TIMEMA WALKING-STICKS (STICK INSECTS)
PICTORIAL GUIDE TO SPECIES
Note, proper species identification requires verification of the male and female genitalias.
Sandoval, C. P. and Crespi, B. Adaptive evolution of cryptic coloration: the shape of host plants and dorsal stripes in Timema walking-sticks. (accepted in Biological Journal of the Linnean Soc.).
Nosil, P, Crespi, B.J., Sandoval, C.P., and Kirkpatrick, M. 2006. Migration and the genetic covariance between host preference and performance. American Naturalist 167:E66-E78.
Nosil, P, Sandoval, C.P. and Crespi, B. 2006. The evolution of host preference in allopatric vs. parapatric populations of Timema cristinae. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 19:929-942.
Lafferty, K. D., Goodman, D. and Sandoval, C.P. 2006. Restoration of breeding by snowy plovers following protection from disturbance. Biodiversity and Conservation 15:2217-2230.
Nosil, P, Crespi, B., and Sandoval, CP (2003) Reproductive isolation driven by the combined effects of ecological adaptation and reinforcement. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences 270 (1527):1911-1918
Nosil, P, Crespi, B., and Sandoval, C. 2002. Host-plant adaptation drives the parallel evolution of reproductive isolation. Nature:417:440-443.
Crespi, B and Sandoval, C. 2000. Phylogenetic evidence for the evolution of specialization in Timema walking-sticks. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 13:249-262
Sandoval, C.P. 2000. Resistance to wildfire during diapause in a walking-stick (phasmatodea, timemidae). The Southwestern Naturalist 45:123-127.
Etsuko, Y. and Sandoval, C. P. 2000. Effects of mulch, water, and weeding on restoration of coastal dune plants. Restoration and Management Notes 18(1).
Sandoval, C. P., Carmean D. A. and Crespi, B. J. 1998. Molecular phylogenetics of sexual and parthenogenetic Timema walking-sticks. Proceedings of the Royal Society. London B 265:589-595.
Sandoval, C. P. and K. D. Lafferty 1995. Invertebrate communities. pp. 39-45 In R. F. Ambrose, editor, Coastal Wetland Resources: Santa Barbara County Mainland. Final Report to the County of Santa Barbara.
Sandoval. C.P. 1994. The effects of the relative scales of gene flow and selection on morph frequencies in the walking-stick Timema cristinae. Evolution 48:1866-1879.
Sandoval, C.P. 1994. Plasticity in web design in the spider Parawixia bistriata : a response to temporal variation in prey type. Functional Ecology 8:701-707.
Sandoval, C.P. 1994. Differential visual predation on morphs of Timema cristinae (Phasmatodea, Timemidae) and its consequences for host range. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 52 :341-356.
Vickery, V.R. and Sandoval, C. P. Description of three new species of Timema (Phasmatoptera:Timematodea:Timematidae). Journal of Orthoptera Research. in review.
Vickery, V.R. and Sandoval, C. P. Additional notes, a change in synonymy and description of two new species of Timema Scudder (Phasmatoptera: Timematodea; Timematidae) from California. The Canadian Entomologist in press.
Vickery, V.R. and Sandoval, C. P. Two new species of Timema (Phasmatoptera: Timematodea; Timematidae), one parthenogenetic, in California. The Canadian Entomologist in press.
Sandoval, C. P. and V. Vickery. Timema coffmani (Phasmatoptera; Timematodea) a new species from Arizona. The Canadian Entomologist in press
Vickery, V. R. and Sandoval, C. P. 1998. Timema monikensis, Species Nov. (Phasmatoptera: Timemmatidea: Timematidae), a new parthenogenetic species in California. Lyman Entomological Museum and Research Laboratory, Note Number 22.
Vickery, V. R. and Sandoval, C. P. 1997Timema bartmani (Phasmatoptera: Timematodea: Timematidae), a new species from southern California. The Canadian Entomologist 129:933-936
Sandoval, C.P. and Vickery, V.R. 1996. Timema douglasi (Phasmatoptera:Timematodea), a new parthenogenetic species from southwestern Oregon and northern California, with notes on other species. The Canadian Entomologist 128:79-84.