Publications by: Ben L. Phillips

Also publishes as (Benjamin Phillips, Benjamin L. Phillips, Ben Phillips, B.L. Phillips)

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Scott, Mitchell L., Llewelyn, John, Higgie, Megan, Hoskin, Conrad J., Pike, Kyana, and Phillips, Ben L. (2015) Chemoreception and mating behaviour of a tropical Australian skink. Acta Ethologica, 18 (3). pp. 283-293.

Phillips, Ben L. (2015) Evolutionary processes make invasion speed difficult to predict. Biological Invasions, 17 (7). pp. 1949-1960.

Keppel, Gunnar, Mokany, Karel, Wardell-Johnson, Grant W., Phillips, Ben L., Welbergen, Justin A., and Reside, April E. (2015) The capacity of refugia for conservation planning under climate change. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 13 (2). pp. 106-112.

Reside, April E., Welbergen, Justin A., Phillips, Ben L., Wardell-Johnson, Grant W., Keppel, Gunnar, Ferrier, Simon, Williams, Stephen E., and Vanderwal, Jeremy (2014) Characteristics of climate change refugia for Australian biodiversity. Austral Ecology, 39 (8). pp. 887-897.

Llewelyn, John, Schwarzkopf, Lin, Phillips, Benjamin L., and Shine, Richard (2014) After the crash: how do predators adjust following the invasion of a novel toxic prey type? Austral Ecology, 39 (2). pp. 190-197.

Scheffers, Brett R., Phillips, Ben L., and Shoo, Luke P. (2014) Asplenium bird's nest ferns in rainforest canopies are climate-contingent refuges for frogs. Global Ecology and Conservation, 2. pp. 37-46.

Pearson, David J., Webb, Jonathan K., Greenlees, Matthew J., Phillips, Benjamin L., Bedford, Gavin S., Brown, Gregory P., Thomas, Jai, and Shine, Richard (2014) Behavioural responses of reptile predators to invasive cane toads in tropical Australia. Austral Ecology, 39 (4). pp. 448-454.

Phillips, B.L., Llewelyn, J., Hatcher, A., Macdonald, S., and Moritz, C. (2014) Do evolutionary constraints on thermal performance manifest at different organizational scales? Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 27 (12). pp. 2687-2694.

Storlie, Collin, Merino-Viteri, Andres, Phillips, Ben, VanDerWal, Jeremy, Welbergen, Justin, and Williams, Stephen (2014) Stepping inside the niche: microclimate data are critical for accurate assessment of species' vulnerability to climate change. Biology Letters, 10 (9). pp. 1-4.

Scheffers, B.R., Phillips, Ben L., Laurance, William F., Sodhi, Navjot S., Diesmos, Arvin, and Williams, Stephen E. (2013) Increasing arboreality with altitude: a novel biogeographic dimension. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences, 280 (1770). pp. 1-10.

Storlie, C.J., Phillips, B.L., VanDerWal, J.J., and Williams, S.E. (2013) Improved spatial estimates of climate predict patchier species distributions. Diversity and Distributions, 19 (9). pp. 1106-1113.

Lindström, Tom, Brown, Gregory P., Sisson, Scott A., Phillips, Benjamin L., and Shine, Richard (2013) Rapid shifts in dispersal behavior on an expanding range edge. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 110 (33). pp. 13452-13456.

Perkins, T. Alex, Phillips, Benjamin L., Baskett, Marissa L., and Hastings, Alan (2013) Evolution of dispersal and life history interact to drive accelerating spread of an invasive species. Ecology Letters, 16 (8). pp. 1079-1087.

Brown, Gregory P., Greenlees, Matthew J., Phillips, Benjamin L., and Shine, Richard (2013) Road transect surveys do not reveal any consistent effects of a toxic invasive species on tropical reptiles. Biological Invasions, 15 (5). pp. 1005-1015.

Reside, April E., VanDerWal, Jeremy, Phillips, Ben L., Shoo, Luke P., Rosauer, Dan F., Anderson, Barbara, Welbergen, Justin A., Moritz, Craig, Ferrier, Simon, Harwood, Thomas D., Williams, Kristen J., Mackey, Brendan, Hugh, Sonia, and Williams, Stephen E. (2013) Climate Change Refugia for Terrestrial Biodiversity: defining areas that promote species persistence and ecosystem resilience in the face of global climate change. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia.

Phillips, Ben L., and Puschendorf, Robert (2013) Do pathogens become more virulent as they spread? Evidence from the amphibian declines in Central America. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences, 280 (1766). pp. 1-8.

Tingley, Reid, Phillips, Benjamin L., Letnic, Mike, Brown, Gregory P., Shine, Richard, and Baird, Stuart J.E. (2013) Identifying optimal barriers to halt the invasion of cane toads Rhinella marina in arid Australia. Journal of Applied Ecology, 50 (1). pp. 129-137.

McKay, J. Lindley, and Phillips, Benjamin L. (2012) Climatic determinants of the reproductive timing in the Asian house gecko, Hemidactylus frenatus Duméril and Bibron (Gekkonidae). Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, 60 (2). pp. 583-588.

