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Van Dyke, James U., Thompson, Michael B., Burridge, Christopher P., Castelli, Meghan A., Clulow, Simon, Dissanayake, Duminda S.B., Dong, Caroline M., Doody, J. Sean, Edwards, Danielle L., Ezaz, Tariq, Friesen, Christopher R., Gardner, Michael G., Georges, Arthur, Higgie, Megan, Hill, Peta L., Holleley, Clare E., Hoops, Daniel, Hoskin, Conrad J., Merry, Deirdre L., Riley, Julia L., Wapstra, Erik, While, Geoffrey M., Whiteley, Sarah L., Whiting, Martin., Zozaya, Stephen M., and Whittington, Camilla (2021) Australian lizards are outstanding models for reproductive biology research. Australian Journal of Zoology, 68 (4). pp. 168-199.

Hewitt, Daniel E., Taylor, Matthew D., Raoult, Vincent, Smith, Timothy M., and Gaston, Troy (2021) Diet-tissue discrimination and turnover of δ 13 C and δ 15 N in muscle tissue of a penaeid prawn. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 35 (19). e9167.

Llewelyn, Victoria K., Berger, Lee, and Glass, Beverley D. (2020) Can models of percutaneous absorption based on in vitro data in frogs predict in vivo absorption? PLoS ONE, 15 (7). e0235737.

Bairos-Novak, Kevin R., Crane, Adam L., Achtymichuk, Gabrielle H., Hsin, Jonathan, Rivera-Hernandez, Ita A. E., Simko, Olena M., Wrynn, Theresa E., Chivers, Douglas P., and Ferrari, Maud C. O. (2020) Forget the audience: tadpoles release similar disturbance cues regardless of kinship or familiarity. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 74. 147.

Nielsen, J.J.V., Kenkel, C.D., Bourne, D.G., Despringhere, L., Mocellin, V.J.L., and Bay, L.K. (2020) Physiological effects of heat and cold exposure in the common reef coral Acropora millepora. Coral Reefs, 39 (2). pp. 259-269.

Gainsford, Ashton, Jones, Geoffrey P., Hobbs, Jean-Paul A., Heindler, Franz Maximilian, and van Herwerden, Lynne (2020) Species integrity, introgression, and genetic variation across a coral reef fish hybrid zone. Ecology and Evolution, 10 (21). pp. 11998-12014.

Hernández Duran, Linda, Rymer, Tasmin Lee, and Wilson, David Thomas (2020) Variation in venom composition in the Australian funnel-web spiders Hadronyche valida. Toxicon: X, 8. 100063.

Cocciardi, Jennifer M., Hoskin, Conrad J., Morris, Wayne, Warburton, Russell, Edwards, Lexie, and Higgie, Megan (2019) Adjustable temperature array for characterizing ecological and evolutionary effects on thermal physiology. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 10 (8). pp. 1339-1346.

Heupel, Michelle R., Kanno, Shiori, Martins, Ana P.B., and Simpfendorfer, Colin A. (2019) Advances in understanding the roles and benefits of nursery areas for elasmobranch populations. Marine and Freshwater Research, 70 (7). pp. 897-907.

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.

Llewelyn, Victoria K., Berger, Lee, and Glass, Beverley D. (2019) Effects of skin region and relative lipophilicity on percutaneous absorption in the toad Rhinella marina. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 38 (2). pp. 361-367.

Martins, Felipe, Kruuk, Loeske, Llewelyn, John, Moritz, Craig, and Phillips, Ben (2019) Heritability of climate-relevant traits in a rainforest skink. Heredity, 122 (1). pp. 41-52.

Campbell, Lachlan, Bower, Deborah S., Clulow, Simon, Stockwell, Michelle, Clulow, John, and Mahony, Michael (2019) Interaction between temperature and sublethal infection with the amphibian chytrid fungus impacts a susceptible frog species. Scientific Reports, 9. 83.

Schunter, Celia, Ravasi, Timothy, Munday, Philip L., and Nilsson, Goran E. (2019) Neural effects of elevated CO2 in fish may be amplified by a vicious cycle. Conservation Physiology, 7 (1).

Llewelyn, Victoria K., Berger, Lee, and Glass, Beverley D. (2019) Permeability of frog skin to chemicals: effect of penetration enhancers. Heliyon, 5 (8). e02127.

Huang, Huiyang, Huang, Chencui, Guo, Limei, Zeng, Chaoshu, and Ye, Haihui (2019) Profiles of calreticulin and Ca2+ concentration under low temperature and salinity stress in the mud crab, Scylla paramamosain. PLoS One, 14 (7). e0220405.

Rose, Emily, Simmonds, Mackenzie, Hayashida-Boyles, Alana L., and Masonjones, Heather D. (2019) Seasonal and spatial variation in the reproductive biology of the dwarf seahorse Hippocampus zosterae. Journal of Fish Biology, 95 (2). pp. 357-366.

