Becky

Becky Boulton
NERC PhD Student

2010-2011 MRes. Primate Biology, Roehampton University, U.K.
2007-2010 BSc. (Hons) Animal Behaviour, University of Chester, U.K.

Becky Evolution of polyandry

Becky works on the evolution of polyandry, as you can see here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAT-oN6fKPQ&feature=youtu.be

Publications

Boulton, R.A. & Shuker, D.M. (2015) A sex allocation cost to polyandry in a parasitoid wasp. Biology Letters, in press.

Boulton, R.A. & Shuker, D.M. (2015) The costs and benefits of multiple mating in a mostly monandrous wasp. Evolution, in press.

Boulton, R.A., Collins, L.A. & Shuker, D.M. (2015) Beyond sex allocation: the role of mating systems in sexual selection in parasitoid wasps. Biological Reviews, 90: 599-627.

Boulton, R.A. & Shuker, D.M. (2013) Polyandry. Current Biology, 23: R1080-1081.

Boulton, R.A. and Ross, C. (2013) Measuring facial symmetry in the wild: a case study in Olive Baboons (Papio anubis). Behav Ecol Sociobiol, 67: 699-707.