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Scientific Papers in Refereed Journals 2008-2011

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Varanus mitcheli vs. Bufo marinus. Photo credit: Michelle Franklin

Varanus mitcheli vs. Rhinella marina (Photo credit: Michelle Franklin)


2008

539. Seret, B., F. Brischoux, X. Bonnet, and R. Shine. 2008. First record of Cirrimaxilla formosa (Muraenidae) from New Caledonia, found in sea snake stomach contents. Cybium 32:191-192.

540. Shilton, C. M., G. P. Brown, S. Benedict, and R. Shine. 2008. Spondyloarthropathy associated with Ochrobactrum anthropi in free-ranging cane toads (Chaunus [Bufo] marinus) in Australia. Veterinary Pathology 45:85-94.

541. Warner, D. A., and R. Shine. 2008. The adaptive significance of temperature-dependent sex determination in a reptile. Nature 451:566-568.

542. Brischoux, F., X. Bonnet, T. R. Cook, and R. Shine. 2008. Allometry of diving capacities: ectothermy versus endothermy. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 21:324-329.

543. Hagman, M., and R. Shine. 2008. Deceptive digits: the functional significance of toe-waving by cannibalistic cane toads (Chaunus marinus). Animal Behaviour 75:123-131.

544. Shine, R. 2008. Tracking elusive timber rattlers with molecular genetics. Molecular Ecology 17:715-718.

545. Shine, R., and G. P. Brown. 2008. Adapting to the unpredictable: reproductive biology of vertebrates in the Australian wet-dry tropics. Invited review. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 363:363-373.

546. Hagman, M., B. L. Phillips, and R. Shine. 2008. Tails of enticement: caudal luring by an ambush-foraging snake (Acanthophis praelongus, Elapidae). Functional Ecology 22:1134-1139.

547. Dubey, S., G. P. Brown, T. Madsen, and R. Shine. 2008. Characterization of tri- and tetranucleotide microsatellite loci for the slatey grey snake (Stegonotus cucullatus, Colubridae). Molecular Ecology Resources 8:431-433.

548. Warner, D. A., and R. Shine. 2008. Maternal nest-site choice in a lizard with temperature-dependent sex determination. Animal Behaviour 75:861-870.

549. Hagman, M., and R. Shine. 2008. Understanding the toad code: behavioural responses of cane toad (Chaunus marinus) larvae and metamorphs to chemical cues. Austral Ecology 33:37-44.

550. Radder, R., L. Pizzatto, and R. Shine. 2008. Morphological correlates of life-history variation: is lizard clutch size related to the number of germinal beds in the ovary? Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 94:81-88.

551. Webb, J. K., D. A. Pike, and R. Shine. 2008. Population ecology of the velvet gecko, Oedura lesueurii in southern Australia: implications for the persistence of an endangered snake. Austral Ecology 33:839-847.

552. Webb, J. K., G. P. Brown, T. Child, M. J. Greenlees, B. L. Phillips, and R. Shine. 2008. A native dasyurid predator (common planigale, Planigale maculata) rapidly learns to avoid toxic cane toads. Austral Ecology 33:821-829.

553. Child, T., B. L. Phillips, G. P. Brown , and R. Shine. 2008. The spatial ecology of cane toads (Bufo marinus) in tropical Australia: why do metamorph toads stay near the water? Austral Ecology 33:630-640.

554. Radder, R., M. Elphick, D. Warner, D. Pike, and R. Shine. 2008. Reproductive modes in lizards: measuring the fitness consequences of prolonged uterine retention of eggs. Functional Ecology 22:332-339.

555. Aubret, F., and R. Shine. 2008. Early experience affects both habitat choice and locomotor performance in tigersnakes. American Naturalist 171:524-531.

556. Bowcock, H., G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2008. Sexual communication in cane toads (Chaunus marinus): what cues influence the duration of amplexus? Animal Behaviour 75:1571-1579.

557. Pike, D., L. Pizzatto, B. A. Pike, and R. Shine. 2008. Estimating survival rates of uncatchable animals: the myth of high juvenile mortality in reptiles. Ecology 89:607-611.

558. Urban, M., B. L. Phillips, D. K. Skelly, and R. Shine. 2008. A toad more traveled: the heterogeneous invasion dynamics of cane toads in Australia. American Naturalist 171:E134-E148.

559. Warner, D. A., and R. Shine. 2008. Determinants of dispersal distance in free-ranging juvenile lizards. Ethology 114:361-368.

560. Hagman, M., and R. Shine. 2008. Australian tadpoles do not avoid chemical cues from invasive cane toads (Bufo marinus). Wildlife Research 35:59-64.

561. Shine, R., and M. Wall. 2008. Interactions between locomotion, feeding and bodily elongation during the evolution of snakes. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 95:293-304.

562. Warner, D. A., M. B. Lovern, and R. Shine. 2008. Maternal influences on offspring phenotypes and sex ratios in a multi-clutching lizard with environmental sex determination. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 95:256-266.

