List of papers

Lindenfors P. and B. S. Tullberg B. S. 2011. Evolutionary aspects of aggression: the importance of sexual selection. In Aggression: Advances in Genetics, Vol. 75, pp. 7-22. Academic Press, Burlington, Mass.

Temrin, H., J. Nordlund, M. Rying and B. S. Tullberg. 2011. Is the higher rate of parental child homicide in stepfamilies an effect of non-genetic relatedness? Current Zoology 57: 253-259.

Tullberg, B. S. and J. Tullberg. 2011. A model of actions and norms: An integrated evolutionary perspective on normative ethics and human behavior. In Biology and Politics: The Cutting Edge., pp. 29-51. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bradford.

Johansen, A. I., B. S. Tullberg and G. Gambrale-Stille. 2011. Motion level in Graphosoma lineatum coincides with ontogenetic change in defensive colouration. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 141: 163-167.

Johansen, A. I., A. Exnerová, K. H. Svádová, P. Stys, G. Gamberale-Stille and B. S. Tullberg. 2010. Adaptive change in protective coloration in adultstriated shieldbugs Graphosoma lineatum (Heteroptera:Pentatomidae) - test of detectability of two colour formsby avian predators. Ecological Entomology 35: 602-610.

Gamberale-Stille, G., A. I. Johansen and B. S. Tullberg. 2010. Change in protective coloration in the striated shieldbug Graphosoma lineatum (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) - predator avoidance and generalization among different life stages. Evolutionary Ecology 24: 423-432.

Balogh, A. C. V., G. Gamberale-Stille, B. S. Tullberg and O. Leimar. 2010. Feature theory and the two-step hypothesis of Müllerian mimicry evolution. Evolution 64: 810-822.

Gamberale-Stille, G. C. Bragée, B. S. Tullberg. 2009. Higher survival of aposematic prey in close encounters with predators – an experimental study of detection distance. Animal Behaviour 78: 111-116.

Tullberg, B. S., G. Gamberale-Stille, T. Bohlin and S. Merilaita. 2008. Seasonal ontogenetic colour plasticity in the adult striated shieldbug Graphosoma lineatum (Heteroptera) and its effect on detectability. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62: 1389-1396.

Bohlin, T., B. S. Tullberg and S. Merilaita. 2008. The effect of signal appearance and distance on detection risk in an aposematic butterfly larva (Parnassius apollo). Animal Behaviour 76: 577-584.

Gustafsson, A., Werdelin, L., Tullberg, B. S. and Lindenfors, P. 2007. Stature and sexual stature dimorphism in Sweden, from the 10th to the end of the 20th century. American Journal of Human Biology 19: 861-870.

Gamberale-Stille, G., Hall, K. S. S. and Tullberg B. S. 2007. Signals of profitability? Food colour preferences in migrating juvenile blackcaps differ for fruits and insects. Evolutionary Ecology 21: 99-108.

Tullberg J. and Tullberg B. S. 2006. Proportionalism or liberalism—Two ideas of social justice. Politicon 33: 147-161.

Lindenfors P and Tullberg B. S. 2006. Lowering sample size in comparative analyses can indicate a correlation where there is none: example from Rensch’s rule in primates. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19: 1346-1351.

Tullberg, B.S., S. Merilaita and C. Wiklund. 2005. Aposematism and crypsis combined as a result of distance dependence: functional versatility of the colour pattern in the swallowtail butterfly larva. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 272: 1315-1321.

Ah-King, M., C. Kvarnemo and B. S. Tullberg. 2005. The influence of territoriality and mating system on the evolution of male care: a phylogenetic study on fish. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 272: 371-382.

Merilaita, S and B.S. Tullberg. 2005. Constrained camouflage facilitates the evolution of conspicuous warning coloration. Evolution 59: 38-45.

Tullberg, J. and B.S. Tullberg. 2005 (2001). A critique of the Naturalistic Fallacy. Politics and the Life Sciences 20: 165-174.

Hall K.S.S. and B.S. Tullberg. 2004. Phylogenetic analyses of the diversity of moult strategies in Sylviidae in relation to migration. Evolutionary Ecology 18: 85-105.

Wiklund, C and B.S. Tullberg. 2004. Seasonal polyphenism and leaf mimicry in the comma butterfly. Animal Behaviour 68: 621-627.

