Arja Kaitala
Arja Kaitala
Professor in animal ecology, University of Oulu
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Polyandry and its effect on female reproduction in the green-veined white butterfly (Pieris napi L.)
C Wiklund, A Kaitala, V Lindfors, J Abenius
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 33 (1), 25-33, 1993
A theory of partial migration
A Kaitala, V Kaitala, P Lundberg
The American Naturalist 142 (1), 59-81, 1993
Sexual selection for large male size in a polyandrous butterfly: the effect of body size on male versus female reproductive success in Pieris napi
C Wiklund, A Kaitala
Behavioral Ecology 6 (1), 6-13, 1995
Female mate choice and mating costs in the polyandrous butterfly Pieris napi (Lepidoptera: Pieridae)
A Kaitala, C Wiklund
Journal of Insect Behavior 8 (3), 355-363, 1994
Polyandrous female butterflies forage for matings
A Kaitala, C Wiklund
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 35 (6), 385-388, 1994
Phenotypic plasticity in reproductive behaviour of waterstriders: trade-offs between reproduction and longevity during food stress
A Kaitala
Functional Ecology, 12-18, 1991
Dynamic life-history strategy of the waterstrider Gerris thoracicus as an adaptation to food and habitat variation
A Kaitala
Oikos, 125-131, 1987
Decoupling of reproductive rates and parental expenditure in a polyandrous butterfly
C Wiklund, A Kaitala, N Wedell
Behavioral Ecology 9 (1), 20-25, 1998
Genital variation within and between three closely related Euxoa moth species: testing the lock‐and‐key hypothesis
M Mutanen, A Kaitala, M Mönkkönen
Journal of Zoology 268 (2), 109-119, 2006
Natural variation in female mating frequency in a polyandrous butterfly: effects of size and age
J Bergström, C Wiklund, A Kaitala
Animal Behaviour 64 (1), 49-54, 2002
The evolution of repeated mating under sexual conflict
R Härdling, A Kaitala
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 18 (1), 106-115, 2005
Genital variation in a dimorphic moth Selenia tetralunaria (Lepidoptera, Geometridae)
M Mutanen, A Kaitala
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 87 (2), 297-307, 2006
Fennoscandian distribution of an important parasite of cervids, the deer ked (Lipoptena cervi), revisited
P Välimäki, K Madslien, J Malmsten, L Härkönen, S Härkönen, A Kaitala, ...
Parasitology research 107 (1), 117-125, 2010
Wing muscle dimorphism: two reproductive pathways of the waterstrider Gerris thoracicus in relation to habitat instability
A Kaitala
Oikos, 222-228, 1988
Predicting range expansion of an ectoparasite – the effect of spring and summer temperatures on deer ked Lipoptena cervi (Diptera: Hippoboscidae) performance …
L Härkönen, S Härkönen, A Kaitala, S Kaunisto, R Kortet, S Laaksonen, ...
Ecography 33 (5), 906-912, 2010
Oviposition on the back of conspecifics: an unusual reproductive tactic in a coreid bug
A Kaitala
Oikos, 381-389, 1996
Wing dimorphism, territoriality and mating frequency of the waterstrider Aquarius remigis (Say)
A Kaitala, H Dingle
Annales Zoologici Fennici, 163-168, 1993
Experiments on the ectoparasitic deer ked that often attacks humans; preferences for body parts, colour and temperature
R Kortet, L Härkönen, P Hokkanen, S Härkönen, A Kaitala, S Kaunisto, ...
Bulletin of Entomological Research 100 (3), 279, 2010
Experiments with Elasmucha grisea L. (Heteroptera: Acanthosomatidae): does a female parent bug lay as many eggs as she can defend?
J Mappes, A Kaitala
Behavioral Ecology 5 (3), 314-317, 1994
Ant predation and the cost of egg carrying in the golden egg bug: experiments in the field
A Kaitala, X Espadaler, R Lehtonen
Oikos 89 (2), 254-258, 2000
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