563. Child, T., B. L. Phillips, and R. Shine. 2008. Abiotic and biotic influences on the dispersal behaviour of metamorph cane toads (Bufo marinus) in tropical Australia. Journal of Experimental Zoology 309A:215-224.

564. Phillips, B. L., G. P. Brown, J. M. J. Travis, and R. Shine. 2008. Reid's paradox revisited: the evolution of dispersal kernels during range expansion. American Naturalist 172:S34-S48.

565. Dubey, S., and R. Shine. 2008. Origin of the parasites of an invading species, the Australian cane toad (Bufo marinus): are the lungworms Australian or American? Molecular Ecology 17:4418-4424.

566. Webb, J. K., and R. Shine. 2008. Differential effects of an intense wildfire on survival of two species of sympatric snakes. Journal of Wildlife Management 72:1394-1398.

567. Croak, B. M., D. A. Pike, J. K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2008. Three-dimensional crevice structure affects retreat-site selection by reptiles. Animal Behaviour 76:1875-1884.

568. Radder, R. S., A. E. Quinn, A. Georges, S. D. Sarre, and R. Shine. 2008. Genetic evidence for co-occurrence of chromosomal and thermal sex-determining systems in a lizard. Biology Letters 4:176-178.

569. Du, W-G., and R. Shine. 2008. The influence of hydric environments during egg incubation on embryonic heart rates and offspring phenotypes in a lizard (Lampropholis guichenoti, Scincidae). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 151:102-107.

570. Crossland, M. R., G. P. Brown, M. Anstis, C. Shilton, and R. Shine. 2008. Mass mortality of native anuran tadpoles in tropical Australia due to the invasive cane toad (Bufo marinus). Biological Conservation 141:2387-2394.

571. Wall, M., and R. Shine. 2008. Post-feeding thermophily in lizards (Lialis burtonis Gray, Pygopodidae): laboratory studies can provide misleading results. Journal of Thermal Biology 33:274-279.

572. Letnic, M., J. K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2008. Invasive cane toads (Bufo marinus) cause mass mortality of freshwater crocodiles (Crocodylus johnstoni) in tropical Australia. Biological Conservation 141:1773-1782.

573. Aubret, F., and R. Shine. 2008. The origin of evolutionary innovations: locomotor consequences of tail shape in aquatic snakes. Functional Ecology 22:317-322.

574. Pizzatto, L., T. Child, and R. Shine. 2008. Why be diurnal? Shifts in activity time enable young cane toads to evade cannibalistic conspecifics. Behavioral Ecology 19:990-997.

575. Pizzatto, L. and R. Shine. 2008. The behavioral ecology of cannibalism in cane toads (Bufo marinus). Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 63:123-133.

576. Warner, D., X. Bonnet, K. Hobson, and R. Shine. 2008. Lizards combine stored energy and recently-acquired nutrients flexibly to fuel reproduction. Journal of Animal Ecology 77:1242-1249.

577. Hagman, M., and R. Shine. 2008. Tadpoles of invasive cane toads (Bufo marinus) do not respond behaviourally to chemical cues from tadpoles of four species of Australian frog. Australian Journal of Zoology 56:211-213.

578. Lane, A., B. P. Oldroyd, and R. Shine. 2008. Microsatellite loci for laticaudine sea snakes. Molecular Ecology Resources 8:1161-1163.

579. Dubey, S., G. P. Brown, T. Madsen and R. Shine. 2008. Male-biased dispersal in a tropical Australian snake (Stegonotus cucullatus, Colubridae). Molecular Ecology 17:3506-3514.

580. Bonnet, X., S. Akoka, R. Shine, and L. Pourcelot. 2008. Disappearance of eggs during gestation in a viviparous snake (Vipera aspis) detected using non-invasive techniques. Acta Herpetologica 3:129-137.


2009

581. Crossland, M. R., R. A. Alford, and R. Shine. 2009. Impact of the invasive cane toad (Bufo marinus) on an Australian frog (Opisthodon ornatus) depends on reproductive timing. Oecologia 158:625-632.

582. Pizzatto, L., and R. Shine. 2009. Native Australian frogs avoid the scent of invasive cane toads. Austral Ecology 34:77-82.

583. Llewelyn, J., B. L. Phillips, and R. Shine. 2009. Sublethal costs associated with the consumption of toxic prey by snakes. Austral Ecology 34:179-184.

584. Warner, D. A., T. Uller, and R. Shine. 2009. Fitness effects of the timing of hatching may drive the evolution of temperature-dependent sex determination in short-lived lizards. Evolutionary Ecology 23: 281-294.

585. Aubret, F., and R. Shine. 2009. Causes and consequences of aggregation by neonatal tiger snakes (Notechis scutatus, Elapidae). Austral Ecology 34:210-217.

