Publications

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  1. Spurgin L, Bebbington K, Fairfield E, Hammers M, Komdeur J, Burke T, Dugdale HL, Richardson DS. 2017. Spatio-temporal variation in lifelong telomere dynamics in a long-term ecological study. Journal of Animal Ecology doi:10.1111/1365-2656.12741
  2. Parau LG, Kingma SA, Weigl SE, Dugdale HL, Lessells CM, Schroeder J. 2017. Dynamics in numbers of group-roosting individuals in relation to pair-sleeping occurrence and onset of egg-laying in European bee-eaters Merops apiaster. Journal of Ornithology doi:10.1007/s10336-017-1468-1 PDF
  3. Edwards HA, Burke T, Dugdale HL. 2017. Repeatable and heritable behavioural variation in a wild cooperative breeder. Behavioral Ecology 28(3):668-676
  4. Sin YW, Newman C, Dugdale HL, Buesching C, Mannarelli ME, Annavi G, Burke T, Macdonald DW. 2016. No compensatory relationship between the innate and adaptive immune system in wild-living European badgers. PLoS ONE 11(10): e0163773
  5. Edwards HA, Dugdale HL, Richardson DS, Komdeur J & Burke T. 2016. Exploration is dependent on reproductive state, not social state, in a cooperatively breeding bird. Behavioral Ecology 27(6):1889-1896 PDF
  6. Bi G, dos Remedios N, Dawson DA, Kingma SA, Schroeder J & Dugdale HL. 2016. A multiplex set for microsatellite typing and sexing of the European bee-eater (Merops apiaster). European Journal of Wildlife Research. 62(4): 501-509 PDF
  7. Bebbington K, Spurgin LG, Fairfield EA, Dugdale HL, Komdeur J, Burke T & Richardson DS. 2016. Telomere length reveals cumulative individual and transgenerational inbreeding effects in a passerine bird. Molecular Ecology 25(12): 2949-2960 PDF
  8. Edwards HA, Hajduck GK, Durieux G, Burke T & Dugdale HL. 2015. No association between personality and candidate gene polymorphisms in a wild bird population. PLoS ONE 10(10): e0138439 PDF
  9. Hammers M, Kingma SA, Bebbington K, van de Crommenacker J, Spurgin LG, Richardson DS, Burke T, Dugdale HL & Komdeur J. 2015. Senescence in the wild: Insight from a long-term study on Seychelles warblers. Experimental Gerontology 71: 69–79
  10. Sin YW,  Annavi G, Newman C, Buesching CD, Burke T, Macdonald DW & Dugdale HL. 2015. MHC class II assortative mate choice in European badgers (Meles meles). Molecular Ecology 24(12): 3138–3153
  11. Atema E,  Mulder E, Dugdale HL, Briga M, van Noordwijk AJ & Verhulst S. 2015. Heritability of telomere length in the zebra finch. Journal of Ornithology 156(4): 1113–1123
  12. Sin YW, Annavi G, Dugdale HL, Newman C, Burke T & Macdonald DW. 2014. Pathogen burden, co-infection and major histocompatibility complex variability in the European badger (Meles meles). Molecular Ecology 23(20): 5072–5088
  13. Annavi G, Newman C, Dugdale HL, Buesching CD, Sin YW, Burke T & Macdonald DW. 2014. Neighbouring-group composition and within-group relatedness drive extra-group paternity rate in the European badger (Meles meles). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 27(10): 2191–2203 PDF
  14. Annavi G, Newman C, Buesching CD, Macdonald DW, Burke T & Dugdale HL. 2014. Heterozygosity-fitness correlations in a wild mammal population: accounting for parental and environmental effects. Ecology and Evolution 4(12): 2594–2609 PDF
  15. Schroeder J^, Dugdale HL^ et al. [37 co-authors] 2013. Fewer invited talks by women in evolutionary biology symposia. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26(9), 2063-2069 ^ equal authorship. Covered by: Science, Nature, Royal Society, Huffington Post, Telegraph & Times Higher Education PDF
  16. Edwards HA, Winney IS, Schroeder J & Dugdale HL. 2013. Do rapid assays predict repeatability in labile (behavioural) traits? A reply to Biro. Animal Behaviour 85(3): e1–e3
