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(43) Bailey NW, Moran PA, Hennig RM (in press) Divergent mechanisms of acoustic mate recognition between closely-related field cricket species (Teleogryllus spp.). Animal Behaviour
(42) Pascoal S, Mendrok M, Wilson AJ, Hunt J, Bailey NW (in press) Sexual selection and population divergence II. Divergence in different sexual traits and signal modalities in field crickets (Teleogryllus oceanicus). Evolution
(41) Marie-Orleach L, Vogt-Burri N, Mouginot P, Schlatter A, Vizoso DB, Bailey NW, Schärer L (in press) Indirect genetic effects and sexual conflicts: partner genotype influences multiple morphological and behavioral reproductive traits in a flatworm. Evolution
(40) Moran PA, Ritchie MG, Bailey NW (in press) A rare exception to Haldane's rule: Are X chromosomes key to hybrid incompatibilities? Heredity
(39) Pascoal S, Liu X, Ly T, Fang Y, Rockliffe N, Paterson S, Shirran SL, Botting CH, Bailey NW (2016) Rapid evolution and gene expression: a rapidly-evolving Mendelian trait that silences field crickets has widespread effects on mRNA and protein expression. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29:1234-1246.
(38) Pascoal S, Moran P, Bailey NW (2016) Signal evolution: 'Shaky' evidence for sensory bias. Current Biology 26:R78-R80.
(37) Pascoal S, Mendrok M, Mitchell C, Wilson AJ, Hunt J, Bailey NW (2016) Sexual selection and population divergence I. The influence of socially flexible cuticular hydrocarbon expression in male field crickets (Teleogryllus oceanicus). Evolution 70:82-97.
(36) Hoskins JL, Ritchie MG, Bailey NW (2015) A test of genetic models for the evolutionary maintenance of same-sex sexual behaviour. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B 282:20150429.
(35) Bailey NW, Ly T (2015) Embracing the chaos of behavioral proteomics: a comment on Valcu and Kempenaers. Behavioral Ecology 26:18-19.
(34) Greenfield M, Alem S, Limousin D, Bailey NW (2014) The dilemma of Fisherian sexual selection: mate choice for indirect benefits despite rarity and overall weakness of trait-preference covariance. Evolution 68:3524-3536.
(33) Pascoal S, Cezard T, Eik-Nes A, Gharbi K, Majewska J, Payne E, Ritchie MG, Zuk M, Bailey NW (2014) Rapid convergent evolution in wild crickets. Current Biology 24:1369-1374.
(32) Gray B, Bailey NW, Poon M, Zuk M (2014) Multimodal signal compensation: Do field crickets flexibly shift sexual signaling modality after the evolutionary loss of acoustic communication? Animal Behaviour 93:243-248.
(31) Bailey NW, Hoskins JL (2014) Detecting cryptic indirect genetic effects. Evolution 68:1871-1882.
(30) Bailey NW, Macleod E  (2014) Socially flexible female choice and premating isolation in field crickets (Teleogryllus spp.) Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 27:170-180.
(29) Bailey NW, Hoskins JL, Green J, Ritchie MG (2013) Measuring same-sex sexual behaviour: the influence of the male social environment. Animal Behaviour 86:91-100.
(28) Bailey NW, Fowler-Finn KD, Rebar D, Rodríguez RL (2013) Green symphonies, or wind in the willows? Testing acoustic communication in plants. Behavioral Ecology 24:797-798.
(27) Bailey NW, Veltsos P, Tan Y-F, Millar AH, Ritchie MG, Simmons LW (2013) Tissue-specific transcriptomics in the field cricket Teleogryllus oceanicus. Genes, Genomes, Genetics 3:225-230.
(26) Bailey NW (2013) Evolution of apparently non-adaptive behavior. In: The Princeton Guide to Evolution (Losos JB, editor-in-chief). Princeton University Press. Princeton, NJ.
(25) Bailey NW (2012) Evolutionary models of extended phenotypes. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 27:561-569.
(24) Bailey NW, French N (2012) Same-sex sexual behaviour and mistaken identity in male field crickets (Teleogryllus oceanicus). Animal Behaviour 84:1031-1038.