586. Shine, R., M. Greenlees, M. R. Crossland, and D. Nelson. 2009. The myth of the toad-eating frog. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 7:359-361.

587. Alford, R. A., G. P. Brown, L. Schwarzkopf, B. Phillips, and R. Shine. 2009. Comparisons through time and space suggest rapid evolution of dispersal behaviour in an invasive species. Wildlife Research 36:23-28.

588. Wapstra, E., T. Uller, D. Sinn, M. M. Olsson, K. Mazurek, J. Joss, and R. Shine. 2009. Climate effects on offspring sex ratio in a viviparous lizard. Journal of Animal Ecology 78:84-90.

589. Brischoux, F., X. Bonnet, and R. Shine. 2009. Determinants of dietary specialization: a comparison of two sympatric species of sea snakes. Oikos 118:145-151.

590. Hagman, M., R.A. Hayes, R.J. Capon, and R. Shine. 2009. Alarm cues experienced by cane toad tadpoles affect post-metamorphic morphology and chemical defences. Functional Ecology 23:126-132.

591. Brischoux, F. X. Bonnet, and R. Shine. 2009. Kleptothermy: an additional category of thermoregulation, and a possible example in sea kraits (Laticauda laticaudata, Serpentes). Biology Letters 5:729-731.

592. Wall, M., and R. Shine. 2009. The relationship between foraging ecology and lizard chemoreception: can a snake analogue (Burton's legless lizard, Lialis burtonis) detect prey scent? Ethology 115:264-272.

593. Warner, D. A., R. S Radder, and R. Shine. 2009. Corticosterone exposure during development affects offspring growth and sex ratios in opposing directions in two lizard species with environmental sex determination. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 82:363-371.

594. Pearson, D. J., M. Greenlees, G. Ward-Fear, and R. Shine. 2009. Predicting the ecological impact of cane toads (Bufo marinus) on threatened camaenid land snails in north-western Australia. Wildlife Research 36:533-540.

595. Brown, G. P., and R. Shine. 2009. Beyond size-number tradeoffs: clutch size as a maternal effect. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 364:1097-1106.

596. Uller, T., G. M. While, E. Wapstra, D. A. Warner, B. A. Goodman, L. Schwarzkopf, T. Langkilde, P. Doughty, R. S. Radder, D. H. Rohr, C. M. Bull, R. Shine, R., and M. Olsson. 2009. Evaluation of offspring size-number invariants in twelve species of lizard. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 22:143-151.

597. Telemeco, R., M. J. Elphick, and R. Shine. 2009. Nesting lizards (Bassiana duperreyi) compensate partly, but not completely, for climate change. Ecology 90:17-22.

598. Child, T., B. L. Phillips, and R. Shine. 2009. Does desiccation risk drive the distribution of metamorph cane toads (Bufo marinus) in tropical Australia? Journal of Tropical Ecology 25:193-200.

599. White, A. W., and R. Shine. 2009. The extra-limital spread of an invasive species via "stowaway" dispersal: toad to nowhere? Animal Conservation 12:38-45.

600. Bowcock, H., G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2009. Beastly bondage: the costs of amplexus in cane toads (Bufo marinus). Copeia 2009:29-36.

601. Dubey, S., G. P. Brown, T. Madsen, and R. Shine. 2009. Sexual selection favours large body size in males of a tropical snake (Stegonotus cucullatus, Colubridae). Animal Behaviour 77:177-182.

602. Hayes, R. A., M. R. Crossland, M. Hagman, R. J. Capon, and R. Shine. 2009. Ontogenetic variation in the chemical defences of cane toads (Bufo marinus): toxin profiles and effects on predators. Journal of Chemical Ecology 35:391-399.

603. Aubret, F., and R. Shine. 2009. Genetic assimilation and the post-colonisation erosion of phenotypic plasticity in island Tiger snakes. Current Biology 19:1932–1936.

604. Pizzatto, L., T. Madsen, G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2009. Spatial ecology of hatchling water pythons (Liasis fuscus) in tropical Australia. Journal of Tropical Ecology 25:181-191.

605. Webb, J. K., W. G. Du, D. A. Pike, and R. Shine. 2009. Chemical cues from both dangerous and non-dangerous snakes elicit antipredator behaviours from a nocturnal lizard. Animal Behaviour 77:1471-1478.

606. Webb, J. K., R. Pringle, and R. Shine. 2009. Intraguild predation, thermoregulation, and microhabitat selection by snakes. Behavioral Ecology 20:271-277.

607. Hagman, M., and R. Shine. 2009. Factors influencing responses to alarm pheromone by larvae of invasive cane toads (Bufo marinus). Journal of Chemical Ecology 35:265-271.

608. Kearney, M. R., W. Porter, and R. Shine. 2009. The potential for behavioral thermoregulation to buffer ‘cold-blooded’ animals against climate warming. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA) 106:3835-3840.