  17. Schroeder J, Cleasby I, Dugdale HL, Nakagawa S & Burke T. 2013. Social and genetic benefits of parental investment suggest sex differences in selection pressures. Journal of Avian Biology 44(2): 133–140
  18. Sin YW, Dugdale HL, Newman C, Macdonald DW & Burke T. 2012. Evolution of MHC class I genes in the European badger (Meles meles). Ecology and Evolution 2(7): 1644–1662 PDF
  19. Patrick SC, Chapman JR, Dugdale HL, Quinn JL & Sheldon BC. 2012. Promiscuity, paternity and personality in the great tit. Proceedings of the Royal Society B  279(1734): 1724–1730
  20. Sin YW, Dugdale HL, Newman C, Macdonald DW & Burke T. 2012. MHC class II genes in the European badger (Meles meles): characterization, patterns of variation, and transcription analysis. Immunogenetics 64(4): 313–327
  21. Dugdale HL, Griffiths A & Macdonald DW. 2011. Polygynandrous and repeated mounting behaviour in European badgers, Meles meles. Animal Behaviour 82(6): 1287–1297 Pre-pub PDF
  22. Dugdale HL, Hinsch M & Schroeder J. 2011. Biased sampling: no ‘Homer Simpson Effect’ among high achievers. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 26(12): 622–623 Pre-pub PDF
  23. Dugdale HL, Pope LC, Newman C, Macdonald DW & Burke T. 2011. Age-specific breeding success in a wild mammalian population: selection, constraint, restraint and senescence. Molecular Ecology 20(15): 3261–3274
  24. Dugdale HL, Davison D, Baker SE, Ellwood SA, Newman C, Buesching CD & Macdonald DW. 2011. Female teat size is a reliable indicator of annual breeding success in European badgers: genetic validation. Mammalian Biology 76(6): 716–721 Pre-pub PDF
  25. Annavi G, Dawson DA, Horsburgh GJ, Greig C, Dugdale HL, Newman C, Macdonald DW & Burke T. 2011. Characterisation of twenty-one European badger (Meles meles) microsatellite loci facilitates the discrimination of second-order relatives. Conservation Genetics Resources 3(3): 515–518
  26. Nouvellet P, Buesching CD, Dugdale HL, Newman C & Macdonald DW. 2011. Mouthing off about developmental stress: Individuality of palate marking in the European badger and its relationship with juvenile parasitoses. Journal of Zoology 283(1): 52–62
  27. Dugdale HL, Elwood SA & Macdonald DW. 2010. Alloparental care and long-term costs of mothers tolerating other members of the group in a plurally breeding mammal. Animal Behaviour 80(4): 721–735. Pre-pub PDF
  28. Dugdale HL, Nouvellet P, Pope LC, Burke T & Macdonald DW. 2010. Fitness measures in selection analyses: sensitivity to the overall number of offspring produced in a lifetime. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23(2): 282–292
  29. Hewitt S, Macdonald DW & Dugdale HL. 2009. Context-dependent linear dominance hierarchies in social groups of European badgers, Meles meles. Animal Behaviour 77(1): 161–169.
  30. Dugdale HL, Macdonald DW, Pope LC, Johnson PJ & Burke T. 2008. Reproductive skew and relatedness in social groups of European badgers Meles meles. Molecular Ecology 17(7): 1815–1827.
  31. Dugdale HL, Macdonald DW, Pope LC & Burke T. 2007. Polygynandry, extra-group paternity and multiple paternity litters in European badger (Meles meles) social groups. Molecular Ecology  16(24): 5294–5306.
  32. Yamaguchi N, Dugdale HL & Macdonald DW. 2006. Female receptivity, embryonic diapause and superfoetation in the European badger (Meles meles): implications for the reproductive tactics of males and females. Quarterly Review of Biology 81(1): 33–48PDF © 2006 by The University of Chicago (featured in Current Biology 16(7): R232).
  33. Dugdale HL, Macdonald DW & Newman C. 2003. Offspring sex ratio variation in the European badger Meles meles. Ecology 84(1): 40–45PDF © 2003 by the Ecological Society of America.
  34. Agombar JS, Dugdale HL & Hawkswell NJ. 2003. Species list and relative abundance of marine molluscs collected on Aride Island beach between March 2001 and February 2002. Phelsuma 11: 29–38. PDF

