulatory mate guarding affects predation risk in two freshwater amphipod species
RD Cothran
Animal behaviour 68 (5), 1133-1138, 2004
Phenotypic similarity and differentiation among sympatric cryptic species in a freshwater amphipod species complex
GA Wellborn, RD Cothran
Freshwater Biology 49 (1), 1-13, 2004
Life‐history evolution in the anthropocene: Effects of increasing nutrients on traits and trade‐offs
E Snell‐Rood, R Cothran, A Espeset, P Jeyasingh, S Hobbie, ...
Evolutionary applications 8 (7), 635-649, 2015
Differences in sensitivity to the fungal pathogen Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis among amphibian populations
PW Bradley, SS Gervasi, J Hua, RD Cothran, RA Relyea, DH Olson, ...
Conservation Biology 29 (5), 1347-1356, 2015
Cross‐tolerance in amphibians: Wood frog mortality when exposed to three insecticides with a common mode of action
J Hua, R Cothran, A Stoler, R Relyea
Environmental toxicology and chemistry 32 (4), 932-936, 2013
Condition dependence of a sexually selected trait in a crustacean species complex: importance of the ecological context
RD Cothran, PD Jeyasingh
Evolution 64 (9), 2535-2546, 2010
Evolved pesticide tolerance influences susceptibility to parasites in amphibians
J Hua, VP Wuerthner, DK Jones, B Mattes, RD Cothran, RA Relyea, ...
Evolutionary Applications 10 (8), 802-812, 2017
Phenotypically similar but ecologically distinct: differences in competitive ability and predation risk among amphipods
RD Cothran, KA Henderson, D Schmidenberg, RA Relyea
Oikos 122 (10), 1429-1440, 2013
Evolved pesticide tolerance in amphibians: Predicting mechanisms based on pesticide novelty and mode of action
J Hua, DK Jones, BM Mattes, RD Cothran, RA Relyea, JT Hoverman
Environmental Pollution 206, 56-63, 2015
Direct and indirect fitness consequences of female choice in a crustacean
RD Cothran
Evolution 62 (7), 1666-1675, 2008
Phenotypic manipulation reveals sexual conflict over precopula duration
RD Cothran
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62 (9), 1409-1416, 2008
7. Ecology and Evolution of Mating Behavior in Freshwater Amphipods
GA Wellborn, RD Cothran
Evolutionary Ecology of Social and Sexual Systems 1 (9), 147-167, 2007
Eutrophication and predation risk interact to affect sexual trait expression and mating success
RD Cothran, AR Stiff, PD Jeyasingh, RA Relyea
Evolution, 2012
The mechanistic basis of a large male mating advantage in two freshwater amphipod species
RD Cothran
Ethology 114 (12), 1145-1153, 2008
Generalist versus specialist strategies of plasticity: snail responses to predators with different foraging modes
JT Hoverman, RD Cothran, RA Relyea
Freshwater biology 59 (5), 1101-1112, 2014
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