609. Ward-Fear, G., G. P. Brown, M. Greenlees, and R. Shine. 2009. Maladaptive traits in invasive species: in Australia, cane toads are more vulnerable to predatory ants than are native frogs. Functional Ecology 23:559-568.

610. Pringle, R., M. Syfert, J. K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2009. Quantifying historical changes in habitat availability for endangered species: vegetation structure and broad-headed snakes in Australia. Journal of Applied Ecology 46:544-553.

611. Hagman, M., and R. Shine. 2009. Species specific communication systems in invasive toads versus Australian frogs. Aquatic Conservation 19:724-728.

612. Du, W., J. K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2009. Heat, sight and scent: multiple cues influence foraging site selection by an ambush-foraging snake (Hoplocephalus bungaroides, Elapidae). Current Zoology 55:266-271.

613. Du, W., and R. Shine. 2009. Determinants of incubation period: do reptilian embryos hatch after a fixed total number of heartbeats? Journal of Experimental Biology 212:1302-1306.

614. Radder, R., D. A. Pike, A. Quinn, and R. Shine. 2009. Offspring sex in a lizard depends on egg size. Current Biology 19:1102-1105.

615. Hagman, M., and R. Shine. 2009. Larval alarm pheromones as a potential control for invasive cane toads (Bufo marinus) in tropical Australia. Chemoecology 19:211-217.

616. Quinn, A. E., R. S. Radder, A. Georges, S. D. Sarre, T. Ezaz, and R. Shine. 2009. Isolation and development of a molecular sex marker for Bassiana duperreyi, a lizard with XX/XY sex chromosomes and temperature-induced sex reversal. Molecular Genetics and Genomics 281:665-372.

617. Kelehear, C., J. K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2009. Rhabdias pseudosphaerocephala infection in Bufo marinus: lung nematodes reduce viability of metamorph cane toads. Parasitology 136:919-927.

618. Warner, D. A., and R. Shine. 2009. Maternal and environmental effects on offspring phenotypes in an oviparous lizard: do field data corroborate laboratory data? Oecologia 161:209-220.

619. Hagman, M., B. L. Phillips, and R. Shine. 2009. Fatal attraction: adaptations to prey on native frogs imperil snakes after invasion of toxic toads. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 276:2813-2818.

620. Beckmann, C., and R. Shine. 2009. Are Australia's birds at risk due to the invasive cane toad? Conservation Biology 23:1544-1549.


2010

621. Croak, B., D. A. Pike, J. K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2010. Using artificial rocks to restore non-renewable shelter sites in human degraded systems: colonization by fauna. Restoration Ecology 18:428-438.

622. Fitzgerald, M., B. Lazell, and R. Shine. 2010. Ecology and conservation of the pale-headed snake, Hoplocephalus bitorquatus. Australian Zoologist 35:283-290.

623. Llewelyn, J., J. K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2010. Flexible defense: context-dependent antipredator responses of two species of Australian elapid snakes. Herpetologica 66:1-11.

624. Penman, T. D., D. A. Pike, J. K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2010. Predicting the impact of climate change on Australia's most endangered snake, Hoplocephalus bungaroides. Diversity and Distributions 16:109-118.

625. Ujvari, B., S. Andersson, G. P. Brown, R. Shine, and T. Madsen. 2010. Climate-driven impacts on population structure in a tropical snake. Oikos 119:188-196.

626. Webb, J. K., D. A. Pike, and R. Shine. 2010. Olfactory recognition of predators by nocturnal lizards: safety outweighs thermal benefits. Behavioral Ecology 21:72-77.

627. Aubret, F., and R. Shine. 2010. Thermal plasticity in young snakes: how will climate change affect the thermoregulatory tactics of ectotherms? Journal of Experimental Biology 213:242-248.

628. Du, W., M. Elphick, and R. Shine. 2010. Thermal regimes during incubation do not affect mean selected temperatures of hatchling lizards (Bassiana duperreyi, Scincidae). Journal of Thermal Biology 35:47-51.

629. Bruning, B., B. L. Phillips, and R. Shine. 2010. Turgid female toads give males the slip: a new mechanism of female mate choice in the Anura. Biology Letters 6:322-324.

630. Crossland, M., and R. Shine. 2010. Vulnerability of an Australian anuran tadpole assemblage to the toxic eggs of the invasive cane toad (Bufo marinus). Austral Ecology 35:197-204.

631. Sumner, J., J. K. Webb, R. Shine, and J. S. Keogh. 2010. Molecular and morphological assessment of Australia's most endangered snake, Hoplocephalus bungaroides, reveals two evolutionarily significant units for conservation. Conservation Genetics 11:747-758.

632. Phillips, B. L., C. Kelehear, L. Pizzatto, G. P. Brown, D. Barton, and R. Shine. 2010. Parasites and pathogens lag behind their host during periods of host range-advance. Ecology 91:872-881.

