John Cooley

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Postdoctoral Associate
Office: TLS 461
Voice: (860) 486-6650
Fax: (860) 486-6364
E-mail: john.cooley@uconn.edu

Home page:
http://hydrodictyon.eeb.uconn.edu/people/cooley/

Mailing address:
75 N. Eagleville Road, Unit 3043
Storrs, CT 06269-3043, U.S.A.

Research interests:

My research interests include speciation and mating system evolution. Currently, I am studying song evolution and genetic boundaries in North American periodical cicadas and New Zealand cicadas.

Selected publications:

  • Cooley, J.R., Marshall, D. Hill, K.B.R. and Simon, C. 2006. Reconstructing asymmetrical reproductive character displacement in a periodical cicada contact zone. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19: 855-868.
  • Hill, K.B.R., Marshall, D.C., and Cooley, J.R. 2005. Crossing Cook Strait: Probable human transportation of two New Zealand cicadas Kikihia scutellaris (Walker) and K. ochrina (Walker) (Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha: Cicadidae) from the North Island to the South Island. New Zealand Entomologist 28(1): 71-80.
  • Cooley, J.R. 2004. Asymmetry and mating success in a periodical cicada, Magicicada septendecim (Hemiptera: Cicadidae). Ethology 110: 1-17.
  • Cooley, J.R., and Marshall, D.C. 2004. Thresholds or comparisons: Mate choice criteria and sexual selection in a periodical cicada, Magicicada septendecim (Hemiptera: Cicadidae). Behaviour 141: 647-673.
  • Cooley, J.R., Marshall, D.C., and Simon, C. 2004. The historical contraction of periodical cicada Brood VII (Hemiptera: Cicadudae: Magicicada). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 112: 198-204.
  • Cooley, J.R., Simon, C., and Marshall, D.C. 2003. Temporal separation and speciation in periodical cicadas. BioScience 53: 151-157.
  • Marshall, D.C., Cooley, J.R., and Simon, C. 2003. Holocene climate shifts, life-cycle plasticity, and speciation in periodical cicadas: A comment and reply to Cox and Carlton. Evolution 57: 433-437.
  • Cooley, J.R. 2001. Long-range acoustical signals, phonotaxis, and risk in the sexual pair-forming behaviors of Okanagana canadensis and O. rimosa (Hemiptera: Cicadidae). Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 94: 755-760.
  • Cooley, J.R., and Marshall, D.C. 2001. Sexual signaling in periodical cicadas, Magicicada spp. Behaviour 138: 827-855.
  • Cooley, J.R., Simon, C., Marshall, D.C., Slon, K., and Ehrhardt, C. 2001. Allochronic speciation and reproductive character displacement in periodical cicadas supported by mitrochondrial DNA, song pitch, and abdominal sternite coloration data. Molecular Ecology 10: 661-672.
  • Marshall, D.C., and Cooley, J.R. 2000. Reproductive character displacement and speciation in periodical cicadas, and a new 13-year species, Magicicada neotredecim. Evolution 54: 1313-1325.
  • Cooley, J.R. 1999. Sexual behavior in North American cicadas of the genera Magicicada and Okanagana. The University of Michigan
  • Cooley, J.R., Hammond, G.S., and Marshall, D.C. 1998. The effects of enamel paint marks ont he behavior and survival of the periodical cicada, Magicicada septendecim (L.)(Homoptera) and the lesser migratory grasshopper, Melanoplus sanguinipes (F.)(Orthoptera). Great Lakes Entomologist 31: 161-168.
  • Alexander, R.D., Marshall, D.C., and Cooley, J.R. 1997. Evolutionary Perspectives on Insect Mating. Pages 1-31 in B. Crespi, J. Choe The evolution of mating systems in insects and arachnids. Cambridge University Press
  • Marshall, D.C., Cooley, J.R., Alexander, R.D., and Moore, T.E. 1996. New records of Michigan Cicadidae (Homoptera) with notes on the use of songs to monitor range changes. Great Lakes Entomologist 29: 165-169.
  • Cooley, J.R. 1995. Floran Heat Rewards and Direct Benefits to Insect Pollinators. Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer. 88: 576-579.
  • Cooley, J.R. 1995. Functional hypotheses concerning the mating behavior of Lytta nuttalli Say (Coloptera:Meloidae) in the Front Range of central Colorado. Coleopterists Bulletin 49(2): 132.
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