Tullberg B.S. Looking for direction in bird ecology. 2003. Review of ’Evolutionary Ecology of Birds’by Peter M. Bennett and Ian F. Owens (Oxford University Press 2002). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 16: 1062-1063.

Lindenfors, P., B. S. Tullberg and M. Biuw. 2002. Phylogenetic analysis of sexual size dimorphism in pinnipeds. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 52: 188-193.

Tullberg, B.S, M. Ah-King and H. Temrin. 2002. Phylogenetic reconstruction of parental-care systems in the ancestors of birds. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (London) 357: 251-257.

Tullberg, B.S. and S. Folin. Sociobiology in Sweden– from taboo to partial acceptance. Unpublished Manuscript.

Nylin, S., G. Gamberale-Stille and B.S. Tullberg. 2001. Ontogeny of defense and adaptive coloration in larvae of the comma butterfly, Polygonia c-album (Nymphalidae). Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 55: 69-73.

Rydell, J., Fagerström, J., Andersson, S., Gamberale-Stille, G., Gelang, M., Lancaster, W., Svensson, M. G. E. and Tullberg, B. S. 2001. Convergence in wing coloration between orange underwing moths (Archiearis spp.) and tortoiseshell butterflies (Aglais spp.). Entomologica Fennica 12: 65-71. Abstract

Gamberale-Stille, G. and B. S. Tullberg. 2001. Fruit or aposematic insect? Context-dependent colour preferences in domestic chicks. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences 268: 2525-2529.

Tullberg, B.S. and V. Lumma. 2001. Induced abortion ratio in modern Sweden falls with age, but rises again before menopause. Evolution and Human Behavior 22: 1-10.

Lindenfors, P. and B.S. Tullberg. 2000. Review of ”Why sex matters. A Darwinian Look at Human Behavior” by Bobbi Low. Ecological Economics 36: 533-534.

Tullberg, B.S., O. Leimar and G. Gamberale-Stille. 2000. Did aggregation favour the initial evolution of warning coloration? A novel world revisited. Animal Behaviour 59: 281-287.

Ah-King, M. and B.S. Tullberg. 2000. Phylogenetic analysis of twinning in Callitrichinae. American Journal of Primatology 51: 135.146.

Tullberg, B.S., G. Gamberale and C. Solbreck. 2000. Effects of food plant and group size on predator defence: differences between two co-occurring aposematic Lygaeinae bugs. Ecological Entomology 25: 220-225.

Gamberale-Stille, G. and B.S. Tullberg. 1999. Experienced shicks show biased avoidance of stronger signals: and experiment with natural colour variation in live aposematic prey. Evolutionary Ecology 13: 579-589.

Møller, A.P. and B.S. Tullberg. 1999. Loss of oestrus and concealed ovulation (comments). Current Anthropology 40: 267-268.

Lindenfors, P. and B.S. Tullberg. 1998. Phylogenetic analyses of primate size evolution: the consequences of sexual selection. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 64: 413-447.

Gamberale, G. and B.S. Tullberg. 1998. Aposematism and gregariousness - the combined effect of group size and coloration on signal repellence. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B Biological Sciences 265: 889-894.

Tullberg, J. and B.S. Tullberg. 1997. Separation or unity? A model for solving ethnic conflicts. Politics and the Life Sciences 16: 237-248. Abstract

Tullberg, J. and B.S. Tullberg. 1997. Till death do them part?(roundtable response). Politics and the Life Sciences 16: 273-277.

Tullberg, B.S. and J. Tullberg.1996. On human altruism: the discrepancy between normative and factual conclusions. Oikos 75: 327-329.

Tullberg, B.S. and A.F. Hunter. 1996. Evolution of larval gregariousness in relation to repellent defences and warning coloration in tree-feeding Macrolepidoptera: a phylogenetic analysis based on independent contrasts. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 57:253-276.

Gamberale, G. and B. S. Tullberg. 1996. Evidence for an increased aposematic effect through aggregation. Animal Behaviour 52: 597-601.