633. Phillips, B. L., M. J. Greenlees, G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2010. Predator behaviour and morphology mediates the impact of an invasive species: cane toads and death adders in Australia. Animal Conservation 13:53-59.

634. Llewelyn, J., L. Schwarzkopf, R. Alford, and R. Shine. 2010. Something different for dinner? Responses of a native Australian predator (the keelback snake) to an invasive prey species (the cane toad). Biological Invasions 12:1045-1051.

635. Llewelyn, J., J. K. Webb, L. Schwarzkopf, R. Alford, and R. Shine. 2010. Behavioural responses of carnivorous marsupials (Planigale maculata) to toxic invasive cane toads (Bufo marinus). Austral Ecology 35:560-567.

636. Phillips, B. L., G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2010. Life-history evolution in range-shifting populations. Ecology 91:1617-1627.

637. Pike, D. A., J. K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2010. Nesting in a thermally challenging environment: nest-site selection in a rock-dwelling gecko, Oedura lesueurii (Reptilia: Gekkonidae). Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 99:250-259.

638. Saunders, G., B. Cooke, K. McColl, R. Shine, and T. Peacock. 2010. Modern approaches for the biological control of vertebrate pests: an update on Australian research. Biological Control 52:288-295.

639. Llewelyn, J., B. L. Phillips, R. A. Alford, L. Schwarzkopf, and R. Shine. 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 162:343-348.

640. Warner, D., K. Woo, D. Van Dyk, C. Evans, and R. Shine. 2010. Egg incubation temperature affects male reproductive success but not display behaviors in lizards. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 64:803-813.

641. Pike, D. A., B. M. Croak, J. K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2010. Context-dependent avoidance of predatory centipedes by nocturnal geckos (Oedura lesueurii). Behaviour 147:397-412.

642. Tingley, R., C. M. Romagosa, F. Kraus, D. Bickford, B. L. Phillips, and R. Shine. 2010. The frog filter: amphibian introduction bias driven by taxonomy, body size, and biogeography. Global Ecology and Biogeography 19:496-503.

643. Ward-Fear, G., G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2010. Using a native predator (the meat ant, Iridomyrmex reburrus) to reduce the abundance of an invasive species (the cane toad, Bufo marinus) in tropical Australia. Journal of Applied Ecology 47:273-280.

644. Ward-Fear, G., G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2010. Factors affecting the vulnerability of cane toads (Bufo marinus) to predation by ants. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 99:738-751.

645. Du, W-G., B. Zhao, and R. Shine. 2010. Embryos in the fast lane: heart rates decline after turtles hatch from the egg. PLoS One 5:e9557.

646. Wapstra, E., T. Uller, G. M. While, M. M. Olsson, and R. Shine. 2010. Giving offspring a head start in life: field and experimental evidence for selection on maternal basking behaviour in lizards. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23:651-657.

647. Phillips, B. L., G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2010. Evolutionarily accelerated invasions: the rate of dispersal evolves upwards during the range advance of cane toads. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23:2595-2601.

648. Dubey, S., and R. Shine. 2010. Plio-Pleistocene diversification and genetic population structure of an endangered lizard (the Blue Mountains water skink, Eulamprus leuraensis) in southeastern Australia. Journal of Biogeography 37:902-914.

649. Aubret, F., and R. Shine. 2010. Fitness costs may explain the post-colonisation erosion of phenotypic plasticity. Journal of Experimental Biology 213:735-739.

650. Telemeco, R., R. S. Radder, T. A. Baird, and R. Shine. 2010. Thermal effects on reptile reproduction: adaptation and phenotypic plasticity in a montane lizard. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 100:642-655.

651. Greenlees, M. J., B. L. Phillips, and R. Shine. 2010. An invasive species imposes selection on life-history traits of a native frog. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 100:329-336.

652. O'Donnell, S., J. K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2010. Conditioned taste aversion enhances the survival of an endangered predator imperiled by a toxic invader. Journal of Applied Ecology 47:558-565.

653. Brischoux, F., A. Kato, Y. Ropert-Coudert, and R. Shine. 2010. Swimming speed variation in amphibious sea snakes (Laticaudinae): a search for underlying mechanisms. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 394:116-122.

654. Dubey, S., and R. Shine. 2010. Restricted dispersal and genetic diversity in populations of an endangered montane lizard (Eulamprus leuraensis, Scincidae). Molecular Ecology 19:886-897.

655. Shine, R. 2010. The ecological impact of invasive cane toads (Bufo marinus) in Australia. Quarterly Review of Biology 85:253-291.

656. Pike, D. A., B. M. Croak, J. K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2010. Subtle - but easily reversible - anthropogenic disturbance seriously degrades habitat quality for rock-dwelling reptiles. Animal Conservation 13:411-418.

657. Dubey, S., and R. Shine. 2010. Evolutionary diversification of the lizard genus Bassiana (Scincidae) across southern Australia. PLoS One 5:e12982.

