Alexandra J. R. Carthey
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Na´vetÚ in novel ecological interactions: lessons from theory and experimental evidence
AJR Carthey, PB Banks
Biological Reviews 89 (4), 932-949, 2014
A practical guide to avoid giving up on giving-up densities
MA Bedoya-Perez, AJR Carthey, VSA Mella, C McArthur, PB Banks
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67 (10), 1541-1553, 2013
Risk vs. reward: how predators and prey respond to aging olfactory cues
JP Bytheway, AJR Carthey, PB Banks
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 67 (5), 715-725, 2013
When does an alien become a native species? A vulnerable native mammal recognizes and responds to its long-term alien predator
AJR Carthey, PB Banks
PLoS One 7 (2), e31804, 2012
Predicting Predator Recognition in a Changing World
AJR Carthey, DT Blumstein
Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 2018
Open Science principles for accelerating trait-based science across the Tree of Life
RV Gallagher, DS Falster, BS Maitner, R Salguero-Gˇmez, V Vandvik, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 4 (3), 294-303, 2020
NaivetÚ is not forever: responses of a vulnerable native rodent to its long term alien predators
AJR Carthey, PB Banks
Oikos 125 (7), 918–926, 2016
The influence of predators and prey naivety on reintroduction success: current and future directions
K Moseby, A Carthey, T Schroeder
Advances in reintroduction biology of Australian and New Zealand fauna, 29-42, 2015
The Extended Genotype: Microbially Mediated Olfactory Communication
AJR Carthey, MR Gillings, DT Blumstein
Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 2018
Negotiating a noisy, information‐rich environment in search of cryptic prey: olfactory predators need patchiness in prey cues
AJR Carthey, JP Bytheway, PB Banks
Journal of Animal Ecology 80 (4), 742-752, 2011
Olfaction and predator-prey interactions amongst mammals in Australia
PB Banks, JP Bytheway, AJR Carthey, NK Hughes, CJ Price
Carnivores of Australia: Past, Present and Future, 389, 2014
How seed traits predict floating times: a biophysical process model for hydrochorous seed transport behaviour in fluvial systems
AJR Carthey, KA Fryirs, TJ Ralph, H Bu, MR Leishman
Freshwater Biology 61 (1), 19-31, 2016
Competitive na´vetÚ between a highly successful invader and a functionally similar native species
SJ Heavener, AJR Carthey, PB Banks
Oecologia 175 (1), 73-84, 2014
Novel predators emit novel cues: a mechanism for prey naivety towards alien predators
AJR Carthey, K Wierucka, MP Bucknall, PB Banks
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 16377, 2017
Conserving the holobiont
AJR Carthey, DT Blumstein, RV Gallagher, SG Tetu, MR Gillings
Functional Ecology 34 (4), 764-776, 2020
Foraging in groups affects giving-up densities: solo foragers quit sooner
AJR Carthey, PB Banks
Oecologia 178 (3), 707-713, 2015
Na´ve, bold, or just hungry? An invasive exotic prey species recognises but does not respond to its predators
AJR Carthey, PB Banks
Biological Invasions, 1-13, 2018
Australian native mammals recognize and respond to alien predators: a meta-analysis
PB Banks, AJR Carthey, JP Bytheway
Proc. R. Soc. B 285 (1885), 20180857, 2018
Does historical coexistence with dingoes explain current avoidance of domestic dogs? Island bandicoots are na´ve to dogs, unlike their mainland counterparts
ASK Frank, AJR Carthey, PB Banks
PloS one 11 (9), e0161447, 2016
No longer na´ve? Generalized responses of rabbits to marsupial predators in Australia
FS Tortosa, IC Barrio, AJR Carthey, PB Banks
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 69 (10), 1649-1655, 2015
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