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2011Adaptation or preadaptation: why are keelback snakes (Tropidonophis mairii) less vulnerable to invasive cane toads (Bufo marinus) than are other Australian snakes?Brown, Gregory; Llewelyn, John; Phillips, Benjamin; Shine, Richard (Rick); Alford, Ross; Schwarzkopf, L; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesAdaptation or preadaptation: why are keelback snakes (Tropidonophis mairii) less vulnerable to invasive cane toads (Bufo marinus) than are other Australian snakes?, Evolutionary Ecology, vol.25, 1, 2011,pp 13-24
2014After the crash: how do predators adjust following the invasion of a novel toxic prey type?Llewelyn, John; Shine, Richard (Rick); Phillips, Benjamin; Schwarzkopf, L; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesAfter the crash: how do predators adjust following the invasion of a novel toxic prey type?, Austral Ecology, vol.39, 2, 2014,pp 190-197
2010Behavioural responses of carnivorous marsupials (Planigale maculata) to toxic invasive cane toads (Bufo marinus)Llewelyn, John; Shine, Richard (Rick); Webb, Jonathan; Alford, Ross A.; Schwarzkopf, L; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesBehavioural responses of carnivorous marsupials (Planigale maculata) to toxic invasive cane toads (Bufo marinus), Austral Ecology: a journal of ecology in the Southern Hemisphere, vol.35, 5,pp 560-567
2009Comparisons through time and space suggest rapid evolution of dispersal behaviour in an invasive speciesBrown, Gregory; Phillips, Benjamin; Shine, Richard (Rick); Alford, Ross A.; Schwarzkopf, L; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesComparisons through time and space suggest rapid evolution of dispersal behaviour in an invasive species, Wildlife Research, vol.36,(1),2009,pp 23-28
2009Evaluation of offspring size-number invariants in 12 species of lizard.Langkilde, Tracy; Radder, Rajkumar; Shine, Richard (Rick); Warner, Daniel; Bull, C.M.; Doughty, P.; Goodman, B.A.; Olsson, Mats; Rohr, D.H.; Schwarzkopf, L; Uller, Tobias; Wapstra, Erik; While, Geoffrey M.; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesEvaluation of offspring size-number invariants in 12 species of lizard., Journal of Evolutionary Biology, vol.22, 1, 2009,pp 143-151
2005The function of tail displays in male rainbow skinks (Carlia jarnoldae)Langkilde, Tracy; Alford, Ross A.; Schwarzkopf, L; Biological SciencesThe function of tail displays in male rainbow skinks (Carlia jarnoldae), Journal of Herpetology, vol.39,(2),2005,pp 325-328
2005Giant snakes in tropical forests: a field study of the Australian scrub python, Morelia kinghorniShine, Richard; Fearn, S; Schwarzkopf, L; Biological SciencesGiant snakes in tropical forests: a field study of the Australian scrub python, Morelia kinghorni, Wildlife Research, vol.32,(2),2005,pp 193-201
2017New weapons in the toad toolkit: A review of methods to control and mitigate the biodiversity impacts of invasive cane toads (rhinella marina)Brown, Gregory; Greenlees, Matthew; Shine, Richard (Rick); Ward-Fear, Georgia; Capon, R; Clulow, S; Phillips, Benjamin L; Schwarzkopf, L; Sheppard, Andy; Strive, Tanja; Tingley, Reid; Tizard, Mark; Webb, Jonathan; School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES)New weapons in the toad toolkit: A review of methods to control and mitigate the biodiversity impacts of invasive cane toads (rhinella marina), The Quarterly Review of Biology, vol.92, 2, 2017,pp 123-149
2009Something different for dinner? Responses of a native Australian predator (the keelback snake) to an invasive prey species (the cane toad)Llewelyn, John; Shine, Richard (Rick); Alford, Ross A.; Schwarzkopf, L; Biological Sciences; Biological SciencesSomething different for dinner? Responses of a native Australian predator (the keelback snake) to an invasive prey species (the cane toad), Biological invasions, vol.12,(5),2009,pp 1045-1051