658. Price-Rees, S. J., G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2010. Predation on toxic cane toads (Bufo marinus) may imperil bluetongue lizards (Tiliqua scincoides intermedia, Scincidae) in tropical Australia. Wildlife Research 37:166-173.

659. Beckmann, C., and R. Shine. 2010. The power of myth: the (non) impact of invasive cane toads (Bufo marinus) on domestic chickens (Gallus gallus). Animal Production Science 50:847-851.

660. Du, W-G., and R. Shine. 2010. Why do the eggs of lizards (Bassiana duperreyi, Scincidae) hatch sooner if incubated at fluctuating rather than constant temperatures? Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 101:642-650.

661. Pizzatto, L., C. M. Shilton, and R Shine. 2010. Infection dynamics of the lungworm Rhabdias pseudosphaerocephala in its natural host, the cane toad Bufo marinus, and in novel hosts (Australian frogs). Journal of Wildlife Diseases 46:1152-1164.

662. Nelson, D., M. R. Crossland, and R. Shine. 2010. Indirect ecological impacts of an invasive toad on predator-prey interactions among native species. Biological Invasions 12:3363-3369.

663. Shine, R., F. Brischoux, and A. Pile. 2010. A seasnake's colour affects its susceptibility to algal fouling. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 277:2459-2464.

664. Löwenborg, K., R. Shine, S. Kärvemo, and M. Hagman. 2010. Swedish grass snakes exploit anthropogenic heat sources to overcome the distributional limits imposed by oviparity. Functional Ecology 24:1095-1102.

665. Somaweera, R., N. Somaweera, and R. Shine. 2010. Frogs under friendly fire: how accurately can the general public recognize invasive species? Biological Conservation 143:1477-1484.

666. Webb, J. K., W-G. Du, D. A. Pike, and R. Shine. 2010. Generalization of predator recognition: velvet geckos display anti-predator behaviours in response to chemicals from non-dangerous elapid snakes. Current Zoology 56:337-342.

667. Brischoux, F., L. Pizzatto, and R. Shine. 2010. The adaptive significance of vertical pupil shape in snakes. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23:1878-1885.

668. Greenlees, M., B. L. Phillips, and R. Shine. 2010. Adjusting to a toxic invader: native Australian frog learns not to prey on cane toads. Behavioral Ecology 21:966-971.

669. Dubey, S., J. S. Keogh, and R. Shine. 2010. Plio-pleistocene diversification and connectivity between mainland and Tasmanian populations of Australian snakes (Drysdalia, Elapidae, Serpentes). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 56:1119-1125.

670. Du, W-G., M. B. Thompson, and R. Shine. 2010. Facultative cardiac responses to regional hypoxia in lizard embryos. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 156:491-494.

671. Du, W-G., D. A. Warner, T. Langkilde, T. Robbins, and R. Shine. 2010. The physiological basis of geographic variation in rates of embryonic development within a widespread lizard species. American Naturalist 176:522-528.

672. Kolbe, J. J., M. Kearney, and R. Shine. 2010. Modeling the consequences of thermal trait variation for the cane toad invasion of Australia. Ecological Applications 20:2273-2285.

673. Du, W-G., H. Ye, B. Zhao, D. A. Warner, and R. Shine. 2010. Thermal acclimation of heart rates in reptilian embryos. PLoS One 5:e15308.


2011

674. Crossland, M. R., and R. Shine. 2011. Cues for cannibalism: cane toad tadpoles use chemical signals to locate and consume conspecific eggs. Oikos 120:327-332.

675. Dubey, S., and R. Shine. 2011. Geographic variation in the age of temperate-zone reptile and amphibian species: southern Hemisphere species are older. Biology Letters 7:96-97.

676. Nelson, D., M. R. Crossland, and R. Shine. 2011. Behavioural responses of native predators to an invasive toxic prey species. Austral Ecology 36:605-611.

677. Brown, G. P., B. L. Phillips, and R. Shine. 2011. The ecological impact of invasive cane toads on tropical snakes: field data do not support predictions from laboratory studies. Ecology 92:422-431.

678. Lane, A., and R. Shine. 2011. When seasnake meets seabird: ecosystem engineering, facilitation and competition. Austral Ecology 36:544-549.

679. Shine, R., and J. S. Doody. 2011. Invasive-species control: understanding conflicts between researchers and the general community. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9:400-406.
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680. Beckmann, C., and R. Shine. 2011. Toad's tongue for breakfast: exploitation of a novel prey type, the invasive cane toad, by scavenging raptors in tropical Australia. Biological Invasions 13:1447-1455.

681. Löwenborg, K., R. Shine, and M. Hagman. 2011. Fitness disadvantages to disrupted embryogenesis impose selection against suboptimal nest-site choice by female grass snakes, Natrix natrix (Colubridae). Journal of Evolutionary Biology 24:177-183.

