Magne Friberg
Magne Friberg
Associate Senior Lecturer, Dept of Biology, Lund University, Sweden
Verified email at biol.lu.se
TitleCited byYear
Effects of natural and sexual selection on adaptive population divergence and premating isolation in a damselfly
EI Svensson, F Eroukhmanoff, M Friberg
Evolution 60 (6), 1242-1253, 2006
1332006
Gender differences in species recognition and the evolution of asymmetric sexual isolation
EI Svensson, K Karlsson, M Friberg, F Eroukhmanoff
Current Biology 17 (22), 1943-1947, 2007
1232007
Selective predation on wing morphology in sympatric damselflies
EI Svensson, M Friberg
The American Naturalist 170 (1), 101-112, 2007
1012007
The evolutionary ecology of generalization: among‐year variation in host plant use and offspring survival in a butterfly
C Wiklund, M Friberg
Ecology 90 (12), 3406-3417, 2009
672009
Female mate choice determines reproductive isolation between sympatric butterflies
M Friberg, N Vongvanich, AK Borg-Karlson, DJ Kemp, S Merilaita, ...
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 62 (6), 873-886, 2008
652008
Enemy-free space and habitat-specific host specialization in a butterfly
C Wiklund, M Friberg
Oecologia 157 (2), 287-294, 2008
592008
Niche separation in space and time between two sympatric sister species—a case of ecological pleiotropy
M Friberg, M Bergman, J Kullberg, N Wahlberg, C Wiklund
Evolutionary Ecology 22 (1), 1-18, 2008
562008
Reproductive isolation and patterns of genetic differentiation in a cryptic butterfly species complex
V Dincă, C Wiklund, VA Lukhtanov, U Kodandaramaiah, K Norén, ...
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26 (10), 2095-2106, 2013
532013
Diversification through multitrait evolution in a coevolving interaction
JN Thompson, C Schwind, PR Guimarães, M Friberg
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (28), 11487-11492, 2013
492013
Host plant preference and performance of the sibling species of butterflies Leptidea sinapis and Leptidea reali: a test of the trade-off hypothesis for food specialisation
M Friberg, C Wiklund
Oecologia 159 (1), 127-137, 2009
462009
Habitat choice precedes host plant choice–niche separation in a species pair of a generalist and a specialist butterfly
M Friberg, M Olofsson, D Berger, B Karlsson, C Wiklund
Oikos 117 (9), 1337-1344, 2008
432008
Asymmetric life-history decision-making in butterfly larvae
M Friberg, IMA Haugen, J Dahlerus, K Gotthard, C Wiklund
Oecologia 165 (2), 301-310, 2011
352011
Heterospecific courtship, minority effects and niche separation between cryptic butterfly species
M Friberg, O Leimar, C Wiklund
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26 (5), 971-979, 2013
332013
Seasonal polyphenism in life history traits: time costs of direct development in a butterfly
HL Mellström, M Friberg, AK Borg-Karlson, R Murtazina, M Palm, ...
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 64 (9), 1377-1383, 2010
282010
Intraspecific variation in body size and the rate of reproduction in female insects–adaptive allometry or biophysical constraint?
D Berger, M Olofsson, M Friberg, B Karlsson, C Wiklund, K Gotthard
Journal of Animal Ecology 81 (6), 1244-1258, 2012
272012
Decoupling of female host plant preference and offspring performance in relative specialist and generalist butterflies
M Friberg, D Posledovich, C Wiklund
Oecologia 178 (4), 1181-1192, 2015
262015
Floral scent contributes to interaction specificity in coevolving plants and their insect pollinators
M Friberg, C Schwind, LC Roark, RA Raguso, JN Thompson
Journal of chemical ecology 40 (9), 955-965, 2014
262014
Extreme divergence in floral scent among woodland star species (Lithophragma spp.) pollinated by floral parasites
M Friberg, C Schwind, RA Raguso, JN Thompson
Annals of botany 111 (4), 539-550, 2013
252013
Ecological constraints on female fitness in a phytophagous insect
D Berger, M Olofsson, K Gotthard, C Wiklund, M Friberg
The American Naturalist 180 (4), 464-480, 2012
242012
Generation-dependent female choice: behavioral polyphenism in a bivoltine butterfly
M Friberg, C Wiklund
Behavioral Ecology 18 (4), 758-763, 2007
222007
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