105. Kolm, N., Amcoff, M., Mann, R. & Arnqvist, G. 2012. Diversification of a food-mimicking male ornament via sensory drive. Current Biology, 22: 1-4
104. Immler, S., Arnqvist, G. and Otto, S. P. (2011) Ploidally antagonistic selection maintains stable genetic polymorphism. Evolution 66:55–65.
103. Rowe, L and Arnqvist, G (2011) Sexual selection and the evolution of genital shape and complexity in water striders. Evolution 66: 40–54.
102. Salehialavi Y, Fritzsche K and Arnqvist G (2011) The cost of mating and mutual mate choice in two role-reversed honey locust beetles. Behavioral Ecology 22:1104-1113.
101. Rönn J, Katvala M and Arnqvist, G (2011) Correlated evolution between male and female primary reproductive characters in seed beetles.
Functional Ecology 25:634-640.
100. Arnqvist G (2011) Assortative mating by fitness and sexually antagonistic genetic variation. Evolution 65:2111-2116
99. Niclas Kolm & Göran Arnqvist. 2011. Environmental correlates of diet in the swordtail characin (Corynopoma riisei, gill). Environmental Biology of Fishes 92: 159-166. DOI 10.1007/s10641-011-9825-z
98. South, S H and Arnqvist, G. 2011. Male, but not female, preference for an ornament expressed in both sexes of the polygynous mosquito Sabethes cyaneus. Animal Behaviour 81, 645-651.
97. Arnqvist G, Dowling DK, Eady P, Gay L, Tregenza T, Tuda M, Hosken DJ. 2010. Genetic architecture of metabolic rate: environment specific epistasis between mitochondrial and nuclear genes in an insect. Evolution 64:3354-3363
96. Fricke, C, Andersson, C and Arnqvist, G (2010) Natural selection hampers divergence of reproductive traits in a seed beetle. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23:1857-1867.
95. Arnqvist, G and Kolm, N (2010) Population differentiation in the swordtail characin (Corynopoma riisei): a role for sensory drive?
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23:1907-1918.
94. Dowling, DK, Meerupati, T and Arnqvist, G (2010) Cytonuclear Interactions and the Economics of Mating in Seed Beetles. American Naturalist 176:131-140
93. Jones TM, Elgar MA and Arnqvist G. 2010. Extreme cost of male riding behaviour for juvenile females of the Zeus bug. Animal Behaviour 79, 11-16.
92. Arnqvist G and Tuda M. 2010. Sexual conflict and the gender load: correlated evolution between population fitness and sexual dimorphism in seed beetles. Proceedings of the Royal Society series B 277, 1345-1352.
91. Maklakov, AA & Arnqvist, G. 2009. Testing for direct and indirect effects of mate choice by manipulating female choosiness. Current Biology 19, 1903-1906.
90. Bilde, T, Foged, A, Schilling, N & Arnqvist G. 2009. Postmating sexual selection favors males that sire offspring with low fitness. Science 324, 1705-1706.
89. Hotzy, C & Arnqvist, G. 2009. Sperm competition favors harmful males in seed beetles. Current Biology 19, 404-407.
88. Mirjam Amcoff, Göran Arnqvist and Niclas Kolm. 2009. Courtship signalling with a labile bilateral signal: males show their best side. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63, 1717-1725.
87. South, S.H., Steiner, D., Arnqvist, G. 2009. Male matings costs in a polygynous mosquito with ornaments expressed in both sexes. Proceedings of the Royal Society series B 276, 3671-3678.
86. South, S H and Arnqvist, G. 2009. Morphological variation of an ornament expressed in both sexes of the mosquito Sabethes cyaneus. Evolutionary Ecology Research 11, 1-21.
85. South, S H and Arnqvist, G . 2008. Evidence of monandry in a mosquito (Sabethes cyaneus) with elaborate ornaments in both sexes. Journal of Insect Behavior 21, 451-459.