(23) Bailey NW, Zuk M (2012) Socially flexible female choice differs among populations of the Pacific field cricket: geographic variation in the interaction coefficient psi (Ψ). Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B 279:3589-3596.
(22) Bailey NW, Moore AJ (2012) Runaway sexual selection without genetic correlations: social environments and flexible mate choice initiate and enhance the Fisher process. Evolution 66:2674-2684.
(21) Bailey NW (2011) Mate choice plasticity in the field cricket Teleogryllus oceanicus: effects of social experience in multiple modalities. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65:2269-2278.
(20) Bailey NW (2011) A test of the relationship between cuticular melanism and immune function in wild-caught Mormon crickets. Physiological Entomology. 36:155-164.
(19) Rebar D, Zuk M, Bailey NW (2011) Mating experience in field crickets modifies pre- and post-copulatory female choice in parallel. Behavioral Ecology 22:303-309.
(18) Bailey NW, Gray B, Zuk M (2011) Exposure to sexual signals during rearing increases immune defense in adult field crickets. Biology Letters 7:217-220.
(17) Bailey NW, Gray B, Zuk M (2010) Acoustic experience shapes alternative mating tactics and reproductive investment in field crickets Current Biology. 20:845-849.
(16) Logue DM, Abiola IO, Rains D, Bailey NW, Zuk M, Cade WH (2010) Does signalling mitigate the costs of agonistic interactions? A test in a cricket that has lost its song Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B.  277:2571-2572.
(15) Rebar D, Bailey NW, Zuk M (2009) Courtship song's role during female mate choice in the field cricket Teleogryllus oceanicus. Behavioral Ecology. 20:1307-1314.
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Bailey NW, Zuk M (2009) Same-sex sexual behavior and evolution. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 24:439-446.
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Bailey NW, Zuk M (2009) Field crickets change mating preferences using remembered social information. Biology Letters 5:449-451.
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Chappell MA, Bailey NW, Redak RA, Antolin M, Zuk M (2009) Metabolic similarity despite striking behavioral divergence: Aerobic performance in low- and high-density forms of the Mormon cricket. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 82:405-418.
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Zuk M, Bailey NW (2008) Birds gone wild: same-sex parenting in albatross. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 23:658-660.
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Bailey NW, Zuk M (2008) Acoustic experience shapes female mate choice in field crickets. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, B 275:2645-2650.
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Bailey NW (2008) Love will tear you apart: different components of female choice exert contrasting selection on males. Behavioral Ecology 19:960-966.
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Bailey NW, Gray B, Zuk M (2008) Does immunity vary with population density in wild populations of Mormon crickets? Evolutionary Ecology Research 10:599-610.
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Bailey NW, McNabb JR, Zuk M (2008) Preexisting behavior facilitated the loss of a sexual signal in the field cricket Teleogryllus oceanicus. Behavioral Ecology 19:202-207.
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Bailey NW, Zuk M (2008) Changes in immune effort of male field crickets infested with mobile parasitoid larvae. Journal of Insect Physiology 54:96-104.
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Bailey NW, Gwynne DT, Ritchie MG (2007) Dispersal differences predict population genetic structure in Mormon crickets. Molecular Ecology 16:2079-2089.
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Bailey NW, Macias Garcia C, Ritchie MG (2007) Beyond the point of no return? A comparison of genetic diversity in captive and wild populations of two nearly extinct species of Goodeid fish reveal that one is inbred in the wild. Heredity 98:360-367.
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Bailey NW, Gwynne DT, Bailey WV, Ritchie MG (2007) Multiple differences in calling songs and other traits between solitary and gregarious Mormon crickets from allopatric mtDNA clades. BMC Evolutionary Biology 7:5.
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Bailey NW, Gwynne DT, Ritchie MG (2005) Are solitary and gregarious Mormon crickets (Anabrus simplex, Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae) genetically distinct? Heredity 95:166-173.
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Bailey NW, Hockham L, Graves J, Ritchie MG (2005) Development and characterization of microsatellite loci in Mormon crickets (Anabrus simplex, Orthoptera, Tettigoniidae). Molecular Ecology Notes 5:611-612.