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Pillay, Neville, and Rymer, Tasmin L. (2012) Behavioural divergence, interfertility and speciation: a review. Behavioural Processes, 91 (3). pp. 223-235.

Rymer, Tasmin L., and Pillay, Neville (2012) The development of exploratory behaviour in the African striped mouse Rhabdomys reflects a gene x environment compromise. Behavior Genetics, 42 (5). pp. 845-856.

Mackay, Megan, Rymer, Tasmin L., and Pillay, Neville (2014) Separation at weaning from the family is stressful for naturally group-living, but not solitary-living, male African striped mice Rhabdomys. Stress, 17 (3). pp. 266-274.

Rymer, Tasmin L., Thomson, Robert L., and Whiting, Martin J. (2014) At home with the birds: Kalahari tree skinks associate with sociable weaver nests despite African pygmy falcon presence. Austral Ecology, 39 (7). pp. 839-847.

Freilich, Mara A., and Connolly, Sean R. (2015) Phylogenetic community structure when competition and environmental filtering determine abundances. Global Ecology and Biogeography , 24 (12). pp. 1390-1400.

Wolstenholme, Jackie, Nozawa, Yoko, Byrne, Maria, and Burke, William (2018) Timing of mass spawning in corals: potential influence of the coincidence of lunar factors and associated changes in atmospheric pressure from northern and southern hemisphere case studies. Invertebrate Reproduction and Development, 62 (2). pp. 98-108.

Alvarez-Romero, Jorge C., Mills, Morena, Adams, Vanessa M., Gurney, Georgina G., Pressey, Robert L., Weeks, Rebecca, Ban, Natalie C., Cheok, Jessica, Davis, Tammy E., Day, Jon C., Hamel, Melanie A., Leslie, Heather M., Magris, Rafael A., and Storlie, Collin J. (2018) Research advances and gaps in marine planning: towards a global database in systematic conservation planning. Biological Conservation, 227. pp. 369-382.

Warren, R., Price, J., Graham, E., Forstenhaeusler, N., and VanDerWal, J. (2018) The projected effect on insects, vertebrates, and plants of limiting global warming to 1.5°C rather than 2°C. Science, 360 (6390). pp. 791-795.

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