Rafael L. Rodríguez
Behavior and Evolution

substrate-borne vibrational communication
Campylenchia nymph (Hemiptera: Membracidae)
Cladonota adult (Hemiptera: Membracidae)
Entylia adults (Hemiptera: Membracidae)
Membracis mexicana (Hemiptera: Membracidae)
Red bat roosting on an treehopper host plant
Rafael L. Rodriguez, University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee

Book Chapters


Rodríguez RL. Chapter 18. Mating Is a Give-and-Take of Influence and Communication Between the Sexes. pp. 479-496 IN: Cryptic Female Choice in Arthropods: Patterns, Mechanisms and Prospects. Springer. (Peretti AV & Aisenberg A, eds.).


Rodríguez RL & Barbosa F. Chapter 9: Mutual Behavioral Adjustment in Vibrational Duetting. pp. 147-169 IN: Studying Vibrational Communication. Springer. (Cocroft RB, Gogala M, Hill P.S.M & Wessel A, eds.).


Cocroft RB, Rodríguez RL & Hunt RE. Host shifts, the evolution of communication and speciation in the Enchenopa binotata complex of treehoppers. pp. 88-100 IN: Specialization, speciation, and radiation: the evolutionary biology of herbivorous insects. University of California Press. (K Tilmon, ed.).

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