Gamberale, G. and B. S. Tullberg. 1996. Evidence for a peak-shift in predator generalization among aposematic prey. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B Biological Sciences 263: 1329-1334. Abstract

Temrin, H. and B.S. Tullberg. 1995. A phylogenetic analysis of the evolution of avian mating systems in relation to altricial and precocial young. Behavioural Ecology 6: 296-307. Abstract

Lindqvist Forsberg, A.J. and B.S. Tullberg. 1995. The relationship between cumulative number of cohabiting partners and number of children for men and women in modern Sweden. Ethology and Sociobiology 16: 221-232.

Werdelin, L. and B.S. Tullberg. 1995. A comparison of two methods to study correlated discrete characters on phylogenetic trees. Cladistics 11: 265-277. Abstract

Temrin, H. and B. Sillén-Tullberg.1994. The evolution of avian mating systems: a phylogenetic analysis of male and female polygamy and length of pair bond. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 52: 121-149.

Sillén-Tullberg, B. and H. Temrin. 1994. On the use of discrete characters in phylogenetic trees with special reference to the evolution of avian mating systems. In: Phylogenetics and Ecology. P. Eggleton & R. Vane-Wright (Eds). Academic Press, London. Pp. 311-322.

Höglund, J. and B. Sillén-Tullberg. 1994. Does lekking promote the evolution of male biased size dimorphism in birds? On the use of comparative approaches. The American Naturalist 144: 881-889. Abstract

Sillén-Tullberg, B. and A.P. Møller. 1993. The relationship between ”concealed ovulation” and mating systems in anthropoid primates. A phylogenetic analysis. The American Naturalist 141: 1-25. Abstract

Sillén-Tullberg, B. 1993. The effect of biased inclusion of taxa on the correlation between discrete characters in phylogenetic trees. Evolution 47: 1182-1191.

Sillén-Tullberg, B. 1991. Does gregariousness reduce attacks on aposematic prey. A reply to Cooper. Animal Behaviour 43: 165-167.

Leimar, O. and B. Sillén-Tullberg. 1991. Egg-clustering: Mother wants her neighbour’s offspring to be eaten first. Ethology 88: 342-344.

Sillén-Tullberg, B. 1990. Do predators avoid groups of aposematic prey? An experimental test. Animal Behaviour 40: 856-860.

Solbreck, C. and B. Sillén-Tullberg. 1990. Population dynamics of a seed feeding bug, Lygaeus equestris. 1. Habitat patch structure and spatial dynamics. Oikos 58: 199-209.

Sillén-Tullberg, B. and C. Solbreck. 1990. Population dynamics of a seed feeding bug, Lygaeus equestris . 2. Temporal dynamics. Oikos 58: 210-218.

Sillén-Tullberg, B. 1988. Evolution of gregariousness in aposematic butterfly larvae: a phylogenetic analysis. Evolution 42: 293-305.

Sillén-Tullberg, B. and O. Leimar. 1988. The evolution of gregariousness in distasteful insects as a defense against predators. The American Naturalist 132: 723-734.

Leimar, O., M. Enquist and B. Sillén-Tullberg. 1986. Evolutionary stability of aposematic coloration and prey unprofitability: a theoretical analysis. The American Naturalist 128: 469-490.

Solbreck, C. and B. Sillén-Tullberg. 1986. Seed production and seed predation in a patchy and time-varying environment. Dynamics of a milkweed - tephritid fly system. Oecologia 71: 51-58.

Solbreck, C. and B. Sillén-Tullberg. 1986. The role of variable weather for the dynamics of a seed - seed predator system. Oecologia 71: 59-62.

Sillén-Tullberg, B. 1985. Relationship between rocking behaviour and copulation termination in Lygaeus equestris. Physiological Entomology 10: 235-240.

Wiklund, C. and B. Sillén-Tullberg. 1985. Why distasteful butterflies have aposematic larvae and adults, but cryptic pupae: evidence from predation experiments on the monarch and European swallowtail. Evolution 39: 1155-1158.

Sillén-Tullberg, B. 1985. Higher survival of an aposematic than of a cryptic form of a distasteful bug. Oecologia 67: 411-415.

Sillén-Tullberg, B. 1985. The significance of coloration per se, independent of background, for predator avoidance of aposematic prey. Animal Behaviour 33: 1382-1384.

Sillén-Tullberg, B. 1984. Copulation as a determinant of non-diapause development in female Lygaeus equestris. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 36: 261-264.

