Publications by: John Llewelyn

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Llewelyn, John, Choyce, Neil C., Phillips, Benjamin L., Webb, Jonathan K., Pearson, David J., Schwarzkopf, Lin, and Shine, Richard (2018) Behavioural responses of an Australian colubrid snake (Dendrelaphis punctulatus) to a novel toxic prey item (the Cane Toad Rhinella marina). Biological Invasions, 20 (9). pp. 2507-2516.

Macdonald, Stewart L., Llewelyn, John, and Phillips, Ben L. (2018) Using connectivity to identify climatic drivers of local adaptation. Ecology Letters, 21. pp. 207-216.

Macdonald, Stewart L., Llewelyn, John, Moritz, Craig, and Phillips, Ben L. (2017) Peripheral isolates as sources of adaptive diversity under climate change. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 5.

Llewelyn, John, Macdonald, Stewart, Hatcher, Amberlee, Moritz, Craig, and Phillips, Ben L. (2017) Thermoregulatory behaviour explains countergradient variation in the upper thermal limit of a rainforest skink. Oikos, 126 (5). pp. 748-757.

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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