2. Publications

Kikuchi, D. W., G. H. Kattan, C. Murcia, F. Montealegre. in press. Endless forms most camouflaged: katydids that masquerade as moss. Ecology


Kikuchi, D. W. and T. N. Sherratt. 2015. Costs of learning and the evolution of mimetic signals. American Naturalist 186:321-332

Pfennig, D. W., C. K. Akcali, and D. W. Kikuchi. 2015. Mimicry promotes pre- and postmating isolation in a snake mimicry complex. Evolution 69:1085-1090

Kikuchi, D. W., B. W. Seymoure, and D. W. Pfennig. 2014. Mimicry's palette: widespread use of conserved pigments in the aposematic signals of snakes. Evolution & Development 16:61-67

Titcomb, G. C., D. W. Kikuchi, and D. W. Pfennig. 2014. More than mimicry? Evaluating scope for flicker-fusion as a defensive strategy in coral snake mimics. Current Zoology 60:123-130

Kikuchi, D. W. and D. W. Pfennig. 2013. Imperfect mimicry and the limits of natural selection. Quarterly Review of Biology 88:297-315

Pfennig, D. W. and D. W. Kikuchi. 2012. Life imperfectly imitates life [News & Views regarding Penney et al.]. Nature 483:410-411

Pfennig, D. W. and D. W. Kikuchi. 2012. Competition and the evolution of imperfect mimicry. Current Zoology 58:608-619

Kikuchi, D. W. and D. W. Pfennig. 2012. A Batesian mimic and its model share color production mechanisms. Current Zoology 58:658-667

Kikuchi, D. W. and D. W. Pfennig. 2012. Mimicry. In Oxford Bibliographies Online: Ecology. Ed. David Gibson. New York: Oxford University Press.

Kikuchi, D. W. and D. W. Pfennig. 2010. Predator cognition permits imperfect coral snake mimicry. American Naturalist 176:830-834

Kikuchi, D. W. and D. W. Pfennig. 2010. High model abundance may permit the gradual evolution of Batesian mimicry: an experimental test. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 277:1041-1048

Kikuchi, D. W. 2009. Terrestrial and understorey insectivorous birds of a Peruvian cloud forest: species richness, abundance, density, territory size and biomass. Journal of Tropical Ecology 25:523-529
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Kikuchi, D. W., E. Lasso, J. W. Dalling, and N. Nur. 2007. Pollinators and Pollen Dispersal of Piper dilatatum (Piperaceae) on Barro Colorado Island, Panama. Journal of Tropical Ecology 23:603-606