Negative assortative mating and maintenance of shell colour polymorphism in Littorina (Neritrema) species
Negative frequency-dependent selection maintains shell banding polymorphisms in two marine snails (Littorina fabalis and Littorina saxatilis)"
Mate Choice Contributes to the Maintenance of Shell Color Polymorphism in a Marine Snail via Frequency-Dependent Sexual Selection
A novel method to estimate the spatial scale of mate choice in the wild
The causal relationship between sexual selection and sexual size dimorphism in marine gastropods
A novel method for estimating the strength of positive mating preference by similarity in the wild
The scale-of-choice effect and how estimates of assortative mating in the wild can be biased due to heterogeneous samples
Can sexual selection and disassortative mating contribute to the maintenance of a shell color polymorphism in an intertidal marine snail?