Jones, E.I.*, M.E. Afkhami, E. Akcay, J.L. Bronstein, R. Bshary, M.E. Frederickson, K.D. Heath, J. Hoeksema, J. Ness, S. Pankey, S.S. Porter, J.L. Sachs, K. Scharnagl and M.L. Friesen*. Cheaters must prosper: reconciling theoretical and empirical perspectives on cheating in mutualism. Ecology Letters, 18: 1270–1284.
*authors contributed equally

Jones, E.I., Nuismer, S.L., and Gomulkiewicz, R. (2013) Revisiting Darwin's conundrum reveals a twist on the relationship between phylogenetic distance and invasibility. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 11020627-20632.

Lanan, M.C., Dornhaus, A., Jones, E.I., Waser, A., and Bronstein, J.L. (2012) The trail less traveled: individual decision-making and its effect on group behavior. PLoS ONE, 7: e47976. 

Jones, E.I., Bronstein, J.L., and Ferriere, R. (2012) The fundamental role of competition in the ecology and evolution of mutualisms. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1256, The Year in Evolutionary Biology: 66-88.

Jones, E.I. and Gomulkiewicz, R. (2012) Biotic interactions, rapid evolution and the establishment of introduced species. The American Naturalist, 179: E28-E36.

Friesen, M.L.* and Jones, E.I.* (2012) Modelling the evolution of mutualistic symbioses in J. van Helden, A. Toussaint, and D. Thieffry, eds. Bacterial Molecular Networks. Methods in Molecular Biology, Springer New York, 804: 481-499.
*authors contributed equally

Jones, E.I. and Dornhaus, A. (2011) Predation risk makes bees reject rewarding flowers and reduce foraging activity. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 65: 1505-1511.

Jones, E.I. (2010) Optimal foraging when predation risk increases with patch resources: an analysis of pollinators and ambush predators. Oikos, 119: 835-840.

Jones, E.I., Ferriere, R., and Bronstein, J.L. (2009) Eco-evolutionary dynamics of mutualists and exploiters. The American Naturalist, 174: 780-794.

Jack, C.N., Ridgeway, J.G., Mehdiabadi, N.J., Jones, E.I., Edwards, T.A., Queller, D.C., and Strassmann, J.E. (2008) Segregate or cooperate - a study of the interaction between two species of Dictyostelium. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 8: 293.

Degtiar, V., Jones, E.I., Chau, M., Cleemann, L. and Morad, M. (2002) TIRF imaging of focal Ca2+ release in voltage-clamped atrial and ventricular myocytes. Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory Bulletin 41: 92-95. *not peer reviewed.
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