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Stephen T. Trumbo
Stephen T. Trumbo
Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Connecticut
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Monogamy to communal breeding: exploitation of a broad resource base by burying beetles (Nicrophorus)
ST Trumbo
Ecological entomology 17 (3), 289-298, 1992
1851992
Patterns of parental care in invertebrates
ST Trumbo
The evolution of parental care, 81-100, 2012
1802012
Interference competition among burying beetles (Silphidae, Nicrophorus)
ST Trumbo
Ecological Entomology 15 (3), 347-355, 1990
1661990
Reproductive benefits and the duration of paternal care in a biparental burying beetle, Necrophorus orbicollis
ST Trumbo
Behaviour 117 (1-2), 82-105, 1991
1641991
Reproductive benefits of infanticide in a biparental burying beetle Nicrophorus orbicollis
ST Trumbo
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 27, 269-273, 1990
1081990
Division of labor between undertaker specialists and other middle-aged workers in honey bee colonies
ST Trumbo, ZY Huang, GE Robinson
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 41, 151-163, 1997
1061997
Parental care in invertebrates
ST Trumbo
Advances in the Study of Behavior 25, 3-51, 1996
1011996
Interspecific competition, brood parasitism, and the evolution of biparental cooperation in burying beetles
ST Trumbo
Oikos, 241-249, 1994
1001994
Rapid elevation of juvenile hormone titer during behavioral assessment of the breeding resource by the burying beetle, Nicrophorus orbicollis
ST Trumbo, DW Borst, GE Robinson
Journal of Insect Physiology 41 (6), 535-543, 1995
981995
Reproductive success, phenology and biogeography of burying beetles (Silphidae, Nicrophorus)
ST Trumbo
American Midland Naturalist, 1-11, 1990
891990
Infanticide, sexual selection and task specialization in a biparental burying beetle
ST Trumbo
Animal Behaviour 72 (5), 1159-1167, 2006
752006
Habitat fragmentation and burying beetle abundance and success
ST Trumbo, PL Bloch
Journal of Insect Conservation 4, 245-252, 2000
722000
Juvenile hormone‐mediated reproduction in burying beetles: from behavior to physiology
ST Trumbo
Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology: Published in Collaboration …, 1997
641997
Nutrition, hormones and life history in burying beetles
ST Trumbo, GE Robinson
Journal of insect physiology 50 (5), 383-391, 2004
622004
Regulation of brood size in a burying beetle,Nicrophorus tomentosus (Silphidae)
ST Trumbo
Journal of Insect Behavior 3, 491-500, 1990
621990
Defending young biparentally: female risk-taking with and without a male in the burying beetle, Nicrophorus pustulatus
ST Trumbo
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 61, 1717-1723, 2007
592007
Changes in biosynthesis and degradation of juvenile hormone during breeding by burying beetles: a reproductive or social role?
MP Scott, ST Trumbo, PA Neese, WD Bailey, RM Roe
Journal of Insect Physiology 47 (3), 295-302, 2001
542001
Learning and task interference by corpse‐removal specialists in honey bee colonies
ST Trumbo, GE Robinson
Ethology 103 (11), 966-975, 1997
531997
Beyond monogamy: territory quality influences sexual advertisement in male burying beetles
ST Trumbo, AK Eggert
Animal Behaviour 48 (5), 1043-1047, 1994
521994
Host shift by the burying beetle, Nicrophorus pustulatus, a parasitoid of snake eggs
G Smith, ST Trumbo, DS Sikes, MP Scott, RL Smith
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20 (6), 2389-2399, 2007
502007
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