Oona Margareta Lonnstedt
Oona Margareta Lonnstedt
Postdoctoral Fellow, Uppsala University & Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
Verified email at my.jcu.edu.au - Homepage
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Environmentally relevant concentrations of microplastic particles influence larval fish ecology
OM Lönnstedt, P Eklöv
Science 352 (6290), 1213-1216, 2016
2112016
Putting prey and predator into the CO2 equation – qualitative and quantitative effects of ocean acidification on predator–prey interactions
MCO Ferrari, MI McCormick, PL Munday, MG Meekan, DL Dixson, ...
Ecology letters 14 (11), 1143-1148, 2011
1842011
Learn and live: predator experience and feeding history determines prey behaviour and survival
OM Lönnstedt, MI McCormick, MG Meekan, MCO Ferrari, DP Chivers
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1736), 2091-2098, 2012
1272012
Effects of ocean acidification on visual risk assessment in coral reef fishes
MCO Ferrari, MI McCormick, PL Munday, MG Meekan, DL Dixson, ...
Functional Ecology 26 (3), 553-558, 2012
1182012
High rate of prey consumption in a small predatory fish on coral reefs
WE Feeney, OM Lönnstedt, Y Bosiger, J Martin, GP Jones, RJ Rowe, ...
Coral Reefs 31 (3), 909-918, 2012
792012
Reassessing the trophic role of reef sharks as apex predators on coral reefs
AJ Frisch, M Ireland, JR Rizzari, OM Lönnstedt, KA Magnenat, ...
Coral Reefs 35 (2), 459-472, 2016
752016
Ultimate predators: lionfish have evolved to circumvent prey risk assessment abilities
OM Lönnstedt, MI McCormick
PLoS One 8 (10), e75781, 2013
472013
Chemical alarm cues inform prey of predation threat: the importance of ontogeny and concentration in a coral reef fish
OM Lönnstedt, MI McCormick
Animal Behaviour 82 (2), 213-218, 2011
412011
Predator-induced changes in the growth of eyes and false eyespots
OM Lönnstedt, MI McCormick, DP Chivers
Scientific Reports 3, 2259, 2013
392013
Lionfish predators use flared fin displays to initiate cooperative hunting
OM Lönnstedt, MCO Ferrari, DP Chivers
Biology letters 10 (6), 20140281, 2014
322014
Degrading habitats and the effect of topographic complexity on risk assessment
MI McCormick, OM Lönnstedt
Ecology and evolution 3 (12), 4221-4229, 2013
322013
Habitat degradation is threatening reef replenishment by making fish fearless
OM Lönnstedt, MI McCormick, DP Chivers, MCO Ferrari
Journal of Animal Ecology 83 (5), 1178-1185, 2014
292014
Ocean acidification and responses to predators: can sensory redundancy reduce the apparent impacts of elevated CO2 on fish?
OM Lönnstedt, PL Munday, MI McCormick, MCO Ferrari, DP Chivers
Ecology and evolution 3 (10), 3565-3575, 2013
292013
Learning temporal patterns of risk in a predator-diverse environment
YJ Bosiger, OM Lonnstedt, MI McCormick, MCO Ferrari
PLoS One 7 (4), e34535, 2012
272012
Growth history and intrinsic factors influence risk assessment at a critical life transition for a fish
OM Lönnstedt, MI McCormick
Coral Reefs 30 (3), 805-812, 2011
262011
Degraded environments alter prey risk assessment
OM Lönnstedt, MI McCormick, DP Chivers
Ecology and Evolution 3 (1), 38-47, 2013
242013
Well-informed foraging: damage-released chemical cues of injured prey signal quality and size to predators
OM Lonnstedt, MI McCormick, DP Chivers
Oecologia 168 (3), 651-658, 2012
222012
Disrupted learning: habitat degradation impairs crucial antipredator responses in naive prey
MI McCormick, OM Lönnstedt
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1830), 20160441, 2016
182016
What is the impact on fish recruitment of anthropogenic physical and structural habitat change in shallow nearshore areas in temperate systems? A systematic review protocol
B Macura, OM Lönnstedt, P Byström, L Airoldi, BK Eriksson, L Rudstam, ...
Environmental Evidence 5 (1), 10, 2016
132016
Damsel in distress: captured damselfish prey emit chemical cues that attract secondary predators and improve escape chances
OM Lönnstedt, MI McCormick
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1818), 20152038, 2015
122015
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