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Research article

Näslund, Joacim (2021). Behavioural repeatability in larval Limnephilus lunatus Curtis, 1834 (Trichoptera) in an open-field test. Aquatic Insects. 42 , 62-77
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Bowes, Rachel E. and Näslund, Joacim and Greenberg, Larry and Bergman, Eva (2021). Cobble substrate in a surface bypass reduces bypass acceptance by common roach Rutilus rutilus. Ecological Engineering. 172 , 106402
[Research article]

Sowersby, Will and Eckerstrom-Liedholm, Simon and Kotrschal, Alexander and Näslund, Joacim and Rowinski, Piotr and Gonzalez-Voyer, Alejandro and Rogell, Björn (2021). Fast life-histories are associated with larger brain size in killifishes. Evolution. 75 , 2286-2298
[Research article]

von Schmalensee, Loke and Hulda Gunnarsdottir, Katrin and Näslund, Joacim and Gotthard, Karl and Lehmann, Philipp (2021). Thermal performance under constant temperatures can accurately predict insect development times across naturally variable microclimates. Ecology Letters. 24 , 1633-1645
[Research article]

Näslund, Joacim (2021). Unreplicable state-dependent effects on start-box emergence latency in wild-origin sticklebacks. Ethology. 127 , 621-631
[Research article]

Rowinski, Piotr K. and Sowersby, Will and Näslund, Joacim and Eckerstrom-Liedholm, Simon and Gotthard, Karl and Rogell, Björn (2021). Variation in developmental rates is not linked to environmental unpredictability in annual killifishes. Ecology and Evolution. 11 , 8027-8037
[Research article]

Article Review/Survey

Näslund, Joacim (2021). Reared to become wild-like: addressing behavioral and cognitive deficits in cultured aquatic animals destined for stocking into natural environments-a critical review. Bulletin of marine science. 97 , 489-538
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