Journal articles

  1. Takimoto, G. (2011) Local-regional richness relationships and alternative stable states in metacommunities with local facilitation. Theoretical Ecology 4:385-395. Manuscript PDF
  2. Miki, T., Takimoto, G., and Kagami, M. (2011) Roles of parasitic fungi in aquatic food webs: a theoretical approach. Freshwater Biology 56:1173-1183.
  3. Nakano, T. and Takimoto, G. (2011) Non-native species interactions between blue-striped nettle grub moths and assassin bugs in Japan (In Japanese, 邦題:ヒロヘリアオイラガとヨコヅナサシガメの外来生物間相互作用). Japanese Journal of Entomology (New Series)/昆蟲(ニューシリーズ) 14:11-20.
  4. Spiller, D. A., Piovia-Scott, J., Wright, A. N., Yang, L. H., Takimoto, G., Schoener, T. W., and Iwata, T. (2010) Marine subsidies have multiple effects on coastal food webs. Ecology91:1424-1434.
  5. Takimoto, G. (2009) Early warning signals of demographic regime shifts in invading populations.Population Ecology 51:412-426.
  6. Takimoto, G., Iwata, T., and Murakami, M. (2009) Timescale hierarchy determines the indirect effects of fluctuating subsidy inputs on in situ resources. American Naturalist 173:200-211.
  7. Takimoto, G., Spiller, D. A., and Post, D. M. (2008) Ecosystem size, but not disturbance, determines food-chain length on islands of the Bahamas. Ecology 89:3001–3007.
  8. Seehausen, O., Takimoto, G., Roy, D., and J. Jokela. (2008) Speciation reversal and biodiversity dynamics with hybridization in changing environments. Molecular Ecology 17: 30-44.
  9. Takimoto, G., Miki, T., and Kagami, M. (2007) Intraguild predation promotes complex alternative states along a productivity gradient. Theoretical Population Biology 72: 264-273.
  10. Post, D. M., and Takimoto, G. (2007) Proximate structural mechanisms for variation in food-chain length. Oikos 116: 775-782.
  11. Post, D. M., Layman, C. A., Arrington, A., Takimoto, G., Quattrochi, J., and Montana, C. G. (2007) Getting to the fat of the matter: models, methods, and assumptions for dealing with lipids in stable isotope analyses. Oecologia 152: 179-189.
  12. Takimoto, G. (2003) Adaptive plasticity in ontogenetic niche shifts stabilizes consumer-resource dynamics. American Naturalist 162: 93-109.
  13. Takimoto, G., Iwata, T. and Murakami, M. (2002) Seasonal subsidy stabilizes food web dynamics: balance in a heterogeneous landscape. Ecological Research 17: 433-439.
  14. Takimoto, G.(2002) Polygenic inheritance is not necessary for sympatric speciation by sexual selection. Population Ecology 44: 87-91.
  15. Takimoto, G., Higashi, M. and Yamamura, N. (2000) A deterministic genetic model for sympatric speciation by sexual selection. Evolution 54: 1870-1881.
  16. Higashi, M., Takimoto, G., and Yamamura N. (1999) Sympatric speciation by sexual selection.Nature 402: 523-526.

Book chapters

  1. 瀧本 岳, 長谷川雅美 (2011) 「すぐに増える、ゆっくり増える、やがて消える?-外来種がもたらす影響の時間変化とそのしくみ―」 西川 潮・宮下 直編『外来生物―生物多様性と人間社会への影響―』: 102-123.
  2. 瀧本 岳 (2008) 「食物連鎖はなぜ短いか?:生態系サイズの効果」 大串、近藤、野田編『生物群集と空間』(シリーズ「群集生態学」第5巻):27-50.
  3. 瀧本 岳 (2008) 「メタ群集の理論と適用」 大串、近藤、野田編『生物群集と空間』(シリーズ「群集生態学」第5巻):73-86.


  1. 瀧本 岳 (2006) 日本生態学会第51回大会企画シンポジウム「日本生態学会のめざすところ」レポート.日本生態学会誌 56: 192-195.