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Scientific Papers in Refereed Journals 2016 -

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2016

874. Clarke, G. S., M. R. Crossland, and R. Shine. 2016. Can we control the invasive cane toad using chemicals that have evolved under intraspecific competition? Ecological Applications 26:463-474.

875. Cook, T. R., X. Bonnet, T. Fauvel, R. Shine, and F. Brischoux. 2016. Foraging behaviour and energy budgets of sea snakes from New Caledonia: insights from implanted data-loggers. Journal of Zoology 298:82-93.

876. Brown, G. P., C. Kelehear, L. Pizzatto, and R. Shine. 2016. The impact of lungworm parasites on rates of dispersal of their anuran host, the invasive cane toad. Biological Invasions 18:103-114.

877. Crossland, M. R., T. Haramura, and R. Shine. 2016. Fejervarya sakishimensis (Sakishima Rice Frog). Observation of a terrestrial beetle larva (Family Caribidae) as a frog predator in Japan. Herpetological Review 47:107-108.

878. Witjethunga, U., M. Greenlees, and R. Shine. 2016. Living up to its name? The effect of salinity on development, growth and phenotype of the "marine" toad (Rhinella marina). Journal of Comparative Physiology B 186:205-213.

879. Ducatez, S., M. Crossland, and R. Shine. 2016. Differences in developmental strategies between long-settled and invasion front populations of the cane toad in Australia. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29:335-343.

880. Ward-Fear, G., D. J. Pearson, G. P. Brown, Balanggarra Rangers, and R. Shine. 2016. Ecological immunization: in situ training of free-ranging predatory lizards reduces their vulnerability to invasive toxic prey. Biology Letters 12:20150863.

881. Ballen, C., R. Shine, R. M. Andrews, and M. Olsson. 2016. Multifactorial sex determination in a chameleon. Journal of Herpetology 50:548-551.

882. Mayer, M., R. Shine, and G. P. Brown. 2016. Bigger babies are bolder: effects of body size on personality of hatchling snakes. Behaviour 153:313-323.

883. Phillips, B. P., R. Tingley, and R. Shine. 2016. The genetic backburn: using rapid evolution to halt invasions. Proceedings of the Royal Society (London) B 283:20153037.

884. Shine, R., G. P. Brown, and M. J. Elphick. 2016. Effects of intense wildfires on the nesting ecology of oviparous montane lizards. Austral Ecology 41:756-767.

885. Ward-Fear, G., M. J. Greenlees, and R. Shine. 2016. Toads on lava: spatial ecology and habitat use of invasive cane toads (Rhinella marina) in Hawai’i. PLoS One 11:e0151700.

886. González-Bernal, E., M. J. Greenlees, G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2016. Toads in the backyard: why do invasive cane toads (Rhinella marina) prefer buildings to bushland? Population Ecology 58:293-302.

887. Jolly, C. J., R. Shine, and M. J. Greenlees. 2016. The impacts of a toxic invasive prey species (the cane toad, Rhinella marina) on a vulnerable predator (the lace monitor, Varanus varius). Biological Invasions 18:1499-1509.

888. Shine, T., and R. Shine. 2016. Trick or treat? The lingering dangers of Halloween for suburban fauna. Australian Zoologist 38:16.

889. Brown, G. P., and R. Shine. 2016. Maternal body size influences offspring immune defence in an oviparous snake. Royal Society Open Science 3:160041.

890. Witjethunga, U., M. Greenlees, and R. Shine. 2016. Far from home: responses of an American predator species to an American prey species in a jointly invaded area of Australia. Biological Invasions 18:1645-1652.

891. Haramura, T., H. Takeuchi, M. R. Crossland, and R. Shine. 2016. Biotic resistance to an alien amphibian: larval competition between Japanese frogs and invasive cane toads. PLoS One 11:e0156396.

892. Ujvari, B., G. P. Brown, R. Shine, and T. Madsen. 2016. Floods and famine: climate-induced collapse of a tropical predator-prey community. Functional Ecology 30:453-458.

893. Hudson, C. M., G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2016. It is lonely at the front: contrasting evolutionary trajectories in male and female invaders. Royal Society Open Science 3:160687.

