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2014
Best EC, Dwyer RG, Seddon JM, Goldizen AW.  2014.  Associations are more strongly correlated with space use than kinship in female eastern grey kangaroos. Animal BehaviourAnimal Behaviour. 89:1-10.
Mumby PJ, van Woesik R.  2014.  Consequences of Ecological, Evolutionary and Biogeochemical Uncertainty for Coral Reef Responses to Climatic Stress. Current BiologyCurrent Biology. 24:R413-R423.
Cheney KL, Grutter AS, Bshary R.  2014.  Geographical variation in the benefits obtained by a coral reef fish mimic. Animal BehaviourAnimal Behaviour. 88:85-90.
Braun C, Michiels NK, Siebeck UE, Sprenger D.  2014.  Signalling function of long wavelength colours during agonistic male-male interactions in the wrasse Coris julis. Marine Ecology Progress SeriesMarine Ecology Progress Series. 504:277-286.
Kern P, Cramp RL, Franklin CE.  2014.  Temperature and UV-B-insensitive performance in tadpoles of the ornate burrowing frog: an ephemeral pond specialist. Journal of Experimental BiologyJournal of Experimental Biology. 217:1246-1252.
2013
Cheney KL.  2013.  Cleaner fish coloration decreases predation risk in aggressive fangblenny mimics. Behavioral EcologyBehavioral Ecology. 24:1161-1165.
Campbell HA, Gao L, Bidder OR, Hunter J, Franklin CE.  2013.  Creating a behavioural classification module for acceleration data: using a captive surrogate for difficult to observe species. Journal of Experimental BiologyJournal of Experimental Biology. 216:4501-4506.
Harborne A.R.  2013.  The ecology, behaviour and physiology of fishes on coral reef flats, and the potential impacts of climate change. Journal of Fish BiologyJournal of Fish Biology. 83:417-447.
Fuller RA, Bearhop S, Metcalfe NB, Piersma T.  2013.  The effect of group size on vigilance in Ruddy Turnstones Arenaria interpres varies with foraging habitat. IbisIbis. 155:246-257.
Dunlop RA, Noad MJ, Cato DH, Kniest E, Miller PJO, Smith JN, M. Stokes D.  2013.  Multivariate analysis of behavioural response experiments in humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae). Journal of Experimental BiologyJournal of Experimental Biology. 216:759-770.
Booth DT, Feeney R, Shibata Y.  2013.  Nest and maternal origin can influence morphology and locomotor performance of hatchling green turtles (Chelonia mydas) incubated in field nests. Marine Biology (Berlin)Marine Biology (Berlin). 160:127-137.
Cameron S.F, Wynn M.L, Wilson R.S.  2013.  Sex-specific trade-offs and compensatory mechanisms: bite force and sprint speed pose conflicting demands on the design of geckos (Hemidactylus frenatus). Journal of Experimental BiologyJournal of Experimental Biology. 216:3781-3789.
Best EC, Seddon JM, Dwyer RG, Goldizen AW.  2013.  Social preference influences female community structure in a population of wild eastern grey kangaroos. Animal BehaviourAnimal Behaviour. 86:1031-1040.
2012
Fritsches KA.  2012.  Australian Loggerhead sea turtle hatchlings do not avoid yellow. Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and PhysiologyMarine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology. 45:79-89.
Doropoulos C, Ward S, Diaz-Pulido G, Hoegh-Guldberg O, Mumby PJ.  2012.  Ocean acidification reduces coral recruitment by disrupting intimate larval-algal settlement interactions. Ecology LettersEcology Letters. 15:338-346.
Owen K, Dunlop R, Donnelly D.  2012.  Seaweed Interactions by Humpback Whales (Megaptera novaeangliae): A Form of Object Play? Aquatic MammalsAquatic Mammals. 38:418-422.
Pereira CM, Booth DT, Limpus CJ.  2012.  Swimming performance and metabolic rate of flatback Natator depressus and loggerhead Caretta caretta sea turtle hatchlings during the swimming frenzy. Endangered Species ResearchEndangered Species Research. 17:43-51.
2011
Van-Eyk SM, Siebeck UE, Champ CM, Marshall J, Hart NS.  2011.  Behavioural evidence for colour vision in an elasmobranch. Journal of Experimental BiologyJournal of Experimental Biology. 214:4186-4192.
Pereira CM, Booth DT, Limpus CJ.  2011.  Locomotor activity during the frenzy swim: analysing early swimming behaviour in hatchling sea turtles. Journal of Experimental BiologyJournal of Experimental Biology. 214:3972-3976.
White CR, Gremillet D, Green JA, Martin GR, Butler PJ.  2011.  Metabolic rate throughout the annual cycle reveals the demands of an Arctic existence in Great Cormorants. Ecology (Washington D C)Ecology (Washington D C). 92:475-486.
Ullmann JFP, Gallagher T, Hart NS, Barnes AC, Smullen RP, Collin SP, Temple SE.  2011.  Tank color increases growth, and alters color preference and spectral sensitivity, in barramundi (Lates calcarifer). AquacultureAquaculture. 322:235-240.
Maethger LM, Lohmann KJ, Limpus CJ, Fritsches KA.  2011.  An unsuccessful attempt to elicit orientation responses to linearly polarized light in hatchling loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta). Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B Biological SciencesPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B Biological Sciences. 366:757-762.
Booth DT, Evans A.  2011.  Warm Water and Cool Nests Are Best. How Global Warming Might Influence Hatchling Green Turtle Swimming Performance. PLoS OnePLoS ONE. 6:e23162.
2010
Campbell HA, Watts ME, Sullivan S, Read MA, Choukroun S, Irwin SR, Franklin CE.  2010.  Estuarine crocodiles ride surface currents to facilitate long-distance travel. Journal of Animal EcologyJournal of Animal Ecology. 79:955-964.
Hancox D, Hoskin CJ, Wilson RS.  2010.  Evening up the score: sexual selection favours both alternatives in the colour-polymorphic ornate rainbowfish. Animal BehaviourAnimal Behaviour. 80:845-851.

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