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Graham Montgomery
PhD Student, UCLA
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Is the insect apocalypse upon us? How to find out
GA Montgomery, RR Dunn, R Fox, E Jongejans, SR Leather, ...
Biological Conservation 241, 108327, 2020
1632020
Standards and best practices for monitoring and benchmarking insects
GA Montgomery, MW Belitz, RP Guralnick, MW Tingley
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 513, 2021
652021
Using song playback experiments to measure species recognition between geographically isolated populations: A comparison with acoustic trait analyses
BG Freeman, GA Montgomery
The Auk: Ornithological Advances 134 (4), 857-870, 2017
552017
Interspecific aggression by the Swainson's Thrush (Catharus ustulatus) may limit the distribution of the threatened Bicknell's Thrush (Catharus bicknelli) in the …
BG Freeman, G Montgomery
The Condor: Ornithological Applications 118 (1), 169-178, 2016
432016
Introduction of non-native pollinators can lead to trans-continental movement of bee-associated fungi
SM Hedtke, EJ Blitzer, GA Montgomery, BN Danforth
PLoS One 10 (6), e0130560, 2015
342015
Evolution and plasticity: Divergence of song discrimination is faster in birds with innate song than in song learners in Neotropical passerine birds
BG Freeman, GA Montgomery, D Schluter
Evolution 71 (9), 2230-2242, 2017
302017
Long-legged bees make adaptive leaps: linking adaptation to coevolution in a plant–pollinator network
A Pauw, B Kahnt, M Kuhlmann, D Michez, GA Montgomery, E Murray, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1862), 20171707, 2017
292017
Participation in cooperative prey capture and the benefits gained from it are associated with individual personality
JLL Lichtenstein, CM Wright, LP Luscuskie, GA Montgomery, ...
Current Zoology 63 (5), 561-567, 2017
242017
Exposure to predators reduces collective foraging aggressiveness and eliminates its relationship with colony personality composition
CM Wright, JLL Lichtenstein, GA Montgomery, LP Luscuskie, ...
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 71, 1-11, 2017
162017
Trends in global insect abundance and biodiversity: A community-driven systematic map protocol
EM Grames, GA Montgomery, NR Haddaway, LV Dicks, CS Elphick, ...
Open Science Framework, 2019
122019
Playing with extremes: Origins and evolution of exaggerated female forelegs in South African Rediviva bees
B Kahnt, GA Montgomery, E Murray, M Kuhlmann, A Pauw, D Michez, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and evolution 115, 95-105, 2017
122017
Spatial proximity and prey vibratory cues influence collective hunting in social spiders
CM Wright, JLL Lichtenstein, LP Luscuskie, GA Montgomery, S Geary, ...
Israel Journal of Ecology and Evolution 66 (1-2), 26-31, 2020
52020
Standards and best practices for monitoring and benchmarking insects. Front Ecol Evol 8: 579193
GA Montgomery, MW Belitz, RP Guralnick, MW Tingley
52020
Faster evolution of a premating reproductive barrier is not associated with faster speciation rates in New World passerine birds
BG Freeman, J Rolland, GA Montgomery, D Schluter
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1966), 20211514, 2022
42022
A framework and case study to systematically identify long‐term insect abundance and diversity datasets
EM Grames, GA Montgomery, DH Boyes, LV Dicks, ML Forister, ...
Conservation Science and Practice 4 (6), e12687, 2022
22022
Novel Wing-Flashing Behavior in a Scorpionfly (Panorpa debilis) May be Competitive
BR Magnier, GA Montgomery
Journal of Insect Behavior 30, 247-258, 2017
12017
On the predictability of phenotypic divergence in geographic isolation
BG Freeman, GA Montgomery, J Heavyside, AE Moncrieff, O Johnson, ...
Evolution 77 (1), 26-35, 2023
2023
What is an urban bird? Trait-based predictions of urban tolerance for the world's birds are modulated by latitude and human population density
MHC Neate-Clegg, BA Tonelli, C Youngflesh, JX Wu, GA Montgomery, ...
bioRxiv, 2022.10. 28.514262, 2022
2022
Data from: Evolution and plasticity: divergence of song discrimination is faster in birds with innate song than in song learners in Neotropical passerine birds
BG Freeman, GA Montgomery, D Schluter
Borealis, 2021
2021
Better safe than sorry: spider societies mitigate risk by prioritizing caution
CM Wright, JLL Lichtenstein, LP Luscuskie, GA Montgomery, ...
Behavioral Ecology, 2019
2019
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