894. Pettit, L., M. J. Greenlees, and R. Shine. 2016. The behavioural consequences of translocation: how do invasive cane toads (Rhinella marina) respond to transport and release to novel environments? Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 71:1-14.

895. Hudson, C. M., M. R. McCurry, P. Lundgren, C. R. McHenry, and R. Shine. 2016. Constructing an invasion machine: the rapid evolution of a dispersal-enhancing phenotype during the cane toad invasion of Australia. PLoS One 11:e0156950.

896. Sun, B-J., T. Li, Y. Mu, J. K. McGlashan, A. Georges, R. Shine, and W-G. Du. 2016. Thyroid hormone modulates offspring sex ratio in a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 283:20161206.

897. Hudson, C. M., G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2016. Athletic anurans: the impacts of morphology, ecology and evolution on climbing ability in invasive cane toads. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 119:992-999.

898. Natusch, D. J. N., J. A. Lyons, G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2016. Communally nesting migratory birds create ecological hot-spots in tropical Australia. PLoS One 11:e0162651.

899. Natusch, D., J. Lyons, Mumpuni, and R. Shine. 2016. Jungle giants: assessing sustainable harvesting in a difficult-to-survey species (Python reticulatus). PLoS One 11:e0158397.

900. Li, H., C. E. Hollelely, M. Elphick, A. Georges, and R. Shine. 2016. The behavioural consequences of sex reversal in dragons. Proceedings of the Royal Society (London) B 283:20160217.

901. Brown, G. P., and R. Shine. 2016. Frogs in the spotlight: a 16-year survey of the abundance of native frogs and invasive cane toads on a floodplain in tropical Australia. Ecology and Evolution 6:4445-4457.

902. Lillie, M., J. Cui, R. Shine, and K. Belov. 2016. Molecular characterization of MHC class II in the Australian invasive cane toad reveals multiple splice variants. Immunogenetics 68:449-460.

903. Shine, R., S. Wang, G. Madani, K. N. Armstrong, L. Zhang, and Y-M. Li. 2016. Using genetic data to predict the vulnerability of a native predator to a toxic invader. Endangered Species Research 31:13-17.

904. Wijethunga, U., M. Greenlees, and R. Shine. 2016. Moving south: effects of water temperatures on the larval development of invasive cane toads (Rhinella marina) in cool-temperate Australia. Ecology and Evolution 6:6993-7003.

905. Pettit, L. J., M. J. Greenlees, and R. Shine. 2016. Is the enhanced dispersal rate seen at invasion fronts a behaviourally plastic response to encountering novel ecological conditions? Biology Letters 12:20160539.

906. Shine, R., and B. Tamayo. 2016. When predators become prey: the lizard-eating spiders of suburbia. Australian Zoologist 38:212-213.

2017

907. Amiel, J. J., S. Bao, and R. Shine. 2017. The effects of incubation temperature on the development of the cortical forebrain in a lizard. Animal Cognition 20:117-125.

908. Ward-Fear, G., J. Thomas, J. K. Webb, D. Pearson, G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2017. Eliciting Conditioned Taste Aversion in lizards: live toxic prey are more effective than scent and taste cues alone. Integrative Zoology 12:112-120.

909. Lillywhite, H., R. Shine, E. Jacobsen, D. DeNardo, M. Gordon, C. Navas, T. Wang, R. Seymour, K. Storey, H. Heatwole, D. Heard, B. Brattstrom, and G. Burghardt. 2017. Anaesthesia and euthanasia of amphibians and reptiles used in scientific research: should hypothermia and freezing be prohibited? BioScience 67:53-61.

910. Kelehear, C., C. M. Hudson, J. W. Mertins, and R. Shine. 2017. First report of exotic ticks (Amblyomma rotundatum) parasitizing invasive cane toads (Rhinella marina) on the Island of Hawai'i. Ticks and Tick-Borne Diseases 8:330-333.

911. Ducatez, S., and R. Shine. 2017. Drivers of extinction risk in terrestrial vertebrates. Conservation Letters 10:186-194.

912. Bonnet, X., G. Naulleau, and R. Shine. 2017. The evolutionary economics of embryonic-sac fluids in squamate reptiles. American Naturalist 189:333-344.

