Malcolm Rosenthal
Malcolm Rosenthal
Sarah Lawrence College
Verified email at sarahlawrence.edu
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Female American goldfinches use carotenoid-based bill coloration to signal status
TG Murphy, MF Rosenthal, R Montgomerie, KA Tarvin
Behavioral Ecology 20 (6), 1348-1355, 2009
1002009
The dominance of seismic signaling and selection for signal complexity in Schizocosa multimodal courtship displays
EA Hebets, CJ Vink, L Sullivan-Beckers, MF Rosenthal
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67 (9), 1483-1498, 2013
712013
Ornamental bill color rapidly signals changing condition
MF Rosenthal, TG Murphy, N Darling, KA Tarvin
Journal of Avian Biology 43 (6), 553-564, 2012
452012
Taxonomic bias in animal behaviour publications
MF Rosenthal, M Gertler, AD Hamilton, S Prasad, MCB Andrade
Animal Behaviour 127, 83-89, 2017
422017
Crossing regimes of temperature dependence in animal movement
JP Gibert, MC Chelini, MF Rosenthal, JP DeLong
Global Change Biology 22 (5), 1722-1736, 2016
302016
The effects of microhabitat specialization on mating communication in a wolf spider
MF Rosenthal, EA Hebets, B Kessler, R McGinley, DO Elias
Behavioral Ecology 30 (5), 1398-1405, 2019
162019
Dynamic changes in display architecture and function across environments revealed by a systems approach to animal communication
MF Rosenthal, MR Wilkins, D Shizuka, EA Hebets
Evolution 72 (5), 1134-1145, 2018
162018
Resource heterogeneity interacts with courtship rate to influence mating success in the wolf spider Schizocosa floridana
MF Rosenthal, EA Hebets
Animal Behaviour 84 (6), 1341-1346, 2012
162012
Temporal patterns of nutrition dependence in secondary sexual traits and their varying impacts on male mating success
MF Rosenthal, EA Hebets
Animal Behaviour 103, 75-82, 2015
122015
Nonlinear changes in selection on a mating display across a continuous thermal gradient
MF Rosenthal, DO Elias
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1907), 20191450, 2019
92019
A mismatch between signal transmission efficacy and mating success calls into question the function of complex signals
N Choi, M Bern, DO Elias, RH McGinley, MF Rosenthal, EA Hebets
Animal Behaviour 158, 77-88, 2019
62019
Complex interactions between temperature, sexual signals and mate choice in a desert-dwelling jumping spider
EE Brandt, MF Rosenthal, DO Elias
Animal Behaviour 170, 81-87, 2020
52020
Locomotor performance varies with adult phenotype in ornamented/non‐ornamented wolf spiders
KD Fowler‐Finn, MF Rosenthal, EA Hebets
Ethology 119 (7), 570-580, 2013
52013
Mating in a variable world: the implications of environmental variation for male and female mating behavior
MF Rosenthal
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2015
32015
Exploring a novel substrate‐borne vibratory signal in the wolf spider Schizocosa floridana
MF Rosenthal, EA Hebets, R McGinley, C Raiza, J Starrett, L Yan, ...
Ethology 127 (2), 135-144, 2021
22021
The effect of substrate on prey capture does not match natural substrate use in a wolf spider
P Meza, DO Elias, MF Rosenthal
Animal Behaviour 176, 17-21, 2021
12021
The brain transcriptome of the wolf spider, Schizocosa ocreata
D Stribling, PL Chang, JE Dalton, CA Conow, M Rosenthal, E Hebets, ...
BMC Research Notes 14 (1), 1-5, 2021
2021
Jumping Spiders (Habronattus clypeatus) Exhibit Substrate Preferences that Partially Maximize Vibration Transmission Efficiency
Y Sun, E Brandt, DO Elias, M Rosenthal, A Kamath
Journal of Insect Behavior 34 (4), 151-161, 2021
2021
Temperature Effects on Multimodal Sexual Signals in an Ectotherm: a Network Analytical Approach
EE Brandt, MF Rosenthal, DO Elias
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 60, E286-E286, 2020
2020
Examining Microhabitat Structure and its Use by Wolf Spiders
MF Rosenthal, B Kessler, P Meza, DO Elias
INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY 58, E193-E193, 2018
2018
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