Philip W. Bateman
Philip W. Bateman
Associate Professor Curtin University W. Australia
Verified email at curtin.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Big city life: carnivores in urban environments
PW Bateman, PA Fleming
Journal of Zoology 287 (1), 1-23, 2012
3002012
To cut a long tail short: a review of lizard caudal autotomy studies carried out over the last 20 years
PW Bateman, PA Fleming
Journal of Zoology 277 (1), 1-14, 2009
2422009
Leave it all behind: a taxonomic perspective of autotomy in invertebrates
PA Fleming, D Muller, PW Bateman
Biological Reviews 82 (3), 481-510, 2007
1552007
Male size and sequential mate preference in the cricket Gryllus bimaculatus
PW Bateman, LN Gilson, JWH Ferguson
Animal Behaviour 61 (3), 631-637, 2001
1372001
Evolution and maintenance of social status-signaling badges
MJ Whiting, KA Nagy, PW Bateman
Lizard social behavior, 47-81, 2003
1282003
Experimental alteration of litter sex ratios in a mammal
EZ Cameron, PR Lemons, PW Bateman, NC Bennett
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1632), 323-327, 2007
1182007
What drives human–carnivore conflict in the North West Province of South Africa?
M Thorn, M Green, F Dalerum, PW Bateman, DM Scott
Biological Conservation 150 (1), 23-32, 2012
822012
Estimating brown hyaena occupancy using baited camera traps
M Thorn, DM Scott, M Green, PW Bateman, EZ Cameron
African Journal of Wildlife Research 39 (1), 1-11, 2009
702009
Mate preference for novel partners in the cricket Gryllus bimaculatus
PW Bateman
Ecological entomology 23 (4), 473-475, 1998
581998
Direct and indirect costs of limb autotomy in field crickets, Gryllus bimaculatus
PW Bateman, PA Fleming
Animal behaviour 69 (1), 151-159, 2005
442005
Males are selective too: mating, but not courtship, with sequential females influences choosiness in male field crickets (Gryllus bimaculatus)
PW Bateman, PA Fleming
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 59 (4), 577-581, 2006
432006
Brown hyaenas on roads: estimating carnivore occupancy and abundance using spatially auto-correlated sign survey replicates
M Thorn, M Green, PW Bateman, S Waite, DM Scott
Biological Conservation 144 (6), 1799-1807, 2011
422011
Who are you looking at? Hadeda ibises use direction of gaze, head orientation and approach speed in their risk assessment of a potential predator
PW Bateman, PA Fleming
Journal of Zoology 285 (4), 316-323, 2011
392011
Courtship and copulation, but not ejaculates, reduce the longevity of female field crickets (Gryllus bimaculatus)
PW Bateman, JWH Ferguson, CA Yetman
Journal of Zoology 268 (4), 341-346, 2006
392006
Mate Guarding in the Cricket Gryllodes sigillatus: Influence of Multiple Potential Partners
PW Bateman, DN MacFadyen
Ethology 105 (11), 949-957, 1999
391999
Male preference for large females in the lizard Platysaurus broadleyi
MJ Whiting, PW Bateman
Journal of Herpetology 33 (2), 309-312, 1999
381999
Body temperature daily rhythm adaptations in African savanna elephants (Loxodonta africana)
AA Kinahan, R Inge-Moller, PW Bateman, A Kotze, M Scantlebury
Physiology & behavior 92 (4), 560-565, 2007
372007
Quantity versus quality: how does level of predation threat affect Cape ground squirrel vigilance?
CE Unck, JM Waterman, L Verburgt, PW Bateman
Animal Behaviour 78 (3), 625-632, 2009
352009
Male mate choice in the Botswana armoured ground cricket Acanthoplus discoidalis (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae; Hetrodinae). Can, and how, do males judge female …
PW Bateman, JWH Ferguson
Journal of Zoology 262 (3), 305-309, 2004
352004
Size matters: genital allometry in an African mole-rat (Family: Bathyergidae)
AA Kinahan, NC Bennett, MJ O’Riain, L Hart, PW Bateman
Evolutionary Ecology 21 (2), 201-213, 2007
332007
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