Rebecca Wheatley
Rebecca Wheatley
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Tasmania
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How fast should an animal run when escaping? An optimality model based on the trade-off between speed and accuracy
R Wheatley, MJ Angilletta, AC Niehaus, RS Wilson
Integrative and comparative biology 55 (6), 1166-1175, 2015
Ecological context and the probability of mistakes underlie speed choice
R Wheatley, AC Niehaus, DO Fisher, RS Wilson
Functional Ecology 32, 990-1000, 2018
Moving in complex environments: a biomechanical analysis of locomotion on inclined and narrow substrates
CJ Clemente, TJM Dick, R Wheatley, J Gaschk, AFAA Nasir, SF Cameron, ...
Journal of experimental biology 222 (6), 2019
Sex-specific thermal sensitivities of performance and activity in the asian house gecko, Hemidactylus frenatus
SF Cameron, R Wheatley, RS Wilson
Journal of Comparative Physiology B 188 (4), 635-647, 2018
Surface friction alters the agility of a small Australian marsupial
R Wheatley, CJ Clemente, AC Niehaus, DO Fisher, RS Wilson
Journal of Experimental Biology 221, jeb. 172544, 2018
Initial offspring size mediates trade-off between fecundity and longevity in the field
H Kesselring, R Wheatley, DJ Marshall
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 465, 129-136, 2012
Modelling escape success in terrestrial predator-prey interactions
RS Wilson, TP Pavlic, R Wheatley, AC Niehaus, O Levy
Integrative and Comparative Biology, 2020
Habitat features and performance interact to determine the outcomes of terrestrial predator‐prey pursuits
R Wheatley, TP Pavlic, O Levy, RS Wilson
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (12), 2958-2971, 2020
Greater agility increases probability of survival in the endangered northern quoll
M Rew-Duffy, SF Cameron, NJ Freeman, R Wheatley, JM Latimer, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 223 (15), 2020
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