Richard Shine
Richard Shine
Professor of Biology, Macquarie University
Verified email at mq.edu.au - Homepage
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Ecological causes for the evolution of sexual dimorphism: a review of the evidence
R Shine
The Quarterly Review of Biology 64 (4), 419-461, 1989
13941989
The potential for behavioral thermoregulation to buffer “cold-blooded” animals against climate warming
M Kearney, R Shine, WP Porter
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (10), 3835-3840, 2009
8032009
“Costs” of reproduction in reptiles
R Shine
Oecologia 46 (1), 92-100, 1980
7551980
Invasion and the evolution of speed in toads
BL Phillips, GP Brown, JK Webb, R Shine
Nature 439 (7078), 803-803, 2006
7462006
Sexual selection and sexual dimorphism in the Amphibia
R Shine
Copeia, 297-306, 1979
6941979
The conservation status of the world’s reptiles
M Böhm, B Collen, JEM Baillie, P Bowles, J Chanson, N Cox, ...
Biological Conservation 157, 372-385, 2013
6412013
H. Wittzell. 1999. Restoration of an inbred adder population
T Madsen, R Shine, M Olsson
Nature 402, 34-35, 0
556*
Restoration of an inbred adder population
T Madsen, R Shine, M Olsson, H Wittzell
Nature 402 (6757), 34-35, 1999
5491999
Sexual size dimorphism in snakes revisited
R Shine
Copeia, 326-346, 1994
5301994
The Ecological Impact of Invasive Cane Toads (Bufo Marinus) in Australia
R Shine
The Quarterly review of biology 85 (3), 253-291, 2010
4852010
Sexual size dimorphism and sexual selection in turtles (Order Testudines)
JF Berry, R Shine
Oecologia 44 (2), 185-191, 1980
4831980
The evolution of viviparity in reptiles: an ecological analysis
R Shine
Biology of the Reptilia 15 (8), 605-694, 1985
4541985
The dangers of leaving home: dispersal and mortality in snakes
X Bonnet, G Naulleau, R Shine
Biological conservation 89 (1), 39-50, 1999
4221999
Why do female adders copulate so frequently?
T Madsen, R Shine, J Loman, T Hċkansson
Nature 355 (6359), 440-441, 1992
4191992
Australian snakes: a natural history
R Shine
Cornell University Press, 1995
410*1995
An evolutionary process that assembles phenotypes through space rather than through time
R Shine, GP Brown, BL Phillips
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (14), 5708-5711, 2011
3722011
The evolution of large body size in females: a critique of Darwin's" fecundity advantage" model
R Shine
The American Naturalist 131 (1), 124-131, 1988
3721988
Life-history evolution in reptiles
R Shine
Annu. Rev. Ecol. Evol. Syst. 36, 23-46, 2005
3662005
Sexual size dimorphism and male combat in snakes
R Shine
Oecologia 33 (3), 269-277, 1978
3661978
Capital versus income breeding: an ectothermic perspective
X Bonnet, D Bradshaw, R Shine
Oikos, 333-342, 1998
3571998
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