Genevieve A.C. Phillips
Genevieve A.C. Phillips
Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania
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Phenotypic plasticity confers multiple fitness benefits to a mimic
F Cortesi, WE Feeney, MCO Ferrari, PA Waldie, GAC Phillips, ...
Current Biology 25 (7), 949-954, 2015
Multiple genetic mechanisms contribute to visual sensitivity variation in the Labridae
GAC Phillips, KL Carleton, NJ Marshall
Molecular biology and evolution 33 (1), 201-215, 2016
Disruptive colouration in reef fish: does matching the background reduce predation risk?
GAC Phillips, MJ How, JE Lange, NJ Marshall, KL Cheney
Journal of Experimental Biology 220 (11), 1962-1974, 2017
Assessing the multiple benefits of partially protected marine protected areas in Australia: A systematic review protocol
GAC Phillips, N Krueck, E Ogier, N Barrett, I Dutton, K Hartmann
Plos one 18 (4), e0284711, 2023
Counting stars: contribution of early career scientists to marine and fisheries sciences
S Smoliński, D Ottmann, O Outinen, A Schadeberg, V Melli, L Funk, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 79 (9), 2351-2361, 2022
Hide and seek on a coral reef: how to avoid being found and eaten
G Phillips, K Cheney, JN Marshall
Frontiers in Physiology, Conference Abstract: International Conference on …, 2013
Science to support Australia’s Southern Ocean Fisheries 2018-2020
D Maschette, T Lamb, S Wotherspoon, J Cleeland, G Phillips, G Nowara, ...
University of Tasmania, 2022
Visual ecology of predator-prey relationships on the coral reef
GAC Phillips
The University of Queensland, 2016
The D'Entrecasteaux Channel and North West Bay
G Phillips
University Of Tasmania, 2000
Exploring the relative importance of luminosity and spatial frequency to a coral reef fish observer, Rhinecanthus aculeatus
GAC Phillips, KL Cheney, NJ Marshall
The humble humbug: a master of disguise
GAC Phillips, KL Cheney, JE Lange, YL Gagnon, MJ How, NJ Marshall
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