682. Ujvari, B., R. Shine, and T. Madsen. 2011. How well do predators adjust to climate-mediated shifts in prey spatial distribution? A field study on Australian water pythons (Liasis fuscus). Ecology 92:777-783.

683. Brischoux, F., X. Bonnet, Y. Cherel, and R. Shine. 2011. Isotopic signatures, foraging habitats and trophic relationships between fish and seasnakes on the coral reefs of New Caledonia. Coral Reefs 30:155-165.

684. Llewellyn, D., G. P. Brown, M. B. Thompson, and R. Shine. 2011. Behavioral responses to immune system activation in an anuran (the cane toad, Bufo marinus): field and laboratory studies. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 84:77-86.

685. Dubey, S., and R. Shine. 2011. Predicting the effects of climate change on reproductive fitness of an endangered montane lizard, Eulamprus leuraensis (Scincidae). Climatic Change 107:531-547.

686. Aubret, F., R. J. Michniewicz, and R. Shine. 2011. Correlated geographic variation in predation risk and antipredator behaviour within a wide-ranging snake species (Notechis scutatus, Elapidae). Austral Ecology 36:446-452.

687. Brown, G. P., C. Shilton, and R. Shine. 2011. Measuring amphibian immunocompetence: validation of the phytohemagglutinin skin-swelling assay in the cane toad, Bufo marinus. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 2:341-348.

688. Kelehear, C., G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2011. Influence of lung parasites on growth rates of free-ranging and captive adult cane toads. Oecologia 165:585-592.

689. Brischoux, F., and R. Shine. 2011. Morphological adaptations to marine life in snakes. Journal of Morphology 272:566-572.

690. Tingley, R., B. L. Phillips, and R. Shine. 2011. Establishment success of introduced amphibians increases in the presence of congeneric species. American Naturalist 177:382-388.

691. Brischoux, F., X. Bonnet, and R. Shine. 2011. Conflicts between feeding and reproduction in amphibious snakes (sea kraits, Laticauda spp.). Austral Ecology 36:46-52.

692. Greenlees, M. J., and R. Shine. 2011. Impacts of eggs and tadpoles of the invasive cane toad (Bufo marinus) on aquatic predators in tropical Australia. Austral Ecology 36:53-58.

693. Dubey, S., M. Chevalley, and R. Shine. 2011. Sexual dimorphism and sexual selection in a montane scincid lizard (Eulamprus leuraensis). Austral Ecology 36:68-75.

694. Warner, D. A., and R. Shine. 2011. Interactions among thermal parameters determine offspring sex under temperature-dependent sex determination. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 278:256-265.

695. Llewelyn, J., B. L. Phillips, G. P. Brown, L. Schwarzkopf, R. A. Alford, and R. Shine. 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 25:13-24.

696. Ujvari, B., R. Shine, and T. Madsen. 2011. Detecting the impact of invasive species on native fauna: cane toads (Bufo marinus), frillneck lizards (Chlamydosaurus kingii), and the importance of spatial replication. Austral Ecology 36:126-130.

697. Pike, D. A., J. K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2011. Removing forest canopy cover restores a reptile assemblage. Ecological Applications 21:274-280.

698. Nelson, D. W. M., M. R. Crossland, and R. Shine. 2011. Foraging responses of predators to novel toxic prey: effects of predator learning and relative prey abundance. Oikos 120:152-158.

699. Price-Rees, S. J., and R. Shine. 2011. A backpack method for attaching GPS transmitters to bluetongue lizards (Tiliqua, Scincidae). Herpetological Conservation and Biology 6:155-161.

700. Shine, R., G. P. Brown, and B. L. Phillips. 2011. An evolutionary process that assembles phenotypes through space rather than time. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 108:5708-5711.

701. González-Bernal, E., G. P. Brown, E. Cabrera-Guzmán, and R. Shine. 2011. Foraging tactics of an ambush predator: the effects of substrate attributes on prey availability and predator feeding success. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 65:1367-1375.

702. Shine, R. 2011. How can we ensure that conservation policies are based on science, not emotion? Pacific Conservation Biology 17:6-10.

703. Pizzatto, L., and R. Shine. 2011. Ecological impacts of invading species: do parasites of the cane toad imperil Australian frogs? Austral Ecology 36:954-963.

704. Pizzatto, L., and R. Shine. 2011. You are what you eat: parasite transfer in cannibalistic cane toads. Herpetologica 67:118-123.

705. Lane, A., and R. Shine. 2011. Intraspecific variation in the direction and degree of sex-biased dispersal among sea-snake populations. Molecular Ecology 20:1870-1876.

706. Lane, A., and R. Shine. 2011. Phylogenetic relationships within laticaudine sea kraits (Elapidae). Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 59:567-577.

707. Amiel, J. J., R. Tingley, and R. Shine. 2011. Smart moves: effects of relative brain size on establishment success of invasive amphibians and reptiles. PLoS One 6:e18277.

