Erin McCullough

Dr

  • The University of Western Australia (M092), 35 Stirling Highway,

    6009 Perth

    Australia

  • 56 Citations
  • 4 h-Index
20152018
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Research Output 2015 2018

  • 56 Citations
  • 4 h-Index
  • 5 Article
  • 1 Comment/debate
  • 1 Review article
1 Citations

Population density mediates the interaction between pre- and postmating sexual selection

McCullough, E. L., Buzatto, B. A. & Simmons, L. W., 1 Apr 2018, In : Evolution. 72, 4, p. 893-905 13 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Population Density
sexual selection
Testis
population density
Weapons
1 Citations

The research bias is unfortunate but also unsurprising: A comment on Tinghitella et al.

McCullough, E. L. & Emlen, D. J., 3 Jul 2018, In : Behavioral Ecology. 29, 4, 1 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalComment/debate

4 Citations

Benefits of polyandry: Molecular evidence from field-caught dung beetles

McCullough, E. L., Buzatto, B. A. & Simmons, L. W., 1 Jul 2017, In : Molecular Ecology. 26, 13, p. 3546-3555 10 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

polyandry
dung beetles
Beetles
beetle
sexual selection
7 Citations

Selection on male physical performance during male-male competition and female choice

Mccullough, E. L. & Simmons, L. W., Sep 2016, In : Behavioral Ecology. 27, 5, p. 1288-1295

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

courtship
fighting
body mass
Onthophagus taurus
contest competition
30 Citations

Why Sexually Selected Weapons Are Not Ornaments

McCullough, E. L., Miller, C. W. & Emlen, D. J., 1 Oct 2016, In : Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 31, 10, p. 742-751 10 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

weapon
sexual selection
body conformation
mating behavior
mate choice