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Miranda Dyson

Miranda Dyson

About me

Dr Miranda Dyson is a Senior Lecturer in Biology at The Open University.

Biography

Miranda Dyson's research

Miranda Lorraine Dyson and Patricia R.Y. Backwell (2016-07-20) Alternative mating tactics and male mating success in two species of fiddler crab, In Behaviour 12(153)

Miranda Lorraine Dyson, Michael S. Rheichert and Timothy R. Halliday (2013-05) Contests in amphibians, Cambridge University Press

Miranda Lorraine Dyson (2010-03) Courtship behaviour, CAB International Publishing

Miranda Lorraine Dyson (2008-01) Factors Affecting Mating Tactics in the Fiddler Crab, Uca vocans hesperiae, In Ethology 1(114)

Jerry Lea, Timothy R. Halliday and Miranda Lorraine Dyson (2003) The mating strategy of Alytes muletensis: some males are less ready to mate than females, In Amphibia-Reptilia 2(24)

Miranda Lorraine Dyson and H. C. Gerhardt (2002) Decoding the frog chorus, Oxford University Press

Jerry Lea, Miranda Lorraine Dyson and Timothy R. Halliday (2002) Phonotaxis to advertisement calls by midwife toads (Alytes muletensis) is not necessarily related to mating, In Amphibia-Reptilia 2(23)

Jeremy Lea, Miranda Lorraine Dyson and Timothy R. Halliday (2001-02) Calling by male midwife toads stimulates females to maintain reproductive condition, In Animal Behaviour 2(61)

Jeremy Lea, Timothy R. Halliday and Miranda Lorraine Dyson (2000-10) Reproductive stage and history affect the phonotactic preferences of female midwife toads, Alytes muletensis, In Animal Behaviour 4(60)

Miranda Lorraine Dyson (2000) Environmental variation: the effects on vertebrate mating systems with special reference to ectotherms, In Proceedings of the 14th course of the International School of Ethology, World Scientific

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