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Naďveté in novel ecological interactions: lessons from theory and experimental evidence
AJR Carthey, PB Banks
Biological Reviews 89 (4), 932-949, 2014
1442014
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
1172013
Open Science principles for accelerating trait-based science across the Tree of Life
RV Gallagher, DS Falster, BS Maitner, R Salguero-Gómez, V Vandvik, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 4 (3), 294-303, 2020
106*2020
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
1022013
Predicting Predator Recognition in a Changing World
AJR Carthey, DT Blumstein
Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 2018
862018
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
852012
Naiveté 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
462016
The Extended Genotype: Microbially Mediated Olfactory Communication
AJR Carthey, MR Gillings, DT Blumstein
Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 2018
442018
Conserving the holobiont
AJR Carthey, DT Blumstein, RV Gallagher, SG Tetu, MR Gillings
Functional Ecology 34 (4), 764-776, 2020
362020
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
362015
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
342011
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
282016
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
282014
Identifying threshold responses of Australian dryland rivers to future hydroclimatic change
ZT Larkin, TJ Ralph, S Tooth, KA Fryirs, AJR Carthey
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 1-15, 2020
272020
Competitive naďveté between a highly successful invader and a functionally similar native species
SJ Heavener, AJR Carthey, PB Banks
Oecologia 175 (1), 73-84, 2014
272014
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
232017
Foraging in groups affects giving-up densities: solo foragers quit sooner
AJR Carthey, PB Banks
Oecologia 178 (3), 707-713, 2015
202015
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
182018
Naďve, 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
162018
Does historical coexistence with dingoes explain current avoidance of domestic dogs? Island bandicoots are naďve to dogs, unlike their mainland counterparts
ASK Frank, AJR Carthey, PB Banks
PloS one 11 (9), e0161447, 2016
162016
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