Schmidt, Katrin, Richards, Stephen, Pearson, Richard G., Alford, Ross A., and Puschendorf, Robert (2019) Seasonal, annual and decadal change in tadpole populations in tropical Australian streams. Amphibia-Reptilia, 40 (4). pp. 447-459.

Kanno, Shiori, Schlaff, Audrey M., Heupel, Michelle R., and Simpfendorfer, Colin A. (2019) Stationary video monitoring reveals habitat use of stingrays in mangroves. Marine Ecology - Progress Series, 621. pp. 155-168.

Gonzalez-Murcia, Saul, Álvarez-Calderón, Francisco Samuel, Alvarado-Larios, Raquel, Marín-Martínez, Cindy Marlene, and Angulo, Arturo (2019) The ichthyology collection at the Natural History Museum of El Salvador (MUHNES): species checklist and new country records. Zootaxa, 4559 (2). pp. 281-313.

Bower, Deborah S., Brannelly, Laura A., McDonald, Cait A., Webb, Rebecca J., Greenspan, Sasha E., Vickers, Mathew, Gardner, Michael G., and Greenlees, Matthew J. (2019) A review of the role of parasites in the ecology of reptiles and amphibians. Austral Ecology, 44 (3). pp. 433-448.

Lawrence, Michael J., Jain-Schlaepfer, Sofia, Zolderdo, Aaron J., Algera, Dirk A., Gilmour, Kathleen M., Gallagher, Austin J., and Cooke, Steven J. (2018) Are 3 minutes good enough for obtaining baseline physiological samples from teleost fish? Canadian Journal of Zoology, 96 (7). pp. 774-786.

Krützen, Michael, Beasley, Isabel, Ackermann, Corinne Y., Lieckfeldt, Dietmar, Ludwig, Arne, Ryan, Gerard E., Bejder, Lars, Parra, Guido J., Wolfensberger, Rebekka, and Spencer, Peter B.S. (2018) Demographic collapse and low genetic diversity of the Irrawaddy dolphin population inhabiting the Mekong River. PLoS One, 13 (1). e0189200.

Moir, Melinda L., Renton, Michael, Hoffmann, Benjamin D., Leng, Mei Chen, and Lach, Lori (2018) Development and testing of a standardized method to estimate honeydew production. PLoS ONE, 13 (8). e0201845.

Kearney, Michael R., Munns, Suzanne L., Moore, Danae, Malishev, Matthew, and Bull, C. Michael (2018) Field tests of a general ectotherm niche model show how water can limit lizard activity and distribution. Ecological Monographs, 88 (4). pp. 672-693.

Cooper, Christine E., Withers, Philip C., Munns, Suzanne L., Geiser, Fritz, and Buttemer, William A. (2018) Geographical variation in the standard physiology of brushtail possums (Trichosurus): implications for conservation translocations. Conservation Physiology, 6 (1).

Wildermann, Natalie E., Gredzens, Christian, Avens, Larisa, Barrios-Garrido, Héctor A., Bell, Ian, Blumenthal, Janice, Bolten, Alan B., McNeill, Joanne Braun, Casale, Paolo, Di Domenico, Maikon, Domit, Camila, Epperly, Sheryan P., Godfrey, Matthew H., Godley, Brendan J., González-Carman, Victoria, Hamann, Mark, Hart, Kristen M., Ishihara, Takashi, Mansfield, Kate L., Metz, Tasha L., Miller, Jeffrey D., Pilcher, Nicolas J., Read, Mark A., Sasso, Christopher, Seminoff, Jeffrey A., Seney, Erin E., Williard, Amanda Southwood, Tomás, Jesús, Vélez-Rubio, Gabriela M., Ware, Matthew, Williams, Jessica L., Wyneken, Jeanette, and Fuentes, Mariana M.P.B (2018) Informing research priorities for immature sea turtles through expert elicitation. Endangered Species Research, 37. pp. 55-76.

Baker, Ronald, Bradley, Michael, Freddi, Stefano, Abrantes, Katya, Barnett, Adam, and Sheaves, Marcus (2018) Non-lethal aging of tropical catch-and-release sport fishery species. Fisheries Research, 207. pp. 110-117.

Llewelyn, Victoria K., Berger, Lee, and Glass, Beverley D. (2018) Regional variation in percutaneous absorption in the tree frog Litoria caerulea. Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology, 60. pp. 5-11.

Downie, Adam T., Wallace, Hannah, Taylor, Samantha, and Kieffer, James D. (2018) The impact of acute salinity exposure and temperature on the survival, osmoregulation, and hematology of juvenile shortnose sturgeon (Acipenser brevirostrum). Canadian Journal of Zoology, 96 (8). pp. 913-919.