Sillén-Tullberg, B., C. Wiklund and T. Järvi. 1983. On the mutual protection between Müllerian mimics: a reply to Harvey and Paxton. Oikos 41: 147-148.

Sillén-Tullberg, B. and E.H. Bryant. 1983. The evolution of aposematic coloration in distasteful prey: an individual selection model. Evolution 37: 993-1000.

Sillén-Tullberg, B. 1983. An electrophoretic study of allozyme frequencies in local populations of Lygaeus equestris (Heteroptera, Lygaeidae). Hereditas 99: 153-156.

Sillén-Tullberg, B., C. Wiklund and T. Järvi. 1982. Aposematic coloration in adults and larvae of Lygaeus equestris and its bearing on Müllerian mimicry: an experimental study on predation on living bugs by the great tit Parus major. Oikos 39: 131-136.

Sillén-Tullberg, B. 1982. Behavioural ecology and population dynamics of an aposematic seed bug, Lygaeus equestris L. (Heteroptera, Lygaeidae). Doctoral dissertation.

Solbreck, C. and B. Sillén-Tullberg. 1981. Control of diapause in a "monovoltine" insect, Lygaeus equestris (Heteroptera). Oikos 36: 68-74.

Sillén-Tullberg, B. 1981. Prolonged copulation: a male "postcopulatory" strategy in a promiscuous species, Lygaeus equestris (Heteroptera, Lygaeidae). Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology 9: 283-289.

Järvi, T., B. Sillén-Tullberg and C. Wiklund. 1981. The cost of being aposematic. An experimental study of predation on larvae of Papilio machaon by the great tit, Parus major. Oikos 36: 267-272.

Järvi, T., B. Sillén-Tullberg and C. Wiklund. 1981. Individual versus kin selection for aposematic coloration: A reply to Harvey and Paxton. Oikos 37: 393-395.

Sillén, B. and C. Solbreck. 1977. Effects of area and habitat diversity on bird species richness in lakes. Ornis Scandinavica 8: 185-192.

In Swedish

Gamberale-Stille, G. and B.S. Tullberg. 2001. Färger för överlevnad. I: ”Med färg i blicken”. Naturvetenskapliga forskningsrådets årsbok.

Tullberg, B.S. 1999. Om altruism. Kapitel i:”Människan - evolution och kultur”. Carlssons, Stockolm.

Tullberg, B.S. 1998. Liv, kärlek och död i staden. Kapitel i: ”Staden - himmel eller helvete” (publicerad av fem ansvarsmuseer under kulturhuvudstadsåret 1998). Informationsförlaget, Stockholm

Tullberg, B.S. 1996. Recension av Frans de Waal ”Good Natured, the origins of right and wrong in humans and other animals” (Under Strecket). Svenska Dagbladet 1996-08.

Tullberg, J. and B.S. Tullberg. 1995. Fanatiker som föll på eget grepp? Svenska Dagbladet 1995-02-24.

Tullberg, J. and B.S. Tullberg. 1994. Naturlig etik - en uppgörelse med altruismen. 324 pp. Lykeion, Stockholm.

Tullberg, B.S. 1994. Om män, makt och motiv. Jämsides (JÄMO) 5-94.

Tullberg, J. and B.S. Tullberg. 1994. Betjänas eller belönas. Svenska Dagbladet 1994-12-18.

Tullberg, J. and B.S.Tullberg. 1994. Naturlig etik - och Hanssons kritik. Rådslaget (NFR) 6-94.

Sillén-Tullberg, B. 1991. Biologiska aspekter på könsskillnader. Centrum för Barnkulturforskning nr 16: 37-46

Sillén-Tullberg, B. 1990. Hon och han och det sexuella spelet. Forskning och Framsteg 1/90: 30-35.

Sillén-Tullberg, B. 1988. Människan och det naturliga urvalet. Forskning och Framsteg 4/88: 37.

Sillén-Tullberg, B. 1988. Moralens biologiska rötter. Recension av R. D. Alexander ”The Biology of Moral Systems” (Under Strecket). Svenska Dagbladet 88-04-20.

Sillén-Tullberg, B. 1983. Recension av ”Den Påklädda Apan” av Svante Folin. Gaudeamus.