Kennedy, Malcolm, Phillips, Ben L., Legge, Sarah, Murphy, Stephen A., and Faulkner, Richard A. (2012) Do dingoes suppress the activity of feral cats in northern Australia? Austral Ecology, 37 (1). pp. 134-139.

Tracey, Christopher R., Christian, Keith A., Baldwin, John, and Phillips, Ben L. (2012) Cane toads lack physiological enhancements for dispersal at the invasive front in Northern Australia. Biology Open, 1. pp. 37-42.

Phillips, Ben L. (2012) Range shift promotes the formation of stable range edges. Journal of Biogeography, 39 (1). pp. 153-161.

Armstrong, Graeme, and Phillips, Ben (2012) Fire history from life-history: determining the fire regime that a plant community is adapted using life-histories. PLoS ONE, 7 (2). pp. 1-8.

Llewellyn, David, Thompson, Michael B., Brown, Gregory P., Phillips, Benjamin L., and Shine, Richard (2012) Reduced investment in immune function in invasion-front populations of the cane toad (Rhinella marina) in Australia. Biological Invasions, 14 (5). pp. 999-1008.

Bartoń, K.A., Hovestadt, T., Phillips, B.L., and Travis, J.M.J. (2012) Risky movement increases the rate of range expansion. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences, 279 (1731). pp. 1194-1202.

Phillips, Benjamin, Puschendorf, Robert, Vanderwal, Jeremy, and Alford, Ross (2012) There is no evidence for a temporal link between pathogen arrival and frog extinctions in North-Eastern Australia. PLoS ONE, 7 (12). pp. 1-7.

Phillips, Ben L., and Suarez, Andrew V. (2012) The role of behavioural variation in the invasion of new areas. In: Candolin, Ulrika, and Wong, Bob B.M., (eds.) Behavioural Responses to a Changing World: Mechanisms and consequences. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK, pp. 190-200.

Shine, Richard, Brown, Gregory P., and Phillips, Benjamin L. (2011) Reply to Lee: Spatial sorting, assortative mating, and natural selection. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 108 (31). E348-E348.

Shine, Richard, Brown, Gregory P., and Phillips, Benjamin L. (2011) An evolutionary process that assembles phenotypes through space rather than through time. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 108 (14). pp. 5708-5711.

Tingley, Reid, Phillips, Benjamin L., and Shine, Richard (2011) Establishment success of introduced amphibians increases in the presence of congeneric species. American Naturalist, 177 (3). pp. 382-388.

Brown, Gregory P., Phillips, Benjamin L., and Shine, Richard (2011) The ecological impact of invasive cane toads on tropical snakes: field data do not support laboratory-based predictions. Ecology, 92 (2). pp. 422-431.

Llewelyn, John, Phillips, Ben L., Brown, Greg P., Schwarzkopf, Lin, Alford, Ross A., and Shine, Richard (2011) Adaptation or preadaptation: why are keelback snakes (Tropidonophis mairii) less vulnerable to invasive cane toads (Bufo marinus) than are other Australian snakes? Evolutionary Ecology, 25 (1). pp. 13-24.

Phillips, B.L., Brown, G.P., and Shine, R. (2010) Evolutionarily accelerated invasions: the rate of dispersal evolves upwards during the range advance of cane toads. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 23 (12). pp. 2595-2601.

Llewelyn, John, Phillips, Benjamin L., Alford, Ross A., Schwarzkopf, Lin, and Shine, Richard (2010) Locomotor performance in an invasive species: cane toads from the invasion front have greater endurance, but not speed, compared to conspecifics from a long-colonised area. Oecologia, 162 (2). pp. 343-348.

Moritz, C., Hoskin, C.J., MacKenzie, J.B., Phillips, B.L., Tonione, M., Silva, N., VanDerWal, Jeremy, Williams, S.E., and Graham, C.H. (2009) Identification and dynamics of a cryptic suture zone in tropical rainforest. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences, 276 (1660). pp. 1235-1244.

Alford, Ross A., Brown, Gregory P., Schwarzkopf, Lin, Phillips, Benjamin L., and Shine, Richard (2009) Comparisons through time and space suggest rapid evolution of dispersal behaviour in an invasive species. Wildlife Research, 36 (1). pp. 23-28.

Urban, Mark C., Phillips, Ben L., Skelly, David K., and Shine, Richard (2008) A toad more traveled: the heterogeneous invasion dynamics of cane toads in Australia. American Naturalist, 171 (3). E134-E148.

Alford, Ross A., Schwarzkopf, Lin, Brown, Greg, Phillips, Ben, and Shine, Richard (2006) Characteristics of Bufo marinus in old and recently established populations. In: Proceedings of the Invasive Animals CRC/CSIRO/Qld NRM&W Cane Toad Workshop, pp. 42-46. From: Invasive Animals CRC/CSIRO/Qld NRM&W Cane Toad Workshop, 5-6 June 2006, Brisbane, QLD, Australia.

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