84. Bilde T, Friberg U, Maklakov AA, Fry J & Arnqvist G. 2008. The genetic architecture of fitness in a seed beetle: assessing the potential for indirect genetic benefits of female choice. BMC Evolutionary Biology 8, 295.
83. Rankin, DJ, Arnqvist, G. 2008. Sexual dimorphism is associated with population fitness in the seed beetle Callosobruchus maculatus. Evolution 62, 622-630.
82. J. L. RÖNN, M. KATVALA & G. ARNQVIST. 2008. Interspecific variation in ejaculate allocation and associated effects on female fitness in seed beetles. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21, 461-470.
81. M. KATVALA, J. L. RÖNN & G. ARNQVIST. 2008. Correlated evolution between male ejaculate allocation and female remating behaviour in seed beetles (Bruchidae). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21, 471-479.
80. Arnqvist G, Jones TM, Elgar MA. 2007. The extraordinary mating system of Zeus bugs (Heteroptera : Veliidae : Phoreticovelia sp.). Australian Journal of Zoology 55, 131-137.
79. Maklakov AA, Kremer N, Arnqvist G. 2007. The effects of age at mating on female life-history traits in a seed beetle. Behavioral Ecology 18, 551-555.
78. Fricke C, Arnqvist G. 2007. Rapid adaptation to a novel host in a seed beetle (Callosobruchus maculatus): the role of sexual selection. Evolution 61, 440-454.
77. Arnqvist G, Kirkpatrick M. 2007. The evolution of infidelity in socially monogamous passerines revisited. American Naturalist 169, 282-283.
76. Rönn, J., Katvala, M. & Arnqvist, G. 2007. Coevolution between harmful male genitalia and female resistance in seed beetles. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104, 10921-1092.
75. Dowling DK, Friberg U, Arnqvist G. 2007. A comparison of nuclear and cytoplasmic genetic effects on sperm competitiveness and female remating in a seed beetle. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20, 2113-2125.
74. Dowling DK, Larkeson Nowostawski A, Arnqvist G. 2007. Effects of cytoplasmic genes on sperm viability and sperm morphology in a seed beetle: implications for sperm competition theory? Journal of Evolutionary Biology 20, 358-368.
73. Dowling DK, Chávez-Abiega K, Arnqvist G. 2007. Temperature-specific outcomes of cytoplasmic-nuclear interactions on egg-to-adult development time in seed beetles. Evolution 61, 194-201.
72. Dowling DK, Friberg U, Hailer F, Arnqvist G. 2007. Intergenomic epistasis for fitness: within-population interactions between cytoplasmic and nuclear genes in Drosophila melanogaster. Genetics 175, 235-244.
71. Maklakov, AA, Fricke, C, Arnqvist, G. 2007. Sexual selection affects lifespan and aging in the seed beetle. Aging Cell 6, 739-744.
70. Arnqvist, G. 2006. Sensory exploitation and sexual conflict. Philosophical Transaction of the Royal Society Series B 361, 375-386.
69. Arnqvist, G. and Andrés, J. A. 2006. The effects of experimentally induced polyandry on female reproduction in a monandrous mating system. Ethology 112, 748-756.
68. Edvardsson, M. and Arnqvist, G. 2006. No apparent indirect genetic benefits to female red flour beetles preferring males with intense copulatory courtship. Behavior Genetics 36, 775-782.
67. Fricke, C., Arnqvist, G. and Amaro, N. 2006. Female modulation of reproductive rate and its role in postmating prezygotic isolation in Callosobruchus maculatus. Functional Ecology 20, 360-368.
66. Arnqvist, G., Jones, T. M. and Elgar, M. A. 2006. Sex-role reversed nuptial feeding reduces male kleptoparasitism of females in Zeus bugs (Heteroptera; Veliidae). Biology Letters 2, 491-493.
65. Maklakov AA, Friberg U, Dowling D & Arnqvist G. 2006. Within-population variation in cytoplasmic genes affects female lifespan and ageing in Drosophila melanogaster. Evolution 60, 2081-2086.
