James F Hare
Professor and Assoc. Head
|Office||222 Bio-Sci Bldg.|
Research InterestsBiodiversity, Ecology and Environment, Evolution and maintenance of sociality, Social behaviour, costs and benefits of group living, sociality, social parasitism, kin, neighbour and individual recognition, proximate mechanisms of recognition, antipredator behaviour, alarm-calling, vocal communication, chemical defense, emphasis on field studies of ground-dwelling squirrels and laboratory studies of slave-making ants
- Bairos-Novak, K., Ryan, C.P., Freeman, A.R., Anderson, W.G. and Hare, J.F. (2017). Like mother, like daughter: Heritability of female Richardson’s ground squirrel (Urocitellus richardsonii) cortisol stress responses. Current Zoology 63.
- Pero, E.M. and Hare, J.F. (2017). Demography and Life History of a Manitoba, Delta Marsh Population of Franklin’s Ground Squirrels (Poliocitellus franklinii). Canadian Wildlife Biology & Management 6 (1), 42-52.
- Dakin, R., McCrossan, O., Hare, J.F., Montgomerie, R. and Amador Kane, S. (2016). Biomechanics of the peacock’s display: how feather structure and resonance facilitate multimodal signaling. PLoSOne 11 (4), e0152759.
- Wood, T.J. and Hare, J.F. (2016). Blue jays (Cyanocitta cristata) do not spontaneously eavesdrop on red squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) squeals to locate food. Proceedings of Manitoba’s Undergraduate Science and Engineering Research 2, 1-14.
- Campobello, D., Hare, J.F., and Sarà, M. (2015). Social phenotype extended to communities: Expanded multilevel social selection analysis reveals fitness consequences of interspecific interactions. Evolution 69, 916-925.