Publications by: Maud C.O. Ferrari

Also publishes as (M.C.O. Ferrari, Maud Ferrari)

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Bairos-Novak, Kevin R., Crane, Adam L., Chivers, Douglas P., and Ferrari, Maud C.O. (2019) Better the devil you know? How familiarity and kinship affect prey responses to disturbance cues. Behavioral Ecology, 30 (2). pp. 446-454.

Brooker, Rohan M., Feeney, William E., Sih, Tiffany L., Ferrari, Maud C.O., and Chivers, Douglas P. (2019) Comparative diversity of anemone-associated fishes and decapod crustaceans in a Belizean coral reef and seagrass system. Marine Biodiversity, 49 (6). pp. 2609-2620.

Chivers, D.P., McCormick, M.I., Fakan, E.P., Barry, R.P., Edmiston, J.W., and Ferrari, M.C.O. (2019) Coral degradation alters predator odour signatures and influences prey learning and survival. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences, 286 (1903). 20190562.

McCormick, Mark I., Ferrari, Maud C.O., Fakan, Eric P., Barry, Randall P., and Chivers, Douglas P. (2019) Diet cues and their utility for risk assessment in degraded habitats. Animal Behaviour, 152. pp. 19-28.

Ferrari, Maud, Warren, Donald T., McCormick, Mark I., and Chivers, Douglas P. (2019) The cost of carryover effects in a changing environment: context-dependent benefits of a behavioural phenotype in a coral reef fish. Animal Behaviour, 149. pp. 1-5.

Bairos-Novak, Kevin R., Ferrari, Maud C.O., and Chivers, Douglas P. (2019) A novel alarm signal in aquatic prey: familiar minnows coordinate group defences against predators through chemical disturbance cues. Journal of Animal Ecology, 88 (9). pp. 1281-1290.

Meekan, Mark G., McCormick, Mark I., Simpson, Stephen D., Chivers, Douglas P., and Ferrari, Maud C.O. (2018) Never off the hook: how fishing subverts predator-prey relationships in marine teleosts. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 6. 157. pp. 1-10.

Ferrari, Maud C.O., McCormick, Mark I., Meekan, Mark G., Simpson, Stephen D., Nedelec, Sophie L., and Chivers, Douglas P. (2018) School is out on noisy reefs: the effect of boat noise on predator learning and survival of juvenile coral reef fishes. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences, 285 (1871). 20180033.

Chivers, Douglas P., McCormick, Mark I., Warren, Donald T., Allan, Bridie J. M., Ramasamy, Ryan A., Arvizu, Brittany K., Glue, Matthew, and Ferrari, Maud C.O. (2017) Competitive superiority versus predation savvy: the two sides of behavioural lateralization. Animal Behaviour, 130. pp. 9-15.

Ferrari, Maud C.O., McCormick, Mark I., Mitchell, Matthew D., Allan, Bridie J.M., Gonçalves, Emanuel J., and Chivers, Douglas P. (2017) Daily variation in behavioural lateralization is linked to predation stress in a coral reef fish. Animal Behaviour, 133. pp. 189-193.

Ramasamy, Ryan A., Allan, Bridie J.M., McCormick, Mark I., Chivers, Douglas P., Mitchell, Matthew D., and Ferrari, Maud C.O. (2017) Juvenile coral reef fish alter escape responses when exposed to changes in background and acute risk levels. Animal Behaviour, 134. pp. 15-22.

Holmes, Lucy J., McWilliam, Jamie, Ferrari, Maud C.O., and McCormick, Mark I. (2017) Juvenile damselfish are affected but desensitize to small motor boat noise. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 494. pp. 63-68.

Ferrari, Maud C.O., McCormick, Mark I., Allan, Bridie J.M., and Chivers, Douglas P. (2017) Not equal in the face of habitat change: closely related fishes differ in their ability to use predation-related information in degraded coral. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences, 284 (1852). 20162758.

Ferrari, Maud C.O., McCormick, Mark I., Watson, Sue-Ann, Meekan, Mark G., Munday, Philip L., and Chivers, Douglas P. (2017) Predation in high CO2 waters: prey fish from high-risk environments are less susceptible to ocean acidification. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 57 (1). pp. 55-62.

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