64. M. Tuda, J. Rönn, S. Buranapanichpan, N. Wasano, G. Arnqvist. 2006. Evolutionary diversification of the bean beetle genus Callosobruchus (Coleoptera: Bruchidae): traits associated with stored-product pest status. Molecular Ecology 15, 3541-3551.
63. Rönn, J, Katvala, M and Arnqvist, G. 2006. The costs of mating and egg production in Callosobruchus seed beetles. Animal Behaviour 72, 335-342. doi=10.1016/j.anbehav.2005.10.024
62. Alexei A. Maklakov, Natacha Kremer, Göran Arnqvist. 2006. Ageing and the evolution of female resistance to remating in seed beetles. Biology Letters 2, 62-64. doi:10.1098/rsbl.2005.0398
61. Alexei A. Maklakov, Natacha Kremer, Göran Arnqvist. 2005. Adaptive male effects on female ageing in seed beetles. Proceedings of the Royal Society series B 272, 2485 - 248. doi:10.1098/rspb.2005.3240 pdf PDF
60. Edvardsson, M. and Arnqvist, G. 2005. The effects of copulatory courtship on differential allocation in the red flour beetle Tribolium castaneum. Journal of Insect Behavior 188, 313-322.
59. Arnqvist, G. and Kirkpatrick, M. 2005. The evolution of infidelity in socially monogamous passerines: the strength of direct and indirect selection on extrapair copulation behavior in females. American Naturalist 165, S26-S37.
58. Arnqvist, G. 2004. Sexual conflict and sexual selection: lost in the chase. Evolution 58, 1383-1388.
57. Arnqvist, G., Nilsson, T. and Katvala, M. 2004. Mating rate and fitness in female bean weevils. Behavioral Ecology 16, 123-127.
56. Fricke, C. and G. Arnqvist. 2004. Conspecific sperm precedence in flour beetles. Animal Behaviour 67, 729-732.
55. Fricke, C. and G. Arnqvist. 2004. Divergence in replicated phylogenies: the evolution of partial postmating prezygotic isolation in bean weevils. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 17, 1345-1354.
54. Morrow, E.H., T.E. Pitcher, and G.A. Arnqvist. 2003. No evidence that sexual selection is an "engine of speciation" in birds. Ecology Letters 6, 228-234. Ecology Letters 6, 228-234.
53. Nilsson, T., Fricke, C. and Arnqvist G. 2003. The effects of male and female genotype on variance in male fertilization success in the red flour beetle (Tribolium castaneum). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 53, 227-233.
52. Friberg, U. and Arnqvist, G. 2003. Fitness effects of female mate choice: preferred males are detrimental for Drosophila melanogaster females. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 16, 797-811.
51. Morrow, E. H. and Arnqvist, G. 2003. Costly traumatic insemination and a female counteradaptation in bed bugs. Proceedings of the Royal Society series B 270, 2377-2381.
50. Morrow, EH, Arnqvist, G. and Pitnick, S. 2003. Adaptation versus pleiotropy: why do males harm their mates? Behavioral Ecology 14, 802-806.
49. Chapman, T., Arnqvist, G., Bangham, J. and Rowe, L. 2003. Sexual conflict and female choice. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18, 440-441.
48. Morrow, E. H., Pitcher, T. E. and Arnqvist, G. 2003. No evidence that sexual selection is an “engine of speciation” in birds. Ecology Letters 6, 228–234.
47. Arnqvist, G., Jones, T. M. and Elgar, M. A. 2003. Reversal of sex roles in nuptial feeding. Nature 424, 387-388.
46. Arnqvist, G. 2003. The struggle for sexual inequality. Nature 424, 616-617.
45. Chapman T, Arnqvist G, Bangham J, and Rowe L. 2003. Sexual conflict. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 18, 41-47.
44. Nilsson, T., Fricke, C. and Arnqvist, G. 2002. Patterns of divergence in the effect of mating on female reproductive performance in flour beetles. Evolution 56, 111-120.
43. Rowe, L. and Arnqvist, G. 2002. Sexually antagonistic coevolution in a mating system: combining experimental and comparative approaches to address evolutionary processes. Evolution 56, 754–767.