913. Ward-Fear, G., G. P. Brown, D. J. Pearson, and R. Shine. 2017. An invasive tree facilitates the persistence of native rodents on an overgrazed floodplain in tropical Australia. Austral Ecology 42:385-393.

914. Li, H., M. Elphick, and R. Shine. 2017. Potential targets for selection during the evolution of viviparity in cold-climate reptiles. Oecologia 183:21-30.

915. Gorissen, S., M. Greenlees, and R. Shine. 2017. A skink out of water: impacts of anthropogenic disturbance on endangered reptiles in Australian highland swamps. Oryx 51:610-618.

916. Natusch, D., M. Mayer, J. Lyons, and R. Shine. 2017. Interspecific interactions between feral pigs and native birds reveal both positive and negative effects. Austral Ecology 42:479-485.

917. Natusch, D. J. N., J. A. Lyons, G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2017. Biotic interactions mediate the influence of bird colonies on vegetation and soil chemistry at aggregation sites. Ecology 98:382-392.

918. Silvester, R., R. Shine, B. Oldroyd, and M. Greenlees. 2017. The ecological impact of commercial beehives on invasive cane toads (Rhinella marina) in eastern Australia. Biological Invasions 19:1097-1106.

919. Gorissen, S., M. Greenlees, and R. Shine. 2017. Habitat and fauna of an endangered swamp ecosystem in Australia’s eastern highlands. Wetlands 37:269-276.

920. Selechnik, D., L. A. Rollins, G. P. Brown, C. Kelehear, and R. Shine. 2017. The things they carried: the pathogenic effects of old and new parasites following the intercontinental invasion of the Australian cane toad (Rhinella marina). International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 6:375-385.

921. Gruber, J., G. P. Brown, M. Whiting, and R. Shine. 2017. Geographic divergence in dispersal-related behaviour in cane toads from range-front versus range-core populations in Australia. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 71:38.

922. Tingley, R., G. Ward-Fear, M. J. Greenlees, L. Schwarzkopf, B. L. Phillips, G. Brown, S. Clulow, J. Webb, R. Capon, A. Sheppard, T. Strive, M. Tizard, and R. Shine. 2017. New weapons in the Toad Toolkit: a review of methods to control and mitigate the biodiversity impacts of invasive cane toads (Rhinella marina). Quarterly Review of Biology 92:123-149.

923. Natusch, D. J., J. A. Lyons, and R. Shine. 2017. How do predators and scavengers locate resource hotspots within a tropical forest? Austral Ecology 42:742-749.

924. Chen, W., C. M. Hudson, J. L. DeVore, and R. Shine. 2017. Sex and weaponry: the distribution of toxin-storage glands on the bodies of male and female cane toads (Rhinella marina). Ecology and Evolution 7:8950-8957.

925. Brown, G. P., T. Madsen, and R. Shine. 2017. Resource availability and sexual size dimorphism: differential effects of prey abundance on the growth rates of tropical snakes. Functional Ecology 31:1592-1599.

926. Hudson, C. M., G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2017. Effects of toe-clipping on growth, body condition, and locomotion of cane toads (Rhinella marina). Copeia 105:257-260.

927. Pizzatto, L., C. Both, G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2017. The accelerating invasion: dispersal rates of cane toads at an invasion front compared to an already-colonized location. Evolutionary Ecology 31:533-545.

928. Pettit, L., M. Greenlees, and R. Shine. 2017. The impact of transportation and translocation on dispersal behaviour in the invasive cane toad. Oecologia 184:411-422.

929. Cremona, T., P. Spencer, R. Shine, and J. K. Webb. 2017. Avoiding the last supper: parentage analysis indicates multi-generational survival of re-introduced “toad-smart” lineage. Conservation Genetics 18:1475-1480.

930. Natusch, D. J. D., J. A. Lyons, and R. Shine. 2017. Safety first: terrestrial predators drive selection of highly specific nesting sites in colonial-breeding birds. Journal of Avian Biology 48:1104-1113.

931. Xua, C., X. Gao, M. R. Crossland, Z. Liu, S. Wang, W. Zhu, R. Shine, and Z-Y. Li. 2017. Foraging responses of the larvae of invasive bullfrogs (Lithobates catesbeianus): possible implications for bullfrog control and ecological impact in China. Asian Herpetological Research 8:253-261.

