2017

Godwin, J.L., Vasudeva, R., Michalczyk, L., Martin, O.Y., Lumley, A.J., Chapman T.C. & Gage, M.J.G. (2017) Sperm competition intensity selects for longer, more costly sperm. Evolution Letters, 1,  102-113

Martin, O. Y., Michalczyk, Ł., Millard, A. L., Emerson, B. C., Gage, M. J. G. (2017). Lack of support for Rensch’s rule in an intraspecific test using red flour beetle (Tribolium castaneum) populations. Insect Science. 24 (1). pp.133-140.

2016

Faria, C. M. A., Machado, A., Amorim, I. R., Gage, M. J. G., Borges, P. A. V., Emerson, B. C (2016). Evidence for multiple founding lineages and genetic admixture in the evolution of species within an oceanic island weevil (Coleoptera, Curculionidae) super-radiation. Journal of Biogeography. 43 (1). pp.178-191.

Lumley, A. J., Diamond, S. E., Einum, S., Yeates, S. E., Peruffo, D., Emerson, B. C., Gage, M. J. G. (2016) Post-copulatory opportunities for sperm competition and cryptic female choice provide no offspring fitness benefits in externally fertilizing salmon.

2015

Lumley, A., Michalczyk, L., Kitson, J., Spurgin, L., Morrison, C., Godwin, J., Dickinson, M., Martin, O., Emerson, B., Chapman, T., Gage, M. (2015) Sexual selection protects against extinction Full Text

Hangartner, S., Michalczyk, Ł., Gage, M. J., Martin, O. Y. (2015) Experimental removal of sexual selection leads to decreased investment in an immune component in female Tribolium castaneum Full Text

Yeates, S. E., Einum, S., Fleming, I. A., Holt, W. V., Gage, M. J. (2014) Assessing risks of invasion through gamete performance: farm Atlantic salmon sperm and eggs show equivalence in function, fertility, compatibility and competitiveness to wild Atlantic salmon Full Text

Grazer, V. M., Demont, M., Michalczyk, Ł., Gage, M. J., Martin, O. Y. (2014)

Environmental quality alters female costs and benefits of evolving under enforced monogamy Full Text

Demont, M., Grazer, V. M., Michalczyk, Ł., Millard, A. L., Sbilordo, S. H., Emerson, B. C., Gage, M. J. G., Martin, O. Y. (2014) Experimental Removal of Sexual Selection Reveals Adaptations to Polyandry in Both Sexes Full Text

Bretman, A., Westmancoat, J. D., Gage, M. J. G., Chapman, T. (2013) Costs and Benefits of Lifetime Exposure to Mating Rivals in Male Drosophila melanogaster Full Text

Yeates, S. E., Diamond, S. E., Einum, S., Emerson, B. C., Holt, W. V., Gage, M. J. G. (2013) Cryptic choice of conspecific sperm controlled by the impact of ovarian fluid on sperm swimming behavior Full Text

Hangartner, S., Sbilordo, S. H., Michalczyk, Ł., Gage, M. J., Martin, O. Y. (2013) Are there genetic trade-offs between immune and reproductive investments in Tribolium castaneum? Full Text

Bretman, A., Westmancoat, J., Gage, M., Chapman, T.(2012) Individual plastic responses by males to rivals reveal mismatches between behaviour and fitness outcomes Full Text

Leftwich, P. T., Edward, D. A., Alphey, L., Gage, M. J. G., Chapman, T. (2012) Variation in adult sex ratio alters the association between courtship, mating frequency and paternity in the lek-forming fruitfly Ceratitis capitata: Sex ratio and male reproductive success in the Mediterranean Fruitfly Full Text

Gage, M. J. G. (2012) Complex sperm evolution Full Text

Michalczyk, L., Millard, A., Martin, O., Lumley, A., Emerson, B., Gage, M. (2011) Experimental Evolution Exposes Female and Male Responses to Sexual Selection and Conflict in Tribolium Castaneum Full Text

Michalczyk, L., Millard, A., Martin, O., Lumley, A., Emerson, B., Chapman, T., Gage, M (2011) Inbreeding Promotes Female Promiscuity Full Text

Bretman, A., Gage, M., Chapman, T. (2011) Quick-change artists: male plastic behavioural responses to rivals Full Text

Bretman, A., Westmancoat, J., Gage, M., Chapman, T. (2011) Males Use Multiple, Redundant Cues to Detect Mating Rivals Full Text

Molloy, P., Paddack, M., Reynolds, J., Gage, M., Côté, I. (2011) Relative size-at-sex-change in parrotfishes across the Caribbean: is there variance in a supposed life-history invariant? Full Text

Michalczyk, L., Martin, O., Millard, A., Emerson, B., Gage, M. (2010) Inbreeding depresses sperm competitiveness, but not fertilization or mating success in male Tribolium castaneum Full Text