Publications

Klomp, D.A. & Li, D. (in prep). Community composition influences the colour patterns of jumping spiders. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology.

Chang, C-c., Klomp, D.A. & Li, D. (in review). Consistency in boldness expression varies with ecological context in a jumping spider. Ethology.

Klomp, D. A. (In press, 2019). The use of phylogenetic comparative methods in the study of evolution and visual signalling. J. Choe, ed. Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior (Second edition). Academic Press. ISBN: 9780128132517

Chang, C-c., Lim, Z.Y., Klomp, D.A., Norma-Rashid, Y. & Li, D. (2018). Aggressive spiders make the wrong decision in a complex task. Behavioral Ecology. doi: 10.1093/beheco/ary066

Klomp, D.A., Stuart-Fox, D., Das, I. & Ord, T.J.  (2017). Gliding lizards use the position of the sun to enhance a social display. Biology Letters. doi: 10.1098/rsbl.2016.0979

Klomp, D.A., Stuart-Fox, D., Cassidy, E., Ahmad, N. & Ord, T.J. (2017). Colour pattern facilitates species recognition but not signal detection: a field test using robots. Behavioral Ecology. doi: 10.1093/beheco/arw186.

Klomp, D.A., Ord, T.J., Das, I., Diesmos, A., Ahmad, N. & Stuart-Fox, D. (2016). Ornament size and colour contrast as alternative strategies for effective communication in gliding lizards. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. doi: 10.1111/jeb.12908.

Ord, T.J., Klomp, D.A., Garcia-Porta, J. & Hagman, M. (2015). Repeated evolution of exaggerated dewlaps and other throat morphology in lizards. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. doi: 28: 1948-1964

Klomp, D.A., Stuart-Fox, D. & Ord, T.J. (2014).  Marked colour divergence in the gliding membranes of a lizard mirrors population differences in the colour of falling leaves. Biology Letters. doi: 10: 20140776

Ord, T.J. & Klomp, D.A. (2014).  Habitat partitioning and morphological differentiation: the Southeast Asian Draco lizards and Caribbean Anolis lizards compared. Oecologia. doi: 175: 651-666

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Presentations and workshops

Klomp, D.A. (2018) Sexual selection and natural selection on the social signals of gliding lizards. Research Centre in Biodiversity and Genetic Resources, University of Porto. (Invited seminar).

Klomp, D.A. (2017) What makes good scientific writing? Behaviour Ecology and Sociobiology Lab, Department of Biological Sciences, National University of Singapore. (Writing workshop).

Klomp, D.A., Ord, T.J., Das, I., Diesmos, A. Ahmad, N. & Stuart-Fox, D. (2015). Increasing dewlap size and colour contrast as alternate strategies for effective communication in gliding lizards. Behaviour, international ethology conference. (Presentation, Cairns).

Klomp, D.A., Ord, T.J., Das, I., Diesmos, A. Ahmad, N. & Stuart-Fox, D. (2015). Increasing dewlap size and colour contrast as alternate strategies for effective communication in gliding lizards. Australian Society of Herpetologists meeting. (Presentation, Lake Eildon).

Klomp, D.A., Stuart-Fox, D., Das, I. & Ord, T.J. (2014). Gliding lizards mimic falling leaves. Animal Behavior conference. (Presentation, Princeton).

Klomp, D.A., Stuart-Fox, D., Das, I. & Ord, T.J. (2014). Gliding lizards mimic falling leaves. International Society of Behavioral Ecology conference. (Poster, New York).

Klomp, D.A., Stuart-Fox, D., Das, I. & Ord, T.J. (2014). Gliding lizards mimic falling leaves. Australasian Society for the study of Animal Behaviour conference. (Presentation, Katoomba).

Klomp, D.A. (2012). The evolution of colour signals in Gliding Lizards (genus Draco). Australasian Society for the study of Animal Behaviour conference. (Presentation, Geelong).

Klomp, D.A. (2012). Environmental influence on visual communication. Wildlife Conservation Society of the Philippines’ 21st Annual Philippine Biodiversity Symposium. (Presentation, Dasmariñas).

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