 

 

Books, or contributions to books

  1. Komdeur J, Burke T, Dugdale HL & Richardson DS. 2016. Seychelles warblers: the complexities of the helping paradox. In: Koenig WD & Dickinson JL. Cooperative Breeding in Vertebrates: Studies of Ecology, Evolution, and Behaviour. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  2. Macdonald DW, Dugdale HL & Powell RA. In press for 2016. Sociology and behavioural ecology of musteloids. In: Macdonald DW, Newman C & Harrington L (eds.). The Biology and Conservation of Wild Musteloids. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  3. Dugdale HL. 2008. Genetic analyses of badger populations. In: Macdonald DW & Burnham D (eds.). The State of Britain’s Mammals 2008: p 17. Mammals Trust UK, London. PDF
  4. Dugdale HL. 2007. The Evolution of Social Behaviour: the Effect of mating System and Social Structure in the European badger Meles meles. DPhil thesis. University of Oxford, Oxford. pp 282. PDF
  5. Dugdale HL. 2005. Offspring sex ratio variation in badgers. In: Macdonald DW, Randall D & Hurst C (eds.). The Second WildCRU Review: p 227. Wildlife Conservation Research Unit, Oxford. PDF

 

Popularisation of science

  1. Dugdale HL. 2013. Ada Lovelace day: women in science and technology. Visibility matters. The Guardian Witness
  2. Dugdale HL. 2013. Low visibility of female scientists at evolution conferences. Netherlands Society for Behavioural Biology Newsletter, 22, 1, pp 8-9. PDF
  3. Dugdale HL. 2013. Women and academic conferences. The Academic Minute. WAMC Northeast Public Radio.
  4. Dugdale HL. 2012. The love life of badgers. Mammals UK Winter 2012: p 15. People’s Trust for Endangered Species, London. PDF
  5. Dugdale HL. 2010. Diary notes: Fleeing fledgling. Hypotheses 17(3): p 17. Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), Netherlands. PDF (in English)
  6. Dugdale HL. 2010. A review of: “Michler SPM. 2009. Sex-specific strategies in a sex-biased world. PhD thesis, University of Groningen, The Netherlands”. Ardea 98(1): pp 123–124. PDF
  7. Dugdale HL. 2008. The private lives of badgers. Mammals UK Summer 2008: pp 10–13. People’s Trust for Endangered Species, London. PDF

 

Reports

  1. Dugdale HL, Richardson DS, Komdeur J & Burke T. 2010. Fitness consequences of helping in the cooperatively breeding Seychelles warbler. In: CEES progress report 2010, 32–34. Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Studies (CEES), University of Groningen, Groningen. PDF
  2. Dugdale HL, Isherwood A, Dean B & Macdonald DW. 2005. Social behaviour of the European badger Meles meles. MTUK End of Project Report. Mammals Trust UK, London. PDF
  3. Dugdale HL. 2001. Breeding status of the Hawksbill turtle Eretmochelys imbricata and Green turtle Chelonia mydas on Aride Island. In: Self C & Macrae F (eds.). Aride Island Nature Reserve, Seychelles: Annual Report 2001. RSNC, Newark. PDF
  4. Dugdale HL. 2001. A summary of the 2000-2001 Hawksbill turtle nesting season on Aride Island. In: Self C & Macrae F (eds.). Aride Island Nature Reserve, Seychelles: Annual Report 2001. RSNC, Newark. PDF
  5. Dugdale HL. 2001. Estate agency recommendations for Coenobita violascens. In: Self C & Macrae F (eds.). Aride Island Nature Reserve, Seychelles: Annual Report 2001. RSNC, Newark. PDF
  6. Dugdale HL & Bamford A. 2001. What a load of rubbish: a tideline survey. In: Self C & Macrae F (eds.). Aride Island Nature Reserve, Seychelles: Annual Report 2001. RSNC, Newark. PDF
  7. Dugdale HL. 1999. Primate ecology: ranging behaviour, population size and group composition of Rhinopithecus bieti. In: McLennan G et al. (eds.) Snub-nosed Monkey Research and Conservation Project Report, 4–7. CSB Conservation Publications, Cambridge. PDF