Bell, Rayna C., Parra, Juan L., Badjedjea, Gabriel, Barej, Michael F., Blackburn, David C., Burger, Marius, Channing, Alan, Dehling, Maximilian, Greenbaum, Eli, Gvoždík, Václav, Kielgast, Jos, Kusamba, Chifundera, Lötters, Stefan, McLaughlin, Patrick J., Nagy, Zoltán T., Rödel, Mark-Oliver, Portik, Daniel M., Stuart, Bryan L., VanDerWal, Jeremy, Zassi-Boulou, Ange Ghislain, and Zamudio, Kelly R. (2017) Idiosyncratic responses to climate-driven forest fragmentation and marine incursions in reed frogs from Central Africa and the Gulf of Guinea Islands. Molecular Ecology, 26 (19). pp. 5223-5244.

Allen-Ankins, Slade, and Stoffels, Rick J. (2017) Contrasting fundamental and realized niches: two fishes with similar thermal performance curves occupy different thermal habitats. Freshwater science, 36 (3). pp. 635-652.

Clark, Timothy D., Messmer, Vanessa, Tobin, Andrew J., Hoey, Andrew S., and Pratchett, Morgan S. (2017) Rising temperatures may drive fishing-induced selection of low-performance phenotypes. Scientific Reports, 7. 40571.

Bierwagen, Stacy L., Price, Donald K., Pack, Adam A., and Meyer, Carl G. (2017) Bluespine unicornfish (Naso unicornis) are both natural control agents and mobile vectors for invasive algae in a Hawaiian marine reserve. Marine Biology, 164. 25.

Guez, David, Subias, Lorraine, and Griffin, Andrea S. (2017) Colour and shape preferences of Apis cerana (Java genotype) in Australia. Bulletin of Insectology, 70 (1). pp. 267-272.

Greenspan, Sasha E., Bower, Deborah S., Roznik, Elizabeth A., Pike, David, Marantelli, Gerry, Alford, Ross A., Schwarzkopf, Lin, and Scheffers, Brett R. (2017) Infection increases vulnerability to climate change via effects on host thermal tolerance. Scientific Reports, 7. 9349.

Forzán, M.J., Jones, K.M., Ariel, E., Whittington, R.J., Wood, J., Markham, R.J. Frederick, and Daoust, P-Y. (2017) Pathogenesis of frog virus 3 (Ranavirus, Iridoviridae) infection in wood frogs (Rana sylvatica). Veterinary Pathology, 54 (3). pp. 531-548.

Greenspan, Sasha E., Bower, Deborah S., Webb, Rebecca J., Berger, Lee, Rudd, Donna, Schwarzkopf, Lin, and Alford, Ross A. (2017) White blood cell profiles in amphibians help to explain disease susceptibility following temperature shifts. Developmental and Comparative Immunology, 77. pp. 280-286.

Kamhi, J. Frances, Sandridge-Gresko, Aynsley, Walker, Christina, Robson, Simon K.A., and Traniello, James F.A. (2017) Worker brain development and colony organization in ants: does division of labor influence neuroplasticity? Developmental Neurobiology, 77 (9). pp. 1072-1085.

Pintor, Anna F.V., Schwarzkopf, Lin, and Krockenberger, Andrew K. (2016) Hydroregulation in a tropical dry-skinned ectotherm. Oecologia, 182 (4). pp. 925-931.

Pintor, Anna F.V., Schwarzkopf, Lin, and Krockenberger, Andrew K. (2016) Extensive acclimation in ectotherms conceals interspecific variation in thermal tolerance limits. PLoS ONE, 11 (3). e0150408. pp. 1-15.

Muñoz, Martha M., Langham, Gary M., Brandley, Matthew C., Rosauer, Dan F., Williams, Stephen E., and Moritz, Craig (2016) Basking behavior predicts the evolution of heat tolerance in Australian rainforest lizards. Evolution, 70 (11). pp. 2537-2549.

Trip, Elizabeth D.L., Clements, Kendall D., Raubenheimer, David, and Choat, J. Howard (2016) Temperate marine herbivorous fishes will likely do worse, not better, as waters warm up. Marine Biology, 163. 24. pp. 1-8.

Book Chapter

Munday, Philip L., Rummer, Jodie L., and Baumann, Hannes (2019) Adaptation and evolutionary responses to high CO₂. In: Grosell, Martin, Munday, Philip L., Farrell, Anthony P., and Bauner, Colin J., (eds.) Carbon Dioxide. Fish Physiology, 37 . Academic Press, Cambridge, MA, USA, pp. 369-395.

Munday, Philip L., Jarrold, Michael D., and Nagelkerken, Ivan (2019) Ecological effects of elevated CO₂ on marine and freshwater fishes: from individual to community effects. In: Grosell, Martin, Munday, Philip L., Farrell, Anthony P., and Brauner, Colin J., (eds.) Carbon Dioxide. Fish Physiology, 37 . Academic Press, Cambridge, MA, USA, pp. 323-368.

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