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Peer-reviewed Publications

Kendal R.L., Boogert N.J., Rendell L., Laland K.N., Webster M., Jones P.L. 2018. Social learning strategies: bridge-building between fields. Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 22(7): 651-665.

Jones P.L., Hämsch F., Page R.A., Kalko E.K.V., O’Mara M. Teague. 2017. Foraging and roosting behavior of the fringe-lipped bat, Trachops cirrhosus, on Barro Colorado Island, Panamá. Acta Chiropterologica, 19(2): 337-346.

Jones P.L., Agrawal A.A. 2017. Learning in insect pollinators and herbivores. Annual Review of Entomology. 62: 53-71.

Jones P.L., Agrawal A.A. 2016. Consequences of toxic secondary compounds in nectar for mutualist bees and antagonist butterflies. Ecology. 97: 2570-2579.

Falk J.J., ter Hofstede H.M., Jones P.L., Dixon M.M., Faure P.A., Kalko E.K.V., Page R.A.. 2015 Sensory-based niche partitioning in a multiple predator–multiple prey community. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 282: 1-9.

Jones P.L., Ryan M.J., Chittka L. 2015. The influence of past experience with flower reward quality on social learning in bumblebees. Animal Behaviour. 101: 11-18. 

Halfwerk W., Dixon M.M., Ottens K., Taylor R.C., Ryan M.J., Page, R.A., Jones, P.L. 2014. Risks of multimodal signaling: bat predators attend to dynamic motion in frog sexual displays. Journal of Experimental Biology. 217: 3038-3044.

Halfwerk W., Jones P.L., Taylor R.C., Ryan M.J., Page R.A. 2014. Risky ripples allow bats and frogs to eavesdrop on a multisensory sexual display. Science. 343(6169): 413-416.

Jones P.L., Ryan M.J., Page R.A. 2014. Population and seasonal variation in response to prey calls by an eavesdropping bat. Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology. 68(4): 605-615.

Jones P.L., Flores V., Ryan M.J., Page R.A. 2013. When to approach novel prey? Social learning strategies in frog-eating batsProceedings of the Royal Society of London B. 280: 1-6.

Jones P.L., Farris H.E., Ryan M.J., Page R.A. 2013. Do frog-eating bats perceptually bind the complex components of frog calls? Journal of Comparative Physiology A. 199(4): 279-283.

Jones P.L., Page R.P., Hartbauer M., Siemers B.M. 2011. Behavioral evidence for eavesdropping on prey song in two Palearctic sibling bat species. Behavioral Ecology & Sociobiology. 65: 333–340.

Jones P.L., Shulman M.J. 2008. Subtidal-Intertidal trophic links: American lobsters [Homarus americanus (Milne-Edwards)] forage in the intertidal zone on nocturnal high tides. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology & Ecology. 361(2): 98-103.

Mooney K.A., Jones P.L., Agrawal A.A. 2008. Coexisting congeners: demography, competition, and interactions with cardenolides for two milkweed feeding aphidsOikos. 117(3): 450-458.

Book Chapters

Page R.A., Jones P.L. 2016. Overcoming sensory uncertainty: factors affecting foraging decisions in frog-eating bats. Chapter 11 in Psychological Mechanisms in Animal Communication. M.A. Bee, C.T. Miller (eds.). Springer International Publishing. 

Jones P.L., Page R.A., Ratcliffe J.M. 2016. To scream or to listen? Prey detection and discrimination in animal-eating bats. Chapter 4 in Bat Bioacoustics, Springer Handbook of Acoustics.

Book Reviews

Jones P.L. 2017. Coexistence: The Ecology and Evolution of Tropical Biodiversity. By Jan Sapp, Oxford University Press. Quarterly Review of Biology 92(3): 314.