 

Published abstracts

  1. Dugdale HL. 2015. Social effects on parental care behaviour. Zoology 2015, Amsterdam, Netherlands, 8-9 October 2015. Plenary talk. PDF
  2. Dugdale HL. 2015. Age-specific breeding success in two natural populations. European Meeting of PhD Students in Evolutionary Biology 21, Stirling, Scotland, 8-13 September 2015, p 13. Plenary talk PDF
  3. Dugdale HL, Boheemen L, Hammers M, Kingma S, Richardson DS, Komdeur J, Burke T. 2015. Social effects on parental care in the cooperatively breeding Seychelles warbler. 15th Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Lausanne, Switzerland, 10-14 August 2015, pp 465-466. PDF
  4. Dugdale HL^, Schroeder J^ et al. 2013. Fewer invited talks by women in evolutionary biology. International Conference on Individual Differences, Groningen, Netherlands, 1-3 November 2013, pp. 37-38 PDF ^ equal authorship
  5. Dugdale HL, Pope LC, Newman C, Macdonald DW & Burke T. 2013. Age-specific breeding success in a wild mammalian population: selection, constraint, restraint and senescence. International Conference on Individual Differences, Groningen, Netherlands, 1-3 November 2013, p 95. PDF
  6. Dugdale HL^, Schroeder J^ et al. 2013. Fewer invited talks by women in evolutionary biology. 14th Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Lisbon, Portugal, 19-24 August 2013, pp 1447-1448. PDF ^ equal authorship
  7. Dugdale HL, Pope LC, Newman C, Macdonald DW & Burke T. 2013. Age-specific breeding success in a wild mammalian population: selection, constraint, restraint and senescence. 14th Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Lisbon, Portugal, 19-24 August 2013, p 718. PDF
  8. Schroeder J, Dugdale HL, Burke T & Nakagawa S. 2013. Sex specific social genetic effects in parental-care behaviour. 14th Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Lisbon, Portugal, 19-24 August 2013, p 574. PDF
  9. Dugdale HL, Richardson DS, Komdeur J & Burke T. 2012. Why do Seychelles warblers help? Fitness consequences and heritability of helping behaviour. 4th International Conference on Quantitative Genetics: Understanding Variation in Complex Traits, Edinburgh, 17-22 June 2012, p 120. PDF
  10. Dugdale HL, Richardson DS, Komdeur J & Burke T. 2011. Determinants and fitness consequences of infidelity in the cooperatively breeding Seychelles warbler. 13th Congress of the European Society for Evolutionary Biology, Tübingen, Germany, p 377. PDF
  11. Dugdale HL, Richardson DS, Komdeur J & Burke T. 2010. Avoiding common pitfalls when applying ‘animal models’ to behaviour using Bayesian methods. Post-ISBE Congress Symposium, Statistical Tools for Behavioral Ecologists. Perth, Australia, p 267. Invited talk PDF
  12. Dugdale HL, Richardson DS, Komdeur J & Burke T. 2010. Selection for and heritability of alternative breeding strategies in the cooperatively breeding Seychelles warbler. 13th International Society for Behavioral Ecology Symposium, Perth, Australia, p 189. PDF
  13. Dugdale HL, Richardson DS, Komdeur J & Burke T. 2009. Fitness consequences and heritability of helping behaviour in the cooperatively breeding Seychelles warbler Acrocephalus sechellensis. 12th European Society for Evolutionary Biology Congress, Turin, Italy, p 65. PDF
  14. Dugdale HL, Pope LC, Burke T & Macdonald DW. 2007. Reproductive behaviour and genetic relationships within social groups of European badgers Meles meles. 30th International Ethological Congress, Halifax, Canada, S14-1. Invited talk PDF

 

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