Melissa Griffin
Melissa Griffin
PhD Candidate, Deakin University
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Exploring the concept of niche convergence in a land without rodents: the case of weta as small mammals
MJ Griffin, SA Trewick, PM Wehi, M Morgan-Richards
New Zealand Journal of Ecology, 302-307, 2011
Is the tree weta Hemideina crassidens an obligate herbivore?
MJ Griffin, M Morgan-Richards, SA Trewick
New Zealand Natural Sciences, 2011
Insect harem polygyny: when is a harem not a harem?
MJ Griffin, GI Holwell, MRE Symonds
Behavioral ecology and sociobiology 73, 1-11, 2019
Sex ratio and female allocation to harems in a polygynous bark beetle
MJ Griffin, GI Holwell, MRE Symonds
Austral Entomology 59 (1), 149-155, 2020
From quiet-night-in to party animal: Sex ratio and density affect male/female aggregations in a ‘harem’polygynous insect
MJ Griffin, GI Holwell, MRE Symonds
Animal Behaviour 170, 111-118, 2020
Environment and local substrate availability effects on harem formation in a polygynous bark beetle
MJ Griffin, MRE Symonds
Insects 12 (2), 98, 2021
Viability and fertility of hybrid New Zealand tree wētā Hemideina spp.(Orthoptera: Anostostomatidae)
NE Mckean, SA Trewick, MJ Griffin, EJ Dowle, M Morgan-Richards
Journal of Orthoptera Research 27 (2), 97-106, 2018
Environment and Local Substrate Availability Effects on Harem Formation in a Polygynous Bark Beetle. Insects 2021, 12, 98
MJ Griffin, MRE Symonds
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Environmental determinants of mating aggregations in" harem" polygynous insects
M Griffin
Deakin University, 2020
The evolution of harem polygyny in insects.
M Griffin, G Holwell, M Symonds
Victorian Entomologist 49 (2), 2019
Wellington tree weta (Hemideina crassidens) diet and the effect of some of their dietary choices: a thesis presented in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of …
MJ Griffin
Massey University, 2011
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