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Dr Kathryn McNamara

Australian Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Evolutionary Biology, Centre for

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Centre for Evolutionary Biology
The University of Western Australia (M092)
35 Stirling Highway
CRAWLEY WA 6009
Australia
Phone
+61 8 6488 1473
Email
kathryn.mcnamara@uwa.edu.au

Australian Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Biological Sciences, School of

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Address
School of Biological Sciences
The University of Western Australia (M092)
35 Stirling Highway
CRAWLEY WA 6009
Australia
Phone
+61 8 6488 1473
Email
kathryn.mcnamara@uwa.edu.au
Qualifications
PhD Melb.
Publications
McNamara, K.B., van Lieshout, E., Jones, T.M. & Simmons, L.W. (2012). Age-dependent trade-offs between immunity and male, but not female, reproduction. Journal of Animal Ecology. In press.

McNamara, K.B., McKenzie, J.L, Elgar, M.A & Jones, T.M. (2012). A female preference for experienced males in the almond moth, Cadra cautella. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology (2012). In press.

Jones, T.M., Arnqvist,G., McNamara, K.B. & Elgar, M.A. (2012) Size-assortative pairing across three developmental stages in the Zeus bug, Phoreticovelia disparata. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. In press.

McNamara, K. B., Elgar, M.A & Jones, T. M. (2010) Adult responses to larval rearing environment in the almond moth, Cadra cautella. Ethology, 116, 39-46

McNamara, K. B., Elgar, M.A & Jones, T. M. (2009) Large spermatophores reduce female receptivity and increase male reproductive success in the almond moth, Cadra cautella. Animal Behaviour, 77, 931-6.

McNamara, K. B., Elgar, M.A & Jones, T. M. (2008) A longevity cost of re-mating, but no benefits of polyandry in the almond moth, Cadra cautella. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 62, 1433-40.

McNamara, K. B., Elgar, M.A & Jones, T. M. (2008) Seminal compounds, female receptivity and female fitness in the almond moth, Cadra cautella. Animal Behaviour, 76, 771-7.

McNamara, K. B., Elgar, M. A . & Jones, T. M. (2008). No cost to males of sperm competition in the hide beetle, Dermestes maculatus, Behavioral Ecology, 19, 433-40.

McNamara, K. B., Elgar, M.A & Jones, T. M. (2008). Causes and consequences of variation in female mating frequency in the almond moth, Cadra cautella (Lepidoptera; Pyralidae). Behaviour, 145, 779-93.

McNamara, K. B., Jones, T. M. & Elgar, M. A. (2007). No cost of male mating experience on female reproductive success in the almond moth, Cadra cautella (Lepidoptera; Pyralidae). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61, 1177-84.

McNamara, K. B., Jones, T. M. & Elgar, M. A. (2004). Female reproductive status and mate choice in the hide beetle, Dermestes maculatus. Journal of Insect Behavior 17, 337-52.

Jones, T. M., McNamara, K. B. & Elgar, M. A. (2004). Mating frequency, fecundity and fertilisation success in the hide beetle, Dermestes maculatus, Journal of Insect Behavior 17, 337-52.

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