708. Cabrera-Guzmán, E., M. R. Crossland, and R. Shine. 2011. Can we use the tadpoles of Australian frogs to reduce recruitment of invasive cane toads? Journal of Applied Ecology 48:462-470.

709. Crossland, M. R., M. N. Hearnden, L. Pizzatto, R. A. Alford, and R. Shine. 2011. Why be a cannibal? The benefits to cane toad (Rhinella marina) tadpoles of consuming conspecific eggs. Animal Behaviour 82:775-782.

710. Telemeco, R. S., T. A. Baird, and R. Shine. 2011. Tail waving in an Australian scincid lizard (Bassiana duperreyi) functions to deflect attacks rather than as a pursuit-deterrent signal. Animal Behaviour 82:369-375.

711. Beckmann, C., M. R. Crossland, and R. Shine. 2011. Responses of Australian wading birds to a novel toxic prey type, the invasive cane toad Rhinella marina. Biological Invasions 13:2925-2934.

712. Somaweera, R., J. K. Webb, G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2011. Hatchling Australian freshwater crocodiles rapidly learn to avoid toxic invasive cane toads. Behaviour 148:501-517.

713. Pizzatto, L., and R. Shine. 2011. The effects of experimentally infecting Australian tree frogs with lungworms (Rhabdias pseudosphaerocephala) from invasive cane toads. International Journal of Parasitology 41:943-949.

714. Ujvari, B., R. Shine, L. Luiselli, and T. Madsen. 2011. Climate-induced reaction norms for life-history traits in pythons. Ecology 92:1858-1864.

715. Huang, W-S., H. W. Greene, T-J. Chang, and R. Shine. 2011. Territorial behaviour in snakes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 108:7455-7459.

716. Pike, D. A., J. K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2011. Chainsawing for conservation: ecologically informed tree removal for habitat management. Ecological Management and Restoration 12:110-118.

717. Olsson, M., T. Schwartz, E. Wapstra, T. Uller, B. Ujvari, T. Madsen and R. Shine. 2011. Climate change, multiple paternity and offspring survival in lizards. Evolution 65:3323-3326.

718. Du, W-G., B. Zhao, Y. Chen and R. Shine. 2011. Behavioural thermoregulation by turtle embryos. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 108:9513-9515.

719. Price-Rees, S., J. K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2011. School for skinks: can conditioned taste aversion enable bluetongue lizards (Tiliqua scincoides) to avoid toxic cane toads (Rhinella marina) as prey? Ethology 117:749-757.

720. Somaweera, R., J. K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2011. It's a dog-eat-croc world: dingo predation on the nests of freshwater crocodiles in tropical Australia. Ecological Research 26:957-967.

721. Crossland, M., G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2011. The enduring toxicity of road-killed cane toads (Rhinella marina). Biological Invasions 13:2135-2145.

722. Brown, G. P., C. Kelehear, and R. Shine. 2011. Effects of seasonal aridity on the ecology and behaviour of invasive cane toads (Rhinella marina) in the Australian wet-dry tropics. Functional Ecology 25:1339-1347.

723. Shine, R., G. P. Brown, and B. L. Phillips. 2011. Reply to Lee: Spatial sorting, assortative mating, and natural selection. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 108:E348.
**Letter from Lee - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 108:E347.

724. Kelehear, C., D. M. Spratt, S. Dubey, G. P. Brown, and R. Shine. 2011. Using combined morphological, allometric and molecular approaches to identify species of the genus Raillietiella (Pentastomida). PLoS One 6:e24936.

725. Dubey, S., J. Sumner, D. A. Pike, J. S. Keogh, J. K. Webb, and R. Shine. 2011. Genetic connectivity among populations of an endangered snake species from southeastern Australia (Hoplocephalus bungaroides, Elapidae). Ecology and Evolution 1:218-227.

726. Somaweera, R., M. R. Crossland, and R. Shine. 2011. Assessing the potential impact of invasive cane toads on a commercial freshwater fishery in tropical Australia. Wildlife Research 38:380-385.

727. Kelehear, C., J. K. Webb, M. Hagman, and R. Shine. 2011. Interactions between infective helminth larvae and their anuran host. Herpetologica 67:378-385.

728. Tingley, R., and R. Shine. 2011. Desiccation risk drives the spatial ecology of an invasive anuran (Rhinella marina) in the Australian semi-desert. PLoS One 6:e25979.

729. Du, W-G., H. Ye, B. Zhao, L. Pizzatto, X. Ji, and R. Shine. 2011. Patterns of interspecific variation in the heart rates of embryonic reptiles. PLoS One 6:e29027.

730. Somaweera, R., J. K. Webb and R. Shine. 2011. Determinants of habitat selection by hatchling Australian freshwater crocodiles. PLoS One 6:e28533.

731. Webb, J. K., D. Pearson, and R. Shine. 2011. A small dasyurid predator (Sminthopsis virginiae) rapidly learns to avoid a toxic invader. Wildlife Research 38:726-731.