Amanda Hay
Amanda Hay
Collection Manager, Ichthyology, Australian Museum
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Coral‐reef sounds enable nocturnal navigation by some reef‐fish larvae in some places and at some times
JM Leis, BM Carson‐Ewart, AC Hay, DH Cato
Journal of Fish Biology 63 (3), 724-737, 2003
Swimming ontogeny of larvae of four temperate marine fishes
DL Clark, JM Leis, AC Hay, T Trnski
Marine Ecology Progress Series 292, 287-300, 2005
In situ ontogeny of behaviour in pelagic larvae of three temperate, marine, demersal fishes
JM Leis, AC Hay, T Trnski
Marine Biology 148 (3), 655-669, 2006
Ontogeny of swimming speed in larvae of pelagic-spawning, tropical, marine fishes
JM Leis, AC Hay, MM Lockett, JP Chen, LS Fang
Marine Ecology Progress Series 349, 255-267, 2007
Ontogeny of in situ behaviours relevant to dispersal and population connectivity in larvae of coral-reef fishes
JM Leis, AC Hay, GJ Howarth
Marine Ecology Progress Series 379, 163-179, 2009
Behavioral ontogeny in larvae and early juveniles of the giant trevally (Caranx ignobilis)(Pisces: Carangidae)
JM Leis, AC Hay, DL Clark, I Chen, KT Shao
Fishery Bulletin 104 (3), 401-414, 2006
Ontogeny of behaviour relevant to dispersal and connectivity in the larvae of two non-reef demersal, tropical fish species
JM Leis, RF Piola, AC Hay, C Wen, KP Kan
Marine and Freshwater Research 60 (3), 211-223, 2009
Swimming ability and its rapid decrease at settlement in wrasse larvae (Teleostei: Labridae)
JM Leis, AC Hay, MR Gaither
Marine Biology 158 (6), 1239-1246, 2011
Larval development of estuary perch (Macquaria colonorum) and Australian bass (M. novemaculeata)(Perciformes: Percichthyidae), and comments on their life history
T Trnski, AC Hay, DS Fielder
Fishery Bulletin 103 (1), 183-194, 2005
In situ orientation of fish larvae can vary among regions
JM Leis, UE Siebeck, AC Hay, CB Paris, O Chateau, L Wantiez
Marine Ecology Progress Series 537, 191-203, 2015
Effect of paired encounters on plasma androgens and behaviour in males and females of the spiny damselfish Acanthochromis polyacanthus
AC Hay, NW Pankhurst
Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 38 (2), 127-138, 2005
Larval development of Achoerodus viridis (Pisces: Labridae), the Australian eastern blue groper
JM Leis, AC Hay
Ichthyological Research 51 (1), 46-51, 2004
A coral-reef fish with large, fast, conspicuous larvae and small, cryptic adults (Teleostei: Apogonidae)
JM Leis, O Meyer, AC Hay, MR Gaither
Copeia 103 (1), 78-86, 2015
Pelagic to demersal transition in a coral‐reef fish, the orbicular batfish Platax orbicularis
JM Leis, AC Hay, P Sasal, AS Hicks, R Galzin
Journal of fish biology 83 (3), 466-479, 2013
The pelagic larva of the Midnight Snapper, Macolor macularis (Teleostei: Lutjanidae)
AC Hay, JM Leis
Records of the Australian Museum 63 (1), 85-88, 2011
The why and how of determining length‐weight relationships of fish from preserved museum specimens
A Hay, W Xian, N Bailly, C Liang, D Pauly
Journal of Applied Ichthyology 36 (3), 373-379, 2020
Australian Museum surveys of the vertebrate fauna of Coolah Tops National Park
MDB Eldridge, S Ingleby, AG King, SV Mahony, HE Parnaby, CA Beatson, ...
NSW. Technical Reports of the Australian Museum Online 30, 1-26, 2020
Larval development of the rare Australian aploactinid fish Matsubarichthys inusitatus (Pisces: Scorpaeniformes)
JM Leis, AC Hay, AG Miskiewicz
ZOOLOGICAL STUDIES-TAIPEI- 43 (3), 580-588, 2004
The Australian Museum Lord Howe Island Expedition 2017—Freshwater Fishes
SE Reader, AC Hay, MA McGrouther
Technical Reports of the Australian Museum, 69-76, 2018
DNA barcoding of coral reef fishes
D Steinke, B Ward, P Last, P Hebert, J Johnson, G Moore, A Hay, ...
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