Publications by: John Llewelyn

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Phillips, Ben L., Muñoz, Martha M., Hatcher, Amberlee, Macdonald, Stewart L., Llewelyn, John, Lucy, Vanessa, and Moritz, Craig (2016) Heat hardening in a tropical lizard: geographic variation explained by the predictability and variance in environmental temperatures. Functional Ecology, 30 (7). pp. 1161-1168.

Llewelyn, John, Macdonald, Stewart L., Hatcher, Amberlee, Moritz, Craig, and Phillips, Ben L. (2016) Intraspecific variation in climate-relevant traits in a tropical rainforest lizard. Diversity and Distributions, 22 (10). pp. 1000-1012.

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.

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.

Reside, April E., Ceccarelli, Daniela M., Isaac, Joanne L., Hilbert, David W., Moran, Cath, Llewelyn, John, Macdonald, Stewart, Hoskin, Conrad J., Pert, Petina, and Parsons, Jennifer (2014) Biodiversity: adaptation pathways and opportunities. In: Moran, Catherine, Turton, Stephen M., and Hill, Rosemary, (eds.) Adaptation Pathways and Opportunities for the Wet Tropics NRM Cluster Region: volume 1: introduction, biodiversity and ecosystem services. James Cook University, Cairns, QLD, Australia, pp. 11-74.

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.

Llewelyn, John, Bell, Kris, Schwarzkopf, Lin, Alford, Ross A., and Shine, Richard (2012) Ontogenetic shifts in a prey's chemical defences influence feeding responses of a snake predator. Oecologia, 169 (4). pp. 965-973.

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.

Llewelyn, John, Schwarzkopf, Lin, Alford, Ross , and Shine, Richard (2010) Something different for dinner? Responses of a native Australian predator (the keelback snake) to an invasive prey species (the cane toad). Biological Invasions, 12 (5). pp. 1045-1051.

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.

Llewelyn, John, Webb, Jonathan K., Schwarzkopf, Lin, Alford, Ross, and Shine, Richard (2009) Behavioural responses of carnivorous marsupials (Planigale maculata) to toxic invasive cane toads (Bufo marinus). Austral Ecology, 35 (5). pp. 560-567.

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