Publications by: Alexandra S. Grutter

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Sikkel, P.C., Richardson, M.A., Sun, D., Narvaez, P., Feeney, W.E., and Grutter, A.S. (2019) Changes in abundance of fish-parasitic gnathiid isopods associated with warm-water bleaching events on the northern Great Barrier Reef. Coral Reefs, 38 (4). pp. 721-730.

Wismer, Sharon, Pinto, Ana I., Triki, Zegni, Grutter, Alexandra S., Roche, Dominique G., and Bshary, Redouan (2019) Cue-based decision rules of cleaner fish in a biological market task. Animal Behaviour, 158. pp. 249-260.

Duong, B., Blomberg, S.P., Cribb, T.H., Cowman, P.F., Kuris, A.M., McCormick, M.I., Warner, R.R., Sun, D., and Grutter, A.S. (2019) Parasites of coral reef fish larvae: its role in the pelagic larval stage. Coral Reefs, 38 (2). pp. 199-214.

Hutson, Kate, Cable, Joanne, Grutter, Alexandra S., Paziewska-Harris, Anna, and Barber, Iain (2018) Aquatic parasite cultures and their applications. Trends in Parasitology, 34 (12). pp. 1082-1096.

Vaughan, David B., Grutter, Alexandra S., and Hutson, Kate S. (2018) Cleaner shrimp are a sustainable option to treat parasitic disease in farmed fish. Scientific Reports, 8. 13959. pp. 1-10.

Vaughan, David B., Grutter, Alexandra S., Ferguson, Hugh W., Jones, Rhondda, and Hutson, Kate S. (2018) Cleaner shrimp are true cleaners of injured fish. Marine Biology, 165. 118.

Vaughan, David B., Grutter, Alexandra S., and Hutson, Kate S. (2018) Cleaner shrimp remove parasite eggs on fish cages. Aquaculture Environment Interactions, 10. pp. 429-436.

Grutter, A.S., Blomberg, S.P., Fargher, B., Kuris, A.M., McCormick, M.I., and Warner, R.R. (2017) Size-related mortality due to gnathiid isopod micropredation correlates with settlement size in coral reef fishes. Coral Reefs, 36 (2). pp. 549-559.

Luiz, Osmar J., Madin, Elizabeth M.P., Madin, Joshua S., Baird, Andrew H., and Grutter, Alexandra S. (2016) A tropical cleaner wrasse finds new clients at the frontier. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 14 (2). pp. 110-111.

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