Katja Rönkä
Katja Rönkä
Postdoctoral researcher, University of Helsinki
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Putting Parasemia in its phylogenetic place: a molecular analysis of the subtribe Arctiina (Lepidoptera)
K Rönkä, J Mappes, L Kaila, N Wahlberg
Systematic Entomology 41 (4), 844-853, 2016
Diversity in warning coloration: selective paradox or the norm?
ES Briolat, ER Burdfield‐Steel, SC Paul, KH Rönkä, BM Seymoure, ...
Biological Reviews 94 (2), 388-414, 2019
Colour alone matters: no predator generalization among morphs of an aposematic moth
K Rönkä, C De Pasqual, J Mappes, S Gordon, B Rojas
Animal Behaviour 135, 153-163, 2018
Multimodal aposematic signals and their emerging role in mate attraction
B Rojas, E Burdfield-Steel, C De Pasqual, S Gordon, L Hernández, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6, 93, 2018
Can multiple-model mimicry explain warning signal polymorphism in the wood tiger moth, Arctia plantaginis (Lepidoptera: Erebidae)?
K Rönkä, J Mappes, C Michalis, R Kiviö, J Salokannas, B Rojas
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 124 (2), 237-260, 2018
The dual role of rivers in facilitating or hindering movements of the false heath fritillary butterfly
H Fabritius, K Rönkä, O Ovaskainen
Movement ecology 3 (1), 1-14, 2015
Geographic mosaic of selection by avian predators on hindwing warning colour in a polymorphic aposematic moth
K Rönkä, JK Valkonen, O Nokelainen, B Rojas, S Gordon, ...
Ecology Letters 23 (11), 1654-1663, 2020
Evolution of signal diversity: predator-prey interactions and the maintenance of warning colour polymorphism in the wood tiger moth Arctia plantaginis
K Rönkä
Jyväskylä studies in biological and environmental science, 2017
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