Further Reading

Abrams PA (1986) Adaptive responses of predators to prey and prey to predators: The failure of the arms race analogy. Evolution 40: 1229-1247.

Abrams PA (2000) The evolution of predator-prey interactions: Theory and evidence. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 31: 79-105.

Chesson J (1978) Measuring preference in selective predation. Ecology 59: 211-215.

Higashi M, Takimoto G, and Yamamura N (1999) Sympatric speciation by sexual selection. Nature 402: 523-526.

Matsuda H and Abrams PA (1994) Timid consumers: Self-extinction due to adaptive change in foraging and antipredator effort. Theoretical Population Biology 45: 76-91.

Matsuda H, Kawasaki K, Shigesada N, Teramoto E, and Ricciardi LM (1986) Switching effect on predation of the prey-predator system with three trophic levels. Journal of Theoretical Biology 122: 251-262.

Murdoch WW and Oaten A (1975) Predation and population stability. Advances in Ecological Research 9: 1-131.

Shertzer KW, EllnerSP, Fussmann GF, and Hairston NG, Jr. (2002) Predator-prey cycles in an aquatic microcosm: Testing hypotheses of mechanism. Journal of Animal Ecology 71: 802-815.

YoshidaT, Jones LE, EllnerSP, Fussmann GF, and Hairston NG, Jr. (2003) Rapid evolution drives ecological dynamics in a predator-prey system. Nature 424: 303-306.

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