1. Danielson-François, A., C. Fetterer*, and P. Smallwood. 2002. Body condition and mate choice in Tetragnatha elongata (Araneae: Tetragnathidae). Journal of Arachnology 30:20-30. (PDF)
  2. Danielson-François, A. and T. Bukowski. 2005. Equal sperm release by males despite dramatic differences in copulatory duration for the orb-weaving spider Tetragnatha versicolor (Araneae, Tetragnathidae). Journal of Insect Behavior 18:131-148. (PDF)
  3. Danielson-François, A. 2006. Mating behavior and sperm release in the haplogyne Glenognatha emertoni (Araneae: Tetragnathidae). Journal of Arachnology, 34:387-398.(PDF)
  4. Danielson-François, A., J. K. Kelly, and M. D. Greenfield. 2006. Genotype x environment interaction for male attractiveness in an acoustic moth: evidence for plasticity and canalization. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 19: 532-542. (PDF)
  5. Danielson-François, A., Y. Zhou, and M. D. Greenfield. 2009. Indirect genetic effects and the lek paradox: inter-genotypic competition may strengthen genotype x environment interactions and conserve genetic variance. Genetica, 136: 27-36. (PDF)
  6. Carrillo, J., Danielson-François, A., Siemann, E., and L. Meffert. 2012. Male-biased sex ratio increases female egg laying and fitness in the housefly Musca domestica. Journal of Ethology DOI 10.1007/s10164-011-0317-6 (PDF)
  7. Bleakley, B. and A. Danielson-François. In press. Behavioral Genetics: Beyond Nature and Nurture, in Animal Behavior: Volume I Causation and Development, K. Yasukawa ed. Westport, Praeger Publishers.
  8. Danielson-François, A., Hou, C., Cole*, N., and I-M. Tso. Scramble competition for molting females as a driving force for extreme male dwarfism in spiders. Animal Behavior, accepted June 2012


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*denotes undergraduate student