932. McCann, S., M. J. Greenlees and R. Shine. 2017. On the fringe of the invasion: the ecological impact of cane toads in marginally suitable habitats. Biological Invasions 19:2729-2737.

933. Kosmala, G., G. P. Brown, K. Christian, and R. Shine. 2017. Locomotor performance of cane toads differs between native-range and invasive populations. Royal Society Open Science 4:170517.

934. Haramura, T., H. Takeuchi, M. R. Crossland, and R. Shine. 2017. Methods for invasive species control are transferable across invaded areas. PLoS One 12:e0187265.

935. Raven, C., R. Shine, M. Greenlees, T. M. Scaef, and A. Ward. 2017. The role of biotic and abiotic cues in stimulating aggregation by larval cane toads (Rhinella marina). Ethology 123:724-735.

936. Goiran, C., P. Bustamante and R. Shine. 2017. Industrial melanism in the seasnake Emydocephalus annulatus. Current Biology 27:2510-2513.

937. Hudson, C. M., G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2017. Evolutionary shifts in anti-predator responses of invasive cane toads (Rhinella marina). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 71:134.

938. Gruber, J., M. J. Whiting, G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2017. The loneliness of the long-distance toad: invasion history and social attraction in cane toads (Rhinella marina). Biology Letters 13:20170445.

939. Brown, G. P., T. Madsen, S. Dubey, and R. Shine. 2017. The causes and ecological correlates of head scale asymmetry and fragmentation in a tropical snake. Scientific Reports 7:11363.

940. Selechnik, D., A. J. West, G. P. Brown, K. V. Fanson, B. Addison, L. A. Rollins, and R. Shine. 2017. Effects of invasion history on physiological responses to immune system activation in invasive Australian cane toads. PeerJ 5:e3856.

941. Gruber, J., G. P. Brown, M. Whiting, and R. Shine. 2017. Is the behavioural divergence between range-core and range-edge populations of cane toads (Rhinella marina) due to evolutionary change or developmental plasticity? Royal Society Open Science 4:170789.

942. Finnerty, P. B., C. M. Shilton, R. Shine, and G. P. Brown. 2017. Using experimental de-worming to measure the immunological and pathological impacts of lungworm infection in cane toads. International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife 6:310-319.

943. Lillie, M., S. Dubey, R. Shine, and K. Belov. 2017. Variation in MHC diversity in invasive cane toad populations. Wildlife Research 44:565-572.

2018

944. Gorissen, S., I. R. C. Baird, M. Greenlees, A. N. Sherieff, and R. Shine. 2018. Predicting the occurrence of an endangered reptile based on habitat attributes. Pacific Conservation Biology 24:12-24.

945. Lettoof, D. C., J. A. Lyons, R. Shine, G. Maniel, M. Mayer, and D. J. D. Natusch. 2018. Cane toads beneath bird rookeries: utilization of a natural disturbance by an invasive species. Current Zoology: in press.

946. Finnerty, P., R. Shine, and G. P. Brown. 2018. The costs of parasite infection: removing lungworms improves performance, growth and survival of cane toads. Functional Ecology 32:402-415.

947. Shine, R., E. Wapstra, and M. Olsson. 2018. Seasonal shifts along the oviparity-viviparity continuum in a cold-climate lizard population. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 31:4-13.

948. McCann, S., G. Kosmala, M. Greenlees, and R. Shine. 2018. Physiological plasticity in a successful invader: rapid acclimation to cold occurs only in cool-climate populations of cane toads (Rhinella marina). Conservation Physiology 6:cox072.

949. Richardson, M. F., F. Sequiera, D. Selechnik, M. Carneiro, M. Vallinoto, J. G. Read, A. J. West, M. R. Crossland, R. Shine, and L. A. Rollins. 2018. Improving amphibian genomic resources: a multi-tissue reference transcriptome of an iconic invader. Gigascience 7:1-7.

950. Mayer, M., J. A. Lyons, R. Shine, and J. D. Natusch. 2018. Air-pressure waves generated by vehicles do not imperil road-crossing amphibians. Salamandra 54:80-82.