42. Arnqvist, G. and Rowe, L. 2002. Antagonistic coevolution between the sexes in a group of insects. Nature 415, 787-789.
41. Arnqvist, G. and Rowe, L. 2002. Correlated evolution of male and female morphologies in water striders. Evolution 56, 936-947.
40. Morrow, E. H., Arnqvist, G. and Pitcher, T. E. 2002. The evolution of infertility: does hatching rate in birds coevolve with female polyandry? Journal of Evolutionary Biology 15, 702-709.
39. Andres, J.A. and Arnqvist, G. 2001. Genetic divergence of the seminal signal/receptor system in house flies: the footprints of sexually antagonistic coevolution? Proceedings of the Royal Society series B 268, 399-405.
38. Gavrilets, S., Arnqvist, G. and Friberg, U. 2001. The evolution of female mate choice by sexual conflict. Proceedings of the Royal Society series B 268, 531-539.
37. Andres, J.A. and Arnqvist, G. 2001. Genetic divergence of the seminal signal/receptor system in house flies: the footprints of sexually antagonistic coevolution? Proceedings of the Royal Society series B 268, 399-405.
36. Arnqvist, G. and Nilsson, T. 2000. The evolution of polyandry: multiple mating and female fitness in insects. Animal Behaviour 60, 145-164.
35. Edvardsson, M. and Arnqvist, G. 2000. Copulatory courtship and cryptic female choice in red flour beetles. Proceedings of the Royal Society series B 267, 559-564.
34. Arnqvist, G. and Nilsson, T. 2000. The evolution of polyandry: multiple mating and female fitness in insects. Animal Behaviour 60, 145-164.
33. Arnqvist, G., Edvardsson, M., Friberg, U. and Nilsson, T. 2000. Sexual conflict promotes speciation in insects. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 97, 10460-10464.
32. Edvardsson, M. and Arnqvist, G. 2000. Copulatory courtship and cryptic female choice in red flour beetles Tribolium castaneum. Proceedings of the Royal Society series B 267, 559-563.
31. Arnqvist, G. and Danielsson, I. 1999. Postmating sexual selection: the effects of male body size and recovery period on paternity and egg production rate in a water strider. Behavioral Ecology 10, 358-365.
30. Arnqvist, G. and Danielsson, I. 1999. Copulatory behavior, genital morphology and male fertilization success in water striders. Evolution 53, 147-156.
29. Watson, P. J., Arnqvist, G. and Stallman, R. R. 1998. Sexual conflict and the energetic costs of mating and mate choice in water striders. The American Naturalist 151, 46-58.
28. Arnqvist, G. 1998. Comparative evidence for the evolution of genitalia by sexual selection. Nature 393, 784-786.
27. Arnqvist, G. and Thornhill, R. 1998. Evolution of animal genitalia: patterns of phenotypic and genotypic variation and condition dependence of genital and non-genital morphology in a water strider. Genetical Research 71, 193-212.
26. Arnqvist, G. and Johansson, F. 1998. Ontogenetic reaction norms of predator induced defensive morphology in dragonfly larvae. Ecology 79, 1847-1858.
25. Arnqvist, G. and Mårtensson, T. 1998. Measurement error in geometric morphometrics: empirical strategies to assess and reduce its impact on measures of shape. Acta Zoologica 44, 73-96.
24. Arnqvist, G. 1998. MetaWin: statistical software for meta-analysis with resampling tests. The Quarterly Review of Biology 73, 126.
23. Arnqvist, G., Thornhill, R. and Rowe, L. 1997. Evolution of animal genitalia: morphological correlates of fitness components in a water strider. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 10, 613-640.
22. Arnqvist, G. and Henriksson, S. 1997. Sexual cannibalism in the fishing spider and a model for the evolution of sexual cannibalism based on genetic constraints. Evolutionary Ecology 11, 255-273.