951. Brown, G. P., D. Holden, R. Shine, and B. Phillips. 2018. Invasion history alters the behavioural consequences of immune system activation in cane toads. Journal of Animal Ecology 87:716-726.

952. Natusch, D. J. D., J. A. Lyons, S. Dubey, and R. Shine. 2018. Ticks on snakes: the ecological correlates of ectoparasite infection in free-ranging snakes in tropical Australia. Austral Ecology 43:534-546.

953. Finnerty, P., R. Shine, and G. P. Brown. 2018. Survival of the faeces: does a nematode lungworm adaptively manipulate the behaviour of its cane toad host? Ecology and Evolution 8:4606-4618.

954. Ward-Fear, G., G. P. Brown, D. J. Pearson, A. West, L. A. Rollins, and R. Shine. 2018. The ecological and life-history correlates of boldness in free-ranging monitor lizards. Ecosphere 9:e02125.

955. Greenlees, M. J., S. Harris, A. W. White, and R. Shine. 2018. The establishment and eradication of an extra-limital population of invasive cane toads. Biological Invasions 20:2077-20889.

956. Llewelyn, J., N. C. Choyce, B. L. Phillips, J. K. Webb, D. J. Pearson, L. Schwarzkopf, and R. Shine. 2018. Behavioural responses of an Australian colubrid snake (Dendrelaphis punctulatus) to a novel toxic prey item (the Cane Toad Rhinella marina). Biological Invasions: in press.

957. Shine, R., and W-G. Du. 2018. How frequent and important is behavioural thermoregulation by embryonic reptiles? Journal of Experimental Zoology A: in press.

958. Brown. G. P., and R. Shine. 2018. Immune configuration in hatchling snakes is affected by incubation moisture, and is linked to subsequent growth and survival in the field. Journal of Experimental Zoology A: in press.

959. Kosmala, G., G. P. Brown, K. Christian, C. M. Hudson, and R. Shine. 2018. The thermal dependency of locomotor performance evolves rapidly within an invasive species. Ecology and Evolution 8:4403-4408.

960. Gruber, J., G. P. Brown, M. J. Whiting, and R. Shine. 2018. Behavioural divergence during biological invasions: a study of cane toads (Rhinella marina) from contrasting environments in Hawai’i. Royal Society Open Science 5:180197.

961. Fitzgerald, M., and R. Shine. 2018. Mate-guarding in free-ranging Carpet Pythons (Morelia spilota). Australian Zoologist: in press.

962. Shine, R., C. Everittt, D. Woods, and D. J. Pearson. 2018. An evaluation of methods used to cull invasive cane toads in tropical Australia. Journal of Pest Science 91:1081-1091.

963. Hudson, C., G. P. Brown, K. Stuart, and R. Shine. 2018. Sexual and geographic divergence in head widths of invasive cane toads, Rhinella marina (Anura: Bufonidae) is driven by both rapid evolution and plasticity. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 124:188-199.

964. Olsson, M., L. Loeb, W. Lindsay, E. Wapstra, and R. Shine. 2018. Extreme plasticity in reproductive biology of an oviparous lizard. Ecology and Evolution 8:6384-6389.

965. Gruber, J., M. J. Whiting, G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2018. Effects of rearing environment and population origin on responses to repeated behavioural trials in cane toads (Rhinella marina). Behavioural Processes 153:40-46.

966. Gorissen, S., M. Greenlees, and R. Shine. 2018. The impact of wildfire on an endangered reptile (Eulamprus leuraensis) in Australian montane swamps. International Journal of Wildland Fire 27:447-456.

967. Shilton, C. M., J. Slapeta, R. Shine, and G. P. Brown. 2018. Invasive colonic entamoebiasis in wild cane toads, Australia. Emerging Infectious Diseases 24:1541-1543.

968. Russo, A., J. Eden, D. E. Tuipulotu, M. Shi, D. Selechnik, R. Shine, L. Rollins, E. Holmes, and P. White. 2018. Viral discovery in the invasive Australian cane toad (Rhinella marina) using metatranscriptomic and genomic approaches. Journal of Virology: in press.

969. McCann, S., M. Crossland, and R. Shine. 2018. Using intraspecific chemical cues to control invasive species: the importance of interactive effects. PLoS One: in revision.