21. Arnqvist, G. 1997. The evolution of animal genitalia: distinguishing between hypotheses by single species studies. Biological Journal of the Linnean Socitey 60, 365-379.
20. Rowe, L. and Arnqvist, G. 1996. Analysis of the causal components of assortative mating in water striders. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 38, 279-286.
19. Arnqvist, G., Rowe, L., Krupa, J. and Sih, A. 1996. Assortative mating by size: a meta-analysis of mating patterns in water striders. Evolutionary Ecology 10, 265-284.
18. Arnqvist, G. and Wooster, D. 1995. Meta-analysis: synthesizing research findings in ecology and evolution. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 10, 236-240.
17. Arnqvist, G. and Wooster, D. 1995. Statistical power of methods of meta-analysis. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 10, 460-461.
16. Arnqvist, G., and Rowe, L. 1995. Sexual conflict and arms races between the sexes: a morphological adaptation for control of mating in a female insect. Proceedings of the Royal Society series B 261, 123-127.
15. Rowe, L., Arnqvist, G., Sih, A., and Krupa, J. J. 1994. Sexual conflict and the evolutionary ecology of mating patterns: water striders as a model system. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 9, 289-293.
14. Arnqvist, G. 1994. The cost of male secondary sexual traits: developmental constraints during ontogeny in a sexually dimorphic water strider. The American Naturalist 144, 119-132.
13. Arnqvist, G. 1992. Courtship behavior and sexual cannibalism in the semi-aquatic fishing spider, Dolomedes fimbriatus (Clerck)(Araneae: Pisauridae). Journal of Arachnology 20, 222-226.
12. Arnqvist, G. 1992. Precopulatory fighting in a water strider: intersexual conflict or mate assessment? Animal Behaviour 43, 559-567.
11. Arnqvist, G. 1992. The effects of operational sex ratio on the relative mating success of extreme male phenotypes in the water strider Gerris odontogaster (Zett.)(Heteroptera: Gerridae). Animal Behaviour 43, 681-683.
10. Arnqvist, G. 1992. Spatial variation in selective regimes: sexual selection in the water strider, Gerris odontogaster. Evolution 46, 914-929.
9. Arnqvist, G. 1992. Brown pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis) foraging success related to age and height of dive. The Condor 94, 521-522.
8. Arnqvist, G. and Byström, P. 1991. Disruptive selection on prey group size: a case for parasitoids? The American Naturalist 137, 268-273.
7. Arnqvist, G. and Mäki, M. 1990. Infection rates and pathogenicity of trypanosomatid gut parasites in the water strider Gerris odontogaster (Zett.)(Heteroptera: Gerridae). Oecologia 84, 194-198.
6. Arnqvist, G. 1990. Heritability estimates of morphological traits in Gerris odontogaster (Zett.)(Heteroptera; Gerridae). Hereditas 112, 89-91.
5. Arnqvist, G. 1989. Sexual selection in water strider: The function, nature of selection and heritability of a male grasping apparatus. Oikos 56, 344-350.
4. Arnqvist, G. 1989. On multiple mating and female fitness - comments on the paper by Loman et al. (1988-06-01). Oikos 54, 248-250.
3. Arnqvist, G. 1989. Multiple mating in a water strider: mutual benefits or intersexual conflict? Animal Behaviour 38, 749-756.
2. Arnqvist, G. 1989. Faunistic notes on some aquatic and semiaquatic Heteroptera from northern Sweden. Notulae Entomologicae 69, 151-152.
1. Arnqvist, G. 1988. Mate guarding and sperm displacement in the water strider Gerris lateralis Schumm. (Heteroptera: Gerridae). Freshwater Biology 19, 269-274.
Böcker och artiklar i böcker/Books and articles in books
2. Arnqvist, G. and Rowe, L. 2005. Sexual Conflict. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ.
1. Arnqvist G. 1997. The evolution of water strider mating systems: causes and consequences of sexual conflicts. In: J. C. Choe and B. J. Crespi (eds): The Evolution of Mating Systems in Insects and Arachnids. Pages 146-163. Cambridge University Press.